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10 hours ago, Bee said:

My husband works for one of the largest supermarket chains in the country. He and his colleagues have certainly noticed the difference. Where lorries were previously coming in full of pallets, they are now often turning up with only 4 and night shift who unpack are left twiddling their thumbs. The majority of people are being far too short sighted and blasé about the supply chain and food production. Their choice I guess.

People went on diet because they heard in BBC fats are most vulnerable group... They ate last doughnut...

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On 6/30/2021 at 9:13 AM, Truthspoon said:

 

I'd rather eat toilet rolls than corned beef.  

 

 

You may be shit outta luck judging by the rush for bog rolls last year. But there are some people I would willingly feed toilet roll to. 💩

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On 7/5/2021 at 12:09 PM, no kidding said:

The supermarkets are short on stock and that's a fact. Plus the prices of many food items are rising. A mate of mine who is a lorry driver tells me that many of the Eastern European drivers have not returned to the UK for various reasons. Anyone who drives the motorways regularly will know that instead of every third lorry being registered in Eastern Europe, there are very few now. Maybe they are making more money delivering Covid-related materials in their own countries. 

 

Definitely lower stock in stores in Canada. Ive noticed it the last two trips to the stores.

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One of my local shops Heron Foods just closed the other day. Sad to see it go. Nice people. Talked to the owner who told me the jewish landlord is refusing to extend the lease, Happening to a lot of businesses, town centre is deserted.

 

Most shops in british town centres are zionist owned, even though the sign above the shopfront may say Boots the chemist,  Heron Foods, it is owned by jews and they are on a drive to destroy local business. But it's not just the shop that's gone it's all the jobs, and supporting jobs around it. Makes me sad. These bastards can't sleep at night if there is one happy person on the planet.

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On 7/8/2021 at 4:32 AM, jack121 said:

Do you know where the warehouses are in which they will be hoarding all t

 

Where to break in to.

They will have all the good stuff in warehouses, but where are these warehouses?

Just as in ww1 and ww2 there was food, but the government sneaked it all into warehouses and let it rot to starve the people and increases the culling success. The food is going to be stashed away but where. Most warehouses in my area tend to be on the outskirts.

There used to be a stockpile warehouse about 4 miles from me  I only know because my dad had to occasionally do work there and saw it all.

Apparently they were all shut down by the 90s?

I imagine they weren't replaced elsewhere as they dgaf and would happily see us starve now.

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Yes. They are also increasing taxes, shipping costs of everything is going up, fertilizer chemicals, farms are being told they are infected with the fictional disease of covid and have to close down. Every dirty trick in the book.

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13 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

"There is plenty of fresh food growing at the moment all over Europe, we have no shortages."

 

"This is purposely going to be bought in bulk and destroyed to create an apparent food shortage."

 

Thoughts?

 

It wouldn't surprise me in the least. Plenty of fresh food and produce on the European mainland.

 

Over the last few decades, EU 'subsidies' were granted to UK farmers, to essentially 'stall' our own production, farmers and landowners being basically paid to keep their farms 'idle', which encouraged an increase and reliance on imports from other EU countries.

 

Now following Brexit, we have 'delays and checks' at the border, slowing the import of such produce into the UK, with all the 'warnings' about 'fresh produce going bad before it can reach our shelves'.

 

I believe this is already happening. And being done deliberately, because our own Government failed to have any foresight, and failed to replace these 'EU subsidies' by encouraging our own farmers to start getting productive again, instead 'rewarding' them by paying them to follow 'green policies'.

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I have noticed that Tesco's have many veg. items unavailable, and piddly little green beans were limited to one pack per order, with no other fresh options. That was this week.

Meanwhile my own crops are failing due to the miserable summer and lack of light, and over enthusiasm of slugs.

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You can blame the harrp weather manipulation system for that, the government did the same thing last year causing my crops to fail as well as a lot of other peoples, the weather always seems to go crazy at keys times in the year.

I look out of the window as i am typing this at the flashes of lightning and the deluge of downpours, had to put a blanket on to get to sleep last night because it was cold, all this in the middle of summer.

No wonder the sheep believe in global warming, just as B.J. announces giving another 11 billion to his friends to tackle the fictional problem of carbon emmisions, Man these people are just raking it in.

Look forward to your next increase in council tax.

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On 7/13/2021 at 1:00 AM, CrowintheSnow said:

I have noticed that Tesco's have many veg. items unavailable, and piddly little green beans were limited to one pack per order, with no other fresh options. That was this week.

Meanwhile my own crops are failing due to the miserable summer and lack of light, and over enthusiasm of slugs.

It's been a bad year for slugs and snail attacks, I thought the cold winter would have reduced their numbers, but it doesn't seem to have.

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8 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

It's been a bad year for slugs and snail attacks, I thought the cold winter would have reduced their numbers, but it doesn't seem to have.

yea know what you mean, the little bastards wiped out a lot of my seedlings early on. least my potatoes and tomatoes are doing well and i have plenty of kale growing.

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i see the bbc news was banging on about sustainable farming, de intensifying farming. 

 

also mentioned rewilding and how food production was wrecking the environment. 

 

all leading to the proles only getting 3 mealworm bars of food a day if they're lucky imho.

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53 minutes ago, eddy64 said:

i see the bbc news was banging on about sustainable farming, de intensifying farming. 

 

also mentioned rewilding and how food production was wrecking the environment. 

 

all leading to the proles only getting 3 mealworm bars of food a day if they're lucky imho.

Yes i listened to that to at work. Lab grown meat nah they can fuck off.

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Just to continue my trend of thought, So the food is going to come in from the docks, then be sent to warehouses for destruction. Perhaps i could follow large trucks from the docks to see where they go then put up the results on the internet.

What about home grown produce, picked up from the farms then sent to warehouses? perhaps i could watch the farms at harvest time and see what the government does.

Be nice to have a network of friends, people who work on the docks or on farms and could monitor the situation.

Better doing something now rather than in the future which will be munching on mealworm sandwiches, rat burgers and rodent pies.

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14 hours ago, Puddleglum said:

Red top headlines in the UK today seem to be aimed at creating a panic buying rush.

Doing their SAGE sponsored mind tricks again..yesterday they were saying 'don't panic there's plenty' and today...

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Yep, plenty of that, main stream media is full of it today.

Apparently it is being blamed on the pingdemic, thousands are being forced to isolate because of the hypersensitive nhs app bleeping every two minutes.

There are calls to exempt workers, but this has been rejected by B.J. sellout sajid and dr chris shitty unanimously.

They foreshadowded: apologise to everybody in business up and down the land and in all kinds of services, public sector or otherwise, who are experiencing a minor inconvenience, because the country is going to shift to a system based on contact testing, rather than contact isolation.

Hmm, does that mean daily virus tests, and how long before it spreads to other sectors.

BP said shortages of unleaded petrol and diesel had seen UK sites close after a distribution centre was closed due to lockdowned staff shortages last week.

And after all these measures, Britain reported more new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday than any other country in the world. This ficitonal virus certainly keeps itself busy. With 45,000 cases every day this has put pressure on B.J. and his decision to drop so many restrictions. Freedom day is exactly that, it lasts one day.

 

Starmer calls for by september all under 18's to be double jabbed and have to show proof before being allowed to enter clubs and outdoor gatherings.

But what happens when people die in their millions from the vaxx this winter, and the new strain of covid it will all be blamed on. The old vaccines will be worthless. How many booster shots will we need then.

 

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