Food Crisis

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  1. Toroid

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    www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSRuSkETGMI
     
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    FOOD SHORTAGES BEGIN IN U.S.A.
     
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    Fantastic thread Toroid.
    Yea, the bee's is a huge one. Microwaves from cell towers.
    "Bees pollinate fifteen billion dollars worth of crops. One third of the human diet comes from pollinators."
    This is all planned, the hunger games have just begun, listen to this from 1:20 on...
    You've been told, now pay attention and listen to the time line, you have about 2 years before the mother of all supermarket mayhem kicks off. It's going to start slowly and keep building until we have riots and martial law.
     
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    Don't mean to hog but I watched this last week. I already knew that migratory birds and many insects navigate by using the visible specturm of the electromagnetic field, which means they see a color phase shift in the magnetic field, red and blue and what microwaves do is to scramble that field. Consequently they can't find their way back to the hive, birds become lost an end up where they have either never been recorded or almost never. Critters dying all over, it's a holocaust we have yet to even begun to understand, let alone pay for.

    1/2 the the butterflys are facing extinction. Our own garden has suffered because of so few bee's, all of which have been solitary dirt dwelling bumble bee's, and only a couple butterflys. People need to watch this video.

    This says 70% of foods require pollenation!

     
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    I wonder if they're FEMA trailers if that's an accurate depiction of the future. :huh8:
     
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    as I said earlier in this thread,
    most bee pollinated crops will only double in cost,
    and the base calories that are so critical don't need bees as all
    potatoes, wheat, corn, and sorghum don't need bees
    humans are not about to starve without bees
     
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    All I can say after watching that video is that, whether or not what you say is true, it will evidently be put to the test. As for myself I cannot allow myself to dwell on the idea that for the want of money by the elites, and for our own stupid convience of having a cell phone, the majority of humans are willing to see half of all the butterflys go extinct. A world of biodiversity being destoryed willingly, knowingly, while the accomplice media keeps the world in the dark about the destruction and the personal dangers of cell phones and cell towers.

    I have to wonder if there's not more to Elon Musk and his proposal to create a planetary wide satellite system.
    Maybe it's being done because they now realize the effects and are trying to get to a frequency which won't have that kind of price tag. I just am clueless as to the effects his system might have. What pisses me off is that just like everything else no truth is ever told either way.
     
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    That's actually an astute and interesting observation I think. Probably accurate too. Makes me now think of the plastic 4 body coffins which made such a wave a few years back. Oh, and how about the Ghost Cities, is that where the choosen will be wisked off to wait out "the road" filled with flesh eating zombies? Is the Puzzle coming together?
     
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    I am reasonably sure they are using the cell phone system to control the population
    the previous version was not as effective as they wanted, so they made a "better" version.
    you can use the same sort of effect to alter your own brainwaves.
    I have one from these people, Photosonix
    very good at waking you up or putting you to sleep,
    it could easily be used to start or stop a riot.
    and it works just as well when it is pulsed microwaves and not light and sound like the company I linked to sells.

    pretty sure they don't care about the bees having issues.
    thankfully the range on the 5G phone system is short, so there should not be to many bad effects from them in rural places.
    I am not going to let a 5G system get installed where I live, so that puts me out of range of them.
    and I also fully expect people to start taking down the 5G towers once they see what they are doing to everything.
     
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    5G coupled along with BCI will be the end of freedom for the masses...I think anyone plugging in to the BCI network that is coming and placed in a 5G environment, those people will be reprogrammed without their knowledge...

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    In the 2016 movie Cell everyone who has a cell phone is infected with a signal generated zombie like virus. The last scene in the movie shows thousands of people walking in circles around a cell tower in a catatonic state. I couldn't find that clip, so here's the initial outbreak.
    Cell (2016) - IMDb

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    They tell us things; you have been warned.

    I'm about sure they are quite capable of doing things we are cluess about. I call them the cell howlers; not something to take lightly. I was reseaching and came across some other interesting information. It's not directly related to the food crisis but is more in line with your post about Cell. This cell tower businss is highly suspicious after having learned more about the links to microwaves. See the article below for an introduction.

    Some of this reads like science fiction. It's mesmerizing in a way. Cold moding steel, nuclear explosions without radiation, earthquakes, now I know you all know some of this stuff but there's more here. Green fireballs for example, and the cold molding steel with a focused mircowave arrangement? That ring any bells? Sure you've heard about particle beams, Dr. Judy Woods material for example, but have you heard about this other stuff before?


    STARWARS & THE FINAL WAR
    The Life, Death & Secret Weapons Research of Hideo Murai, Science &
    Technology Minister of Aum Shinrikyo

    This is the true story behind the life and death of the smartest Japanese person that has ever lived: Not kidding~
    Electomagnetic Weapons
     
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    According To The Federal Government, 19 Million Acres Of Farmland Were Not Planted With Crops This Year
     
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    They keep killing the bees...

    More than half a billion bees dropped dead in Brazil within 3 months

    Death came swiftly for Aldo Machado’s honey bees. Less than 48 hours after the first apis mellifera showed signs of sickness, tens of thousands lay dead, their bodies piled in mounds.

    “As soon as the healthy bees began clearing the dying bees out of the hives, they became contaminated,” said Machado, vice president of Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul beekeeping association. “They started dying en masse.”

    Around half a billion bees died in four of Brazil’s southern states in the year’s first months. The die-off highlighted questions about the ocean of pesticides used in the country’s agriculture and whether chemicals are washing through the human food supply — even as the government considers permitting more. Most dead bees showed traces of Fipronil, a insecticide proscribed in the European Union and classified as a possible human carcinogen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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    European honey bees sit on hives in Sao Roque.



    Since President Jair Bolsonaro took office in January, Brazil has permitted sales of a record 290 pesticides, up 27% over the same period last year, and a bill in Congress would relax standards even further. Manufacturers of newly permitted substances include Brazilian companies such as Cropchem and Ouro Fino, as well as global players including Arysta Lifescience Ltd., Nufarm Ltd. and Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd. Giants such as Syngenta, Monsanto, BASF and Sumitomo also won new registrations.

    The fertile nation is awash in chemicals. Brazil’s pesticide use increased 770% from 1990 to 2016, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The Agriculture Ministry says that Brazil ranks 44th in the world in the use of pesticides per hectare and that, as a tropical country, it is “incorrect” to compare its practices with those of temperate regions.

    Still, in its latest food-safety report, Brazil’s health watchdog Anvisa found that 20% of samples contained pesticide residues above permitted levels or contained unauthorized pesticides. It didn’t even test for glyphosate, Brazil’s best-selling pesticide, which is banned in most countries.

    The silent hives, critics say, are a warning.

    “The death of all these bees is a sign that we’re being poisoned,” said Carlos Alberto Bastos, president of the Apiculturist Association of Brazil’s Federal District.

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    A beekeeper handles a swarm of European bees.

    Agriculture is the biggest contributor to Brazil’s growth, composing around 18% of the economy. Its power — from pop culture to politics — is unmatched. Major producers sponsor samba groups, as well as a nationwide “little Ag” school program and arguably, the most influential grouping in congress.

    Bolsonaro was elected with strong support from agribusiness and has expressed disdain for environmental concerns. “This is your government,” Bolsonaro promised lawmakers from the agriculture caucus, and his administration has allowed the industry wide leeway to use whatever chemicals it likes.

    About 40% of Brazil’s pesticides are “highly or extremely toxic,” according to Greenpeace, and 32% aren’t allowed in the European Union. Meanwhile, approvals are being expedited without the government hiring enough people to evaluate them, said Marina Lacorte, a coordinator at Greenpeace Brazil.

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    “There isn’t another explanation for it, other than politics.” she said.

    Easing pesticide approvals was a campaign commitment for Bolsonaro. The agriculture sector has complained for years about slowness.

    “Registrations are the biggest barrier,” said Flavio Hirata, an agrochemical specialist at Allier Brasil consultancy. “The world’s largest pesticide market can’t be limited to a few companies.”

    Roughly half of the approvals are ingredients, not final products, said Andreza Martinez, manager for regulation at Sindiveg, a group representing pesticide producers. Varying chemicals is important as pests develop resistance to formulas, she said.

    “It brings more tools to farmers, but that doesn’t mean an increase in the use of products in the field,” she said.

    The variety, however, alarms toxicologists. “The higher the number of products, the lower our chances of safety, because you can’t control them all,” said Silvia Cazenave, a professor of toxicology at the Catholic Pontifical University of Campinas.

    Brazil’s health ministry reported 15,018 cases of agricultural pesticide poisoning in 2018, but acknowledged that this is likely an underestimate.

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    The Global Food Crisis Is Here

    Its sad people in this day and age, all over the world are struggling to make ends meet. While the corporate types ride it high off the hog. There will never be world peace or, anything equal. There will always be those who have so much more than that what they need and those who have so little.
     
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