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Placing India on the prayer list today in the wake of both natural disasters and in-progress other emergencies unfolding in that country. 

Already one of the world's most populated countries, India has experienced a population explosion in the past two decades, leading it to become numerically, as opposed to proportionately, the nation with the most hunger on earth.  Because the percentage of population experiencing hunger is lower in India than in some other countries also experiencing widespread malnutrition, a quick scanning of food-aid organization publications often shows India left off lists entirely, though the number of people starving there may be many times higher than in some of the smaller nations targeted for aid.
https://www.indiafoodbanking.org/hunger

https://top5ofanything.com/list/09a17b00/Countries-with-the-Most-Hunger

   Country          # Undernourished        %
1    India          190.7 million      10.6%
2    China          150.8 million      15.2%
3    Pakistan        39.6 million      21.7%
4    Ethiopia         32.9 million      35%
5    Bangladesh    26.2 million      16.7%

Causes of Hunger in India:
A Wikipedia article on India explains one of the most glaring ironies of that nation: while it has the 6th largest GDP and the 3rd largest purchasing power parity in the world, many of its citizens are barely consuming enough calories to survive, due in large part to a series of famines.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India

 The same article incorrectly states that famine in India largely ended in the first half of the 20th Century; several famines affecting around a billion people in the aggregate actually occurred in the late 20th Century years of 1966, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1993 and 2000 ( https://www.mapsofindia.com/my-india/india/drought-in-india-before-and-after-independence ).

Year of drought   Places affected   Number of people affected
1966   Bihar and Orissa   50 million
1969   Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana,
          Karnataka, and Madhya Pradesh   15 million
1970   Bihar and Rajasthan   17.2 million
1972   Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh   50 million
1979   Eastern Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh   200 million
1982   Rajasthan, Punjab, and Himachal Pradesh   100 million
1983   Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala Rajasthan, Karnataka, Bihar and Orissa   100               million
1987   Whole of eastern and northwestern India   300 million
1992   Rajasthan, Orissa, Gujarat, Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh   No figures
2000   Rajasthan, Gujarat, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh   More than              100 million

The same article lists major dietary staples as consisting of rice, wheat and lentils, all of which are high in dietary lectins and phytates, which are anti-nutrients preventing the absorption of nutrients in the body.  They are harmless when included as part of a larger diet, but for many in India, these foods comprise the bulk of the diet, and modern laws requiring nutritional fortification were only passed in that country as recently as 2017.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antinutrient



Another Wikipedia article titled "Famine in India" further elaborated that in the 18th-20th Centuries, a series of famines occurred that were due in large part not only to drought, but also to rodents and British colonial mismanagement, which forced a disproportionate amount of Indian land to support export rather than subsistence crops, even with widespread famines in progress.  Much of the Indian population, once weakened by hunger, then became vulnerable to plague and influenza.  No doubt, this policy and its results were at least partly influenced by the Reverend Thomas Malthus' 1798 treatise on how allowing the poor to starve was in their best interests, in spite of centuries of religious teaching to the contrary.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famine_in_India

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Robert_Malthus

The article continues, adding that an example of modern government mismanagement of agriculture has been in its targeting of funds to areas experiencing adequate rainfall, rather than to drought-stricken regions, which some other publications suggest might have benefited from programs such as reforestation, irrigation and low-interest agricultural loans.

More recently, numerous agricultural losses have been due to a series of catastrophic floods that relentlessly occurred in sequence in 2017, as documented in another Wikipedia article titled "2017 South Asian Floods."  Wiki has five other articles detailing those floods individually, most of which occurred in northern India, affecting 31 million people and destroying 800,000 homes. 



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Experts have called these the worst South Asian floods in decades, with long-term food supplies in question due to ruined farmland.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_South_Asian_floods



In addition, recent articles in the news of potential civil rights encroachments have included border closings, elimination of most cash, and an enforced dependence upon electronic transactions, all of which could interfere with free movement of Indian citizens away from further potential cataclysms. 

Positive assets of the Indian people include knowledge of subsistence farming among rural populations, a strong family ethic, and a rich and ancient spiritual heritage, as well as proximity in the north to the Himalayan Mountains.

Predictions exist that the Indian sub-continent will find itself seismically thrust beneath the Himalayas, flooding the country with tumultuous water from the Indian Ocean that will make even boating unsafe. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfo24a.htm

May the poor in  India, who cannot afford other means of escape, evacuate to the mountains to the north of that country, where agriculture is challenging but not impossible.  May they be able to afford mules packed with survival gear, and may they exit with dispatch.

http://agropedia.iitk.ac.in/content/mountain-agriculture-india

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVuiMC38ZPI

@ around 25:00, map of distribution of refugees around the world

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Adding Colombia to the prayer list in the wake of the evacuation of 8 municipalities due to a flood-induced rupture of a hydro-electric dam on the Cauca River, which has wiped out homes and caused evacuation orders affecting 120,000 people.
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,5208.msg104937.html#msg104937

Colombia, the equatorial gateway from Central to South America, is a culturally diverse country that is unusual in that most of its major urban centers are situated in the Andes mountain range, as opposed to being coastal, with the notable exception of Cartagena in the lowlands.  Bogata', for example, is located at more than 8,500' in elevation in a cold climate for being equatorial.  Its temperatures all this week for example range from daytime highs in the low 60's F to nighttime lows in the upper 40's F. 


Bogata' as seen from Monserrate Mountain.

Other unusual features include a concentration of 20% of the world's plant species in the relatively small geographical area, and a number of rare species of both animals and plants not found anywhere else on earth.  This may be due to the varied topography and climate of Colombia, with its high mountains, access to both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, grasslands, major river basins, and part of the Amazon Jungle.

http://lntreasures.com/colombiam.html


The Sapphire-throated hummingbird is one of many species only found in Colombia.

Parts of the country remain glaciated:


Much of what Westerners think of Colombia may have been shaped by the constant commentary about it in the news media during the period of U.S. involvement in on-going low-intensity conflict there, in the name of the War on Communism and the War on Drugs, though partly funded by U.S. corporations such as Chiquita Banana and Coca-Cola.  The War on Drugs experienced both success and failure: major drug cartels were broken up, but  grassroots producers eventually expanded coca production, until the Colombian government altered its policy from one of punishing farmers for a lucrative cash crop to one of subsidizing agricultural alternatives.  Meanwhile, this Wikipedia article says that the reason coca production remains a profitable crop for farmers in Colombia is that the demand is so high for it in the U.S., where one in every six Americans freely admits to having used drugs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illegal_drug_trade_in_Colombia

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/18/colombia-united-nations-assembly-war-on-drugs


Colombian coca crop

https://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/New-Chiquita-Papers-Expose-How-Banana-Execs-Fueled-War-and-Terror-in-Colombia-for-Decades-20170425-0013.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_Wars

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/chiquita-accused-of-funding-colombia-terrorists/

The nation has signed on to a number of free-trade agreements, and has considerable influence especially in the Andean region.  The Wikipedia article on Colombia says it continues to provide relief to Venezuela, while respecting that nation's need to work out its own problems internally, and welcomes immigration by Venezuelans into Colombia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colombia_trade_agreements

As is true of numerous other South American countries, the Colombian population primarily adheres to the Catholic faith, though all religions are Constitutionally protected.  Life expectancy is nearly 75 years, compared with about 78 years in the U.S.   

Predictions exist that Colombia, with its northern coastal summits in excess of 18,000', will become a key place of refuge for Caribbeans and Panamanians caught in the deluge ( http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx255.htm ).  The majority of cities in Colombia are also located in the northern half of the country, making that area not the ideal safety destination. 



In addition, the mountains located off of the Pacific coast to the west are a seismically active part of the Ring of Fire, with several volcanoes.



The eastern border of Colombia comprises the lowlands, and adjoins Venezuela with its dire problems and emigration.  The central portion of the country, around Meta, is known for government corruption and violence.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Macarena,_Meta



To the south would seem to be Colombia's safe locations, toward the protrusion that adjoins northern Peru and Brazil.   South-central and South-east states are far less populated than south-western states, and tend to lean heavily toward small farms owned by indigenous people.  Examples include the states ("departments") of Vaupes and Amazonas, as well as adjacent states to those:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaup%C3%A9s_Department

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazonas_Department



May the people of Colombia who have lost their homes in devastating floods, and who may be vulnerable to seismic activity and other threats, consider migrating away from cities in the north and volcanoes in the west, toward the southern provinces where indigenous populations have lived and farmed in and near the Amazon Rainforest for thousands of years. 

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Thanks for posting this very informative, and educational article. 

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It would be a good idea now to pray for those in the area of the Hawaiian volcano eruptions and flows.  It sounds as if the stuff being ejected in being flung almost 5 miles into the sky!  Unbelievable.  Must be a monster eruption.  Was totally unaware they can be that powerful.

Then reading in one of the posts today about how helicopter pilots are risking their own lives by flying in to rescue some of the late evacuees.  Scary times and may all the living things escape the lava and falling debris.

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I second that prayer request.  Am still trying to wrap my head around the extent of it. 

The Zetas seem silent on this issue right now.  Previous Zeta discussion focused more upon getting to higher ground to avoid a deluge of water.  No one counted on the island cracking open and lava by-passing the volcano craters like this.  http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx039.htm

With the southeastern geothermal / chemical plant predicted to possibly explode when cornered by the lava streak, my question remains: is the rest of the island safe, or do they need to evacuate as well?  There is too much seismic activity in and around the bigger volcanoes there to make me feel credible with a prayer that anticipates this blowing over quickly so that everyone can get on with business as usual.  My gut is telling me that this isn't over yet, and that non-evacuees may need to get out of there, but some in the alternative press are suggesting that Hawaiian officials don't want to alarm the tourism industry.  Evacuees who were preppers have lost everything, and are now forced to start from scratch just as it appears that bulk food prices may be moving out of reach of all but the wealthy soon due to redundant crop failures.

May those Hawaiians who have been forced to evacuate from the southeastern portion of the main island find a welcoming refuge.  May insurance claims, to the extent that policies were underwritten at all in that location, be settled quickly so that the insured may have the resources to secure appropriate property, make necessary amendments to it while still possible, start their gardens, and gather supplies against future famines and shortages.  Special prayers go out for the uninsured or under-insured, who may have been reduced to a lesser ability to control the direction of their future at this point.  Prayers also for emergency personnel who are assisting with helicopter rescues.  Many thanks that no lives have been lost to-date, as of yesterday's news reports, and may that continue to be the case.  Prayers also for affected animals, both wild and domesticated.  May the Comforter be abundantly present at this time.

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Placing Burundi on the prayer list in the wake of Jim's report yesterday of devastating flooding there this month, in which nearly 13,000 people and more than 2,100 homes were affected:
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6805.msg104976.html#msg104976

This follows on the heels of a deadly landslide in March and more catastrophic flooding in January that displaced 2,000 people.  Just prior to this, the same location had been hit by a cholera outbreak, per Jim's linked article: https://watchers.news/2018/05/20/two-rivers-overflow-leaving-over-2-100-homes-and-12-900-people-affected-in-gatumba-burundi/

Even before these hardships, Burundi was already listed at the very bottom of the World Happiness Report, with a malnourished and deeply impoverished population:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Happiness_Report

Wikipedia says that 90% of the Burundi population is engaged in subsistence agriculture, with 50% of its GDP being from agricultural product exports, primarily of coffee.  The majority of the people are also Christian.

Goats for sale in Burundi

Located in the Great Lakes equatorial region of Central Africa, Burundi has an even greater proportion of rural-dwellers than Papua New Guinea, with only 13% living in urban areas.  The country is occupied by three tribes, with the largest by far comprised of the Hutu people, while the Tutsi and Twa clans represent a smaller fraction of the population.  The Twa pygmy people are the least enfranchised of the three tribes, being mobile hunter-gatherers transcending national boundaries, inhabiting pockets of the entire African Great Lakes region and co-existing peacefully with more sedentary farming tribes.  It also is the only tribe with ancient roots in the area.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twa

The other two tribes have a complex social history which Wikipedia says even academics do not fully comprehend, other than to say that they lived in peace until the 1600's, when population growth began to out-run scarce resources.  Essentially, the smaller Tutsi clan was at one time divided into the royal class and the shepherd class, while the more numerous Hutu people were mainly farmers, but could accede to the nobility class and participate in government by acquiring property.  The monarchy was converted to a republic in the 1960's.

Tensions between the tribes came to a head in the early 1970's when the Hutu people formally attempted to secede and the abandoned monarchy attempted to reassert itself, resulting in a bloody civil war that may have killed hundreds of thousands of citizens and made ex-patriots out of several hundred thousand more, for a total loss of perhaps a million individuals.    Several coups and attempted dictatorships occurred in the following quarter-century, until Tanzania and South Africa finally negotiated a peace treaty based upon equality of the tribes, which appears to have been at least partly successful, with short presidential terms of office, greater Hutu representation in the military, and membership in regional trading blocs being the appeasing factors.  Violence against civilians continues to be an issue, as well as grievances over past atrocities that have not been brought to justice. 

Nearly half a million refugees have been repatriated, bringing new property disputes.  Most recently violence has broken out over corruption and failure of the president to honor term limits and step down, leading to another wave of 100,000 refugees fleeing.

Safe zones:
Predictions exist that all of Africa will experience a rise in elevation that will serve as a buffer from the expected deluge:
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx064.htm

Urban centers are concentrated in the western half of Burundi, making that portion of the country a good place to avoid. 


Another reason to avoid the western part of Burundi is the recent Ebola outbreak in neighboring Congo to the west.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/may/17/drc-ebola-outbreak-in-new-phase-with-case-in-north-west-city-officials

Of the 18 provinces, Cankuzo in the far northeast has the lowest population density of 300 people per square mile. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cankuzo_Province






Map of violence outbreaks in Burundi in the 21st Century.  Cankuzo is one of the few locations in Burundi aloof from the violence.
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Civil-War-and-Economic-Sanctions%3A-An-Analysis-of-in-Bundervoet-Verwimp/57111d5b711362d60866c65d3720e95de2a9f3f8


Directions of the spread of the most recent civil war


https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/5711/1d5b711362d60866c65d3720e95de2a9f3f8.pdf?_ga=2.162342783.2106069116.1527022289-2144927146.1527022289

Cankuzo is further sheltered from western provinces by the Rurubu National Forest (a.k.a. Ruvubu), which provides a buffer running along its entire western perimeter. 


http://www.enjoyburundi.info/pure-nature/ruvubu-national-park-in-burundi/

An alternative to moving to safety in the east is to climb the 8,806' Mount Heha in the west, although it is located in a province that has been recently subject to outbreaks of violence, perhaps more so at the lower elevations.

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It’s hard to describe or even show in pictures just how steep the hills are here and yet they are farmed from bottom to top.
~a hiker who ascended Mt. Heha
https://beautyandwonder.net/2018/03/31/a-hike-up-mt-heha/



May the people of Burundi consider moving either up in elevation or toward the eastern border with Tanzania, away from cities, civil strife, and the emerging Ebola epidemic in the Congo.  May they move away from large bodies of water, as well as stagnant water.  May those who survive the Tribulation, having been in the world's unhappiest country according to the above report, reap the prophecy that the last shall be first in the Aftertime.
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Adding a push-pin map of locations on the prayer list so far, and notice the narrow band of latitudes that appear.  Of course, this will probably change over time:


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Seems like most of the people of Burundi are better suited for survival than most, in the event of an EMP or something equally disruptive.  It is always empowering to see people growing lots of food, using few if any fossil fuels, and still surviving.

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I agree, and wonder after researching several of these countries if the impressions that we've been given of many of them via MSM may have been a bit patronizing. 

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I agree, and wonder after researching several of these countries if the impressions that we've been given of many of them via MSM may have been a bit patronizing.
Absolutely.

A few months ago, a friend emailed me an article on the "horrible life in Cuba" which proceeded to show how poor many people are and how they don't have modern cars, modern houses, etc., and it seemed basically a slam at any country that has not been converted into a consumer economy, whose sole purpose is to consume resources and feed the monster.

But some years ago I had read that although people appear poor in Cuba, everyone has food and everyone has shoes.  One must remember that when we created that embargo against them years ago for aligning themselves with USSR, one of the things the U.S. did, which it apparently thought was "punishing" Cuba, did the opposite.  Part of the embargo was NPK fertilizers, as well as synthetic pesticides of all kinds.  As a result of that the country basically went organic, although they may not have proudly proclaimed it.  They went without "rescue chemistry" because they had no access to it, and in the process began to grow healthier food.

I do not know if in these times Monsanto has been allowed to gain a foothold (stranglehold actually), and imprison and impoverish farmers there, as they have done in India, but if not, then Cuba might be able to maintain control over their food.  I wish the Cuban people well and hope they continue to grow food without toxic chemistry. 

Yes, MSM certainly can spin tales, can't they?

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Definitely!  ::)

"Yay" for being "forced" to do without Agribusiness chemicals!  :) 

I read somewhere that it is the policy in Cuba, born of necessity, not to allow any empty ground in the country to exist without a garden being planted on it.

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Following up on Jim's daily report and adding Uganda to the prayer list, as the giant cracks that opened up in Kenya have spread to the Ugandan border, affecting hundreds of homes.  Flooding has also washed away homes recently, and landslides have damaged infrastructure as well.
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6805.msg105048.html#msg105048



From Science Global News:
http://scienceglobalnews.com/uncategorized/after-kenya-now-uganda-giant-cracks-destroy-over-300-houses-and-prompt-evacuation-of-dozens-of-residents-in-uganda-in-the-east-african-rift-in-videos-and-pictures/

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Over 300 homes have been destroyed and several people displaced after several big cracks developed following heavy rain in Bupoto Sub County and Namisindwa town council in Namisindwa district, Uganda on May 23, 2018. The fissures in the ground go right through people’s houses, gardens and bridges have been washed away. Like Kenya, Uganda is situated in the valley of the East African Rift, which is in the process of splitting the African Plate into two new separate plates – the Nubian Plate and the Somali Plate. After giant cracks opened up in Kenya, now Uganda has its own cracks. Something big is happening in the region right now



The article goes on to explain that several different continental plates are in the midst of pulling apart at a juncture that appears to have Uganda caught in a "Y"-shaped trap.  Posting a Wikipedia map of the rift location:


A map of East Africa showing some of the historically active volcanoes (red triangles) and the Afar Triangle (shaded, center)—a triple junction where three plates are pulling away from one another: the Arabian Plate, and the two parts of the African Plate (the Nubian and the Somali) splitting along the East African Rift Zone (USGS).


The Y-shaped rift valley almost completely encompasses Uganda.

Uganda is a nation with borders artificially created by the British in order to maintain an open trade route from the headwaters of the Nile River, which has its source in Uganda, to the Mediterranean Sea.  The country was cobbled together by annexing several sovereign African kingdoms in the region, the largest of which is Buganda in the south, with several million present-day citizens and a constitutional monarchy that has struggled for a large degree of independence from the secular government of Uganda. 


Buganda is shaded red on this map

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buganda

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uganda

Wikipedia says that Uganda is militarily active in the surrounding region, second only to the presence of the U.S. military, and maintains a presence in the Congo, Somalia and Sudan, among others.

Topographically, Uganda is primarily a savanna, or grassy subtropical plain lying almost entirely in the Nile basin according to the Wikipedia article on that country.

The capital city, Kampala, is located in the southeastern quadrant where the Buganda Kingdom borders on Lake Victoria, making it technically remote from the land that it governs, as well as geographically separated from its citizens by a kingdom that it only partially governs.  Kampala is one of the fastest-growing cities on the planet, having doubled in population recently in just 12 years.



Along the northeast border with Kenya is an extinct caldera mountain range adjacent to the Great Rift Valley, which is also the origination point of the Marburg Virus written about in The Hot Zone.

In the southwestern-most corner is a chain of volcanoes in the Virunga Mountains, and to the west is the Congo with its recent Ebola outbreak.  A Wikipedia article on the East African Rift lists the Virunga Mountains as comprising the westernmost edge of the Rift, along with Lake Edward all the way up the western border to Lake Albert, meaning that the entire western border may be unsafe, though the worst of the rift seems to run to the right of Lake Victoria into Kenya, as we have seen in that article on this thread.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_African_Rift


The volcanic Virunga Mountain Range runs through the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda

The north border with Sudan is the home of people on the verge of starvation already, and Zetatalk predicts a desperate wave of emigration of Sudanese to the south into Uganda: http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx285.htm .  In addition, the areas from central Uganda to the northern border with Sudan, and northwestern Uganda, are prone to two different strains of African Sleeping Sickness from the bites of tse-tse flies, and transmission by human contact is also documented:
https://www.bmj.com/content/331/7527/1238

One possible safe location, however, along the border with the Congo is Margherita Peak, the third highest summit in Africa on Mount Stanley in the Rwenzori Mountain Range, with only a small amount of glaciation at the summit:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Stanley

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rwenzori_Mountains_National_Park

Rwenzori Mountain woman



May the people of Uganda consider migrating away from such looming dangers as the enormous southeastern Lake Victoria and central Lake Kyoga, the eastern border adjacent to the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, and the lower lands bordering the Congo, opting instead to climb in elevation in the Rwenzori Mountain Range, placing them on the far western continental edge of the rift valleys, while aloof from disease, flooding and strife below. 
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Definitely!  ::)

"Yay" for being "forced" to do without Agribusiness chemicals!  :) 

I read somewhere that it is the policy in Cuba, born of necessity, not to allow any empty ground in the country to exist without a garden being planted on it.
Now that is some smart policy! 

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Definitely!  ::)

"Yay" for being "forced" to do without Agribusiness chemicals!  :) 

I read somewhere that it is the policy in Cuba, born of necessity, not to allow any empty ground in the country to exist without a garden being planted on it.
Now that is some smart policy!

There are many good things about the Cuban culture, even with governmental system, some of it was good...even with the years of privation, courage...

 

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