10 shortages that are getting worse

The global supply chain is in complete tatters. Tens of thousands of items and services are in short supply or can’t be found at all. This is leading to higher prices, a/k/a cost-push inflation, and a general decrease in the purchasing power of all fiat currencies, be it the US Dollar, the Japanese Yen or … Continue reading 10 shortages that are getting worse

Hundreds of healthcare workers in Virginia have been fired or suspended over COVID-19 vaccine mandates

Hundreds of healthcare workers in Virginia have either been suspended or have outright lost their jobs over their refusal to comply with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates. This development comes after Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued a directive forcing state employees to take the experimental and deadly COVID-19 vaccines under threat of unemployment. Northam’s vaccine mandate applies … Continue reading Hundreds of healthcare workers in Virginia have been fired or suspended over COVID-19 vaccine mandates

Shipping workers warn of imminent global transport systems collapse

A global transport systems collapse looms due to the lingering impacts of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In an open letter, a coalition of unions that represent shipping workers across the globe warns of the imminent collapse as fragmented and inconsistent pandemic restrictions around the world toss international shipping into chaos. The shipping workers write: “We are witnessing unprecedented disruptions and … Continue reading Shipping workers warn of imminent global transport systems collapse

Global food ecosystem under severe pressure due to staff shortages, extreme weather

The list of problems impacting food supply chains this year continues to grow, as extreme weather and worker shortages are pushing global food prices upward and leaving people hungry. Right now, the global food ecosystem is under intense pressure due to a shortage of staff. The reduction in supplies and lack of workers are threatening … Continue reading Global food ecosystem under severe pressure due to staff shortages, extreme weather

Prep and start a survival stockpile: Mainstream media tells citizens to “get used” to supply shortages amid the pandemic

Even before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began, preppers have already been preparing for the next disaster scenario by stocking up on essential goods. But instead of telling citizens to get enough supplies for their pantries and stockpiles, mainstream media is content to tell the public to just “get used” to supply shortages during the pandemic. (h/t to SHTFPlan.com) … Continue reading Prep and start a survival stockpile: Mainstream media tells citizens to “get used” to supply shortages amid the pandemic

Start prepping now: Skyrocketing store prices hint at impending food shortages

  Preppers have known since early this year, but even non-preppers are noticing that store prices are increasing yet supplies are often in short supply amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic. Don’t wait until it’s too late to stock up on supplies, especially since it seems like things may get even worse as prices continue to increase, hinting … Continue reading Start prepping now: Skyrocketing store prices hint at impending food shortages

Surging food prices force restaurants to increase cost of menu items

Food prices are surging in grocery stores and restaurants, hitting small businesses very hard. “They haven’t gone up. They’ve almost doubled,” said Nick Rando, owner of an Italian restaurant in Natick, Massachusetts. Rando said that in January, red meat and steak cost him $7.35 a pound. “Last week, it was $13.20 a pound.” People in Massachusetts have … Continue reading Surging food prices force restaurants to increase cost of menu items