Hunger Is Knocking At The Door

Dr. Michael LaitmanIn the News (from “Most of the world’s hungry live in developing countries. According to the latest Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) statistics from 2013, there are 842 million hungry people in the world and 98 percent of them are in developing countries. They are distributed like this: 553 million in Asia and the Pacific, 223 million in Sub-Saharan Africa, 47 million in Latin America and the Caribbean, 4 million in the Near East and North Africa, 16 million in developed countries.“ Source: World Food Programme

“In Africa, the problem of hunger is due to the dependence on food imports that give considerable profit to companies in developed countries. Dependence arose because of Western policies: the United States collects billions of dollars in donations. But under U.S. law, humanitarian aid should be made in the USA; thus the state provides work for its farmers. In Africa, humanitarian aid is not distributed but appears on the market at a very low price, with which local farmers cannot compete. As a result, they cease to grow crops.

“For example, Bulgaria no longer grows peppers; they are imported from France at dumping prices. Lithuania ceased to produce dairy products, Portugal – to fish. They can barely make ends meet. Russian shops are filled with imported products, but the fields are overgrown with forest.”

My Comment: If the world had been connected with good ties, such integration would have been beneficial for everyone. But the development according to the plan to bring us to similarity with the Creator leads strong countries to crisis, even greater, than those countries that they put pressure on. Because of egoistic development, and especially global international egoistic development, all the countries, without exception, will suffer in a form that will force each country to realize the need to change itself to the opposite.

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