Grocery Stores Shelves Full – But You Can’t Afford To Buy Food

U.S. Dollar is crashing and you can't afford to buy food

U.S. Dollar is crashing and you can’t afford to buy food

The net effect of a rapidly-falling U.S. Dollar combined with skyrocketing inflation is hyperinflation. This fall of the U.S. Dollar is helped along by the Federal Reserve buying up U.S. Treasury debt. They have to buy it because no other countries want it. That my friends will result in hyperinflation in the coming future.

What hyperinflation means to you and me is this:

          The price of everything we buy, including food, will skyrocket

This is a different scenario than when we talk about the aftermath of a disaster. Here, the grocery store shelves will be emptied in short order. Either from everyone panicking and buying up the grocery store items, or from supply trucks not being able to get in to restock the store.

With hyperinflation, there is plenty of food and water for everyone, it’s just no one can afford to buy it. Prices have gotten so high, so fast, that groceries are too expensive to buy.

You can avoid both of these scenarios by not leaving your family’s future to chance.

Store food and water for your family today!

Feed a family for four for 1.5 months

 

Unified Quest: Military Training for Food Riots and Civil Unrest

Unified Quest: Military trains for food riots and civil unrest

Unified Quest: Military trains for food riots and civil unrest

The U.S Dollar has collapsed. There are runs on grocery stores, gas stations, and retail stores. There are gangs of people going through neighborhoods on a stealing spree similar to New Orleans during Katrina.

These are some of the elements the US military is looking at in a war games scenario known as Unified Quest 2011, created to test the event of a economic collapse in the U.S.

This is outlined in an article entitled “Army Officials Think Through The What-Ifs Of A ‘Global Economic Collapse.”

          If the U.S. Government is preparing for Economic Collapse, why aren’t you?

That’s why we advocate so strongly for people to store food and water.

Store food and water for your family while you still have time!

Feed a family of 4 for 1.5 months

 

Pentagon Is Training for Food Riots in the U.S.

The Pentagon is Training for Food Riots in the U.S.

The Pentagon is Training for Food Riots in the U.S.

Alaska Army National Guard Soldiers assist Anchorage Police to calm or detain rioters as part of the
training scenario of exercise “Vigilant Guard.” One actor is holding a sign saying, “FOOD NOW!”

The Pentagon is training for food riots, economic collapse, and civil unrest in the US. Why are they training?

The cost of food has climbed 25 percent over the previous year, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization figures, after Chinese demand strengthened and Russia’s worst drought in a half-century has devastated grain crops.

Here is another bombshell. In the fall of 2010, Pastor Lindsey Williams reported that Janet Napolitano told a mutual friend of theirs that,

          “something big was going to happen and they should store food and water for six months.”

We are faced with two facts:

  1. The Pentagon is training for food riots
  2. The head of Homeland Security has said to store food and water for six months.

Many economists now agree that economic collapse is coming to the US. If this happens, the government will not be able to supply food for everyone. That is why YOU are the only one that can provide for YOUR family.

Live up to your responsibility and store food and water for your family now, while you still have time.

Freeze Dried Food is your answer.

Feed a family of four for 1.5 months

 

Americans Trample Each Other to Get Cheap Foreign-Made Junk

Americans trample each other on Black Friday - Will they trample each other to get food?

Americans will trample each other to get cheap foreign-made junk

Will they trample each other to get food?

As Black Friday of the 2010 Christmas season clearly demonstrated, Americans are willing to trample one another to get the best deals on cheap foreign-made plastic junk. God forbid there should ever be an economic collapse in this country because:

          “Imagine what they’ll do when the U.S. Dollar collapses and they have to buy food.”

Signs of an impending economic collapse are all around, but if you aren’t clear on what is happening, just look at this screencap from CNBC which shows what the US Army is doing:

The US Army is making preparations for civil unrest

The Army does not prepare for something like this unless there is a very good reason. So, the question you should be asking is,

         “What do they know that you don’t know?”

I have spoken to many local servicemen in my area and have been told that many are storing food and water for their families. If they are, why aren’t you?

Store food and water for your family today, while you still have time.

Feed a family of four for 1.5 months

 

How Much Food Should I Store for an Emergency?

National Terror Alert Response Center recommends two weeks of food

National Terror Alert Response Center recommends two weeks of food

The question everyone always asks is, “How much food should I store?” Well, let’s look at that.

It is universally agreed that 72 hours is the minimum amount of food and water you should have on hand for each person. What’s funny is that even the branches of government don’t agree on this issue.

The National Terror Alert Response Center recommends this:

“Even though it is unlikely that an emergency would cut off your food supply
for two weeks, you should prepare a supply that will last that long.”

If you have a family of four and you don’t think two weeks of food is enough, then you could choose a larger amount of food.

Here are links to different sizes of freeze dried food supplies from Mountain House food. Click the one you are interested in and purchase it:

Feed one person for 72 hours

Feed one person for 7 days

Feed one person for 14 days

Feed one person for 45 days

Feed four people for 1.5 months

Feed four people for 3 months