Saturday, January 15, 2011

Earth Changes: Ophiuchus, Sirius, Perpetual Chaos & ET Disclosure?! UPDATE: The Perfect Crisis and Pres. Obama's Deviously Evil Plans?!

As the tales of chaos, destruction and mayhem continues worldwide, the country of Brazil has come to symbolize the impact of the massive and unimaginable devastation caused by the torrential summer rains. In a 24-hour period over 250 people died after flooding and landslides in the state of Rio de Janeiro sweeping mercilessly through towns, mountain villages and highways, leaving nearly 20,000 homeless and elevating the death toll beyond 500. This has now become the worst natural disaster in the country's history.

There is an increasing fear of a rising death toll, given the massive mudslides in these heavily damaged mountains, the inability of rescue workers to reach there quickly and the continuous downpour of rain.

Several experts are declaring, given the magnetic shifts in the poles, that Brazil will be designated as the new north pole, following the full rotation of the coming pole shift.

In the land down under, forecasters are warning that rains could last until March in Australia, adding more problems to the misery caused by the inland tsunami and flood waters that wrecked havoc across Queensland. But now, there is a new worry:


Google Map of Flooding in Australia.
Australia's third-largest city started cleaning up stinking mud and debris yesterday after some of the worst floods on record, but forecasters have now warned a cyclone could hit. Many suburbs in Queensland's capital Brisbane remained submerged after floodwaters inundated the riverside city on Thursday and 26 people have been killed across Australia's northeast since the floods started last month. The military have been mobilised to tackle the huge clean-up operation but the weather bureau has warned the threat of cyclones and fresh rains would last until March. A cyclone forming in the Coral Sea, which had threatened the coast, had begun moving north into the Pacific, said state premier Anna Bligh. 'We'll keep watching it, but maybe our luck is about to change,' she said. The flooding, which started before Christmas, continued in other areas of Queensland, with the 6,000 residents of Goondiwindi, south west of Brisbane, facing a record flood. As the country's wild weather continued, police evacuated communities in neighboring New South Wales state overnight as flooding threatened the border towns of Boggabilla and Toomelah. Torrential rain in Victoria state also led to evacuations in Halls Gap and Glenorchy, northwest of Melbourne, with a flood peak expected on Friday morning. Ms Bligh, who has described Brisbane as looking like a war zone, said officials are 'right in the middle of the emergency response'. 'Right now we are still rescuing people, we are still evacuating people,' she said. 'We need to brace ourselves, when this goes down and its going down quite quickly, it's going to stink - an unbearable stench.' - Daily Mail
Empty supermarkets as flooding across Australia.
Officials say that it could take several years to rebuild back Australia's third largest city, Brisbane. The flooding has resulted in loss of billions of dollars due to no production and exports in food, coal and aluminum. The cyclone that is expected to hit with wind gusts of up to 140 kilometres per hour, also shutdown five mines in New Caledonia today. The mines account for 4 percent of the world's nickel production. New Caledonia is sandwiched between Tahiti and Australia, and is home to a quarter of the world's known nickel reserves.

Severe weather is raising the cost of raw materials, potentially fueling inflation in the industrial heartlands of Asia, which rely on the commodities to produce steel, generate power and make everything from bathroom fixtures to airplanes. The price of steel making coal from Australia has jumped 35 percent since flooding caused by monsoon rains just before Christmas idled nearly 50 mines in Queensland state, while London Metal Exchange-traded nickel has risen 8 percent since Monday to an eight-month high of $25,999 on Thursday... In Australia, Sydney-based UBS analyst Scott Haslem forecast the floods would wipe out up to 1 percent of economic growth over the fourth quarter of 2010 and first quarter of 2011 owing to the drop in coal exports and lost activity. But a return to normal could take even longer. - Reuters
In a recent report for the New York Times, Joel Kirkland, Lauren Morello and Dina Maron of Climate Wire indicates that the floods in Australia will deliver a direct boost to soaring food and energy prices.
Flooding in Australia has roiled Asia-Pacific markets for coal, cotton, wheat and sugar. If weather events are increasingly disastrous in the world's bread baskets, global warming could result in a familiar and worsening pattern: periodic collisions between Asia's seemingly limitless demand for goods and the world's supply of basic agricultural and energy commodities. That could send average commodity prices significantly higher, limiting economic growth and, perhaps, affecting the appetite for burning coal. IHS Global Insight predicted yesterday that the floods would trim at least two-tenths of a percent off of Australia's projected 2011 gross domestic product. Queensland is the largest exporter of coal for making steel. Nearly all of the mines are closed, and seaborne coal prices are approaching record highs. The biggest jolt to world commodity prices probably hasn't hit yet, said IHS economist Bree Neff. "They've pushed out most of the stockpiles," she said, referring to coal, grain and sugar stored at the coastal ports. The rest is trapped inland, where the floods have held up rail deliveries. "In the next few weeks, we'll see a lot more disruptions to prices."... The heavy rains have left an indelible mark on the nation's wheat industry, the world's fourth-largest exporter of that crop... Still, investors are worried, and their fears are playing out in future prices. Wheat prices increased yesterday morning at the Chicago Board of Trade, surpassing $7.78 a bushel, a five-week high.
Market and commodities experts at The Financial Times believes that the world is stepping closer to a food price shock, following a major cut in stock forecasts for key crops by the the U.S. government, pushing corn and soybean prices to their highest levels in over 30 months.
The price jump comes after the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation warned last week that the world could see repetition of the 2008 food crisis if prices rose further. The trend is becoming a major concern in developing countries.  
To make matters worst, Russia has decided to extend its export ban, extending it from August of last year, to an indefinite period in 2011. Russia is valued as one of the world's largest exporters of wheat, supplying millions of people around the world with staples like bread and other similar products.

As the effects from the weather conditions escalates and social unrest envelope the world in places like Chile, Tunisia, and Algeria; the death toll from drug-related violence in Mexico has now risen to nearly 35,000 over the last four years. Over 15,000 lives was taken last year in the wars with the drug cartels and many believe that this fighting, killing and mayhem could cut across the American border in 2011. Addressing a group of anti-crime groups, President Calderon acknowledged Thursday that 2010 had been "a year of extreme violence." The president added that his government "was aware that it was going through a very difficult time on security issues." With the massive foreclosure and record bank repossession of homes, the request for secession of states, increased violence against politicians and prominent officials, and the rapid decline in the U.S. economy under the Obama administration; it is not hard to see how this could become a reality soon. Just this week, legislators in at least ten states across America, introduced bills to allow state commerce to be conducted with gold and silver instead of the dollar. A clear sign of the handwriting on the wall, for the imminent collapse of the dollar. And, with that, perhaps the American society.

It is an altered terrain. A new paradigm. It would be wise to realize that cataclysmic weather conditions and chaotic climatic patterns will have a destructive effect on the lives of the global citizenry.


Just east of Australia, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit the Loyalty Islands yesterday. The quake struck at 135 kilometres south of the Vanuatu region and was 6 kilometres deep according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). As I mentioned previously, the Vanuatu region has been hit by a swarm of earthquakes over the last couple of months. Several aftershocks with magnitudes over 5 magnitude occurred following the initial event, indicating that activity in that area could persist in the coming days.

Mount Etna.
In Italy, the Mount Etna volcano continue to spews plumes of ash and lava forcing authorities to close airports briefly during the night. It has been prophesied that if the volcano erupts and causes severe damage to Italy and Europe, then it will signify the earthquake activity for places northern California and the New Madrid fault line.

In the Philippines, sustained heavy rains and floods in the central and southern regions have killed 42 people and damaged crops and infrastructure, worth more than 23 billion Philippine dollars.

Floods and landslides caused by more than two weeks of heavy rains in late December and January have displaced nearly 400,000 people, Benito Ramos, head of the government's disaster agency, told reporters on Thursday. Most of the dead either drowned or were buried by mudslides, Ramos said. Five people are still missing, including three fisherman. About a third of the country's 80 provinces had been affected by the rains, which have destroyed roads and bridges, small rice and corn farms and houses made of light materials, Ramos said. - ABS-CBN
As the rains and flooding continues, so does the bird and fish die-off. In the latest bizarre twist of this ongoing phenomena, hundreds of fishes was found dead in a pond in Manchester, England yesterday.

Dead fish in Manchester.
Experts say the freezing weather caused the deaths. Nature lover Stuart Hall, 60, spotted the fish in the pond on Chudleigh Close, Stockport, during a walk near his home. The 500 fish - many thought to be large bream and pike - were set in the ice on the pond. Mr Hall, of Mostyn Road, Hazel Grove, said he was worried the water may be poisoned. He said: "I was shocked, it was awful to see all that life just gone. It's like the 'birds dropping from the trees' scenario, but on a much larger scale. "When you love nature and the countryside it's heartbreaking. There is no sign of life here whatsoever - not one duck." - The Mirror

In Sri Lanka, over 325,000 persons have been forced out of their homes due to widespread flooding, that has affected more than a million people with mudslides, landslides and heavy rain. According to the government, 23 people are already confirmed dead with hundreds declared missing. Food and medical supplies are currently running low in many areas and a real concern is emerging about the rise in diseases like typhoid and diarrhoea, with tens of thousands in need of urgent aide.

In Fiji, the continuous rainfall has left its western and eastern regions flooded causing traffic jams and highway closures, leaving people stranded. In Indonesia, the rare and extreme weather conditions have damaged hundreds of houses and left countless persons homeless. According to the Natural Disaster Management Agency (BNPD), the East Nusa Tenggara island of Flores experienced high waves similar to the inland tsunami in Australia, that was estimated to reach as high as 100 metres, swepting away over 20 houses in the Nangahale village. The extreme weather in Kupang is expected to continue over the next couple of weeks.
Shiyin and neighbors look at the sinkhole.

The case of weather anomalies and high strangeness continues in China, where another mysterious sinkhole opened up in the vegetable garden of the home of Zhang Shiyin, in the Shuangshan Village of the Leshan City in the Sichuan Province. The sinkhole measured 20 metres in diameter, ominously threatening Shiyin's house as it slowly increases in depth and width. Over the past year or so, China has witnessed numerous sinkholes opening up all over the country, at times with a rich mixture of red mud bleeding and streaming out onto the streets of cities and towns.

Several weeks ago, I highlighted the fantastically stunning story from the CBC, out of the High Arctic, where winter was seen as much lighter as the climatic conditions got warmer.
"We still have a daylight and there's still blue, green, red down there — there's sun sign still," said Zipporah Ootooq Aronsen, who lives in Resolute Bay, Nunavut. "It's not usually like that." People in Resolute Bay now sometimes see a distant island that in the past was only visible during daylight hours. "It never happened like that before," Aronsen said. "Now we can see it once in a while, when it's a clear day."
In a follow-up to that story, I found a more recent report, where residents in Greenland are declaring that the Sun has arrived two days earlier than before.


It usually rises on January 13th but for some reason rose on 1/11/11 this year. Inhabitants from the area appeared worried when witnessing the strange phenomenon. "The sun is not supposed to be here until January 13th, something isn't right" a 74 year old local reported to KBR radio. Some scientist believe the melting of ice sheets is what caused the phenomenon. "The constellation of the stars has not changed and if it did the data of Earth's axis and rotation would be monitored minute by minute all over the world," said Wolfgang Lenhardt, head of the geophysics department at the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG). Thomas Posch from the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Vienna suggested the observation was due to a change in the local horizon and was accelerated by melting ice sheets. Lenhardt also stated it could be an atmospheric phenomenon. One thing is certain, the event continues to baffle scientists who have struggled to come up with an explanation. - SOTT
If that doesn't leave you in utter wonderment, then this probably will - it turns out that astronomers from the Minnesota Planetarium Society have decided to add a thirteenth sign, Ophiuchus, to the original 12 signs of the Zodiac due to a detection of a monumental change in the moon's gravitational pull on the Earth in relationship to its axis. As a result, here are the new classifications:


Capricorn: January 20 - February 16, Aquarius: February 16 - March 11, Pisces: March 11 - April 18, Aries: April 18 - May 13, Taurus: May 13 - June 21, Gemini: June 21 - July 20, Cancer: July 20 - August 10, Leo: August 10 - September 16, Virgo: September 16 - October 30, Libra: October 30 - November 23, Scorpio: November 23 - November 29, Ophiuchus: November 29 - December 17,  and Sagittarius: December 17 - January 20.

"When [astrologers] say that the sun is in Pisces, it's really not in Pisces," Parke Kunkle, a board member of the Minnesota Planetarium Society... Ophuchicus, or the snake holder, was ejected from the charts when the Zodiac was codified at the 12 we know of today, to align it more accurately with the calendar. And Libra didn't come into things until Julius Caesar's time,... Seeing stars yet? It all comes down to the 26,000-year precession of the planets through space, he said, noting that a variety of gravitational forces have changed the position of the planets in the sky over time. Bottom line, the astrological forecasts we've all been turning to may -- gasp! -- not be accurate at all,... - FOXNews
In a previous article on the "Occultification" of the Sirius Star System, the "Serpent Gods" and the Devolution of Man, I drew your attention to the precession of the equinox in-order to qualify a point that our Solar System is in a binary alignment with Sirius. Is it possible that scientists, astrologers and astronomers will finally wake up to that reality? The recognition of Ophiuchus, the serpent tamer, is definitely pointing towards full acceptance of that emerging reality and an indication of the imminent convergence between Sol and Sirius, since Ophiuchus represents the black hole or heart of the Milky Way when Sol, our Sun is in perfect alignment with Sirius and the centre of the Universe. What is referred to as "Hunab Ku" by the ancient Mayans. The end of age and start of the next. In perfect resonance with precession.

Speaking of convergence, I have often said that these signs are fundamentally pointing towards the revealing or disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence. In the Kemetic history of Africa, Ophiuchus is seen as the definitive key, along with Sirius to unlocking the mysteries and knowledge of the future. Could this astrological adjustment points towards this manifestation? The former NORAD officer, the late Stanley A. Fulham, author of the landmark book Challenges of Change predicted that extraterrestrials from a Galactic Council of 8, called Transcendors would appear over Russia during the beginning weeks of January of this year, as part of an accelerated strategy to intervene and save Earth's environment. Fulham also declared that beings from Sirius are part of this galactic group. Now, from January 3 to January 12, a series of strangely unidentified objects appeared over the day and night skies over Moscow, have a look at the following video playlist of these objects captured by fellow Youtube member, Oleg Tarabanov.

On the heels of the announcement that scientists from the Royal Society, in collaboration with the United Nations, will be endorsing the study of the societal consequences of extraterrestrial life; comes news that world business leaders will be gathering in the Saudi Arabia to discuss UFOs and extraterrestrial life under the umbrella of the Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF). With the the following conference title: "Contact: Learning from Outer Space" as a header, the panel will feature prominent physicist and UFO researcher Stanton Friedman, the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku and the former employee of the UK's Ministry of Defense Nick Pope, among other luminaries.
Psychological and socio-cultural assumptions and preconceptions constrain us to a large extent, and shape our views of the universe so that we are inclined to find what we are looking for, and fail to see what we are not. Using knowledge gained from research in the fields of Ufology and the search for extraterrestrial life, what might we possibly learn about hindrances to innovation in other areas of inquiry? - GCF Panel.  
If you consider the unprecedented nature of the Earth changes; the prophecies and predictions for a cataclysmic end of the world scenario; the anxious wait for the arrival of a messianic entity from organized religions, cults, groups and ancient mythologies; the paradigm shift and upheavals in global politics and economics; and the global conscious awakening - then there can be no doubt that we are rapidly converging towards the realization and revelation of a single monumental narrative - encompassing, subsuming and syncretizing everything in its wake.

Can you feel it?

UPDATE: The Perfect Crisis and Pres. Obama's Deviously Evil Plans?!

More tales of cataclysmic chaos, as we continue to document the relentless Earth changes:

According to the following MSNBC report, a paralysis virus has killed millions of crickets across North America.


The cricket paralysis virus has disrupted supplies to pet shops across North America as a handful of operators have seen millions of their insects killed. Some operations have gone bankrupt and others have closed indefinitely until they can rid their facilities of the virus. Cricket farms started in the 1940s as a source of fish bait, but the bulk of sales now are to pet supply companies, reptile owners and zoos, although people also eat some. Most U.S. farms are in the South, but suppliers from Pennsylvania to California also raise crickets. The virus had swept through European cricket farms in 2002. It was first noticed in 2009 in the U.S. and Canada.
In the Iranian sector of the Caspian Sea, a massive fish death was recorded by the Iranian Gulistan Province's Nature Conservation Department.

Mass death of fish in the Caspian Sea is recorded on the west coast of the Gulistan Province. A large number of dead mullet have washed ashore, reported. "An analysis of samples taken from dead fish was carried out, and now we are waiting for their results," Jafarnejad said. The Gulistan Province is located in northeastern Iran. The center of the province is the Gurgan city. In recent years, such cases are observed in various places around the world. Scientists suggest that the causes of the recent events may be a global disaster or testing of biological weapons. - Trend.
In Brazil, the worst natural disaster in its history continues with over 500 deaths and thousands trapped under 16 feet deep mudslides. With 7 cities destroyed, the situation is critical as thousands are without food or water, basic services, phones or electricity.

More than 500 people are now known to have died in floods in south-eastern Brazil, the country's worst natural disaster for several decades. Heavy rain has led to massive mudslides hitting several towns, resulting in thousands being made homeless. Police say the number of dead is likely to rise further. The death toll has now surpassed the devastating 1967 mudslides in Caraguatatuba, Sao Paulo state, in which up to 430 people perished. Rescue workers will resume searching for survivors in the mountainous Serrana region, north of Rio de Janeiro, later on Friday. Many spent Thursday scrabbling with their bare hands through debris. On her visit to the area, President Dilma Rousseff promised a shipment of seven tonnes of medicines. In the Campo Grande area of Teresopolis, which was earlier cut off, rescuers found people pulling bodies from the mud. In the neighbouring town of Petropolis, local resident Nelson Toledo told the BBC that some areas "had been completely devastated" by the floods and mudslides.
He said "thousands" of people remained trapped in their homes. - BBC.
In Indonesia, the flooding continues to spread across 23 villages in Pati in Central Java, submerging them with water of up to two metres high.

The floods that soak 23 villages in Pati, Central Java, widespread, Friday. Floods caused by overflowing Juwana time and unable to withstand heavy rains continue to fall. Flood makes the whole house residents in the Hamlet Biteng, Village Banjarsari, Pati, submerged. This makes the activities of local people affected. In fact, if there are people who want to exit the village, they must use boats. Water level had reached 1.5 meters. Citizens expect government to provide relief for flood victims from shortage of food. While in Takalar, South Sulawesi, the constant rain flushed the area to make hundreds of homes and hundreds of hectares of rice fields submerged. The area worst hit village of Pattene, Kammi Village, and Village of Tana-tana. According to residents, the flood reached two meters. Flooding also paralyze traffic in the village. - Berita.
Drought in North China.
Across the world, along the Caribbean coast, Honduran officials have evacuated over 2,000 people following a consistent deluge of heavy rains over the last two days. According to USA Today, Civil Defense Chief Lisandro Rosales says the Taujica River has overflowed its banks, damaging some homes in northern provinces. He adds that about 5,000 people in Colon province were stranded when a bridge was knocked out by floodwaters. In Malaysia, over 3000 persons were displaced when seasonal floods hit its northern regions, killing two teenagers, closing schools and business places.

In contrast, in northern China, the province of Hebei is suffering from a 45-day drought that is affecting the lives and livelihood of the residents and the farming community. Northern China has not seen rain or snow since October last year, despite cold air waves.

As countries like Indonesia, the Philippines and Australia continue to get inundated with water and appear to be sinking; an amazing rock mass emerged from the seawater near the offshore islands of Pharonga, off the state of Arakan.
Land mass mysteriously appears near Pharonga.
A fishing boat owner said, "We have never seen a rock mass before in the area near Pharonga Island. Now there is a rock mass appearing from the sea and it is very strange and wonderful for all." The location of the rock mass is seven miles south of Pharonga Island, 20 miles southeast of Sittwe. The rock mass is 10 feet high when the tide is low, and remains five feet above the sea when the tide is high. "All fishing boats have avoided going near the strange rock mass out of fear there is danger underwater near the rock. Many people believe the rock mass emerged from the water due to a volcano eruption under water, but no on can tell exactly how the rock mass formed," he said. In the past, many fishing boats worked in the area because it is rich in fish, but now boats do not dare go near the rock mass to fish. According to biologist sources, there are many extinct mud volcanos around the Pharonga Islands, and the emergence of the rock mass is related to a volcano eruption in the area. However, no government officials have come near the rock so far to investigate how it appeared. - Narinjara.
Earlier, I told you that Australia was on a high alert in preparation for a tropical cyclone. Well, the weather system is currently pulverizing the Pacific islands with winds of up to 225 kilometers  per hour, and meteorologists expects it to strengten while bringing strong winds and heavy rain to New Zealand.

Cyclone batters the Pacific Islands.
Cyclone Vania damaged buildings and brought down trees in Vanuatu's Port Villa yesterday and is expected to cause further damage when it hits New Caledonia today. Islands off the coast of the country are on high alert and residents are preparing to be buffeted in the nation's capital Noumea. head weather analyst Philip Duncan says the storm has grown from Category 1 to a Category 3 strength and is now generating sustained winds of 120km/hr and gusts of up to 225km/hr. Two reliable computer models are showing it is set to strike New Zealand on Tuesday next week, causing possible flooding and wind damage, he says. "We've seen what can happen with these storms before. There are very few places in New Zealand that would have sustained winds at that speed. "It's likely to just be heavy rain and strong winds. But the potential is definitely there for a stronger storm." - NZ Herald.
Perhaps, the perfect illustration of the mayhem and destruction that results from the effects of these Earth changes is in the northern African country of Tunisia, where its President and his family had to flee to Saudi Arabia from massive street demonstrations, sending fears among the leadership of the surrounding Arab nations.
Unrest in Tunisia.
Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali has fled with his family to Saudi Arabia, after being forced from office after 23 years in power. The 74-year-old leader conceded power after protests over economic issues escalated into rallies against him. Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi has taken over as interim president, and a state of emergency has been declared. Mr Ghannouchi has said he will meet political leaders on Saturday in an attempt to form a government. Dozens of people have died in recent weeks as unrest has swept the country and security forces have cracked down on demonstrations over unemployment, food price rises and corruption. - BBC.
If President Ben Ali was thrown out because of the economic effects from rising price shocks and serious food shortages, it is quite understandable the worry that faces leaders of the Arab nations. We have already seen rioting in Algeria, Chile and Mozambique. Just last year, England and several countries in Europe experienced unprecedented demonstrations and street protests. Now, given that the global weather conditions will continue to get worse, food production decreasing and the demand for food and commodities increasing, there can be no doubt then that 2011 will become the year of global riots, street fights, social unrest, and bloody civil wars. In a recent article for the Wyatt Investment Research website, Kevin McElroy indicated that food riots would become commonplace in America? America? Yes, America. He argues:
This chart shows us that food stamp participation has risen sharply – with no signs of slowing since early 2008. Currently, over 42 million Americans rely on food stamps – or 1/7th of the entire population.  Okay, so the very fact that more people are on food stamps isn’t cause for alarm. But what it means is that 14% of people in the United States already can’t afford to feed themselves – and that number is rising. I don’t know what number of people it would take to break the camel’s back. The number already seems ludicrously high. The other side of the coin is that food prices are rising too – for three simple reasons. The first reason is just plain old bad luck. Bad weather around the world, including heat waves in Russia last summer and flooding in Australia right now continue to put a crimp in global food stocks. The second reason is sustained levels of higher energy prices. Oil is a vital input to most food production in the developed world. Higher oil prices necessitate higher food prices. The third is a global currency devaluation race. Trillions of newly minted dollars will increasingly find themselves competing with trillions of yuan, yen, euros, etc. to buy an already diminished supply of food.
If you think that this scenario is farfetched, then consider this chilling report from the Russian Foreign Service (SVR), which states that U.S. President Obama and French President Sarkozy have agreed to create a joint US-European military force to deal exclusively with an expected global uprising in the spring, as the world run out of food.
Obama and Sarkozy.
According to this report, Sarkozy, as head of the G-20 group of developed Nations, called for and received an emergency meeting with Obama this past Monday at the White House wherein he warned his American counterpart that the shock rise in food prices occurring due to an unprecedented series of disasters was threatening the stability of the entire World and could lead to the outbreak of Total Global War. Just last week French Prime Minister Francois Fillon underlined that one of France's top G-20 priorities was to find a collective response to “excessive volatility” in food prices now occurring, a statement joined by Philippe Chalmin, a top economic adviser to the French government, who warned the World may face social unrest including food riots in April as grain prices increase to unprecedented highs. The fears of the French government over growing Global instability was realized this past week after food riots erupted in Algeria and Tunisia and left over 50 dead. So dire has the situation become in Tunisia that their government this morning rushed in massive amounts of troops and tanks to their capital city Tunis and instituted a Nationwide curfew in an order to quell the growing violence. The United Nations, also, warned this past Friday that millions of people are now at risk after food prices hit their highest level ever as Global wheat stocks fell to 175.2 million tons from 196.7 million tons a year ago; Global corn stocks are said may be 127.3 million tons at the end of this season, compared with last month’s USDA outlook for 130 million tons; and Global soybean inventories will drop to 58.78 million tons at the end of this season, from 60.4 million tons a year earlier. Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank, further warned this past week that rising food prices are “a threat to global growth and social stability” as our World, for the first time in living memory, has been warned is just “one poor harvest away from chaos”... after meeting with Sarkozy, Obama began implementing his Nation’s strategy for keeping the truth of this dire events from reaching the American people by ordering all US citizens to have an Internet ID so that they can be tracked and jailed should they begin telling the truth. - Sorcha Faal.
Are you beginning to understand the Luciferian dialectic, yet?