The world is ending
What happens with a party when they ran out of drinks? It ends
Same thing is happening with the Earth, we are running out of basic items.
Key resources we consume every day, pretty soon will disappear.
About 60% of the products we eat every day include chocolate.
With such an amazing figure in mind you may think that we have a sophisticated system in place to ensure that the world never runs out of it.
The majority of the world’s cocoa supply comes from West Africa where the plantations are tended to by slave children.
Considering that children slavery is almost forbidden and that it takes up to five years to grow a new cocoa crop, chocolate will soon became a rare item.
Scientists anticipate that in fewer than 20 years chocolate will become a rarity more expensive than caviar.
The Mexican cactus booze has been in trouble for the last couple of years.
The high demand and diseased crops have seriously threatened its supply in the past.
Now, we might actually be looking at a possible eradication of tequila as a worldwide commodity.
Substitution of gasoline with biofuels made from corn-based ethanol makes farmers in Mexico to abandon their old crops in favor of corn to ship off to the U.S.
This means destroying crops of agave cactus from which tequila is made by setting them on fire, because that’s how they roll in Mexico.
You might not even know what phosphorus is but the life of all of us depends on it.
Phosphorus is used to make fertilizer, and without it, there is virtually no way to produce enough food for the world’s population.
China is already hoarding all the phosphorus it has, which hasn’t exactly done anything to calm the global markets.
The demand might continue to rise 2.3 percent a year, seeing as the majority of nations aren’t too keen on starving to death in the future.
The remaining phosphorus is located in Russia and Africa whose reserves might one day basically give them the keys to the planet.
Even that fight for water is the plot of one shitty Bond movie, in the end, it’s true.
Do you know that the women of South Africa collectively walk the equivalent distance to the moon and back 16 times a day for water?
Thankfully we don’t have to walk that much here but we will be facing serious water shortages in the years ahead.
According to a recent report released by the Natural Resources Defense Council, more than one-third of all counties in the lower 48 states will likely be facing very serious water shortages by the year 2030.
If the global elite were not so incredibly greedy and if we managed our planet better we would not have problems to this degree.
The solution will be that the global elite share some of their wealth.
So watch out global elite, remember what God says in the book of James about those who hoard wealth on this earth …
the world must know the truth!