Abundance & Want

The world has been erasing itself faster than we are able to create what must continue to be created, to sustain life in this completely twisted place.

We have finally reached the spot where the ABUNDANCE of the planet has been stripped down to nothing more than broken professions and criminal decay so that even our sustenance itself has now become threatened by global extermination.

The current rise of everyday food costs is going up by 14 % because we have allowed feed costs to the farmers to become untenable. Farmers are now destroying their herds as the only way to survive this crime.  This will end the global availability of affordable food, anywhere in the world today. Incidently this will also cause genocide in many more nations around the world!

“The cost of feed has soared following the worst US drought in living memory. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

The mass slaughter of millions of farm animals across the world is expected to push food prices to their highest ever levels.

As well as hitting consumers’ pockets, the predicted 14% jump in food prices will also dash the Bank of England’s hopes of pushing inflation down to 2% by next year.

Farmers across the world have begun a mass slaughter of their pig and cattle herds because they cannot afford the cost of feed, which has soared following the worst US drought in living memory, according to a report published on Wednesday.” (1)

At the same time that this obscenity is taking place, there is a real-situation that should remind the entire planet of just how dangerous our failures to face our crimes have definitely become. As we weigh in on issues like the treatment of the Palestinians and all those other nations which are currently being savaged throughout the world, just to enhance illegal-profits over the ways that life was once maintained: Before we adopted the tyranny and bestiality. These policies cannot stand in what has become the real-potentiality for a global-slave-state as the only way to settle international affairs everywhere in the world right now.

Anti-Japan protests may have quieted down on the day after the anniversary of Japan’s invasion of China (which is not saying much: after disappearing for two weeks, perhaps in some Las Vegas strip club, the Chinese leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping denounced Japan’s decision to buy disputed islands “as a farce” on Wednesday and said Tokyo should “rein in its behavior”), but that does not mean anything has been resolved, and the Chinese 1000 boat armada is still supposedly on its way to the Senkakus. Elsewhere, the US foreign department may have to promptly find an anti-Buddhist hate tape made in the US, because otherwise the attack of the US ambassador Gary Locke’s car in Beijing may have to be explained using good old fashioned simmering hatred and anti-American sentiment without an actual inflammatory event. LA Times reports: “The car of the U.S. ambassador to China was surrounded by a small group of demonstrators on Tuesday, who damaged the vehicle and briefly prevented it from entering the U.S. Embassy compound in Beijing. A YouTube video of the incident showed the protesters chanting slogans such as “down with the U.S. imperialists” and, in an apparent reference to the Chinese government’s purchase of U.S. government debt, “return the money! (2)

This is a shoddy piece of reporting on a situation that actually reflects a current-live-wire in the long simmering hatred between the Chinese and the Japanese that goes far beyond the current issue over the bogus money that is exploding as this is written.

What the Japanese did to China before the US even got involved in WWII, is reflected by the current racial history in what is happening to Palestinians and to other nationalities throughout the Middle-East and Africa—as current policy clearly shows.

“SHENYANG/BEIJING – New waves of anti-Japan protests erupted in Chinese cities as citizens commemorated the 81st anniversary of the Japanese invasion of northeast China and mourned the war dead on Tuesday.

“What happened here 81 years ago was painful and unforgettable for every Chinese person,” said a man who gave his surname as Zhang, in Dalian, a port city in northeast Liaoning Province. “We have to be on alert, given the recent provocations by the Japanese government over the Diaoyu Islands.”

On Sept 18, 1931, Japanese troops blew up a section of the railway under its control near Shenyang, then accused Chinese troops of sabotage as a pretext for war. They then bombarded the barracks of the Chinese troops near Shenyang the same evening, starting a large-scale armed invasion of northeast China.

Four months later, Japanese troops occupied 1.28 million kilometers of Chinese territory in northeast China, an area 3.5 times the land mass of Japan.

The incident was followed by Japan’s full-scale invasion of China and the rest of Asia, and triggered the 14-year War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression.

In the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, hundreds of protestors expressed their strong opposition to the Japanese government’s so-called “purchase” of the Diaoyu Islands near the city’s Japanese consulate general, shouting, “All Chinese unite” and “Japanese militarism must surrender.”

In central China’s Henan province, more than 1,000 people joined anti-Japan demonstrations in the provincial capital Zhengzhou. Some waved national flags and banners, shouting “Don’t forget national humiliation,” “Safeguard the Diaoyu Islands,” and “Defend national sovereignty.”

In north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, about 10,000 people joined demonstrations in Hohhot and Baotou. “We want to clearly tell the world our stance. We want to announce that the Diaoyu Islands belong to China and nothing can stop us from defending our sovereignty,” a young man leading the group shouted.” (3)

The Chinese people did not forget, just as none of those nations that we have so cavalierly slaughtered will never forget—what we have done to billions of people the world over. So regardless of what any outlaw states have chosen  to do to millions of innocent people; there will be RESPONSIBILITIES that must be answered for—no matter how we try and disguise the crimes we have all been complicit in creating, over the last one-hundred years.

The destruction of the global food supply is but one symbolic response to the global-DEPRESSION, which was created by the same people that have designed the entire charade being used to hide the crimes of the current version of the Money-changers; who want to believe that can actually control by rearranging the entire planet over the farce of a global-money-supply which has already been wiped out. Despite this fact, that loss has not yet reached the implosion stage that will end it all—while so many still ignore the end of everything as the planet moves toward nuclear winter.

The world has lost its very real HUMAN-SPIRIT, without which nothing can ever truly succeed, no matter who administers whichever pack-of-lies just to steal more of that which was never earned by global-outlaws. Whenever any country decides to live without laws, and chooses to become lawless by nature—then the balance is upended and no solution can work until the balance can be restored.

Gerald Celente has some very cogent thoughts on this unthinkable situation and he should be listened to in his entirety. This comment is dated Sept. 18, 2012.  His comments mirror many of the things mentioned yesterday in my comments concerning “Face the Facts” (4)

There was also this addendum to the above article
Against the Barbaric Crimes of Israel – 11 min 40 sec video

Inch by inch the world is waking up to what has happened to this planet, and it is now time to begin to resist by realizing that “NO” is a powerful word and that this cabal can be resisted once people actually begin to use the “NO” and to mean everything which that means—In the global struggle to take back the planet.

Jim Kirwan

1) Mass slaughter of farm animals set to push food prices up by 14%

2) Chinese Protestors Chant “Down with US Imperialists”, attack car of US Ambassador in Beijing

3) Invasion anniversary marked amid anti-Japan protests (81 years)

4) The college industrial complex is a criminal operation – 25 min video

 

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