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America Witnesses the Dismantling of the Food Industry One Tragedy at a Time
Revelations breed Revolutions where Truth becomes stranger than fiction, and it is during these times of good vs. evil ⏤ man has to live in the fight or flight mode for what seems to be eternity these last many years.
Yet, in reality, man is awakening from a deep slumber to see the shadows’ evil agenda unfold as this nefarious agenda was planned centuries ago by the architects of demise.
The unleashing of the COVID-19 ambush challenged and transformed every aspect of humanity’s belief system, from the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat.
One of the latest anomalies to emerge during this time frame is the bizarre set of circumstances or tragedies that have occurred to the American Food Industry through fire, explosions, or other unforeseen chains of events.
President Joe Biden himself mentioned a peculiar yet prophetic insight while speaking at NATO headquarters in Brussels on March 24, 2022, warning that the threat of American food shortages was coming.
> Biden Warns Americans a Food Shortage is Coming (townhall.com)
It’s an evil act to control the people’s food, and when you do, you control the people.
We are reminded of the 2021 subsidized checks the American farmers had received when the Biden administration ordered them to dump their dairy products and get rid of their crops as well as some of their cattle during this COVID 2021 time frame.
It’s become a great mystery how numerous food and processing plants around the country have become destroyed by fire; it makes one render the thought,
Let’s not forget about the 2021 Food Subsidies that farmers had to destroy their own products, cattle, and dairy to receive revenue and the sinister politics of Bill Gates owning America’s largest percentage of private farmland, of America’s farmland estimated to be about 269,000 acres.
Over the past decade, Gates’ invested in private acreage extending across 18 states, from Washington to Florida, while nonfarmers own about 283 million acres of farmland throughout the United States.
Is our American food supply under the weaponization of domestic and/or foreign terrorists? Let’s connect the dots. In the months of July and April 2022, Over twenty-five food and fertilizer plants alone, as well as storage buildings across the United States, have been destroyed by fire and explosions.
Exploring the findings as follows:
– May 28, 2022 – Forsman Farms, located in Howard Lake, Minnesota, experienced a massive fire destroying the poultry building containing nearly 200,000 chickens. This commercial Forsman egg farm cares for millions of hens and sells over three million eggs per day, and is among the nation’s largest distributors. Cause of fire unknown.
– April 21, 2022 – General Mills Plant, located in Covington, Ga, due to an airplane crash into an empty lot at a General Mills plant.
– April 18, 2022 – Azure Standard Headquarters, located in Dufur, Oregon, experienced a fire. Azure Standard is a premier and independent distributor of organic and healthy foods. Cause of fire unknown.
– April 13, 2022 – Taylor Farms, located in Salinas, California, experienced a fire. Taylor Farms is a major supplier of fruits & vegetables. More than 100 firefighters were needed to contain the plant’s blaze and concerns of an ammonia explosion. Taylor Farms employs nearly 22,000 employees and has a network of 20 facilities across the U.S. Cause of fire unknown.
– April 13, 2022 – Gem State Processing, located in Heyburn, Idaho, experienced an airplane crash. An experienced UPS pilot crashed into the roof of the potato and food processing plant. This facility sources 18,000 acres of Idaho potatoes
– April 11, 2022 – East Conway Beef and Pork, located in Conway, New Hampshire, experienced a massive fire that destroyed the meat market and butcher shop. Cause of fire unknown.
– March 31, 2022 – Rio-Fresh Onion Warehouse, located in San Juan, Texas. This third-generation family farming experienced a massive fire that overtook the 100,000 sq foot new fresh onion packing facility. This is considered the state’s largest producer of sweet onions, kale, cabbage, melons, and greens. Cause unknown.
– March 28, 2022 – Maricopa Food Pantry, located in Maricopa, Arizona, experienced a fire. Reported that this twenty-one-year-old food pantry fed 1,200 families and that 50,000 pounds of food were destroyed by fire. Cause unknown.
– March 24, 2022 – Penobscot McCrum Potato Processing Facility, located in Belfast, Maine; this massive fire broke out due to the fryolator machines.
– March 16, 2022 – Walmart Fulfillment Center, located in Plainfield, Indiana, experienced a fire in its 1.2 million sq. ft. warehouse. Cause of fire unknown.
-March 16, 2022 – Nestle Jonesboro plant, located in Jonesboro, AK; an explosion and massive fire broke out; this plant produces frozen foods for Lean Cuisine, Stouffer’s, Tombstone, Digiorno, Hot Pockets, and Sweet Earth brands. Employees 800. Cause of fire unknown.
-February 28, 2022 – Nutrein Ag Solutions, located in Sunnyside, WA, a massive fire broke out at this 18,000 ft fertilizer facility. The cause of the fire they believe was mechanical.
– February 28, 2022 – Shadow Brook Farm and Dutch Girl Creamery, located in Lincoln, NE; the fire is believed to have been accidental and electrical in nature.
– February 22, 2022 – Shearer’s Foods, located in Oregon, experienced a massive Boiler explosion, and a fire destroyed the potato chip plant. It employed 250.
– February 19, 2022 – Lincoln Premium Poultry, located in Fremont, NE; This company supplies COSTCO with chicken products. The cause of the fire was an ammonia leak.
– February 18, 2022 – Bess View Farm, located in St. Albans, VT; the cause of the fire is unknown.
– February 16, 2022 – Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC), located in Claypool, IN, is the largest soybean and biodiesel processing plant in the U.S. The cause of the fire is unknown.
– February 15, 2022 – Bonanza Meat Co, located in El Paso, Tx, experienced a fire
– February 3, 2002 – Percy Dairy Farm, located in Stowe, VT, a fire killed over 100 cows; the cause of the fire is unknown at this time.
– February 3, 2022 – Wisconsin River Meats, located in Wisconsin; after thirty years in business, livestock was rescued, but the cause of the fire is unknown.
– February 1, 2022 – Harper’s Market Poultry Plant, located in Hamilton Mountain, the cause of the fire is unknown.
– January 31, 2022 – Fertilizer Plant, located in Winston Salem, NC. About 6,500 people were under evacuation after a fire and explosion broke out at this fertilizer plant. Cause of fire unknown.
– January 20, 2022 – Potato Plant, located in Warden, Washington, after a malfunction with a dehydration unit caught on fire.
– January 13, 2022 – Cargill Nutrena Feed Mill, located in Louisiana, experienced an explosion and fire. The 140,000-ton mill manufactures feed for pet food, equine beef, aquaculture, poultry, dairy, and wild game industries. Cause of fire unknown.
– January 2, 2022 – Van Drunen Farms, located in Momence, Illinois, is a frozen food manufacturing plant. No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire unknown.
– December 12, 2021 – West Side Food Processing Plant, located in San Antonio, Tx, experienced a fire. Suffered over 100,000 in damages to food supplies. Cause of fire unknown.
– November 29, 2021 – Maid-Rite Steak Company, located in Lackawanna County, PA, experienced explosions and fire. This company is the largest independent producer of USDA-inspected frozen meats in the United States.
– November 15, 2021 – Garrard County Food Pantry, located in Lancaster, KY, the fire destroyed a supply of over a million pounds of food that would have fed hundreds of people for several years. Arson was at play.
– September 12, 2021 – JBS USA, located in Grand Island, Nebraska, experienced a fire as eerie as the Tyson meat processing plant fire in Holcomb, Kansas, in 2019. Both meat plants processed about 6,000 heads per day. Cause of fire unknown.
-August 23, 2021 – Patak Meat Processing Facility, located in Austell, Ga, experienced a fire. This family-owned company specializes in fine European meats and sausages with customers across the U.S. Cause of the fire is not determined.
-July 30, 2021 – Tyson River Valley Ingredients Plant, located in Hanceville, AL; The 121,000 sq ft plant serviced poultry processors in Alabama and neighboring states by breaking down and cooking leftover chicken parts into fats and proteins for animal feed and pet food. Cause of fire unknown.
– July 25, 2021 – Kellogg Company, located in Memphis, Tennessee, produces breakfast food products for over 180 countries worldwide. A three-alarm fire broke out where a total of 63 fire rescue and ems teams with 170 emergency personnel responded to the call. The cost of one million dollars is estimated due to an accidental fire when a conveyor belt malfunctioned and ignited combustibles within a rice dryer machine.
– January 12, 2021 – Deli Star Meat Plant, located in Fayetteville, Illinois, cause of fire unknown.
– August 9, 2019 – Tyson Foods Beef Plant, located in Holcomb, Kansas. Tyson Foods operates six plants in Kansas, employing more than 5,600 people, and is one of the world’s largest food companies and a recognized leader in protein.
The aftermath of these unexplained fires over the past couple of years has more Americans prepping and growing their own food sources.
Maybe the Amish have the right idea; they put God as the center of their belief system; they live simply and farm their own food; educate their own children; their medicines come from herbs, plants, and a holistic approach, whereas big pharma is not a part of their culture.
Looking back in a pattern of retrospect, let’s not forget how the Biden administration paid farmers to destroy their crops, as well as destroy some of their animals and dump their milk and dairy in 2021, or these farmers would not capitalize on their government subsidies.
Are these fires, explosions, and tragedies of our America’s food industries just a series of coincidences, or is there a real catastrophic threat upon this nation in the form of political demise?
Until “We the People” take a grass-roots approach within our own communities within all fifty states, we will find ourselves totally bankrupt of all the greatness this country was fortified upon.
“There will come a time when only those who know how to plant will be eating.” Chief Oren Lyons.
Imager: Nearly 100 firefighters from 22 fire units across Monterey County respond to a four-alarm fire at Taylor Farms’ food production facility in Salinas. (Salinas Police Department)
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