Hmmmmm......Another Food Factory Fire.

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The dots are almost self-connecting. First we had Event 201, a pandemic planning drill co-sponsored by John Hopkins, The World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that was conducted on October 18, 2019 shortly before the outbreak of Covid.


Lately there have a series of fires at US food processing and distribution facilities.

This suspiciously follows a 2015 Food Chain Crisis involving 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, Center for American Progress, Center for Naval Analysis and certain major food producing corporations like Cargill. The drill covered the period 2020 - 2030 and resulted in a Global Carbon Tax.




 
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The dots are almost self-connecting. First we had Event 201, a pandemic planning drill co-sponsored by John Hopkins, The World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that was conducted on October 18, 2019 shortly before the outbreak of Covid.


Lately there have a series of fires at US food processing and distribution facilities.

This suspiciously follows a 2015 Food Chain Crisis involving 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, Center for American Progress, Center for Naval Analysis and certain major food producing corporations like Cargill. The drill covered the period 2020 - 2030 and resulted in a Global Carbon Tax.






This suspiciously follows a 2015 Food Chain Crisis involving 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, Center for American Progress, Center for Naval Analysis and certain major food producing corporations like Cargill. The drill covered the period 2020 - 2030 and resulted in a Global Carbon Tax.

You forget to mention George Soros!
 
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This suspiciously follows a 2015 Food Chain Crisis involving 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, Center for American Progress, Center for Naval Analysis and certain major food producing corporations like Cargill. The drill covered the period 2020 - 2030 and resulted in a Global Carbon Tax.

You forget to mention George Soros!
This conspiracy is all spelled out on Hunter’s laptop!
 
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This conspiracy is all spelled out on Hunter’s laptop!

^^^^^^^^^
Deflection

This is statistically reasonable, or it is not statistically reasonable. It would be totally irresponsible not to raise the question.

Your response is typical of a party that wants to keep heads in the sand.

We want the truth, wherever that leads.
 

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^^^^^^^^^
Deflection

This is statistically reasonable, or it is not statistically reasonable. It would be totally irresponsible not to raise the question.

Your response is typical of a party that wants to keep heads in the sand.

We want the truth, wherever that leads.
It’s irresponsible not to question whether some global cabal is purposely burning down food plants?

Good lord you people really are nuts.
 

KnightWhoSaysNit

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It’s irresponsible not to question whether some global cabal is purposely burning down food plants?

Good lord you people really are nuts.

Nobody here is claiming that it is "some global cabal."

If it is a statistical outlier it is definitely worth bringing to light as abnormal. Nothing wrong with speculating when there are terrorists in this country. Your political party has made it easy for them to get in and operate.
 

NJPSU

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Nobody here is claiming that it is "some global cabal."

If it is a statistical outlier it is definitely worth bringing to light as abnormal. Nothing wrong with speculating when there are terrorists in this country. Your political party has made it easy for them to get in and operate.
That’s exactly what he’s implying. He mentions the World Economic Forum and the Gates Foundation in the original post.
 

KnightWhoSaysNit

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That’s exactly what he’s implying. He mentions the World Economic Forum and the Gates Foundation in the original post.

Really? Or is he possibly implying that something is taking advantage of a situation at a time when it is being highlighted as critical by Gates and others?

The 911 attackers went after the WTC because they believed it was the center for western commerce.
 

NJPSU

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Really? Or is he possibly implying that something is taking advantage of a situation at a time when it is being highlighted as critical by Gates and others?

The 911 attackers went after the WTC because they believed it was the center for western commerce.
I watch a lot of right wing and prepper you tube videos and yes they are implying a global cabal is doing these things.
 

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The dots are almost self-connecting. First we had Event 201, a pandemic planning drill co-sponsored by John Hopkins, The World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that was conducted on October 18, 2019 shortly before the outbreak of Covid.


Lately there have a series of fires at US food processing and distribution facilities.

This suspiciously follows a 2015 Food Chain Crisis involving 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, Center for American Progress, Center for Naval Analysis and certain major food producing corporations like Cargill. The drill covered the period 2020 - 2030 and resulted in a Global Carbon Tax.





Trilateral commission? Rothchilds? Masons? TPC?
 
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We also EXPORT more than we…IMPORT by $10-$20billion.
I don't disagree, the problem is what and when we import. The good news is its growing season so most fruits and veggies are domestic. The bad news is, a lot of farmers can't afford or get fertilizer. I can tell you right now, that turkey sandwiches could be in short supply. I'm being allocated 40% of normal. Butterball currently appears to be in the worst shape, some of their products aren't available until September.

Fresh chicken is through the roof(except for wings-lowest levels in over a year). I'm hearing a lot of people say beef is up, but I'm not seeing it on the wholesale side(yet)
 

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