Food shortage – by design | Columnists


How many American presidents in modern history have announced “food shortages” before they happened? The answer is only President Biden.

Yes, our country experienced massive shortages during the Great Depression; however, they were not predicted or announced PRIOR to the issue. It was only after the stock market crash that they followed.

Here we have a different scenario. A sitting US president has information considered so reliable that the public deserves to be “warned” of dwindling food supplies. Wouldn’t that be the information we would keep secret, because we wouldn’t want the public to panic or start hoarding? Journalist Mike Gonzales has written about so-called “food shortages” being used as a weapon by the left to promote the expansion of the welfare state.

My recent post dealt with a patient’s observation that the government was encouraging farmers and ranchers not to produce and destroy their crops and livestock. Although I can’t confirm it, we now have some other disturbing information that suggests it might be true. There may be a plan of our government to create a food shortage.

First, a food bank in Maricopa County, Arizona recently and mysteriously caught fire destroying some 50,000 pounds of food. The timing was also suspicious for arson as it happened just 15 minutes after Maricopa’s food pantry closed on a Monday morning.

Dr Benjamin Braddock posted a number of these unusual food-related fires on Twitter. There was a massive fire at a food processing plant in Salinas. Installing product for Taylor Farms.

Dr. Ben Braddock reports at least a dozen other suspicious fires targeting similar facilities – Smithfield Foods, Deli Star Meat, Hot Pockets, Tyson Poultry, Bonanza Meat, Mair-Rite Steak, JBS Beef, McCrum Potato, Kellogg’s and Cargill- Nutrina.

Braddock reports on an explosion that destroyed a large fertilizer plant in North Carolina on February 1, 2022.

Finally, he reports that Taiwan may experience similar unexplained fires coincidentally targeting food facilities.

Interestingly, any resulting food shortage will likely and officially be blamed on Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. After all, Ukraine is known as the breadbasket of the world and the war has strangled its agricultural production. But, of course, Putin, Biden’s scapegoat for everything, also took responsibility for skyrocketing gasoline prices and unprecedented inflation.

But if we take a closer look, it starts to look more and more like the World Economic Forum and the Great Reset agenda. The WEF is founded on technocracy and “stakeholder capitalism,” a fanciful term for fascism, the fusion of government and corporatism in totalitarian control over the average citizen.

The WEF is the elite oligarchy pulling the strings of our various prime ministers and presidents and orchestrating woke ideology, climate change, pandemics, wars and now concocted food shortages to create a scenario where citizens will embrace global control – to the point where we will all be happy just surviving, but owning nothing, by 2030.

Is it possible that our own government is betraying us?

Is it possible that the United States of America, the envy of the world, has been so infiltrated by financial interests that it turns around and devours its young – all for the benefit of a few elites who control the money, media and narrative?

Once again, we call on all Americans and freedom-loving citizens to wake up and spread the word. Now is not the time for panic, but for action to defeat unjust laws, for action to elect new congressmen and senators, and for action to defeat censorship in any way possible. Now, not later, is the time for everyone to speak up.

Dr. Justus R. Hope, pseudonym of the writer, graduated summa cum laude from Wabash College where he was named Lilly Scholar. He attended Baylor College of Medicine where he graduated from medical school. He completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of California Irvine Medical Center. He is board certified and has taught at the University of California Davis Medical Center in the departments of Family Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He has practiced medicine for over 35 years and maintains a private practice in Northern California.


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