INDIAN PROJECT ABHIGYA ANAND FORECAST 7 CHALLENGES OF THE WORLD
Prodigy Indian prophet Abhigya Anand in the past few years has been welcomed by the media for his quite accurate forecasts about the Covid-19 pandemic.
Abhigya Anand’s predictions based on astrology are often posted on Youtube channel CONSCIENCE with more than 1.1 million followers.
5 months ago, Abhigya Anand posted a video predicting the title “Global Energy Crisis and Economic Challenges” (rough translation: Energy Crisis and Global Economic Challenge) October 22, 2021. In this video, prodigy Indian prophet Abhigya Anand predicts 7 major challenges facing the world simultaneously between December 2021 and May 2022.
Surprisingly, some of the 7 challenges are slowly becoming a reality!
Indian prophet prodigy Abhigya Anand.
First, Abhigya Anand forecast 7 major challenges facing the world including:
– Energy crisis
– Economic Crisis
– Breaking the global supply chain
– Covid-19 pandemic
– Severe weather
– Lack of coal
– Famine raged
Let’s analyze Abhigya Anand’s predictions from a professional perspective and the current state of the world.
SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM
In the latest report of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) published on March 11, 2022, FAO experts said that the war between Russia and Ukraine has had serious impacts on global agricultural market.
Not only that, but the 41-page FAO report outlines the economic and humanitarian risks associated with this conflict. The report was obtained from a presentation by FAO Director General Qu Dongyu and G7 agriculture ministers, Thefencepost information.
1. Breaking the global agricultural supply chain
FAO analysis: Russia and Ukraine are among the most important agricultural commodity producers in the world. Both countries are net exporters of agricultural products and both play leading roles in the global food and fertilizer markets.
In 2021, Ukraine ranks among the top three global exporters of wheat, maize, rapeseed, sunflower seed and sunflower oil, while Russia also ranks first among the top exporters of nitrogenous fertilizers. world leader and the second largest supplier of potassium and phosphorus fertilizers.
In Ukraine alone, the recent escalation of conflict has resulted in port closures, oilseed crushing production halts and export licensing requirements for certain crops… all of which could affect the country’s grain and vegetable oil exports in the coming months.
As for Russia, the export sector is facing difficulties due to economic sanctions imposed on the country.
Result: Many countries belong to Least Developed Countries (LDC) and Low Income Food Deficit Countries (LIFDC) – heavily dependent on Ukraine and Russia’s food supplies to meet their consumption needs – are grappling with the negative effects of high international food and fertilizer prices.
2. Famine raged
Also in the FAO report, the experts highlight the humanitarian risks associated with escalating tensions in Russia and Ukraine.
In particular, on a global scale, if the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues, it could put additional pressure on international food commodity prices, especially to the detriment of vulnerable countries. economic damage.
FAO calculations suggest that the number of undernourished people globally could increase from 8 to 13 million by 2022/23, with The most pronounced increase occurred in Asia-Pacific, followed by sub-Saharan Africa, and the Near East and North Africa.
In Ukraine alone, due to direct restrictions on agricultural production, limited economic activity, and rising prices, the conflict will further reduce the purchasing power of the local population, with consequent increased loss of income. food security and malnutrition.
3. Energy Crisis
According to the FAO, Russia is a country that plays an important role in the global energy market.
CNBC Comments on March 2, 2022, tensions between Russia and Ukraine have had serious consequences for the global energy market. The European Union (EU) is dependent on Russian natural gas, and that dependence has forced the US and Europe to, so far, maintain a loophole in tough economic sanctions against Russia.
March 16, 2022, Bloomberg The Ukraine crisis and sanctions on Russia have rattled energy markets, sending crude oil prices above $100 a barrel and putting pressure on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to raise prices. Quantity.
4. Other matters
Abhigya Anand’s predictions are largely correct at the present time when the Earth is facing climate change/global warming due to massive amounts of CO2 and CH4 (from anthropogenic activities) emitted into the atmosphere. ozone. This leads to more natural disasters, crop failure, and consequently hunger in many parts of the world.
With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic over the past few years, which has affected the health of the world economy, the global supply chain has also been affected.
In the context of people’s increasing energy needs, the energy crisis/fuel shortage is a problem for many governments. It’s time to make renewable energy/clean energy a priority.
CNBC The Russia-Ukraine crisis not only hurts the global energy market, but also affects another issue, climate change.
As the severe report released at the end of February 2022 by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is urgent and clear: Global warming is a threat imperative to human happiness.
“Nearly half of humanity is living in danger zones – right now. Many ecosystems are at a point of no return – right now. Unregulated carbon pollution is gripping vulnerable people. The most in the world fall to destruction – right now,” United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced on the official United Nations (UN) website.
“Fossil fuels are a ‘dead end’ for our planet, for humanity, for economies,” added Mr. António Guterres.
Source: FAO, CNBC, Bloomberg
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