Poorer countries in free-fall COLLAPSE as global food import costs reach “alarming level”

The latest report from the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) indicates that the global aggregate of food import costs has reached nearly $2 trillion in 2022 due to runaway inflation. The FAO’s “Food Outlook” explains that the cost of importing wheat, rice, maize, vegetable oils, and pretty much all other farm goods will soon … Continue reading Poorer countries in free-fall COLLAPSE as global food import costs reach “alarming level”

60% of Great Britain’s manufacturing sector risks closure due to soaring energy prices

The results of a new survey on the current state of the British economy are dire, suggesting that as many as six in 10 manufacturing businesses throughout the country are at risk of closing due to skyrocketing energy bills. MakeUK, a manufacturing lobby organization in the United Kingdom, announced over the weekend that 42 percent of British … Continue reading 60% of Great Britain’s manufacturing sector risks closure due to soaring energy prices

Discretionary income evaporates as UK food inflation hits record high ahead of dark winter

It is becoming harder and harder for ordinary people to eat in the United Kingdom, thanks to the worst cost-of-living crisis to strike the country in a generation. Inflation is so out of control in the UK that many Brits are diving headlong into debt just to keep food on the table and heat in the house … Continue reading Discretionary income evaporates as UK food inflation hits record high ahead of dark winter

At least 75,000 Brits to stop paying utility bills in response to unfettered inflation

An activist group called Don’t Pay UK says that more than 75,000 Brits have pledged to “strike” on October 1 by no longer paying their utility bills. Skyrocketing inflation and other factors are rapidly making energy a commodity only for the wealthy in the United Kingdom, prompting the makings of a social revolution. “75,000 people have pledged to … Continue reading At least 75,000 Brits to stop paying utility bills in response to unfettered inflation

Prepper must-haves: 9 Items to stock up on as you prepare for hyperinflation

Prepper must-haves: 9 Items to stock up on as you prepare for hyperinflation

Germany prepares for “emergency cash deliveries” ahead of anticipated dark winter energy blackout

It appears as though the lights will soon go out in Germany, which is bracing for impact by making preparations for emergency cash deliveries. Bundesbank, the country’s central bank, has begun “hoarding extra billions to cope with a surge in demand,” according to Reuters. There are also talks of potential withdrawal limits to prevent a bank run, said someone … Continue reading Germany prepares for “emergency cash deliveries” ahead of anticipated dark winter energy blackout

Meat prices jump another 40% in Germany – EMPTY SHELVES on the way

Germany’s current left-wing government is shouldering the blame for impending “supply bottlenecks” for meat, and particularly pork, which under the guise of inflation and the energy crisis, is being phased out in favor of “plant-based” alternatives. In four-to-six months, warned Hubert Kellinger, a member of the board at Germany’s Meat Industry Association (VDF) and the head of … Continue reading Meat prices jump another 40% in Germany – EMPTY SHELVES on the way

United Nations considers trying to OUTLAW all fossil fuels on the planet, which would lead to the starvation and death of billions of people

The COP27 globalist gathering that recently took place in Egypt came with open calls for a global phase-out of, and eventual ban on, all fossil fuels. Were this to actually happen, billions of people would die. A tiny, failing island in the South Pacific called Tuvalu (ever heard of it?) made the proposition using the following quoted statement: “We, therefore, unite with … Continue reading United Nations considers trying to OUTLAW all fossil fuels on the planet, which would lead to the starvation and death of billions of people

Riots and unrest spreading beyond Sri Lanka and Panama due to inflation and economic breakdown

The world economy is in dire straits as country after country descends into crisis followed by chaos. It all seems to have begun, as it usually does, in the Third World, but is now rapidly spreading to the First World. Sri Lanka and Panama were among the earliest nations to see crisis-related unrest spill over into … Continue reading Riots and unrest spreading beyond Sri Lanka and Panama due to inflation and economic breakdown

Parts of Mississippi River forced to CLOSE due to worsening drought crisis

Shipping costs for barges continue to hyperinflate as water levels in some parts of the Mississippi River reach record lows. A stretch of the river about 125 miles northeast of Memphis near Hickman, Ky., closed on Monday, after which dredging operations commenced to clear debris from the waterway. The United States Coast Guard announced that three vessels and … Continue reading Parts of Mississippi River forced to CLOSE due to worsening drought crisis