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  • HOLODOMOR 2023: Media sounds alarm over shooter sabotage of power substation in North Carolina; says nothing about government sabotage of food, farms, fertilizer and fuel

    12/08/2022 12:19:05 PM PST · by Roman_War_Criminal · 12 replies
    Starvation ^ | 12/6/22 | Mike Adams
    Sabotage of infrastructure that serves human communities is always wrong. When two power substations in North Carolina were reportedly taken down by gunfire in an apparent “criminal act,” the establishment media went to work condemning that act. The gunfire caused “damage that could take days to repair and leaving tens of thousands of people without electricity,” reported the Associated Press, and most establishment media outlets echoed the sentiment. Yet the Associated Press had no condemnation for Joe Biden shutting down oil pipelines and drilling permits that ultimately provide energy resources for hundreds of millions of Americans. Similarly, there is no...
  • Insect Protein Market Trends and Top Manufactures, Opportunities Report by Forecast to 2032

    11/17/2022 11:14:40 AM PST · by Red Badger · 32 replies ^ | November 16, 2022 | Staff
    Newly released data on the global insect protein market by FMI Estimated that the insect protein market enjoyed year-on-year (YoY) growth of 8.2% in 2022 and is accounted for USD 349.2 Mn and is expected to witness a prominent CAGR of 9.2% to reach the value of USD 838.5 Mn in 2032. Revenue for the insect-based pet food segment grew by 18% during the period 2017-2021 while the Demand for beetle protein increased by 11% between 2020 and 2021. The global insect protein market is expected to grow at a stunning 9.2% CAGR from 2022 to 2032. This growth can...
  • How Bad Is Bidenflation? US Consumer Credit Soars (+8.1%) To Pay For Bidenflation (+8.2%) As Personal Savings Craters -59.3% YoY

    10/31/2022 9:21:12 AM PDT · by Kaiser8408a · 19 replies
    Confounded Interest ^ | 10/31/2022 | Anthony B. Sanders
    How bad is inflation under Biden? Consumer credit outstanding soared by 8.1% YoY in August as the inflation rate soared to 8.2%. Meanwhile, the personal savings rate YoY cratered to -59.3%. Of course, Biden is his tone-deaf manner told Americans to buy a cheaper brand of bran cereal. What a complete and utter mess under Inflation Joe and Foul Powell (on the prowl).
  • Washington fertilizer plant burns to the ground; locals told to “shelter in place” due to air pollution

    10/28/2022 4:06:10 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 25 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 10/27/22 | Ethan Huff
    The sheriff’s office in Grant County, Washington, has extended a “shelter in place” order that was issued following the mysterious recent explosion of the Wilbur Ellis fertilizer plant, located near Moses Lake in eastern Washington. Poor air quality following a massive fire that left the facility in shambles has made it unsafe for area residents to engage in certain activities. Until it clears up, folks are being advised to lay low, use air purifiers and just wait. The incident occurred on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 23, with firefighters called to the scene at around 4 p.m. They arrived to a building...
  • Local Food and the Unsustainable Absurdity of the Average American Diet [What Happens When Supply Issues Occur?]

    10/15/2022 11:21:57 AM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 66 replies
    The Frugalite Blog ^ | January, 2022 | Daisy Luther
    Whatever happened to local food? Have you ever thought about how wildly unrealistic and unsustainable our current diets are? For example, items that don’t grow within the same season are commonly consumed together. Things that don’t grow on the same continent are combined into all sorts of meals. We eat blueberries in December and drink pumpkin spice lattes in the summer. We eat tropical fruit with Midwestern grains. Without the transportation system, there would be absolutely no rhyme or reason to our “normal” diets. What is a typical breakfast in the United States? A typical start to one’s day in...
  • The “Perfect Storm Has Arrived”: Famine, War, Chaos, and A Cold Dark Winter

    10/03/2022 6:48:34 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 58 replies
    SHTF Plan ^ | 10/02/22 | Mac Slavo
    United Nations World Food Program Executive Director David Beasley is saying the perfect storm has arrived. “A perfect storm on top of a perfect storm,” Beasley recently said, has reached our doorstep. Beasley is urging people to donate to the UN, particularly Gulf nations and billionaires, asking them to give a few days of profits to tackle a crisis with the fertilizer supply right now and prevent widespread food shortages next year. “Otherwise, there’s gonna be chaos all over the world,” World Food Program Executive Director David Beasley said in an Associated Press interview. Yet this chaos isn’t going to...
  • Deep State-Nazi Hidden Axis

    09/19/2022 11:50:52 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 10 replies
    New American ^ | 19 September 2022 | Daniel Natal
    The invisible government of the Deep State has long worked with the Nazis to accomplish its nefarious objectives, going back to the rise of Hitler. =============================================================== Witness Osh, Kyrgyzstan, a modest outpost in Central Asia. Boiling clouds enliven the sky as a breeze lazily strums the tall grass. Meanwhile a farmer tends his yaks, as clouds of gnats move across a meadow in a body like a mournful specter. Life here has gone on in a relatively unbroken pattern for thousands of years. But peasants have noticed something unusual appearing in the soil of late: train tracks. The construction is...
  • United Nations BEGGING Russia to export fertilizer so Western nations don’t suffer a worsening food collapse

    09/16/2022 1:34:16 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 22 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 9/14/22 | Ethan Huff
    In a bid to prevent a global food crisis, the United Nations has resorted to begging Russia for mercy concerning its export of fertilizer to Western countries that need it for crops. Right now, a pipeline that once transported ammonia from Russia to Ukraine’s Black Sea port of Yuzhny (renamed “Pivdennyi”) is offline due to Western sanctions against Russia. Consequently, much-needed fertilizer has stopped flowing. Before the war, Russia accounted for about 20 percent of all global exports of ammonia, a key ingredient in fertilizer production. The ammonia pipeline in question has been closed since the February invasion began. (Related:...
  • The Stage Is Being Set For A Massive Global Rice Shortage

    09/16/2022 11:35:00 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 62 replies
    Economic Collapse Blog ^ | 9/11/22 | Michael Snyder
    This wasn’t supposed to happen. For months, I have been writing article after article about the rapidly growing global food crisis, but even though drought is devastating so many other crops all over the planet I thought that there would be plenty of rice in 2023. Unfortunately, I was wrong. As you will see below, some of the biggest rice producers in the entire world are being hit really hard, and rice production is going to be way below expectations this year. Of course rice is one of the primary staples that poor nations depend upon, and so this is...
  • Green tyranny: Trudeau’s fed agents raiding private lands to test nitrate levels on soil and water sources

    09/06/2022 6:33:16 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 13 replies
    Food Collapse ^ | 9/5/22 | Belle Carter
    Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) employees had been trespassing private lands in Saskatchewan to ensure the nitrate level compliance of farms in the Canadian province. Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Jeremy Cockrill called on Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault to comment on these allegations. “We’re still unsure which federal department they are a part of, but they actually were taking samples out of a private dugout and when approached and queried as to why they were there, they said that they were checking for pesticide residues and nitrates,” Cockrill said. According to the Post Millennial, Cockrill learned...
  • News Summary Intelligence Report Sunday 9/4/2022 Newsdump Holiday Weekend RCMP Feared "Insider Threats" During Freedom Convoy Crackdown, Chile Votes Down "Progressive Constitution", Italian, Swedish Election Polling

    09/04/2022 10:28:02 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 7 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 9/4/2022 | Nextrush/Self
    Breaking News: Mass Murder Attacks in Rural Saskatchewan Canada With Two Suspects Using Knives 10 Dead And 15 Wounded Police Say The Suspects Are At Large Tonight the Royal Canadian Mounted Police warning the public across three provinces (Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan) regarding suspects Damien Sanderson, 31 and Myles Sanderson, 30. They may have been spotted in Regina, Saskatchewan... A private plane that reported cabin pressure problems after taking off in Spain on a flight to Cologne, Germany ended up crashing into the Baltic Sea off the coast of Latvia... A protest march and rally in the Netherlands today opposing...
  • Is the Food Crisis Over or Just Getting Started?

    08/31/2022 2:08:27 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 24 replies
    Are you hungry? Good, according to the central planners. The folks over at the UN stopped destroying the world for a brief few minutes to publish a piece (snapshot below) justifying their behavior and explaining the “benefits” of the famine they’ve engineered. Not making this up. The article remained on the UN website for a day or so before being deleted after it went viral on social media, with people horrified at the truly unbelievable evil. The good thing about this is that as they continue with their predictive programming and NLP (seriously, look into both and it promises to...
  • Americans one crisis away from starvation – The odds of this many food supply chain issues happening at once are so astronomical as to be impossible… Unless by design

    08/31/2022 2:03:37 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 43 replies ^ | 8/29/22 | Editors
    ANP received the following email a little over a week ago, and I have spent time researching the issue, which is meat prices, how they continue to rise and how a “surge” is expected, which experts are predicting will last years. (Article by Susan Duclos republished from Yes, years. Not counting how they have already “surged” over the course of the last two years, we are now being warned that another spike is expected, which we will get into below the email sent to ANP. The name of the town and reader has been redacted at the request of...
  • Two more fertilizer plants in Europe shut down due to high gas prices – no energy means no food

    08/27/2022 8:19:07 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 17 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 8/26/22 | Ethan Huff
    A pair of fertilizer production facilities in Poland have reportedly closed their doors, at least temporarily, because of the exorbitant cost of natural gas and other fuels. Record-breaking prices for fuel all across Europe forced Grupa Azoty, the European Union’s second-largest fertilizer producer and the owner of one of the plants, to halt operations. The company issued the following statement on August 22: “Due to record prices for natural gas, the main raw material for Grupa Azoty SA’s production, the company decided on August 22, 2022 to temporarily shut down its nitrogen fertilizer, caprolactam and polyamide 6 production plants from...
  • Multiple bread basket droughts simultaneously! Rapid collapse ahead!

    08/19/2022 1:50:19 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 31 replies
    strange sounds ^ | 8/19/22 | Strange Sounds
    Well right now over 50% of the US is in some form of drought – the US happens to be a breadbasket region. The North Central US/Canada is not in a drought (but it was severe last year), and that area alone is responsible for a lot of our canola and wheat production. But the Russian roulette of Drought stricken areas has hit all the below at the same time in many cases, in (record breaking in some) droughts: Northern Africa, and Southern Africa is in drought right now. Central South America is in drought right now. Europe is in...
  • Devastating fire at historic Oregon flour mill causes more flour supply interruptions

    08/19/2022 1:40:34 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 11 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 8/12/22 | Cassie B
    A historic flour mill in Oregon owned by the nation’s biggest independent flour milling company has been completely destroyed by a fire. Authorities are describing the Grain Craft mill in Pendleton as a total loss after a small fire that began on Tuesday afternoon reignited early Wednesday morning while the building was empty, fully engulfing the mill due to the significant amount of dry grain it was housing as well as its wood structure. Pendleton Assistant Fire Chief Tony Pierotti told the media that the fuel load was “extreme” because the silos were filled with finished grain. Authorities have been...
  • What’s that smell? Big Food corporations are quietly adding crickets and other insects into meal bars, cookies and snacks

    08/19/2022 1:40:31 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 44 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 8/16/22 | Ethan Huff
    Be careful when buying “health food” as some corporations have already begun quietly adding cricket “flour” and other insect-based ingredients to products labeled “sustainable” and “nutritious.” One company called Actually Foods is now selling a Cheddar Cheese Puffs product that contains “organic cricket flour” in the “puff” ingredients list. The product, which comes from Canada, is labeled using the terms “nutritious,” “sustainable,” and “delicious.” The Cheddar Cheese Puffs product from Actually Foods is also branded as being high in protein because it is “powered by crickets” – the suggestion being that crickets are a “superfood.” It turns out that Entomo...
  • Spaghetti sauce prices to increase due to reduced tomato yields amid California water crisis

    08/19/2022 1:40:29 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 8 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 8/17/22 | Belle Carter
    California tomato farmers are now struggling with a water scarcity brought about by the worst drought in 1,200 years. This dilemma that affects the production of processing tomatoes, the variety that gets canned and used in commercial kitchens to make some of the most popular foods, could possibly cause the imminent soaring of tomato-based sauce prices in the market. “We desperately need rain,” Mike Montna, head of the California Tomato Growers Association, said in an interview. “We are getting to a point where we do not have inventory left to keep fulfilling the market demand.” This United States region is...
  • Corn collapse: Just 57% of US corn crop is in good or excellent condition

    08/19/2022 1:40:26 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 25 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 8/17/22 | Arsenio Toledo
    Less than 60 percent of America’s corn crop is in good or excellent condition, according to the latest Crop Progress report from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). As of Aug. 15, only 12 percent of America’s corn crop is in excellent condition; 45 percent in good condition; 27 percent in fair condition; 10 percent in poor condition; and six percent in very poor condition. In the USDA’s Crop Progress report published on July 17, 13 percent of the crop was rated excellent, 48 percent good, 25 percent fair, eight percent poor and three percent very poor. On June...
  • Netherlands to SHUT DOWN 11,200 farms to meet climate goals

    08/13/2022 5:10:54 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 83 replies
    The Burning Platform ^ | 8/9/22 | Administrator
    If you have followed my reporting you probably know about the protests happening in the Netherlands. Tens of thousands of farmers have taken to the streets to protest against new climate goals which will force farmers to shut down their farms. They have set hay bales on fire on motorways and dumped manure and even blocked supermarket distribution centers. According to calculations done by the Finance ministry, a whopping 11 200 livestock farmers will be forced to shut down by the government to reduce nitrogen emissions in order to meet European environmental rules. Another 17 600 farmers would need to...