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Geico recently announced that Linda Sarsour would be speaking at its diversity event "celebrating Middle Eastern and North African Heritage Month." Following a backlash due to Sarsour's antisemitism, Geico canceled and condemned Sarsour. David Wood discusses the issue. For the Washington Examiner article quoted in this video ("Geico cancels event with Linda Sarsour after backlash from Jewish groups"), click here: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/po...

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What’s With All the Food Processing Plants Blowing Up Lately?


SEE: https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/jeff-reynolds/2022/04/23/whats-with-all-the-food-processing-plants-blowing-up-lately-n1591921;

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A weird trend has emerged over the past few months that seems statistically unlikely. A number of factories, logistical centers, and food processing plants have caught fire or exploded, including two that had planes crash on them. More and more people have noticed and wondered about the trend on social media. Of course, this has caused the conspiracy theorists to come out in force, so one must make a sober assessment without jumping to conclusions. But man, this is weird. With all the negative pressures on our economy and supply chains, and even Joe Biden talking about global food shortages over the next several months, one has to wonder what’s going on here.

One large logistics center going up in flames is enough to sit up and take notice. That happened at a Walmart distribution center in Indianapolis on March 21, requiring over 350 firefighters to extinguish:

Around 1,000 employees were inside a Walmart Fulfillment Center in Plainfield, near Indianapolis, Wednesday afternoon when a fire broke out.

Crews battled the blaze as the fire sent large plumes of smoke into the air, visible from miles away.

By Friday, Plainfield Fire Territory Fire Chief Brent Anderson said the fire was out, although crews moving debris are still suppressing hot spots.

“We are working our 50th hour since this event started at about noon on Wednesday,” Anderson said.

A second Walmart Fulfillment Center is located next to one that caught fire. The second building closed Wednesday and remained closed Thursday due to its proximity to the burning building.

The facility that caught fire is about 1.2 million square feet, about the size of 20 football fields. Fire crews had the fire contained to the first Walmart fulfillment Center building, officials said.

A fire of that size is big enough to cause temporary, localized disruptions in an already stressed supply chain. Reviewing media reports going back six months, a larger trend emerges.

Is there a coordinated attack on our food processing plants? There have been too many "accidents" in the last month to not start to think it…

— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) April 22, 2022

An explosion caused significant damage at Shearer’s Foods in Hermiston, Ore. in February, leaving seven workers injured. In April, a Salinas, Calif. food processing plant suffered a large fire that threatened to cause an ammonia explosion, leading to local evacuations.

A large fire two weeks ago at the Port of Benicia in California took over 24 hours to extinguish, leading to fears of further gas price hikes:

It took firefighters just over 24 hours to put out a four-alarm fire at the port of Benicia that broke out Saturday afternoon. While investigators look for the cause of the fire, the port and the companies that use it are assessing how big an economic impact the fire will have in the Bay Area.

The Valero refinery uses the Benicia port to offload crude oil from freighters. The fire damaged a conveyor belt that transports a byproduct of the refining process called petroleum coke which must be eliminated. Energy experts say that, if Valero can’t get rid of the petroleum coke, it will disrupt their ability to produce gasoline.

“Any kind of a supply constraint like this will tend to push (gas) prices up,” said Dave Hackett, chairman of Stillwater Associates, a transportation and energy consulting company based in Irvine.

This is after a gas pipeline in Michigan exploded in March.

On April 19, a fire destroyed the Azure Standard Headquarters in Dufur, Ore. The CEO said:

For our customers, three primary product groups are affected due to the destroyed automated liquid pour facility, fruit packing facilities and carob products facilities. Because of this, we will experience out-of-stock status for Azure Market oils, honey and vinegars – basically any Azure Market liquid product – as well as our carob products for the short term. We are not yet at fruit harvest, so no immediate impact will be experienced from the loss of our fruit packing facility. None of the products we distribute for our vendors will be affected.

In March, a fire destroyed a potato plant in Belfast, Maine:

The large fire at a potato processing plant in Belfast is expected to have ripple effects across Maine’s agriculture industry.

The Penobscot McCrum plant processed Maine-grown spuds into products sold around the country.

A fire tore through the building Thursday morning, destroying the facility and leaving the 138 people who work there without a job.

Don Flannery, executive director of the Maine Potato Board, said the loss of the plant will have a negative impact on the state’s potato growers.

“I think everyone wants to do everything they can to get that plant back because it’s important in our industry. It has a very unique place in the market, Flannery said.

The suspicious fires have not been limited to the United States. Russia shelled a large food warehouse area outside of Kyiv in March as part of its invasion; a large supermarket warehouse caught fire in Madeira, Spain; and food riots have broken out in Peru.

Is this just an anomaly, slightly outside the normal number of food processing plants and other industrial facilities that explode or catch fire over a period of months?

Just this morning, another one struck. This time, another General Mills plant in Iowa.

This is where it’s important to keep things in perspective. As one person responded on Twitter, there are over 34,000 food processing plants in the United States.

The actual number listed on the USDA website is 36,486.

As they say, there are lies, damn lies, and statistics. One can manipulate statistics to create virtually any desired outcome to support a narrative. But looking into the plants that have been damaged or destroyed, something seems off.

The oddest coincidence? Small planes have now crashed into two food processing plants, one in Idaho, and another a week and a half later in Georgia. On April 13, a private pilot carrying UPS freight crashed onto the roof of the Gem State Processing plant in Burley, Idaho. The pilot was killed, but the crash caused no significant damage to the plant. On April 21, a much more significant crash happened outside of Atlanta, causing a large fire in an isolated part of a General Mills plant:

Officials said there were no survivors aboard a small plane that crashed into the General Mills plant in Covington early Thursday evening.

Captain Ken Malcom with the Covington Police Department said around 6:45 p.m. a twin-engine Cessna appeared to start having engine trouble. Witnesses told police it traveled northeast, but appeared to be having trouble gaining altitude and was making unusual engine noises. Malcom said the plane then veered right and came straight down onto an isolated area of the plant where tractor trailers are stored.

Meanwhile, in an underreported story back in the U.S, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued an executive order on April 15 declaring a “supply chain emergency”:

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has declared what was described as a supply chain state of emergency, thus becoming the first governor to respond in such a manner to a state’s supply chain challenges.

Kemp’s executive order, which goes into effect Saturday and runs until May 16, bans price gouging on goods and services such as diesel fuel and gasoline. It allows trucks with a gross vehicle weight — tractor, trailer and freight — of up to 95,000 pounds and with a maximum width of 10 feet to operate on Georgia’s state and local roads. The state’s current gross vehicle weight limit is 80,000 pounds and the maximum width of a five-axle truck is 8 feet, 5 inches.

Others have started noticing pressures on the food industry in the United States.

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— Kimberly Morin (@Conservativeind) April 22, 2022

CF Industries, a large fertilizer manufacturer, issued a statement in response to Union Pacific:

CF Industries Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CF), a leading global manufacturer of hydrogen and nitrogen products, today informed customers it serves by Union Pacific rail lines that railroad-mandated shipping reductions would result in nitrogen fertilizer shipment delays during the spring application season and that it would be unable to accept new rail sales involving Union Pacific for the foreseeable future. The Company understands that it is one of only 30 companies to face these restrictions.

CF Industries ships to customers via Union Pacific rail lines primarily from its Donaldsonville Complex in Louisiana and its Port Neal Complex in Iowa. The rail lines serve key agricultural areas such as Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas and California. Products that will be affected include nitrogen fertilizers such as urea and urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) as well as diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), an emissions control product required for diesel trucks. CF Industries is the largest producer of urea, UAN and DEF in North America, and its Donaldsonville Complex is the largest single production facility for the products in North America.

“The timing of this action by Union Pacific could not come at a worse time for farmers,” said Tony Will, president and chief executive officer, CF Industries Holdings, Inc. “Not only will fertilizer be delayed by these shipping restrictions, but additional fertilizer needed to complete spring applications may be unable to reach farmers at all. By placing this arbitrary restriction on just a handful of shippers, Union Pacific is jeopardizing farmers’ harvests and increasing the cost of food for consumers.”

On Friday, April 8, 2022, Union Pacific informed CF Industries without advance notice that it was mandating certain shippers to reduce the volume of private cars on its railroad effective immediately. The Company was told to reduce its shipments by nearly 20%. CF Industries believes it will still be able to fulfill delivery of product already contracted for rail shipment to Union Pacific destinations, albeit with likely delays. However, because Union Pacific has told the Company that noncompliance will result in the embargo of its facilities by the railroad, CF Industries may not have available shipping capacity to take new rail orders involving Union Pacific rail lines to meet late season demand for fertilizer.

Worries have long persisted over fertilizer and grain shortages, as both Ukraine and Russia produce a significant amount of both products on the global market. Disruptions due to the Russian invasion had already started impacting global food markets, as Instapundit’s Glenn Reynolds wrote in the New York Post recently. The World Bank issued a statement in March warning against hoarding. Now, the U.S. domestic markets are under increased stress.

With that as a background, back to the fires and explosions and plane crashes. The question remains—are these mere coincidences? One could be forgiven for not trusting official explanations in a post-COVID and post-election world in which panic porn and propaganda have replaced the news. Then again, one must guard against succumbing to fear over pressures on food supplies and jumping to conclusions.

So, are these all just weird coincidences, or is something else going on?

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Why would Union Pacific Railroad reduce U.S. fertilizer shipments by 20% & jeopardize food supply? 

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Pattern of fires striking food facilities across the USA suggests ARSON TEAMS are burning down America’s food production infrastructure 


SEE: https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-04-22-pattern-of-fires-striking-food-facilities-across-the-usa-suggests-arson.html;

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(Natural News) A pattern of fires striking food facilities across the United States suggests that arson teams are targeting food facilities for destruction. This theory, if confirmed, is consistent with other engineered tactics now being deployed to destroy food abundance in America:

  • The partial halting of grain and fertilizer deliveries by Union Pacific railroad, which is largely owned by Blackrock and Vanguard investment funds.
  • The mass culling of chickens and turkeys, using fraudulent PCR testing to claim there’s another “bird flu epidemic” that requires the mass destruction of egg-producing chickens (and other birds used for meat).
  • The government paying farmers to plow their crops under, effectively incentivizing the destruction of the food supply.
  • Joe Biden’s dismantling of America’s energy infrastructure (pipelines, drilling, etc.) directly impacts agriculture, creating vastly increased prices for farming inputs such as fuel and fertilizer.

In a recent broadcast, Black Conservative Patriot (BCP) asked his audience to crowdsource reports of fires affecting food facilities in the last few months. His audience produced the following list. It hasn’t been fully vetted, but several recent fires such as the Azure Standard fire and the Taylor Farms food processing facility fire in Salinas, California, are both widely covered in recent news stories.

– Dried milk plant – Idaho fire 10-21
– Food processing plant fire San Antonio 12-21
– JBS beef plant fire 12-21
– Mississippi poultry feed mill boiler explosion 12–21
– Hamilton Mountain poultry processing plant fire 1-22
– LeCompte Feed mill fire, Louisiana 1-22
– Bonanza meat company fire El Paso, Texas 2-22
– Shearer’s Food Plant Fire, Oregon 2-22
– Mauston Wisconsin River Meats fire 2-22
– Foodbank in Maricopa county Arizona- food pantry 50,000 pounds of food destroyed by fire 3–22
– Nestle fire Arkansas. 3-22
– Walmart distribution center fire 3–22
– Potato processing plant Penobscot, Maine 3-22
– Sherbrooke, Canada food processing fire 4-22
– Fire grain elevator plant fire, Kansas 4-22
– Fertilizer plant fire 4-22
– Azure Standard fire 4-22
– Food processing plant fire, Salinas California 4-22

Granted, there exists a certain background frequency of fires even in normal times, but this pattern of so many fires striking so many food facilities in such as short period of time is raising eyebrows.

Union Pacific railroad is shutting down the transportation of grains and fertilizer, even as demand for such agricultural inputs is skyrocketing

The recent Union Pacific announcement that they would start de-platforming rail cars carrying fertilizer to US farmers only adds to the speculation that all this is somehow coordinated to create food scarcity in America. It also begs the question: As the world is running straight into a global food crisis, why would the US rail infrastructure companies decide to drop fertilizer and grain shipments?

“If we do not see reductions to the operating inventory through their voluntary efforts, then we will begin metering traffic after April 18th,” announced a Union Pacific press release that targeted at least 30 companies that ship fertilizer, grain, and other goods by rail. The term “metering” means forced de-platforming, of course. Companies like CF Industries were warned that if they did not voluntarily reduce the number of rail cars they were using, they would be banished from the entire rail system.

CF Industries, in its own announcement, warned that “Not only will fertilizer be delayed by these shipping restrictions, but additional fertilizer needed to complete spring applications may be unable to reach farmers at all. By placing this arbitrary restriction on just a handful of shippers, Union Pacific is jeopardizing farmers’ harvests and increasing the cost of food for consumers.”

That same announcement revealed that 30 companies are facing similar restrictions. Union Pacific claims it is overloaded with demand and can’t handle it, so they’re buying more locomotives… a process that will likely take years to complete, if ever.

Engineered food shortages will lead to food riots and civil unrest around the world

The United Nations’ FAO is already warning that food prices are spiking at the astonishing rate of 12.6% per monthaccording to the FAO’s latest data (March 2022).

The IMF, meanwhile, is publicly warning that the accelerating food supply shortages will lead to waves of social unrest across the globe. From that story:

Protests have already erupted in Peru due to unrelenting inflation, and this is probably only a taste of what is to come as the problem spreads.

Sky-high food prices, especially in poorer countries, will make it unaffordable for many families to make ends meet. This will lead to protests and riots – and as the dominoes continue to fall throughout the rest of the world, hell on earth will ensue.

“This crisis unfolds even as the global economy has not yet fully recovered from the pandemic,” says Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, the IMF’s research development director.

When even the globalist institutions are warning about widespread food riots, civil unrest, and the potential for political revolutions around the world, you know things are looking rather dim.

Analysis: The engineered collapse of the US food supply is part of the collapse / reset plan to destroy America

In our analysis, these data points are not merely coincidences. They indicate a well-planned, well-funded scheme to create food scarcity across the USA in the second half of 2022 and extending well into 2023.

Whoever is running this plan wants Americans to panic from hunger.

That panic will of course lead to uprisings and food riots, almost certainly followed by food rationing and, eventually, government-mandated price controls.

I have also predicted that the corrupt Biden regime will direct limited food supplies to “blue” areas while starving “red” areas as a run-up to civil war in America. Biden has already indicated he will use similar powers to weaponize supplies by denying the supply of monoclonal antibodies to red states. That action is a kind of medical sanction and an act of war against the red states.

To survive the engineered starvation that’s coming, we strongly urge all readers to learn how to grow food. ICanGrowFood.com is a Brighteon sponsor and features a free webinar video that shows you how to grow a huge amount of food in a very small space (about the same space of 2-3 parking lot spaces for cars).

You can also search Brighteon.com for the term “Kratky” to find all sorts of videos about the Kratky non-circulating hydroponic grow method, which is also the one that I use to produce massive amounts of vegetables with minimal effort.

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Hear more about the apparent food supply destruction in today’s Situation Update podcast:


Biden 11th-Circuit Nominee Abudu Works for Anti-white, Pro-communist SPLC

Biden 11th-Circuit Nominee Abudu Works for Anti-white, Pro-communist SPLC


SEE: https://thenewamerican.com/biden-11th-circuit-nominee-abudu-works-for-anti-white-pro-communist-splc/;

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If all goes as planned, the Senate Judiciary Committee will soon consider a nominee for the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals who is even more radical than recently confirmed Ketanji Jackson Brown, the new associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court who doesn’t know what a woman is.

President Biden’s latest nominee is Nancy Abudu, a radical leftist — if not a communist — who toils for the openly anti-white, pro-communist Southern Poverty Law Center.

Hearings on Biden’s nominees are slated for April 27. 

SPLC’s Invitation to Murder

Led by the Family Research Council, a victim of the SPLC’s smear tactics that almost led to a mass murder at FRC headquarters, prominent conservatives laid out the case against Abudu in a detailed letter.

Writing to Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin and his GOP counterpart, Chuck Grassley, in January, the signatories were blunt. 

“Abudu works for a disreputable organization that has no business being a feeder for positions to any judicial office — not even of a traffic court — let alone the second-highest court system in the United States. She is a political activist, not a jurist, and is unfit to serve at the federal appellate level,” they wrote.

Of course, Biden and his people certainly know about SPLC. And they know why Abudu will be opposed. But Biden nominated the leftist precisely because she works for the leftist smear machine. Biden’s controllers want a hard-core leftist on the 11th circuit.

SPLC is a “a corrupt organization infamous for its decades-long managerial corruption and notorious for unscrupulously designating its political opponents as ‘hate groups’ or ‘extremists,’” the letter averred:

These destructive accusations have done real harm to many people. In the first conviction under the post-9/11 District of Columbia terrorism statute, the convicted terrorist was shown to have been motivated by the SPLC’s “hate group” designation and related identifying information

In 2012, that nutcake, Floyd Lee Corkins, went to FRC headquarters in Washington, D.C., on a murder mission because of SPLC:

Using the SPLC “hate map,” this native of northern Virginia targeted the Family Research Council (FRC) and two other nearby groups in August 2012 for having beliefs supporting traditional marriage. Fortunately, no one was killed, although he did shoot and critically wound FRC’s unarmed building manager who subdued him while wounded.

Despite repeated requests, the SPLC has refused to change its defamatory designations of organizations like FRC with whom, at the end of the day, it merely holds deeply held policy differences. The shooter-domestic terrorist told the FBI that the source of his information was the SPLC. Worse yet, over the past decade the SPLC has targeted an increasing number of policy groups with whom it has policy disagreements. Any group that disagrees with the SPLC about positions it advocates is deemed to be evil and worthy of destruction.

Of course, SPLC hates The New American and its publisher, The John Birch Society.

The Problem With Abudu

Aside from being a political activist, the signers wrote, Abudu surely knew not only about the shooting, but also about SPLC’s “sleazy corporate culture,” which included “long-term charges of racial discrimination and sexual harassment” against founder Morris Dees. “There was a mountain of evidence … when Ms. Abudu arrived there.”

Dees and other SPLC leaders were jettisoned.

Abudu, the letter said, could have easily learned about the outfit’s “notorious reputation” even among leftists, and she clearly didn’t care about SPLC’s “toxic racial and sexual climate.”

The committee must find out whether Abudu interviewed Morris or any other notorious leaders who were forced to resign, the letter said:

Abudu’s acceptance of a senior litigation management role inside America’s largest political defamation factory disqualifies her from any position in which she would be expected to serve as an impartial arbiter of facts and law.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the appeals court for the 11th Circuit receives appeals from Georgia and Alabama.

Adubu would be required to recuse herself from any cases in those states brought by either SPLC or the communist-founded American Civil Liberties Union, another subversive outfit for which she worked.

Ilhan Omar Once Again Shows How Much She Hates America

She was enraged by Christians singing hymns on a plane.


SEE: https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2022/04/ilhan-omar-once-again-shows-how-much-she-hates-robert-spencer/;

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An hour before midnight on Saturday, April 16, as millions of Christians around the world were preparing to celebrate Easter, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Mogadishu), who was not, was on Twitter. She sent around a video captioned “Worshipping Jesus 30,000 Feet In The Air,” showing a young man with a guitar leading what appears to be a Christian singalong on an airplane, although the video has no information about the setting or circumstances. Omar commented: “I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane. How do you think it will end?” Omar was implying, of course, that Muslims in America are subjected to a double standard and are routinely victimized by “Islamophobia.” And so once again the question arises: why does Ilhan Omar have such an active distaste for the country that welcomed her and her family and gave them refuge and where she has experienced so much success and adulation?

What would happen if Ilhan Omar’s family had a prayer session on a plane? Omar is suggesting that it would end with their arrest or at very least their harassment by racist, “Islamophobic” officials who had no problem, because of their “systemic racism,” with a group of Christians singing Christian songs on a flight.

The two scenarios, however, are not equivalent. Since the video Omar tweeted includes no details, it’s not clear whether this flight was filled with people who all belonged to some Christian group, or if an individual or group of Christians simply decided to start singing on the plane. If the latter, that might certainly be annoying to someone who might have hoped to catch a nap or read a bit on the flight, but no one on the plane would have felt in the slightest danger, because happy, singing Christians are not generally associated with acts of violence, for good reason.

If, on the other hand, a group of Muslims began Islamic prayer on a flight, some people might be worried. Ilhan Omar would claim that this was because of their “racism” and “Islamophobia,” but in reality, it’s just a simple recognition of the fact that the record of Muslims on airplanes is not entirely peaceful. Omar would consign to “hatred” what is actually just realistic and justified caution.

For all that, however, the answer to Omar’s question is that, even if some people might be made uncomfortable by Islamic prayer on an airplane, nothing would be likely to happen. I myself once sat on an eight-hour flight next to two Muslims who prayed the whole time, quite openly and un-self-consciously, with Qur’ans open on their laps. They weren’t being as loud as the Christians were in Omar’s video, but they weren’t making any secret of what they were doing, either, and although I was the only one sitting next to them, I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who noticed. No one batted an eye. They got no trouble from anyone.

Another time, I was standing at a gate waiting to board a flight when I saw a group of about twenty Muslims, all dressed in Islamic garb, begin prayers at the same gate. When they finished their prayers, they boarded the flight I was on. No-one stopped them. No one bothered them. No one said a thing to them about their prayers.

There is no doubt whatsoever that these were not unusual occurrences, for if Muslims ever were stopped from praying on a plane, you can be sure that we would have heard about it from the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and probably from Omar herself.

What Omar doesn’t tell you is that Muslims are not only not the victims of widespread discrimination and harassment in the U.S., but they have received all manner of special accommodations. The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and other public institutions have built special areas for the ablutions before Islamic prayer; there are no publicly-funded holy water fonts or Torah scrolls. It is taken for granted even by influential opinion-makers that it is wrong and offensive to draw Muhammad, in accordance with Sharia blasphemy restrictions. Those who expose the ways in which jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and oppression are excoriated as “Islamophobic” and “extremist” and de-platformed.

But Ilhan Omar is enraged over a little gospel singalong on a plane. She seems so unhappy in the United States. Maybe she should consider returning to her wonderful native land of Somalia, where there is no “Islamophobia.” A paradise indeed.


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