by Anders

15 February 2011
from Euro-Med Website




Famine is a ticking time bomb now.


Worldwide starvation is increasing, so that today approximately 15% of the world's population go to bed hungry. There are many explanations like climatic changes not due to a non-existent global warming.


There is a growing suspicion that the U.S.' and Russia's HAARP facilities are in play - as declared in the U.S. Airforce study released in 1996, “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025” - including using HAARP.

Additionally, particularly in Africa, widespread land purchase/leasing by foreign states and private speculators (Rothschild, George Soros) abroad is taking place, native farmers being displaced from their century-old family farms - and the agricultural products are exported to the markets with the highest prices and the landbuyers' countries.



Worldwide, bees are dying because of virus or pesticides.


Although it has not yet reduced food production significantly it is dangerous, because 1/3 of global food production depends on pollination.


Moreover bleak outlook for the coming harvest and a weak dollar raise food prices. Studies show that it is not production that is causing problems so far. With the available technology, 9 billion people can be fed, if technology is used. No, the problem is that food prices, especially for wheat and corn, have doubled over the last 1/2 year.


This has led to rebellions in North Africa - and Israel, too, is now seeing discontent in her population. So both there and in the Arab countries, governments try to keep food prices down, what they cannot afford for long.


With poor people, a strong sense of injustice done by dictatorial governments is emerging - apparently vigorously supported by the USA/CIA and in Egypt by the Muslim Brotherhood, too.


The U.S. Council on Foreign Relations puts it this way:

We need world government to control food supply, Henry Kissinger's old food weapon (1974).

But who is the real force behind the rising food prices?


The Rothschild Bank, Goldman Sachs, who helped Greece out with large loans in return for its main sources of income + 300 million dollars to the bank so that Greece could join the euro on the sly, had the brilliant idea to buy futures on huge quantities of wheat at 3 -6 dollars a bushel. And they continued to buy and prolong futures so that they and their accomplices were sitting on 64% of wheat futures in the U.S.


They waited while the ensuing demand shock in this artificial scarcity market raised the price to $ 25 per bushel. Furthermore, they introduced “replication”:


They invested their thus acquired huge gains in more wheat, where they can hold a quantity of wheat at e.g. $ 100 by only investing $ 5. With the remaining $ 95 they can act similarly. These ruthless illuminati have thus earned trillions of dollars on the world’s poor being unable to afford to buy staple grains. They are believed to have added a further 250 million to the number of the starving.


The Illuminati core are devout followers of the Talmud, the book of the Pharisees, that calls on Jews to deceive and kill Christians and other goyim - like the Koran, which owes much to the Talmud. Therefore, these self-appointed rulers of the world together with their bought stooges have an extensive depopulation program.


It is against this backdrop that famine has to be seen - as well as being a means of personal enrichment, agitation and revolutions, which,

“can only be stopped by a world government.”


The American Dream:

Global weather patterns have gone haywire over the past 12 months, and this is putting immense pressure on a global food system that was already on the verge of a major breakdown.


Food stockpiles all over the world are disturbingly low. Right now a desperate scramble for food is beginning.


Prices for staples such as wheat, corn and soybeans are absolutely soaring, and the UN is projecting that they will continue to rise rapidly throughout 2011.

  1. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. corn reserves will drop to a 15 year low by the end of 2011

  2. The United Nations says that the global price of food hit another new all-time high in the month of January

  3. The price of corn has doubled in the past six months

  4. The price of wheat has roughly doubled since the middle of 2010

  5. According to Forbes, the price of soybeans is up about 50% since last June

  6. The United Nations is projecting that the global price of food will increase by another 30 percent by the end of 2011

  7. Due to all of the unprecedented flooding, the winter wheat crop in Australia has been absolutely devastated

  8. This winter Brazil was hit by some of the worst flooding that nation has ever seen. This has substantially hampered food production in that country

  9. Russia, one of the largest wheat producers on the entire globe, is still feeling the effects of last summer’s scorching temperatures. In fact, Russia is actually importing wheat this winter to sustain its cattle herds

  10. China is busy preparing for a “severe, long-lasting drought” that is projected to have a huge impact on several provinces. In fact, Chinese state media says that the eastern province of Shandong is dealing with the worst drought it has seen in 200 years

  11. It appears that Chinese imports of corn will be about 9 times larger than the U.S. Department of Agriculture originally projected them to be for 2011

  12. Approximately 1 billion people around the world go to bed hungry each night.

  13. Somewhere in the world someone starves to death every 3.6 seconds, and 75 percent of those are children under the age of five

  14. As food has become increasingly scarce around the world, many companies have started using whatever kinds of “fillers” that they can think of in their “food” products.

For example, Raw Story is reporting that some companies in China have actually been mass producingfake rice” that is made partly of plastic. According to one Chinese Restaurant Association official, eating three bowls of this fake rice is the equivalent of consuming an entire plastic bag.

Ellen Brown, Kopp Verlag 8, Febr. 2011:

  • According to the Associated Press about 40 per cent of people in Egypt live at the the World Bank defined poverty limit of less than two dollars a day.

  • According to estimates by analysts, the inflation of food prices in Egypt is currently at an unsustainable 17 percent a year.

  • In poorer countries, people have to spend 60 to 80 percent of their income on food, as compared with in only 10 to 20 percent in developed countries.

  • If the price of a gallon (about four liters) of milk or a loaf of bread for the Americans goes up by about a dollar, then such an increase for people in Egypt and other countries means starvation.



Consequences of the developing famine


  1. Time and again it has been postulated that the North African revolutions are due to high food prices and hunger.

  2. ANSAmed 10 Febr. 2011: Faced with growing popular discontent over rises in the cost of living and with a general strike on the horizon, Israel’s Premier Benyamin Netanyahu has today announced measures to soften the impact of price increases on low and medium-income households. The cost of living and of purchasing power, have been seriously hit over past months by price increases of 10% (for bread) to as much as 134% (for water) .



  3. ANSAmed 7 Febr. 2011:The governors of the Arab countries have started to launch several measures in an attempt to absorb the anger of the people. For example, they have increased their expenditure to contain energy and food prices. The leaders have little room for manoeuvre due to the deficit of the national budgets and the negative forecasts on the Arab markets.

  4. The Council on Foreign Relations 4 Febr. 2011: Food prices are skyrocketing across the world, and last month, they peaked to the highest levels since the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization began indexing them in 1990. In the Middle East, wheat prices are playing a role in the ongoing unrest, particularly in Egypt, the world’s largest wheat importer.


    Laurie Garrett, CFR’s senior fellow for global health, says the rising prices of staple grains in the region are adding to a “real sense of anger and injustice.” The food price crisis, she says, is “a destabilizing moment in terms of global governance“.


    In early 2008, key rice-producing countries, particularly in Southeast Asia, [decided] to hoard their supplies, not share in the global marketplace.

So, 1 bn People, i.e. 15% of mankind, is starving. Why are food prices increasing drastically?


  1. Climate

    Above climate is said to be putting immense pressure on a global food system that was already on the verge of a major breakdown.


    Drought in China and Russia, flooding in Australia as many times before - not due to inexistent global warming and here - but it may be due to HAARP weapon activity, as maintained by Russian scientists, while China accused the US of causing a big HAARP earthquake in China.


    In fact, the US Airforce has issued a study, “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025” - by means of HAARP.


    This is what The Press 21 Jan. 2011 writes:


    • “The true purpose of HAARP is to create new weapons of mass destruction in order to destabilize environmental and agricultural systems in targeted countries.”


    This below video shows how the sky looked over Sichuan for 30 min. before the great earthquake there in 2008 - an electromagnetic phenomenon, which may also emanate from the ground.







    In Mexico 80-100 % of rice and vegetable crops have been lost due to big freeze - making prices skyrocket, also in the US.


  2. Farmland speculation

    As previously described on this blog extensive expropriation of farmland abroad by states like Libya, China, Saudi Arabia etc. as well as by speculators like the Rothschilds and their agent, George Soros, is taking place


  3. Bees are dying

    Almost a third of global farm output depends on animal pollination, largely by honey bees (The Telegraph 6 Febr. 2011). The agri-business lender Rabobank said the numbers of US bee colonies failing to survive each winter has risen to 30% to 35% from an historical norm of 10%. The rate is 20% or higher in much of Europe, and the same pattern is emerging in Latin America and Asia. It is unknown whether this is due to a virus or pesticides. So far agricultural production has not been severely affected.


  4. Worsening of the outlook for crops in key producing countries - FAO Nov. 2010

    Another leading factor has been the weakening of the United States Dollar (US Dollar) from mid-September, which continues to sustain the prices of nearly all agricultural and non-agricultural traded commodities. As FAO's graphs show, the problem is not decreasing production - but increasing prices.


  5. The psychological factor The Council on Foreign relations 31 Jan. 2011:


    • “If politicians simply embrace the efficiency of the market, public feelings of injustice may cause more trouble than the volatile price of food itself. For the most part, the planet’s 700 million-900 million hungry people have suffered in silence.”

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, warned of mass starvation and other “dire consequences” if food prices were allowed to rise too high:

“As we know... those kinds of questions sometimes end in war.”

Moral outrage is a common theme in the history of food riots.


How Goldman Sachs'/ Rothschild's irresponsible speculations drove wheat prices up by 500%

Ellen Brown, Kopp Verlag 8, Febr. 2011:

In a revealing article in Harper’s Magazine from July 2010, Frederick Kaufman wrote in an article:

“The food bubble: How Wall Street was able to unpunished drive Millions into starvation”

“In the year 1991 Goldman Sachs decided that our daily bread presented an excellent investment…

Kaufman declared this innovation on 16 July in an interview on the U.S. radio program Democracy Now:

  1. With Goldman… the idea of the Commodity Index Fund was born, so they were actually able to accumulate tremendous amounts of cash for themselves… Instead of buy or sell orders, they simply began a. to buy, buy, buy wheat and to prolong futures into new futures. They accumulated this unprecedented mountain of long futures for wheat.


    This accumulation led to b. a “demand shock” in the markets… In this case, Goldman and other banks had created this completely artificial demand for wheat, which drove prices up. Hard Red wheat is normally traded at 3 to 6 dollars per bushel. The price rose to 25 dollars a bushel… Paradoxically, 2008 was the year with the biggest wheat harvest in history…


  2. The other monstrosity is… ”Replication”… Let’s suppose, you wished me to invest for you at the wheat market. You give me 100 dollars into my hand… I would be to invest these 100 dollars in the wheat market. But that’s not necessary. It is sufficient if I invest $ 5… With these five dollars I can hold a 100-dollar position.


    So now I still have 95 of your dollars… Goldman and all the other banks have invested hundreds of billions of dollars in very conservative investments… and now that they have for hundreds of billions of T-Bills, they can invest them into trillions of dollars…


    Then they take this trillion of dollars, they pass on to their day traders and tell them: ‘Come on, guys. Make it the most lucrative business.' So, while billions of people are Blankenfein-goldman-sachsstarving, they are using the money to generate billions of dollars for their own accounts.”


Lloyd Blankfein

CEO of Goldman Sachs


Texe Marr 24 Sept. 2009:

The official records of ownership show that, while much of Goldman Sachs' stock is owned by the public, a controlling share is in private hands, held by a consortium, or pool, of just 221 persons. The chief owner, however, is Lord Jacob Rothschild, and he and other Rothschild family members dominate the consortium which reigns over the planet’s Money Power.

Goldman Sachs is its nucleus and tornadic eye and Mr. Blankfein is the servant and deputy of Lord Rothschild, the fourth Baron of the Rothschild Dynasty.


Mr. Blankfein:

“I’m doing God’s work.”

Indeed, he is doing “God’s Work;” that is, if we agree with the famed nineteenth century German Jewish writer and philosopher Heinrich Heine, who wryly observed,

“Money is the god of the Jews, and Rothschild is his prophet.”

Other researchers share this explanation for the food crisis.


In an article written in July 2010, entitled “How Goldman Gambled on Starvation,” the journalist Johann Hari observed:

“In late 2006, the worldwide rise in food prices began.


A year later, the price of wheat had increased by 80%, the price of corn by 90%, and the price of rice by 320 %. In more than 30 countries there were food riots, 200 million people were threatened by malnutrition or even starvation. Suddenly, in the spring of 2008, prices for foods fell back to the previous level as if by magic. Jean Ziegler, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, spoke of a “silent mass murder”.


Some economists say the increases are due to the growing demand of the middle class in China and India and the increasing use of corn for ethanol production. But according to Prof. Jayati Ghosh of The Center for Economic Studies in New Delhi, the demand from these countries during the same period has declined by as much as 3%.


The International Grain Council said the world’s wheat production has increased, while prices have been increased. Acc. to Kaufman the food bubble has increased the number of hungry people in the world by 250 million.

US Securities and Exchange Commission 16 April 2010:

The SEC today charged Goldman, Sachs & Co. and one of its vice presidents for defrauding investors by misstating and omitting key facts about a financial product tied to subprime mortgages as the U.S. housing market was beginning to falter. The SEC alleges that Goldman Sachs structured and marketed a synthetic collateralized debt obligation (CDO).


Goldman Sachs failed to disclose to investors vital information about the CDO.

“The product was new and complex but the deception and conflicts are old and simple.”

Investors… are alleged to have lost more than $1 billion.

But also the drive for one world governance behind world famine.

The Council on Foreign Relations 31 Jan. 2011:

In the absence of viable forms of global governance in food and drug manufacture and trade, the risk to public safety is rising all over the world.


So is overpopulation of the planet the problem?

The Independent 18 Jan. 2011 Dominic Lawson:

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers published “Population: One Planet, Too Many People?”

The institution answered its own question in the negative.


As the report’s lead author, Dr Tim Fox, pointed out:

“We can meet the challenge of feeding a planet of 9 billion people through the application of existing technologies”.

For example, Dr Fox pointed out, in Africa, no less than half the food produced is destroyed before it reaches its local marketplace: with refrigeration and good roads, the developing world could avoid this horrendous waste.

This year National Geographic magazine is making population its theme.


It quoted Hania Zlotnik, the director of the UN’s Population Division, saying:

“We still don’t understand why fertility has gone down so fast in so many societies, so many cultures and religions. At this moment, much as I want to say there’s still a problem of high fertility rates, it’s only about 16 per cent of the world’s population, mostly in Africa.”

The most fashionable of all arguments for some sort of global anti-natalist legislation comes in the form of professed concern for the atmosphere - too many people produce too much CO2, thus damaging the planet via climate change.


Yet Joel Cohen, the professor of populations at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, told National Geographic:

“Those who say the whole problem is population are wrong. Population is not even the dominant factor.”



Goldman Sachs’ merits are many and long. A year ago, it emerged that the bank had robbed Greece of huge sums in return for a credit that secured the actually insolvent Greece a fraudulent entry into the euro zone in return for the Greek government’s important income sources + 300 million dollars for the bank!


How do they get away with it?

Very simple. You hire the best people,” as the say at Carnegie's - and that includes former US Treasurer and former Goldman Sachs boss, Hank Paulson, who enriched his old firm and Rothschild with a bail-out of 13 bn US taxpayer dollars for its fraud!

Ruthless Illuminati are sacrificing mankind to grab money and power for their one world government and here - at the same time pursuing their global depopulation program and here and here and here.


And mankind puts up with these 6.000 superrich people and their minions, obey their rotten morals, slave for them, die for them in Afghanistan, Iraq etc. That is the real misery of mankind. When will the start to comply with their own slogan: Order out of chaos?


Hardly until they have created total chaos - then to construct their Agenda 21 alias Orwells 1984 for the few survivors.