Seen on social media – food up in smoke?

Brought up here yesterday by weather257, it does seem odd and concerning. From Tucker’s show last night:

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3 Responses to Seen on social media – food up in smoke?

  1. Re-Farmer says:

    If you aren’t following City Prepper yet, you might want to look up them up. I got their newsletter this morning, and it addressed the topic. One of the things he pointed out is that there are around 36,000 such processing plants. Eighteen fires represented .03%. One of the more recent ones (I can’t remember the name; we don’t have them in Canada), it was their HQ that caught fire, not their warehouse facilities, so no real affect on the food processing chain. The way he put it, sometimes a fire is just a fire.

    I’m more concerned about the powers that be using things like Avian Flu or other animal illnesses to prevent people from being able to raise their own food, and forcing us to rely on government approved/controlled, large scale sources.


    • Stella says:

      I know what you mean. The company headquarters you mention is Azure Standard, and I posted about this yesterday on the General Discussion thread. I personally think that this is overblown, but it is worth discussion.

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  2. weather257 says:

    Thanks, Stella…will watch for Tucker’s take.
    All this is in addition to other increases in ‘accidental’ destruction of fertilizer plants and oil refineries. As Re-Farmer points out, there are many other alarming cases of the powers turing the screws on the populace. Here’s one article:


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