NEW - Ukraine war will have global food impact "beyond anything we've seen since World War II," says U.N. food chief.
Meanwhile, inflation in Germany jumped to 7.3% in March, the highest level since 1981.
Meanwhile, South Europe fears livestock culls as Ukraine conflict prompts feed shortage.
Meanwhile, Sri Lankan chicken feed shortage drags down eggs production by 40%, stops small farms.
Meanwhile, Arkansas joins Georgia in “bird flu” emergency. Exemptions based on fake PCR testing, thus forcing people to test their birds, ensuring the “outbreak” will continue to increase via false positives.
Meanwhile, fertilizer prices spike 43% to fresh record high as supplies tighten; rising costs of farm inputs will continue to send food prices soaring.
Meanwhile, China’s pig farmers, suffering record losses due to surging feed costs and weak hog demand, are switching to lower quality grain from pricier soymeal and even selling off assets in a bid for survival.
Meanwhile, Ukraine conflict could spark food riots in poor countries – WTO.
And so on and so forth, in a perfect storm of psyops and false flags to usher in the 4th Industrial Revolution Great Reset which is nothing more than a Depopulation and Control techofascist One World Government hell on earth.
AND meanwhile, draconian “climate change”policies are nothing more than humans are carbon based lifeforms; therefore, decarbonization = depopulation.
Do NOT comply.
In 2012, highway charges for central Tokyo were 700 yen, about $5-6 bucks. These public roads were privatized in 2005. About a million vehicles daily on this stretch of connected highways, down a bit in 2020 with covid to 856,000. All highways are tollways. From tomorrow, with a second increase, prices rise from 1,320 to 1,950. Nearly 3 times the price in 10 years. The first I heard of the upcoming increase was January, so not strictly Ukraine related. All final deliveries are by truck, so either they stay on the highways or clog the normal streets. There will of course be a knock-on effect. Supermarkets and restaurants have also announced price increases starting tomorrow.
how do you know inflation in germany is 7.3% ? the figures wont be released for a few weeks. i guess it will be this but can you link me? i live there