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Are Coronavirus Lockdown World Leaders willing to have Genocide of the Poor by Starvation?

Worldwide Deaths from January 1 to March 25, 2020:

      21,297 - Death by Coronavirus
 2,382,324 - Death by Hunger
(Source: www.worldometer.info)

The WorldOMeter says the death toll is over two million people worldwide dying of hunger so far this year which could increase dramatically due to the totalitarian coronavirus lockdowns.

According to The Guardian, the  coronavirus "[c]urbs on the movement of people, because of the lockdown, also threatens to create shortages of farm labour at a crucial time of year for many crops" which "could double [the] number of people going hungry."

Another reason for this The Guardian reported is because "[f]ood supplies across the world will be 'massively disrupted' according to "some of the world's biggest food companies have warned." 
(The Guardian, "Coronavirus could double number of people going hungry," April 9, 2020)

It appears that the totalitarian lockdowns are not just anti-Christian and unconstitutional, but also could possibly kill millions more than could be killed by the coronavirus. 

Are the coronavirus lockdowns a kind of genocide against the poor on a worldwide basis by the media, the globalists and the cowardly conservative world leaders?

Headlines across the globe show this may already be happening:

"Divided [India] Delhi under lockdown: 'If coronavirus doesn't kill me, hunger will'
(The Guardian, March 2020)

"Navajo Nation [in the United States]: Fears of hunger as COVID-19 lockdown to intensify"
(Al Jazeera, April 8, 2020)

"In Zimbabwe, 'you win coronavirus or you win starvation"
(ABC News, March 14, 2020)

The above ABC News article showed that dying from the coronavirus is a minor concern for Africans compared to the real concern of dying from hunger:

"'It's better to get coronavirus while looking for money than to sit at home and die from hunger,' Kampira said, to the loud approval from other vendors."

Are the American and world leaders by their totalitarian lockdowns willing to kill Kampira and possibly millions like him by starvation?

Are all the leftist American and world leaders as well as the cowardly conservative world leaders who have issued the totalitarian lockdowns willing to commit a type of starvation genocide against the poorest of the poor on a worldwide basis?

Are they willing to become like Joseph Stalin who killed millions by starvation in the Ukraine in 1932-33?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Also, pray an Our Father now for God to give President Trump the grace to do His will in this present crisis.

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