Africa

Africa

The scramble for Africa is well and truly on.  Africa is spectacular, blessed with an abundance of natural resources and a very young population. The curse of Africa has been western colonization and the exploitation of tribalism.   Africa will be the worlds next grow zone but I fear for her as she becomes a play thing in the Geo-politics of the globalists. Watch the video by David DuByne but first listen to the song by Toto. Those who have traveled around Africa fall in love with her and never want to leave.  I can understand why.

 

I  follow this channel on Twitter which highlights the different villages, customs and nature of Africa.  Have a look at the channel. Truly spectacular.

What’s Going on in Africa (Match on a Glacier)

Looking at Africa a few head shaking events are piling up with China building a 7500 mile long communications system outside of western control, Kenya halting corn imports, Ivory Coast starting its own commodities exchange to set global pricing for African production. Globally screaming north food prices are about to upset the global balance of power.

 

●▬▬▬ Story Links ▬▬▬● China’s 7,500-Mile Undersea ‘Peace Pipe’ To Connect Belt And Road Countries https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitica… Food-at-home prices increased in all major food categories, except fresh fruits, in 2020 https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-product… Food prices steadily climb nearly 1 year into pandemic https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Food/food-… Food Prices Are Soaring Faster Than Inflation and Incomes https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl… FAO: Global food prices rise for nine straight month in February https://www.today.ng/news/nigeria/fao… Kenya bans all maize imports over aflatoxin https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/farmk… Ivory Coast to launch agricultural commodities exchange in March https://www.reuters.com/article/ivory… Commodities index https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EtIAI9yXA…

A new scramble for Africa

 

East African Federation: A New African Superpower?

Conclusion

They all have their claws in Africa.  China (and Russia) are interested and the EU (the ex-colonial powers) want a presence in the Sahel.  They all know that Africa will be the next grow zone for earth. The coming climate change will benefit Africa, especially the Sahel area.They all know that Africa has huge natural resources and a pool of young vigorous workers. Africa seems to be moving to new ways of payment (digital?).  Africa will outperform China and the West.  I am afraid though that it will be exploited and indebted like it has been in the past.  Interestingly, the East African Federation proposed in the above video is roughly the area that will be split from Africa when the Great African Rift tears itself loose. So much for the The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Millennium Dam).    Although Africa will thrive in the coming millennium it will be completely reconfigured.  It will become a food bowl as will the arid Middle East.  Neither China, nor the EU, nor any other earthly power will control the fate of this region. It will blossom and bloom like never before under the auspices of the Great King.

The reset and food

The reset and food

Sometimes I can imagine what Noah felt like building an Ark on dry land.  Here I am planting a vegetable garden and doing some prepping and warning about a  GSM and we had a beautiful sunny day today.  People become complacent and we are at the receiving end of propaganda telling us that the earth is getting warmer not cooler.  It seems absurd preparing for a GSM just as building an Ark on dry land must have seemed absurd.   Leaving aside the GSM for a moment it is inevitable that the NWO will weaponize food.  In the past cities were besieged and starved into submission.   Even if there is no GSM it is very important to have some sort of food security.  Prices will start rising soon.  Watch these two excellent videos from Adapt 2030 and prepare (Adapt 2030 show notes included).

Interlaced Reset Loop : 2021 Food Prices (1050)

We are beginning to see the interlacing of Grand Soar Minimum intensification reducing the length of growing seasons, leading to higher food prices where people cannot afford to eat after all of the business closures across continents. This is pushing the need for food banks, but China experienced the worst crop wipe out in the last 200 year and are actively buying grain and commodity crops across the planet, driving up prices further. This in turn adds 10% to food prices where more people can’t afford food, sending them to food banks. Record waterspout count in the Great Lakes as South America enters a drought further reducing global grain totals. The spiral is in play.

●▬▬▬ Story Links ▬▬▬● World record waterspout outbreak over the Great Lakes https://watchers.news/2020/10/07/worl… Waterspout Great Lakes https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EjMbqhSWo… Moon with rocket silhouette https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EjiEFGTX0… South America drought monitor https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ejqkc8WXk… China export / import volume https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EjQK_LDXs… China corn imports https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EjQK_LsWk… https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EixJ–GWA… Commodity prices https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EjO3-6PWs… Food bank increase demand 2020 https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/131228… Hawaii Food Bank Sees “Stunning” Increase In Meals Served https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-fi…

How Quickly We Forget Our Past : Reality Check (1049)

 

●▬▬▬ Story Links ▬▬▬● S&P one month before results https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/doe… South Sea Stock Price Bubble Is Good Reminder, Even 300 Years Later https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/sou… 29 Weird Great Depression Foods https://soyummy.com/great-depression-… 34 Recipes That Got Us Through the Great Depression https://www.tasteofhome.com/collectio… Ottoman price revolution 14501750 https://www.jstor.org/stable/259480?s… EARLY MODERN GREAT DIVERGENCE: WAGES, PRICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPE AND ASIA, 1500-1800 https://eml.berkeley.edu/~webfac/olne… The Primary Cause of European Inflation in 1500-1700 http://www.cepii.fr/PDF_PUB/wp/2019/w… Myth and Reality of China’s Seventeenth-Century Monetary Crisis https://www.jstor.org/stable/2123972?…