Panic in UK - People Saying "All the Food is Gone"

Panic in UK - People Saying "All the Food is Gone"
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People in the United Kingdom are literally panicking as many who have gone to supermarkets for food, find there is little to none.

The video below shows a crowd storming into an ALDI Supermarket early today, TRYING to get food.

I told you you it would be like this.   For almost seven weeks, I warned people it would get this bad.  Few listened.

Now, it's too late for most. 

This is not only taking place in the UK; it is beginning HERE, in the USA.

 

THE U.S. TOO

The following was sent to me from a person who is employed in management at a VERY large grocery retailer in the US:

I work for a major grocery chain, for fear of losing my job, I have sat on this but its time to get this out and maybe others here have already shared this information here.

Our stores are now limited to what they can order for the store, it's nowhere enough to fill our shelves.

Our regional warehouse is running at capacity which is 200K cases/day, what comes into the warehouse is sent out the same day, nothing is in supply at the warehouse. We're also pushing out a week's worth of water every day.

Another supplier is completely out of water to send to us.

We've also shut off catalogs for ordering items, stores no longer get to decide what comes in and what they need.


I'll add more information as I get it.


Those who didn't listen earlier will not like what I'm warning of now:   It will get worse.  MUCH worse.

Have guns.   Have ammunition.

 

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    jw williams · 2 months ago
    After reading this, whats your thoughts......

    Muriel Alvarez is professor of infectious diseases at the Toulouse University Hospital: the 4 serious cases currently are all young people with no underlying pathology. They all consumed anti-inflammatory drugs at the beginning of the contamination, so as a precaution do not take anti-inflammatory drugs in case of early symptoms as this could cause the disease to progress to a serious form: Advil, nurofen, ketoprofene, profenid, Voltarene, etc.

    Information from a researcher collaborating with the working group fighting the coronavirus epidemic: Here we are sending clear, simple and accessible information to everyone, which describes exactly what the Covid-19 virus (Coronavirus) is, how it is spread from person to person and how it can be neutralized in life daily.

    Infection with the virus does not cause a cold with runny nose or a fatty cough, but a dry cough is the easiest thing to recognize.

    The virus does not withstand heat and dies if exposed to temperatures of 77-80 degrees, so hot drinks such as tea, herbal tea or soup should often be consumed during the day, or simply hot water: hot liquids neutralize the virus, so avoid drinking ice water.

    And for those who can do it, expose yourself to the sun!

    1. The size of the virus is quite large (diameter of about 400-500 nanometers), so any type of mask can stop it: in normal life, special masks are not necessary, simple masks are enough.

    On the other hand, the situation is different for doctors and health professionals who are exposed to high viral loads and must use special equipment.

    2. When the virus is found on metal surfaces, it survives for about 12 hours. When you touch metal surfaces such as doorknobs, appliances, tram bars, etc., wash your hands well and disinfect them thoroughly.

    3. The virus can live nested in clothes and fabrics for about 6/12 hours: normal detergents can kill it. For clothes that cannot be washed every day, you can leave them in the sun for a long time, the Covid 19 will not resist.

    How the Covid-19 manifests:

    1. The virus first settles in the throat, causing inflammation and a feeling of dry throat: this symptom can last 3/4 days.

    2. the virus then travels through the moisture present in the respiratory tract, descends into the trachea, then settles in the lungs, causing pneumonia. This stage lasts approximately 5/6 days.

    3. Pneumonia occurs with high fever and difficulty breathing, but is not accompanied by conventional shivering. If you feel like you are choking, contact your doctor immediately.

    How can you avoid it?

    1. The virus is mainly transmitted by direct contact, by touching fabrics or materials on which the virus is present: it is essential to wash your hands frequently.

    The virus only survives on your hands for ten minutes, but in ten minutes, a lot can happen: rub your eyes or scratch your nose for example, and thus let the virus enter your throat ...

    So, for your own good and that of others, wash your hands very often and disinfect them!

    2. You can gargle with a disinfectant solution that eliminates or minimizes the amount of virus that could enter your throat, so you get rid of it before it goes down into the windpipe and then into the lungs.

    3. disinfect the keyboard of computers and mobile phones.

    In addition, Covid19 may not show signs of infection for many days, during which time it is not known whether a person is infected or not. But when you have a fever and / or cough, your lungs are usually already 50% clear.

    Experts therefore suggest doing a simple check that you can do yourself every morning: Take a deep breath and hold your breath for more than 10 seconds. If you do this without coughing, feeling oppressive, etc., it shows that there is no fibrosis in the lungs, which basically indicates the absence of infection.

    At such critical times, check this every morning in a clean air environment.
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      Heidi Scott · 2 months ago
      Thank you for info!! I have been taking advil.
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      James Huff · 2 months ago
      Take this with a grain of salt. If the virus died at 77-80 degrees, it would never infect a human, who's average temperature is 98.6 degrees, internal. It would also die out in the desert places and the middle east, which is hasn't... so... caution on putting to much faith in these articles.
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        · 2 months ago
        The virus dies at 77-80 OUTSIDE the body. Inside is a different world.
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          timewilltell · 2 months ago
          incorrect otherwise it would have died out in places like the philippines where it's spreading fast and Iran or Qatar where it's 85 degrees. It's not spreading in the philippines due to inside air conditioning either. it's spreading in towns where almost everyone does not have air conditioning. My wife is filipino and it's in her poor home town as community spread.
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        jw williams · 2 months ago
        You are right.
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          Standing Wave · 2 months ago
          JH, JW - Consider the possibility the numbers refer to degrees Celsius, not Fahrenheit.
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      · 2 months ago
      Good sound advice I think. The only thing missing was that if you don't do these things your head will explode and the earth will stop rotating causing the destruction of mankind...or something along those lines.
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    Suzanne Rice · 2 months ago
    I don't think this was recent. Comments on the video say this is from Germany nearly a decade ado when there was a big sale.
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      Suzanne Rice · 2 months ago
      ago, not ado
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        · 2 months ago
        I wish there was an edit button too!
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    · 2 months ago
    Oh! Lala Urgent !!! ici en France l'état français vas voté la loi sanitaire santé , qui ressemble à vôtre loi médical ici au Etats-Unis , Celà est t-il la loi Martiale sur un notre appelation ??? , Car j'ai regarder la chaîne BFMTV , le chroniqueur de la chaîne à dit que l'état aurait droit de perquisitioner les gens, s'ils n'obéissent pas à la loi une amende de 6000€ sera appliquée.
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      James Huff · 2 months ago
      Translation from French to English: Oh! Lala Urgent !!! here in France the French state is going to vote the health health law, which looks like your medical law here in the United States, Is that the Martial law on our name ??? , Because I watched the channel BFMTV, the columnist of the channel said that the state would have the right to search people, if they do not obey the law a fine of 6000 € will be applied.
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        · 2 months ago
        Merci
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          James Huff · 2 months ago
          De rien
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            · 2 months ago
            That was the extent of my French!
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        · 2 months ago
        C'est la Loi d'états d'urgence sanitaire, avez- vous entendue parler ?
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          James Huff · 2 months ago
          Translation: This is the Law of States of Health Emergency, have you heard of it?
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    · 2 months ago
    Classic! Two weeks ago this very same video was shown but it was a shop in Germany then. i posted a link to where Aldi had a sale of some kind of Carrot doll that was a big hit; many stores were swarmed to get the doll. Notice how in the midst of a pandemic not one person has a mask on?
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      Suzanne Rice · 2 months ago
      The comments on the video say this was in Germany years ago when there was a sale. I believe you're right about the video.
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        J.A. · 2 months ago
        Good catch Suzanne and Getsum! People need to stay on their toes. Videos and pics get recycled quite a lot.
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    Jane Duncan · 2 months ago
    Shops are empty here in Scotland.....Thanx to you Hal was prepared. You, sir, deserve a medal
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    Richard Fennessey · 2 months ago
    Hal, the video itself has this title: Panic-Buying At Aldi Supermarket, Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak, In Italy. This is in Italy, your title is deceptive. I'm not saying your title it is wrong but showing a picture from Italy I don't think is appropriate. This is the video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fupRPu-dHY&feature=youtu.be
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    Edward Roybal · 2 months ago
    This is the most crazy thing that a government can unleash upon its citizens! After this is all over with! And if POTUS, hasn’t put the traitors in GITMO, I say we take our country back from these evil politicians and corporations! Our constitution calls for it!! God bless you and your family!!
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    · 2 months ago
    Guns. ✔
    Ammo ✔
    Proficient in use ✔
    GAP filled ✔