The World Is Nine Meals From Widespread Revolution | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

However, what is undeniable is that the world

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is poised to experience a monumental food crisis that could kill off a significant number of the world’s population.


The World Is Nine Meals From Widespread Revolution

June 2, 2014 – Conspiracy, Featured, Main – Tagged: dave hodges, ebt, eo 13603, food riots, food shortages, food stamps, holdomor, kissinger, the common sense show – no comments

Dave HodgesJune 2, 2014

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The World Bank is boldly proclaiming that extreme food shortages and subsequent food riots will take place in the near future largely due to the rapid increase in food prices.In their recent report, only released a few days ago, the World Bank cites the disturbing fact that there have been 51 food riots in 37 countries in recent memory due to high food prices and the further escalation of food prices has no end in sight.

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The World Bank further speculates that the present state of food prices could lead to political instability and…

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3 Responses to The World Is Nine Meals From Widespread Revolution | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

  1. hardscrabble farmer says:

    Once again we see the dichotomy between what the official position of the NewElite is vs reality. Monoculture based industrial agriculture is no different than peak oil. Natural systems do not take to industrialization for a multitude of reasons. A person who has never lived in tune with nature cannot possibly understand this reality and we have an entire system built by, administered by and run by these kinds of people. Monoculture will crash with a far more resounding impact than JHK’s end of oil scenario. Alternative forms of energy exist and in the past mankind was capable of surviving without the kinds of energy usage we presently have. The loss of fertility (tilth) and productive soils is the greatest threat to mankind in history.

    How do these geniuses who constantly repeat the “we have no inflation” meme explain the rapidly escalating rise in food prices? How do they truly expect 1% of the population to produce enough of something that 100% of the population use EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THEIR LIVES?

    I no longer worry about the future of any particular race, religion, or even civilization. I think that mankind has begun its path to extinction and it is built upon a monumental hubris that dwarfs the tower of Babel.

    Gotta go out and plant more beans, slop the hogs and turn the compost- I’m in no hurry to go the way of the Dodo.

    • mindweapon says:

      Hardscrabble Farmer,

      I see you are a fellow congregant in the church of Reverend Malthus!

      Monoculture will crash with a far more resounding impact than JHK’s end of oil scenario.

      I see that too. It’s surprising to find people who don’t realize this, but the minute you talk to them, they don’t know about aquifer depletion, soil erosion, or that fracking is just another Ponzi that the bankers fired up to “save” the crash of 2008.

      The doomer fantasies are probably rosier than what’s actually going to happen. What will happen is going to be so insane we’ll look at books like JHK’s books and other such books and say, “Wow, those novels were tame compared to what actually happened!”

      it’s going to be great to see the liberals lose power though. That’s a big motivation for me to survive.

      Shale fracking is just the housing boom of the two thousand teens. That’s why the crash of 2008 didn’t kick things off — they found another Ponzi. But eventually they run out of rocks to jump on to cross the river, and simply fall into the rapids.

      I’m big on sweet potatoes and winter squash and beans these days myself. It’s all about growing staples for me. And of course tomatoes to make tomato juice to ward off scurvy in the winter.

  2. I read Dave Hodges regularly. He must be doing something right as his site went dark over the weekend and he and his family were scrambling to avoid being murdered by enemies of the truth. Good to see he’s back on line. As to the food situation, you can plainly see the price increases taking hold across the board. When I move to my seven acres, with a little river flowing along the back property line, I’m going to have to learn to grow my own food. I hope the soil is good. Maybe some folks up the road, rich folks, will let me have some of the manure dropped by their horses.

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