FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .

FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .

On a recent trip to the local ShopRite supermarket in North Bergen, New Jersey,  my son and I encountered the following signs below:


+2 # Acient times repeatacturner067 2020-11-29 19:19
In the Book of Revelation much of it has come to past mix with a future ending. The destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD by Roman foretold by Jesus, John and others. The Roman Emperor (around 70 AD)use the withholding of food against the his own people and performed miracles and forced them to take the mark. There are many antichrist yesterday and today.The use of food shortages is a choice of the wicked for many have used this weapon on the world, Stalin, Mao Tse-tung for example. Hitler killed (death camps) far less compared to the communist countries which also use food as a weapon to bring about their wicked ideas. They will use it on us for they are no different than those wicked ones of the past.
# RE: Acient times repeatTeardrinker 2020-11-30 13:42
I am unaware of this happening in the Roman Empire do you have a source for this? I would like to read about it.
# Hey can STILL find ammoFAKEDATA 2020-11-29 13:02
kinda interesting ......can't find food BUT ya can still find ammo .....gotta look a little but tha stuff is in warehouses .......somewhere ......Thinkin' , U.S. supposedly has a huge debt with china, it must be debt to pay off the U.S. politician bastards, anyway , could all this food be getting shipped to china for this faux debt ?
# Let me guessOccamsRazor 2020-11-29 12:36
The Demoncraps will probably say the servers that were confiscated in other countries for voter fraud were the exact ones tied to the food market distribution chains. I would even venture to be that hunter bidens laptop was involved somewhere in their plans. Unless everything is returned immediately to them, then the rolling supply line disruptions will stop the flow of whipped cream and pies.
+1 # Profit motive?Man of the Atom 2020-11-29 10:58
I hate to say this but "scarcity" drives up prices so the middlemen can get rich. In this country, are profits more important than people? Look at the medical establishment (FDA, CDC) and their attack on hydroxycholoroqine (no longer under a patent) + zinc (a mineral that cannot be patented). They pushed remdesivir which is less effective - but patented!
+2 # RE: FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .pko59 2020-11-29 10:15
If you don't know how it was implemented in the Ukraine in 1932, you can read about it here:

By the way:
Supplies are not much use. Food has a limited shelf life and will eventually be used up.
And what about water? How much water do you have? A toilet needs 10 liters of water for one flush. If you have 200 liters at home, you can flush 20 times.

What then? What happens then?
+5 # On the grounddavenjilli 2020-11-29 09:19
My husband drives for the big Wally. They have been crazy busy. I'm not sure what it looks like inside because I refuse to wear masks n it gives me anxiety to have to confront the gestapo at the front door. I suspect curb side delivery placed are getting priority for shipments. There was a problem last spring with production. Remember the flooding last year? And the late cold snap early frost this year? That does impact availability. And the big farm issues in China with the big floods also impacts availability of food here. You would be astounded the amount of or food supply that is exported.even hay! Its also difficult to keep people employed in factories and the factories around here a crazy busy right now. I live in Idaho. We have lots of dairy farms. Peppridge farms factory is here ailing with Casper's ice cream (they make fat boys, red button n halo ice cream among other labels) presto is also big here. (They make plastics) and gosners and schriber cheese...people working in these places can't get time off. That is what leads me to suspect stuff is either going to China or being routed to specific box stores.
+3 # Factory at full speedchinw76 2020-11-29 11:46
My company makes the raw plastic pellets that are used in the food and medical industry. We built a bigger production line in order to keep 2 smaller lines down, that was back in January. So we were only going to run 4big production lines. Now we run 5 lines which requires some people to qork 12 hours to run them. On top of that we have been working Saturdays and now we are going to 24/7 in the month of December. I will not get time off until Christmas vacation. We make plastic for ventilators, Gillette, Gatorade, Oral B, Wine packaging industry. Its also used in the making of PPE. People are quitting due to being over worked as we all feel like slaves.
+1 # Nobody I talk to in the public at large is worriedHarnaś 2020-11-29 08:52
I know someone who owns a big estate in the country, with European-style hand-built country manor and flower beds everywhere (You will know what I mean if you ever went to Versailles outside of Paris, France or Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna). He spends endless hours tending to the beautiful flowers planted there. I had suggested that he start a vegetable garden last year and this year as well (I have one, from which my wife serves fruits an vegetables from April to Christmas, and sometimes February). Needless to say my friend did not start a vegetable plot yet. His excuse (other than "we like pretty flowers") was: "There are plenty of vegetables in the local Walmart"
+1 # RE: Nobody I talk to in the public at large is worriedtslinger 2020-11-29 13:38
Death by a thousand paper cuts...are we awake yet?

Sure seems most are not by my observations...maybe 1%. Another small percentage "see" but are still partially blinded by their ingrained normalcy biases. Just count how many people are NOT wearing masks everywhere...I am frequently the only one, or one of at most 5-6 in a large store. Even the "manly" stores like Cabela's have succumbed to being a bunch of pansy-ass compliers.
Is discernment dead?? It sure appears so.
+1 # RE: FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .supporttheblue 2020-11-29 08:25
Climate change, again with that horseshit? Weather has a lot to do with growing. Climate change is with us annually and will be forever. Wake up and fill your pantry’s. The government is not going to rescue anyone.
# Climate change is real ... Just not the lies we've been toldMarlynn77942 2020-11-29 18:02
Weather events caused by changes in the sun. Look for info on Solar Minimum. Causes severe weather and geological events that do impact food production globally.
# Ten reasons whyneofight 2020-11-29 08:17
The people at Prepping 2-0 podcast had a food industry CEO on and he explained why it will be worse this winter than in the spring. The podcast was from September 9. A worthy listen. I never stop building all categories of “preps”.
+2 # Food shortages are realpscinet2022 2020-11-29 07:55
Climate changes and disruptive weather patterns have resulted in shortages. Shortages will become more widespread in the coming months and years. Why is a matter of debate, but the outcome is the same: FAMINE.

+10 # RE: FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .pko59 2020-11-29 06:26
First, a non-existent virus triggers a P(l)andemia
Then a lockdown is orchestrated to destroy the economy
Then an election is stolen.
The newspapers, radio and TV stations build another reality
Will perhaps now also make a real famine?

Could it be that all this is simply a global intelligence test?
I do not know. Does anyone know better?
+5 # We wishNunya 2020-11-29 08:16
We wish it were a test. This is planned genocide, worldwide. Good luck.
+3 # We wichpko59 2020-11-29 09:46
Of course this is a planned genocide. I know that. And it was carefully planned and tested.
In areas in Africa and in India where the "vaccine" was tested, the women were subsequently infertile.
As for famine - the English had good experience with it in India, Stalin demonstrated it very well in Ukraine.

But the "slaughter sheeps" in front of the TV do not know that (yet).
And when they understand it, then it is too late.

I hope that my cynicism is well understood.
+9 # WarehousesDoug Brown 2020-11-29 01:50
An ex long haul trucker.
Have been to the warehouses.
Truckers drive from shipper to reciever repeated repeated repeated.
Ive seen the size of these food warehouses.
Massive. Huge. Astronomically large.
Something else is going on.
I ordered a 6-roll pk. of VIVA paper towel off AMAZON for $38.00. It's over 7 days late.
Something else is going on.
Like these puppy dogs messing with Hal's website.
It's like there is a multi-level coup going on in an attempt to do very bad things.
+2 # Ice man comethcreativesam 2020-11-29 01:02
And their freezers are connected to the internet also...

Time to start cutting ice from frozen lakes and ponds,

COVID is now infecting refrigeration equipment.

I don't have a clue who might cause such a disruption deliberately. Clearly they don't care about the money, as it is apparently more fun to 'mess' with the common folk.
+4 # RE: FOOD SHORTAGES AGAIN - with Bold-Faced LIES about the cause . . .AngelaM 2020-11-29 00:48
farmers are still producing so supply chain breakdown at processors and beyond. lots of processors shut down for covid as well as disasters at plants destroying them. also what about that trucker boycott. if that happens it will interrupt things too


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