Black lives don’t matter to the UN. The UN has been intentionally keeping the African people starving for food and water for political and financial gain. The UN has been exploiting the African people to obtain $billions to promote and bankroll its climate change agenda.
The UN is and has been claiming that climate change is to blame for the African people dying of acute hunger, malnutrition and thirst. The fact is, the UN is to blame.
A decade ago it was reported that researchers had discovered and mapped vast amounts of groundwater under the Africa continent.
“Where there’s greatest ground water storage is in northern Africa, in the large sedimentary basins, in Libya, Algeria and Chad,”
“The amount of storage in those basins is equivalent to 75m thickness of water across that area – it’s a huge amount.”
Researchers from the British Geological Survey and University College London (UCL) mapped in detail the amount and potential yield of this groundwater resource across the African continent.
“A newly discovered water source in Namibia could have a major impact on development in the driest country in sub-Saharan Africa.
Estimates suggest the aquifer could supply the north of the country for 400 years at current rates of consumption.” Matt McGrath of BBC, reported in July 2012
The UN knows there is more than enough clean water in Africa to feed the African people.
“The fact is that there is already a tremendous amount of water available for Africa but it is rarely collected”. Nick Nuttall, spokesman for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) in Nairobi
A study by UNEP and the World Agroforestry Centre found there is enough water falling as rain over Africa to supply the needs of some 9 billion people.
“Ethiopia, where just over a fifth of the population are covered by domestic water supply and an estimated 46 per cent of the population suffer hunger, has a potential rainwater harvest equivalent to the population needs of over 520 million people,” Nuttall told Reuters.
The UN stated 10 years ago that Africa is sitting on a vast reservoir of fresh water. The news reports 10 years ago called it “a sea of fresh water”. So why are the African people still dying of hunger and thirst? The UN is exploiting them for political and financial gain.
Much of the water in Africa is located 100 – 250 m (800 feet) below the surface. Most Canadian and American household water wells are from 100 to 800 feet deep, but a few are over 1,000 feet deep. That means Africa’s fresh water can be easily accessed. However, for decades the UN has been intentionally keeping the fresh water inaccessible.
A Foot pump for 55 metres installation depth is being sold by UNICEF in Africa for 1,756.54 USD. It’s a UN financial scam because a 55 meters foot pump can’t reach the sea of fresh water that is between 100 – 250 meters below the surface. A water foot pump for a 80 metres well is being sold by UNICEF in Africa for US$3,794.64.
Compare those prices to what we in Canada pay for a deep well water pump and you can clearly see that the UN is exploiting the African people.
The total volume of groundwater in Africa is estimated to be 0.66 million km3 with a range in uncertainty of between 0.36 and 1.75 million km3