Hundreds of food processing operations burning down
Of course vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences. But there’s no way all these food processing plant and barn fires, along with strange new laws incentivizing farmers not to work since 2020, can’t be coincidences. It appears most of the food processing plants and farms, especially in the chicken industry, were destroyed in 2020, while the new laws took effect in 2021-22.
- Poultry farm in Otsego, Michigan loses 300,000 chickens in massive fire (January 3, 2020)
- 400,000 chickens killed in massive barn fire in Bloomfield, Nebraska (February 27, 2020)
- 280,000 chickens killed in a Ceres, California chicken barn fire (April 24, 2020)
- Fire at Red Bird Egg Farm in Pilesgrove, New Jersey kills 300,000 chickens (July 21, 2020)
- 4-alarm fire at Martic Township, Pennsylvania warehouse kills 42,000 chickens (July 30, 2020)
- Kent Foods plant that supplied grains, sugar to entire E.U. burned to the ground (September 2, 2020)
- 2,000 pigs killed in massive fire at Northern Ireland farm (September 8, 2020)
- 1,000 acres of corn destroyed in Michigan after vandals sabotaged it to kill cows that eat it (September 30, 2020)
- Fire at three barns kills 250,000 chicken in Dade County, Florida (December 17, 2020)
- California appropriates $3 billion to pay farmers not to farm (March 31, 2022)
- Biden Administration announces it will pay farmers not to farm (May 2, 2021)
There are at least 20 more of these stories that could have been included. Further, a recent study commissioned by The Guardian in the U.K., concluded that Northern Ireland must get rid of 1.2 million sheep and cattle, along with 5 million chickens, to meet required net-zero carbon emissions and 50% reduction in methane emissions. As we noted last week, global food prices are at their highest points in the 32-year history of the Food and Agricultural Organization’s (FAO) food price index.
Get ready for gasoline, natural gas rationing
We also reported last week how U.S. gas prices hit all-time record-highs on March 10. And the situation is only worsening. Hawaii hit a new state record of $5.20 per gallon of gas on March 31. Idaho broke its state record today, with gas now sitting at $4.44 per gallon. The United States doesn’t need foreign oil, and has at least five years of reserves. Yet the Biden Administration continues blaming Putin for high gas prices. The U.S. is unlikely to face gas shortages since domestic demand is down and the U.S. is now exporting oil to other countries. But the landscape is different in Europe and Australia.