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UN warns Biblical famine to follow plague

UN warns Biblical famine to follow plague

The UN has warned that the world is facing widespread famine ’of biblical proportions’ because of the coronavirus pandemic. Adding there is only a short time to act before hundreds of millions starve.

I have no idea
I have no idea 4 months

How many people do we have to save from covid to make it okay to starve a quarter of a billion people.

Cats Over Biden
Cats Over Biden 4 months

The Libs were so mad that the Right had stopped them from killing minorities through abortion that they had to convince the whole world to shutdown in order to get their kills.

Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo)
Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo) 4 months

Well maybe these people will stop having excessive amounts of children they can't feed in the first place.

James Villalobos
James Villalobos 4 months

If the western nation's had never started giving third world countries food in the first place, they'd have food industries internal to their own countries and could weather storms like this better.

Julian 4 months

More bullshit doomsday predictions that won’t come true

Sapper 4 months

The only reason there would be a famine is if it is orchestrated. Remember that the genocide of 65 MILLION Christians in Russia by Bolshevik chews (deliberate typo) was orchestrated by creating a famine and they watched as the masses died horrible deaths. Please guys, read some history- the WHO, UN and the ‘elites’ have lied to us, forced war upon us and now this. When does this end? It ends when we say enough to these bastards and throw them out of their halls of corruption.

Robert_Clearwater 4 months

I have been hearing about Africa starving since I was very young. This is not news and it's an uphill battle to say the continent does not have the necessary components for agriculture.

Yosef 4 months

It's not a question of food supply, unlike in the case of drought, volcanic eruptions along with their global climate impacts, etc. In this case, it's a question of disrupted supply chains as well as greatly reduced remittances from abroad, and things like that.

Gary Bea
Gary Bea 4 months


ChrisDC 4 months

The links are to the Guardian and the BBC so I wouldn't pay it any attention.

T.N. Morgan
T.N. Morgan 4 months

It's ok. Even though 80% of us will only get mild symptoms from covid-19, it's better to starve ourselves and our family to death than let them get infected with it.

VanityCulture_ 4 months

Now is a good time to start a business that gets cheap food to people. Sure there are already some but they're can always be more.

elstevo711 4 months

It is not that Virus that will kill millions. It is the reaction to it. Shutting down all infrastructure and economy for a prolonged period will brig folks into famine. Unfortunately, folks have gotten so used to being able to go to places for food instead of understanding what it was like for 2-3 generations ago that foraged, farmed, and hunted for their food.

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