Having been in the White House for 18 months, the Biden administration has juggled numerous dilemmas, from the Southern border crisis to record-high inflation. Not to mention the soaring gas prices that are climbing above $5 a gallon. And if Americans weren’t already struggling to make ends meet, a food shortage and supply chain issues have also caused the price of goods to increase. But with Americans living paycheck to paycheck and President Joe Biden praising the economy, Edward Dowd, a former BlackRock portfolio manager, and Robin Monotti recently detailed how millions of people were going to die in Africa as a result of the shortage. And to make it worse, it might have been planned.
Speaking with Maria Zeee about the food shortage being seen around the world and how thousands of chickens were mysteriously killed, Dowd explained, “Just the Ukraine alone, lots of people in the Middle East, India, and Africa are going to die from the Ukraine situation. Here in the US, we have our own food supply. It’s pretty good. But the way to pinch that would be through distribution centers and bottlenecks. We were called to conspiracy theorists a couple of months ago for pointing this out. And then Tucker Carlson pointed it out. And then other people started pointing. This is a known fact. There’s been too many coincidences of mysterious fires at big distribution centers and points and hubs where you can get food to people.”
Focusing on Africa, Dowd added, “If you live in an area like Africa, where the population is big, and you have to import a lot of food, you will have a problem. Any countries that import lots of food are the ones you need to worry about. That’s where you don’t want to come next year, in a country that needs to import most of its food.” He even warned, “Whether it’s our own government or Chinese agents doing it, someone’s doing it. And it seems to be a plan, and food prices are probably going to double within the next 12 months. It’s a disaster now, we’ll be able to eat in our countries, but hundreds of millions of people in poor countries are going to die.”
As for Monotti’s take on the food shortages and the impact on Africa, “If you look at the population trends in most countries, they are actually decreasing. Believe it or not, but there is one specific continent in which the population is increasing. And that’s Africa. They are decreasing in America. They’re decreasing in China. They’re decreasing in Europe, but they are increasing in Africa. Now, why? Why would they want to depopulate Africa?”
The filmmaker also admitted that everyone should “oppose anyone who talks about the population problem because they’re really talking about Africa.” He concluded, “[They are] now disrupting the supply chains by placing sanctions on certain exports from certain countries, you know who I’m talking about, in order to prevent certain food staples [from] reaching the African continent.”
The full interview can be watched below.
This piece was written by Zach Heilman on June 16, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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