Category Archive: Signs in Food Shortages

FDA approves computer chip for humans

Medical milestone or privacy invasion? A tiny computer chip approved Wednesday for implantation in a patient’s arm can speed vital information about a patient’s medical history to doctors and hospitals. But critics warn… Continue reading

46 Million Americans Now Live On Food Stamps As Homeless Tent City Camps Spring Up Nationwide

CNN reports on staggering 46 million people living on food stamps while homeless “Tent City” camps are popping up across the nation including one right near my own house. CNN reviews the staggering… Continue reading

29,000 Children Dead Due to East African Famine in Past Three Months (Video)

The drought and accompanying famine in East Africa continues to get worse: Three more regions of Somalia have been declared famine zones–defined as places where at least 20% of households face severe shortages… Continue reading

Food stamp use rises to record 45.8 million

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Nearly 15% of the U.S. population relied on food stamps in May, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. The number of Americans using the government’s Supplemental Nutrition… Continue reading

Data Shows All of Earth’s Systems in Rapid Decline

UXBRIDGE, Canada, Jul 29, 2011 (IPS) – Protecting bits of nature here and there will not prevent humanity from losing our life support system. Even if areas dedicated to conserving plants, animals, and… Continue reading

Southern Chile buried under as much as 2 meters of snow

Araucania Region, Chile (Reuters) Heavy snow storms bury southern Chile in six feet of snow leaving communities isolated with blocked roads and downed power lines. A massive snowstorm dumped some six feet of… Continue reading

10 Signs That The American People Are Starting To Freak Out About The Condition Of The Economy

All over America, restlessness and frustration are growing. It has now been almost three years since the great financial crash of 2008, and yet the U.S. economy is still a complete and total… Continue reading

Even Dollar Stores Struggling In ‘Obama Depression’

More stores across the U.S. that offer deeply-discounted products are seeing their sales decline after years of growth amid America’s “Great Recession” — and one analyst said on Monday it’s another sign of… Continue reading

Obama challenges GOP to compromise on debt

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama raised the stakes Monday in talks aimed at preventing an unprecedented U.S. default, saying there would be no agreement if Republicans did not compromise and that he… Continue reading

9% Unemployment Rate is a Statistical Lie

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the latest unemployment figures last Friday.  There was a stunning drop to 9% from 9.4%.  How did that happen?  Is the economy really getting better or… Continue reading

12 Signs the World is Running Out of Food

#1 More than 3 billion people, close to half the world’s population, live on less than 2 dollar a day. #2 Over the past year, the global price of food has risen by… Continue reading

A 2004 secret report warned of catastrophes and coming global upheaval

This is a chilling article and we reexamine what was written some 7 years ago, in 2004, in light of recent earthchanges. Here’s the UK article in part that appeared in the Guardian:… Continue reading

World food prices near record high, says UN agency

Global food prices rose sharply in June, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), after a steep increase in the price of sugar. The price of sugar rose by 14% last… Continue reading

European debt crisis: Portugal is latest domino to fall

European debt crisis: the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, needs to accept that the richer EU nations took a risky bet in buying Portuguese debt. Photograph: Picture Perfect/Rex Features There is a growing sense… Continue reading

Video: Global Food Prices Expected to Soar

Due to the earth’s circumstances, food will become scarce, and you will not be able to purchase anything without his mark. But that mark will not doom you – only your heart condition… Continue reading

Selling gold teeth to make ends meet in Greece

(Reuters) – A smartly dressed woman waits as a young man behind a glass screen weighs her gold earrings, bracelets and rings and counts out 1,600 euros. “I’ll see you again soon,” she… Continue reading

Monsanto trying to take over world seed supply, nation by nation

(NaturalNews) He who controls the seed controls the food supply; and he who controls the food supply controls the world. There is no question that Monsanto is on a mission to monopolize the… Continue reading

European Banks Scrambling to Prevent Default by Greece

European banks and insurers are scrambling to prevent a default by Greece amid worries that Greece’s parliament won’t pass a much-needed austerity plan next week. The focus right now is on a voluntary… Continue reading

Extreme weather the achilles’ heel of the U.S. economy?

June 23, 2011 –WASHINGTON — Everything has its price, even the weather. New research indicates that routine weather events such as rain and cooler-than-average days can add up to an annual economic impact… Continue reading

France’s Sarkozy Urges Action Against the ‘Plague’ of Food Price Surges

World food prices that rose 37 percent in a year, driving 44 million more people into poverty, are a “plague” that need action from world leaders now, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said. Group… Continue reading

Mass suicide fears as French worry end of world is approaching

SO many people in France believe that the world is about to end that a government agency today alerted the country to the risk of mass suicides by converts to prophesies of imminent… Continue reading

More than 43 million worldwide forced from homes, U.N. says

(CNN) — The number of people forced from their homes worldwide has risen to 43.7 million, the highest level in 15 years, according to a U.N. refugee agency report released Monday. That’s up… Continue reading

Food price explosion ‘will devastate the world’s poor’

Food prices will soar by as much as 30% over the next 10 years, the United Nations and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development have predicted. Angel Gurría, secretary-general of the OECD, said… Continue reading

Europe Braces for Serious Crop Losses and Blackouts

LONDON — One of the driest spring seasons on record in northern Europe has sucked soils dry and sharply reduced river levels to the point that governments are starting to fear crop losses… Continue reading

Forecast predicts biggest Gulf dead zone ever

NEW ORLEANS – Scientists predict this year’s “dead zone” of low-oxygen water in the northern Gulf of Mexico will be the largest in history — about the size of Lake Erie — because… Continue reading