Although 2021 is still four months away we’re gonna take an early stab at saying what you should expect going into next year.
Many of you don’t realize that we labeled 2020, The Year of Chaos waaayyyy back in June of 2019.
Ironically (or NOT), 2020 has gone beyond our wildest expectations of how bizarre the world has become.
The good news is we truly believe that the madness we’re living through will ultimately bring Americans together again in unity and NOT the division we’re currently experiencing.
History proves that the greatest revivals always occur when darkness seems to be running rampant (Cough! Political Fear Mongering, Cough! Sponsored Riots, Hairball Cough!)
But that’s soooo 2020.
For now, let’s look at what we’ll label 2021, When Food Shortages Hit Home.
The obvious/not so obvious trend of food shortages are being caused by the cretins who’ve been trying to force their Green New World Order down everyone’s throat.
The shortages are not so obvious for most us because we live in America and it really hasn’t hit home yet.
However, the rest of the world is starting to suffer and starve. And you can rest assured the Presstitutes will do their best to keep you from hearing about it.
It’s what they do best.
One of the most accurate barometers of food shortages and/or price increases comes from listening to what women are saying about grocery shopping.
An astute shopper will recognize that bacon went from $6.99 to $9.99 a pound. And they might think it’s because of inflation.
That’s partially true.
However, the 42% increase in the price of bacon is more attributed to the millions of pigs that have been slaughtered from the fear mongering over a virus that can be destroyed by washing your hands more often.
Let’s not go there now.
This email is a heads up for what’s coming in 2021 and we’ll not only show you how to prepare for it, we’ll also show you how to profit during it.
Read the September issue of “…In Plain English.”
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