In a mere eight years, the entire world could get reshaped by an astounding 400% increase in food prices, riots, and an oil price spike that could bring global trade to a halt.
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A report was published by The Center for Naval Analysis after a simulation was designed for officials from the US, Europe, Brazil, Africa, and India. The simulated report showed the result of a global crisis caused by “food price and supply swings amidst burgeoning population growth, rapid urbanization, severe weather events, and social unrest.”
The simulation began in the year 2020, while the world was experiencing a time of economic stability. But then, food prices steadily start to climb due to “weather-related disruptions to agricultural production.”
With disruptions to the global food supply becoming more common and severe in recent years, we have a responsibility to better understand the drivers behind these events and develop ways of preventing them. If allowed to reach the crisis stage, the effects on communities, livelihoods, and entire regions can be profound.
The events of 2007/2008 that culminated in the Arab Spring, for example, pushed an estimated 130 million people into poverty and contributed to civil unrest in more than 40 developing countries.
The trigger: a complex interplay of seemingly unrelated factors. Droughts in major grain- and cereal-producing regions. Increases in biofuel production. Long-standing structural problems.
These events serve to highlight the critical importance of understanding the interdependencies within the global food system. Food Chain Reaction is a simulation game designed to help high-level decision makers better comprehend the cascading effects of their actions on global food security.
On November 9, players walked out of 2015 and into the year 2020. As a global food crisis was unfolding before their very eyes, did they succeed in finding a path to a food-secure future?
Stay tuned, as we reveal the post-game analysis in January 2016.
As a result, global crop product drops by 1%, affecting stock prices and leading to small food price increases. By 2023, further “climate change,” and or weather manipulation in the form of droughts and heatwaves in Russia, India, China and Ukraine coincide with the cost of a barrel of oil jumping to over $100. A year later, and the problems have peaked, with all of Europe and the US affected by massive food costs – approximately up by 395%.
At this point, the world’s 7.4 billion population could be facing a dire scenario where food becomes a luxury item. It is important to note that the findings are because of a simulation, and it is simulations like this that global think tanks gather their intel for “crises” around the world.
Behind the ‘game,’ is a network and they are called The Food Chain Reaction; the results from the food crises simulation, have led to organizations around the world making changes to their outlook and agendas for the near future.
Food Chain Reaction put the fate of the world’s food supply on the shoulders of 65 private and public sector leaders. The players were transported to the year 2020 and a burgeoning global food security crisis. Over the course of two days, they collaborated, negotiated, and played out how the world would respond over the next ten years. The biggest takeaway was how their individual decisions could set off a chain reaction of effects in halls of government, boardrooms and communities around the globe.
It should also be noted, that the likes of John D. Podesta is involved with the Food Chain Reaction organization.
The Food Chain Reaction gave a statement regarding the results; ”Food security should become a bigger picture topic in foreign policy, and long-term measures need to be put into place to curb food shortages in the wake of climate change. For example, nations could choose to create cross-border carbon taxes. If action is not taken, food security will cause instability, conflict, and human migration.”
Given the recent ‘bubble’ popping of Climate change, and a looming, returning polar vortex; it is quite likely that the Club of Rome and other Satanic Globalist organizations behind climate change are using this simulation to scare the public into submission as was just recently witnessed in regards to The Paris Agreement.
Although the simulation was not produced for a definitive forecast, speculation has risen that the US government is practicing what action it will take in the face of civil warfare caused by a global famine.
The results of the simulation have jolted the United States Government into preparing for a global disaster; and if the government is preparing, shouldn’t we?