Can You See The Signs That Are Happening All Around Us

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Most people remain terribly unaware of the dangerous events that are coming for us. We are living at a time when massive disasters are happing all around us, but the vast majority of our society isn’t paying attention to what’s going on. Our world is being shaken by economic and financial troubles, widespread social disorder, pestilence, and many other natural catastrophes, but many of us are still thinking that life will eventually get back to “normal”. Sadly, that isn’t going to happen. As we approach 2022, global events will continue to accelerate and most of our population is going to be caught by surprise by what is coming because they just don’t want to believe that things will ever get so chaotic.
But with each passing day, more disasters emerge around the world. For instance, on Monday the California coast was hit by a magnitude 6.2 earthquake that brought significant shaking and serious damages to the area. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, initial economic losses totaled more than $10 million, but officials are still evaluating the true scope of the damages. Seismic activity continues to increase all over the planet, and that’s particularly worrying because, along the Ring of Fire, where 75 percent of the Earth’s active volcanoes are located, new tremors are reported on a daily basis. The region accounts for more than 80 percent of all global earthquakes and the fact that it is becoming active right now means that we’re basically sitting on a ticking time bomb.
On top of that, late last week, extreme winds and brutal tornadoes erupted right in the middle of the nation. Last Wednesday, a widespread windstorm, severe weather outbreak, and unusual heat from the Rockies and Plains into the upper Midwest was recorded. Needless to say, such high wind speeds can fuel wildfires to spin out of control. And that’s what happened in the state of Kansas, where hundreds of thousands of acres were burned in less than three days.
On Thursday, the Forest Service exposed that nearly 400,000 acres had burned and hundreds of homes have been destroyed. Darin Myers, fire department chief in Ellis County, revealed that some of his firefighters saved a resident from her burning home just before the flames became uncontrolled. They said that the blaze has “erased” the house. “Usually it takes 30 minutes to an hour to burn a house down,” Myers explains. “It was just like within a minute. The fire was past the house and the house was gone.”
The catastrophe also led many farmers to lose everything. In some cases, the flames moved so fast that it was impossible to move all of the animals out of the way. Unfortunately, the whole world has been hit by a series of tragedies over the past few years, and that has resulted in the destruction of millions of acres of agricultural land. Now, we’re once again at the brink of a global food crisis.
Since last year, global hunger faced an unprecedented spike and started affecting an additional 768 million people worldwide. According to the UN, the number of people living with food insecurity — or those forced to compromise on food quantity or quality — skyrocketed by 318 million, to 2.38 billion. And experts are warning that while drought, geopolitical conflicts, and inflation intensifies, a global food crisis seems to be fast approaching.
At this point, global food supplies are getting increasingly tighter. And the great solution global leaders are coming up with is for people to start eating insects. In Europe, officials just allowed house crickets, yellow mealworms, and grasshoppers to be sold as food at supermarkets. The main question now is: how many households will be able to afford traditional food and how many will have to resort to substitutes to save money?
Right now, millions of Americans are having trouble affording essential goods as inflation soars higher. An almost 7 percent surge in consumer prices is making it more difficult for people to make ends meet because wages haven’t kept pace with inflation. The same is happening all over the globe. In essence, those who can no longer afford meat might resort to bugs and worms to feed their families.
These are extremely unusual times, and with each passing day, more strange things happen all over the world. Yet, most of the population wants to believe that things are improving and we’re heading to a state of normality. Of course, it would be great if that was true, but it isn’t. We must wake up from this collective numbness because the changes that we are facing right now will be proven permanent, and the pace of change is only going to intensify during the months and years to come.​”

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