WARNING! The Elites Won’t Tell You About the Real Catastrophe War in Ukraine Will Cause! EXPERTS CALL IT “HELL ON EARTH!”

The war in Ukraine is brewing a potential “hell on earth” according to experts – but it’s not for any of the reasons the mainstream media would have you believe.

Experts have begun sounding the alarm that the world is headed for a “catastrophic” global food crisis as a result of the conflict in Ukraine.

“Half the world’s population gets food as a result of fertilizers… and if that’s removed from the field for some crops, [the yield] will drop by 50%,” Svein Tore Holsether, head of agricultural company Yara International, told the BBC.

Russia and Ukraine are known as the “breadbasket of Europe,” being responsible for exporting nearly a quarter of the world’s wheat and half of its sunflower products, such as seeds and oil.

“For me, it’s not whether we are moving into a global food crisis – it’s how large the crisis will be,” said Holsether, noting that increasing gas prices were causing a steep rise in the cost of fertilizer.

David Beasley, the head of the World Food Program offered an even more dire warning, saying, “Just when you think hell on earth can’t get any worse, it does.”

Beasley noted that countries like Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Tunisia are dependent on Ukraine for around 50 per cent of their grains – and it has come crashing to a sudden halt.

“So you’re going from being a breadbasket to now, literally, having to hand out bread to them. It’s just an incredible reverse of reality,” he said.

Many are concerned that a massive amount of people across the world could face starvation, while those with access to food will be forced to pay astronomical prices.

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