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They are burning our food distribution supply
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In case you haven't noticed...

Several very large food processing plants in the US have blown up/burned down in the past few days


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https://twitter.com/cbcool2532/status/15...9005728769


And another in Conway, New Hampshire...

Crews battled fire for 16 hours at East Conway Beef and Pork

Conway is where Hillary Clinton promised to investigate UFOs, on Dec 31, 2015. A tiny town in the middle of absolute nowhere.


Quote:Why Are Food Processing Plants Burning Down in 2022?

In February, Shearer’s Food Processing Plant in Hermiston, Oregon burned down, leaving two employees injured. Just a few days ago on April 13, the Taylor Farms Food Processing Plant in Salinas, California burned with plumes of smoke visible for miles away and prompted evacuations. On April 19, the Headquarters of Azure Standard Food Processing Plant in Dufur, Oregon also burned, leaving one building a total loss. People are beginning to wonder what’s going on.

Wait, there's more...

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Quote:Thousands flee homes near N. Carolina fertilizer plant fire (Feb 1, 2022)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — An uncontrolled fire at a fertilizer plant in North Carolina forced thousands of people to evacuate as firefighters stood back Tuesday because of the danger of a large explosion.

Mayo told reporters an estimated 500 tons of ammonium nitrate were housed at the plant and another 100 tons of the fertilizer ingredient were in an adjacent rail car. He said that is more of the chemical than was present at a deadly blast at a 2013 Texas fertilizer plant blast that killed 15 people.

“So if that doesn’t convey the gravity of the situation and how serious folks need to take it, I don’t know how else to verbalize that,” he said.

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Global Rice Production set to Plunge 10%


Not just the US either - this was last month Carrefour logistics center in northern Taiwan, absolutely massive fire.

Bread basket of Europe...
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One-Third Of Ukraine Farmland May Go Unplanted As Russia Begins 'Second Phase' Of War


Did you know as of 2019, Bill Gates is the largest single shareholder of Canadian National Rail stock.

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BNSF >> Warren Buffett

Meanwhile Union Pacific is throttling rail shipments of fertilizer...during prime planting season.

Union Pacific - Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty, III from Arkansas and connected directly to the Clinton's & Henry Kissinger, is Board of Directors for Union Pacific Rail, CFR member, and Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) which is ranked the number one think tank in the United States across all fields, the "Top Defense and National Security Think Tank" in the world, and the 4th best think tank in the world overall. CSIS Board of trustees has a laundry list of defense contractors to bankers and other well known deep state elite names.


Meanwhile, the culling continues...
Quote:27 Million Birds Are Dead. And It's Only Going to Get Worse

A virulent bird flu epidemic has reached at least 30 states and resulted in nearly 27 million chickens and turkeys being destroyed to check its spread.

H5N1, a strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, has been detected in commercial and backyard farms across the Midwest, South and East Coast. It's also been found in the wild: At least 36 bald eagles have died as a result of contracting the virus and last week, H5N1 is believed to have killed hundreds of cormorants, herons and other birds at Baker's Lake forest preserve, a well-known birdwatching haven in Barrington, Illinois.

At least a dozen food processing plants in the span of 2 months, is more than a coincidence!!!

It's all shaping up to be a brutal summer of love. I've made plans to double the size of my garden.


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One of the old Horsemen is on his way. Top all this with inflation and we are in for a serious shit storm. Not good.

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WHAT THE HELL !!
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(04-22-2022, 06:48 PM)Tarzan the apeman. Wrote: One of the old Horsemen is on his way. Top all this with inflation and we are in for a serious shit storm. Not good.

Shocked

Yes, I think the black horse is on the horizon, rapidly approaching.

When He broke the third seal, I heard the third living creature saying, "Come." I looked, and behold, a black horse; and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. And I heard something like a voice in the center of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; but do not damage the oil and the wine."
— Revelation 6:5–6

He comes to bring global famine. Super markets will be stripped bare. Civil riots will break out over the lack of food! People will begin to know the aching, clawing sensation of true hunger. And it could happen across America and the nations of the world very soon.

Then again, it may not be as bad as I think, though it's certainly not looking good, but who knows. Best to be prepared.


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#4
Aw c'mon now. Just because a whole bunch of food processing plants worldwide have mysteriously burned up or blew up in the last couple of months, doesn't mean anything. 

https://world-signals.com/news/2022/04/2...e-to-grow/

I mean don't they usually self destruct all the time? Aren't salad components highly flammable? Pork is explosive, right? 

If we would all just start eating the bugs, everything would be fine.

//sarc off//

I guess in China they are even going after people's gardens. No clue how wide spread it is. Could just be this picture. But it seems in line with everything else going on. 

https://world-signals.com/news/2022/04/2...fin-boxes/
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I do remember the artificial food shortage started before the collapse of USSR. The point was to convince the public how bad was this economical system and to change to capitalism.
After the change from 28th place in industrial development we drop almost to the bottom, worse than some African countries.
In turned out all the food were hidden in the forest. 

"4th industrial revolution" is coming, but this change would be on the entire globe. So what gonna happen after this change? We are not only gonna be poorer but even with more limited civil rights. 

And I can speculate even more, if the plan with the food shortage fails, expect a false flag alien invasion attack.
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(04-22-2022, 10:30 PM)SimeonJ Wrote: I do remember the artificial food shortage started before the collapse of USSR. The point was to convince the public how bad was this economical system and to change to capitalism.
After the change from 28th place in industrial development we drop almost to the bottom, worse than some African countries.
In turned out all the food were hidden in the forest. 

"4th industrial revolution" is coming, but this change would be on the entire globe. So what gonna happen after this change? We are not only gonna be poorer but even with more limited civil rights. 

And I can speculate even more, if the plan with the food shortage fails, expect a false flag alien invasion attack.

There is no way these are coincidental. Well, it could be, but I doubt it. 12 in 2 months?

SimeonJ,
Speaking of using a shortage to drive a political agenda, a food shortage would be a beautiful stage to make people even more dependent on the government. Imagine this, the socialists say, so sorry you have to pay $23 for a hamburger. Here's a food stimmy. If you disagree with them, no food money for you. It would be like food stamps but with more control because at that point it isn't just about being poor or not, it's about who gets the first rights to the chow. And you know who they want.
I'm not saying I believe exactly what I just wrote will happen, but my point is just to illustrate that they are not doing this to the people for no reason. There is some plan and it isn't humanitarian by any means.

What that plan is, I have no idea. But it is a good time to learn self sufficiency. The less we depend on the government, the less power they have over us.
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Year or two ago, our government issue an order to limit how many pigs you can grow in the village per family. In other parts of the world it's even worse.
Well, probably I will rely on hunting bears, wolves or whatever I find in the Balkans' woods.
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(04-22-2022, 07:53 PM)EndtheMadnessNow Wrote: Yes, I think the black horse is on the horizon, rapidly approaching.

When He broke the third seal, I heard the third living creature saying, "Come." I looked, and behold, a black horse; and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. And I heard something like a voice in the center of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; but do not damage the oil and the wine."
— Revelation 6:5–6

He comes to bring global famine. Super markets will be stripped bare. Civil riots will break out over the lack of food! People will begin to know the aching, clawing sensation of true hunger. And it could happen across America and the nations of the world very soon.

Then again, it may not be as bad as I think, though it's certainly not looking good, but who knows. Best to be prepared.
A couple of things that just might help us during this time.
Americans eat more than we need. So smaller meals will be healthier.

Quote:Broadly speaking, we eat a lot more than we used to: The average American consumed 2,481 calories a day in 2010, about 23% more than in 1970. That’s more than most adults need to maintain their current weight, according to the Mayo Clinic’s calorie calculator. (A 40-year-old man of average height and weight who’s moderately active, for instance, needs 2,400 calories; a 40-year-old woman with corresponding characteristics needs 1,850 calories.)
https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/20...e-decades/

Our government and big business will capitalize on our suffering and will come to the rescue.
SOS will likely be real sh!T, and Soylent Green may be rationed out daily. But our government will be there to keep those alive that they choose, taking their last pennies, and making sure we are there to pay them homage for their great generosity.


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(04-22-2022, 11:10 PM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote:
(04-22-2022, 07:53 PM)EndtheMadnessNow Wrote: Yes, I think the black horse is on the horizon, rapidly approaching.

When He broke the third seal, I heard the third living creature saying, "Come." I looked, and behold, a black horse; and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. And I heard something like a voice in the center of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; but do not damage the oil and the wine."
— Revelation 6:5–6

He comes to bring global famine. Super markets will be stripped bare. Civil riots will break out over the lack of food! People will begin to know the aching, clawing sensation of true hunger. And it could happen across America and the nations of the world very soon.

Then again, it may not be as bad as I think, though it's certainly not looking good, but who knows. Best to be prepared.
A couple of things that just might help us during this time.
Americans eat more than we need. So smaller meals will be healthier.

Quote:Broadly speaking, we eat a lot more than we used to: The average American consumed 2,481 calories a day in 2010, about 23% more than in 1970. That’s more than most adults need to maintain their current weight, according to the Mayo Clinic’s calorie calculator. (A 40-year-old man of average height and weight who’s moderately active, for instance, needs 2,400 calories; a 40-year-old woman with corresponding characteristics needs 1,850 calories.)
https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/20...e-decades/

Our government and big business will capitalize on our suffering and will come to the rescue.
SOS will likely be real sh!T, and Soylent Green may be rationed out daily. But our government will be there to keep those alive that they choose, taking their last pennies, and making sure we are there to pay them homage for their great generosity.

Spoken like a true prophet and I like your flip-side optimistic viewpoint. Not mocking, I think you may be spot on. When I was a teenager (14-17) I ate between 8,000-10,000 calories per day. No sugar, no junk food either. Breakfast was usually a dozen eggs, 6 slices of toast w/real peanut butter & quart of whole milk. Drove my mom absolutely batshit crazy. I had a super high metabolism and needed to eat 7-9 meals a day just to keep from looking like skin & bones. I was the only kid in town who could eat a 72oz steak in one sitting, and then ask for dessert. Today, I only eat one full meal (dinner) and 2 or 3 light small meals. My daily average is right around 2000. Alittle more on weekends w/beer.
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https://uncoverdc.com/2022/04/22/food-sh...-going-on/

Though rarely reported by mainstream news, there have been an unusual number of significant fires in food processing facilities around the country this year and even going back into last year. The fires are starting to give rise to noteworthy chatter online, especially as the Biden administration—whose policies largely support the ‘great reset‘ agenda pushed by the World Economic Forum and the World Health Organization—warns us about food shortages.

Interestingly, the fires caught the attention of Tucker Carlson of Fox News, who discussed several of the blazes last night. Speaking of a plane that crashed at a General Mills plant in Georgia yesterday, here’s part of what Carlson had to say:
“This is the second time in a week something like this has happened. On April 14th, a plane crashed into the Gem State Processing potato facility in Eastern Idaho. What’s going on here?
Well, the story gets weirder. Food processing plants all over the country seem to be catching fire. A couple of days ago, a fire destroyed the headquarters of Azure Standard—one of the largest organic food distributors in the country. At the end of last month, a fire severely damaged a fresh onion packing facility in South Texas. In Oregon and a potato chip processing plant had a boiler explosion that sent workers to the hospital.
So industrial accidents happen, of course, but this is a lot of industrial accidents at food processing facilities happening at the same time the President is warning us about food shortages. They’re getting hit by planes and catching fire. What is going on here, exactly?”

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UncoverDC confirmed over two dozen facilities linked to our food supply were impacted by fires, 19 of them happening this year. There could be more. While there has been no concrete evidence that any of the fires are connected or were intentionally set, we felt it relevant to list them, especially since Bill Gates is the largest owner of farmland in the United States. Here they are, with a brief description of what we found out about each one.
April 21, 2022, General Mills Plant, Covington, GA; Two people died after a plane crashed into an empty lot at a General Mills plant in Covington, GA, used to store tractor-trailers. Witnesses believe the aircraft had trouble gaining altitude when it suddenly veered right and immediately came down into the lot. The plane appeared to explode upon impact, catching several empty trailers on fire due to the crash. The police captain said that many lives were saved because the plane did not directly crash into the plant, as it crashed about 300 feet away from the plant. The NTSB is investigating the crash. 
April 18, 2022, Azure Standard, Dufur, OR; The headquarters of Azure Standard, a premier independent distributor of organic and healthy food, was destroyed by fire. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is unknown and under investigation. Local news reported that records from the local Sheriff’s log stated, “Lights flickered; They heard a pop and went up there to check it out, and there was a fire.” According to founder and CEO David Stelzer, the loss of the facility and the impact on companywide operations are being assessed and expected to be limited and temporary. No other Azure Standard facilities were affected. 


April 13, 2022, Gem State Processing, Heyburn, ID; An experienced UPS pilot’s plane crashed into the roof of the potato and food processing plant, killing the pilot instantly. The facility sources 18,000 acres of Idaho potatoes. The distraught father of pilot Brittney Infanger, 30, said his daughter knew the area well and often flew into the airport near the plant. He added, “There’s a 60-foot chimney sticking out of the food processing plant—no lights on it, dead center—straight across the runway. So whenever you come in, you have to fly over the top of this and drop down. The airport needs to be closed, period.” 
April 13, 2022, Taylor Farms, Salinas, CA; Reports say the fire started in a wall and spread rapidly to the attic at the 225,000 processing plant, a major producer of fruits and vegetables. More than 100 firefighters were needed to contain the blaze as there were concerns of an ammonia explosion at the plant. It is believed the plant stored 40,000 gallons of ammonia. For over 27 years, Taylor Farms, with nearly 22,000 employees, has built a network of 20 facilities across America. As the company navigates rebuilding the Salinas plant, they are currently moving into another space in Salinas. They are grateful that their Yuma, AZ plant is fully operational. 


April 11, 2022, East Conway Beef & Pork, Conway, N.H.; A massive fire destroyed the butcher shop and meat market. Neighbors helped to corral cattle freed when the fire broke out. Investigators from the NH Fire Marshal’s Office are still trying to figure out how the fire started. The same facility burned ten years ago. 
March 31, 2022, Rio Fresh Inc., San Juan, TX; The third-generation family farming operation grows, packs, and ships many Texas-grown items, including Texas 1015 sweet onions and cabbage, kale, melons, and greens. The “massive fire” overtook the company’s 100,000 square foot new fresh onion packing facility, considered the state’s largest. The cause of the structure fire is still under investigation. 
March 28, 2022, Maricopa, AZ Food Pantry; A reported 50,000 pounds of food were destroyed after a fire engulfed the food bank just 15 minutes after it had closed. The twenty-year-old food pantry has provided weekly meals for nearly 1,200 families. The organization plans to replace the trailers with a warehouse that will also serve as a soup kitchen to feed the hungry. Thunderbird Fire Chief Alan Allcott said he is not sure of the cause, noting there are indications that an animal under one of the trailers may have chewed and shorted out some of the wires, causing the blaze. 
March 24, 2022, Penobscot McCrum Potato Processing Facility, Belfast, Maine; The massive fire, which is reported to have started in one of the fryolator machines, caused smoke so thick that active flames weren’t visible. The McCrum family plants, grows, cares for, harvests, stores, ships, and processes potatoes. The family is still determining the next steps for the factory and how to support its employees. 


March 16, 2022, Walmart Distribution Center, Plainfield, IN; Smoke from the large fire in the 1.2 million sq. ft. warehouse was visible for several miles. In addition to food, the warehouse contained various items set for distribution, including clothing, electronics, and shipping materials. Thirty agencies responded to assist the Plainfield Fire Department in putting out the fire, with crews working in 4-6 hour shifts each to stay fresh while fighting the blaze. The investigation into the cause of the fire involved the AFT, who reported that the investigation into the cause of the fire could take weeks or months. 
March 16, 2022, Nestlé Jonesboro plant, Jonesboro, AK; A fire with an explosion caused extensive damage to the new production line at the Nestlé Jonesboro plant, which produces frozen foods for the Stouffer’s, Lean Cuisine, Digiorno, Tombstone, Hot Pockets, and Sweet Earth brands. None of the company’s 800 employees were injured, and the facility remains closed to assess the damages and determine the cause of the fire. Ryan White, an employee for Nestle, said he is counting his blessings after being released from his 12-hour shift at the production line six hours early. He said, “If we would’ve stayed, we would’ve been right in the line of that fire.” Local news reports said the facility—opened in 2002—suffered “significant damage” to a new Hot Pockets production line added in 2021 in a $100 million investment.


March 14, 2022, Wayne Hoover dairy farm; Longswamp Township, PA; More than 20 fire companies responded to the massive fire at the Berks County farm, which was destroyed by the blaze. The 42 cows in the barn all managed to get out safely, but sadly one cow died of stress in transport to another farm. The state fire marshal ruled the barn fire an accident, saying it appears to have started due to electrical activity. 
February 28, 2022, Nutrien Ag Solutions, Sunnyside, WA; A tremendous commercial structure fire at the fertilizer facility started from smoldering sulfur, according to reports. An 18,000 sq ft. storage building at the plant was destroyed by the fire, and no one was injured. More than 1.7 million pounds of sulfur burned—though fire officials were more concerned with the hazardous ammonium sulfate. Authorities say 236,000 lbs of the substance, considered the most dangerous chemical in the plant, burned early into the blaze. The fire occurred shortly after a load of sulfur was deposited in the building. Sunnyside fire chief said the fire department believes the fire was mechanical, but there isn’t a way to know for sure because the fire damaged the machinery used to unload the sulfur. The facility is back in operation except for the dry fertilizer shed and the liquid fertilizer load-out area. 
February 28, 2022, Shadow Brook Farm and Dutch Girl Creamery; Lincoln, NE; The 4:30 fire gutted the $200,000 facility and landed one of the owners in the hospital. According to the State Fire Marshall, the fire was accidental and electrical in nature. The farm owners are determined to reopen their cheese facility, which lost $80,000 worth of cheese and $8,000 of seeds in the blaze. 
February 22, 2022, Shearer’s Foods, Hermiston, OR; a massive explosion and fire destroyed the potato chip plant. Two weeks after the fire, the company had laid off all of its nearly 250 employees. The company is exploring its options, noting that it will take at least 15-18 months to rebuild to the point of resuming production. The fire is believed to have been caused by the explosion of a portable natural gas-powered boiler. 


February 19, 2022, Lincoln Premium Poultry, Fremont, NE; Three people were injured and one hospitalized after an ammonia leak at the plant, which supplied Costco with chicken products. The Fremont Fire Department reported the leak began around 7:45 pm and “occurred due to a contractor working on a project.” 
February 18, 2022, Bess View Farm, St. Albans, VT; The fire, believed to have begun around 2 am in the milking parlor, destroyed a barn and displaced nearly 800 cows. Thankfully, no one, including the animals, was injured due to the fire. Within hours, farmers in the surrounding area and throughout the state stepped in to support the owners and take care of the cows. It is unclear what caused the fire if it started in the milking parlor. 
February 16, 2022, Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC), Claypool, IN; A fire broke out at the largest soybean and biodiesel processing plant in the United States, doing an “undetermined” amount of damage. Reuters reported that “the suspension of deliveries could slow production of soymeal and biodiesel at a time of high demand,” adding, “Maintenance shutdowns at plants in Iowa and Minnesota in recent months have contributed to soaring prices for the animal feed and biofuel.” The facility, upgraded in 2020 to add two new storage barns that each hold up to 3 million bushels, is back open, and the cause of the fire remains undisclosed. 


February 3, 2022, Percy Dairy Farm, Stowe, VT; The 911 call for the fire came in around 11:30 pm. It took nine fire departments over six hours to fully knock the fire down. Over 100 cows were killed in the blaze. The cause of the fire has not been disclosed. Owner Paul Percy, who was away on a fishing trip when it happened, said he has insurance to cover the cows but has no place to put them at the moment. He is waiting on the insurance adjuster, noting they will “probably rebuild something somewhere.”  
January 31, 2022, Fertilizer Plant, Winston Salem, NC; About 6,500 people were under evacuation orders for three days after a fire broke out at a North Carolina fertilizer plant, which officials said risked becoming one of the biggest explosions ever to occur in the US. Ammonium nitrate is apparently to blame, with the environmental group Earthjustice calling the disaster “entirely preventable” had the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) strengthened federal regulation.

January 13, 2022, Cargill-Nutrena feed mill, Lecompte, LA; A fire started in the early hours of the morning and burned for over 12 hours. An explosion occurred as firefighters were working the fire. The 140,000-ton mill manufactures feed for pet food, aquaculture, equine, beef, poultry, dairy, and wild game industries. The cause of the fire is unknown and remains under investigation. 
December 12, 2021, West Side food processing plant, San Antonio, TX; An unnamed food processing plant suffered over $100,000 in damages to food supplies resulting from a cooler that caught on fire. The cause of the fire is currently unknown. 
November 29, 2021, Maid-Rite Steak Co. Inc., Scott Township, PA; The cause of the fire, which damaged much of the meat processing area, was ruled an accident. Maid-Rite Specialty Foods has become one of the largest independent producers of USDA inspected frozen meats in the United States. Authorities stated they think the fire started in a wall. The company’s human resources director says the building was evacuated after the fire broke out, and everyone was accounted for. Scott Township Fire Chief Matt Pritchyk says a nearby pump did not work, so he called in tanker trucks to retrieve water from a nearby pond.
November 15, 2021, Garrard County Food Pantry in Lancaster, KY; Result of arson with a 100% loss. 60-year-old Debra Smalling was charged with setting the fire by throwing a lit cigarette into a pile of papers that she was seen rummaging through. Court documents stated she admitted throwing a lit cigarette butt into that pile. The pantry supplied over a million pounds of food to hundreds for years. The community rallied together, and the pantry is now operating out of a new home
August 23, 2021, Patak Meat Products, Austell, GA; Located in Cobb County, the family-owned company specializes in fine European meats in sausages with customers spread across the country. The fire broke out in the center of the building, causing severe damage. According to a fire department spokesman, the fire was under investigation, “with no foul play suspected.” The business is still rebuilding and is not yet reopened, but its online store offers products in the meantime. While devastating, the company has decided to implement significant upgrades to machinery and technology as they rebuild. 

July 30, 2021, Tyson River Valley Ingredients Plant, Hanceville, AL; The 121,000 sq. foot plant serviced poultry processors in AL and neighboring states by breaking down and cooking leftover chicken parts into proteins and fats for animal feed and pet food. The plant suffered a total loss. The cause of the fire remains unclear. Tyson recently announced its plans to replace the plant with a new $208 million facility adjacent to the one that burned down and plans to retain all 124 employees throughout the construction period. The new plant is set to be operational in mid-2023.
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Time to plant food in pots. Potatoes are easy to grow indoors for those that don't have a yard.

If things get bad enough, maybe it would be a good idea for those that have land, to have a stash indoors.
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The end began in 2017.


Quote:Revelation 12 Sign of September 23, 2017

. . . On September 23-24, 2017 there will be an astronomical event in the sky involving the constellation Virgo which looks remarkably like the ‘great sign’ that is described in Revelation 12:1 when reading the prophecy as literally as possible.

I felt the disturbance in the force at the time. It's happening, believe it.

https://signsoftherapture.com/rapture-si...r-23-2017/
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We went out and bought two more bags of organic flour today...price of regular flour has been going up here, but so far the organic one we buy has stayed close to the same...rose ten cents for five pounds.  That brings up to a stock of flour of a hundred ten pounds of flour total.  I worry about the organic flour going away, it gets rerouted to the big cities if things get rough.  About five years ago it was all out around here, our stock dropped down to ten pounds before it became available.  We go through about fifteen to twenty pounds of flour a month usually, so have a five month buffer now.  The price raises are not even showing up yet much in the store, another month and the prices should be going up twenty five percent by then.
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Time to start a class-action lawsuit against our corrupt government for purposely destroying the economy, terrorism, bio-terrorism, and causing severe stress . 
I'm sooo done with all the constant fear mongering . 
There is plenty of proof they are behind it all from 9/11 to the plandemic , to purpose efforts to destroy the economy , and now this latest 'war' with Russia  minusculebonker because of US biolabs.

Yet they continue to blame Putin, or 'climate change'
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Huh, would you look at that... tinyshocked

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(04-22-2022, 11:10 PM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote: Our government and big business will capitalize on our suffering and will come to the rescue.
SOS will likely be real sh!T, and Soylent Green may be rationed out daily. But our government will be there to keep those alive that they choose, taking their last pennies, and making sure we are there to pay them homage for their great generosity.



Ir probably ought to concern me that I've eaten a fair number of menu items mentioned in that video, and I never lived through the Depression. Hell, I STILL eat SOS. Dad was big on it, not from the Depression but from his army days.

Dad used to whip up a batch of stuff disturbingly similar to that "Milkorno" mentioned, but he called it corn meal mush. If there is any left over, you can slice it into strips after it sets, and fry it in bacon grease or lard for another meal later.

I've mentioned my eating of "spring greens" elsewhere, dandelions among them, but you gotta get those suckers young, because they get bitter as hell in their old age. Interestingly, dandelions are related to wild lettuce, from which "lettuce opium" is made for pain relief.

I've seen him make syrup when we were out of syrup and no way to get to town to get more for the snow. He made it out of sugar, water, and vanilla flavoring, and it wasn't too bad.

"Dumplings" - I've eaten them cooked in everything from navy beans to blackberries, but they weren't traditional dumplings - you'd cook up the base, then mix flour and milk to form a loose dough like drop biscuits, but instead of baking it, you just dropped globs of it into the soup and beans or whatever, and it cooked up in balls.

Corn meal fry bread - corn meal, milk, water, an egg if you're adventurous, and whatever else was handy to fill it out - onions, crumbled bacon left over from breakfast, just whatever you had, and fry it in a skillet until it browns. They looked like pancakes, if pancakes were made out of cornmeal and whatever was handy. "Fritters" were similar, but made from flour instead of corn meal, and potato cakes were also similar, but made of left over mashed potatoes.

Poke weed  - it cooked up like cooked spinach, but you had to cook it and pour the water off several times, adding fresh water each time, to get the poisonous bits out. Then you took those boiled greens and fried them in a mash with corn meal and an egg scrambled it.

Craw dads - I'd catch them out of the creek and boil them up in salted water. They'd turn bright red just like a bitty little lobster, but the only part I ate of them was the tail. Tasted a lot like lobster, too.

Squirrels, rabbits, groundhogs, etc - you just clean 'em and cook 'em like any small game. Snakes are special - you can hang 'em and once you get the skin started, just peel it down like a sleeve being peeled off of an arm. Cut it into sections to cook, and mind the bones when you're eating it.

Deer and goats - I always preferred them ground into hamburger, but you have to add grease when you're frying them, because they are naturally lean.

"Dry land fish" - known to some as "morels", a type of mushroom. We'd collect them and slice them longways, then fry 'em in butter with some corn meal.

Eat whatever you can that don't eat you first - surviving is not for the squeamish.

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Diogenes was eating bread and lentils for supper. He was seen by the philosopher Aristippus, who lived comfortably by flattering the king.

Said Aristippus, ‘If you would learn to be subservient to the king you would not have to live on lentils.’ Said Diogenes, ‘Learn to live on lentils and you will not have to be subservient to the king.’


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I didn't get all the layers of the pictures years back then but now i get it.

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It wouldn't mean much to me anyway:

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but would be interesting to see the westerners, with their beef disappearing from the markets.
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A discussion on the food shortages and the "Why."


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Some other details


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