Skip to comments.Buy Lots Of Food And Store It Some Place Safe, Because Very Difficult Times Are Approaching
Posted on 09/01/2020 5:05:15 PM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
Im just going to be very blunt with you. Things have already gotten quite crazy, but they are going to get even crazier. Global food supplies have already gotten tight, but they are going to get even tighter. When even the UN starts using the word biblical to describe the famine that the world is facing, that is a sign that the hour is very late. Thankfully, we are not facing famine in the short-term here in the United States, but temporary shortages of certain items have already been popping up, and food prices are aggressively shooting higher. Earlier today my wife stopped by the grocery store to pick up a couple of things, and one particular item that used to cost about 12 dollars was now 20 dollars instead. But thanks to the Federal Reserve, this is about as low as food prices are going to get. The Fed seems absolutely determined to crank up inflation, and that is going to have very serious implications during the times that are ahead. Right now we have a window of opportunity before the next wave of trouble comes along, and I would greatly encourage you to use this window of opportunity to buy lots of food and store it some place safe.
Some people seem to think that if they have stored up a couple months worth of food that they will be just fine.
Unfortunately, that is not the reality of what we are facing. The truth is that you should have enough food to feed every single person in your household for an extended period of time, and many of you will need much more than that. Because when things get really crazy, many of the friends, neighbors and extended family members that neglected to prepare will come knocking on your door asking for help.
There are some people that would turn away those friends, neighbors and extended family members, but I couldnt do that. Yes, they are at fault for refusing to get prepared, but I just couldnt turn them out into the street.
If you also plan to assist those around you that are in need, that just makes your job even bigger. In the end, there is a limit to what any of us can do, and so we will do what we can with what we have and we will leave the rest to God.
The overwhelming demand that we are witnessing at food banks around the nation right now gives us some clues about what we can expect as economic conditions get even worse. In Alameda County, vehicles are lining up as early as seven in the morning just to get a little bit of food from the local food banks
They start lining up as early as seven in the morning and this will run for six straight hours said Altfest.
Hundreds of cars slowly snake their way through the parking lot across from the Acura dealership on Interstate 880. Folks from all walks of life driving everything from Toyotas, BMWs, to Mercedes, all coming to get food. Folks are grateful for the charity.
When I read that quote from a local CBS news report, it struck me that it sounded almost exactly like what Heidi Baker said when she saw people waiting in line to get food
And I saw all these people and they had beautiful cars, 4 by 4s and Lexus, Mercedez, BMWs, Toyotas. There they were with fancy shiny cars, but they were standing in line.
On the east coast we are seeing similar things happen.
In fact, there was a quarter-mile line at the break of dawn at a food bank in Queens on Saturday
The line stretched a quarter-mile before the sun was barely up Saturday, snaking around corners like bread lines in the 1930s. But the hungry in Queens are todays New Yorkers, left jobless by the coronavirus.
Until the pandemic struck the city, La Jornada food pantry used to hand out groceries to roughly 1,000 families a week. Now, the figure tops 10,000. And volunteers serve lunch every day to 1,000 many of them kids with growling stomachs. Across the five boroughs, the hungry number in the hundreds of thousands, the Food Bank of New York estimates.
I found it quite interesting that the New York Post is comparing what is happening now to the bread lines in the 1930s.
This is the reality of what we are facing people. So many people are already in desperate need, and this perfect storm is just getting started.
In the Richmond, Virginia area things are even worse. According to one recent report, vehicles have been lining up at one food bank as early as six hours before it opens
Every Friday, cars line up as early as six hours before the food bank on Iron Bridge Road opens the drive-thru. At noon, the first 20 cars or so are allowed to park in the parking lot where they wait another three hours. Once 3 p.m. hits, the operation begins with a slew of volunteers working in the warehouse to fill grocery carts with fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meat, prepared foods and nonperishable items.
Can you imagine sitting in your vehicle for six hours waiting for a food bank to open?
This is how desperate some people in America have already become.
And as I noted at the beginning of this article, the United Nations is using the word biblical to describe the famine and starvation that are coming all around the world. The following comes from CNBC
Famines of biblical proportions are becoming a serious risk as the coronavirus crisis threatens to double the number of people nearing starvation, a U.N. body has warned.
In projections released Tuesday, the UNs World Food Programme (WFP) predicted that the number of people facing acute food insecurity stood to rise to 265 million by the end of this year, up from 135 million in 2019.
I dont know about you, but I find that warning to be quite sobering.
In a worst-case scenario, the UN projects that about a tenth of the worlds population wont have enough to eat this year
Initial United Nations forecasts show that in a worst-case scenario, about a tenth of the worlds population wont have enough to eat this year. The impact will go beyond just hunger as millions more are also likely to experience other forms of food insecurity, including not being able to afford healthy diets, which can lead to malnutrition and obesity.
Sadly, even though we have already seen so many crazy things happen in 2020, most Americans are still not prepping.
And so when things really start to unravel in a major way, most of them are going to be short on food and supplies very rapidly.
The other day I was interviewed by Dr. Steve Greene, and we discussed some of the reasons why the troubles that we have experienced so far are just the tip of the iceberg.
So much more is coming, but most people dont want to hear that.
Most Americans still want to believe that the future is going to be just wonderful, and so they see absolutely no need to prepare for the chaotic times that are approaching.
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If things get THAT bad, we could always just eat the Democrats....
I have 100 Big Macs in the freezer. I’m good for a while.
Good advice. Keep me in the loop.
Might be a good time for me to order some tuna fish, pasta and pasta sauce from the Dollar Store. Oh, and some microwave popcorn too.
Sorry but I have a tough time feeling for someone in a Lexus in a food giveaway line.
American could stand to miss a few meals, their obesity is the reason the virus is killing everyone.
Such talk also precipitated The Great Toilet Paper Shortage!, stupid hoarders almost ended civilization, they did.
Some think your joking. They’ll come sniffing around later and won’t like what they get.
Its always good to be prepared. Ive stocked up some.
Having said that I havent seen any evidence we are about to face end times starvation. My stores seem to be stocked like normal. Grateful for that.
Extra ton of malted barley
1/2 Ton of Oatmeal for Stouts
50# bag black malt
Should hold me for a few years
You give away free food everyone will show up.
Same way with school supplies.
I got plenty of fresh protein walking around outside in the form of Iguanas.
China has lost a lot of food production this year. So has Africa and the Middle East where there was a locust plague. We have lost a lot of food during the early part of the virus as well. We are having food problems, and probably will for a while. If we turn marxist, it might be for a long time.
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A nice Chianti and
They have a shelf-life of 20-35yrs, even without refrigeration; you’re good to go. The fries will last up to 50yrs.
I’ve got guns and tons of ammo. If I need anything I can get it.
I’ll just take what ever I need from the liberals in my area.
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