Lately we have been warned from various sides about possible food shortages.
The UN, the WEF, the WHO, the EU, the British government and the US government have already expressed their views on this.
It is also announced in phase 5 of the Rockefeller playbook: disrupting the food chain, attacking the economy and wrecking the financial system.
Several articles have already appeared on CSTV about the economy and the inflationary pressures on our financial system. They are already well on their way.
With regard to the disruption of the food chain, the first steps are already being taken there too.
The experience of recent years has taught us that when our dictatorial rulers announce something as a potential danger, we better take them seriously.
Is there really a food shortage?
This too is just propaganda and strategy.
It will happen, I have no doubts about that. But then caused by themselves. And not by Putin, who, very conveniently, can be blamed for everything right now.
The process of bullying and driving away the farmers has been going on for many years. But that process is now speeding up due to the absurdity of carbon dioxide and nitrogen mismanagement. The farmers not only provide a large part of our food, but also make an important contribution to the economy by means of exporting their products.
But that doesn't matter, they have to get away from sschwab, kaaghek and rutler!
At the moment people are trying to sow panic with sunflower oil. You know, that cheap oil that we used to use to deep-fry fries and bitterballen. It used to cost 70 or 80 cents a liter. Only when the diesel price rose sharply and people found out that you might as well throw sunflower oil in your tank, the tax on sunflower oil was increased considerably. Now fuel prices are rising again to unprecedented heights, so the Ukraine crisis could well be used as a reason to raise taxes again considerably.
Because of the war in Ukraine, the sunflower oil suddenly ran out.
Everywhere! Now it is back, but 3 times as expensive as before.
Anyone who can think a bit logically knows that the sunflower harvest takes place in the fall. In France it is in September/October. In Ukraine, due to the colder climate, maybe a month later. The sunflower oil that is now in the shops is from the harvest from 2021 or even before and the scarcity that would suddenly be there is completely invented by ourselves and also a step in the whole plan. Just like with gas and oil. Europe is being urged by the US to boycott gas and oil from Russia. The US itself wants to supply gas to Europe and the oil import from Russia has recently been increased by more than 40% by the US itself.
And meanwhile, the US continues to stoke the war fire and urges Europe to do the same.
Nice huh, such an ally?
At first I thought things wouldn't go so smoothly with food shortages. Last year, all kinds of images suddenly surfaced of American farmers who were ordered to destroy their crops. But as far as I know, that hasn't really led to food shortages.
Down with that harvest! Stroke virus!
But a lot of weird things are happening right now.
Poultry is destroyed on a large scale all over Europe. Of course for your health. We don't want bird flu! With a pcr test for sure, it is determined that one or more of the chickens in the barn have a flu or a runny nose and go, the whole bubs are eliminated. In the wider area! This year many millions of animals have already been destroyed in Europe (yes, this is also not democratic European legislation).
The same liars with the same kind of lies are already preparing us that the next pandemic may just come through the chickens. So get rid of those beasts.
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RTL has never heard of 'gain of function' (making viruses more dangerous in a laboratory). Swindler Oosterhaus does, but of course he secretly keeps his mouth shut about it.
Have you noticed that your eggs and chicken breast have become much more expensive? And not only that, all food prices are skyrocketing.
Aldi Germany has raised all its food prices by 20 to 50%:
The US is also working hard on the grand plan. They just set the chickens on fire. And not just the chickens, I'll come back to that later in the article.
Crazy isn't it, we have never had a food shortage in most parts of the world since the end of the 2nd World War and recently even in Africa (almost) not anymore.
But since Naziklaas Sschwab has been working on his 'kreet riezet' plans…..
(The wef is working with the biden government to ensure that most people will survive the coming food shortages.
Citizens who have up-to-date vaccine documents will normally receive packets of vegetarian protein products)
I'm not making it up folks, this is his own tweet.
Soon we will have no more grain.
That means not only that there is no bread, but also no fodder. The fertilizer is also running out (gas is an important raw material for the production of fertilizer). So not only will there soon be no grain, but shortages will also arise in all other crops, such as vegetables, fruit, nuts and other grain products.
What also worries me greatly is the sheer number of fires in food processing factories. A fire can sometimes start in a factory. These are usually factories with explosive or highly flammable products. I can still remember some industrial fires in the Botlek, recently at a scrap-processing company and earlier at Esso. I can also remember a big fire about 30 years ago at the Cindu in Uithoorn. And in Toulouse, southern France, more than 20 years ago, where a large industrial chemical complex had to deal with several explosions and fires. All (petro)chemical industry. But I don't remember the fact that Unilever, Struik, Campina, Johma or Danone factories caught fire.
But it's been happening recently in the US. And not so frugal either!
Many very large food processing & distribution factories have recently exploded or burned down.
All unexplained fires. No one knows the cause, but the fires have destroyed the entire factories one by one. Crazy, huh?
In a matter of weeks, a vegetable and nut processing plant in Oregon was destroyed by flames, cause unknown.
A natural food distribution station, also in Oregon, burned to the ground.
New Hampshire, a large meat processing plant burned there for 16 hours and was completely destroyed.
In California, a giant producer and processor of all kinds of salads, burned for 17 hours and completely destroyed.
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(I don't know much about fire extinguishing, but what that large aerial platform on the right sprays on the fire, it doesn't seem to have an extinguishing effect)
In Indiana it was the turn of a 350 thousand square foot distribution center of Wallmart.
In Texas, the largest food center of its kind in the entire country (growing, processing, packaging and distributing various vegetables) burned to the ground. Also here, of course, cause unknown.
Oregon, a giant food processing company, exploded. There have also been injuries.
In Arizona, a food aid distribution center has been on fire for 24 hours and more than 25.000 kilograms of food have been lost.
This year there have been a few dozen fires and explosions at food processing plants and distribution centers.
Does that prove anything? No, not per se. Fires do occur, but fires at food processing plants and distribution centers are rare and unprecedented in this quantity.
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Could it have something to do with the Great Reset plans? In any case, it had already been predicted and even announced.
Plandemic, poison injection, war, destruction of our financial systems. Starve us? They don't hold back for anything.