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Is the second phase of the Great Reset just beginning?

There were no fuel shortage until one was needed. What's the cause again? Was it Brexit? Supply chains? EU regulations? Covid-19 pings?

Last year, some of us said this would be happening down the line to implement the Great Reset, and achieve Net Zero emissions. The Government can't come and tell you "this is what we're doing," so they have to create scenarios to present their desired outcomes.

The media were busy pushing this fuel 'crisis' ensuring everyone rushed to go and panic buy, whilst feeding in the government's propaganda to begin the push of banning petrol and rolling out electric vehicles.

The oil giants own the green revolution and they get to monopolise the entire industry. Watch James Corbett's fantastic documentary into 'Big Oil':

Sources here.

The Great Reset is not a conspiracy. Normal people would not use a 'pandemic' to alter society into a technocratic system. This is the Great Reset/ Agenda 30/ SDGs or Circular Economy beginning to be implemented.

Changing society will be achieved a lot more easily if people are struggling to get the everyday items. Manufactured shortages would be a very efficient way to transform the global society. No wonder the elite zillionaires are buying up all the assets during this 'pandemic.'

Read about them yourself.










Energy crisis worldwide

Natural gas prices have soared by almost 500% in 2021 and with another winter just around the corner gas is trading at near-record values. While European countries attempt to outbid one another for supplies from major exporters it's inevitable that utilities will turn back to coal to provide heat for its residents and power for its dying economy, but this will not be enough. The effects of Europe's catastrophic policymaking are about to escalate to another level. "Nations are more reliant than ever on natural gas to heat homes and power industries amid efforts to quit coal and increase the use of cleaner energy sources. But there isn’t enough gas to fuel the post-pandemic recovery and refill depleted stocks before the cold months," Bloomberg's Stephen Stapczynski noted.1 With natural gas inventories in Europe at historically low levels for this time of year, the crunch will get a lot worse when temperatures drop. The spike in prices has already forced some fertilizer producers in Europe to reduce output, with more expected to follow, threatening to increase costs for farmers and potentially adding to global food inflation, Stapczynski said. While governments are now hoping that nature will come to their aid with mild winter, making the effects of their catastrophic decisions less severe, that scenario is almost impossible to happen. It's much more likely we'll see another brutally cold winter across the hemisphere, with lots of snow and extremely cold periods in regions where we least expect them. "The next three to four months may lead to unexpected consequences for all industries with a particular hit being taken by those that are energy-intensive," said Slava Kiryushin, global head of energy at DWF, an international provider of legal and business services.2 "If the winter is actually cold, my concern is we will not have enough gas for use for heating in parts of Europe," Amos Hochstein, the U.S. State Department’s senior adviser for energy security, told Bloomberg. For some countries, 'it won’t only be a recessionary value, it will affect the ability to actually provide gas for heating. It touches everybody’s lives.' Keep in mind that summers are already shorter and winters longer, putting an additional strain on energy suppliers. It's utterly embarrassing for the policymakers, but the situation brings back coal to the European table. However, coal alone will not solve the crisis as exports of the commodity from Australia, South Africa, and Colombia remain hampered by the COVID measures and supply chain challenges, compounding the effect of low Russian supply.2 "The crisis in Europe presages trouble for the rest of the planet as the continent’s energy shortage has governments warning of blackouts and factories being forced to shut," Stapczynski said, adding that the power crisis could exacerbate shutdowns if authorities divert gas to light and heat households. "This winter, the world is likely to learn how much the global economy depends on natural gas," Stapczynski concludes.


Foods will become luxuries due to global warming

The big lie now front and center -- “meat is going away because global warming” Everyday foods such as coffee, meat and spices could become luxury items due to global climate impacts and changing tastes. "Chocolate and coffee could both become scarce, luxury foods again because of climate change," says Monika Zurek, a senior researcher at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford. Meat, which is currently part of a regular meal for many people, is likely to become a luxury item in the next few decades as more people adopt a plant-based diet to reduce their carbon footprint, she says. People may also make the move because of the sheer volume of agricultural land taken up by meat production, which may no longer be viable as the world's population increases. Eating meat could become socially unacceptable and viewed in a similar light to smoking, says Alexander. "It could get to a point where eating a burger is not a cool thing to do with your friends." ... In a bid to lower their emissions, countries may also choose to tax meat in future as many have done with sugar, says Alexander. This would raise meat prices and make it more of a luxury product.


China Warns on Food Security as Coal Crunch Hits Fertilizers

Just wanting to be very clear that many state actors are now openly talking about global food shortages, and as a function of national security.

This has all been building up for years (as we’ve covered here), but this next year will see some extraordinary things…


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