Signs of the time: Is the impending world pork shortages related to Doomsday prophecy?

Call it what you may; “End Times,” “Doomsday” Armageddon, the Mayan Calendar, or “The Last Days” the clock we should be paying attention to is not the national dept but I would argue the signs of the time or much more important. Folks get out your Bibles and find the passages that account for the emerging signs indicating we’re in the last days. Media outlets don’t confer with one another so perhaps they have not done the math. We at the Guardian Express have put 2 and 2 together and have noticed some very strange coincidences. We’re not actually telling you that it’s time to panic; it may be far too late for even that. However, there is time to at least open your eyes to what is going on around you. Our question today ask: Is the impending world pork shortages related to Doomsday prophecy? Before you answer that question, here are just few signs you might want to also consider.

The Arab Spring brought about changes worldwide that opened the flow of information to every nook and cranny on the globe. Communications with nations East and West is now possible in real-time. Fewer people remain in isolated societies.

Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is determined to not only succeed at building a nuclear weapon but also to provoke Israel’s into attacking them outright. It’s important to understand that Ahmadinejad is actually not crazy. For him to continue down the road of nuclear development he must be holding some cards no one has seen.

For instance, the Iranian leader may have made a secret Pac with either Russia or China perhaps even both that their intervention incase Israel or the United States Strike Iran with their military might.

Such a scenario is not new to modern times, the Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the Soviet Union. The agreement gave Hitler the go ahead to invade Poland with impunity a week after the Soviets had gained the upper hand in the far east, and guaranteed Nazi Germany that they would not have to fight the USSR. In addition, the Pact assured a temporary non-involvement of the Soviet Union’s participation in a European War, as well as separating both Germany and Japan from forming a military alliance, thus allowing Stalin to concentrate on Japan on the battles of Khalkhin Gol (Nomonhan).

The whole Vatican-Hitler bargain had been conducted in secret before Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933. In June of the same year, Hitler and the Vatican signed a Concordat, under terms of which the church swore allegiance to the Nazi regime.

Ahmadinejad’s language is quite frightening if you know your biblical history.

Moreover, the deep partisan nature of U.S. politics is quite daunting especially when you think of the wise saying “A House Divided against Itself Cannot Stand.” What else describe the state of politics in the United States?

I could go on and on but perhaps you should read some of the articles at the Guardian Express for further information.

What concerns us at the present time is the impending world pork shortages, which is almost certainly going to hit soon.

The U.K.’s National Pig Association said the European Union’s pig herd is declining significantly as pig farmers have struggled to cope with feed costs that have been driven up by global drought.Sow herds are shrinking by between 9.6 percent in Poland to 1.3 percent in Germany.

The industry group is asking British shoppers to make a point of buying British pork in order to help out struggling ranchers.

“In its Save Our Bacon campaign, NPA is asking shoppers to make a point of selecting pork and bacon with the British independent Red Tractor logo,” the organization wrote.

In the United States, meanwhile, the pork supply soared 31 percent last month from the same time last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as farmers reduced the size of their herds in order to cut the cost of feeding them.

Global food prices have risen to record levels in recent months, driven in part by a severe drought in the United States and Eastern Europe. More than half of all U.S. counties were declared primary disaster areas this growing season because of extreme dryness and heat, theAssociated Press reported.

The price of corn and wheat rose by 25 percent from June to July of this year, and soybeans rose by 17 percent, according to the World Bank.
So if you’re keeping a record, add this new calamity to your list.


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