Food on the verge of war


In a gloomy report by the General Administration of France to the External Security (DGSE), the Foreign Intelligence Service received Russia (SVR), says that Presidents Obama and Sarkozy "agreed" to establish a joint US-European military force to deal exclusively with a Global uprising, expected this spring as our World runs out of food.

According to this report, Sarkozy, as head of the group of developed countries, G-20, organized last Monday, an emergency meeting with Obama. He warned his American counterpart that the shock rise in food prices occurring due to an unprecedented series of disasters, threatening the stability of the world and can lead to the outbreak of a full global war — Food Total War? .

Just last week French Prime Minister Francois Fillon said that one of the main tasks of France in the G-20 was to find a collective response to "excessive volatility" in food prices, which takes place today. He also cited a statement Philip Chalmé, chief economic adviser to the French government, which has warned that the world may face social unrest including food riots in April as grain prices increase to unprecedented highs.

French government concerns over rising global imbalances were realized this past week after food riots erupted in Algeria and Tunisia, 50 people were killed. The situation escalated to the extreme, and the Government of Tunisia this morning introduced a nationwide curfew and sent troops to the capital to stop the increasing violence.

Last Friday, the United Nations also warned that millions of people are now at risk after food prices reached the highest level that is greater than ever. This is due to the fact that global wheat stocks fell to 175.2 million tons from 196.7 million tons a year ago, global grain stocks, as they say, may be 127.3 million tons at the end of this season, compared with last month's USDA outlook for 130 million tons and global soybean inventories will fall to 58.78 million tons at the end of this season, compared with 60.4 million tons a year earlier.

This past week, Robert Zoellick, President, World Bank, further warned that the sharp rise in food prices — "a threat to global growth and social stability," as the world for the first time in recent memory, separate from the chaos is only one poor harvest.
To trace the development stages of a terrible global food situation, it is necessary to understand the disaster that happened to our main producer and exporter of wheat in the world last year, in descending order: China, India, the United States, Russia, France, Canada, Germany, Ukraine , Australia and Pakistan.

Disasters in China: 2010 China drought and dust storms were a series of events of a severe drought during the spring of 2010 that affected Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, Sichuan, Shanxi, Henan, Shaanxi, Chongqing, Hebei and Gansu in China — as well as parts of Southeast Asia, including Vietnam and Thailand, and dust storms in March and April that affected much of East Asia.
Referred to as the worst drought in this century, in the south-western China.

Disasters in India: a record heat wave and agricultural water crisis in India, forcing politicians to believe that for the implementation of user fees and other measures retain water. The President of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday instructed ministers and officials to prepare a strategic plan to maintain stability before hanging food crisis as there were warnings that the world has to face a food shortage in the spring of 2011 ..

Disaster Russia (10% of global production, 20% for export) they were hit the highest recorded temperature, which Russia had seen in 130 years of records, the largest by area of drought, more than three decades, and the massive fires that stretched across seven regions, including Moscow.

Disasters France: The French government lowered their wheat crop, which was predicted by 2.7% over last year due to drought and cold weather.

Disasters in Canada: a record drought has affected their main grain production areas in the western part of their country.

Disaster in Ukraine (the main producer in the world barley and sixth producer of wheat) was hit just as Russia by fire and drought. Ukraine bans all its grain exports in 2011.

Disasters in Australia: fears of global shortages of wheat rose after the Queensland area of Australia was struck by devastating floods. Andrew Fraser, Queensland's State Treasurer, described the floods as a "disaster of biblical proportions." Water covers the land the size of France and Germany. Water is expected to will cover the earth's surface a depth of 30 feet in some areas in the coming days.

Pakistan's disaster: floods shipped 17 million acres of the most fertile farmland in Pakistan, killed 200,000 livestock and washed away massive amounts of grain. Farmers could not and did not have time to do planting and harvest crops — this implies a massive loss of food production in 2011, and potential long-term food shortages.

Disaster struck not only the majority of the world's major producers of wheat, were affected and one of the main areas of grain production in the world, South America. She also was impressed disasters, where the historical drought crippled Argentina and Bolivia. Brazil, the largest country in the region, was hit catastrophic floods that have killed nearly 400 people over the last one only a few days.

Even the United States has been hit as a catastrophic winter occurred in 49 out of the 50 states, the snow-covered, inflicting unprecedented damage to their crops in Florida due to the freezing weather, and record rains destroying massive numbers of crops in their most important area of growing agricultural, California.

And if you think that things can not get worse, then you are seriously mistaken as South Korea (one of the most important meat exporters in Asia) was just that, last week, killing millions of farm animals after an outbreak dreaded foot and mouth disease has been detected. In addition to the horrific world food situation, this year received grim news from the United States, which reported that almost all of their populations of honey bees and bumble bees have died out, and when coupled with a "mysterious" the extinction of the entire population of bats in the United States means that the two main pollinators of fruit and vegetables will be increasingly unable to do their job. Chtom would reduce losses, which warns the report, and that will be "biblical and catastrophic".

It is important to note that after the meeting with Sarkozy, Obama began to implement its national strategy to interfere with the truth about these terrible events of the American people, to bring to all American citizens have online identity so that they can keep track of and make them in jail as soon as they start to tell the truth.

So, today, as agricultural traders and analysts warn that the latest revision of the U.S. and global food supply means that there is no further strategies to address weather problems. New cyclone is preparing to hit Australia, severe winter weather in India has killed nearly 130 people, and more snow falls, covering the Americas.

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