From avian flus to farm explosions, it is clear that food prices for Americans won’t be decreasing anytime soon.
While inflation may have allegedly “slowed” on a macro-scale, on a micro-level, specifically in terms of certain food products, inflation remains stubbornly high.
Tellingly, inflation has afflicted animal-based products the most severely, which just happen to be the very products that militant “green” activists proclaim everyone should start to avoid.
For starters, the cost of eggs has increased exponentially, apparently due to an outbreak of avian influenza (HPAI) that has resulted in at least 58 million birds being culled.
Needless to say, this flu has guaranteed high egg prices for the next several months.
Kevin Bergquist, Wells Fargo’s Agri-Food Institute sector manager, warned about the likelihood of persistently high egg prices over the next several months in an emailed statement to Food Dive.
“Replacing that amount of egg production in the market requires shipping eggs from other providers or locations, which itself requires added freight and logistics — two items that were particularly challenged during the pandemic,” Bergquist wrote.
Yeah. Even more “challenged” now with all the train derailments occurring under Buttigieg’s non-watch.
Now, a mysterious explosion has rocked a dairy farm in Texas, killing an estimated 18,000 cows.
“Your count probably is close to that. There’s some that survived, there’s some that are probably injured to the point where they’ll have to be destroyed,” Castro County Sheriff Sal Rivera remarked.
Cue sky-high milk prices.
And, as far as the source of the explosion is concerned, all the information available now is speculation at best.
“The speculation was probably what they call a honey badger, which is a vacuum that sucks the manure and water out and possibly that it got overheated and probably the methane and things like that ignited and spread out and exploded and the fire,” Rivera mused.
Hard to say what happened.
One thing is for sure: Militant vegans sure won’t be bothered. Nor will green extremists.
Needless to say, intriguing comments proliferate at the bottom of the article.
“This was intentional…if you’ve been keeping up with the green agenda, the FDA already proposed soy, almond, and oat milk being actual milk. The green agenda will eventually phase out dairy and meat and replace it with Bill Gates and other billionaire-owned products,” one commenter remarked.
Interesting theory. Especially when said billionaires also became even wealthier (and more powerful) during the pandemic.
“America is under attack by saboteurs from within. Train derailments, food processing plant fires, 18k livestock killed in an explosion, Chinese surveillance balloons crossing the US. It’s a conspiracy theory until it isn’t,” another commenter added.
“A conspiracy until it isn’t.”
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Author: Ofelia Thornton