More on The Coming Supply Shortages
by Shari Dovale
We reported earlier this summer on the Coming Food and Supply Shortages. Our intention was to follow that article up with ongoing specifics for you to prepare yourselves.
Noting that the Main Stream Media is now talking heavily about the coming supply disruptions, let’s take a look at what the government wants you to know over the coming months.
Beginning with what the U.S. Department of Agriculture has posted on their website, we reported in July that they want people to believe that all is fine and dandy.
There are currently no nationwide shortages of food, although in some cases the inventory of certain foods at your grocery store might be temporarily low before stores can restock.
What is interesting is that they have not updated this website to reflect what they are now talking about all over the news.
The narrative and talking points are also beginning to change. CNN recently referred to the pre-Covid era as the “Before Times.” This suggests that the world must now look to the current situation as the “New Normal.”
CNN is known for creating fear and hysteria, and this article suggests the same type of reporting. Spreading dystopian rhetoric is what they accuse the “far-right” of perpetuating. However, is it possible that they have finally read George Orwell and now see the truth for what it is? Only time will tell.
Anyone that is prepared for the coming times need not fear. There are many ways to get through these rough times, and the government need not be on that list of rescuers.
Let’s consider more supply chain disruptions and shortages that the world will face.
There is currently a major labor shortage. This was deliberate in it’s creation, as the government continued to pay people to stay home and develop their fear of the Chinese Flu. This shortage will continue to grow as the government threatens business over their increasing regulations and mandates over this plandemic.
The labor shortage includes truck drivers across the globe. Without the means to move product, items will never reach the consumers.
The lack of employment will affect housing for families and you will see the government come in to offer their solutions. Watch the focus on the rural areas, as the government will find it necessary to consolidate the people into cities. This will also fall in line with the Agenda 2030 plan by reducing the footprint of people on the land.
Energy will be the next shortage for which to plan. This will include fuel for vehicles being priced out of range for the average person, as well as fuel to heat their homes and with which to cook.
The food shortages are already being felt, as well as all other consumer goods. This will also trickle down to impact the schools, as the students will not receive their lunches. Expect this to force everyone back to remote online learning. Consider Homeschooling.
The fact is, if you do not produce it yourselves, or have a local outlet to find what you need, you might not be able to get anything in the coming months.
Plant a garden. Connect with local farmers and ranchers. Learn to trade or barter for what you need.
You have skills. Identify what these skills are and find folks that need you. Do you know plumbing? Do you know how to butcher meat? Do you sew? These are all skills that will be valuable when products become hard to find.
Plan ahead for the holidays. You know that things are getting scarce. Do you have a plan for your holiday meal? Have you shopped early, while you can, to get those meaningful items for your loved ones? Focus on what is truly important to you and your family and get it done now, while the means are still available to you.
Connect with the Faithful. Start a home church. The fellowship will be as important as everything else, if not more so, in the coming times.
Stay Tuned. This story will not be over soon. Keep vigilant and prayerful.
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