The American Trucking Association (ATA) is celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision to put a stay on Joe Biden’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine-or-test” mandate for employers. In an announcement, President and CEO Chris Spear called the ruling “a tremendous victory on behalf of the trucking industry and workers and employers everywhere.” “Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court validates … Continue reading If the Supreme Court’s stay of Biden’s covid vaccine mandate ever gets lifted, the supply chain will collapse
Under the banner of fighting the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), corporations all around the world have stopped producing fertilizer, which is of course needed to grow food. Record prices for fertilizer due to fiat-driven inflation combined with dwindling supplies of existing fertilizer have created a dire situation in which global starvation could very soon become a reality. According … Continue reading Global food production teeters on the brink due to widespread fertilizer shortages
As the nation’s supply chain crisis worsens, three things are becoming apparent: One, there doesn’t seem to be a solution around the corner; two, the nation’s food supply is now being affected; and three, the crisis appears to have been manufactured by the current regime in order to squeeze working-class Americans, the largest faction of … Continue reading U.S. faces engineered famine as COVID lockdowns and vax mandates could lead to widespread hunger, unrest this winter
According to the federal government, everything is just fine as far as the supply chain goes. In real life, however, grocery stores are starting to plaster up images of fake food on empty store shelves to make it appear as though things are fully stocked. A London Tesco grocery store went viral on social media after a photo of … Continue reading Grocery stores now using PHOTOS of food to fill empty shelves like something ripped straight out of North Korea
As America and the rest of the world continues to resume normal operations after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, businesses across the country struggle to acquire major consumer goods like chicken, lumber and microchips. The pandemic also resulted in countless reports of shortages across the supply chain, from shipping, demand, supply and other levels of the global economy. Food supplies: … Continue reading US faces shortages of various major consumer goods like chicken, gas, lumber and microchips in post-pandemic economy
A fresh round of supply chain woes is hitting Costco and Walmart, which are once again limiting purchases of toilet paper due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). According to reports, the two retail giants are blaming the shortage on many cargo ships that are waiting to dock off the coast of Southern California. Some of these … Continue reading Walmart, Costco limit toilet paper sales as the engineered covid collapse accelerates
As if things were not already bad enough, the latest projections suggest that the fertilizer chemicals needed to grow food are set to reach near-record high prices in 2022. Farm Management Specialist Gary Schnitkey from the University of Illinois (UoI) warns that major fertilizers in Illinois, a “rust belt” farming state, have already increased by about 50 percent in … Continue reading THE WORLD GOES HUNGRY: Fertilizer prices projected to reach near-record high in 2022
The word of the month is “transitory.” Inflation, supply chain woes, and other problems are all going away soon, we are told – except for the fact that they are not. The supply chain crisis with food alone is much worse than the mainstream media is letting on, despite all of the rosy language being used … Continue reading Is the American food supply chain collapsing?
Brits are reportedly panic buying gasoline due to an ongoing energy crisis that is spilling out of China into Europe – and from there into the United States, potentially. As natural gas prices in Europe and Asia soar, protests are breaking out all over the place. The story is that India and China are both seeing shortages of coal, … Continue reading The Chinese energy crisis is spilling over into Europe: Is the U.S. next?
A nurse from Alberta, Canada, has written a letter debunking the myth that hospitals are being overrun with patients because of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). In truth, this person contends, the only crisis is “a staffing crisis that has been brewing for decades.” “Do not believe the hype,” she says. Even so, this individual expects to be … Continue reading Hospitals are using vaccine mandates to engineer a staffing crisis so they can claim they’re “overrun” with patients