Ukraine – Could a Chapter From Its History Be Repeated?

Ukraine has been in the news much lately. However, I’m not referring to what’s happening there now. In the 1930’s they suffered from famine. But this famine wasn’t brought about by natural causes. Thus, this question about Ukraine. Could a chapter from its history be repeated? Will food be used in the U.S. as a means of control over those who won’t go along with the powers that be?

Take a look at one or both of the posts I’ve shared previously, and draw your own conclusions.

I’ve heard it alleged that the drought in the Southwest has been deliberately caused by weather modification. Will we ever know the truth about chemtrails and geoengineering and their impact on food production in the rest of the country?

California’s drought may force large amounts of land out of agricultural production. Raising crops to make fuel takes food off the table, too. We could be faced with significantly less food and higher prices. The exponential growth of the food stamps program won’t be enough to compensate.

What do you think? Is the 1930’s famine in Ukraine relevant to our future? Will gardening and setting food by be enough for you and me to survive? Feel free to leave a comment below.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

3 thoughts on “Ukraine – Could a Chapter From Its History Be Repeated?”

  1. today they have already modified our lives by messing with everything.
    Next it will be Christian Schools, home schools and freedom to practice our religions as we have been allowed up till recently.

    They have been controlling food production for a long time and once the so and so in office got his way once it will always be something and either the masses will revolt or some other event will cause civil war.
    State and national government has taken our rights and made them a government choice if we are to be allowed to live free of intervention of those who seek only to reign and make us state property.

      1. John, A wonderful treatment of a vital subject. The Great Famine by Richard Conquest tells of the horrible famine in Ukraine. Not only wheat, but the kitchen utensils to process it were confiscated. This was massive genocide. Guard towers were placed around farm fields and internal passports were used to limit travel. Thank you for pointing out this parallel to today.

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