Until about the last thirty or forty years this didn't exist.
The whole world couldn't have that great a catastrophe.
When the first gun was invented one man could shoot another.
Thousands of men with guns could shoot and kill thousands and thousands of people and did.
We have ever since.
Before that it was spears and bows and arrows and clubs and rocks and sticks and fists.
There could be difficult times and far worse than that but nothing of the magnitude we face today.
The Atom Bomb in World War Two in 1945 was only a few and not that powerful although enormous.
Enormous enough to bring Japan to surrender.
World population was far fewer then and throughout the worlds entire history and existence.
Way less than one billion people and local economies and food sources would suffice for the most part.
Drought and famine were rare and unusual and localized for mans entire existence until now.
It hasn't happened yet but it is going to happen.
Probably sometime in the next twenty years or less.
Possibly a lot sooner than that.
One hotspot uprising after another throughout the world and food shortages and energy shortages and no money or the money being no good and the race and tribal wars and nation against nation will have begun.
It gets worse.
The controlling armies and police and militias cannot control this many starving people.
They will be overwhelmed by the masses.
Combine that in America with all the blacks and Mexicans hating us.
About eighty million people.
Revenge is at hand.
Starvation and energy shortage the world over causes internal disruptions within every nation and every community and family.
Single people by the billions.
Roaming and ganging up.
That Refuge Camp in France they are tearing down right now is a perfect example.
It was a fight for your life existence because of the lack of food and water and energy and the only way to get it was to rob those who had it and controlled.
Within their own community and refuge camp.
Outside the forces were to great to rise up against.
This was something like six thousand people.
There are twenty million people in Mexico City and a thousand cities like that worldwide.
Thousands more of a million or more.
Seven and a half billion people is a lot of people.
Growing and harvesting and shipping and storing that much food and distributing it is massive in good times.
Impossible in bad times.
The same with energy.
No energy and no food and no water and we got hell to pay.
Katrina had bloating bodies laying for days and days.
Just a few hundred.
Try ten thousand or a million bodies lying and rotting in decay.
It's not fun to talk about but it is real.
We like to think we have reserves to falter this but we don't.
We do but there are to many people.
Take any household in America.
The land of plenty.
Shut off the heat and energy and gasoline for lack of payment.
No money for food.
Each family has enough for days.
Maybe a month.
That's we rich people in America and that's best case scenario.
Globally it's far worse than that and in America in many circles it's far worse than that.
Seven days is the number I heard many years ago and I believe it.
Our population has doubled and tripled since then.
Our reliance on shipped and processed and stored food has quadrupled.
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