Top 3 Prep Questions with Anita Bailey, Ph.D: COLD TIMES, Preparing for the Mini Ice Age

Dr. Anita Bailey, author of COLD TIMES: Preparing for the Mini Ice Age, joins Christian again to look at the TOP 3 most frequently asked questions about preparing: (1) best growing method for beginners, (2) how to prepare in the city,…

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Canada’s Carbon Tax At Work: Final Straw for Agriculture?

A Canadian grain processor recently shared her LPG bill — demonstrating the new Federal Carbon Tax in action: 22% ! Imagine your operational overhead suddenly jumping up for imaginary reasons…family farms cannot survive this onslaught! See the bill in question, and…

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AUSTRALIA: BURNED ON THE ALTAR OF GLOBAL WARMING

Over 10 million hectares of Australia have burned, including much crop and ranch land. “The wildfires will get worse, and they will make believers out of you climate deniers!” The establishment is keeping Jerry Brown’s promise, burning over 10 million hectares…

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Precious Food, More Crime: Chinese Gangs vs. Pig Farmers

As food prices rise, perceptions of food are shifting to see it as precious once again. Chinese gangs are using drones to spread ASF — but pig farmers are fighting back. The onion crisis is escalating in India — extended report…

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Nations Scramble for Food — Shortages Blamed on “Nationalism”

As food prices rise, some nations are scrambling to secure food for their people. Meanwhile, calls for more “global governance” to mitigate risk of food shock are accompanied by media pieces that outright blame nationalism, Putin, and Trump for global food…

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IT IS BEGUN: Corn Shortage Brazil – Food Scarcity Means Submit to Greta

Brazil meatpackers warn of corn shortages in 2020 — this is unlike greens or vegetables, as corn is a STAPLE for people and livestock — and Christian warns that the global warming agenda is shifting: as the world’s food supply is…

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A DAY’S WAGES: Farms “Like Lambs To The Slaughter” – Grand Solar Minimum

As damages from the flooding in US Midwest surpass $5.3 billion — affecting farmers across the nation — and more flooding is expected in 2020, it is time to step back and take stock of what is happening. The war on…

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