The Approaching Food Crisis

Remember in early 2020, when the pandemic caused panic buying at grocery stores and shelves were stripped bare? That could happen again, and it could happen to a more severe extent.

Factors to consider:
1. The war in Ukraine could escalate and widen.
2. Disruptions in international shipping affect most businesses and most supply chains.
3. The U.S. is already facing disruptions in businesses, lack of workers in some areas, massive layoffs in other areas, manufacturing and shipping delays, and a microprocessor shortage

4. If the Warning occurs, many people will be afraid and may respond by rushing to the grocery store to buy up food for storage. — Instead, be prepared in advance; buy and store at least 3 months, and preferably 6 months worth of non-perishable foods by the end of March 2023. And if the Warning occurs in 2023, it means that after the three blessings (Warning, Consolation, Miracle), the sufferings of the world will increase.

5. Nuclear proliferation is worsening, with Iran close to getting working nuclear bombs, possibly with the help of Russia.
6. Islamic extremism is still a major problem in the world. Consider that 9/11 would have been far worse if the attackers had even a rudimentary low-yield nuclear bomb.

7. The world is becoming ever more sinful, and so we should expect that an increase in grave sins leads to an increase in sufferings in the world.

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4 Responses to The Approaching Food Crisis

  1. Sunimal Fernando says:

    I also agree with you. I AM from Sri Lanka.
    Poor people are suffering . Power cuts, limited petrol per week, high inflation, medicene shortage.

  2. Ben says:

    Chinese “balloon” over USA
    (Ron, where to comment if there is such an extraordinary event?)

    What we see is not a mere incident of a balloon steered away from its course because it lost control. It looks like operational, it doesn’t lose altitude, it has solar panels.

    For whatever real reason, the US military doesn’t wont, can’t, or is afraid to shoot it down. As I read on internet, it seems it is a pretty hard task to shoot down a stratospheric balloon that has no internal pressure (i.e. a missile would fly through it without doing anything, so would bullets, as previous incident showed).

    Could such balloon carry an EMP device? If it weights 1 ton as estimated online, theoretically it could. From that altitude an EMP will affect several states. The damaged transformers on the ground will make a cascade effect on the grid collapsing it (if 9 or more transformers shut down).

    Will the Chinese actually do it? We don’t know their intentions. But if their intentions were as benevolent as they say, wouldn’t they inform USA in advance of the balloon that allegedly lost control? Instead, they kept ambiguous position long after the balloon was filmed and made into the headlines.

    Is it possible it is more than just a stratospheric balloon? We don’t know. At this point everything is possible.

    • Ron Conte says:

      I think it was just a meteorological or scientific balloon, not a spy device. A balloon that floats in any direction, and is clearly visible from the ground is not suitable for spying. China has satellites for viewing any location on earth, they do not need to send balloons.

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