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FEMA Contractor Predicts Social Unrest Caused by 395% Food Price Spikes (unreported since 2015)

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Published on Jun 27, 2016

http://undergroundworldnews.com
The US national security industry is planning for the impact of an unprecedented global food crisis lasting as long as a decade, according to reports by a government contractor.

The studies published by CNA Corporation in December 2015, unreported until now, describe a detailed simulation of a protracted global food crisis from 2020 to 2030.

The simulation, titled ‘Food Chain Reaction’, was a desktop gaming exercise involving the participation of 65 officials from the US, Europe, Africa, India, Brazil, and key multilateral and intergovernmental institutions.

The scenario for the ‘Food Chain Reaction’ simulation was created by experts brought in from the State Department, the World Bank, and agribusiness giant Cargill, along with independent specialists. CNA Corp’s Institute for Public Research, which ran the simulation, primarily provides scientific research services for the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Held from November 9-10 in 2015, the “game” attempted to simulate a plausible global food crisis triggered by “food price and supply swings amidst burgeoning population growth, rapid urbanization, severe weather events, and social unrest.”

This is Dahboo, but it seems something is happening. Prices have gone way up where I am and it's been so hot that my plants are dying from sun exposure, fruits are actually being sunburned on the vine. :(

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This was one of the many reasons I opted to do all of my gardening in containers. It limits you in certain areas, but it's better for earth boring insects that attack root systems and eventually kill the plant. Also, you can move the containers to different locations to avoid too much sun or rain, and you can move them out of high wind areas in the event of a hurricane. You can move them to shaded areas from the hot midday sun during a drought, and you'll save water besides. Much better weed control too.

Also, get yourself a water barrel/container and connect it to your leader and gutted system. Free water for your plants, but keep it covered or it'll turn green from algae. Also, don't let your neighbors know. Try to have it where it cannot be seen. In some states, it's actually illegal to gather and store rainwater.

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29 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Published on Jun 27, 2016

http://undergroundworldnews.com
The US national security industry is planning for the impact of an unprecedented global food crisis lasting as long as a decade, according to reports by a government contractor.

The studies published by CNA Corporation in December 2015, unreported until now, describe a detailed simulation of a protracted global food crisis from 2020 to 2030.

The simulation, titled ‘Food Chain Reaction’, was a desktop gaming exercise involving the participation of 65 officials from the US, Europe, Africa, India, Brazil, and key multilateral and intergovernmental institutions.

The scenario for the ‘Food Chain Reaction’ simulation was created by experts brought in from the State Department, the World Bank, and agribusiness giant Cargill, along with independent specialists. CNA Corp’s Institute for Public Research, which ran the simulation, primarily provides scientific research services for the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Held from November 9-10 in 2015, the “game” attempted to simulate a plausible global food crisis triggered by “food price and supply swings amidst burgeoning population growth, rapid urbanization, severe weather events, and social unrest.”

This is Dahboo, but it seems something is happening. Prices have gone way up where I am and it's been so hot that my plants are dying from sun exposure, fruits are actually being sunburned on the vine. :(

I was with you until you mentioned Dahboo.

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33 minutes ago, Cryptic Mole said:

This was one of the many reasons I opted to do all of my gardening in containers. It limits you in certain areas, but it's better for earth boring insects that attack root systems and eventually kill the plant. Also, you can move the containers to different locations to avoid too much sun or rain, and you can move them out of high wind areas in the event of a hurricane. You can move them to shaded areas from the hot midday sun during a drought, and you'll save water besides. Much better weed control too.

Also, get yourself a water barrel/container and connect it to your leader and gutted system. Free water for your plants, but keep it covered or it'll turn green from algae. Also, don't let your neighbors know. Try to have it where it cannot be seen. In some states, it's actually illegal to gather and store rainwater.

I am using all containers. I need shade cloth!  No shade.

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30 minutes ago, Mr. Anonymous said:

I was with you until you mentioned Dahboo.

I know, I don't care for him either. But it sounds reasonable to me. 

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14 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

I am using all containers. I need shade cloth!  No shade.

You are in the middle of a drought right now, correct?

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4 minutes ago, Cryptic Mole said:

You are in the middle of a drought right now, correct?

Yes, it's really bad. 105 today and tomorrow.

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26 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Yes, it's really bad. 105 today and tomorrow.

If you want you can move to east texas and you can river tube yourself to anywhere you want to go. LOL haha :laugh:

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Manufactured Crisis, artificial foodshortages, weather warfare, ect.

“Never let a good crisis go to waste”

1 minute ago, timetraveler2015 said:

Wages remain flat, food prices go up, up, up. It's called a food riot.

 

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1 hour ago, Cinnamon said:

Yes, it's really bad. 105 today and tomorrow.

It doesn't matter how much you water when the sun is too hot. Your plants will wither and die. Better get them shaded anyway you can. Even if you can move them to the other side of the house and out of the midday sun if at all possible.

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What do you all make of this?

Preparations by various cogs of the national security complex, including FEMA, indicate a coming worldwide food shortage — and a resulting crisis marked by extreme civil unrest around the globe.

As Motherboard noted of two reports published previously by CNA Corporation, but which largely escaped attention, the world’s food supply could be insufficient to maintain even current populations much further into the future. And the crisis — which several factors indicate may already be underway — may begin to worsen considerably as early as 2020.

Employing a desktop game simulation of the conditions of a global food shortage, titled “Food Chain Reaction,” CNA’s Institute for Public Research brought together “65 officials from the US, Europe, Africa, India, Brazil, and key multilateral and intergovernmental institutions,” Motherboard explained. And the Institute, which oversaw the simulation, “primarily provides scientific research services for the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA].”

According to the website for Food Chain Reaction: A Global Food Security Game — no commentary on Orwellian overtones needed — the “simulation and exercise intended to improve understanding of how governments, institutions, and private sector interests might interact to address a crisis in the global food system,” and took place in early November 2015.

“The scenario,” the description continues, “is set five years from today in a world where population growth, rapid urbanization, extreme weather and political crises combine to threaten global food security. The game’s players — high-level decision makers representing nations, international institutions, and the private sector — will collaborate, negotiate, make decisions, and confront tradeoffs while dealing with a chain reaction of consequences resulting from their actions.”

Source: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/fema-contractor-unrest-after-395-food-price-spike-coming-soon_062016

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I'll bet its war gaming of a scenario Testing command and control systems, using a scenario "out of their control"  which the elite have "warned" us of as cover. Later, they can artificially inflate food prices 400%, and usher in martial law and one world government if their plans for the EU continue to fail, then claiming, "We have simulated this exact scenario with global warming predictions, don't worry, we know exactly what to do. Just follow our instructions. The buses leave a 3AM sharp." My question, if its just an exercise, Why 395% and not a simple round figure of 400% Definitely something to watch...

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