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Thursday, July 7, 2022

Food Inflation…Food Shortages…Food Crisis…Famine?

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Host: Jim Schneider, Guest: William F. Jasper

Synopsis: Jim began by noting that according to Tom DeWeese at the American Policy Center, On March 24th, after the G7 meeting in Brussels, President Biden announced that the food shortages around the world would be real because of the Ukraine war. Interestingly, in the last 5 months, 20 food and fertilizer plants and storage facilities across the U.S. have been destroyed by fire.

Breitbart reported that the prices of U.S. farm products continued to rise in March reflecting the inflationary pressures gripping our economy and fears that the war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia could lead to food shortages around the world.

Joining Jim to examine what's behind all of this was William F. Jasper. He's senior editor at The New American Magazine. He's an author, journalist and commentator as well as a top investigative reporter and documentary producer. For more than three decades he served as an accredited correspondent at the United Nations in New York and UN summits around the world.


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