IMF Warns That The War In Ukraine Will Lead To Civil Unrest Over Resource Shortages

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced that it's latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) shows that civil unrest is likely in Europe, Africa, The Americas, and Asia due to price rises and sudden lack of resources caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine alone stands to loose more than a third of their total GDP, the largest such fall of a developed nation since 2008.

The economic waves caused by the war have already showed in Russia dependent European countries like the Baltic States, Germany, and our own United Kingdom.

Over the course of mere days the world plunged back into a debt pool after a promising recovery in the twilight years of the Covid pandemic.

Civil unrest due to shortages has already broken out in Sri Lanka (Formally Ceylon), America, the Benelux Region, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe (Formally Rhodesia), Zambia, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Formally Zaire), and many more.

Many have compared it to the BLM and ANTIFA riots between 2016-2021 along with the 1973 OPEC oil crisis. 

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