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posted ago by TheTurbot ago by TheTurbot +74 / -1

It seems that all these plant fires are large or involved in commercial growing. The most recent in from Saturday was a soybean manufacturer that makes feed for chickens if I’m understanding correctly.

It’s deft odd but I’m leaning towards the belief that the bad guys are destroying evidence of some type.

I think they’re scared we will find out what they’re putting in our food/ or what they’re putting in commercial meat feed/chicken feed/, etc etc.

These aren’t small processing plants from my understanding.

Just a thought? There’s def fuckery afoot.

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OregonHonkFrog 5 points ago +6 / -1

Theory:

The fires are a white hat operation to take out all of the big processing plants where they are putting the poisons in our highly processed, simulated "food." This is a top-down war on the food-industrial complex.

When all the big food giants have been disabled, there will be a massive revival of local farming, farmers' markets, and organic, healthy food. Actually, it's already starting.

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wazzooasiteverwas 4 points ago +4 / -0

The problem with local farmers markets is the cost. Everything is easily 3x the price at the super market.

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escapefromearth 9 points ago +9 / -0

Quality food should be a priority, otherwise you pay out your ass later at the doctor

Gardening is also an option and a great way to lessen the financial blow of food costs

I prioritize my food budget, so regardless of how expensive healthy food it, I still buy it, even if it means I don't buy other things. My extended family members however have brand new everything, spend money on furniture, electronics, unnecessary purchases, and going out, then bitch about how they can't afford healthy food as an excuse for why they eat like shit.

Meanwhile my husband and I both drive around in used and paid off cars, and spend what would have been 2 car notes on healthy food instead. Priorities.

Also, my mother, and I love this example, will spend money every damn morning on overpriced starbucks coffee, while simultaneously complaining about not being able to afford healthy food options at the grocery store.

And one more example, my BIL who was our CPA for a while, looked at our grocery bills and freaked out by how much we spent at the grocery store in one year and said that's way above average and unaffordable. We then asked him to add up how much he spent at the grocery store, plus restaurants, plus boos at the bar, plus snacks at gas stations, plus fast food, and any other "consumables" he'd purchased and guess what..... when you compare his consumables (for one man) in one year with our consumables (for a family of 4) in one year, he was spending more than we were. It's all about priorities. We don't eat out, ever, at all. We always cook from scratch. We don't blow money on shit from starbucks, gas stations, fast food, alcohol, none of that. And that's how we can afford to eat healthy. It's more affordable than people realize, people just don't want to give up their expensive bad habits to pay for it.

And please know I'm not talking about people in poverty, I'm talking about your average middle class american. The vast majority of which will blow their money on shit they don't need while complaining about healthy food being "unaffordable".

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

Food should be expensive. It's labor intensive. Our warped view of what food should cost is based on decades of the availability of nutritionally void and fake food.

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Lonegunman65 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s not necessarily true. The farmers markets where I live are for the most part cheaper that the grocery stores. As an example, heirloom tomatoes at the farmers markets are $4 a pound but $6 at the grocery stores.

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wazzooasiteverwas 1 point ago +1 / -0

I generally get frozen vegetables because it fits well with the way I cook. Fresh green beans at the farmers market worked out to be $8 a pound for mediocre at best beans. The frozen ones were better and about a quarter of the price.

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Lapstrake 5 points ago +5 / -0

I’m leaning towards the belief that the bad guys are destroying evidence of some type

That is a good theory but I think they are just trying to ruin the economy and our quality of life in general.

  1. Open the border up to millions of law-breaking illegals to swarm in
  2. Give them gifts.
  3. Lockdowns to kill off all small business
  4. Leave big box retailers immune to lockdowns because controlled by elites
  5. Let violent felons out of prison 'because covid' somehow
  6. Announce that shoplifting will not longer be prosecuted
  7. Allow the homeless to live anywhere they want and poop in the streets
  8. Announce that if cops arrest a criminal, their bail will be zero and they will be released the same day.
  9. Take $475 from every taxpayer and give it to Ukraine to prolong the war.

It seems like I could go on all day, but it really seems like they are trying to destroy the economy and our lives as quickly as they can.

And I think it is because they want us to beg them to do the Great Reset. To Build Back Better to make their authoritarian government. But they have to make us very unhappy first or we won't go for it.

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Lapstrake 1 point ago +1 / -0

I disagree. The goal of the Great Awakening is literally to wake people up that our leaders are working against us. I.E. normies believe that Biden is screwing up right and left because he is trying to make our lives better but doing a terrible job at it. The Great Awakening is about educating people to understand that these elites are actively trying to ruin our lives.

If there is a plan to rebuild anything it is news to me.

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Lapstrake 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes I see your point.

I too believe that the normies have to wake up and see the Clown World before we can recover.

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EuropeNeedsFixing 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agree, the main objective for the NWO is the destruction of the USA, then the other countries will follow.

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Richone 2 points ago +3 / -1

Wonder if the FBI is looking into these fires. I posted about a week ago that they should, but, haven’t seen any news about them investigating.

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LoneWulf 4 points ago +4 / -0

The FBI probably started the fires.

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LilyBee24 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had a dream last night that the food shortages lasted 7 years. I hope it was just a nightmare.

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Jkshaffe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree. They ate burning evidence. Tyson had a fire and they were one of first to go yuck food.

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CherokeePede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Destruction of food supply.

Eliminati g ehat live animals there are and destroying the remaining feed for the rest

You could say white hat. But will need to know what feed will replace it durring the shortage.

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LilyBee24 2 points ago +2 / -0

I actually got into an argument with my husband over this he said who cares it's garbage that you don't eat anyway. I said yeah but the people who do eat it are gonna come and eat the food that I eat!! He is in denial now.

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CherokeePede 2 points ago +2 / -0

A lot.of people put their head in the sand and basically pretend its not happening as a coping mechanism. It is a tough task getting them to feel like its something they can understand and how important it really is to them.

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LilyBee24 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't get as many funny looks from people now. I told everyone 6 months ago to stock up on food because shortages are coming, they all thought I was nuts and now they look at me like maybe I am not nuts. Lol. Although my hubby has stocked up tremendously, he doesn't realize how many of his family members are going to be knocking on his door asking for help. Which makes me feel like we just don't have enough.

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Duckhunter1960 2 points ago +3 / -1

Similar to the slow burn on the exposure of pedophilia, we are going to have a "food awakening" of some sort. Same as you, I believe these fires somehow play a role in that. IMHO.

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Califunyun 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, consider all the virus's being released to wreck the live stock supply

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LoneWulf 5 points ago +5 / -0

You don't need to release viruses to wreck the livestock. You need only to say there's a virus and then start the mass slaughter.

Who's going to call out the lie? Hint: It won't be the MSM.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of the latest was a Perdue chicken facility in Chesapeake, VA. Not long before was a good distributor of bulk foods, Azure Standard.

They are trying to starve the population to reduce the numbers, since the shots haven't killed as many as they wanted yet.

Buy all the supplies you can get. If your credit card interest isn't super high, the inflation savings will pay for the interest.

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GoingCamaro 1 point ago +1 / -0

So far my theory that Trump country won't feel the brunt of these shortages seems to be holding, at least in my area. People in blue strongholds are noticing less and less availability of supplies yet in deep red territory shelves are still mostly full.