NIA Predicts Empty Store Shelves Coming to America

In Germany in 1923, banknotes were used as Wallpaper

Germany, 1923: banknotes had lost so much value they were used as wallpaper.

The National Inflation Association today issued a warning to all Americans that empty store shelves will likely be coming to America as a result of government price controls during the upcoming hyperinflationary crisis. NIA also released a video preview of what hyperinflation will look like in the U.S.

The six-minute video goes into detail about an event that took place just outside of Boston, Massachusetts in May of this year. The story was widely ignored by the national media, but NIA believes it was one of the most important news events of the first half of 2010. Although this particular crisis in Boston was due to decaying infrastructure, NIA believes a currency crisis will lead to the same type of panic on a nationwide basis in the U.S.

Citizens of Boston were able to survive their recent crisis with the help of the National Guard, but the National Guard won’t be there for all Americans during hyperinflation. 40.2 million Americans are currently living off of food stamps, but food stamps won’t have any purchasing power during hyperinflation. Remember that.

The United States’ day of reckoning is ahead. We cannot go on living with record budget deficits and accelerating national debt growth forever.

Secure your family’s future today with storable food. Buy it today while you still can.

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Empty Store Shelves Coming to America


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