For centuries, governments and monarchies have toppled when food becomes too expensive and scarce for the wider population.
From France’s Marie Antoinette in 1793… to the Arab Spring in 2010… citizens have toppled governments when they go hungry.
Most recently, we saw it happen in Sri Lanka.
In July 2022, thousands of Sri Lankans stormed the Presidential Palace in Colombo to protest food and fuel shortages. The president fled the country after angry crowds stormed the compound.
I understand if many Americans don’t pay attention to its politics.
But Daily editor Teeka Tiwari says you need to pay attention to Sri Lanka. Because these shortages aren’t just affecting that country.
According to the World Food Programme (WFP), nearly 50 million people could die from the coming food crisis… That’s more than the number of people who died in World War I.
The chief of the WFP even warned these shortages could “destabilize” world economies.
The United States won’t be spared, either. According to a survey from Business Insider, about 80% of Americans are already dealing with shortages at grocery stores.
That’s why earlier this week, Teeka held a special event called Countdown to Catastrophe.
During the event, Teeka shared details about a pre-IPO company pioneering a way to grow all sorts of produce without soil.
Best of all, investors who get into this company before it goes public have a chance to 42x their money.
But here’s the thing…
The demand for this deal was so great it actually filled up a few hours after the event.
Fortunately, that’s not the end of the story… You still have a chance to get in on this pre-IPO deal.
Teeka released an urgent message to show you how to get on the waitlist for this opportunity. It’s on a first-come, first-served basis… So you must act now.
Meanwhile, you can still obtain his free blueprint on preparing for this crisis – including the name and ticker symbol of a publicly traded company Teeka believes will double in value as this crisis plays out.
He’ll also tell you which foods you should stock up on right now before they are gone from store shelves. Click here to watch the replay.
Editorial Director, Palm Beach Daily