Biden’s Latest Slow Moving Disaster Threatens to Upend Western Civilization, Cause Famine and Mass Migration

Democrat President Joe Biden’s handling of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is threatening to upend Western civilization.

Experts and world government officials are now warning of global famine and mass migration due to food shortages resulting from the war.

As the Biden administration has hit Russia with sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin has continued his invasion of Ukraine, undeterred.

As the war rages on, and food shortages worsen, the world continues to edge closer to a global catastrophe.

Mike Cernovich said:

“They imposed sanctions on Russia because they know nothing and can’t think beyond one move.

“Now that PREDICABLE famine is resulting from their policies, they blame anyone but themselves.”

From Yahoo:

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned of famine and a hunger “catastrophe,” as he accused Russia of blocking grain exports from his war-torn country — which the U.S. has described as an effort “to break the spirit of the Ukrainian people.”

During remarks at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this past week, Zelensky said that Russian forces were blocking Ukraine from exporting 22 million tons of food products that include “our grain, barley, sunflower and more.”

“If we do not export in the coming months, if there are no political agreements with Russia through intermediaries — there will be famine, there will be a catastrophe, there will be a deficit, there will be a high price,” Zelensky said.

Earlier in May, Ukraine closed its four ports — Mariupol, Berdiansk and Skadovsk in the Sea of Azov, and Kherson in the Black Sea — “until the restoration of control.”

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Some of the ports were captured by Russian forces, while others were blockaded.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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