What You Need to Know About Animal Disease, Weather, and Skid with Michael Snyder

What You Need to Know About Animal Disease, Weather, and Skid with Michael Snyder

There is an outbreak of disease in the world's pork supply. Record high heat, rains, and floods are hitting across the country. Skid rows in our major cities are growing. Listen to how the Lord warned Michael Snyder of these issues through a letter from a sister in Christ back in 2016. Bonus Greenelines takeaways at the end.

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Episode Notes

Greenelines with

Dr. Steve Greene

Guest: Michael Snyder

There is an outbreak of disease in the world's pork supply. Record high heat, rains, and floods are hitting across the country. Skid rows in our major cities are growing. Listen to how the Lord warned Michael Snyder of these issues through a letter from a sister in Christ back in 2016. Bonus Greenelines takeaways at the end.

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines Podcast and Newsletter

 

Introduction

Dr. Steve Greene: This is the Greenelines podcast. I'm Steve Greene on the Charisma Podcast Network. This show is brought to you by my book, Love Leads. I am so excited to talk with you about my book. I haven't done this. I feel a little funny about it. But at the same time, I believe the Lord gave me this book. It is inspired. I hope you would say that after you've read it. It's filled with Scripture, and concepts about leadership that really begin in the home. I've always felt that if we can't lead at home, we're surely not going to be able to lead in any business environment. So, I think it's a carry over. I'm trying to debunk that myth that you got to be strong and tough to be a good leader. I just believe you've got to do what Jesus did and love. If we can't love one another, if we can't demonstrate love at work, what are we doing leading? If God is love, and we don't love, how then are we supposed to lead? Are we supposed to lead by opinion or by the size of my biceps, or how loud I can yell? No, I think we're supposed to lead based on biblical principles. I've tried to identify those throughout this book. In fact, this book is a spiritual connection between all of our relationships and our productivity, that if we work together, we love one another, we treat each other with respect and honor and accountability … if we do that, we're going to be more productive, we're going to get more done and I teach a complete sermon on the productive home. I believe that we've got to learn to be more productive at home. This book of fine will help you with that.

I want to read you something John Bevere said about my book. Is this vain? I hope you don't think so. I hope it isn't because listen to what John Bevere says about my book. Love Leads is a must read for all those in a position of leadership. Now, before you say to me, I'm not in a position of leadership, may I say to you that yes, you are. You are to lead others to Christ, you are to lead your home. You are to lead your friends out of the valleys that they get into. You spend a lot of your day leading, whether you know it or not. I think Love Leads will help you. It's an important book. I have many good reviews on it on Amazon. I'd like to send you though, to Charisma to get you a good price and free shipping. It's loveleads.charismamag.com; love leads.charismamag.com. Now let's get to the show, and thanks for enduring me.

Dr. Steve Greene: Welcome back to one of my favorite shows with a guest that is so important to you. It's one thing to like a person and respect them and read what they write. But it's another thing to fully understand how important the topics are that we discuss with a great friend of Christian media. My brother, Michael Snyder, he's on the line. Now we're going to speak with him about several topics, but I want to raise that banner over him now and say listen to this man. He's got a word for you. He’s not an alarmist at all. I believe he speaks the truth. I believe he sees what's happening. He's an educated, well-read man, and he's a great writer. So, let's put that together and have a listen to what's on Michael Snyder's heart today.

 

Previous Michael Snyder CPN Podcasts

·         Why 102 Million Americans Do Not Have a Job Right Now with Michael Snyder

·         The Moral Collapse is Spinning Out of Control with Michael Snyder

·         Michael Snyder Asks: Are We Destroying the Future to Live in the Present?

 

We've read a lot on your websites, and I want you to be sure to tell people about that as we go along. And how's your newest site doing, by the way?

Michael Snyder: Themostimportantnews.com has really kind of struck a chord here recently as we've gone and focused more on some of the prophetic things that are happening around the world and what God is saying to his people. We’re seeing a real increase in numbers and people coming. Certainly, as events are starting to accelerate around the world, we're starting to see a number of key things happen and I believe we're going to speak about several of those today.

 

Michael Snyder on Charisma

·         If the Chinese Were Upset Before, Now They Are Going to be Absolutely Furious After Trump’s Latest Move

·         How the Trade War is Going to Affect You and Your Family

·         Iranian Official Taunts Trump: ‘They Are Not Ready for a War, ‘Specially When Israel is Within our Range’

·         Do You Even Care That America’s On the Brink of Apocalyptic War with Iran?

 

Dr. Steve Greene: For those of you listening now, you might want to get a hold of your phone or your laptop and go directly to themostimportant news.com and maybe follow along and see some of the stories that Michael's going to be talking about. I want to begin our discussion with this rapid growth of animal disease, some terrible things are happening. Why don't you take it from there, brother?

 

Michael Snyder Books

·          The Beginning of the End

·         The Rapture Verdict

·         Living a Life That Really Matters

 

Michael Snyder: This is something that I've been tracking for a while. But there was just an article just a few days ago, a Fox News article declared that this is now, quote, the biggest animal disease outbreak we've ever had on the planet. It is called African Swine Fever, otherwise referred to sometimes as Pig Ebola. But there's no vaccine for this and there's no cure. When a pig gets it, there's about a 90 percent chance that the pig is going to die. So, once it gets on a pig farm and a pig catches it … and it spreads very, very rapidly. Because there's no vaccine, no cure, the only solution once it starts spreading on a pig farm is to basically kill all the pigs and hope and hope that it doesn't spread anywhere else. This outbreak started last year in China. China is home to about half of the of all the pigs in the entire world, or I should say was home that about half the pigs in the entire world, because this disease has been spreading like wildfire. At this point, it's affected so many pig farms and like I said, once it gets on a pig farm and starts spreading, most of the pigs dying and they have to kill all the rest of them any way to prevent the spread of the disease. At this point, Rabobank is projecting that the losses that we're looking at this point in China alone is 210 million pigs; 30 percent of what they usually slaughter in a year, which is 700 million. So, we're talking about 210 million pigs lost this year alone already just in China. It continues to spread, but it's gotten out of China. Of course, in recent months.

We've seen it spread to Vietnam. In Vietnam, three quarters of all the meat they eat is from pork. And so, it’s starting to spread there, into a major national crisis. It has spread into Cambodia, it has spread to Mongolia, it has spread to Hong Kong. It's basically spread to North Korea now and starting to spread all over Asia. It’s a major, major problem there because pork is such a huge part of their diet. It's also starting to spread into Europe. In fact, an outbreak erupted on a pig farm in Poland. Denmark is so concerned about this they data actually built a 43-mile border fence to keep out wild boars to try to prevent it from spreading into Denmark. So, this is spreading all over the world. News outlets like FOX News are saying, hey, this is the worst outbreak we've ever seen. There's no cure, there's no way to stop it. So, this is a really major concern because it really is an existential threat to the global pork industry. Fortunately, there haven't been any outbreaks here in the United States yet, but I'll tell you what.

Pig farmers here in this country, this is their number one concern right now. They are very concerned because once it gets it gets into this country, it's so hard to eradicate because this disease … it is so hard to kill. It can survive … it can remain active in water for a month. It can remain active in meat and blood at room temperature for several months. In cold, dark conditions, it can last for six years. It can be spread on any surface. It can be very easily carried from one location to another. So, this is a huge, huge concern. U.S. farmers are definitely hoping it doesn't get in the United States. But all over the world, we're seeing pig populations drop. In fact, the number of pigs already lost in China alone is greater than the number of pigs produced by the entire U.S. pork industry in an entire year. That's the kind of losses we're talking about already. This crisis still appears to be in the early stages.

Dr. Steve Greene: So, what is the closest landmass to us that is having this problem?

Michael Snyder: Well, fortunately, it doesn't seem to have crossed the Atlantic or the Pacific yet. The closest would probably be over in Europe where it's starting to spread, but all across the Pacific Ocean, it's moving and spreading. And one of the big concerns is that, of course, China has been a huge exporter of pork. Customs officials in Japan, South Korea and even Australia have intercepted pork products from China that basically had the virus inside of it. So, fortunately, they caught it. There's major concern about pork exports of pork products right now because it can travel in these pork products and erupt elsewhere. People say, well, that's on the other side of the world, but it's driving up pork prices all over the planet. At this point, global pork prices have already risen 40 percent. Over in China, they're saying that pork prices can rise a total of 70 percent this year alone. The worse this pork crisis gets the higher prices will rise. The global demand for pork is going to be the same. But and when you have a diminished supply the law of supply and demand is going to cause prices to rise. We’re going to see this at the grocery store.

Dr. Steve Greene: Absolutely. So, what are we seeing now? Is this an airborne disease, or is it direct contact? How does it spread quickly?

Michael Snyder: Well, it mainly spreads by contact with any surface with anything that has the disease on it. So, it doesn't have to be direct pig to pig contact by any means at all. Just basically any surface at all … any pork product, anything that has the disease on it, or in it. So, it's something that spreads very, very easily. That's why customs officials here in the United States are keeping a very close eye on it because. Once one thing gets infected on your farm, basically, you're going to lose all your pigs. It’s a 90 percent death rate, and it’s very ominous.

This is just one element all over the world we're seeing things affecting the food supply. So, that's just one angle that I'm talking about right there. A lot of things are starting to come together.

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines Podcast and Newsletter

 

Connect with Michael Snyder

·         Themostimportantnews.com

·         Endoftheamericandream.com

·         Theeconomiccollapseblog.com

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Greenelines Takeaways

Dr. Steve Greene: As we try to add takeaways from that message from Michael Snyder, we know that it's not great news. But in many ways, it is. It's the goodness of God moving across this earth, keeping his word. And obviously, God wins in the end. And that's the takeaway we can never leave and never forget. But in summary, here's some things that are and obviously you can get details by visiting Michael's website. And again, I strongly recommend you to do that themostimportant news com and it'll be all the facts that you would need are there, but some takeaways:

1.      Agricultural concern: 6 million acres of land are unplanted from corn and soybeans. We're not going to have corn on the cob. If we do, it's going to be really expensive corn on the cob or very frozen from somewhere. And of course, soybeans are so important to our agricultural system,

2.      Pork industry alert: 210 million pigs dead of disease in China and many other countries. It hasn't gotten to the United States yet, or across either the Atlantic or the Pacific. But there's great concern with what's happening in the pork industry.

3.      Skid Row growing: And then a real interesting fact many of you know about it. It's the expanding, exploding degree of Skid Row across our cities. It’s so prevalent rats have become prevalent in our cities again. Not anything that the average person thinks about, or knows the severity, but when you look at how this is affecting our cities, we know that our government is going to have to get involved. We're going to have to be very aware of what's going on and what we can do about it.

 So, I'll leave you with those takeaways from Michael Snyder. Remember, we're going to have him on about every two weeks, he'll share with us what he's seeing from the news as we need to know it.

 

Greenelines Host Information

Dr. Steve Greene is the Publisher and Executive Vice President of Charisma Media. Dr. Greene received his Ph.D. in marketing from Memphis State University. He has worked in television station management and worked directly with over 80 stations throughout the United States. He has worked in marketing capacities with McDonald’s, Jiffy Lube, and Stanley Steemer. He has owned restaurants, a national advertising agency and a syndicated marketing research firm. Dr. Greene has served as the Dean of the College of Business and professor of marketing at Oral Roberts University. He is also the author of Love Leads, which dispels the myths and misconceptions many have come to accept about leadership.

To learn more about Dr. Steve Greene, connect with him on social media!

Facebook: https://facebook.com/drsgreene/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stevegreene/

 

Episode Notes

Greenelines with

Dr. Steve Greene

Guest: Michael Snyder

There is an outbreak of disease in the world's pork supply. Record high heat, rains, and floods are hitting across the country. Skid rows in our major cities are growing. Listen to how the Lord warned Michael Snyder of these issues through a letter from a sister in Christ back in 2016. Bonus Greenelines takeaways at the end.

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines Podcast and Newsletter

 

Introduction

Dr. Steve Greene: This is the Greenelines podcast. I'm Steve Greene on the Charisma Podcast Network. This show is brought to you by my book, Love Leads. I am so excited to talk with you about my book. I haven't done this. I feel a little funny about it. But at the same time, I believe the Lord gave me this book. It is inspired. I hope you would say that after you've read it. It's filled with Scripture, and concepts about leadership that really begin in the home. I've always felt that if we can't lead at home, we're surely not going to be able to lead in any business environment. So, I think it's a carry over. I'm trying to debunk that myth that you got to be strong and tough to be a good leader. I just believe you've got to do what Jesus did and love. If we can't love one another, if we can't demonstrate love at work, what are we doing leading? If God is love, and we don't love, how then are we supposed to lead? Are we supposed to lead by opinion or by the size of my biceps, or how loud I can yell? No, I think we're supposed to lead based on biblical principles. I've tried to identify those throughout this book. In fact, this book is a spiritual connection between all of our relationships and our productivity, that if we work together, we love one another, we treat each other with respect and honor and accountability … if we do that, we're going to be more productive, we're going to get more done and I teach a complete sermon on the productive home. I believe that we've got to learn to be more productive at home. This book of fine will help you with that.

I want to read you something John Bevere said about my book. Is this vain? I hope you don't think so. I hope it isn't because listen to what John Bevere says about my book. Love Leads is a must read for all those in a position of leadership. Now, before you say to me, I'm not in a position of leadership, may I say to you that yes, you are. You are to lead others to Christ, you are to lead your home. You are to lead your friends out of the valleys that they get into. You spend a lot of your day leading, whether you know it or not. I think Love Leads will help you. It's an important book. I have many good reviews on it on Amazon. I'd like to send you though, to Charisma to get you a good price and free shipping. It's loveleads.charismamag.com; love leads.charismamag.com. Now let's get to the show, and thanks for enduring me.

Dr. Steve Greene: Welcome back to one of my favorite shows with a guest that is so important to you. It's one thing to like a person and respect them and read what they write. But it's another thing to fully understand how important the topics are that we discuss with a great friend of Christian media. My brother, Michael Snyder, he's on the line. Now we're going to speak with him about several topics, but I want to raise that banner over him now and say listen to this man. He's got a word for you. He’s not an alarmist at all. I believe he speaks the truth. I believe he sees what's happening. He's an educated, well-read man, and he's a great writer. So, let's put that together and have a listen to what's on Michael Snyder's heart today.

 

Previous Michael Snyder CPN Podcasts

·         Why 102 Million Americans Do Not Have a Job Right Now with Michael Snyder

·         The Moral Collapse is Spinning Out of Control with Michael Snyder

·         Michael Snyder Asks: Are We Destroying the Future to Live in the Present?

 

We've read a lot on your websites, and I want you to be sure to tell people about that as we go along. And how's your newest site doing, by the way?

Michael Snyder: Themostimportantnews.com has really kind of struck a chord here recently as we've gone and focused more on some of the prophetic things that are happening around the world and what God is saying to his people. We’re seeing a real increase in numbers and people coming. Certainly, as events are starting to accelerate around the world, we're starting to see a number of key things happen and I believe we're going to speak about several of those today.

 

Michael Snyder on Charisma

·         If the Chinese Were Upset Before, Now They Are Going to be Absolutely Furious After Trump’s Latest Move

·         How the Trade War is Going to Affect You and Your Family

·         Iranian Official Taunts Trump: ‘They Are Not Ready for a War, ‘Specially When Israel is Within our Range’

·         Do You Even Care That America’s On the Brink of Apocalyptic War with Iran?

 

Dr. Steve Greene: For those of you listening now, you might want to get a hold of your phone or your laptop and go directly to themostimportant news.com and maybe follow along and see some of the stories that Michael's going to be talking about. I want to begin our discussion with this rapid growth of animal disease, some terrible things are happening. Why don't you take it from there, brother?

 

Michael Snyder Books

·          The Beginning of the End

·         The Rapture Verdict

·         Living a Life That Really Matters

 

Michael Snyder: This is something that I've been tracking for a while. But there was just an article just a few days ago, a Fox News article declared that this is now, quote, the biggest animal disease outbreak we've ever had on the planet. It is called African Swine Fever, otherwise referred to sometimes as Pig Ebola. But there's no vaccine for this and there's no cure. When a pig gets it, there's about a 90 percent chance that the pig is going to die. So, once it gets on a pig farm and a pig catches it … and it spreads very, very rapidly. Because there's no vaccine, no cure, the only solution once it starts spreading on a pig farm is to basically kill all the pigs and hope and hope that it doesn't spread anywhere else. This outbreak started last year in China. China is home to about half of the of all the pigs in the entire world, or I should say was home that about half the pigs in the entire world, because this disease has been spreading like wildfire. At this point, it's affected so many pig farms and like I said, once it gets on a pig farm and starts spreading, most of the pigs dying and they have to kill all the rest of them any way to prevent the spread of the disease. At this point, Rabobank is projecting that the losses that we're looking at this point in China alone is 210 million pigs; 30 percent of what they usually slaughter in a year, which is 700 million. So, we're talking about 210 million pigs lost this year alone already just in China. It continues to spread, but it's gotten out of China. Of course, in recent months.

We've seen it spread to Vietnam. In Vietnam, three quarters of all the meat they eat is from pork. And so, it’s starting to spread there, into a major national crisis. It has spread into Cambodia, it has spread to Mongolia, it has spread to Hong Kong. It's basically spread to North Korea now and starting to spread all over Asia. It’s a major, major problem there because pork is such a huge part of their diet. It's also starting to spread into Europe. In fact, an outbreak erupted on a pig farm in Poland. Denmark is so concerned about this they data actually built a 43-mile border fence to keep out wild boars to try to prevent it from spreading into Denmark. So, this is spreading all over the world. News outlets like FOX News are saying, hey, this is the worst outbreak we've ever seen. There's no cure, there's no way to stop it. So, this is a really major concern because it really is an existential threat to the global pork industry. Fortunately, there haven't been any outbreaks here in the United States yet, but I'll tell you what.

Pig farmers here in this country, this is their number one concern right now. They are very concerned because once it gets it gets into this country, it's so hard to eradicate because this disease … it is so hard to kill. It can survive … it can remain active in water for a month. It can remain active in meat and blood at room temperature for several months. In cold, dark conditions, it can last for six years. It can be spread on any surface. It can be very easily carried from one location to another. So, this is a huge, huge concern. U.S. farmers are definitely hoping it doesn't get in the United States. But all over the world, we're seeing pig populations drop. In fact, the number of pigs already lost in China alone is greater than the number of pigs produced by the entire U.S. pork industry in an entire year. That's the kind of losses we're talking about already. This crisis still appears to be in the early stages.

Dr. Steve Greene: So, what is the closest landmass to us that is having this problem?

Michael Snyder: Well, fortunately, it doesn't seem to have crossed the Atlantic or the Pacific yet. The closest would probably be over in Europe where it's starting to spread, but all across the Pacific Ocean, it's moving and spreading. And one of the big concerns is that, of course, China has been a huge exporter of pork. Customs officials in Japan, South Korea and even Australia have intercepted pork products from China that basically had the virus inside of it. So, fortunately, they caught it. There's major concern about pork exports of pork products right now because it can travel in these pork products and erupt elsewhere. People say, well, that's on the other side of the world, but it's driving up pork prices all over the planet. At this point, global pork prices have already risen 40 percent. Over in China, they're saying that pork prices can rise a total of 70 percent this year alone. The worse this pork crisis gets the higher prices will rise. The global demand for pork is going to be the same. But and when you have a diminished supply the law of supply and demand is going to cause prices to rise. We’re going to see this at the grocery store.

Dr. Steve Greene: Absolutely. So, what are we seeing now? Is this an airborne disease, or is it direct contact? How does it spread quickly?

Michael Snyder: Well, it mainly spreads by contact with any surface with anything that has the disease on it. So, it doesn't have to be direct pig to pig contact by any means at all. Just basically any surface at all … any pork product, anything that has the disease on it, or in it. So, it's something that spreads very, very easily. That's why customs officials here in the United States are keeping a very close eye on it because. Once one thing gets infected on your farm, basically, you're going to lose all your pigs. It’s a 90 percent death rate, and it’s very ominous.

This is just one element all over the world we're seeing things affecting the food supply. So, that's just one angle that I'm talking about right there. A lot of things are starting to come together.

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines Podcast and Newsletter

 

Connect with Michael Snyder

·         Themostimportantnews.com

·         Endoftheamericandream.com

·         Theeconomiccollapseblog.com

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Greenelines Takeaways

Dr. Steve Greene: As we try to add takeaways from that message from Michael Snyder, we know that it's not great news. But in many ways, it is. It's the goodness of God moving across this earth, keeping his word. And obviously, God wins in the end. And that's the takeaway we can never leave and never forget. But in summary, here's some things that are and obviously you can get details by visiting Michael's website. And again, I strongly recommend you to do that themostimportant news com and it'll be all the facts that you would need are there, but some takeaways:

1.      Agricultural concern: 6 million acres of land are unplanted from corn and soybeans. We're not going to have corn on the cob. If we do, it's going to be really expensive corn on the cob or very frozen from somewhere. And of course, soybeans are so important to our agricultural system,

2.      Pork industry alert: 210 million pigs dead of disease in China and many other countries. It hasn't gotten to the United States yet, or across either the Atlantic or the Pacific. But there's great concern with what's happening in the pork industry.

3.      Skid Row growing: And then a real interesting fact many of you know about it. It's the expanding, exploding degree of Skid Row across our cities. It’s so prevalent rats have become prevalent in our cities again. Not anything that the average person thinks about, or knows the severity, but when you look at how this is affecting our cities, we know that our government is going to have to get involved. We're going to have to be very aware of what's going on and what we can do about it.

 So, I'll leave you with those takeaways from Michael Snyder. Remember, we're going to have him on about every two weeks, he'll share with us what he's seeing from the news as we need to know it.

 

Greenelines Host Information

Dr. Steve Greene is the Publisher and Executive Vice President of Charisma Media. Dr. Greene received his Ph.D. in marketing from Memphis State University. He has worked in television station management and worked directly with over 80 stations throughout the United States. He has worked in marketing capacities with McDonald’s, Jiffy Lube, and Stanley Steemer. He has owned restaurants, a national advertising agency and a syndicated marketing research firm. Dr. Greene has served as the Dean of the College of Business and professor of marketing at Oral Roberts University. He is also the author of Love Leads, which dispels the myths and misconceptions many have come to accept about leadership.

To learn more about Dr. Steve Greene, connect with him on social media!

Facebook: https://facebook.com/drsgreene/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stevegreene/

 

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