Russia/Ukraine Intensifies, Germany Tanking, Food, Inflation & Drought
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 526 4.22.22)
There are zero reported peace talks going on to settle the war in Ukraine. This can mean only one thing, and that is this conflict will intensify. Could we get to the nuclear war stage? The answer is the global leaders are so corrupt, reckless and out of touch, anything is possible, and yes, that includes a nuclear exchange. The only question is who will launch first?
German food prices have risen 20% to 50% in a short period of time. They are not coming down anytime soon. Fuel prices are rising, and Germany is threatening to cut off all oil from Russia by the end of the year. Germany is the economic engine that drives the EU, and it is tanking. Germany and the rest of the EU better hope Russia does not beat them to the punch and cut them off now. The EU is in deep financial trouble, and their leaders will not stop destroying the economy with stupid sanctions that only hurt their own people. You can say the same for the Obama/Biden Administration.
To add insult to injury, the Western U.S. is in a 1,200-year mega drought in most places. Now, Lake Powell is at record lows, and water is going to be rationed. If this is not a sign food prices are heading higher, nothing is. Oh, and don’t forget that fertilizer out of Russia is being sanctioned, and fertilizer is in short supply all over the world. This will mean less fertilizer will be used either because of cost or supply problems, and that will translate into much lower yields and less food overall.
Join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he talks about these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up for 4.22.22.
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