Food shortages reached record high in April as inflation continues to skyrocket

New data from S&P Global shows that food supply shortages reached a record high in April amid the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Manufacturers worldwide reported sustained supply and price pressures last month, and the Global Supply Shortages Index calculated that shortages were just under seven times higher than the normal level. “Supply shortages surged … Continue reading Food shortages reached record high in April as inflation continues to skyrocket

Why is the media reluctant to cover the American baby formula shortage?

It is becoming increasingly difficult to find baby formula in the United States. And yet almost nothing is being said about it by the media because it makes Joe Biden look bad. As you may recall, Hunter’s dad promised to fix everything supposedly caused by his predecessor, including the ever-present broken supply chains. Ever since Biden took office, … Continue reading Why is the media reluctant to cover the American baby formula shortage?

Global rice production to plunge by 10%, hundreds of millions to be affected

The world’s largest rice-producing countries are having difficulties planting their normal crop this year due to soaring fertilizer prices, which the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) warned could send harvests plunging by as much as 10 percent next season. China, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Vietnam are all struggling to keep up with fertilizer inflation, which on … Continue reading Global rice production to plunge by 10%, hundreds of millions to be affected

If food production ever stopped, the planet would run out of food in just 90 days

Most people living in the West right now are blissfully unaware of just how close the world is to seeing widespread famine and starvation. Should food supply inputs continue to falter due to bad weather, inflation, sanctions and other factors, the entire world could run out of food in just three months. That is not … Continue reading If food production ever stopped, the planet would run out of food in just 90 days

Government says “bird flu” responsible for rising egg prices

More than 17 million poultry birds, including chickens and turkeys, have died in recent months, supposedly due to a new wave of avian flu. And in the aftermath, egg prices are rising in some areas. According to reports, egg prices recently reached their highest point since the beginning of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, with shell prices rising … Continue reading Government says “bird flu” responsible for rising egg prices

Food rationing begins in some countries as plandemic’s war phase escalates

Lebanon has reportedly started rationing wheat amid a pre-planned food shortage that is dovetailing right on cue with the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Many businesses throughout the country were forced to close because they no longer have enough wheat products to sell following Ukraine’s ban on exports. Wheat shortages in Lebanon are expected to extend well into July while the … Continue reading Food rationing begins in some countries as plandemic’s war phase escalates

Ukraine issues emergency order banning all exports of wheat, oats, meat and more

Starting now, no more wheat, oats, millet, buckwheat, sugar, live cattle, meat or other products will be allowed for export out of Ukraine. Citing the Russian invasion, Ukraine officials issued an emergency order banning exports on a variety of foods and other consumer goods that many other countries rely on for sustenance. Ukraine’s minister of … Continue reading Ukraine issues emergency order banning all exports of wheat, oats, meat and more

Ukraine is considered the “breadbasket of Europe,” and the war has cut off exports of wheat, corn and more

A large percentage of the world’s wheat, corn and other grains is produced in Russia and Ukraine. And sources warn that because exports are now being cut off due to the war, food shortages are soon on the way. Ukraine is widely known as the “breadbasket of Europe” due to its rich, dark and fertile soil. The … Continue reading Ukraine is considered the “breadbasket of Europe,” and the war has cut off exports of wheat, corn and more

Inflation, food shortages and the ongoing energy crisis are all coinciding with escalating war

Many people seem to falsely believe that the Russia-Ukraine conflict will remain isolated to Europe and not affect us in any substantial way here in the United States. This is a grave error, however. America and many other countries, for that matter, are already facing one of the worse energy crises since the 1970s. And it … Continue reading Inflation, food shortages and the ongoing energy crisis are all coinciding with escalating war

JD Rucker: Start prepping for economic collapse – or something worse

“The Midnight Sentinel” host JD Rucker urged his viewers during a recent episode of his show to start prepping for economic collapse – or something worse. Rucker said he’s not the type who would easily fall for catastrophic narratives, noting that he didn’t get all worked up about Y2K at the turn of the millennium or … Continue reading JD Rucker: Start prepping for economic collapse – or something worse