When you are approaching cataclysmic changes, such as will occur in 2003
[Note: see 2003 Date explanation], there are
predictable changes. As we predicted in 1995, you will have 3 years of
crop failure going into the pole shift, and in 1999 you are already
experiencing this. This is still, in 1999, considered a local affair, with
this country or that country having a crop failure. Primarily these are
commercial operations that fail, not family gardens which are tended
carefully and watched. Large commercial operations are mechanized and
therefore are more vulnerable. This will increase, by the year 2000, to
the point where this is considered devastating, and the food stores will
be run through. After two years in a row, the stores will be emptied, and
the distress will be extreme. Under those circumstances, what are people
going to do?
They will migrate, their hunger gnawing at them, or become aggressive toward their neighbors whom they might consider to be living on better land, more fertile land or with a better water source or whatever. So aggressiveness increases, and this is one of the reasons that in Kosovo, NATO and the US were extremely aggressive and swift and insistent in saying "you will not seek your neighbor's land and drive people out, we are going to put a stop to this". You can look for more of this in an attempt to prevent the strong-arming of the weak as starvation and want begin to intrude into everyone's lives. The answer to this, of course, is to have your own gardens, to have your own food development. You do not have to be rich to do this. Gardening is a time honored practice, and can be considered a hobby among those who don't have to grow their own food. Get into it, get real, think about what you would do if you couldn't go to the store, and this will actually, in the larger view, help world peace. So do your own part.