By Marica Micallef
In the face of impending food and energy shortages caused by disastrous climate policies, the UN declares that “hungry people are the most productive people, especially when manual labour is required.“
So, it looks like they are getting us ready for food scarcity and empty stomachs. However, they are telling us not to worry, since when we are hungry, we will be more productive than we have ever been.
However, lo and behold after publishing the article entitled “The Benefits of World Hunger”, the same United Nations deleted it after it was heavily shared on social media.
Here is the deleted article, now archived:
The conclusion of this now deleted article reads:
“For those of us at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger globally would be a disaster. We would have to produce our own food and clean our own toilets. For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset.”
Before that, its author wrote:
“The conventional thinking is that hunger is caused by low-paying jobs. For example, an article reports on “Brazil’s ethanol slaves: 200,000 migrant sugar cutters who prop up renewable energy boom”.1 While it is true that hunger is caused by low-paying jobs, we need to understand that hunger at the same time causes low-paying jobs to be created. Who would have established massive biofuel production operations in Brazil if they did not know there were thousands of hungry people desperate enough to take the awful jobs they would offer? Who would build any sort of factory if they did not know that many people would be available to take the jobs at low-pay rates?
Much of the hunger literature talks about how it is important to assure that people are well fed so that they can be more productive. That is nonsense. No one works harder than hungry people. Yes, people who are well nourished have a greater capacity for productive physical activity, but well-nourished people are far less willing to do that work.
The non-governmental organization Free the Slaves defines slaves as people who are not allowed to walk away from their jobs. It estimates that there are about 27 million slaves in the world,2 including those who are literally locked into workrooms and held as bonded labourers in South Asia. However, they do not include people who might be described as slaves to hunger, that is, those who are free to walk away from their jobs but have nothing better to go to. Maybe most people who work are slaves to hunger?”
Yeah, starvation truly does that!
So, now they want to starve us so that low-paying jobs are created and we fall for such jobs, while they give everyone a universal basic income, and while we are hungry, we work harder, for the sake of how the economy works!