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Zetas RIGHT Again! (Crop Shortages)

At the start of ZetaTalk in early 1995, and continuing, the Zetas warned
of crops shortages due to weather problems going into the shift in 2003.

    We stated in the beginning of 1995 that there would be
    weather changes of such a nature that there would be crop
    failures due to crops being wrongly signaled, a spring
    coming too soon so that plants start off on their cycles and
    then a dramatic reversal, winter returning. This can cause
    a crop failure as surely as an intractable drought or a
    deluge that literally washes the seeds out of the ground.
        ZetaTalk™: 1999 Predictions

    As we have predicted in 1995, there will be increasing crop
    shortages to the point where commercial crops will fail for
    the next 3 years running. Not in 1999 but during the 3 years
    following, going into the coming pole shift. This is already
    occurring around the world, where it is noted that this or that
    crop has failed.
        ZetaTalk™: Next 3 1/2 Years

    We have predicted there will in essence be a complete crop
    failure for the 3 years going into the Spring of 2003. This
    means the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002 will find such
    devastation to commercial crops that the stores set aside by
    the government for such disasters will be depleted greatly.
        ZetaTalk™: During 2000

By mid-2000 shortages were in evidence worldwide in Afghanistan,
Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Australia, Bolivia,
Brazil, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, Cuba,
Cyprus, Ethiopia, France, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, Guyana, Hondurus,
India, Iran, Iraq, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakstan,
Kenya, Korea, Laos, Liberia, Madagascar, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia,
Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Paraguay, Peru,
Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia,
South Africa, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda,
Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yugoslavia. By
2000, it was clear that floods were devastating crops in Asia, while a
World Drought was devastating crops in Africa, Europe, and the Balkans.

Due to media under-reporting, a coverup in effect of the extent of the
crop failures and depleating of stores, the public is often unaware of
the EXTENT that this ZetaTalk prediction came true.  A 2002 UN Report on
the losting battle against starvation delineates this:

    Global warming is helping to cause an unprecedented series
    of famines that is pushing the world beyond its ability to cope,
    says the United Nations. The warning - the starkest yet issued
    by the UN on how climate change is affecting world food
    supplies - comes as a second massive famine looms in Africa.
    The new head of the UN World Food Programme, James
    Morris, is to announce in London that drought in Ethiopia and
    the Horn of Africa is precipitating a food shortage as great as
    the one now afflicting southern Africa. Meanwhile, the UN's
    Food and Agriculture Organisation is predicting that this year's
    total world harvest will fall for the fifth year in succession,
    while the global population continues to grow. Food stocks
    are falling well below critical levels and prices are soaring.
    The escalating crises will add urgency to a new round of
    international negotiations on combating global warming under
    way in New Delhi. ...

    A spokesman said that "global warming is a major contributor"
    to the changing weather. He added: "There has been a sharp
    increase in weather-related natural disasters. This is a very,
    very serious situation." Scientists have long predicted that
    droughts and floods will increase as global warming takes hold.
    According to the World Disasters Report, published by the Red
    Cross, 2000 and 2001 were the two worst years on record for
    disasters. Since then, more than 360 natural disasters have
    occurred in the first nine months of this year. Drought has also
    struck from Australia to Mongolia, Vietnam to Sri Lanka, West
    Africa to Thailand. Floods affected more than 100 million people
    in China and more than 40 million in India, and brought the
    worst inundations yet to Germany, Austria and the Czech
    Republic. The WFP warns the crises are becoming so frequent
    that the world community is "running out of the ability to cope".
    Although emergency food aid almost tripled over the 1990s, it
    was not enough to meet growing needs. This year the WFP had
    to suspend help to three million women, children and elderly
    people in North Korea because it had run out of resources.

Zetas RIGHT Again! 

For the full picture see the Shortages TOPIC and ZetaTalk summary: