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Will The "System" Break Down ?
Kong Takes A Look !
As we look around this country of ours, we are beginning to see cracks in the system, small cracks that expose us to various unpleasant consequences, maybe even death. The bureaucracy that administers a lot of public programs is always growing, but it doesn't seem to be getting any better. Government bureaucracies have only one main goal, and that is to sustain themselves. The program they administer is secondary. The bigger they get, the more mistakes they make and the more developing problems they miss.
Let's look at the government agencies responsible for safeguarding our food supply. I don't think there's much doubt in anyone's mind that food poisoning is becoming more and more of a problem. In fact, it's such a big problem now that Dr. "B" is currently writing a major work on this problem and what you can do to safeguard yourself. The more information you have, the better, because Dr. "B" says refugee diseases will make a major comeback in America, especially if we have martial law and people herded into quarantine camps.
People do not know now–a–days what refugee diseases are and how to combat them.
While the Food and Drug Administration is busy following Big Pharma's agenda of getting all vitamins and herbs off the shelves, it ignores the big cracks appearing in food safety. The biggest crack of all is the fact that government is so busy telling U.S. farmers they can't grow this, that, or the other, and taking away farmers' access to water for irrigation, it never notices that the food we don't grow here must be imported from some other country, usually one that has nonexistent standards. See below what we are talking about. Australia is getting pelted the same as America.
Here's what Bob Livingston, a newsletter writer, has to say in one of his newsletter advertisements:
"I don't want to alarm anybody, but maybe it's time for Americans to start stockpiling food. No, this is not a drill." — The Wall Street Journal, April 2008.
In good times, most Americans don't give a thought to the nation's food distribution system: They simply assume that when they go to the grocery store they'll find plenty of healthy, inexpensive, and safe food.
But as the global depression worsens and the possibility of a catastrophic terrorist attack looms, that's a dangerous assumption to make.
The truth is, the U.S. food supply system is woefully unprepared for economic turmoil. The reliability and safety of U.S. food supplies are more threatened now than at any time in history.
That's not merely because of food imports. More than 80% of fish eaten in the U.S. is imported from Asian countries (where human sewage and/or livestock manure are frequently used in fish farming). We also import a third of all fruit . . . and at least 15% of all vegetables.
More serious threats to the food supply come from the collapse of food inspection systems . . . the bankruptcy of U.S. agribusiness companies--and the breakdown of food distribution networks in the event of a massive terrorist attack or social unrest. Experts warn that a military conflict overseas could cause shortages in the nation's oil supplies, triggering a huge increase in the cost of food--and likely shortages.
It's no longer merely survivalists who are stockpiling food, either. Last year, The Wall Street Journal's Brett Arends warned that, "maybe it's time for Americans to start stockpiling food." He added, "No, this is not a drill."
Another major concern is the safety of commercial food supplies.
Many Americans are unaware that some foreign nations, until recently, banned the import of U.S. beef products due to fears that mad cow disease may be rampant in American cattle.
Others insist that commercial food manufacturers cut so many safety corners to save money and boost profits—such as pumping beef and poultry full of antibiotics and steroid growth hormones—that many American food products are already unsafe.
Folks, let this remind you of just one reason why you are planting your vegetable garden and getting your own backyard flock of hens started.
One system that's been on all our minds recently is the financial system. We almost, we are told, had a total systemic breakdown last September, and some of us are still wondering if President Obama's massive stimulus plan is going to resurrect the system or finish it off once and for all.
Dr. Gary North, economic historian, does not think the FDIC will be allowed to go broke and create gridlock in the banking system, although he does think it could happen if certain things occur, like a biological warfare attack on two American cities. If a systemic breakdown should occur, he says, then it's Katy-bar-the-door. Here's what he has to say on the members-only portion of his website, in a piece entitled:
"The Implications of a Busted F.D.I.C." August 6, 2009
More losses lie ahead as the real estate market continues down.
If Dodd's bill is rejected when bank wire transfers threaten 305 banks, there will be a rush of withdrawals/transfers. Hundreds of banks will fail. No other banks will buy them.
Then the run on currency will begin. The money supply will shrink. At that point, only the Federal Reserve can save the banking system. Maybe.
If the real bank run begins, people will not be able to get currency. The ATMs will run dry. The FED can restrict currency withdrawals. The head of the FED will meet with leaders in both branches of Congress and tell them the banks will fail. Congress will pass the bailout bill before this happens.
If I am correct, then no one needs currency, except to conduct paperless transactions. You use currency to buy privacy. Nothing wrong with that.
If the banking system goes into gridlock, which a widespread bank run of either kind develops, millions of people will die. Literally. Martial law will be declared. The military will have to supervise all truck deliveries into cities. It can't. The deliveries will stop.
The system runs on credit. There will be none. The credit card machines will register, "Account denied."
No gasoline deliveries. No commuting to work. No food deliveries.
Then what? Will the FED somehow fill up every bank's empty funds account? Then the runs will end, and mass inflation will begin. You don't want to be in currency then.
What good will currency be if truck deliveries cease?
What good will gold coins be?
Ammo, yes. But for how long?
The division of labor keeps us alive. If the digital payments system goes into gridlock, we're dead.
I do not forecast a complete gridlock, although it is possible. It could happen in the aftermath of a coordinated attack on several cities using biological weapons. Butthe only hedge against this is living down a country road alongside independent, God-fearing, armed neighbors. They had better trust you.
Currency in a city will buy you a few supplies until the shelves are empty. Better to buy the supplies now and not go to the store.
Looks to me like there's a systemic breakdown coming, and it doesn't matter much whether it's our nation's food supply system, our food safety system, or our banking system. A catastrophic failure of any one of these is going to result in empty grocery store shelves, or shelves full of items that are too expensive for us to buy.
It won't be long before it will be too late to prepare. Store food, dig your garden, and built your hen house now. Tomorrow may be too late.
And still, Americans are so naive, they allow their kids to have "food fights." What does this teach children about food?
And now...from down under (Australia). It's also affecting us too. Nick Maine writes about things the regular media won't write about. He dispenses information. The following is not pretty.
Dangerous imnported (sic) foods
Some countries have no laws relating to food production
Bring back tarrif protection and protect Australian manufactured products
DO NOT BUY FOOD PROCESSED IN CHINA , HONG KONG , VIETNAM AND THAILAND !!! no food inspection!!!
Have a taste for chicken tenders? READ THIS
WATCH WHAT YOU BUY. ESPECIALLY HIGHLINER FISH PRODUCTS; all come from China , even though the box says ' product of Canada', it is from China and 'processed' in Canada, that is, the coating is added and packaged in Canada only! The fish are raised in pens using chemicals that are banned here in Canada as cancer causing but legal in China . This was exposed on CBC TV's Marketplace.
This one will make you think before buying anything from China .
BUY YOUR FOOD AT WAL-MART?
Well, are you enjoying seeing Chinese food popping up in your supermarket left and right? Have you noticed you can't buy a single package of fish that isn't made in China (or Vietnam )? Do you think your food from China is processed in a sanitary manner, and thus safe to eat? Take a look at this!!
REMEMBER WAL-MART is one of the LARGEST BUYERS OF CHINESE PRODUCTS.
THINK ABOUT IT. These undercover enclosed pictures speak a thousand words. Avoid buying all processed food packaged in China Anything goes! We just don't know what else is in those packages. Unlike in the U.S. And CANADA , China does not have laws regulating food processing.
Basically, do not buy any processed food from China, also Hong Kong , too. MANY companies are using a Hong Kong address to avoid this type of image reputation.
Early dawn, starts the day by riding around to collect dead chickens.
Asking around for dead chickens.
Total of 5 riders are hired by the boss to ride to farms to buy dead chickens.
A dead chicken cost 1 RMB and would be sold at 9 RMB after processing.
Storage for the dead chickens in the court yard.
Carcasses are thrown everywhere.
And on the floor....
Four employees start de-feathering the dead fowl after soaking in boiling water from a rusty wok.
Enduring the pungent odor, but sometime, it get so terrible that even the most experienced of the workers would puke.
Workers rushing to get the chickens de-feathered.
A discarded bath tub being used to soak the bare skin dead chickens.... The contaminated water would have accelerated the decomposition process.
Wearing slippers walking among the chickens before the coloring processing.
After the color dye, its creepy to find that they are quite tenderized.
And now presenting the mouth watering Charcoal Roasted Chicken!
Send to as many people as possible. Do NOT buy food originating in China (or Vietnam or Thailand)! Take the time to read the labels and look for country of origin! STOP BUYING ANYTHING FROM CHINA . PERIOD!
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