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Forbidden Fruit

Hungry people are the most productive people, especially where there is a need for manual labour. For those of us at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger globally would be a disaster. For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset (1).—UN Article published July 6, 2022; archived almost immediately

Canadian farmers are soon to be facing similar restrictions (2) to those that caused the economic collapse in Sri Lanka (3) and prompted the farmer protests in the Netherlands (4).

In a time where the world is threatened with food shortages due to natural (5) and not so natural (6) adverse events, the war on food producers (7) being waged by governments bowing to an ideological agenda (8) appears increasingly unhinged (9).

Despite consumers adapting their spending habits (10), food prices are expected to continue to rise (11), with some predicting a greater surge following the US midterm elections (12), as more countries experience adverse weather conditions and the threat of food shortages is increased (13).



  1. The Benefits of World Hunger

  2. Trudeau seeking to implement policy similar to that protested by Dutch farmers

  3. U.N. War On Fertilizer Began in Sri Lanka

  4. Why the Dutch Farmer Protest Is Your Cause, Too

  5. European Corn Yields Expected To Plunge Amid Worst Drought In 500 Years

  6. Another US Food Processing Plant Catches Fire, Add This To Growing List

  7. Death Sentence by Starvation

  8. UN, World Economic Forum Behind Global ‘War on Farmers’

  9. Hungry? The Benefits Of Famine According To Central Planners

  10. Analysis: As wheat prices soar, the world's consumers vote with their feet

  11. Preview Of The USDA Crop Report & Why We Have A New Explosion In Commodity Prices

  12. A Major Food Crisis Coming In 2023? – “Prices Will Be On Steroids After The Election”

  13. Drought Threatens China’s Harvest When World Can Least Afford It

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