(Article by Stefan Stanford republished from AllNewsPipeLine.com)
Showing the world how quickly they're more than happy to change their agenda when the political tides are shifting, it's likely they also see great carnage on the horizon in America with our nations descent into the abyss growing more rapidly every day.
Because as was pointed out in this March 28th ANP story, with massive food shortages already being felt by every-day Americans and Joe Biden and the White House finally admitting 'real' shortages are on the way, it's long been warned that only 9 meals separate a civilized society from complete and total anarchy and we are well on our way.
With huge amounts of food actually being 'lost' or 'stolen' recently as Susan Duclos had pointed out in this March 25th ANP story (meaning shipped off to the globalists underground bunkers prepping for WW3 and nuclear Armageddon?), how long will it be until our trucking industry is traveling under heavily armed guard to deliver food to the stores, with gangs running rampant like in some dystopian, science fiction/horror movies we've all seen far too many times on TV?
The way that America is heading right now, with complete and total lawlessness from our own 'government' aka wannabe-dictators who were more than happy to steal the 2020 election from the American people to install their braindead puppet Joe Biden into office, America is racing towards destruction and as we'll explore in the next section of this story below, a new potential cataclysmic scenario now awaits our trucking industry that very few people are talking about.
While we've all heard so much about the cost of fuel exploding under Joe Biden, and anyone paying attention to what's really going on in the world knowing that with rising fuel prices, the prices of EVERYTHING goes up, this March 22nd story over at Reuters hinted at the new nightmare Americans are about to face.
Reporting within that story that due to what's now going on over in Ukraine, the cost of diesel fuel will be exploding, with Zero Hedge reporting in this story titled "Gas Stations Will Run Dry": Catastrophic Scenario For Diesel Emerging According To World's Biggest Energy Traders" that "while the world has been obsessively focused on crude oil and gasoline in recent weeks, we instead alerted readers to a far more dire scenario playing out in diesel, a source of energy which is absolutely critical in keeping the "just in time" world running on time", we must remember that the trucking industry runs almost completely on that fuel.
And as has been pointed out time and again, when the trucking industry grinds to a halt, so does America with it. Seen perfectly in the graphic we've embedded above, there is no doubt whatsoever that whatever supply chain problems we have now would pale before the catastrophe that would unfold if America's trucking industry went down due to astronomical fuel costs or a rampant crime wave. From this NTB Trucking Blog story.:
Truck drivers are one of the most important jobs out there. NTB appreciates our drivers commitment to the trucking industry, and understand how crucial it is that our trucks run everyday.
Recently, we found a great infographic exploring what would happen if trucks stopped. Many people outside of the trucking industry do not think about where all of their goods come from, and the severe situation that would result from trucks stopping.
According to the article, if trucks were stopped for twenty- four hours: hospitals would run out of basic supplies, U.S. mail and other package delivery would cease within one day, food shortages would begin to develop, and automobile fuel would dwindle, leading to high prices and long lines at gas pumps. All of these conditions would happen if trucks were only stopped for a mere twenty-four hours.
In 2-3 days, conditions would escalate even further. If trucks were stopped for a few days: service stations would completely run out of fuel, ATM’s would run out of cash and banks would be unable to process transactions, supplies of essential food and water would disappear, and garbage would start piling up in urban and suburban areas.
By the 4th week of trucks stopping, the nation’s clean water supply would be completely exhausted. Trucks are not just needed to deliver packages like many people think, but they are truly essential to living the way we do today.
Always remember to thank your truck drivers, as it can be a difficult job, but one of the most important!
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