There was a time when the worst crisis anyone could think about was ‘nuclear war’. It seemed so unreal, that unless someone was convinced to dig an underground bomb shelter or store tubes of awful-tasting emergency rations, the fear of nuclear war didn’t cause many people to live their lives any differently.
But today we know that ‘crisis’ is much closer to home. Today the average family is much more likely to experience a ‘crisis’ that changes their normal daily life. What exactly is a ‘food crisis’? A ‘food crisis’ is anything that affects you being able to get enough food for yourself and your family.
Today we are watching many different crises playing out on the worldwide stage. According to recent United Nations statistics, about 925 million, or 1 in 7, people went hungry in 2020. The number one cause of hunger is poverty, and most people who went hungry were in developing nations.
But just this year alone we have seen global political unrest, toppling of long-time political leaders, rioting in the streets, the Arab Spring revolutions in the Middle East, countries stuck in debt and close to bankruptcy.
When Shit Hits The Fan, this is the eBook you need to have read. Just to keep food on the table.