From Russia to Germany to America, countries all across the globe are receiving warnings from those in places of power to prepare for disaster. For the past few years world governments and globalists have been stocking food, water, ammo, and the like. Some have even moved and purchased bunkers in countries like New Zealand.
The fact is, if they are preparing for something and the governments are warning their citizens to prepare for something, then shouldn’t we actually be preparing?
Lets just recall a few warnings we’ve gotten in America alone. For starters on May 31, President Obama addressed FEMA National Response Coordination Center in Washington with these words:
“One of the things that we have learned over the course of the last seven and a half years is that government plays a vital role, but it is every citizen’s responsibility to be prepared for a disaster. And that means taking proactive steps, like having an evacuation plan, having a fully stocked disaster supply kit. If your local authorities ask you to evacuate, you have to do it. Don’t wait.”
Key word, “Don’t Wait” and that’s coming from the mouth of one of the most prominent globalists himself, Barack Obama.
“The US national security industry is planning for the impact of an unprecedented global food crisis lasting as long as a decade, according to reports by a government contractor.”
But let’s not forget about Memorandum NSSM 200 (National Security Study Memorandum) that outlined the “implications of world population growth” and how to deal with the “human problem.” The memorandum promoted the idea of using war, famine, and birth control to limit population. It also entertained questions like, “Should food be considered an instrument of national power?” and “Is the U.S. prepared to accept food rationing to help people who won’t control their population growth?” (pg.83)
Don’t believe they will use “food as a weapon”? Romans, Egyptians, Babylonians and ancient Chinese already did.
All that and LOTS more in this breaking report…
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