Global shortage of food, fuel and products about to get far worse

Mike Adams

You may have already noticed surprising shortages of food, fuel, home care products and even vehicle parts. But based on what we’ve learned over the weekend, it’s about to get far worse.

The collapse is being engineered and accelerated, and the mass deaths being caused by covid vaccines are now decimating the labor pool that runs factories and deliveries.

Making it worse, we’ve learned that half of US employers plan to push vaccine mandates on all their workers, which means the entire US workforce is about to be assaulted with a deadly biological weapon.

Notice that non-workers are subject to no such requirements. This is how Biden is murdering the productive members of society as a kind of sick, twisted purge to eliminate those who are still willing to work.

See the full story in today’s feature story by Ethan Huff.


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