2020 to be an Economic and Social Upheaval: Disastrous Crop Failure in America – Europe Loses 1000 Farms a Day – Millions of Pigs slaughtered in Asia

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While Europe is losing 1000 small farms a day while officials are using the word ‘disaster’ to describe the widespread crop failures all across America.

In Asia, pork prices this year have almost doubled after a quarter of the pig population has been slaughtered due to swine fever.

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social and economic crisis ahead. Image: Getty Images (ronniechua)

A crisis is emerging across three continents as extreme weather conditions and disease are beginning to bite the farming industry leaving world banks warning the 2020s are set to be a decade of dramatic economic and social upheaval as another billion mouths will need to be fed.

Meanwhile, Europe is losing 1000 small farms a day, due to a crop decline leading to price rises.

Officials are using the word ‘disaster’ to describe the widespread crop failures happening all over America.

In Asia pork prices this year have almost doubled after a quarter of the pig population has been slaughtered due to swine fever.


Ireland and the UK suffering a deluge of torrential rain

The rain started at the end of September and the deluge continues as parts of England expects almost another months rain in the coming two days.

Sheffield has received two years rainfall in just one week. In Ireland, Dublin had its entire November average rainfall in the first week of the month.

The army will roll into submerged towns and villages today as 115 areas across the UK are on flood alert while desperate families brace for more misery with worse still to come when another torrential downpour strikes tomorrow.

Thirty-five flood warnings are still in place across England. The Met Office is today warning that severe flooding could cut off more areas across the country this week.

Western Europe Record Rains

The same western Atlantic fronts which have devastated the UK have also been dumping torrential amounts of rain on Western Europe since the end of September.

Parts of Northern Europe are experiencing a drastic plunge in temperatures. This drop is far below what it is expected at this time of year, with a freezing -30°C recorded in Scandinavia this week.

Only a week ago the Region of Murcia was basking in temperatures of 29°C during the long holiday weekend but since approaching mid-November, the Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa in northern Spain have been inundated with copious amounts of snowfall blocking roads and causing havoc.

Venice is flooded. And what a flooding… 50 year record floods! Venice called a state of emergency after the second-highest tide ever recorded (187 centimetres (74 inches) vs 194 centimetres (76 inches)) flooded its historic basilica and left many of its squares and alleyways inundated with water on Tuesday.

The US Farm Disaster Continues

After dramatic fires, now an arctic blast followed by weekend storm to lash the Southeast Coast with high surf, rip currents, coastal flooding and beach erosion.

Officials are using the word ‘disaster’ to describe the widespread crop failures happening all over America.

We are witnessing “unprecedented” crop failures all across the United States, but the big news networks are not talking too much about this yet.

The endless rain and horrific flooding during the early months of this year resulted in tremendous delays in getting crops planted in many areas, and now snow and bitterly cold temperatures are turning harvest season into a complete and utter nightmare all over the country.

Framing Disaster Across The World

Farming around the world is beginning to suffer drastically across the globe. According to Adapt 2030, Europe loses 1000 small farms a day, due to a crop decline in replanting leading to price rises.

In Asia pork prices this year have almost doubled after a quarter of the pig population has been slaughtered due to swine fever.

US corn and soybean harvest are far behind schedule as a new blizzard rip through the mid-west grow zones.

According to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the 2020s are set to be a decade of dramatic economic and social upheaval, reversing many of the trends of the past 40 years.

We are heading toward a gigantic economic and societal collapse. Be prepared for coming hard times! [The Big Wobble]

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The Baha’is have an interesting and different take on the end times scenario. Rather than expecting a Hollywood-screenwriter’s dream that will occur within 24 hours, like this coming Saturday, they instead see “the end of days” as the end of one major stage of history and the beginning of a new one. This is harder to sell to Hollywood, but easier to reconcile with basic common sense and a modest understanding of history.

    Baha’is believe that this transition is happening right now and that we are living participants in it. Rather than in a 24-hour day, it will occur over a “day” of many generations. The end result will be a global worldwide civilization where the “earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.” Does this sound crazy? What about trying to tell people in the mid-1840s (a time, incidentally, when 100,000 “Millerites” across the United States expected that the “end of days” would occur) that within just 160 years we would have been to the moon and back, and that a man whose father was from Kenya would be the President of the United States.

    The bottom line: I confidently predict that we will all still be here on May 22, 2011. I am also confident that our descendants will still be here on May 22, 2111. And by then, the world will look even more like this visionary picture of the future outlined in 1936 by the head of the Baha’i Faith at that time.

    When the sun rises this Sunday, and you hear the melodious sounds of birds outside, would it not be inspiring to awaken with a conviction that we had all been “left behind” to build a world civilization, reflecting heaven on earth, day by day, heart to heart and generation to generation?

  2. I am a farmer in the US … What are you talking about?
    I read your article, heard a noise, and quickly ran outside to see if the sky is falling.
    It seems an apple fell out of a tree and hit my house.
    I guess we are safe until you write another doomsday story.

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