Gas Stations in Italy to CLOSE

Gas Stations in Italy to CLOSE
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The operator associations announced the first gas stations will soon close in Italy.

"From Wednesday evening, the filling stations on motorways should first close, then other petrol stations should gradually follow. 

Against the background of the Corona crisis, the associations state that the company has become unable to maintain operations without endangering health."

What happens elsewhere in the world due to coronavirus, may eventually happen HERE, in the USA.   Folks would be well advised to plan for this.

 

 

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    Deborah Cresswell · 16 days ago
    Hmmm....no gas, no one can drive,....getting everyone off the streets. Why? The global financial reset and arrests of global criminals??? Cutting off one more avenue of "escape" by the criminal elite???

    We know the military tanks and other equipment have been put into place, now they are getting all civilians off the roads, clearing the roads, so the military has full control. All this is being done under the cover of the "COVID19 Pandemic". Very interesting.

    https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/we-can-t-fight-coronavirus-with-tanks-or-artillery-so-why-is-so-much-of-it-moving
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      Deborah Cresswell · 16 days ago
      Oh, I just remembered that China did the same thing. Last January when they quarantined Wuhan they shut down the gas stations to help prevent people from fleeing and taking the disease with them to other parts of the country.
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    Occams Razor · 16 days ago
    China sued for 20trillion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV5PO0L__Yg
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      Deborah Cresswell · 16 days ago
      How is anyone going to "collect"???

      No this was an act of war which would justify a military attack on China's leaders. Hmmm...maybe WW3 is coming. But I think one precision nuke could take out the leadership. Most chinese hate the CCP, that came out clearly during this crisis. These people are all being held against their will. My suggestion: Everyone pray for a revolt by the Chinese people (not Hong Kong), the Chinese people against their evil communist dictators.
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        Occams Razor · 16 days ago
        Nationalize all the Port's and properties owned by the Chinese here in America.
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    RMJ · 16 days ago
    Let’s get some of that subscriber info ... Please :-)

    knowledge is half the battle, the other half is violence of action.
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    ColorPurple · 16 days ago
    When I was stationed in Italy in the 90s, all of the gas stations were manned by attendants, you did not pump your own gas. There was also usually a windshield washer slapping his squeegee on your windshield wanting payment. You handled all your business face to face at your car window. That's alot of germ spreading going on, so it doesn't surprise me to hear they are closing down some gas stations. Ours here are relatively autonomous, I almost NEVER go inside, I am truly a pump and go, unless in the business car and need a receipt and the pump doesn't provide one. If they wanted to keep us at home, they would shut down the gas stations except for relatively few and require special permits to show the cashiers before manually turning on pumps. That will keep people home. Cheap gas prices keeps the roads hot.
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      Paul Lambert · 16 days ago
      That has largely changed since you were there. Typically, the petrol stations are not even manned. You feed banknotes into the machine or use a credit card and so you can fuel up 24/7. If the petrol station is associated with a small store, you might go inside to pay, but full-service stations are a rarity.
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    K · 16 days ago
    Congress putting provisions for digital money in the "SaveEm" bill should be a red flag for everyone.
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      Carl Goldsworthy · 16 days ago
      It is a tacit acknowledgement that the trillions printed will make current hidden inflation very visible. The digital dollar, Fed owned and run, will take America private.
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        K · 16 days ago
        The digital dollar is a joke, just as any digital "fiat" is. Word is that Europe is going digital as soon as they can and are using the coronvirus as an excuse to take down paper money, which is why there has been such a flight to the Dollar. Wouldn't want to have a non-government asset such as Bitcoin when that occurs.

        Germany is moving to declare a state of emergency for 1 year -- say good-bye to whatever pretense at democracy that they pretended to let Europeans enjoy.
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          Carl Goldsworthy · 16 days ago
          The dollar was a digital currency. That was the serial number.
          Then they dropped the link to gold and made it the virtual currency of shadow banking.
          A plastic chip in the world casino of banksters.
          When that collapses, before the end of this year, the backing will then be the loss making USA Inc. - instead of the whole world.
          I prefer the non-government asset gold.
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            K · 16 days ago
            What if the UK and Europe outlaw the ownership of gold too by private citizens? I doubt the elites are going to allow anyone to escape the bonds of financial servitude.
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              Carl Goldsworthy · 16 days ago
              If any state turns into a dictatorship the gov currency of taxation settlement will be the only one allowed.
              If that becomes likely, you take your gold and live in another country - as some quick thinking Jewish people did.
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          Paul Lambert · 16 days ago
          Wouldn't work in Berlin. It would in Bavaria or in Cologne, I think.
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            K · 16 days ago
            Six months ago, I would have said "yup, you are 100% correct," but now who knows what people will agree to in order to be "saved."
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              Paul Lambert · 16 days ago
              Fair enough, indeed desperation leads people into all sorts of directions when they do not live according to principle.
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    Occams Razor · 16 days ago
    Spain, some nursing homes abandoned by health care workers, some with alive and dead patients:
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/spains-coronavirus-crisis-uncontrollable-care-124656020.html
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    Occams Razor · 16 days ago
    Italy has problems, some say infections are 10x worse than reported, also various industries that make materials for hospital equipment prepare to go on strike tomorrow. That's solidarity for you.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-italy/italian-coronavirus-cases-seen-10-times-higher-than-official-tally-idUSKBN21B1CC
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    TrumPantychrist · 16 days ago
    A close family member just was handed a crapload of papers he had to carry with him. Job gave them to him and said that he will need to show these in a few weeks to travel to and from work.(because he will be getting stopped) He does critical " work". Just got them last night, I will fill in later once family member tells me what all it says.
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      Shawn May · 16 days ago
      Got mine yesterday homeland web was down for awhile yesterday
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      Copperhead · 16 days ago
      I just completed an Essential Workforce letter for our employees. Shelter in Place orders are expected to be issued this evening.
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        Charles Yearwood · 16 days ago
        Copperhead, that same deal starts in my city at 6:00 PM CST but no such order given in my state as of yet. I'm in one of the essential businesses and already have such a letter to carry in the truck with me.
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        Joseph Ferreri · 16 days ago
        Would you consider tell us what State that would be ?
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      Occams Razor · 16 days ago
      Just start billing employer for time traveling to work,getting through checkpoints and then you will see that stuff facilitated quickly. When it's on your time, they don't care.
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    Margie Nieuwkerk · 16 days ago
    This makes me wonder what happens to vital delivery that comes from other european countries, and even within the country. To me this means no more delivery of goods.

    Doesn't seem terribly smart to me.
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    Mike Fisch · 16 days ago
    My bicycle tires are pumped up and ready!
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      Stephen Crompton · 16 days ago
      have a good comfortable seat on the bicycle, the ride will get VERY rough
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    Rhonda Doerr · 16 days ago
    Do I believe the virus is real.. yes!!! But I also believe that it is the manmade weaponized virus that all governments have agreed to release to achieve the elitest demonic plan of world dominance!

    As trump said the CALM BEFORE THE STORM! PURE EVIL!!!

    FATHER YEHOVAH we call upon you to SAVE US!! DELIVER US from the plans and schemes of these enemies of YOU! InJESUS/YESHUA's mighty name I pray! AMEN
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      Occams Razor · 16 days ago
      Makes one wonder: Rev 17:13,14: "The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but who for one hour will receive authority as kings along with the beast. They have one purpose and will give their power and authority to the beast.
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    j Branch · 16 days ago
    Get ready for road stop's with check points. Military contractors will be employed instead of fed troops (plausible deniability). Add "papers" for proof of vaccination, "real ID" cards, some DNA please and leave all your valuables by the door.
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      Charles Yearwood · 16 days ago
      Those contractors aka mercenaries have blood on their hands, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. They don't have any real authority so they can get go take a flying leap into a lake.
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        Getsum · 16 days ago
        You obviously have never been in this situation with these guys standing around your vehicle with guns drawn on you. I'd love to see you tell them to take a flying leap... If it gets to that point, know that they are using these guys for a reason and also know that they have killed before and one sort of loses remorse after the first few times.
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    Stephen Crompton · 16 days ago
    The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and pay the penalty.

    New Living Translation
    A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

    English Standard Version
    The prudent sees danger and hides himself, but the simple go on and suffer for it.

    Berean Study Bible
    The prudent see danger and take cover, but the simple keep going and suffer the consequences.

    New American Standard Bible
    The prudent sees the evil and hides himself, But the naive go on, and are punished for it.

    New King James Version
    A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself, But the simple pass on and are punished.

    King James Bible
    A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.

    Christian Standard Bible
    A sensible person sees danger and takes cover, but the inexperienced keep going and are punished.

    Contemporary English Version
    When you see trouble coming, don't be stupid and walk right into it--be smart and hide.

    Good News Translation
    Sensible people will see trouble coming and avoid it, but an unthinking person will walk right into it and regret it later.

    Holman Christian Standard Bible
    A sensible person sees danger and takes cover, but the inexperienced keep going and are punished.

    International Standard Version
    The prudent person sees trouble ahead and hides, but the naive continue on and suffer the consequences.

    NET Bible
    A shrewd person sees danger and hides himself, but the naive keep right on going and suffer for it.

    New Heart English Bible
    A prudent man sees danger, and hides himself; but the simple pass on, and suffer for it.

    Aramaic Bible in Plain English
    A prudent one sees an evil man being scourged and is powerfully instructed, but fools pass by him and suffer damage.
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      JCat · 16 days ago
      Come, my people, enter you into your chambers, and shut your doors about you: hide yourself as it were for a little moment, until the indignation is past.
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        JCat · 16 days ago
        Isaiah 26:20
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      Rhonda Doerr · 16 days ago
      AMEN Seeking YEHOVAH's wisdom, discernment and guidance in these days!
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    Will Mcclanahan · 16 days ago
    Prepared. Already thought of this.