From August 3, 2022, ships with food will again be operating on the Black Sea. Detailed information can be found on the United Nations website: Black Sea Grain Initiative Joint Coordination Centre.
As of 29 August 2022, 55 vessels have moved from Ukrainian ports carrying 1,289,065 metric tons of grains and other foodstuffs.
Although the topic of this article is the situation of food production in connection with the war in Ukraine, this time it will be discussed in more detail. Both this war, the fictional pandemic, and so-called global warming are different symptoms of the same disease: an attempt by a small group of very wealthy people to take over the world.
In connection with the information propagated on TV about the role of Ukraine in food production, it is worth taking a closer look.
See the Wikipedia pages for a ranking of the world’s largest grain producers:
Ukraine can only be found in third place among the leading buckwheat producers. These statistics show that Ukraine is a major food producer in the world, but if it stopped producing agricultural products overnight, the world would do well and buy them from other countries. The effects of the war in Ukraine are of little importance in shaping world oil, gas or food prices.
Most of us know that sanctions against Russia are the main cause of price increase. But that’s not all. Inflation and the associated high prices are the result of printing money without cover. This process has been going on for a long time, but the scale of the phenomenon has increased dramatically after the world became convinced that there is an imaginary threat of a pandemic.
“Puinflation” is nothing more than a distraction from the real causes of an artificially accelerated crisis. The crisis that was inevitable and whose causes lie in the world’s wrong monetary policies.
To understand these mechanisms of today’s world, it is worth watching the film in which Ernst Wolff – a German-born German non-fiction and screenwriter – explains our current situation in an understandable way.
In this way we have drawn a circle from the widespread hunger weapons against humanity, to the disruption of food production, the spread of hunger panic, climate panic, to the practice of a world conspiracy whose effects we can see.
I, too, believe that the next “pandemic” of fear will soon be lie-based global warming, which doesn’t exist.
On January 1, 2014, the Daily Mail published an article under these names: A dose of COLD reality: The ironic saga of the eco-campaigners trying to highlight global warming and melting ice caps trapped in the freezing Antarctic.
A scientific research team who headed south to prove the threat to mankind from global warming by establishing that the region is melting have found themselves trapped on their ship in the unexpectedly thick pack ice.
A team of Australian climate scientists set out on a Russian research ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy on a mission to raise awareness of global warming.
The ship was stuck fast — at the height of what is supposed to be the Antarctic summer and when the ice normally melts rather than thickens — and was in urgent need of rescue.
Global warming – the search goes on…
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik