Another Globalist "Simulation" Comes True

11/08/2021154 Comments

You know how Event 201 was just the most high-profile in a string of "simulations" and "scenarios" (including Clade X, Crimson Contagion, Lock Step and SPARS) that just happened to predictively program the fear of a global coronavirus pandemic into the minds of the global political and managerial class?

And you know how those "exercises" (like the multiple war games that just happened to coincide with the catastrophic, catalyzing events of 9/11) not only anticipated our current predicament, but, more importantly, laid the groundwork for the current global governmental response to the scamdemic—the creation of vaccine passports, the erection of the biosecurity grid, the crackdown on the "infodemic" of online "disinformation," etc.?

Now, what if I were to tell you that there have been a number of simulations that have taken place in recent years that have similarly spelled out the globalists' game plan for the post-scamdemic world in black-and-white?

Well, brace yourself. The global planners have been crafting simulations, war games and exercises to simulate our responses to the crises they are intending to create in the coming decade. And, as serious as all of the above-named simulations were, these ones foretell an even darker vision for humanity in the years to come. . . .

Have you heard about the insider/supergopher "simulation" that foresaw the food crisis that we're plunging into . . . and the global carbon tax that helped to "solve" the problem? Read all about it in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. Also, Corbett Report members can log in here for discounts on my upcoming course at Renegade University and a coupon code for 25% off Corbett Report DVDs at the new New World Next Week shop.

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  1. vadoum says:

    Good topic thanks,
    but I finished with a nagging question?

    you wrote:
    “there have been a number of simulations that have taken place in recent years that have similarly spelled out the globalists’ game plan,,,

    ,,,these ones foretell of an even darker vision for humanity in the years to come. . . .”

    which ones?

    you discuss the “”Food Chain Reaction” crisis simulation”
    so what are the other “simulations” other than FCR & 201?

    • openlens says:

      Make you own, show us.
      I don’t care about “their” “plans”, whoever they think they are, which basically is the bottom line joke.

      Dang. I’m sure James Corbett has thousands of intelligent subscribers. Wish I could hear from more of them here.

      I’ve been doing an upper level course online for a year now, and this presenter is so convinced, that his sites are basically dead of interaction.

      No one can bring anything up whatsoever that he doesn’t immediately come blasting on with the one and only true and informed answer. He’ll spend up to 20 minutes per 90 min session telling how he really doesn’t have time to answer questions that would have took one third the time to answer.

      It’s simply amazing to watch people’s desperately childish tactics to remain in control.
      and so so so so boring

      • vadoum says:

        yes but,
        I dont see how your comment relates to my straight forward question? perhaps it wasnt intended to, or are you a bot? your syntax isnt the most rigorous concoction Ive glanced at recently, but thats not to say that you had no valid point. I just cant follow what you intend to say.

        James wrote ” The global planners have been crafting simulations, war games and exercises to simulate our responses to the crises they are intending to create in the coming decade”

        Im wondering why he used the plural when he then only listed one “simulation?”

  2. Fact Checker says:

    Yes, the “solutions” to “food shortages” are taxes on foodstuffs. Clearly, this is so nonsensical, that they need these tabletop run-throughs to brainstorm how language can be tortured to rationalize such wanton punitive and disastrous oppression.

    They’ve pretty much dispensed, at this point, with the “REACTION” and “SOLUTION” steps of the dialectic of statecraft. At this point, the pattern is just PROBLEM > BIGGER PROBLEM > BIGGER PROBLEM STILL > EXTERMINATION OF THE DUMB MASSES.

    • openlens says:

      Know that they work backwards from their desires. HOW can we take more money? well, the fools pay us taxes, let’s just take more. Sure, that’ll work, always has.
      What happens if they ever realize they don’t need us?
      Never happen. They’re invested in our psychological game. We can depend on the gang mentality that makes us so much mula in wars. It’s a guy thing.

      (Obama winks and nods from the corner.)

  3. LastHumanist says:

    The ice age farmer has been rather alarmist recently about stories like the alleged shutdown of Augason Farms. TLAV asked Augason Farms whether they had shut down operations and heard from them that this was indeed not the case.

    If a true breakdown of this supply chain were to happen, which is not impossible, then that would likely result in hunger revolts and the end of the political system.

    Having enough pasta in storage and a chicken in the garden would not be enough in a scenario like that.

    Also, what’s a “globalist”, anyway? The opposite of a “localist”?

    • Duck says:

      “..Also, what’s a “globalist”, anyway? The opposite of a “localist”?..”

      A person who has no loyalty to any local area/group… not to a state or an area to a people who live there.

      Mostly it means wealthy people who are become an aristocratic class who (unlike Aristocrats in the past) do NOT derive their wealth, power and status from any geographic based area/people/state. Chris LAsch would i think classify the class of people who make money from an open, international world and feel zero national loyalty as globalists but most of us normal people just think of the super rich international class types.

      “..If a true breakdown of this supply chain were to happen, which is not impossible, then that would likely result in hunger revolts and the end of the political system…”

      That would be nice but remember the Bolsheviks managed to starve millions to death deliberately in the Holodomor- thats why the Ukrainians were (initially…) very happy to collaborate with the nazi invaders of WW2.

      The Chinese managed to starve millions to death too…. and as I recall the Khmer Rouge were kicked out of power by external forces even though they were murdering people in huge numbers

      “…Having enough pasta in storage and a chicken in the garden would not be enough in a scenario like that…”

      Probably not, but it sure beats getting so hungry you will be begging the Gov for food right away…. every days worth of food you have is 2 or 3 days before your actually starving.
      Also Chickens are pretty cool- better then TV 😉

      • LastHumanist says:

        The past aristocracy was also defined by class concepts and “divine right to rule” rather than local loyalties.

        The territories were exchanged depending on dynastic succession and arbitrary lines were drawn on maps.

        The principle is the same today but the scale is global. However, the money power that exists today was actually enabling greater social mobility than before. The Rockefellers and Rothschilds were ordinary citizens and created petro-chemical and financial monopolies on the back of a general emancipation of the urban citizenship that succeeded the feudal rigidity and hereditary power of previous nobility. Now the rentier class lives off of the hereditary power of a money aristocracy with superior de facto, rather than de jure, status. The monetary system is currently dying and leading to the new scramble for assets and control.

        The term “globalist” is not very precise and does not really get to the heart of the problem.

        Everything is better than TV these days, btw.

        • Duck says:

          “…The past aristocracy was also defined by class concepts and “divine right to rule” rather than local loyalties…”

          Not exactly correct- your average warlord in the dark ages provided a ‘protection racket’ (or in a very real sense a protection service…) and power was generally VERY VERY local depending on where in Europe your talking about. These local Oligarchs depended on their people like a farmer depends on his cows and horses….

          Your right that the Money Power and the Info Power and the Transnational corperate power allow greater social mobility. But those powers are DETACHED from any nation or country of political system so I think “globalist’ is a pretty good term… thats why jewish oligarchs- being naturally a multinational group- often do so well in that system.

          Later, after the warlord phase, the idea of Divine Right became a thing- but (again, depending on wher you are in Europe..) it was NEVER as important as WHO HAD THE ARMS.

          Did not Machiavelli say that the Free German Cities kept a years worth of food and trades supplies and only obeyed their princes when they felt like it?

          “…The monetary system is currently dying and leading to the new scramble for assets and control…”

          NOT JUST the money system- the western world itself is dying- no culture will survive when it rejects its religion, its own world view, and the peoples who built it.

          There is no coming back for most of the west- Western Europe, most of the US, probably Australia… they are run their course.

          Look at South Africa or India for what they will become

          • LastHumanist says:

            “average warlord in the dark ages”

            The feudal system in Germany officially lasted until 1918.
            There are numerous changes throughout.

            Free cities were still part of the realm and subjects of the emperor. They waged wars against lesser nobles and achieved relative independence in the absence of a strong central power which the emperor did not possess. When that changed, they were swallowed up quickly and the Prussian military state reformed them all in its image. Obedience to the state became “German virtue” and the centuries of small and diverse territories were quickly dismissed.

            • Duck says:

              “..The feudal system in Germany officially lasted until 1918.
              There are numerous changes throughout…”

              My understanding is that many of the industries and factories are still owned by the aristocratic families over there? Von this or Von That…?
              You do see that the reason that the Eastern half of Europe was far more controlled then the Western half was that the Plague killed fewer people in the east?

              A worker was WAY MORE VALUABLE in a depopulated England so so the aristocrats bid against each other for labor… that is why America where skilled labor was the absolute hardest thing to get hold of had the richest (and thus freest) working class.
              The issue is now that the aristocrats DO NOT NEED the worker, he is almost valueless.

              “..Obedience to the state became “German virtue” and the centuries of small and diverse territories were quickly dismissed.,,..”

              Indeed- thanks to the State Education system if I recall it right? And the first use of State Socialism thru benefits to create a malleable citizen that I know of in the modern world?

              I ALSO am led to think that it was a CULTURAL campaign that made Germans so prone to stay in their own lane… what do you think generations of movies and TV have wrought upon the western psyche? A culture of helplessness, death, despair and degeneracy.

              Wasnt Prussia founded by weirdo religious knights who enslaved the local pagans… kinda like Spain did their muslims in the ReConqest? I think that Technocracy and Higher Criticism started there too

        • Duck says:

          BTW this song is actually a pretty good representation of a good relationship between the localized ruling class and their ruled class

          Treat your animals well

    • Arby says:

      I imagine that it’s a person who doesn’t value the independent, sovereign nation State and acts accordingly. In fact, that’s all of our elites because we only have independent nation States partly as a holdover from a time when they actually had independence and partly because it serves to fool people into thinking that they have democracy. (If you have a nation State and elections, then, theoretically, you can vote for someone from among you to represent you, domestically and on the international state. In that way, you have a voice. Except that you don’t. Politicians are gangsters and they take their marching orders from the transnational capitalist (not communist) class. Benjamin Page and Martin Gilens did the scholarly research to make that conclusion official.

      • LastHumanist says:

        Is it better to be killed by a nation state, as opposed to any other kind of state? Is it worth it to die “for the greater good” of a state when it’s run by tyrants from your own town?

        I do not care whoever it is that’s asking me to die. My answer will be no, regardless. Similarly, as long as individual autonomy is guaranteed and human liberty is on the agenda, I don’t care if that is done under Klaus Schwab space emperor of the world state or the Chinese chairman or my local warlord.

        Didn’t the Rockefeller Foundation originally fund Mises?

        • nom de guerre says:

          If you think individual autonomy and human liberty are part of the transhumanist agenda then why are you here?

    • J.P. Wheeler says:

      I have to agree on this. While Christian “The Ice Age Farmer” does dispense some pretty good info from time to time, he can be kind of a fear monger scaring the sh*t out of people. Yes it’s always good to be prepared. Doesn’t mean we have to worry about the entire food supply chain crashing and burning. If governments learned anything from the French Revolution, it’s pure stupidity to starve the masses, there would be hunger riots world wide! The mass of men are easier to control when they’re well fed and entertained.

      “Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt!”

      • Steve Smith says:

        I don’t take this kind of information as an attempt at fear mongering. And I really don’t think that Christian or anybody else I take seriously means it that way.
        I don’t think that they are telling people that they need to fear starvation as much as they are warning people how much freedom they are losing by inaction.
        It is looking like we are going to lose the freedom we’ve grown accustomed to. To eat what we want or when and how much. I remember Aldi limiting people to two cans of beans last year.
        And who could ever forget the great TP dearth?

        Like meat? Probably will be forced to cut back if it is left to the PTSB. Like bugs? You’ll get used to it if it’s left to them.

        I take Christian’s information as a strong warning to prepare. Something that everyone can do to some extent. Something that I’ve been doing for years anyway.
        But most people haven’t. And most people will find themselves at the mercy of their oppressors. To some lesser or greater degree.
        Actually we all will eventually if we don’t win this war. And thats what I think Christian is sincerely trying to do. Call people to arms. He’s urging people to act while they still have the opportunity.
        They might kill or cage people like me. But I will never be at their mercy to feed myself or provide my own water.
        As long as they leave me alone that is.

        • J.P. Wheeler says:

          Ok I won’t use the phrase “fear monger,” alarmist would probably be a better way to describe some of the content he puts out. Like I said, at times he can be a great resource, puts out a lot of great work! And I also mentioned it’s never a bad thing to always be prepared. But I also feel like recently he’s taken this, “sky is falling/world is going to end” tone to his work. You see that a lot in the alt media, and I don’t think it’s constructive or does anybody any good. But if you feel it helps, have at it. Just my two cents.

          • LastHumanist says:

            Quite right.

            Reminds me a bit of how they got Alex Jones and his crowd to welcome martial law through the Q-op.

            All those years of infowars messaging that martial law is very bad came undone when they started desiring it to crack down on “the left”.

            We all need to know better than to trust anything from any media source at face value. Ultimately, omnicide has always been a bluff. There was never a nuclear war. There was no real biowarfare in last year’s dark winter and a global famine is simply not on the horizon right now, either.

            They want the general public to be scared of the “deadly virus” that is nowhere to be seen and they want the better informed part of the public to be scared of the government.

            We should not be scared of anything and try to understand what is really going on. As soon as we give in to fear, we become tools in someone else’s game.

          • openlens says:

            dude, fear is a marketing tool. Can you imagine they are doing it for the money? That might explain alot.

        • openlens says:

          If the land wasn’t owned, no one would ever starve. Simple truth, the last that will be acknowledged. The Genocide of North America is simply continuing right on schedule. Not to worry about any more than the first one. If you’re the right kind of person, You’ll benefit. Genocide is the most beneficial of wars. Frees up all the land. Ask the Inquisitors.

          • Duck says:

            “..If the land wasn’t owned, no one would ever starve..”

            Thats not true… plenty of people starved when they were hunter gatherers, and if no one is responsible for farming then there would be no food

        • cu.h.j says:

          Speaking of bugs. Some people have eaten grasshoppers and crickets for a long time as supplemental protein.

          I don’t think I’d want to eat them unless I had to, but to me they aren’t much worse than shrimp.

          Using grasshoppers or crickets and ones entire protein source doesn’t sound like a good idea.

          • Duck says:

            “..Using grasshoppers or crickets and ones entire protein source doesn’t sound like a good idea…”

            I THINK i read that they have higher levels of hormones and such then meat (which kinda makes sense since they are ‘the whole animal system’ ..?)

      • mkey says:

        J.P. do you then think the controllers do not stand to benefit from massive chaos? The people we see talking trash on TV, who will be on the receiving end of any backlash (that is probably not even forthcoming), are nothing but useful idiots and as such expendable.

        We should not rely on the “they wouldn’t allow it” mantra as they absolutely would allow it, they are in fact making it happen.

        Order out of chaos, remember?

        • J.P. Wheeler says:

          You very well may be right. I could end up eating crow on this. But all out global or even a nationwide famine would be pure stupidity. Especially here in the US, there are too many guns. Good luck starving a nation with more guns than people!

          • LastHumanist says:

            You are on the right track there.
            The government is not run by literal Satan, like some mind-controlled evangelical Christians are led to believe.

            The government is a power structure built on political economy. They will do as much harm as necessary to maintain the status quo. It is ultimately just business with that mafia.

            They did not spray every town with Anthrax, they just planted a bit and rode off on the fear wave to move along the agenda.

            Similarly, they scare us right now with hyperbolic BS about how they will kill us all but, ultimately, they will not do it. They cannot do it.

            They don’t even kill people like Whitney Webb anymore. She can write her Epstein book whereas Danny Casolaro was clearly murdered to not finish his work. People nowadays are too illiterate to notice a book whose content essentially destroys the perceived right to rule of the state. It’s all just ignored.

            Will there be a final crackdown on dissent? Probably. But only when the benefit outweighs the cost. Ultimately, the past decade was an exercise at creating a media reality that is fully detached from objective reality. People are driven insane through carefully laid out rabbit holes that never lead to the truth. Through conflation of induced schizophrenic thought patterns with tidbits of truth about horrendous government actions, the majority becomes unable to separate fact from fiction and recedes into a state of immaturity.

            Just look at how the Qs are doing now:

            And nobody will talk about domestic regime change back in 1963 and operational sexual blackmail networks that persist to this day.
            Now we are just talking about insane people who lost touch with reality and basic logic.

            Beat this propaganda matrix.
            Know what you know and what you don’t know.
            Seek truth and never make claims you cannot back up.

          • Duck says:

            J.P Wheeler
            “.. Good luck starving a nation with more guns than people!..”

            If your grocery bill doubles in a year are you going to shoot someone? What if it then doubles again? Is there a ‘go’ signal to start hanging people? Who? The Walmart clerk? The mayor? Or will you try walking to washington?

            If you hang some local scumbags will the food start coming from two states over or will you just keep on starving to death?

            Guns mean absolutely nothing to people who do not understand where food/water/electrickey comes from and why its suddenly stopped flowing or costs more then they can afford.

            In the hands of people who actually understand what is going on and are united by shared ideas guns are pretty useful- in the hand of an ignorant mass of frightened locals who do not know or trust each other they wont do anything to make food flow again.

            • openlens says:

              yeah, well, remember bows and arrows? kinda got one upped by the firearms, eh?
              Remember guns and bullets? KInda got one upped with lasers and directed energy weapons, eh?

              Keep going, I’m sure there will always be something to help you kill.

              • Duck says:


                “..Keep going, I’m sure there will always be something to help you kill…”

                No one needs any tool to kill, people did it just fine before they had weapons, they still do it bare handed today

                The Europeans supplanted the Indian because they had the will to use their tech, just as Europeans watch their nations being destroyed because they no longer have the will to survive.

                EDIT: but now I think of it the Plains Indian took the horse and used it to genocide the other indians that were on the land ‘mongol’ style, and then lost their power because their FOOD SUPPLY was deliberately decimated

            • cu.h.j says:

              Communities are tighter in rural areas. When I lived in the mid-west for two years, I realized how common farming was out there. There are also a lot of urban farms going on now. I think the US could be okay as far as food goes if people cooperate.

              States can disobey the federal government. Also many people now know who the higher ups are, like some of the people in Silicon Valley. Smart people with guns and training might be able to negotiate more effectively.

              Shooting the check out clerk is a poor strategy. We could have a revival of manufacturing in this country, and local food production. We also have massive amounts of obesity in this country, high calorie processed foods are crap. People literally eat themselves to death, or the crap they consume shortens their life span.

              There are many local solutions to these supply shortages.

              • cu.h.j says:

                With a community garden and someone with a bunch of chickens, or a few people with chickens could easily feed each other. Maybe someone has a few sheep to produce milk, which is more nutritious than cow milk. You do need the food for your animals though, but another farmer could provide you grain for trade in eggs, vegetables and fruit.

              • Duck says:

                “.. I think the US could be okay as far as food goes if people cooperate. …”

                True, SOME parts will be.

                But most people do not live there. Most of the population lives in places where they will actually die if the city tap water stays off for a week… many of those people are only surviving NOW because their food is subsidized. I know middle class people that are starting to freak out about prices NOW… in Wiemar Germany respectable people were turning to prostitution to survive the crazy prices, I hope it never gets that bad in the west.

              • cu.h.j says:


                I’m going to be living right next to a cattle rancher. I plan on having chickens and a garden. My husband is exceptional with plants. The place I’m moving is very small. The people are really welcoming and seem like really honest hard working people. I think we will be okay. I feel bad for people in the cities, but so many people will chose the easy way, like collecting welfare rather than learning skills or working. They have made their choice. But even for them, they can still save themselves.

              • Duck says:

                “..I’m going to be living right next to a cattle rancher. I plan on having chickens and a garden. My husband is exceptional with plants. ..”

                🙂 I’m glad for you

            • J.P. Wheeler says:

              Think you’re jumping to conclusions here. In no way am I implying you walk into Walmart and blow away the check out clerk(by the way screw Walfart!). I’m just saying it’s so much harder to get Americans to fall in line with tyranny, it really is a different culture from the rest of the world. There truly is a rebelliousness to it, especially outside of the cities. As far as guns go, notice how the rest of the western world fell into lockdown tyranny, while stateside the best they could do was TRY and force people to wear masks. A rule in which a lot of people ignored. That is the affect the threat of an armed population has on would be tyrants. Oh and as far as food goes, have you ever heard of hunting or fishing? Growing your own fruits or vegetables? Raising livestock? Remember we aren’t all city dwellers here on the CR.

      • openlens says:

        It’s just another bomb shelter trip. Think about yourself, save yourself, don’t care about your neighbors, it’s all about you and survival!!!!

        I wanted to blow up all the tv’s forty years ago.
        So boring, so stupid. Anything they want to dish out, we’re all supposed to go collectively nuts. Nothing better to do.

      • LastHumanist says:

        The quote is actually a lament on how the Roman people had fallen by surrendering the power they once held and were henceforth only asking for panem et circenses:

        “idem populus, si Nortia Tusco
        favisset, si oppressa foret secura senectus
        principis, hac ipsa Seianum diceret hora
        Augustum, iam pridem, ex quo suffragia nulli
        vendimus, effudit curas; nam qui dabat olim
        imperium fasces legiones omnia, nunc se
        continet atque duas tantum res anxius optat,
        panem et circenses.”

        So, it’s rather the opposite of how you quoted it.
        Because the people are already complacent, they can be placated with menial mental distractions as long as their corporeal needs are also met.

        I suppose most people these days do not care about quoting with precision and that’s a shame.

  4. LastHumanist says:

    The current harvest is still around and unaffected by reduced yields one can expect from what follows the shortages and price increases of NatGas and Semiconductors, which most farm equipment requires these days.

    A global famine would naturally start in the vulnerable areas of the global south and lead to massive waves of desperate migrants.

    The on-the-ground situation is that this has not occurred so far. The fields are still being harvested around here, too. Problems will surely mount going forward, at this rate. Currently, there is not so much urgency, though.

    I am more concerned about the consequences of the injection campaign and insane government overreach this winter.

    • LastHumanist says:

      The NatGas price levels were even higher than today from 2005-2008 and mass starvation did not happen. Tortilla shortages in Mexico ensued, if memory serves. I don’t see the evidence align with the message of Christian Westbrook, which is also transported here.

    • Duck says:


      Got to agree that the injections are the most imminent worry, but starving people will beg for them if its linked to their food ration.

      “..A global famine would naturally start in the vulnerable areas of the global south….”

      I think you have a point, but I can assure you that plenty of poor people in the US are only keeping above water thru food assistance and free money-they can start actual food riots (rather then the ‘TV and shoe’ riots we just had) Just by cutting back on that…. you cant have a functioning democratic society with masses of voters being welfare slaves IMO.

      “..The on-the-ground situation is that this has not occurred so far…”

      There are already waves of migrants in the west, from the mess in the mid east.
      Germany looks like its going to be as radically changed a place to live as the US in a decade or two.

      • LastHumanist says:

        Being in Germany myself, I can confirm that it’s already changed past 2015.
        This has no longer been the country I grew up in for years before Plandemic.

        • Duck says:

          Plandemic could not have done this without the destruction of the western mind… the first two listed below are the reason its possible… the last is why there can not be a recovery of old normal.

          Aged Population
          Native Young population thoroughly demoralized via education
          Young Replacement Population with different cultural expectations

  5. nosoapradio says:

    The social engineers think decades and generations ahead of time.

    Normal people try to apprehend reality on a more immediate basis.

    It’s important for Westbrook and Corbett to follow these trends and point out what events are heralding paradigm shifts in the near, middle or even distant future, especially in light of known modus operandi. This doesn’t need to be taken as alarmism (contrary to climate alarmism, the phenomena described in this article are quite real) but one thing Covid-19 taught many of us is that these blitzkrieg assaults on Everyman can occur quite unexpectedly and virtually overnight.

    I still remember that Friday the 13th in March of 2020 thinking it was probably my last day “At Work” with my colleagues and…

    • LastHumanist says:

      Transporting news stories that are not properly researched is unhelpful.
      Due diligence is always required. Truth research and narrative building are separate things.

      There is, as I have pointed out, reasonable doubt “that a global food crisis is upon us”. What that crisis would actually look like and how it would play out is also impossible to say.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Which news story was not properly researched?

        What the crisis would look like and how it will play out is impossible to say?

        All of my students are wailing about supply chain issues.

        Following the spectacular mass murder of unprecedented terrorist attacks and an unprecedented slightly orange and decidedly
        histrionic U.S. president, the unprecedented engineered pandemic has had unprecedented consequences including massive supply chain issues touching an unprecedented number of key industries as detailed in both Westbrook’s highly informative podcast and Mr Corbett’s above recap, from fertilizer shortages, to preemptive national hoarding of commodities combined with unprecedented seaport and shipping issues, not to mention notorious preexisting economic and monetary fragilities topped off by an incredibly well-timed and very cold solar minimum with all that can entail.

        Surely the trumpeted imperatives of “Saving the Planet from the population” and “Saving the population from viruses and “freedom extremists” along with the sudden appearance of a great reset and other designs outlined by Schwab, Gates, Gore and company can offer sufficient perspective for some educated guesses as to how this food shortage scenario will play out?

        With all of the surrealistic, murderous and unprecedented events that have been going on in the last couple of decades from mass terrorism, to mass lockdowns to mass catastrophic climate consensus, surely unprecedented mass food shortages need to be discussed and anticipated without being considered gratuitous alarmism when the word “alarmism” has been brought to new, hitherto inconceivable heights by the apocalyptic man-made global warming crowd.

        But perhaps I’ve misunderstood your statements about unproperly researched news stories and/or predicting the nature of inevitable food shortages and price hikes and all that implies in terms of further destruction of livelihoods

        • LastHumanist says:

          Again: “The ice age farmer has been rather alarmist recently about stories like the alleged shutdown of Augason Farms. TLAV asked Augason Farms whether they had shut down operations and heard from them that this was indeed not the case.”

          As well as:

          “The NatGas price levels were even higher than today from 2005-2008 and mass starvation did not happen. Tortilla shortages in Mexico ensued, if memory serves. I don’t see the evidence align with the message of Christian Westbrook, which is also transported here.”

          Not everything about this situation is unprecedented and it is not really affecting current harvests, either.

          What we read here is not an unbiased and honest account of the real situation.
          It is fear mongering.

          • nosoapradio says:

            Are you suggesting that unprecedented worldwide lockdowns have NOT created an unprecedented supply chain problem?

            That’s not what my students seem to say.

            Perhaps the bottlenecks will “only” create price hikes and “only” the most vulnerable will be affected. This time.

            Augason Farms has shut down for 3 months into next year. What happens after that, we don’t know but world events suggest the possibility that they might not open again.

            In an of itself this may be relatively inconsequential.

            Within the context of the vast array of other supply problems and wildly unprecedented events it becomes emergency food for thought.

            In the tsunami of fear mongering that we’ve all been subject to in the past 24 months I don’t consider that Corbett and/or Westbrook can be painted with the same brush.

            • nosoapradio says:

              And I marvel somewhat at the irony of the natural gas CO2, that incriminated element that allegedly must be reduced as much as possible, is currently in short supply, impacting the food and beverage industry… Should be comical but it’s almost confusing…


              • LastHumanist says:

                There is more than enough. The price hike is due to speculation and political shenanigans.

                Just like 2007-2008.

                Then the media, even the alternative media, jumps on the fear train and promotes panic and falsehoods.

                I don’t care what anyone’s motivations are for putting out bad reporting, it’s still bad reporting.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Aargh! There’s no fizz in my soda!

                Great article! Thanks.
                How the CO2 shortage is impacting the food and drink sector

            • LastHumanist says:

              Check at the 1:55 mark


              They explicitly said that they did not shut down.

              This was falsely reported by people who did not critically check whether that story was true or not.

              They adopted it because it fits a narrative.

              There are shortages but how do they affect the market? Will all shelves be empty this dark winter like the picture here also suggests?

              Very unlikely.

              • nosoapradio says:

                At 1:55 of the TLAV link you posted they do NOT explicitly say they did not shut down.

                All we learn at 1:55 is that Ryan Cristian’s going to speak about Augason Farms.

                At 1:49:14,

                as he is explaining that he called them and they said the info in the letter wasn’t true,

                we can actually read the infamous letter which reflects what currently appears on their website, that I’ve copy/pasted here:


                At Augason Farms, our mission first and foremost is to ensure that our high quality preparedness solutions are available to as many families as possible…as quickly as possible. 

                Because we never want you to wait, even during this time of unprecedented demand, we’re making our wide range of Augason Farms products available at select popular national online sites and retail stores for purchase or delivery to your home.

                Our website remains active for product information and will be back to take your orders. But there’s no need to wait. Our online and retail partners stand at the ready with Augason Farms products in stock right now.

                Our Customer Service Team is Here to Help. If you have questions about where to find Augason Farms products or the status of your order, please do not hesitate to contact us at 800-878-0099, M-F, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (MTN).

                Augason Farms Remains Fully Operational. 

                In fact, we are manufacturing and shipping the highest volumes in our 49-year company history to serve the families that are counting on Augason Farms.

                We are working hard to further expand our production and shipping capacities to service all sales channels, including, in the very near future.

                Thank you for your patience and continued support.

                Please Note: All orders placed before October 6, 2021 will be fulfilled.


                Mark Augason, President

                If you visit the website you see that indeed, as they’ve indicated, they cannot fill any orders because every product is labeled “Out Of Stock”.

                So, I don’t know exactly what Westbrook said, but from what you alleged, he is correct. Augason has shut down taking and filling orders on their website because everything is out of stock due to insufficient production materials and means for meeting the “unprecedented demand”.

                The message copy/pasted here would appear to be the revised Public Relations version of the original more candid letter shown on the TLAV site. They are not “fully operational” if they can’t take or fill orders for 90 days or an undetermined amount of time.

              • LastHumanist says:

                That’s not true, TLAV explicitly asks whether they shut down operations and the guy on the phone says that’s incorrect.

                Only the website is affected.

                The question at 1:56 is:
                “You only shut down the website and are conducting business at the moment?”

                And the answer was:

                The ice age farmer podcast did not investigate the story of the 90 day shutdown at all.

              • nosoapradio says:

                No, I’m afraid the guy on the phone does not say that is incorrect. He says:

                “We took the website down because the warehouse got backed up.”

                He does not say the letter is false. He acquiesces when Ryan Cristian asks if it’s just the website.

                The man says “no” to Ryan’s insistant question if they’d “ceased all operations” but nowhere in the letter is it written “ceased all operations”.

                In fact,

                as the letter stating their decision to “suspend business for the next 90 days” is dated October 7th and they say in the message copy/pasted from their website that all orders made before October 6th would be honoured, I’m convinced the incriminated letter is addressed to website users. (Before leaving France in 2020, I received paper letters constantly from wine/honey/olive oil/cosmetic product outlets from whom I’d only ordered online, lavishly expressing how much they valued my business.)

                The Augason farms guy seems a little nervous, has to go check with someone else about what to say and when asked if he cared to set the record straight or elaborate any further he replies with a nervous monosyllabic “no”.

                Don’t you think if they hadn’t written the letter they would have vehemently stated so when given the opportunity by a journalist to “set the record straight”?

                And Ryan over simplifies the situation by suggesting either the letter is completely false or the man is lying. There’s a stretch between “lying” and “minimizing”.

                Once again, one can compare the blunt letter with the more sales-savvy message currently appearing on their site and decide for themselves, look at the dates and parse the differences.

                I don’t think shelves will be empty. I’m not the least bit surprised food shortages would be hyped by the unreliable media. Having said that, I repeat, my students are complaining of a variety of long delays in procurement and price hikes in their raw materials, from chemicals to wood to mechanical parts made in China which are significantly impacting their bottom line.

                And I don’t think Mr. Corbett or Christian Westbrook are fear mongering just to serve a narrative.
                Furthermore, I’m sure Christian Westbrook would assume any errors he made that were brought to his attention
                just as Ryan Cristian has admittedly had to do so when inadvertently but completely deforming statistics to conform to what might be considered a fear-mongering narrative.
                It’s a fine line between reporting, warning of potential dangers and fear-mongering and the Corbetts and the Cristians (Christians) are all doing their best.

              • LastHumanist says:

                We agree on the shelves staying empty anytime soon as an unlikely scenario.

                Just “following the headlines” will lead down the hyperbolic road of declaring that there is “no doubt” about a future event which, by nature, is always doubtful.

                There is more than enough reason to suspect that the government has ill-intentions and wishes to create a food crisis.

                Kissinger has know for decades to “control food and you control the people.” but the government cannot just smash every pumpkin on the field, either.

                Every tyrannical action leads to a less stable grip on power. I think the various crises right now are part of a strategy of tension designed to keep things just stable enough to avoid breaking too much while advancing an agenda which requires people to be scared and irrational in order to progress.

              • nosoapradio says:

                Fortunately neither Corbett nor Westbrook nor Cristian are

                “Just following the headlines”…

              • LastHumanist says:

                I think I’ve sufficiently pointed out the problem with this piece. It did not live up to the standard set by the previous work and went in a bad direction.

                The last thing I want to see in this community is “no doubt” about a complex future event.

                That never ends well.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      NoSoapRadio says:
      “…but one thing Covid-19 taught many of us is that these blitzkrieg assaults on Everyman can occur quite unexpectedly and virtually overnight.”

      James Corbett says:
      ”The ONLY thing that has surprised me over the past two years is how quickly and how completely the public bought on to this scamdemic.
      That truly to this day, that still amazes me to some extent, and actually speaks to the incredible power of the propaganda engine that is in the control of the would-be controllers of humanity, the social engineers who obviously have media control, and that that takes on a different meaning in the 21st century than it did in the 20th century….”

    • cu.h.j says:


      You’re right about this. I think predictive programming is used via movies and TV to seed the public with paradigm shifting ideas. The dystopian science fiction world is often portrayed in movies. Science fiction is not very popular genera though. But the zombie genera is certainly popular.

      I went back and skimmed through a movie about a deadly pathogen that swept the world and a lot of what has happened followed that movie pretty closely.

      I found the discussion on “Mass formation” very intriguing and I think that there are states of mind that are pushed that precede the operation.

    • Arby says:

      “The social engineers think decades and generations ahead of time.” No doubt. They certainly aren’t busy being productive in such a way that it actually contributes to society, as in ‘all’ of society.

  6. westerncivic says:

    The Yellow Vests have the solution.

    #RiC We cannot have “leaders” nor political power vested in individuals.

    If technology is not directly responsive to the people, it is a tool of the enemy. So for now it is micro decentralized voluntary direct democracy localities, denying any outside authority.

    In general, observe #The3Tacks for the fastest, least violent solution. Humanity is at war with billionaire control freaks. Anything short of that is distractive misdirection.

    Reminder :

    The people have the natural right to form or abolish any government for the purpose of ensuring their own security and sustainability.
    On this July 14, 2019, National Day, We, the people of France, once again declare our inalienable sovereignty.
    With constancy and obstinacy, the people of France, with or without a vest, denounced the corruption of the republic and the illegitimacy of this false representative democracy.
    Access to information, induced by the advent of modern communication technologies, allowed us to make a lucid observation of the uselessness and even of the harmful character of the political representation set up as a system, almost always concussionnary, subservient to the big world bank and the military-industrial complex which enslave the peoples of the whole world.
    Everyone has the right to speak for themselves. Collective decision-making through citizen structures freed from the republican yoke can now be achieved.
    We hereby declare that we have the right to do so in every corner of France, in our districts, our municipalities, our cities and our provinces.
    In order to restore the destiny and sovereignty of the French people, we hereby proclaim the first direct democracy in France and we invite all the citizens of France who love justice and freedom to meet in constituent assemblies, new institutions which will see the light of day soon in each province of France. Everyone can thus bring their own skills and expertise to the established democratic structure in order to determine together the rules of our mutual ties.

    We will not go back.

    National Council of Vests meeting in Paris, July 14, 2019

    • westerncivic says:

      Rappel :

      Le peuple a le droit naturel de constituer ou de supprimer tout gouvernement aux fins d’assurer sa propre sécurité et sa pérennité.
      En ce 14 juillet 2019, jour de Fête nationale, Nous, peuple de France, déclarons une nouvelle fois notre souveraineté inaliénable.
      Avec constance et opiniâtreté, le peuple de France, avec ou sans gilet, a dénoncé la corruption de la république et l’illégitimité de cette fausse démocratie représentative.
      L’accès à l’information, induit par l’avènement des technologies modernes de communication, nous a permis de faire le constat lucide de l’inutilité et même du caractère néfaste de la représentation politique érigée en système, presque toujours concussionnaire, inféodée à la grande banque mondiale et au complexe militaro-industriel qui asservissent les peuples du monde entier.
      Chaque personne a le droit de parler au nom d’elle-même. La prise de décision collective par le biais de structures citoyennes libérées du joug républicain peut maintenant être réalisée.
      Nous déclarons par la présente que nous avons le droit de le faire dans chaque recoin de France, dans nos quartiers, nos communes, nos villes et nos provinces.
      Afin de rendre aux Français un destin et une souveraineté, nous proclamons par la présente la première démocratie directe de France et nous invitons tous les citoyens de France épris de justice et de liberté à se réunir en assemblées constituantes, institutions nouvelles qui verront le jour prochainement dans chaque province de France. Chacun pourra ainsi apporter à l’édifice démocratique direct mis en place ses compétences et expertises propres afin de déterminer ensemble les règles de nos liens mutuels.

      Nous ne reviendrons pas en arrière.

      Conseil National des Gilets réuni à Paris, le 14 juillet 2019

    • LastHumanist says:

      You really like the Gilets jaunes but wouldn’t their revolution eventually eat its own children like the one of the Sans-culottes did before them?

      • westerncivic says:

        Sorry, you’ll have to explain the reference. At least to me.

        • LastHumanist says:

          Do you not know the history of the French revolution?

          The common folk ended up building a revolutionary government that unleashed terror on them and sentenced many to death.

          Ultimately, the people were betrayed and their sacrifices were all in vain.

          • westerncivic says:

            Well, no indication of any such so far.

            Is this a justification of the status quo? Lol. 🤷‍♂️

            You may have noticed there is billionaire sponsored mass murder going on.

            And I would gladly supervise the hanging of the culprits.

            • LastHumanist says:

              The hanging never stops once it’s started.
              You should be prepared to find yourself hanging on the gallows you build.

              I do not care who murders whom. Murder is murder and a real solution is only possible if it encompasses all parties.

              • westerncivic says:

                And your solution?

              • westerncivic says:

                “All parties”. It appears I am repeating myself. #RiC

                Reminder :
                PROCLAMATION OF THE FIRST DIRECT DEMOCRACY OF FRANCE, JULY 14, 2019 IN PARIS (see above in this thread)

              • LastHumanist says:

                A slow and gradual process of human liberation through self- and community improvement.

          • Duck says:

            “…The common folk ended up building a revolutionary government that unleashed terror on them and sentenced many to death…”

            Not quite true… the French Revolution was pretty much run from the get go by conspirators as far as I have looked into it. As far as I know mostly Masonic types back then, the jewish power was very minor at that time as far as I have read on it

            It was in no way the work of common folks- I read in NEsta WEbsters ‘World REvolution” that this is commonly the way things go- workers try to evolve and co op and outsiders hijack and destroy their work

            • LastHumanist says:

              You should use primary sources instead of Nesta Webster.

              You should always read the primary sources for yourself.
              The Sans-culottes were not without agency over their own actions.

              Well, at least you showed enough discernment to not go down the “protocols of the elders of Zion” road and declare the French revolution the work of “Jewish masterminds”.

              • westerncivic says:

                Yeah, we’re going to have to speed that up a bit. Once they lock in the #AutomatedFascism (which is immenent) it may no longer be possible.

              • LastHumanist says:

                It is indeed urgent to restore the basic civil liberties and human rights we still had 2 years ago.

                Reversing the bio-security state back to the security state will not be the end of the struggle, though.

                If there are enough mindless drones for the agenda to advance as far as it already has then individualism and natural law have sunken much lower than they should have.

                A society that does not value human life will destroy itself. It is time for a Renaissance of humane values.

              • Duck says:

                “protocols of the elders of Zion” road and declare the French revolution the work of “Jewish masterminds”.

                I specifically said that it was not- jewish power was not a thing at that time.

                What is wrong with Webster as a historian? Serious question, she appears as competent as any other historian.

                I do think primary sources have value (but I dont read french…meh) but unless your willing to do full on research pretty much everyone depends on the filter of someone to do that amount of work.

              • LastHumanist says:

                And Webster is a Fascist filter, at that.

              • Duck says:

                “..nd Webster is a Fascist filter, at that…”

                If she is writing historical facts that pretty much hold up AS historical facts under the (mild) probing I’ve given them her political slant does not matter ‘VERY’ much too me. Especially if she’s writing about ye olde tymes.

                I ‘try’ (and I guess often fail) to take bias into account whenever I read a history book. All history has a slant- even (or perhaps especially? 🙂 ) primary documents and memoirs of the players.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sidenote: Corbett’s “Recommended Viewing” has a short Climate Change video which shows more of the fraud by Authorities.

    Climate Trace Technology

    Al Gore’s Latest ‘Solution’ To Climate Change Is Mass Surveillance

    (9 minute Video)

    Al Gore says:
    “We get data consistently from 300 existing satellites, more than 11,000 ground-based, air-based, sea-based sensors, multiple internet data streams and using artificial intelligence.
    All that information is combined, visible light, infrared, all of the other information that is brought in, and we can now accurately determine where the greenhouse gas emissions are coming from.

    And next year we’ll have it down to the level of every single power plant, refinery, every large ship, every plane, every waste dump, and we’ll have the identities of the people who are responsible for each of those greenhouse gas emission streams…

    …a lot of these fossil fuel assets are going to be worthless.”

  8. Arby says:

    Yep. A generated food crisis. I saw Christian Westbrook’s video. It was informative and scary.

    Mad cow disease? It doesn’t exist, as Tom Cowan explains. It is, like rabies, just starved and/or poisoned animals. Does anyone think that modern industrial practices are progressive? Animals (livestock, pets) are every bit as much victims of wonky Rockefeller medical science as humans. Even methane, that major culprit in the eyes of the climate crisis crowd, is a result of cows being fed an unnatural diet. That’s right. They wouldn’t normally fart methane.

    • LastHumanist says:

      The angle was more scary than informative, sadly.
      There’s negativity bias in all of us. It’s human nature.

      We should always pursue the truth in a reasonable manner and also look at what is positive. Just look at things the way they are, ideally.

      BSE does exist. The cattle did get sick.
      But it is probably not a prion disease caused by the feed those animals ingested. That feed was exported to other countries that never observed BSE cases.

      Instead, the cause appears to be poisoning. In order to combat the botflies, several countries (Switzerland, UK, Northern Ireland) that later exclusively experienced BSE started rubbing cattle with higher doses of Phosmed. That insecticide seems to have reached the cow’s central nervous system via diffusion after being rubbed with Phosmed around the neck.

      Eating this poisoned meat will also affect other mammals such as humans.

      This intoxication hypothesis was also suggested at the time but suppressed by corporate interests.

      • Arby says:

        Interesting. I came across the following interesting explanation for prions by Tom Cowan. (I think Tom’s a terrible communicator, but his value lies in his independence. I don’t agree with everything he proposes. But he’s very worth listening to.) Tom discusses bioweapons and prions:

        • openlens says:

          Tom Cowan is the sexiest man I’ve ever seen/listened to. Purely due to his amazing independent intelligence. True open minded intelligence sets me on fire!! Someone to talk to!!!! And learn from!!!

    • openlens says:

      yeah, but no bloody animal flesh to consume means the end of real men…what then?

  9. sleek says:

    With all these “hypothesis(s)” engaged here…I thought to offer a very simple explanation…one which many of you know about, or perhaps played as a child here in the “land of the free”…it’s called …

    MONOPOLY…yes that enchanting board game devoted to the visceral experience of trying to drive a stake thru the heart of every other player on the board and mercilessly drive them all into BANKRUPTCY. And the best possible position to be in while playing, you ask ? How about the guy who “tends the bank” ? Making change (a’hem), distributing the “Pass Go” reward ($200 for you, mmmm…$500 for me..when no one is looking), collecting fines (mmmmmm…maybe all or 50% of your payment winds up in my pile ?)….etc. Funny, in today’s world, they just rob the treasury in BROAD DAYLIGHT without blinking an eye….and no one else does either.

    Be it ever so humble, whether a “socialist”, “Capitalist”, “Communist”, “fascist”, “anarchist”, or any other “ist”…best to be “tending the bank”…as that’s where ALL the power seems to emanate from…and that’s why EVERY government on EARTH is corrupt beyond comprehension. No wonder the mindless morons (goy) still yammer on about how much to tax the “rich”, but NEVER EVER focus the light on the THIEVES, MURDERERS, and PERVERTED who inhabit governments around the world, and live and breath to shove it up the arse of each and every goy as “good and hard” as is possible.

    Well, goy, upon reflection….you’re look’n like a herd of cattle at the “last roundup”….standing in line…peeing all over yourself if you’re far from the action…and crapping your brains out if your turn is coming soon….

    then it’s a good whack of the SLEDGE HAMMER to the head….(why waste a bullet…we’re eco friendlY)…..and



    YOU LOSE…..


    • openlens says:

      good luck expecting them to figure out what money is. This nation for years now has prided itself on idiocy. It’s not even entertaining anymore.

  10. mkey says:

    I wasn’t sure whether I should share this thing, but what the hell. It’s one of those things you can’t watch but you also can’t afford to look away.

    • Duck says:

      Did that guy just let his wife do the fighting for him while he backed away and filmed it????

      Maybe men acting like this is why the the ruling class feels it can do whatever it likes- kinda a funny video though.

      • mkey says:

        The guy made the fight fair and square by removing the bat. This woman needed no further assistance.

        But yes, generally you are absolutely right. Feminised men who have been conditioned (psychologically, chemically, culturally) to stand down are at the core of this issue.

        • Duck says:


          “..The guy made the fight fair and square by removing the bat. This woman needed no further assistance…”

          Fairness in fighting is rather retarded and childish – what if the crazy ice cream lady had had a box cutter in her back pocket? She surely looked angry enough to use one.

          Funny as it was to watch the ‘World Star Hipster’ video kind makes me think that if things ever actually go violent its going to be so much more horrific then people can even imagine.

          • mkey says:

            Zero risk life does not exist and the same is valid for fights.

            • Duck says:

              true… but if, for example, Crazy Ice Cream lady had opened the Hipsters face up with a box cutter she’d just been using to unpack some fancy Gellato… who’s going to blame her?
              She’d have been legally in the right too.

              No riots for white hipster lives….

        • openlens says:

          “Feminised” “men”:I need this explained to me, I can’t understand what is being said.
          Is it about starting out female in the womb?
          Is it about being inside a female for ten moons, about being born from a female body? Is that what does it?
          What turns a “naturally male” “male”…..also could use a definition here…into a “feminised” male? a tiny penis, smaller than some clits?

          What does that mean? Do they acquire a rough and tough vagina in place of those sensitive, weak, and tender scotum?

          I’ve been hearing this for years. Even my recent honors degree in the field cannot explain this to me quite adequately.

          How do I recognize a “feminised male”, and is that different than a “feminazi”, and does a feminised male become a lesbian?

          What does he actually lose and gain? How does it happen? How does a “feminised” “man” ‘s behavior change?

          An acquaintance who is bisexual and was just enraged at my educational involvements yelled this out once in a cafe.
          I later advised him that perhaps men need to fulfill Zeus’ commandment for males and females to be born exclusively from the male body. Greeks hated women, wanted to do without them altogether. So does Rothschild.

          I’m certainly looking forward , as a mother of six who gave live birth seven times fully conscious without ever any drug whatsoever… males figuring out how to be born from their daddy’s dicks.
          That would take care of the horrid problem of abortion, too. No man would ever want to abort. No matter how the child was conceived.

          so, yeah, this is all quite puzzling to me

          • cu.h.j says:

            A definition of “feminized male” would really be interesting and helpful to understand.

            Also, what is the definition of “feminine” anyway? Does that mean cowardice? I don’t think so.

            My mom has more courage than many men I have had contact with. She has the “gift of gab” or using words and language effectively and has often stepped in to try to help when many men would have just walked away. I remember she stopped these two women from fighting each other. We lived in a rough neighborhood and there were some very dangerous and sketchy people around. She stopped them from fighting by having the courage to speak up and say the right thing.

            Often words can do a lot of good. If “feminized men” means a less strong physique I see how less people exercise and use their hands thus Americans are in poorer physical health in general.

            Maybe “feminized men” means a man who is unwilling to put himself in harms way. Not being an asshole is a good thing, and I don’t equate this as being feminized.

            The standard for women in popular culture is disgusting and has been for some time. And now the idea that in order to “rise” to the top, women must adopt sociopathic traits adds to this disfunction. No one should act like a sociopath. How about people behave honestly and honorably with each other? And women who want to do traditionally “male” jobs who have the ability can do so without resentment or hindrance.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Similarly men can do jobs that are traditionally “female”. I work with lots of male nurses now, probably because you can earn a really good living.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Shortly after I was married in 1986, my wife (ex) and I were walking the “drag” (sidewalks near the University) of Austin, TX which were full of homeless people and bums.

              One guy comes up to me asking for a cigarette. I was smoking one.

              My wife (a real brunette Jaimie Alexander type fox) lays into him with both fists, “Don’t you ever come near my husband!”

              The guy backed off like a hurt dog.

              It was at that moment that I recognized who the real Boss was in our relationship.

          • Duck says:

            Feminized male … basically a twit who does not display the masculine virtues of bravery, self confidence, responsibility, ect.

            Such men are pretty easy to control via social shaming and pressure, as easy or more so then most women.
            You could shorthand it to “overly domesticated livestock’

            • cu.h.j says:

              So being “feminized” means being a twat, a man who lacks confidence and often capitulates.

              Why has the meaning of feminine have such a negative connotation? I think it’s true that women have a greater fear response and less physical strength of men, but that does not mean feminine women can’t be brave!

              To me, feminine means “softness” and “sweetness” being kind. Isn’t kindness a virtue too? Fathers can be very loving and kind to their children. My grandfather was a very loving grandpa, but was also very masculine, definitely not a coward.

              • Duck says:

                “..So being “feminized” means being a twat, a man who lacks confidence and often capitulates. ..”

                TWIT… not twat, lol. But otherwise yes, but IMO (for what its worth)

                “..Why has the meaning of feminine have such a negative connotation..”

                It does not, IMO.
                Its just a different kind of energy based on body type and life cycle…. I can spurt out a dozen kids I never see and still pass my genes on. If I’m wealthy (I’m not 🙁 ) I’ll still be able to attract girls into old age and as a youth I’m very expendable and no one cares if I get killed…. the exact OPPOSITE life cycle of a female human.

                Its not a value judgement- overly masculine men get pretty horrible, as does too much female energy.
                people are just generally different… I’ve done some role swapping in my life and so agree that its not always a solid set of divisions. But those differences do exist, for bilogical or Biblical reasons depending on your worldview.

          • mkey says:

            It is not uncommon for people to understand terms such as masculinity or femininity. When I use these terms there is no ill will nor implication that either stands for weakness or cowardice.

            Some of the qualities of the masculine principle are as follows: logic, structured or linear thinking and problem solving, deduction and reason. The masculine is associated with the left side of the brain.

            Some of the qualites of the feminine principle are as follows: compassion, care, creativity, imagination, big picture thinking, abstract though. The feminine is associated with the right side of the brain.

            Balance between the two is of utmost importance. Both men and women need both their masculine and feminine properties to act in unison; it’s like a perpetual dance, not a struggle where one side strives to take over.

            It is exactly the taking over process that leads to poisons thought and ensuing evil and wrongdoing. To put it colloquially, it’s garbage in garbage out. For all intents and purposes, an imbalanced brain is damaged brain. It is a brain where whole areas are electrically and chemically sequestered and are commonly not in use.

            Social disgenics (though mind control it is made sure strong male and female qualities are not carried to the next generation), chemical disgenics (through supression of testosterone, among other things), there are many facets of this issue.

            Women are turned into “feminazis” – females that are completely devoid of personal responsibility; females that choose weak men for partners; females that are completely self centered and are ready to do vile things, such as use abortion as a birth control method. Female testosterone levels are artificially lowered well below the natural optimal levels.

            Men are turned into feminized men, androgynous beings. Their testosterone levels go well below what would be optimal for a woman, their voice pitch goes high, their body loses the classical masculine features. They act cowardly, indecisively, they opt for standing down instead of taking a stand for what they find has value.

            None of these have anything to do with being a true, authentic man and woman. Both of these play in a huge way into the satanic mindset.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I guess bodily contact is okay if both are wearing masks.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Here is the Director of the CDC saying that MASKS are more effective than Vaccines at preventing infection.
        Masks can help reduce your chance of #COVID19 infection by more than 80%.
        Masks also help protect from other illnesses like common cold and flu. Wearing a mask- along w/ getting vaccinated- are important steps to stay healthy.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I’m so glad I don’t live in Portland. I don’t know why you would want to spend your money in a place that is obviously hostile toward you. They wanted to fight with this idiotic mask Nazi, which was a poor use of their energy in my opinion.

      Let this lady who owns the shop go broke. Who cares? I would want to use my energy for a place that I actually care survives, for people who I have a stake in. Now this couple will be charged with battery. This serves no purpose.

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Monday Nov 8th – Zero Hedge
    (Moments after the markets closed) Fed Issues Market Red Alert: Warns Stocks Vulnerable To “Significant Declines”

    …In the 85-page report published moments after the market close, the Fed warned that as Bloomberg put it,
    “prices of risky assets keep rising, making them more susceptible to perilous crashes if the economy takes a turn for the worse” adding that “asset prices remain vulnerable to significant declines should investor risk sentiment deteriorate, progress on containing the virus disappoint, or the economic recovery stall.”….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Take a look at this IMAGE from the article…

      Take note of Vaccine-resistant variants being high on the chart.

      What do we know about variants and vaccinated populations per studies and experts?
      Per authorities and studies, the “Alpha” (legacy virus) no longer is being spread.
      Per experts in the fields of study, they cite that vaccinated people spread variants, because the Covid vaccines are desgned only for the Alpha.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        This video from “The Highwire” explains how vaccinated people will spread variants.


        [Personally, I think they are setting the stage for more Covid cases and illnesses across the world.]

        • nom de guerre says:

          With the demonic research that’s been done, they may be creating a new version of dengue fever, resulting in a dengue hemorrhagic fever pandemic driven by “vaccination”.

          • LastHumanist says:

            What is your source on that?

            • nom de guerre says:


              Fauci is a huge advocate for gain-of-function research. These new vaccines are “leaky”, and I suspect that is by design. They’re eugenicists, now rebranded as transhumanists. It’s the glorious culmination of Rockefeller “medicine”, a world without excess people, who are perceived as useless eaters.

              • LastHumanist says:

                So you are just speculating.

              • nom de guerre says:


                Why do you think the powers-that-be have pulled out all the stops to “vaccinate” 100% of the masses with something that is far more dangerous than COVID?

                Klaus Schwab referred to it as “the mildest pandemic in human history”, but the response is proportional to it’s being the worst, something so terrifying that food shortages are of little or no concern compared to 100% vaccination and zero COVID, both of which are impossible to achieve.

                So no, I don’t think depopulation is “speculation” at this point.

          • Duck says:

            nom de guerre

            ‘…With the demonic research that’s been done, they may be…”

            WHAT it does is less important then deciding if you trust the kind of people who sell AIDS blood to children with a ‘magic potion’ to protect us from a disease that has killed pretty much no one I know personally (the one guy who died was massively obese and did not even die until they shot him full of opiates to ‘ease the pain’ )

            No drug company is trustworthy

   like actual AIDS blood

            • nom de guerre says:


              I think both are important, especially as so many of us are being psychologically manipulated via social media and “smart devices”.

              Fear is more important than trust, ‘twould seem.

  12. Surely the cabal will just on time come out with the long awaited rollout of Soylent Green. After all 2022 is the year!

    Besides, what else do you think they are going to do with all of us unvaccinated second class germaniacs?
    Yeah, the governments all know who us scum are thanks to those vaccination records. The same type of government records that the Nazi’s went to occupied cities city halls in order to figure out who was Jewish and worthy of “special government treatment.”

    Glad to know I will be feeding some hungry families!

  13. scpat says:

    When food shortages come and the shelves are empty in grocery stores, the next logical place people will go is farmer’s markets, which would then also get overrun. Besides the ultimate solution of growing your own food, a temporary/permanent solution to the grocery store/farmer’s market issue could be community supported agriculture (CSA) because you pay up front for the year’s harvest, which would secure you food directly from a local farmer over a period of time. That could take care of problems dealing with showing up to the farmer’s market and all the food is already gone.

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Biden QUOTE: 🙂 “It’s a complicated World.”

    Nov 7th – The Gateway Pundit
    Joe Biden Explains the Higher Consumer Prices:
    “People’s Supplies or Materials That End Up Being on Our Kitchen Table or in Our, Our, Our Fam, Our Life, Guess What? There Close Those Plants…”

    Joe Biden delivered remarks on the higher consumer prices Americans are experiencing recently.
    The dude is out of his mind.
    And the fake news media hacks are the only ones in America who haven’t noticed it yet.

    “Why is the price of agricultural products, when I go to the store, why is it higher? What, like for example. if I had, if we were all going out and having lunch together and I said let’s ask whoever’s at the next table no matter how, whatever restaurant we’re in, have them explain the supply chain to us. You think they’d understand what we’re talking about.
    They’re smart people.
    The supply chain. But why’s everything backed up?
    Well, it’s backed up because the people’s supplies or materials that end up being on our kitchen table or in our, in, in, in our, our fam, our, our life. Guess what? There close those plants because they have COVID.”

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Oh! These American methane emissions…

    Joe Biden or the new Mr Trump?
    Camilla ‘hasn’t stopped talking about’ hearing the President ‘break wind’ during chat at Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow
    ~~ President Joe Biden met Duchess of Cornwall during reception on Monday
    ~~ They made polite small talk and Camilla was shocked to hear Biden break wind
    ~~ Reception was hours after Biden appeared to doze off at COP26 opening

  16. darrync says:

    The London bombings and the Boston marathon are just two recent events that went “live” during a ‘simulated exercise’.

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tues Nov 9th – Zero Hedge
    We’re “Very Sorry” – Bank Of England Governor Apologizes To Brits For Crushing Their Standard Of Living

    …Andrew Bailey told the BBC that households were already feeling the impact of rising prices…
    …”I’m very sorry that’s happening. None of us want to see that happen.”…
    “Inflation is clearly something that bites on people’s household income. I’m sure they’re already feeling that in terms of prices that are going up.”…

    …This has helped push UK’s “Misery Index” [CHART] to its highest in a decade…
    …And arguably things are about to get far more serious as the choice between heating your home and feeding your family is a real one for many Brits….

    • LastHumanist says:

      If the government did not want something to happen that is mostly happening due to government action, there would be a change in course.

      Instead, problems are exacerbated.

      This has never been as obvious as today so the trust and acceptance of the government, which has been in decline for decades, must be at a critical low point right now.

      This is no accident. Machiavellian minds know it is better for those in power to be feared and hated than to be loved, I suppose.

      The past 2 years have been over-the-top, though. They didn’t just heat up the kettle, they made it explode. A very awkward situation has ensued.

      I did not think the weird nonsense of the Trump years would culminate in mass psychosis and the destruction of civil liberties. I thought people would come to their own conclusions as the conspiracy sphere became mainstream. Instead, they went into a feedback loop of insanity and diverged into Qanon and BlueAnon. The left/right delusions only appeal to people who have no real moral principles; a fairly large number of people, apparently.

      • openlens says:

        can’t disagree with a word of this.
        they elected a reality tv show actor with no public service or governmental experience whatsoever???
        what DID they elect?
        that’s easy….money, sex, power. Millionaire, Miss Universe Contest, Power. Simple. What most idiots worship, to their own demise.

        • LastHumanist says:

          Trump was a lot more than that.
          He was always a thing from that oligarch swamp of sexual blackmail, rampant corruption and 9/11 insiders.

          It’s not a good state of affairs that MAGA boomers were led to “trust the plan”. I was there when that nonsense rose on /pol. A perfect culmination of a decade of increasing racism, fascism and anti-Semitism on 4Chan and the internet at large.

          Now politicians and fake intellectuals want to segregate and kill me for not being insane. It is quite a betrayal. History will be the judge of what has happened here.

    • openlens says:

      Ah, yes, I have much experience with this!!! I can help, send them to me for forty years worth of dealing with extreme poverty. I have a PhD in Poverty.

  18. openlens says:

    Sounds like Y2K all over again. “Le plus ca change, le plus c’est la meme.”

    Well, yes, isn’t it silly to let someone else sell you fertilizer and seeds? Dependency is dependency, that’s all. We began to prepare for this fifty years ago. That’s why there’s organics, organic seed companies, heritage seed banks, all that put in place forty to fifty years ago at least.

    So, now that it’s time to worry hard again, here’s a tip:
    Read Kulvinskas’ Survival Into The Twenty First Century”

    Once you realize you can survive quite well on wheat grass juice, the whole picture starts looking a bit different. Cows are pretty calm. The eat grass.

    Of course, I am a simple person with an honors degree from 2017 following two years in Six Year Med at Boston University, on scholarship, in ’68-70m and a lifetime of world travel and multiple involvements in society as well as raising six children, so of course, it could be that I just don’t understand the complexities of whatever and however and all that. Online comment sections are chock full of frustrated male hatred and need for vengeance, and I’m just about done participating whatsoever, as it’s mostly just the same old game it’s always been, with the same voices, same arrogance, same bs. Seriously tired of folks who think they know it all. Narrow minded and terrified of any other possibilities

    But, that’s my take on it. People actually believe that third world countries have no food. What a joke. Food is everywhere, tons of it. People live in this hallucinatory video/media realm.

    • Duck says:

      ‘.. People live in this hallucinatory video/media realm…’

      Thats a true point- i recall how worried I was by all the chinese people dropping dead in those leaked videos

    • LastHumanist says:

      Forum culture has declined but I still believe in the collective effort to do mutually beneficial research.

      This forum right here should be used for open investigation.
      I haven’t seen much of that happen anymore.
      Just unsourced ramblings, hateful BS about “demons” and “Jews” as well as fearful insanity.

      • Duck says:


        “..Just unsourced ramblings, hateful BS about… “Jews” as well as fearful insanity….”

        Its hardly rambling to point out that since 9/11 the USA has been fighting wars that harm US interests and further Israeli interests… its not a conspiracy theory to say that if these wars and interventions had NOT been done then most of the refugee flood into Europe would not have happened and the national economy would PROBABLY be better

        There are articles written by Jewish people boasting about how Jews have reshaped western culture, promoted abortion, the gay and Trans movements, open boarders and many other things…. some people like those things, which is fine for them to do. But be honest how they happen

        They do not run all things, but that they DO have a disproportionate group power is not open to honest debate

        The reason that nothing will change is because the Nazi’s killed some jews in the war and now no one is allowed to criticize them… while few remember the Holodomor (or the historical fact that the Bolshevik party was VERY heavily ethnic jewish as noted EVEN by Winston Churchill) because Ukrainians don’t make many Hollywood movies

        • LastHumanist says:

          You don’t get it.
          JewAnon is the low IQ version of the real world conspiracy.

          I am done discussing this nonsense.

          • Duck says:


            “..I am done discussing this nonsense…”

            You have never discussed this nonsense… your mind recoils in the same way a Vax zombie recoils from any idea that questions the official line. You did not discuss facts because facts do not matter in this issue to you- that is not how the human mind works anyway.

            The issue/non-issue of jewish power is far less important then realizing that you have only escaped the first layer of your social control.

            Good luck

  19. mkey says:

    A Christian nurse was denied a religious exemption on basis of insufficient fate and then fired by a “Christian” charity where she was employed for 15 years

    • cu.h.j says:

      She should sue her employer. Hopefully someone will take her case pro bono. It sounds like she should have retained legal assistance prior to submitting the exemption. Also, since she had expressed her concern for her children by asking her employer to sign a form for liability though was completely justified, was likely viewed as hostility toward her employer. They thought she was a trouble maker and used this as an opportunity to get rid of her.

      It also seems like she’s not represented by a union. Sometimes, that can make a huge difference because they have attorneys who can assist you.

      I think that when employers are approving or denying the exemption, are considering their liability and potential losses and gains. They probably thought they could find someone less expensive. I do think she has a good case and should sue. I hope someone takes on her case.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      For U.S. citizens, I want to draw attention to this…
      Religious Exemptions – EXCELLENT Guidance

      Has Your Religious Exemption Letter Been Denied? | Constitution Corner
      (Part of “Legal” Sub-Thread) – (Spend 6 minutes)

      This appears to be a winning strategy in the end.
      If you have ever played poker and held a “sure-bet” winning hand, this would be a move to go “all in” with your chips.

  20. anniees says:

    There is one thing I agree with in the simulation. Food waste is a serious problem. How many people here have verified what is thrown out at every step of the food production, distribution and sale process? At least 40% of food produced in Canada (according to the last statistic I verified, which was around 2016 or 2017) is thrown out by all, including consumers. The numbers are surely similar today here and anywhere else. In the meantime, many people line up at the food bank, go dumpster diving, and beg on the streets hoping for scraps. It’s an appalling situation.

    That being said, I agree with Corbett on how much control the PTSNB intend to have over our food supplies will gravely disrupt our lives. We often hear how controlling our money is how they control us, but what’s even worse is if they control our food. They will have most of us by the balls, so to speak, if we don’t find ways to produce locally. I’ve been advocating for growing your own food and shopping locally for almost 2 decades now, and a high percentage of those I spoke to about this scoffed at me. They won’t be laughing anymore when the shyte hits the ventilator.

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wednesday – Nov 10th, 2021

    For those who don’t know:
    The markets went crazy today, because “official government figures” came out which verified the perception of the Average Joe and Jane. The U.S. has the highest inflation since 1990 per the “official” CPI (Consumer Price Index) which strains to omit the most incriminating metrics.

    Biden Starts To Freak Out About Soaring Inflation, Orders Economic Council To “Reduce Energy Costs”
    [See GRAPHS in article. The “White House” transcript is linked.]

    Biden says:
    “… on inflation, today’s report shows an increase over last month. Inflation hurts Americans pocketbooks, and reversing this trend is a top priority for me. The largest share of the increase in prices in this report is due to rising energy costs—and in the few days since the data for this report were collected, the price of natural gas has fallen.

    I have directed my National Economic Council to pursue means to try to further reduce these costs, and have asked the Federal Trade Commission to strike back at any market manipulation or price gouging in this sector….”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      — Energy Prices —

      Biden blames the oil and gas industry for the higher energy prices, which do lead to higher costs across the boards.

      However, giving ya the short story, all this ESG and Climate Change hype is what has led to these higher energy prices in various ways.
      In the past, investment monies flowed into Oil and Gas companies so they could improve future growth and production. That investment money has dried up. Plus, these energy companies got burned in 2020 when oil prices went “negative”. So, they are cautious with their budgets, unwilling to take risks.
      There is also a subtle factor at play. The real Big Oil Giants are playing along with this Climate Change narrative…they know that they need to sing with the choir. And they win both ways, because they benefit when oil and gas prices are higher.

      There are other factors also. We know that relying upon Wind and Solar as a backbone of energy is not viable. Europe can testify.
      I’m curious how Biden’s coming wind and solar installations will be affordably replaced in 30 years. But, of course, America’s population might be much lower in 30 years…and the survivors “will own nothing.”

      Here is a very long Sub-Thread linking other Sub-Threads to
      Energy Prices and Climate Change

  22. starfire says:

    I’d like to enhance a bit on James’ survival list. I managed a macrobiotic restaurant in Stockholm in the early ’70s sponsered by the Swedish Youth Dept. His list is right on, I would only add that it’s important to buy whole grain or brown rice, preferably short grain, no white or processed rice. Wash before cooking. Only whole wheat pasta. The healthiest beans are soya, especially red or azuki and green or mung beans. Different types of lentils are also good.
    Don’t forget to stock up on vitamin and mineral suppliments, especially Vitamin D, magnesium and zinc.
    Along with water in glass bottles get some good red wine to ward off the blues and a good supply of cannabis (where legal) 😉

  23. Summer68 says:

    Precisely, Mr. Corbett. I’ve just read today’s article “Israel to hold world’s first drill to test readiness for new Covid variant”.

    Another variant among a myriad of ones still to come. Fast the seat belt and get prepared everyone!

    • mkey says:

      It will cover:

      > Restrictions on gatherings and movement, quarantine policy, lockdowns, curfews and tourism.

      > Oversight and warnings issued during the development of a new and dangerous variant, testing vaccine protection, epidemiological investigations, hospital capacity and the carrying out of mass-testing and vaccination programmes.

      > The legality of local or regional lockdowns and curfews, and other restrictions.

      > Economic support for the population.

      > Public security in enforcing quarantine, lockdowns and curfews.

      > Closing schools in outbreak centres, reducing class sizes and remote learning.

      > Departure and arrival policy at borders including Ben Gurion airport.

      > Informing the public and responding to “discourse on the internet”.

      The Israeli health ministry reported 475 new Covid cases on Wednesday. Experts have warned that another wave or another variant could surface in the coming months.

      More than four in 10 of the population have received a booster vaccine dose. The government is due to decide this week whether to vaccinate children aged five to 11.

      It is all in black and white, is it not? Also, what’s the difference between an actual variant and “training”?

  24. littlebird says:

    James, James, hold the phone a sec. Hasn’t this happened before? Is it really a crisis?

    Or just the annual fertilizer shortage?

    “BIRANAGAR [Nepal], Aug 1 [2019]: Rampyar Yadav, a seasoned farmer from Jahada village of Morang, has no memory of a single year when he did not have to struggle for fertilizer. No matter how proper preparation he did or how much rapport he built with fertilizer suppliers, he has always struggled with the shortage of fertilizers in the hour of need. He recently completed planting paddy in his farms. ‘Everything went well, except for the arrangement of fertilizers.'”

    Or maybe this is not anything all that new/urgent. it’s reported every couple years:

    2019: Looming phosphate shortage

    2015: Looming potash shortage

    2014: Looming nitrogen shortage

    2013: Looming phosphorus shortage

    Also, there’s some debate on whether using fertilizer is even a good thing:

    2016 in the Atlantic

    Maybe it’s a cartel driving the fertilizer crisis:

    and this one:

    “Now, new research (pdf) funded by the German and Polish national science foundations has refined the fertilizer argument and identified global cartels as the culprit. Large food production is enabled by fertilizers derived from nitrogen and potassium that provide key nutrients to plants in otherwise exhausted soil. The largest firms involved include Canada’s Potashcorp, Mosaic in the US, Russian Uralkali and Belarussian Belaruskali.

    “Because of the weakness of OPEC, [cartels like it] have received much less attention than they should,” Hinnerk Gnutzmann, an economist at the University of Hannover, told Quartz. “[The fertilizer industry has] much smaller cartels but more effective in their niche.”

    The leading global fertilizer companies have generally operated not as direct competitors, but through cooperation, quietly agreeing on prices for their products, according to the research. That allows them to take the most advantage of market shocks by hiking prices en masse.”


    I know this is off topic for the CR so maybe you didn’t have time to look into the bigger picture? I appreciate IAF but I find him a little over-over-sensationalist at times. I think this topic merits attention but let’s try to look at in the context of stuff that’s been going on for decades.


    • littlebird says:

      Apparently the big cartel was broken up in 2013-2015, and fertilizer stocks tanked

      given what’s going on with Pharma, is there really a shortage of fertilizer, or just the *appearance* of a shortage?

      apparently 2019 was also a bad year for fertilizer stocks

      etc.etc. this might be an interesting topic for some crowdsource research…


      some background:

      “Muckerman: Just diversify, I guess. Like you mentioned, there are several different subsectors of the ag sector as a whole. Fertilizer is one of the biggest. Commodity industry, these companies are mining things like potash, nitrogen, phosphate, ammonia. And some of them mine a lot of them, some of them are more niche and only mine one or two. The potash industry, one of the more important fertilizers out there. Back in 2013, the “OPEC of potash” broke up, it was a Russian company, Uralkali, and a Belarusian company, Belaruskali. They basically owned a third of the market of potash. Uralkali, the Russian company, backed out unannounced and sent the potash market into a free fall. It’s been recovering ever since. They had discussions this past summer in July. Nothing came of it, so they’re still separate entities. But, you’re looking at those two companies, and then the Canadian giants. You have Nutrien, which is Agrium and PotashCorp combined. They just finalized that deal and released the new ticker late last year, November or December of last year. That’s a $34 billion company. Then, CF Industries is a U.S.-based company. Mosaic is one of the more diversified companies in terms of the fertilizers they produce. Then, another big one internationally, Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile, SQM.”

  25. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Nov 12th – Zero Hedge
    World’s Largest Meat Company Warns Labor Shortages “Holding Back Production”

    The latest CPI figures from the U.S. this week showed meat prices are rocketing higher. Consumers are wondering when will rapid food inflation end. The world’s largest meat processor warned that labor shortages are crimping production growth, pushing prices higher, according to Bloomberg.

    Brazilian company JBS S.A. has meat processing plants worldwide. One of its challenges is labor shortages in every developed country, resulting in limited production and increasing costs.

    On Thursday, Andre Nogueira, head of JBS SA’s U.S. division, said the problem is most severe Stateside as labor shortages are expected to persist into the new year. He said the lack of workers also impacts operations in Europe, Canada, and Australia.

    “Labor shortages are holding back production growth,” Nogueira said. “This is a key issue for the industry.” He added the shortages weren’t cutting into current production capacity, but the lack of workers inhibits the company’s ability to expand output if needed.

    “JBS USA has a full team in pork and beef operations, though that doesn’t mean his division is delivering the same level of production using a similar number of employees as in the past,” Nogueira said, adding that workers are opting out of weekend shifts.

    Earlier this week, JBS reported earnings and posted third-quarter net income that topped analysts’ expectations due to the strengthening U.S. meat market and increasing exports to China. However, the company harped on the issue of rising operation costs due to labor woes and higher commodity prices.

    Elsewhere, Nogueira said JBS controlled companies in the U.K. faced a shortage of workers and truck drivers. “It’s a structural adjustment in the meat industry,” he explained….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      12 November
      A Record Number Of Americans Just Quit Their Job, As Job Openings Surpass Unemployed Workers By A Record 2.8 Million (or perhaps were canned because of vaccine mandates)
      [GRAPHS in article]

      After seven consecutive months of massive increases in job openings (where even the weakest month saw a 290K increase and the strongest, July, saw a record 913K new jobs openings), today the BLS reported that in September the number of job openings in the US may have finally reached a peak, dropping for the second time in a row, by a modest 191K in September (recall the JOLTS report has an extra month delay vs the payrolls report), after August’s 469K drop. Still, even with the big drop, the total number of job openings remains a huge 10.438 million, which came in well above the 10.3 million expected, and just shy of the 11.1 million all time high….

  26. jk26 says:

    Did crypto Ag company create Bitcoin ??

    ‘The intelligence coup of the century’ For decades, the CIA read the encrypted communications of allies and adversaries.

    Thanks keep up the good work.

  27. Chelsea.h.c says:
    – using digital/tech to “save” soil
    – syngenta big ag chemical company
    – using spirituality(Sadhguru) to push UN Agenda soil conservation/regenerative ag

  28. Does anyone remember Event 201?
    Gosh that seems like eons ago. 🙁

    Well the ink hasn’t even dried yet for the scamdemic and they are already pimping their next ‘once-in-a-hundred-years’ deadly threat to humanity.

    Same cast of characters.

  29. Mr. Gates himself couldn’t resist participating in this one.

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