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Coming Famine in China - Back to Jerusalem

2021 could be one of the deadliest years on record for China, due to the worst food shortage in the last 50 years. The alarm was sounded earlier this year when a secret memo was leaked from a party committee meeting.

A secret government document, dated March 28, leaked out of a party committee in Linxia Prefecture. An emergency meeting was called to make special arrangements because of food shortages.

"The State Party Committee, the government, counties and cities must do everything possible to transfer and store all kinds of food such as grain, beef, lamb, oil and salt through various channels," the document said, according to a report from Radio Free Asia.

 2020 has been an extremely difficult year for China. In January, China was hit with the coronavirus and the nation went into extreme lockdown. Nations around the world began to rethink their supply chain as the US cranked up a trade war with China and a mass exodus of businesses left China, leaving many factories empty and countless workers jobless.

These events alone would have been enough to crush any economy, but then tragedy struck in the form of mother nature. China has seen some of the worst plagues of diseases, earthquakes, storms, and even swarms of locusts destroy hundreds of millions of livestock and destroy millions of acres of farmland.

Now, the most populated nation on earth has to figure out how to feed 1.5 billion people.

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