posted on Mar, 3 2022 @ 03:33 PM
Yep, another fertilizer production facility has mysteriously
caught on fire. This one in Sunnyside, Washington. According to the
, at "Nutrien Ag Solutions in Sunnyside, Wash. on Monday, Feb. 28, 2022 ... a fire was reported
shortly after 1 p.m."
This makes how many fertilizer production facilities that have caught fire in the US and around the world in the last year or so? Is this common and
just hadn't been reported on previously? Or is this a "new trend?"
The fire was called in early, they said; it could have been much worse. No deaths or injuries.
This after other production facilities have been damaged and shipments from Russia have been shut down. Call me a "conspiracy theorist"
, but it
seems to just fit in with the general tend that's pushing world food supplies to scarcity.
But, yeah, I'm just a crazy conspiracy theorist. I'm sure we'll all be eating from rich government provisioned tables for years to come.
edit on 2022 3 03 by incoserv because: formatting error