As planned in order to push forward the New World Order agenda, global commerce is being hammered. For six days, Egypt’s Suez Canal was blocked by…
The mainstream media is now fear-mongering once again over supply shortages. Make no mistake, this could be a reality considering the state of trade on the planet right now, however, if you learned anything from last March’s disaster, it should be that you keep a few extra rolls of toilet paper stashed away, just in case.
This is why we prepare.
Last spring, when there was no toilet paper to be found, preppers were vindicated as we could wipe our rears comfortably while others called the cops because they ran out.
As reported by Yahoo News, major problems with international shipping are likely to make toilet paper and some other items scarce and could bring a return of hoarding. Notice how those who were prepared and didn’t suffer during the government-induced shortages are “hoarders?”
As planned in order to push forward the New World Order agenda, global commerce is being hammered. For six days, Egypt’s Suez Canal was blocked by a giant cargo vessel that got stuck and held up hundreds of other ships on a route that handles about 12% of world trade. The Ever Given — about as long as the Empire State Building is tall — was finally freed Monday, but analysts say it could take more than a week to clear the backup.
We’ve been mentioning that you should prepare for a slew of shortages, not just food, but other supplies in the coming weeks and months. This sure feels like a coordinated effort to cause fear and panic so the public will demand the chains of their own oppression from the rulers.
Meanwhile, a shortage of shipping containers also is causing problems in the cargo transport industry, according to Yahoo News. Many of the factories that build the giant metal boxes are in China — and a number of them shut down in the early days of the government-induced COVID crisis, cutting supplies short.
Adding fuel to the fire, grocery prices were already rising faster than inflation. A quick trip to your local grocery store will prove to you that this is true. Your area may be experiencing different price increases and shortages in food supply than others. For example, I personally have noticed the price of meat has doubled, although there doesn’t appear to be a shortage at my local store.
Coping with reality is the best way to beat it. Prepare. Most of us are. We are just waiting for the S to HTF, so to speak. Once it does, and it will again, we will be comfortable and unafraid while others won’t be able to function without submitting to their own enslavement in exchange for a can of corn.