United Nations: “We’re Taking Food From The Hungry and Giving It To The Starving”

by | May 26, 2022 | Headline News | 14 comments

David Beasley, the executive director of the United Nations’ World Food Program said that because of the food crisis globally, “we’re taking food from the hungry to give to the starving.”  While peaking at the recent World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland, Beasley added that the Ukraine conflict was devastating to the food supply.

Things we getting bad with regards to the food supply before the Ukraine conflict happened but that situation has since escalated to become the “worst humanitarian crisis since World War II.” Beasley said according to a report by Natural News. 

“Just when you think the world food crisis couldn’t get any worse well over a year ago, you had Ethiopia and Afghanistan, and then the breadbasket of the world [Ukraine] – just got the longest breadlines of the world – and so now because of this crisis, we’re taking food from the hungry to give to the starving,” Beasley told the audience. “What happens when you take a nation [Ukraine] that normally feeds 400 million people and sideline that … it’s devastating to global food security.”

In Sri Lanka, protests have already erupted over food and fuel shortages, which threaten to bankrupt the country. A similar breakdown of the social and economic order is also being seen in Indonesia, Peru, and Pakistan, which Beasley says is “only a sign of things to come.”

“(There are) 49 million people in 43 countries … and those are the countries that we need to be extremely concerned about because that will result in famine, destabilization, and mass migration – if we don’t get ahead of this,” Beasley warned.

Other elitists who control the ruling classes of this planet have warned we are going to see food shortages worsen further in the coming months. Just last month, the Rockefeller Foundation, another globalist good ol’ boys club similar to the WEF, warned that a global food calamity of biblical proportions will arrive no later than six months. Based on when that statement was made, the world has 5 months to prepare for apocalyptic food shortages. If these elitists are correct, by the end of October, it’ll be tough if not impossible to buy food.

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    14 Comments

    1. JRS

      I saw where India, the world’s largest sugar exporter, has cut its sugar exports way back.

      What will the west do now? They can’t drink the Koolaid without sugar.

      • Spider25

        One thing is for sure, after the clot shot runs it’s course there is going to be a lot less commie leftists that is for sure!

    2. cougar

      food shortages increasing ? there is already inflation in foods from all the govt money on one side. add food shortages to the other side. you think you are paying a lot on your weekly grocery run now, you haven’t seen anything yet. your weekly bill could double or triple by december, if not earlier.

    3. Anonymous

      Just be prepared for 10 or 20 millions of the most primitive third world migrants to come here in search of food and easy living.

      Get ready to share what you have with them, probably at the behest of our all powerful and benevolent government.

    4. Frank Thoughts

      Ah, food – you can’t live without it. I will tell you a little thing about food. There is plenty of it. So why do people starve? People starve because of dependency and malfunctioning or non-existent markets.

      1) Dependency: As Mr Beasley says, Ukraine is feeding 400 million people. How about those 400 million mostly black butts hustle a little more and grow their own food? Besides Ukraine, the US is also feeding the rest of the planet. This dependency has gone on for decades, and only got worse when African countries decolonised and tried to run their own affairs. But with all the free food coming from the West and the Soviet Union, there was plenty of time to shake that booty and poop out millions of kiddies. Now, they are desperately dependent on food imports and they have chained themselves to a fast growing population that will riot when they get a little hungry.

      2) Food supply: There is more than enough food in the world but because it is often easier to take a big bag of free corn from America (“Gift of the American People!”), there is little incentive for local farmers to up their game. So most listlessly meander around their tiny plots of land and produce wonky food that can’t compete with American rice, corn, or Russian wheat. In many places those farmers are still getting their heads around clean water, or what a tractor looks like. In short, they don’t stand a chance against big American farms.

      Just like BLM, they will burn down their neighborhoods and cities until the next plane parachute drops bags of wheat with Mr Beasley’s smiling face on them.

    5. Anonymous

      Just carve out a hole in the dirt & drop a seed in it. What’s so hard about that?

      • Gardener

        Have you tried it? You need a lot of water and fertilizer and a way to keep animals and pests away. It costs more to grow your own than to buy it.

    6. Spider25

      Beasley is a WEF globalist Shill!

    7. Gardener

      Have you tried it? You need a lot of water and fertilizer and a way to keep animals and pests away. It costs more to grow your own than to buy it.

    8. JayJay

      There was no problem getting a shot to kill to every country in all parts of the world…try the same method used for food!!!

    9. JayJay

      I have tomato plants and cuc plants thriving on the porch in pots–stored in fridge bought in 2014.
      I just tried this to see if my yard and surrounding area still has fungus.
      So far, good looking plants since feb 25.

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