People are not starving – they are being starved!

Millions of people are facing catastrophic famine and that number is increasing every day. The latest Corona plandemic just exaggerated the already alarming famine rate in the world by breaking the food supply chains in the international transport and causing a dangerous decline in the world economy.

The Earth’s climate is getting colder and crops are failing around the world as a result of colder and more extreme weather conditions. The PTB-sponsored “science” is still trumpeting the global warming pseudoscience, in a hope that if they repeat it long enough it will eventually become a truth.

Instead of spending money and resources to help humanity survive the possible global famine, the sick minds of the PTB decided to create a fake pandemic. By exaggerating the danger of the Coronavirus and spreading the fear and propaganda they gained more control over the global population.

They’ve created a perfect alibi for them. The main culprit now is the Corona fake pandemic and they are doing their best to” save us” by shutting down the economy and inject people with dangerous and experimental vaccines. Great way to fight famine.

How long will they be able to keep this illusion alive and keep people obedient and in fear?

Now, world leaders are being urged to act immediately to stop multiple famines breaking out, exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic and caused by conflict, climate crisis and inequality.

In an open letter published on Tuesday to support the UN Call for Action to Avert Famine in 2021, hundreds of aid organisations from around the world said: People are not starving – they are being starved.

Warning that history will judge us all by the actions we take today,” the aid groups added that people were being starved by conflict and violence; by inequality; by the impacts of climate change; by the loss of land, jobs or prospects; by a fight against Covid-19 that has left them even further behind.

They said millions of people in Yemen, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Honduras, Venezuela, Nigeria, Haiti, Central African Republic, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Sudan faced starvation and appealed to governments to respond to increasing levels of hunger, stressing that billions of pounds in investment was urgently needed.

In the letter, the organisations including the International Council of Voluntary Agencies and the World Food Programme (WFP) said:

Girls and boys, men and women, are being starved by conflict and violence; by inequality; by the impacts of climate change; by the loss of land, jobs of prospects; by a fight against Covid-19 that has left them even further behind.

At the beginning of the year, the WFP and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization warned that up to 270 million people did not have enough food or were at high risk of going hungry.

More than 34 million people were on the brink of starving, they said, and may fall into famine without immediate action. Meanwhile, in Yemen, South Sudan and Burkina Faso, 155,000 people are already living in areas with famine or famine-likely conditions.

At least $5.5bn (£3.95bn) is needed in food and agricultural assistance to avert famine, while millions more is needed to provide healthcare, clean water and other essential services.

The groups warned, however, that funding had dwindled and would not be enough by itself. Governments should step in to end conflicts and ensure humanitarian access, they said.

The situation requires urgent action, at a scale we are simply not seeing,” the groups said in a separate letter. “If no action is taken, lives will be lost. The responsibility to address this lies with states.

The letter comes a year after David Beasley, director of the WFP, warned that the world was facing famine “of biblical proportions” because of the coronavirus pandemic.

We are not talking about people going to bed hungry… We are talking about extreme conditions, emergency status – people literally marching to the brink of starvation. If we don’t get food to people, people will die.

They can control everything but they can’t control natural cycles. How will they keep the illusion when the famine reaches biblical proportions?

Will such terrible global suffering like famine, finally wake up enough people so they could see the hidden evil that created so much suffering for humanity? [The Guardian]

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