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Does anyone think that the labor shortages, supply issues, shutdowns, business bankruptcies, and runaway inflation are going to lesson anytime soon? What are the chances it gets worse? I think the chances it gets worse are pretty damned high.
These problems will directly lead into food shortages, rationing, skyrocketing cost, and finally Famine. Most or many roads lead here.
originally posted by: DAVG1980
a reply to: AccessDenied
I told my mum last year to start stocking up on canned food, have 3 months supply always and rotate to the front as used. I don't have a supply, however I live nxt to the sea, and iam slaughterman in a world of rabbits and deer... As well as being ex army and still in my prime. But inner cities would be worst hit. I live in the outskirts but its congested enough to see the animals turn wild
If there's no food there's nobody working, everybody has one thing in mind, I need to feed my family....
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If supermarkets don't get deliveries you have famine