America!  We Are Foodies!  How Bad Will Food Shortages Get?!

America! We Are Foodies! How Bad Will Food Shortages Get?!

                                                                                               By Jeanette Vale

I am eating Sunflower Seeds as I type this blog.  I cracked open a shell  and the seed flew out, landing on the carpet.  I worked hard for that seed.  I’m sad, what a loss.  It would’ve been yummy.  

It reminds me of the freebie seeds that I find in the bag.  I love those!  A bonus seed, like when Comedian Jim Gaffigan finds that one long bonus-fry at the bottom of his McDonalds bag.   “How’d I miss you?!”  He asks incredulously.  And then he tells the french-fry that it will have its own ketchup packet.  

These bonus Sunflower seeds make me happy.  They are already unshelled,  salty, and perfect.   

Seed, you are mine, Nom nom.  It's like winning the lottery.  I didn't have to work for you!  Somehow you taste better than the others!  Seed, you get your very own ‘slow-chew’ as I close my eyes.  We will savor this moment, seed.

Food can change our state. 

A person who geeks out on food is called a “Foodie”.  We are all foodie’s.  Even newborn babes are.  They’ve not experienced five seconds of life, but come eatin’ time, they know the assignment.

Food in the Sky

I don’t get out much, but I once got to fly to Ireland, tagging along with my husband.  Anticipating that many hours in a heavy plane at  35,000 feet above ground made me anxious.

But then something amazing happened.  

We flew  ‘business class’, a first for me.   Within a few minutes the stewardess brought me a warm chocolate chip cookie and a cold glass of milk.  

I was not expecting this.

I looked up dumbfounded and my eyes asked,  “Are you kidding me?!”

She also handed me a warm wet towelette that smelled like fresh lemons.  

I am normally accustomed to economy class; being told to sit down, which I do, and then I tuck my arms in tight, so as not to touch others and I cross my eyes for the duration.  I, too, know the assignment.  So when I’m suddenly living at a higher level, things surprise me.

Some time later she returned with a cup of salted giant cashews so big they made my neck pillow jealous.   Someone is serving me num nums on the flow!  

I turned to my husband and told him that I was totally okay if the plane crashed and I died.  Food made me that happy. 

Fast forward to 2022

when I hear of food shortages, I don’t smile.  “Them’s fightin’ words!”  I am addicted to food  (and I'd die without it) and if there is a thought that I won’t have food-- that  messes with my mind.

Sometimes I diet, which is a self-inflicted food shortage.  It ain’t pretty.  You better watch out when I diet.   I rip doors off their hinges and eat them (but I think they’re like two Weight Watcher points).  

It’s one thing to do that to myself, but when there is talk of a 'Great Reset'  being implemented in society by unelected wealthy globalists,  I can’t help but wonder if the ‘food shortages’ are a part of it. 

How can they even pull that off?  But it seems like they are taking aggressive measures to try. 

How much wheat does America produce?  According to,  In 2018-19 we produced 51.29 million metric tons of wheat.  We rank fifth on a global scale for producing this commodity.  What if someone could control much of the farmlands of America?

This is Nick Estes, a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe and he holds a PhD in American Studies from the University of New Mexico.  He comments on the incredible farm land purchasing done by Bill Gates, who is an agenda contributor to the World Economic Forum. 

"In total, Gates owns approximately 242,000 acres of farmland with assets totaling more than $690 million.  To put that into perspective, that's nearly the size of Hong Kong and twice the acreage of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe..."

So what is the big deal if Bill Gates owns that much farmland?  Well....we are about to see the significance of this, especially if the goal is to move us, the masses, into a new world.  

Nick continues in The Guardian article,  "Our era is dominated by the ultra-rich, the climate crisis and a burgeoning green capitalism. And Bill Gates’ new book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster positions himself as a thought leader in how to stop putting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and how to fund what he has called elsewhere a “global green revolution” to help poor farmers mitigate climate change. What expertise in climate science or agriculture Gates possesses beyond being filthy rich is anyone’s guess".

The argument for climate change will have new laws governing the land.

In the name of safety and health, we have had our meat supply, poultry, cattle, pigs and such, butchered and bulldozed under, by the tens of thousands, these animals are dying in horrific ways as they do this.

America is getting an overhaul.  The Covid-19 Crisis has opened the door for the Great Reset. We will not own anything and we will be happy about it.  What shall we eat?  Bugs.  This is actually their plan.  You can hear them talk about it in their own words.  Just do a search on The Covid-19 Reset.  

It's time to store some food, my dear foodies.  There is no guarantee that it will help as we are up against fat wallets that want their way with us.  But it's worth a try to store something for the lean times ahead.

Step on, prep on and hold onto your butts.  Come visit our freeze dried food section.



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