Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Collapse Accelerates As Fuel Rationing Begins In The UK

Collapse accelerates as fuel rationing begins

Panic buying of petrol has ensued in the United Kingdom after oil giant BP announced new rationing of gasoline and diesel.

Persistent supply chain problems stemming from the government’s fascist response to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) has left pretty much everything in shambles, including the energy sector which is having difficulty transporting fuel from refineries to service stations.

There are not enough truck drivers willing to transport fuel anymore, authorities claim. And hoarding is only making the situation worse, though it is to be expected with the writing on the wall.

It is becoming increasingly obvious that the world is in shutdown mode, thanks to Chinese Virus tyranny. Still, government figureheads are desperately trying to keep people calm with their soothsaying.

“Everyone should carry on as normal,” announced U.K. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who claims that there is no actual fuel shortage.

Technically he is right: There is more than enough fuel on the planet to last many lifetimes. The problem is getting that fuel into people’s cars and homes, especially at a time when it makes more sense for a lot of people to not work rather than work.

With fewer truck drivers and higher demand, prices for petrol are spiking. And the problem is only being worsened by the hyperinflation that is coming about due to private central banking and its fiat currency Ponzi schemes.

Oil is not the only thing suffering in the supply chain. Natural gas, fertilizer, carbon dioxide for food preservation, and more are all in short supply due to the devastating impact of the Fauci Flu plandemic.

Things are fizzling out, and fast, at a time when the Northern Hemisphere is on the verge of entering a cold winter season. Is this the “dark winter” that Joe Pedophile Biden warned about last year?

Christmas is also on the way, and experts are warning that the expected revenues that would normally come at this time of year will be greatly impacted by supply problems as tankers full of goods float around in the ocean waiting for some place to port and unload.

As it turns out, there are very few workers at the ports these days, so that, too, is a problem for all kinds of consumer goods. This, plus the shutdown of factories where products are made, bodes ominous for the global economy.

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