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The Planned Starvation of America

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It would appear that Alex Jones and Dave Hodges were serendipitously working on the same story. Someone who knew that I was releasing this story, today, sent me an Alex Jones’ interview, yesterday afternoon. The point being is that two journalists with completely different sources,who have never spoken to each other,  are telling the public the same exact story, with the same exact consequences, it is time to pay attention. As a point of reference, here is the brief version of the Alex Jones video.

 

 

If one is willing to spend the time to look, they will discover that many journalists are writing on this topic.

Americans Could Never Be Starved to Death: Unfortunately, It’s Happened Before!

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An estimated seven million people starved to death during the Great Depression. And amazingly, these people had food preparation skills that are basically a lost art in America today (e.g. canning).

With a staggering debt looming over the country, how vulnerable are Americans to starvation if and when an economic collapse takes down our economy?

It is not a secret that the world is in a desperate situation when it comes to overall world hunger. 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. The World Bank further speculates that the present state of food prices could lead to political instability and this is the kind of stuff that wars are made of. And what is the number one cause of rising food prices according to the World Bank? It is the increasing demand (see attached PDF)  for food from a growing population inside of China. The future military implications should be self-evident. But what about the United States? How vulnerable are Americans to the possibility of mass starvation?

A Snapshot of America’s Food Vulnerability

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starvation please helpAlmost beyond belief, a full 79 percent of the people that use food banks purchase typically buy cheap, unhealthy food and still just have enough to feed their children.  The price of food continues to quickly out-pace the paychecks of most middle class families.  For example, the average price of ground beef has just hit a brand new all-time record high of $3.88 per pound! There are many of you that will protest that these prices are a bargain, and for some, they are!

There are  50 million Americans that are dealing with food insecurity in various degrees of distress. Just over one out of seven Americans rely on obtaining food from various banks at one point or another and these food banks are beginning to experience record shortages.

In a case of “defend the nation and starve”, military families are feeling even more stress  from not being able to obtain sufficient quantities of food as 25% of America military families require outside assistance in getting enough to eat. What does this say about an administration which uses our soldiers to defend the nation and then kicks them to the curb by denying their VA  health benefits as the government also starves their families because they cannot survive on what we pay our soldiers? This is disgraceful, but it is the Obama fundamental transformation of American way!

 

 America Has No Way to Keep Up with Food Inflation

This column has repeatedly informed readers that real income in the United States is 8-10% lower than it was in 2000. Real unemployment and under employment, as reported by both John Willliams (Shadow Stats) and Joseph Meyer (Straight Line Money Analysis), as reported on the Common Sense Show, is now at a the staggering rate of 23%! There is no way that the average American can keep up with food inflation. Starvation is a natural outcome of this clear pattern that has been developing for for the past 16 years. The inescapable conclusion is that food will clearly be used as a political tool against the rising spirit of populism emerging as a result of the Independent Media’s increased reac as well as the Trump campaign.

In the article, “Food Price Inflation Scares the Fed” the commodity food costs were exploding on the upside. Calculation of the food inflation rate, given the lag in commodity costs impacting prices on grocery store shelves, we find that the annual U.S. food inflation rate is now running at a staggering +22%  (2014) and the rate is now estimate to be over 25%, today. with no end in sight to the escalation.

 

 

adams homeless foodstarvation child hungerAccording to the New York Times, the typical American family is now worth 36% less than it was worth only 10 years ago!

 

 

The Government Threat

And of course, Henry Kissinger was only kidding when he stated the following:

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Although it would not take much to push America over the edge with regard to mass starvation, there is  a precedent that the United States government would use food as a weapon against its own people if necessary.

In December, 1974, National Security Council directed by Henry Kissinger completed a classified study entitled, National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” The study was based upon the unproven claims that population growth in Lesser Developed Countries (LDC) constituted a serious risk to America’s national security.

In November 1975, President Ford, based upon the tenets of NSSM 200 outlined a classified plan to forcibly reduce population growth in LDC countries through birth control, war and famine. Ford’s new national security adviser, Brent Scowcroft, in conjunction with then CIA  Director, George H. W. Bush, were tasked with implementing the plan and the secretaries of state, treasury, defense, and agriculture assisted in the implementation of these insane genocidal plans.

NSSM 200 formally raised the question, “Would food be considered an instrument of national power? Is the U.S. prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can’t/won’t control their population growth?” Would this be done inside of America? Kissinger has answered these questions when he stated that he was predicting a series of contrived famines, created by mandatory programs and this would make exclusive reliance on birth control programs unnecessary in this modern day application of eugenics in a scheme that would allow Henry to have his cake and eat it too in that the world would finally be rid of what Henry Kissinger referred to as the “useless eaters!”

 

Clear and Present Danger In the Modern Era

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Third world population control, using food as one of the primary weapons, has long been a matter of official covert national policy and a portion of President Obama’s Executive Order 13603 (EO), National Defense Resources Preparedness is a continuation of that policy. Only now, the intended targets are not the LDC’s, but are instead, the American people and after Obama declares martial law, food will undoubtedly be used to subjugate the more resistant regions of our country just as Stalin did to Ukraine.

In recent years the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been regionalizing disaster supplies and rapidly procuring hundreds of millions of ready-to-eat meals, blankets, and body bags. Combined with the DHS’ suspiciously massive purchases of ammunition, one has to ask why are the Feds doing this?

In fact, the government has been buying so many supplies and in such large amounts that shortages have affected the world’s leading manufacturers to the point they’ve been forced to suspend shipments to retail customers of survival foods and ammunition on a case by case basis.

This year, Jade Helm 16 has practiced withholding food from select regional areas.

Obama has total and absolute control over all food where his EO states:

e)  “Food resources” means all commodities and products, (simple, mixed, or compound), or complements to such commodities or products, that are capable of being ingested by either human beings or animals, irrespective of other uses to which such commodities or products may be put, at all stages of processing from the raw commodity to the products thereof in vendible form for human or animal consumption.  “Food resources” also means potable water packaged in commercially marketable containers, all starches, sugars, vegetable and animal or marine fats and oils, seed, cotton, hemp, and flax fiber, but does not mean any such material after it loses its identity as an agricultural commodity or agricultural product.

(f)  “Food resource facilities” means plants, machinery, vehicles (including on farm), and other facilities required for the production, processing, distribution, and storage (including cold storage) of food resources, and for the domestic distribution of farm equipment and fertilizer…”

This unconstitutional EO is particularly disturbing in that it clearly states that the government has control over anything that is “capable of being ingested by either human beings or animals…”  If you thought that you and your loyal dog, Fido, were going to get through the coming food crisis by storing and consuming dog food, think again.

How will farmers maintain the nation’s food supply when all fertilizer, their farm equipment and all of their vehicles are under the control of this sociopathic  President or the next power-hungry President?

The term “all food storage facilities” includes your refrigerator, your pantry and even the very food in your cabinets as well as what is on your kitchen table. In short, anywhere you keep food is now under the control of the government and can be redistributed.

Planned Starvation In Modern Day America

Were you scratching your head in bewilderment as you watched a couple of years back,  on the news, as the Amish have had their farms raided, raw milk producers have been jailed and the kids running lemonade stands have been shut down and ticketed? Now you know why these abuses are being perpetrated by the government in that it represents a mere conditioning process designed to get all U.S. citizens used to the idea that the government owns all food and food production.

The most clever aspect of this EO is that no Hegelian Dialectic (i.e., false flag event) is needed as a pretense to seize food and imperil survivability. Section 201(b) of the Obama EO clearly states that this EO is enforceable under both “emergency and non-emergency conditions.”

Conclusion

I am leaning toward the belief that there  will be no meaningful election, but there will be starvation.

America is already on the edge with regard to a starvation crisis due to economic conditions alone. An economic collapse, or no shortage of any other kind of disaster, would plunge this country into the depths of unimaginable horrors associated with extreme food shortages.

Some people are shocked and refuse to consider what many feel is the unthinkable. When an economic collapse comes to America, coupled with the nation’s extreme food vulnerability, just how desperate will people become?What have you done to prepare?

 

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  1. Dolores May 3, 2016 at 6:15 am

    I was at BJ’s Wholesale Club yesterday (May 2, 2016). I was looking for blueberries. When I spotted them, I could hardly believe the price! Close to TEN DOLLARS for 18 ounces!!! When I commented on the high price, the grocery clerk told me that’s because they could no longer get blueberries from California. They now get them from Arizona – thus the higher price. The food chain is in jeopardy.

  2. Max May 3, 2016 at 6:24 am

    God I hope you are wrong with this one!

  3. Cinderella Girl May 3, 2016 at 6:29 am

    I have noticed when food shopping over the last couple of years, that the food expiration dates on most of the items, especially canned goods are less than a year, usually 6 months. Some are even less than that if you shop at Wal-Mart. I remember when you could buy canned goods that would last a couple of years or more! I believe that is the government intervention to keep people from food hoarding.

  4. Bonnie May 3, 2016 at 6:40 am

    Fifty to sixty years ago we had enough grain stored in elevators across the mid-west to feed every American man, woman and child three meals a day for six months. Now? Many of these elevators sit empty. Why? Because the government pays better than wheat.

    There is a program that pays farmers NOT to plow their fields or plant any crop, and it pays very handsomely, especially in years of drought. The farmer has only to burn or plow the field every five years to prevent trees from growing. The reported goal is to allow native grasses to grow, but we all know the real reason – to reduce the amount of wheat being grown so that the “useless eaters” will starve.

    This starvation plan had been in the works for a very long time… if they could have only find a way to remove our guns, this would have been implemented by now. Fortunately for us, all of their plans to cause us to give up our weapons has failed miserably thus far. However, while we put God in the forefront He protected us. Now that we’ve removed Him from the picture, He has given us over (as a country) to the enemy.

    The only way that we can truly prepare for what is to come is by turning back to Him. Take some time TODAY in the Word, learn now to pray and worship without someone’s leadership, taking shelter in the shadow of His wings – for that is the only place we will find safety!

  5. Grams63 ~ May 3, 2016 at 6:46 am

    Raised in a big city I did not learn about growing food while growing up, none the less I did experience a time of hunger. There was a little food in the house but not what I wanted to eat as your body craves fiber and sugar. It is a horrible psychological pain, not just physical.

    Since I have been unemployed for the past year (forced to close business), I have taken the time to learn each day how to take a root from regular produce in the refrigerator, place it in a tiny bit of water and within a few days you are growing a new eatable plant with just normal daylight. The key here of course is to have a root and a tiny bit of fresh water/air. You can make broth out of just about any leftovers produce and bones. The key here is to learn what to do with leftovers and not waste anything, everything becomes precious. Learn to keep a pot of water boiling (over an open fire). Taking the time to learn while the web is up or study up on good reading materials on how to cook over an open fire has helped ease my anxiety. It’s true that the store shelves are already dummied up, if your paying attention. The self check-out with a few items are busier, if you check out with a buggy full, you stand out.

    I fear for the generations who know nothing but Starbucks, fast food and debit cards. Their world is about to come crashing down around them. I have tried to warn others, but all they do is laugh, “you worry too much”. Tough times are ahead and we all need resolve and the right mind set to survive what’s coming.

    Today the media is having special guests on about weight loss. Wonder why? I believe they are paying attention to Dave Hodges !!

    Grams ~

  6. dasw May 3, 2016 at 6:47 am

    Steve quale has posted link to your article and indicates 7 million starved to death during The 1930 U.S. Census determined the U.S. population to be 122,775,046. .. Really.. I can find a credible resource that back that up.

    EDITOR’S NOTE: TRY LOOKING IN A HISTORY BOOK

  7. Marshal Scot May 3, 2016 at 7:17 am

    This sums up nicely Dave. Bravo!!! Sincerely, Marshal Scot of “KANSAS”

  8. DB May 3, 2016 at 7:40 am

    Personally I have given up trying to warn people of what is coming Dave. Nobody in my realm of family and friends seem to care. I am the only one preparing. I have born again Jesus loving family members who agree with me as to what is coming and they still do nothing!! I don’t get it Dave!!! They tell me they agree and they do nothing about it!! I am faced with a tough decision as to what to do when SHTF and the food in the stores is gone. Will I or should I help them? I will count on God to tell me what to do when the time comes, but I am angry with them for their refusal to prepare for their children.

    I have noticed very short ammunition supplies in my local Cabela’s, and they have the biggest selection of anyone around here (WI). I got their last two boxes of shells for my gun last week.

    God bless you and your family…and to all who read your site.

  9. J.L.Noakes May 3, 2016 at 8:48 am

    I remember listening to Pastor Lindsey Williams on the Alex Jones show a few years back. Pastor Williams said “there will be plenty of food, but you won’t be able to afford it.”

  10. john f May 3, 2016 at 9:28 am

    the food shortage is part of the NWO/obama muslimbrotherhood plane

  11. Toby T. Stevens May 3, 2016 at 9:45 am

    Over my dead body ANY American starves to death due to the dark agenda coming from the sick, psychopathic power elite, and their minions.

  12. Timothy May 3, 2016 at 10:58 am

    America has been a “Dead Country Walking” since the day Obama was first elected. Read the book “They Thought They Were Free”. It is too late for anything considered a normal response. We seem to be seeking a political solution for a spiritual problem. We need to be on our knees confessing the sins our country has been committing for the last 4 decades starting with our tacit approval of abortion!

    Most of us have been duplicitous in continuing to elect a ruling class that relishes the fact that we are easily fooled. We live in times foretold, where right is called wrong and wrong is touted as right. Repent, fast and pray and God might give us a little more time like Nineveh. It’s that or settle in for indescribable horror. whether you are prepared or not. Fear the wrath God.

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  14. green dragon May 3, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    People starved in great depression because they could not afford to buy food. There was enough food available to feed everyone. Many who starve today in third world countries starve because they cannot afford to buy food. Again, food is available but not at a price they can afford.
    In America there is a social safety net that is preventing starvation for many Americans.
    Should something happen to this safety net, than many will not be able to afford the cost of living.
    Hard tradeoffs will be made and many will suffer nutritional issues.
    This would likely hit elderly and children the hardest.

  15. mark May 3, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    Hey Dave,
    I dont know if its just me but for the past several day’s I’ve been getting kicked off youe site!

    Thanks,
    MARK

  16. gary May 4, 2016 at 11:16 am

    you hit the nail smack dead center Bonnie…
    we grow nearly all the produce we consume..if we have eltric and are left alone,we can survive till we die our natural deaths..its when the jack boiots ring the doorbell that has us concerned obviously[and the birds wiping out the cherries on our cherry tree!] they also nip the strawberries pretty good too,but leave the Apple Tree alone as well as raspberries and blackberries..we grow squash,beans,tomatoes,onions,sugar snap peas,melons,carrots,pole beans,SORRELL,Silver Queen white sweet corn[Sorrell tastes like spinach with a strong lime taste..I love it..it also takes the place of spinach and lettuce and grows incredibly incredibly INCREDIBLY quickly!,although we still grow spinach and lettuce for food pantry,pumpkin,cucumbers,zucchini,Butternut,& yellow crooked neck squash,a vast array of herbs,including the most nutritious green there is..parsley..I have thrown all different type seeds on every bare spot around our house as well[Gorilla gardening] and there will be food coming up everywhere..there will be NO FOOD SHORTAGE HERE!
    we freeze all x-tra produce and take a lot to the local pantry once a week in Summer..I won’t give them canned crap..
    in other words..there is NO REASON why anyone with little land should starve…all this food is grown on a just a small portion of a quarter acre lot!.NONE.there is NO EXCUSE except LAZINESS, which is in absolute humongously huge supply in these Untied States these days..out of the 26 houses,just on our lane,we are the only ones that grow our own produce,except for one other person[small little garden]..
    and a lady down the street has 3 apple trees.now .i wonder where our neighbors will go to find food WTSHTF ? gee i’ll have to sit down and really think hard about the answer to that one..[about a half a second] shotguns sometimes have a purpose besides target practice and can come in very handy in SHTF situations[protecting ones food supply quickly comes to mind]

  17. ljess May 4, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    It is going to get ugly – read the stats on the average age of the North American farmer – he is approaching 60 years old – farming is hard work and the younger generation does not appreciate it – Governments have subsidized farming enough so that when they remove all subsidies there will be chaos and empty fields. Do your part by planting berry bushes, creating garden areas (dirt does not make for good gardens regardless of what they taught you in science) – time is getting short and governments are about to unleash the destruction of currency (See Venezuela). Find God!!! – He is the only one with a reset button.

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  19. Martin May 5, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    Hope for the best but prepare for the worst. All families should have a couple of years worth of MRI style food rations and enough bullets to defend it. We’re running out of time. If you live in the heart of a large city, start finding your way out. Those areas are going to become epicenters of death. God bless everyone and stay strong. Believe in God and don’t fall for the snake tongues of these demons that walk the Earth. We all are going to go through this and preparation will be key to keeping you and your family alive.

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