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This is just Incomprehensible! Food, growing, procecessing, shipping, selling...destroyed!

Posted by $ Olduglycarl 3 weeks ago to News
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Interactive map of:
Food growing, selling, processing, shipping...most destroyed or damaged by fire...many just closed up for what ever reason.
Click on the categories at the bottom, click the icons in the map and open link in new window to read.
GROCERY STORES
FOOD PANTRY
FARMS/ANIMALS
GRAIN/SILOS
PLANTS
HACKED
SOURCE URL: https://www.zeemaps.com/view?group=4410859&x=-89.849631&y=44.059004&z=14


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    Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Problem is that at this point most Americans aren't going to find out about this until they are literally starving. It's going to be a bad winter.
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    • Posted by jack1776 2 weeks, 5 days ago
      Absolutely correct... The chaos that ensues is the desired results.
      1. Water
      2. Food reserves
      3. Guns and ammo
      4. Food production
      5. Knowledge – buy books on things you don’t know
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  • Posted by $ Markus_Katabri 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Everything you’ve heard is absolutely true. I’ve seen it with my own eyes.
    I live in farm country. Earlier this spring successful farmers that had enough wealth chose to sit this planting season out. Lots of fields planted with crops before are planted with clover this year. They all cite market instability and high input costs for choosing to sit this year out. Elections have consequences.
    750lbs of food per person per year to maintain muscle mass folks. Do the math. Because others won’t.
    I also suggest you buy your Thanksgiving fixins early. Might be the last big family feast we have for awhile.
    I’m not even arguing this point with anyone. Objective reality is staring us in the face. Ignore it at your peril.
    And Putin has NOTHING to do with this.
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    • Posted by freedomforall 2 weeks, 5 days ago
      Been putting in lots of staples, cans and dried food while it's still cheap. Electric power is a weak point for us. I'm also planning to add insulation here.
      Now if I can kill the damned rats who are cutting down my garden before it produces anything.
      (If you have pets, you'll need to put up food for them, too.)
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  • Posted by $ jdg 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    The destruction of food processing plants is only part of it. Countries all over the world, including the US, have planted a lot less food this year because fertilizer is now limited by quotas set by eco-nut agencies, based on UN plans. There is going to be deliberate famine this fall, and because of the time lag in the supply chain some of it is already too late to prevent.

    Our energy supplies are being cut for the same reason.

    The market -- and I mainly mean the black market -- will find ways to resist these attacks, and we should look for ways to help make that happen. One way is the protests that are now going on, not just in Sri Lanka and Holland but also France, Italy, Japan, and many other countries, but are being suppressed by big media.

    But people are going to die, and peaceful protest isn't enough to stop any of it. So we will have to use force.
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Me dino's conspiracy theory is that our food chain is under attack by the same rabid globalists who want to see our oil production shut down.
    Odd that nothing much is going on in Russia. And I can see open space in China beside India that's getting slammed big time.
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  • Posted by $ Ben_C 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Yep - ordered a three months supply from Patriot Foods. Hasn't come yet so I not sure about storage. If boxes are reasonable in size iImay get another three months. Better to have it an not need it than...........
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    • Posted by doubleJack 2 weeks, 6 days ago
      You'll like the packaging, Ben. They come in square stackable buckets. I tried the "cheesy chicken flavored rice" out of mine, it was delish. Re-heated well, too, it didn't get soggy.

      I ordered 30-day supplies twice, getting ready to order another.
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    • Posted by jack1776 2 weeks, 5 days ago
      Three months isn't enough, just saying. Food production is on an annual basis so what will you do after the 3 months of food have been depleted? You need enough reserve for you and your family to make it to your harvest, next summer.

      I bought two 35-gallon steel drums and filed them with bean and rice, among other things. We have about 200 canned meats, vegetables and fruits. We have a seed store to grow our own food... We just started to raise chickens for eggs. Just purchased a green house. The dehydrated food stores are only good until the government can step in and help, that's who is casing this...
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  • Posted by Owlsrayne 2 weeks, 1 day ago
    Didn't Chucky Schumer say that they(the Democrats) were going to change this country? It's most likely that they would resort to violence and destruction. Serfdom for all except for the elite. Many countries across the Earth are collapsing into anarchy. I follow the British finance guy Neil McCoy-Ward on YouTube and I find his videos excellent in their content. He is the only one reporting on the economic crashes around the world. I wonder who or what could be orchestrating the destruction as shown on that map?
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  • Posted by $ katrinam41 1 week, 4 days ago
    As an addendum to this discussion, a steel plant in Stark County Ohio had a big explosion last night. It occurred in one of the furnaces. My thoughts immediately ran to Reaeden Steel. It makes one wonder if we now have a similar situation developing. There may be a chart or list out there covering such industrial accidents world wide, would be interesting to see what the distribution is.
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    • Posted by $ 1 week, 4 days ago
      That would be interesting...sideline thought...was some of these done for the ins money?
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      • Posted by $ katrinam41 1 week, 4 days ago
        Good question. I feel like digging into this a bit. If I can find anything I'll post it.
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        • Posted by $ 1 week, 4 days ago
          When we first started hearing about these disruption at food processing plants, I did find a few that had experienced occasional fires, explosions etc in the past but all these plants and everything having to do with food, all at once!...no, there are no coincidences here...somethings afoot.
          Radically progressive government is an apt target to investigate as far as I am concerned.
          Ins money?? sure, that too. Especially during the plandemic lock down...
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