UN Says Social Unrest is Coming as a Consequence of “War-Fueled” Food Inflation

by | May 20, 2022 | Headline News | 7 comments

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    This article was originally published by Ethan Huff at Natural News. 

    David Beasley, the current head of the United Nations World Food Programme, is warning that a perfect storm of global economic collapse is rapidly forming.

    Extreme weather, war, the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), and financial failure are all simultaneously setting the stage for a “war-fueled” crisis of biblical proportions.

    “If people can’t feed their children and their families, then the politics unsettles,” Beasley told CNN during a recent conference. (Related: India, the world’s second-largest wheat exporter, just cut off all wheat exports.)

    The UN itself is now having to ration its food supplies due to high prices and supply disruptions. This is causing millions of people who rely on this sustenance to suffer.

    “If we’re not there with a safety net program, then the political extremists or whatever the case may be, will exploit that,” Beasley said, noting that many hungry children are suffering.

    “Next thing you know, you’ve got riots, famine, destabilization, and then mass migration by necessity.”

    The biggest problem this year, according to Beasley, is food prices. Next year, it will morph into a food availability problem as supplies run dry due to various factors.

    “In 2023, you’re going to have a food shortage problem,” Beasley says.

    2022 will see the worst humanitarian crisis since WWII (and it’ll probably be much worse)

    The entire world is feeling the pain of all this, but poorer countries are feeling it the worst. Beasley says that many African countries are already in a state of social unrest due to a lack of food or food becoming too expensive for families to afford.

    “In the United States, some people might buy less Netflix, but you have enough money to buy the food you need,” he says. “It’s going to be tough on people, but nothing compared to Chad, Mali, and Ethiopia.”

    Americans on fixed incomes and others on the poorer end of the economic spectrum are also facing tough times at the grocery store as well as at the gas pump. If things are already this bad here, imagine how they are elsewhere?

    “You can imagine what the heck is happening in places like Chad, Malawi, and DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo),” Beasley says.

    The war in Syria and the Arab Spring uprising in 2011 were both preceded by food inflation and supply issues. However, conditions now are already much, much worse with no end in sight.

    Back in January, the UN warned that 2022 would face a humanitarian crisis not seen since World War II. It is already shaping up to be much worse than that, possibly resulting in World War III.

    The UN said this before Russia invaded Ukraine, by the way, which makes the situation even more precarious.

    Global trade is currently in the process of shutting down, it would seem. And with Ukraine being the “breadbasket” of Europe, the food crisis is absolutely going to get worse as the year progresses.

    Under normal circumstances, Ukraine grows enough food to feed about 400 million people. With exports now cut off, many will starve.

    “That’s pretty much going to be out of the equation for many, many months,” Beasley says about Ukraine’s now-shuttered food exports.

    Critical Black Sea ports are also now offline because of the conflict, which is physically preventing goods from traveling to where they need to be.

    “It’s going to be so much worse than you think,” Beasley stated ominously during his speech.

    Billionaires could help the situation if they were not so greedy, Beasley added.

    “I just need two days of your net worth increase,” he says to the upper crust. “Is that too much to ask?”


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      1. Anyone notice that whenever and wherever the UN exerts control death and destruction follow?

        Africa is the best example of this, but the whole world will soon evidence it as well.

        Prepare accordingly.

      2. the 666 covid cult and their appointed warlord in cheif should be proud.

        they better keep hiding behind their mask.

      3. I’m all for globalist gubermint elimination 2022 drill! Who wants to run the prog?

      4. Ukraine is just being used as an excuse. Their grain exports are not cut off. They usually export about 26 million tons of wheat each year. Last year they exceeded that by 2 million tons. This year’s wheat and sunflowers are not even ready yet. You can use Ukraine as a reason next year if the war causes a shortage of exports, but not this year.

        The US (yes, the US, because no one makes a move in Ukraine without US approval) is now stealing the stored wheat that is Ukraine’s reserves and shipping it out via Poland and Moldova. They are taking it under the guise of Lend-Lease payments.

        If this year’s harvest is bad, the US will have caused a modern day holodomor by taking all the reserves…but the DC bureaucrats are in the business of strip-mining any country they can. I suppose I should be glad they are pirates and plunderers if it benefits the people, but it doesn’t. They pocket the booty.

      5. Gas, grass, or @ss, nobody eats for free…

      6. I wanna be the first on my block to start a collection of blue helmets!

      7. I do recall about a year ago BLM ✊? leaders saying all the destruction to the economy and supply chain by their riots was all worth it. I guess starving a few million black lives will be a small price to pay ? to get ‘Justice’.

        If food mattered that much to black people they would do two things:

        1) join up to fight in Ukraine ??
        2) learn how to grow food

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