#SHTF – Store Food While You Still Can, Because 2.4 Billion People Already Do Not Have Enough

(My granny wasn’t a boy scout but she was always prepared. She always had the freezer full, the root cellar, a cave in the kudzu full of potatoes, and shelves full of canned goods that she regularly rotated. She wasn’t paranoid. She raised a yound family in Arkansas during the depression and saw how fragile ‘normal life’ was. The neighbor laughing at you today could be trying to rob you tomorrow! – DD)

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Store Food While You Still Can, Because 2.4 Billion People Already Do Not Have Enough Food As This New Global Famine Accelerates

(The Economic Collpse) – Global food supplies just keep getting even tighter, and global hunger has risen to extremely alarming levels. People on the other side of the world are literally starving to death as I write this article, but most of us in the western world simply do not care about the millions that are deeply suffering because the mainstream media hardly ever talks about what is happening. But the truth is that we are feeling the impact of this global food crisis too. As I warned my readers repeatedly, the primary way that this crisis would manifest itself in wealthy countries during the early stages would be through higher food prices, and that is precisely what we are witnessing. On Friday, I went to the grocery store and a small bag of chips that I could once buy on sale for 99 cents now has a regular price of 5.99 stamped on it. Throughout the store there were so many products that I refused to purchase because I thought that they had simply become way too expensive, but those prices are not going back down to where they once were. Food inflation is here to stay, and the entire planet is going to suffer as a result.

Unfortunately, most people simply cannot comprehend what is taking place on…

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