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Time to start a thread on Food me thinks

 

So we have 3 x meat processing plants in the UK closed due to virus

Germany 1 at least

USA - a few

 

Probably more in Europe (a pattern emerging for sure) and its no coincidence ?

 

We have swarms of locusts eating rice crops in India and Pakistan

 

We have fruit n veg being left unpicked in UK and around the world

 

Food prices here already rising since the plandemic started - im seeing 8-10% increases in prices on a lot of things in the last few weeks.

 

What to do when you dont have enough garden or space to grow your own and stock pile? 

 

Vernon Coleman did a brilliant video on this a few days ago. I will post the link.

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29 minutes ago, oz93666 said:

Where did you find this guy Alnitak ? ...Never seen him before ...He's very good ,,,very good ... got the whole picture ... Well most of it , perhaps not that the ET's are behind it all 

 

His website has gone ......... http://www.vernoncoleman.com/

test reply - got blocked

 

OK I'll repeat my post here as an edit. Pisses me off when you spend ten minutes writing and get blocked!!!! I'm going to use 'edit' if this works.

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RED FLAG - World not overpopulated, smell of eugenics and agenda here.

 

Otherwise what he says is useful, so my tips:

 

If you can, get a wholesale card. bulk buy.

 

If you have a garden good, you know what to do, but anywhere in your house that has sunshine will grow a plant - be inventive.

 

Sprout seeds - high-nutrition food in days and some can be grown to full size.

 

There was a lot more detail in my original post but i'm annoyed now so only a summary.

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1 hour ago, oz93666 said:

Where did you find this guy Alnitak ? ...Never seen him before ...He's very good ,,,very good ... got the whole picture ... Well most of it , perhaps not that the ET's are behind it all 

 

His website has gone ......... http://www.vernoncoleman.com/

 

Found him on you tube about a month ago. Since then he has done an almost daily video and hits the nail on the head. Although he doesnt actually say the 1% and cabal i am sure he knows it. He is carefully what he says as some of his stuff has been taken off of you tube. He is great and he is getting a big following now. 

 

His website is working i just tried it. 

 

 

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Heres another, more meat plants mentioned in this one. This agenda is ramping up it seems. We knew it was on the cards but didnt expect it to hit us so soon, looks like this plan is fully in motion. BG wants us to eat his lab grown fake meat and has his fingers all over the food industry including a lot of meat processing plants (not sure about the uk ones). But likely because they are all falling into this new CV meat packers scam!

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Alnitak said:

 

Found him on you tube about a month ago. Since then he has done an almost daily video and hits the nail on the head. Although he doesnt actually say the 1% and cabal i am sure he knows it. He is carefully what he says as some of his stuff has been taken off of you tube. He is great and he is getting a big following now. 

 

His website is working i just tried it. 

 

 

I kinda remember his name, he used to be on the radio bitd years ago.. LBC when it was just in London ?

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Hydroponics or soil for indoor vegetable growing  inside a tent in the house. This only works  if you have the room of course.

 A 4ft x4ft tent will grow a good sized amount of food for one ot two people. Remember some veg is better than none. This will be dependent on them not turning the electricity off for more than 2 nights though.Pak choi, raddish and beans grows very qick from seed.

If indoor growing is not an option then theres always gorrila growing in the wild. Find a good spot and put some seeds down close to home.

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Stinging nettles are a great source of vitamins. These have a very similar taste to spinach and are just as healthy...can also be used as a fertilizer for veg if soaked in water for 2 weeks.

The entire dandelion plant can be eaten and that includes the roots (also very healthy). Mushrooms are the king pick but that requires some skill (very easy to grow indoors though from spawn).

Berries in August are everywhere. Chestnuts in the winter. Some forest areas even have wild garlic in spring.

 

 

If all else fails then remember this....

 

You do not have to eat 3 times a day to survive. That is BULLSHIT!

They tell you that so that when they pull a famine out the bag like this the fear sets in and kills you way before the starvation does.

You can survive eating 3 times a week!

Drink homemade herbal teas daily and the minerals inside them will nourish you (not the shit you buy in the supermarket). Buy the herbs and make your own because the herbs store for years.

 

Check out Patrick Delves on You Tube (He eats twice a week and has done for decades). He is as fit as a fiddle as well.

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10 minutes ago, Alnitak said:

 

 

11 minutes ago, Alnitak said:

 

Found him on you tube about a month ago. Since then he has done an almost daily video and hits the nail on the head. Although he doesnt actually say the 1% and cabal i am sure he knows it. He is carefully what he says as some of his stuff has been taken off of you tube. He is great and he is getting a big following now. 

 

His website is working i just tried it. 

 

 

 

 Dr vernon coleman became a very popular newspaper columnist in the uk   "news of the world "  from memory who spoke his own mind on many controversial news issues of the time  .Basically He stood by the truth as he understood it to be & refused to be told  by those in power what he should be thinking & saying....so they terminated his platform 

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Finally got to his site ... He has an amazing reputation .. from decades of research exposing tranquilizers , vaccines etc ... for him to come to the same understandings as truthers is a great win for our side ..

 

"Britain's leading health care campaigner" (The Sun)

"Dr Vernon Coleman is one of our most enlightened, trenchant and sensible dispensers
of medical advice."
 (The Observer)

"Sharpest mind in medical journalism." (Daily Star)

"His message is important." (The Economist)

"King of the media docs." (The Independent)

"Perhaps the best known health writer in the world today" (The Therapist)

"Probably one of the most brilliant men alive." (Irish Times)

"The patient's champion." (Birmingham Post)

"Britain's leading medical author." (The Star)

"An articulate and prolific medical author." (Sunday Times)

 

He needs to get more coverage , many who think David is crazy  might listen to him . Many will know him already ... An interview with Rose ... joint interview with David 

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My avatar is my vegetable produce from my allotment a couple of days ago.

 

Asian food stores in UK are a fantastic source of dried beans pulses and rice (currently)

 

I'm also stocking up on healthy oils and tinned produce.

 

Water is the main issue. As we've seen recently they can induce drought conditions. @Storm in the garden has a good thread going on this too.

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for this thread Alnitak, i need to prepare for this just in case things do go bad. I’ve watched a couple of Vernons videos recently and his Richie Allan one last night. He’s like a cool wise old man with his presentation that will resonate with many people, deffo be awesome to hear him on London real 

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3 hours ago, Alnitak said:

 This agenda is ramping up it seems. We knew it was on the cards but didnt expect it to hit us so soon, looks like this plan is fully in motion. 

 

It makes me think it's like a flag to those in the know. Ie " prepare " we've moved to the next stage and you have a 3 year window before no meat...worldwide droughts etc.  It's like they do it small-scale but enough to be noticed then pull back so the masses stop worrying about it and preparing but it's enough of a signal to the other elites .

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Great Videos :classic_smile:

Only recently Amazing Polly had a video about all the meat processing plants being closed down in the US through the Coronavirus scam, and how the owners were moving into the whole "lab meat" area.

I thought I was bad when I discovered that blackbirds were eating my redcurrants and something called a gooseberry sandfly was eating all the gooseberry leaves, coupled with slugs feasting on my cabbages.....but a swarm of locusts certainly puts things in perspective, doesn't it?

As I've said previously on this forum.....stock up folks, now's the time while the restrictions have been eased and most asleep people think all is well with the world.:classic_wink:

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5 hours ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

RED FLAG - World not overpopulated, smell of eugenics and agenda here.

 

 

The world IS overpopulated and here's why.  And none of this bullshit about how you can fit the entire world's population inside the state of Texas, that's just stupid.  Right now, we are putting the absolute limits on our Earth's ability to supply us with the resources we demand without causing significant damage to our planet.  It's not the number of people that is the problem, it's how we demand to live.  Everyone today wants everything.  They don't just want it, they demand it. They want the big house, a driveway full of nice cars, their rooms filled with nice furnishings, all the latest appliances and electronics.  They want a new wardrobe every year, and a new phone, and new shoes and a new watch. They want money and they want more money and more money, and they want to walk into any store any time they want to buy whatever they want.  This is the world we have created for 2 billion people, and the corporations and politicians want to expand this to include 2 billion more people over the next 20 years.

 

You can say that's not a problem, we can just change how we live, but that's not reality.  It IS a problem, because we are NOT going to change.  This is the world that we willingly built for ourselves and we are not going to change it even if it costs each person just a penny.  That's just the way we are and we need to face this fact.  If you look at the other species on the planet, they seem to be able to live in balance with each other and with nature, never taking more than they need, and never populating more than that what keeps the balance.  We're not like that.  We are the only species on Earth that cannot live in harmony with anything, not even with ourselves. We'll keep multiplying and expanding and consuming until there's nothing left except trying to find someone else to blame for what happened.

 

Our population is not a numbers problem, it's a consumption problem, and the vast majority of people alive today would consume even more than they already do if only they had more money.  It happens so slowly that we have no notice of it, but if you look at the Earth from the very edge of space, it looks exactly like a petri dish that has a bacteria slowly eating its way in every direction, and that is us doing that.  It doesn't mean we need depopulation or Marxism or anything like that, it means we need to wake up and realize what we are doing.

 

 

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I want to say that over the last 3 months I have watched more and more food disappearing from store shelves and not being restocked.  I have actually had to adjust to this because many of the items that I buy every week are not there now.  The store manager says it's just "disruptions in the supply chain".  Given the physical/social uprising taking place and the now obvious subversive effort by a hidden hand that was carefully planning and building until right at this time to implement Marxism and Technocracy over all of us, I have been contemplating taking steps for long term survival and defence.  Survivalist food is expensive, but might be prudent at this time.  It's easy to say "grow a garden", but when people get hungry they're going to walk onto your property and take what they want.  I have weapons and ammo, but not a defensive plan.  I have the ability to purchase body armour, and I am even thinking of getting that.

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@motleyhoo I agree with what you're saying about consumerism, but in reality the 'consumers' aren't the ones who are expanding are they?

The majority of the consumer driven west are remaining fairly static in population terms or in some cases actually declining, and it appears to be the poorer regions of the world where the populations have been rapidly expanding.

That being said the people in the 'consumer' countries have no idea whatsoever of the value of food, and I would suggest that virtually nobody in these countries have ever experienced hunger in their lives. This will most likely change going forward though and peoples perception of what's really important will alter.

 

42 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

Survivalist food is expensive, but might be prudent at this time.

 

I wouldn't concern myself with "survivalist food" which is an overpriced niche market IMO.

A bag of rice will last 20 years - just add water. There are loads of long life foods just sitting there on supermarket shelves (although maybe for not too long!) the majority of which are 'dirt' cheap. I just came back from the supermarket earlier today....1.5kg rolled oats 99c, Tin of pink salmon 1.39, 500g pasta 47c, Tin mackerel 53c, Tin mixed beans 65c etc...

All good long life stuff for a pittance.....get it while you can:classic_smile:

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5 hours ago, Brad the lad said:

Stinging nettles are a great source of vitamins. These have a very similar taste to spinach and are just as healthy

 

I actually made nettle soup last weekend just to give it a try. 

2 medium potatoes, one onion and one stock cube plus a colander of nettles (recipe on ewe-tube) feeds two people.

Have it with a slice or two of bread and I guarantee you won't be hungry again for a long while!

 

5 hours ago, Brad the lad said:

.can also be used as a fertilizer for veg if soaked in water for 2 weeks.

 

Or if you're lazy like me just cut it and lay it around the veg and let nature do the work for you:classic_smile:

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I used to have a good sized garden till I got divorced - now I just have a small back yard with a mini greenhouse (a plastic affair) and a small growing trough in. I used to have an allotment too, but with full time work and arthritis that was triggered by a car crash, I could no longer manage, and had to give it up - I like fruit better than veg, and had a really good selection on the go that some lucky person inherited.

 

 I've had a few carrots and herbs & tomatoes from my back yard, but everything else is blighted with a blackness that I think is some kind of fungus. I'm not quite sure what's causing it. Maybe you green fingered folk could advise?  

 

My dream is to just get somewhere with a big garden so that I can grow everything again and have a few chickens. I'd love a couple of Ethiopian dwarf goats, because they don;t need much space, but give a massive yield of milk as well as being cute critters . I make my own yogurt, and could fancy making cheeses. (This is one of those, 'when I win the lottery' dreams though, as I can't afford to retire). And a bee hive - I really want a bee hive! :classic_unsure:

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When you're ready to rinse your milk bottles out to recycle, just fill up with with water & tip that on the earth around your plants as it's a good, mild fertiliser.

 

i just bought a book about wormeries because I've not got room for a compost bin. Does anyone have experience with those? If I had room, I'd try a hot bin, as they sound like the bees knees.

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I think any food shortages will effect Africa and places in Asia the most. However, these food shortages would be used as a form of control within first world nations. Which is probably the goal at the end of the day.

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