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A disturbing number of food processing and manufacturing plants have been going up in flames leading, more often than not, to completely wiping out the facilities.
The number is over 20 facility fires in less than four months of 2022.
Michael Snyder wrote for The Economic Collapse Blog that “in many of these cases, we are talking about absolutely uncontrollable fires that seemed to erupt very suddenly,” and “in many of these cases the firefighters that responded were not able to save the structures because the fires were so enormous.”
The most recent one was on April 18 when an Azure Standard vegetable and nut oils warehouse burned to the ground in Oregon.
Other April fires included a pet nutrition facility in Pennsylvania, the Taylor Farms Processing Facility in California, a beef and pork facility in New Hampshire, a fertilizer plant in Kansas, the Western Sugar Cooperative in Nebraska and Milk Specialties Global in Wisconsin.
March fires included a Walmart distribution center in Indiana, a Rio Fresh facility and Pilgrim’s Pride chicken processor in Texas, a Nestle facility in Arkansas, a Penobscot McCrum potato processor in Maine, a Conagra Grocery Products plant in Iowa, a food pantry in Arizona and a Pepsi plant in New Jersey.
February fires included a Shearer’s Food plant in Oregon, Mauston’s Wisconsin River Meats, a Louis Dreyfus Company soybean and biodiesel plant in Indiana, a fertilizer plant in North Carolina, a fertilizer storage facility in Washington and a Gavilon Grain Elevator in New Mexico.
Matt Agorist wrote for The Free Thought Project:
“To be clear, general warehouse fires are quite common. In fact, fire departments respond to more than 1,000 a year. However, the main cause of these fires is arson. What’s more, fires in food processing facilities are not that common and occur far less often.”
“To claim that all of these incidents are related would be pure speculation. But given the current supply chain situation and looming food shortages, the very idea of critical infrastructure burning to the ground for any reason, is unsettling to say the least.”
Of course, the powers that be have done everything to deepen the food crisis from the decades of money printing destroying the value of the dollar to locking the people down to urging nuclear war. It sure seems planned, doesn’t it? That’s not to say that any one of these fires was planned, but the elites certainly have been knowingly destroying economies, supply chains, food supplies around the world.
The food crises continues to get worse, and even the FBI is warning about it. The Conservative Treehouse reported on Kristalina Georgieva, managing director for the International Monetary Fund, who said: “I think we are not paying sufficient attention to the law of unintended consequences.”
“There are many indications that food shortages will soon start, from the war in Ukraine to the lockdowns in Shanghai and China, that are putting tremendous pressure on supply chains that will most certainly impact food security across the globe,” wrote Brian Shilhavy for Vaccine Impact.
The question is, are you prepared?