Turn off the TV. Throw away the newspaper. Cancel delivery. Use the New York “lying” Times newspaper for kindling in your fireplace or firepit. Laugh at CNN and the weather channel, then change the channel before they run an advertisement about some crazy pharmaceutical for your pain, which makes you blind, deaf and dumb as a side effect. Tune into natural news and get the real update on how weather is affecting your livelihood, your wallet, your longevity. At least a dozen articles are published every day on natural news, and ongoing coverage of severe weather patterns and all of their “unnatural” causes, in a realistic review that doesn’t try to “predict and lie” like the TV does. Understand what you should be doing to prepare your home, garden, farm, and storage of goods that will last through a crisis and help you stay self sufficient when the politicians of this great nation seize the BIG FOOD SUPPLY.
FOOD PRODUCTION THROWN INTO CHAOS:
Which will go dry next, organic food or GMO? Which weather crisis will it be, a great flood, a great drought, or a super freeze? Will junk food-aholics starve to death when Mikky-Dees costs $20 bucks a happy meal instead of $4? How much will fresh water, top soil and fuel cost next fall, or next winter? How much will they cost after the next weather station induced tsunami hits the recently popular U.S. east coast or the Hollywood west? Are we the next Fukushima or the next Sandy? One thing is for sure, organic food is being threatened, and more and more “preppers” and “surthrivalists” are buying up organic soil, non-GMO seeds, and water purification systems like never before. The rush is on. Something “comes this way.”
“The “latency” between the radical weather and resulting food prices is anywhere from one month (for fresh produce) to a full year (for processed, manufactured foods). This means that crazy weather patterns today might not spike food prices until next year, depending on the crops in question.”
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/040166_weather_radicalization_food_supply_freezing_temperatures.html#ixzz2SEkJSSbR