Rabobank says “biblical” surge in food prices soon to come

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) says the United States is on track to maintain its current stocks of food based on an expectation of maximum acreage planted and healthy yields. However, Rabobank writers Michael Every and Michael Magdovitz disagree, warning that a crisis of “biblical” proportions could be on the way. Food and feed prices have increased … Continue reading Rabobank says “biblical” surge in food prices soon to come

Food prices will climb in 2021 as inflation accelerates

It was supposed to be 14 days, to flatten the curve. But now, nearly a year has passed since state governments first imposed economic controls and travel restrictions on small businesses and “non-essential” people. The repercussions of lock downs, medical tyranny and perpetual spending packages continue to have a ripple effect on the current economic … Continue reading Food prices will climb in 2021 as inflation accelerates

Mask mandates are HARMING economic activity, says economist

With governments worldwide reopening their economies and lifting lockdowns, authorities and health experts have doubled down on their advice that people wear face masks when going out to shop or dine. In fact, an economic report by researchers from the University of Utah even suggested that national mandates for face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic would “persistently” promote economic activity. But economist … Continue reading Mask mandates are HARMING economic activity, says economist

Anthony Fauci lectures Americans over COVID-19: It spread because we have too much freedom

America’s lead immunologist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, has been in government nearly his entire adult life. Having taken over as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in 1984, he joined the National Institutes of Health in 1968 — meaning he has been in Washington for more than 50 years. That’s longer than two … Continue reading Anthony Fauci lectures Americans over COVID-19: It spread because we have too much freedom

WHO reverses course, again: Lockdowns as primary response to COVID-19 now said to be “damaging”

The World Health Organization (WHO) has advised against lockdowns as a primary response to the COVID-19 pandemic after seeing the extent of damage they have caused. The organization’s latest advice is a complete turnaround from its earlier stance, which recommended lockdowns to address the coronavirus’s spread. Dr. David Nabarro, the special envoy on COVID-19, told The Spectator that the organization does not advocate … Continue reading WHO reverses course, again: Lockdowns as primary response to COVID-19 now said to be “damaging”

Coronavirus lockdowns causing jump in suicides among middle-class workers in India

The ongoing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the measures to slow its spread are taking a serious mental toll on people around the world. In India, suicides among professionals are on the rise as the pandemic has forced companies to cut jobs, exacerbating what has been a growing problem for the country. Even before the … Continue reading Coronavirus lockdowns causing jump in suicides among middle-class workers in India

No, “coronavirus” hasn’t thrown 100 million into extreme poverty… virus LOCKDOWNS did that

For the first time in recorded history, world leaders who are supposed to have access to cutting-edge research and science, closed down their countries, shuttered their economies and ordered their people locked away, for the most part, in response to a new virus pandemic, COVID-19. Predictably, thousands of businesses and firms closed. Factories shut down, … Continue reading No, “coronavirus” hasn’t thrown 100 million into extreme poverty… virus LOCKDOWNS did that