While you were sleeping

The aristocracy of the world if you are reading this in a wealthy country that is you and me. Are you worrying about how much you love each other and how much God loves you. Well while you were having your own personal melt down and ego trip you were blind to the true suffering on this earth.

Many citizens of the global planet are slaves to your and mine need to buy products in our shops to satisy our own desires.

Some of the new western fashion for egos of the righteous aristocrats are those that post photos of dead animals on their websites and facebook pages boasting about how righteous they are becasue they choose to not eat meat. Well woopy fecking do for them.

How much money do they spend on foods that are grown all across the globe by those potentially living on just $1 a day so that they can veganisatically or vegitarianly pat themselves on the back and boast about how self-righteous them and their friends are and how dam great they are and that they are the future – self centred aristocratic muppets.

What about those that indigenios tribes that live by traditional means around the globe uising the raw materials of nature in order to survive are you that much of a eateary zelot that you would advocate them stopping there traditional methods of survival and living?

What about the land that has been desined to be harvested and cradle planet and animal stock alike for thousands of years.

What gives you the right to advocate that. Veganism or vegitariansim while ignoring the plight of the planet is in any way morally superior, to me it is the logic of a machine not a living organism. The plants that we eat all have a life force and just becasue you don’t hear them scream as you take them out of the ground does not mean that their life force is any more or less sacred than the animals that you no longer put in your mouths.

If you want to eat chemically synthasised stodge and none living engineered slop instead of living organisms then you might as well sign you up to be plugged into the machine and downloaded now.

And while that is being argued the toss over what have you done for those starving in the world today or are you too busy selfmasterventing on how great you and your fellow rich bible bashers or vegi ravers are?

Millions could die in ‘multiple famines of biblical proportions’ in pandemic, UN warns

Millions could die in ‘multiple famines of biblical proportions’ in pandemic, UN warns

By Leonardo Blair, Christian Post Reporter | Thursday, April 23, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Print

Children collect grain spilt on the field from gunny bags that ruptured upon ground impact following a food drop from a plane at a village in Ayod county, South Sudan, where World Food Program have just carried out a food drop of grain and supplementary aid on February 6, 2020. | AFP via Getty Images/TONY KARUMBA

An estimated 300,000 people could begin starving to death daily in “multiple famines of biblical proportions” within months amid the coronavirus pandemic, warned head of the World Food Program David Beasley.

Describing the coronavirus pandemic as “the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II” in a presentation to the United Nations Security Council Tuesday, Beasley warned that the number of people suffering from hunger could go from 135 million to more than 250 million and urgent action was needed, especially when it comes to vulnerable populations in conflict-driven countries.

“If we can’t reach these people with the life-saving assistance they need, our analysis shows that 300,000 people could starve to death every single day over a three-month period,” Beasley said.

He requested $350 million in new funding to set up a network of logistics hubs to keep worldwide humanitarian supply chains moving while urging warring factions in conflict-driven countries to allow them to serve people at risk of hunger.

“If we don’t prepare and act now — to secure access, avoid funding shortfalls and disruptions to trade — we could be facing multiple famines of biblical proportions within a short few months,” he said.

The Global Report on Food Crises 2020, a consensus-based assessment of acute food insecurity situations around the world by 16 partner organizations, noted that the 135 million people recorded in 2019 as suffering from hunger was the highest in the four years since the report was first published. The current situation, the report notes, is likely to be much worse as it did not factor in the shock of the coronavirus pandemic.

“The acute food insecurity forecasts for 2020 were produced before COVID-19 became a pandemic and do not account for its likely impact in food crisis countries,” the report said.

While conflict was reported as the main driver of food insecurity in 2019, weather extremes and economic shocks were also noted as significant.

More than half of the 77 million acutely food insecure people in countries where conflict was identified as the primary driver were in the Middle East and Asia. Africa was reported as having the largest numbers of acutely food-insecure people in need of assistance in countries badly affected by weather events, particularly in the Horn of Africa and Southern Africa, followed by Central America and Pakistan.

“While COVID-19 does not discriminate, the 55 countries and territories that are home to 135 million acutely food-insecure people in need of urgent humanitarian food and nutrition assistance are the most vulnerable to the consequences of this pandemic as they have very limited or no capacity to cope with either the health or socioeconomic aspects of the shock,” the report noted.

“These countries may face an excruciating trade-off between saving lives or livelihoods or, in a worst-case scenario, saving people from the corona virus to have them die from hunger. To prevent these tens of millions of people already facing food crises from succumbing to the virus or to its economic consequences, all actors need to mobilize and coordinate along a set of operational and strategic priorities.”

In an interview with the BBC, Beasley who recently recovered from the coronavirus, said an estimated 30 million people could die in a matter of months if the U.N. did not secure more food and funding.

WFP’s senior economist, Arif Husain, said, “It is a hammer blow for millions more who can only eat if they earn a wage.” He added that the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic was potentially catastrophic for millions “who are already hanging by a thread.”

“Lockdowns and global economic recession have already decimated their nest eggs. It only takes one more shock — like Covid-19 — to push them over the edge. We must collectively act now to mitigate the impact of this global catastrophe,” he said.

Don’t feel like you have to give a dam because your Jesus loves you and your sinfull life in your rich aristocratic lifestyle of the developed world.

And they call you the evolved and educated. More like the blind, sleeping and ignorant. Happy self isolation and self serving.

God bless and try and make sure you pray at the alter of the right God

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