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World has just ten weeks' worth of wheat left after Ukraine war True or False

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posted on May, 22 2022 @ 01:34 AM
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a reply to: putnam6





Who really believes this crap? Why all the doom porn




The collapse is imminent. Here in South Africa there have been reported acts of sabotage against ESKOM, our national energy supplier. It's already under strain with scheduled outages across the country on a daily basis. Who brings down their own country like that? These people are acting on globalist orders.

India banned wheat exports. China put severe restrictions in place to curb their exports of fertilizer and steel, amongst other things.

If the world is being pushed into a The West vs China, Russia etc. scenario the world economy will collapse. Engineered diseases will require eternal lockdowns and vaccines. With food shortages and restriction of movement enforced by government most cities could resemble what is happening in Shanghai.

Are we still questioning whether this path we're on is sustainable or not?

We're all working for the companies that realize the profits of our production by steering us towards a complete authoritarian dystopia as envisioned by the World (Economic) Forum.

We have become the product, they now own us.



posted on May, 22 2022 @ 05:50 AM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
We have stockpiles of wheat here in the USA. But I have not been able to find information as to how much reserves there are. We may have shortages of certain types of wheat to make flour out of. but I am sure we have enough wheat to last at least six to nine months left in stock.

Unless they start shipping out our reserves too much, we should be fine. But the price of flour and wheat products is going to go up at least another twenty percent before this is over. Price increases are futures lately, so we have not hit the highest prices yet for what is being bid on..


Well that's the thing again we will have another harvest happening soon, and while I don't know much about farming especially wheat, 2 good months can make a huge difference in a struggling crop and a good one. My understanding is these are just estimates from large wheat producers, there are plenty of other private smaller producers that we won't know their potential yield till it's harvested.



posted on May, 22 2022 @ 10:41 AM
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originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: rickymouse
We have stockpiles of wheat here in the USA. But I have not been able to find information as to how much reserves there are. We may have shortages of certain types of wheat to make flour out of. but I am sure we have enough wheat to last at least six to nine months left in stock.

Unless they start shipping out our reserves too much, we should be fine. But the price of flour and wheat products is going to go up at least another twenty percent before this is over. Price increases are futures lately, so we have not hit the highest prices yet for what is being bid on..


Well that's the thing again we will have another harvest happening soon, and while I don't know much about farming especially wheat, 2 good months can make a huge difference in a struggling crop and a good one. My understanding is these are just estimates from large wheat producers, there are plenty of other private smaller producers that we won't know their potential yield till it's harvested.


I tend to pay more attention to organic wheat crop integrity, and have talked with one of the scientific persons at Dakota Maid Flour on the phone to identify some of their practices in Dakota. Mostly about pesticides and decicating chemistry. I don't do well with commercial flours anymore, it is probably the pre=harvest treatment with Glyphosate which is mandatory in a lot of places for commercial flours. Dakota Maid organic flour is reasonably priced, it is whole wheat albino wheat flour...so it does not have nearly as much of the terpine chemistry of regular whole wheat flour which I don't care for. Other organic flours use the albino flour too, but they are thirty percent higher, Dakota Maid here at our Super One store is three ninety nine...at least a buck cheaper than other brands. Since we make the majority of our bread, that lower price is important to our budget but I even though I can save more by going commercial...I don't like the gut issues that regular flour gives me and I will stick to organic. My oldest daughter also has been diagnosed with colon problems...but she keeps eating the commercial crap because she can't afford to buy organic bread and doesn't want to make it herself....but they love it when I bring bread or buns over.



posted on May, 22 2022 @ 04:36 PM
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Why would a Little war take food from All the world?



posted on May, 22 2022 @ 11:35 PM
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originally posted by: buddha
Why would a Little war take food from All the world?



Because russia stole the massive previous harvest, destroyed the Ukrainian farms that produced it, and are hoarding their own harvests in a pathetic attempt to intentionally create a global famine.

It won't work, the U.S. can replace every bit of what russia removed from global markets with a few simple policy changes.

Though the folks in charge have so far refused to even consider these simple policy changes, I doubt their opinions will matter much longer, they'll either be forced by world events and public pressure to finally abandon those insane policies, or will be quickly voted out of office in overwhelming and historically significant numbers.

It's time, way past time, to finally and permanently take the political shackles off the U.S. agriculture and energy industries.


edit on 22-5-2022 by PatriotGames4u because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 23 2022 @ 12:13 AM
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originally posted by: vNex92
a reply to: putnam6

You Can Blame the Biden admin and the EU for the sanctions against Russia. Russia is the largest producer and exporter of wheat and other farming products.

Russia is 16% when it comes to agriculture trade.




You Spelt Putin incorrectly.
Granular joke . Thank you very much.
I’m leaving but the trolls will be here all night.



posted on May, 23 2022 @ 12:15 AM
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originally posted by: PatriotGames4u

originally posted by: buddha
Why would a Little war take food from All the world?



Because russia stole the massive previous harvest, destroyed the Ukrainian farms that produced it, and are hoarding their own harvests in a pathetic attempt to intentionally create a global famine.

It won't work, the U.S. can replace every bit of what russia removed from global markets with a few simple policy changes.

Though the folks in charge have so far refused to even consider these simple policy changes, I doubt their opinions will matter much longer, they'll either be forced by world events and public pressure to finally abandon those insane policies, or will be quickly voted out of office in overwhelming and historically significant numbers.

It's time, way past time, to finally and permanently take the political shackles off the U.S. agriculture and energy industries.



As we speak they are mining UKR farmland.
Ruzzian nazi rats. Who will soon be fertilizer.
edit on 23-5-2022 by spacedoubt because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 23 2022 @ 12:21 AM
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I'm half expecting some old fashion salting in areas that russian troops are forced to retreat from, but no indications of that yet.




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