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posted ago by XpatDemocrat

Ranchers are being ordered to euthanize harvest ready cattle, while at the same time, meat is being shipped in to the US. Milk is being poured out by the truck load. And then there’s this:

1-27-20, 34K chickens die in Virginia/N Carolina fires.

https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/34k-chickens-die-in-fires-at-virginia-north-carolina-farms/2204584/

4-24-20, 280K chickens die in California fire.

https://www.wthr.com/article/280000-chickens-killed-barn-fire-california-owner-says

2-27-20, 400K chickens die in Nebraska fire.

https://www.1011now.com/content/news/Massive-fire-at-northeast-Nebraska-food-plant-568266441.html

1-4-20, 300K chickens die in Michigan fire.

https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/national/300-000-chickens-die-michigan-egg-farm-fire/s7YJsFctPVngNDKPT0ytgL/

4-21-20, number of dead chickens still undetermined, but this egg farm housed a total of roughly 7 million chickens, and at one point there were 47 fire trucks from 30 different departments fighting the blaze.

https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2020/04/21/ohio-egg-farm-fire-trillium-farms-croton-licking-county/2994935001/

Keep eyes on our food sources, patriots. See something; say something

Ranchers are being ordered to euthanize harvest ready cattle, while at the same time, meat is being shipped in to the US. Milk is being poured out by the truck load. And then there’s this: 1-27-20, 34K chickens die in Virginia/N Carolina fires. https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/34k-chickens-die-in-fires-at-virginia-north-carolina-farms/2204584/ 4-24-20, 280K chickens die in California fire. https://www.wthr.com/article/280000-chickens-killed-barn-fire-california-owner-says 2-27-20, 400K chickens die in Nebraska fire. https://www.1011now.com/content/news/Massive-fire-at-northeast-Nebraska-food-plant-568266441.html 1-4-20, 300K chickens die in Michigan fire. https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/national/300-000-chickens-die-michigan-egg-farm-fire/s7YJsFctPVngNDKPT0ytgL/ 4-21-20, number of dead chickens still undetermined, but this egg farm housed a total of roughly 7 million chickens, and at one point there were 47 fire trucks from 30 different departments fighting the blaze. https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2020/04/21/ohio-egg-farm-fire-trillium-farms-croton-licking-county/2994935001/ Keep eyes on our food sources, patriots. See something; say something
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goodbeerbetterviews2 275 points ago

If any foreign national is found to be doing this.....hit every single one of their manufacturing and food production sites all at once. They want to fuck with our food so it is time to make sure they know how quickly we can strike.

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XpatDemocrat [S] 216 points ago

If this is an actual attack , I doubt it's anyone foreign. There are plenty of powerful people here that would be more than happy to burn some chickens to implement their socialist ideologies. The same people may also have the power to make it hard for investivators to do their jobs, and keep the media from reporting it anyway. Eyes on is the best we can do.

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goodbeerbetterviews2 108 points ago

I agree that it could easily be someone that isn't connected to any foreign entity...But this kind of attack is on par with someone who's intent is harm and it falls incredibly close to Chinese tactics that we have seen in the past. But again....I am speculating.

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Forgototherpassword 112 points ago

Trump signed a trade deal promising purchase of $40-50 Billion of our farm goods.

Now our farm goods are not able to make it to market. Supposedly China added a pandemic clause. Now there's a pandemic and farms are being destroyed.

Hell of a bunch of coincidences.

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CQVFEFE 64 points ago

Hell of a bunch of coincidences.

People who still believe in coincidence when blatantly obvious patterns are demonstrated over and over, again and again, deliberately and methodically, to erase any possibility of random chance:

Enjoy that while it lasts.

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SwampDrainerLocal911 51 points ago

That would point to the Wuhan Corona virus being a trade negotiation weapon that was developed and deployed in response to our tariffs on Chinese goods.

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ChaplainTappman 10 points ago

dang...

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Necrovoter 7 points ago

farms are being destroyed.

Follow the insurance money?

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Comntrinchief 3 points ago

This is the most plausible explanation. Tough economic times cause people to do stupid shit.

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RocketSurgeon22 29 points ago

They are in line with China. Don't fool yourself

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-Howitzer- 23 points ago

If we notice this...don't you think Trump does?

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minotaurbeach 7 points ago

I think he knows, but will not say anything to put the US in Danger.

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4Liberty 20 points ago

Eggs are used to produce Hydroxychloroquine. It’s bad enough there’s a campaign to discredit HCQ, but it looks like they’re trying to induce a shortage of it too by destroying egg farms. https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-daily-roundup-april-7-2020

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VoterIDMatters 6 points ago

Do you have a link showing that eggs are used for that?

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DinosaurAlert 1 point ago

Eggs are used to make medicines, but those aren’t gotten from food suppliers.

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rooftoptendie 2 points ago

what about cattle and milk?

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A1waysLurk1ing 3 points ago

Just for some reference: Americans eat 9 billion chickens a year.

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SoldierofKek 29 points ago

And those 50% of Americans, these globalists must die so horribly that no one thinks of trying this again.

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Robert 5 points ago

How about instead of a firing squad we implement a sonic device with enough concussive force to basically instantaneously turn them into paste against a wall?

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RightIsMight 5 points ago

How about we hang them and leave them on display in the DC National Mall forever?

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Robert 4 points ago

What if we display the red paste smears as works of art in the Smithsonian?

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DinosaurAlert 1 point ago

What’s the point of even having a space force if we can’t shoot accelerated tungsten rods on our enemies?

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MakeAmericaLegendary 2 points ago

We don't torture our prisoners in America. We shouldn't, anyway.

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SoldierofKek 5 points ago

I know what the "ought" is, but there has to be a deterrent so people know "you don't side with commies". Let's not kid ourselves, our founders were brilliant, but not above violence. Dueling was common. Hangings used to be public. Why should the death of traitors be hidden away? I think nothing would be more shocking to any soy drinking cuck than watching one of their heroes, tried, sentenced and hung publicly. Watch Antifa and the like collectively soil themselves.

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MakeAmericaLegendary 2 points ago

Public executions are one thing. Maybe I just have a really high tolerance for "horrible" things, but when you said "die so horribly that no one thinks of trying this again," I thought you meant something along the lines of flaying them alive or much more graphic tortures that I won't go into.

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SoldierofKek 1 point ago

No dude, that's unnecessary. I'm not a muslim ffs. I did read up about the history of execution in the United States...it did fuck people up. Hanging isn't exactly as clean as one would think. People with pencil necks, often got decapitated by the rope. All the same, I'm in favor of hanging, because it's the traditional punishment for traitors because it's particularly disgraceful. Who knows, the electric chair is probably a harsher penalty, but it can't be done as public.

... continue reading thread?
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RocketSurgeon22 15 points ago

China is very much involved.

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DaLaohu 7 points ago

About 50% of Americans no longer see themselves as Americans, but members of a global citizenship movement

https://old.reddit.com/r/ShitNeoconsSay/comments/g7xoz4/i_dont_really_consider_myself_american_almost/

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DaLaohu 0 points ago

You're missing out on some Red Pilling and Nick Fuentes if you don't click.

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Comntrinchief 1 point ago

Well seeing as how tens of millions weren’t born in the US I can believe this.

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Rosewolf2 2 points ago

Its not 50% its about 20 if that.

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somethinga9230k 37 points ago

If this is an actual attack , I doubt it's anyone foreign.

Why not both?

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remember1776 60 points ago

we have seen time and time again how the Democrats have sided and even collaborated with entities that are hostile to the United States.

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Meegs294 28 points ago

Instability is opportunity

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T2R0U2M0P 24 points ago

"Chaos is a ladder"

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TychoDurandal 14 points ago

They did little finger dirty. Shame shame

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WU_HAN_FRU 4 points ago

So did Joe Biden.

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Forgototherpassword 10 points ago

never let a crisis go to waste

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Philhelm 9 points ago

"My enemies have made my kingdom bleed. I will not forget that. I will not forgive that. I will punish them with any arms at my disposal."

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Arwyn3x 16 points ago

Yes. we have seen this treachery time and time again, but we must admit to ourselves that it is not just democrats. The bureaucracy in Washington DC and a whole lot of our politicians, not just democrat either, have a whole lot to lose if we maintain the direction President Trump has begun.

As Sundance over on The Conservative Tree House says - there are trillions at stake.

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BigFreedomBoner 8 points ago

Because they look at us as the enemy. They truly hate us. As we threaten their social position. And they are so important.

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Captain_Triips 2 points ago

because, iff it is a foreign entity, there would be nothing in it for the meat packers

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jrgreen73 22 points ago

Smithfield Foods is owned by China.

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Imransgarage 16 points ago (edited)

Their ND pork plant turned into one of the biggest outbreaks. Spez: maybe South Dakota lol ty pede.

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_Eric_Ciaramella_ 7 points ago

Democrats really are the evil

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PathAnon 4 points ago

Stalin did the same to the Kulaks. These communist wannabes in deep state are now going to get their way by destroying our food supply.

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Please_Clap 4 points ago

Yeah but there is the possibility of a "joint operation" between China, MSM, and Leftist Libs working in sync together (think Wuhan China Virus release)

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Captain_Triips 12 points ago (edited)

those chicken farms are basically owned by the meeat packers

they sign a contract t buy X chickens and then dictate how they will be fed, kept, managed etc

the persons that actually own the farms basically become employees

it would interesting to see who these people have contracts with

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christianknight 6 points ago

Probably deep state.

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WinstonSmith1984 5 points ago

more likely some accidents and some insurance fraud

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christianknight 4 points ago

that too

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Tonightm01 5 points ago

A point on the milk. Hotels. Restaurants. Bars. Everywhere that prepares food for a group of people are all closed. No milk is being used. As far as I know, you have to milk the cows (not an expert on it).

Its the same for the whole food chain. Demand is probably the lowest in history in terms of the food industry.

The main reason the recession is only really in its infancy.

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WinstonSmith1984 3 points ago

Yes, the cows have to be milked; the only recourse is to them discard it if it can't be sold.

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residue69 1 point ago

School lunches too.

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HuggableBear 2 points ago

This is actually a large percentage of milk consumption in the US

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ClownTamer 3 points ago

That’s why I loved it when Trump took out Iran’s general. No more fucking around. And if they do much as mouth the words “rata tat tat” at one of our boats or tanks? Empty a clip into them. Real countries don’t do shit like that.

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txladyvoter 1 point ago

What happened to the Iranian attacks on our ships since GEOTUS declared open season on them? I haven't heard of any further attacks.

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ClownTamer 2 points ago

That’s why I can’t believe people act like it’s the US being bullies when we simply don’t put up with being shot at in an attempt for a failed state to flex the smallest of guns. They shoot at us and bomb us. And the reason they did it and kept doing it without fear is because we let them. We’re the most powerful nation in the world and we just let them. Even Gandhi wouldn’t put up with that, and I mean that in a non joking way. It isn’t being the bigger man in that situation, it’s being an idiot.

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txladyvoter 1 point ago

No more Pueblo incidents.

The Navy needs its target practice opportunities. Live fire.

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Snowdone 1 point ago

Foreign??? This is Soros and DNC period. Look no further.

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rooftoptendie 1 point ago

ballsack is foreign.

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kidfromtheplayground 157 points ago

I hate to say it, but I want to explore the idea that this was done because of insurance. The country is shut down, they cant get the product to market, and they need cash, I of course have no proof, but these numbers are huge this isnt your mom and pop operation (like me) this is a massive scale operation where profits are measured in a few thousand birds.

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XpatDemocrat [S] 80 points ago

That is absolutely something to consider. Maybe even the simplest explanation as far as Occam's Razor is concerned

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emjayt 15 points ago

Who is Occam and what does his razor have to do with it?? And what about Schroedinger and his cat?

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DarkestMatt 15 points ago

It’s a method people use to make their argument seem correct. First they declare, without proof, that one explanation is the simplest, they cite ‘the simplest solution is most likely to be correct’, then say ‘see i am correct’. Shitty method, low energy.

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Larka 19 points ago

Fault the idiots misusing it, not the principle itself. Humans, being part of nature, typically work in their own self interest and will follow the path of least resistance in that direction. Hence, the most simple solution that satisfies the logic of a situation is likely the be the correct one.

Is the absolutely butt-fuck insane always a possibility? Certainly. Is it the most probable? Not often.

Given the escalating tensions with China and the large Chinese-owned stake in these food production companies, I wouldn't be surprised if it was an act of foreign sabotage. But, I wouldn't rule out insurance fraud either given the economic situation. Either solution fits the principle as there is a simple explanation and motivation for both cases.

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OliverWillis 17 points ago

Simplest explanation isn't low energy, it's energy efficient!

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AJPennypacker 3 points ago

that is a simple and yet correct explanation of Occam. I like it.

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Sting 6 points ago

Both the cat and the razor were molested by Joe Biden.

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Robert 3 points ago

"Who is this...'Four Chan'?"

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slangin_paint 3 points ago (edited)

Occams razor shaved Schrodinger's cat. It also didn't shave the cat, depending on what requires fewer assumptions.

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Scroon 7 points ago

I have to say time and again Occam's Razor does not apply to human affairs, only natural phenomenon.

Humans can veer towards complexity in interaction and motivation, thus negating the utility of Occam's Razor.

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VoxVulgaris 25 points ago (edited)

Bingo! You're absolutely right.

It sounds like 'Greek Lightening' to me--businessmen having a sudden, 'accidental' fire so that the insurance company has to reimburse them for their loss. It's common when restaurants fail in Chicago.

The problem is that this move is soooooo old that it's the very first thing the insurance company thinks of. Inevitably, the insurance inspector finds the source of the excellerant and the company refuses to pay. Insurance companies are very skilled at this, having had lots of practice in the matter.

Recently, they started butchering hogs at a deep financial loss. Chickens and beef are next. Having seen the results, the businesses that just had these fires all had the same brilliant idea: insurance!

If the Chinese think this is some kind of brilliant idea, they're sadly mistaken. You've got to wake up awfully early in the morning to get something past an insurance inspector.

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WelcomeToRealLife 15 points ago

Greek Lightning? What are you, some kind of anti-Peloponnesite?

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bassword_is_benis 5 points ago

Underrated.

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WinstonSmith1984 3 points ago

Well played

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bassword_is_benis 10 points ago

They call that "Jewish Lightening" where I'm from lol

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VoxVulgaris 5 points ago

Must be New York. Until fairly recently, most of the restaurants downtown were owned by the Greek mob.

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TennesseePride 9 points ago

Especially if it was some dumbass Chinese starting the fire. It will be 100 percent obvious to be arson.

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RocketSurgeon22 0 points ago

All of them doing it? Come on use a brain cell.

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Captain_Triips 8 points ago

those chicken farms are basically owned by the meat packers

they sign a contract t buy X chickens and then dictate how they will be fed, kept, managed etc

the persons that actually own the farms basically become employees

it would interesting to see who these people have contracts with

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RocketSurgeon22 3 points ago

Few multinational companies own pur supply. Conservative Treehouse did a great write up about it. It focused on how they control the supply, benefit from subsidies and manipulate the demand by shortages (controlled pricing). I believe only a few control it and many are foreign owned.

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DaLaohu 0 points ago

You already said this.

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HillarysBeaverMunch 2 points ago

This is true.

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VoxVulgaris 6 points ago (edited)

When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Sometimes the simplest explanation is the best.

Forgive me: I don't mean to imply you are dumb. I may very well be the one who's wrong. It's just that, while your conjecture may be true, it's not the only possibility, and we should remain open to all possibilities. I am tired of our propensity to jump to conclusions based on the latest wave of hysteria. Let's try to reserve judgement until all the facts are in before running off, half-cocked. We are already in a position requiring cool heads in order to prevail.

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RocketSurgeon22 2 points ago

I understand your point of view. I did not intent to insult you either. What you said makes sense but I think about this situation. I asked my parents if they ever experienced anything like what we are going through. They have not and neither have I. We learned of China's secret war against the US. Communism has a long history of behavior we can learn from. They have plagued our schools, institutions, key industries, state, local and Fed governments. It is no longer a secret and we have seen Soros, Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar and many billionaires do all they can to destroy US within. Identity politics, mass migration to cultural Marxism. They want to destroy every aspect of who we are.

That said, we have been overwhelmed with misinformation. From it not being bad to it being horrible and a new normal. We have meat processing plants all randomly being infected with Coronavirus. Odd that it is happening within those businesses in various parts of the country. We know multi national companies control pricing on food and China has its hand in the game. The Denver meat processing plant had a press conference. It was staged like communist propoganda. Workers in masks in lined positions, hands behind back, each with a side stance... just like China and USSR to Nazi Germany.

The media since March has had its focus on the meat industry. Sure enough we have Covid-19 outbreaks, union bullshit, fires and purposely planned shortages by large grocery store chains.

Rockefeller sold all its oil positions to invested in Healthcare early in the year. Fauci was named by George Bush Sr as his hero. Gates promoting cryptocurrency and mass vaccination for a virus we seem to not know anything about. Oh and the intel community comes out and says, "this was not a man-made virus." Just like they claimed Russia hacked DNC. Our country was being sold out and Trump has come into play. They are fighting and not hiding their intentions.

The truth is simple. We will not get the truth anytime soon. However, any sequence of events attacking critical lines in our country during a questionable pandemic - is most likely done intentionally by globalist. Nestle, China, Google, CDC, WHO ..they do not care about us. They only care about power.

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LadyWhoLovesTrump 22 points ago

This makes the most sense to me.

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The_Peter 18 points ago

The business aspect of the coronavirus shutdowns is something I will be very interested to see.

No one will be able to nail down management as the problem because they can use coronavirus as plausible deniability for doing things they wouldn't be able to do in a good economy. I believe corporations will take full advantage of this to change their operations. The whole economy is in upheaval, and now is their chance to refocus or redirect their business.

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Captain_Triips 5 points ago

plus it is a way to raise prices

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Whoopies_tds 13 points ago

Shut down wasn’t going on in January and February

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kag-2020- 14 points ago

China was spreading this since last fall with the expectation to cause panic this spring. They no doubt have all sorts of fun things planned out and did long before we locked ourselves up.

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splink 4 points ago

Like buying up all of the med supplies and shipping them back to China beforehand. Yep.

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acada 8 points ago

Especially considering these 3 farms are just a drop in the bucket. There are something like 9 billion chickens being raised in the US, and while I don’t know how many are raised for meat and how many are raised for other reasons, ~1million chickens are easily replaceable in our supply chain, and aren’t enough to encourage foreign involvement

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BuckyKatt60 5 points ago

There’s is merit to this. In the JIT supply chain model, any breakdown can cause some serious consequences. We compressed down our meat packing industry to a few major centers. With these being closed down or in restricted ops due to the CCP virus means they can’t handle incoming supply. Farmers just can’t keep animals on the farm..they have X capacity and when that happens it means they have to destroy stock if they can’t ship. We really need to start enabling farm to table sales, using the smaller family owned meat processing.

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Spezisshit 5 points ago

Insurance claims — that was my first thought. Second thought was: which food manufacturers and processing plants do these poultry farmers supply?

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USRifle_Cal30M1 4 points ago

My immediate thought.

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Corse46 4 points ago

Look at the dates on OP's articles though. 3/5 are from before we really knew the extent of this.

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DickHammer 3 points ago

This theory makes no sense. The same time these fires happened is the same time people are panic buying and grocery stores are being depleted. There is nothing halting their means of supply and demand is up. If anything they should be able to increase profits during the lockdown.

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DickHammer 1 point ago

There’s only been a few meat processing plants that have shut down nation wide so your point is moot. Ali’s, Don’t you think it’s weird that 0 outbreaks have happened with Walmart workers or target workers where workers see thousands of people, but meat processing workers have had outbreaks? Something fucky is going on.

As far as your price gouging comment goes, I’m not saying that they should raise the prices. I’m saying that the demand is very high and I’m sure that they do not have a lack of orders.

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WinstonSmith1984 1 point ago

This was what I think as well

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DiscerningSword 1 point ago

These are farmers... Some might committ a felony and do somthing they know is wrong but not many.. Also Insurance investigations are rigourouse and often more extensive than police investigations.

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Primebeef 77 points ago

Well is that not odd? We have lost a Million chickens here in Ireland as per: https://www.irishtimes.com/business/agribusiness-and-food/ireland-will-have-to-import-eggs-for-some-time-due-to-shortages-1.4240091

I would love to know WHERE these imported eggs will be coming from exactly.

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logic1010 14 points ago

Plastic eggs from China. No worries folks we ruve China. CCP Number won

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emjayt 14 points ago

Sounds like “we need to embrace Liberty”. What to do? Buy a gun and ammo. Protect 1st amendment and 2nd amendment rights. Keep government small. Fight any ANY loss of liberty. Fight illegal overreach, even if some in the name of “health and safety”. Vote.

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AdAstraPerAspera 10 points ago

100% this

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somethinga9230k 20 points ago

Could one very quickly establish emergency butcheries and similar plants needed for the food supply chain? Quickly and aggressively identify and handle the parts of the supply that are breaking or at risk of breaking? Maybe even use prediction and preemptively handle it? To decrease as much and as early as possible any disruption to it? And innovate solutions such that demand (that is definitely still there, people cannot live without food) is reached by supply?

Would it make sense to make a Task Force just for the food supply chain?

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somethinga9230k 13 points ago

Also, might it make sense to temporarily decrease/suspend internal regulations in the USA a bit for beef and other meat and food products? For it makes much more sense to decrease regulations temporarily than import meat from for instance Namibia (see 2:10 in the video, https://youtu.be/D_dxrcF6XjA?t=130 ). That might also make it easier to repair and innovate reg. the food supply chain, and once the situation is stable and has been handled, the regulations can be re-enabled bit by bit as desired.

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RocketSurgeon22 3 points ago

I don't trust those running the food supply chain. They will taint and poison us by "mistake."

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IcculusBased9 13 points ago

Thank you!

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InSaNeOldGuy 11 points ago

Great video.. Thanks for posting

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 5 points ago

You should edit OP to include this for better visibility.

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Captain_Triips 3 points ago

This is the way it has been since long before kung flu

I am from MO. You can walk into any small town walmart- stores literally surrounded by cattle farms- and the hamburger is marked "Product of Argentina"

There are cattle within a mile of the stores yet they are selling beef from 1000's of miles away

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IcculusBased9 11 points ago

Yes, need a source.

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Captain_Triips 3 points ago

the meat packers they have contracts with

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Vegans4Trump 0 points ago

A lot of times they agree to do it together to get the prices back up. It's been happening forever. Prices plunge so you have to destroy product and start producing less in order to make a profit.

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Iridiue 47 points ago

The Deep State is 100% real and behind this. They are desperate because we are rebounding from the virus faster than they thought we would.

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JudgeWhoAllowsStuff 17 points ago

The deep state isreal

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Spirit_of_Resistance 3 points ago

Better check with AIPAC to make sure

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Philhelm 7 points ago

Hodor.

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NancyGhouloski 4 points ago (edited)

Shh- GOP uniparty holdovers get upset if you criticize them.

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Truglow 41 points ago

My concern is why are we letting meat and other foods in from forgien countries while our own producers are disposing of thiers. Sounds like some free trade and state department fuckery.

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MAGAguitar 29 points ago

If these incidents are suspected arson - hopefully there is some security cam footage

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XpatDemocrat [S] 21 points ago

I'd hope so too. This is mostly conjecture, but seems like too much to be a coincidence. Just Google chickens die in fire and see what I mean

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Sting 5 points ago

I’m always suspicious when things are presented without context. For example, how rare are these fires actually? How many of these types of fires do we typically have annually? If we’ve had six or seven of them this year but normally have four or five by spring it’s a lot less suspicious.

Maybe we never have any, I don’t know, maybe these are super rare. But what usually happens is that we find out later that everyone’s panicking over something that isn’t all that unique.

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Captain_Triips -1 points ago

hopefully there is some security cam footage

gotta keep an eye on those hens every moment

srly, why would there be security cams on a farm out in the middle of the country?

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sir_rockness 27 points ago

I dont wanna take anything away from this cause something stinks and it's either wrong or a shame.... but WTF are we doing with a farm with 7 MILLION chickens on it?

There used to be small farmers and homesteaders from sea to shining sea. Now there are pro gamers and youtubers.

Maybe if nothing else is learned from this well learn to get back to our roots.

And before you say I'm just whistling dixie... I still grow a garden every year, raise chickens, can/freeze harvest and I worked damn hard and made some sacrifices to get this couple acres outside of town. We still live in a USA where you all could do it

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Siteless_Vagrant 12 points ago

Hard to raise chickens in a one bedroom apt. I mean you could do it, but it's gonna stink like hell. All those people living in all those cities either can't, won't, or don't know how to raise their own food. Mostly I believe it's can't. Takes a certain amount of real estate to grow your own, and probably close to half the population in the country doesn't have that real estate. Cities are bad for hoomans.

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sir_rockness 7 points ago

To hell with the cities.

I'm talking about communities of 25K-65K that are losing their roots.

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Captain_Triips 5 points ago

All those people living in all those cities either can't, won't, or don't know how to raise their own food.

World renowned agricultural expert Mike Bloomberg says that is not a problem

“I could teach anybody — even people in this room, no offense intended — to be a farmer. It’s a [process]: you dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn.”

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 4 points ago

it's gonna stink like hell

I visited a third world town a few years ago. Lots people there raising their own chickens. The place stank like hell. The chickens probably piss and crap all over the place. There were rain storms every other day during my stay and one would think the stink would wash away. It didn't help.

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Siteless_Vagrant 7 points ago

As someone that grew up on a farm, no, rain doesn't do jack. Livestock stinks. Chickens, though, chickens are the worst. Cowshit over chickenshit any day of the week.

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HillarysBeaverMunch 2 points ago

RAISING BIRDS IN APARTMENTS IS HOW CHINA GAVE US BIRD FLU.

Sorry, caps lock was on.

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TheInteriorDesigner 8 points ago

We moved out of the city in Jan of 16 to two acres, been renovating and doing the same.

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acada 7 points ago

We consume meat at a much higher rate than any other time in history, and we also export some of our meat. The fact is, 9billion chickens are raised in the US annually, mostly for slaughter and some are hens for eggs. With simple math, considering 330 million Americans, that’s about 27 chickens per American per year. Now of course there’s a percentage of Americans that don’t eat meat, but I doubt it’s significant enough. Also consider most Americans probably only eat white meat, so they’re only buying the breast meat.

Long story short, factory farming became necessary to keep up with our demand, and even then I think we have to import some from other countries.

Also our economy has diversified quite a bit and farming and homesteading just aren’t as attractive to most Americans when an office job pays well with significantly less physical strain.

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sir_rockness 8 points ago

I'm well aware of this.

Meanwhile a way of life that was fulfilling, sustainable and LOCAL is dying. Come visit rural communities in Kentucky sometime. Many of the communities I know are dried up husks of themselves... and only 40 years ago they were thriving with local stores and local economies. I remember when there was a slaughterhouse in every community and we didn't rely on IPB in Kansas City for our beef. My point is a resurrection of that way of life would probably be a good thing for our country.

Keep in mind that a lot of the socialist tendencies you see and decry directly come from people not being self-sufficient. Its pretty hard to have the individualistic American spirit when you rely on everyone else to keep you alive... agreed?

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Herecomedatpresident 2 points ago

Agreed. Wholeheartedly.

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residue69 1 point ago

Regulatory capture. Same thing that happens when countries join the EU. The only companies that can comply with all the regulations are the big processors. Then they flaunt the law by hiring illegals or getting the state to import low wage workers.

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Captain_Triips 2 points ago

Because poultry farmers serve as contractors for the meat packing companies- Tyson's being the biggest in the chicken world

you ether have a deal with them or you go broke

the days of the farmer having control over his own business are long gone

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sir_rockness 2 points ago

Oh but its not.

Everything was much cheap comparatively based on cost of living in 1960.

The below site says that $1 dollar in 1960 would be worth $8 in 2020.

https://www.in2013dollars.com/us/inflation/1960?amount=1

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sustainable_saltmine -1 points ago

yeah I agree with the pro gamers and youtubers. how video games got to be a professional "sport" I dont know. fuck "eSports"

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acada 9 points ago

They’re not a significant part of our workforce though so I don’t even see how they’re a factor to be worried about.

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HillarysBeaverMunch 0 points ago

Maybe it is simply a bit of social commentary, highlighting or downward spiral as a country and a culture.

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blurryface 2 points ago

Is watching some guys who could be your friends or your brothers friends play video games a really a decline from watching the National Felons League?

Is a bunch of girls being essentially their own all in one marketing firm worse than the magazines used to be?

Its decentralizing the entertainment industry.

We can debate about the quality of content put out by the majority of influencers but that's reflective on the state of society not the nature of independent marketing at its core.

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sackofwisdom 1 point ago

Star Craft II is a beautiful game to watch. It's the only "sport" I find interesting enough to do so.

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tombombadil 26 points ago

Scene of burning piles of oranges with gasoline from The Grapes of Wrath come to mind.

Was John Steinbeck based?

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The_Peter 21 points ago

I never read the book, but I can't stand the movie. Toward the end when they wax poetic about how wonderful FDR's new deal facilities were in California while everything else is terrible really came off as propaganda.

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HillarysBeaverMunch 4 points ago

I always took Grapes of Wrath as a love song to leftism, so I told it to fuck off.

Yes, it is propaganda.

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tjblair 1 point ago

upvote, for your reply, and for your handle.

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Captain_Triips 1 point ago

propaganda for something that happened 20 years before the book was written?

no, it is historically accurate

CA being a paradise spraked the okies to move out of the dust bowl and move to CA

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 11 points ago

I've read a couple of his short stories. Haven't finished my first cup of coffee so I may be wrong, but no. He was a pro-union lefty.

In fact, as someone who used to take pride in reading "the classics" I've found many almost unreadable for their far left tendencies.

Then you realize that leftist shit is pushed in culture today and wonder why we would expect it to have been any different in the past.

Macho man Hemingway, dirty commie. Stephen King, obviously. Tolstoy, commie (one of the main characters in W&P turned his land to a commune of sorts and it was portrayed as fair and good).

Maybe we can only rely on the based Russians who lived through shit. Doctor Zhivago, A Day in the Life. Or the first known case study of a neckbeard, A Confederacy of Dunces, where the neckbeard main character tried to organize a workers strike and gets humiliated. Hard to fine good literature at this point.

Even my personal favorite, local author Pat Conroy is a flaming leftist.

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Overkillengine 7 points ago (edited)

I've found many almost unreadable for their far left tendencies.

Would not surprise me if part of that is due to lack of ability or motivation to do actual work on the part of the author.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 11 points ago

That, and the fact that the left has controlled the culture for a longer time that most realize.

I distrust everything that is "well known fact"

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Imransgarage 4 points ago

The left glorifies art over work.

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WU_HAN_FRU 1 point ago

The Left politicizes art.

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Philhelm 5 points ago

That's probably why they're pushed as classics.

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 5 points ago

reading "the classics" I've found many almost unreadable for their far left tendencies

80: MFW 1984 was intended to be a guide, not a warning.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 1 point ago

Lots of questions about Orwell and the crowd he kept.

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WU_HAN_FRU 2 points ago

Read Solzhenitsyn. Read Orwell.

As the facts of life are conservative, so is most literature, throughout history. Lefties and other malcontents tend to be the exception. The "literary establishment" tends to push the exceptions, obviously.

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Captain_Triips 1 point ago

i have read all of Conroy' books and he is no leftist

unless you think "The Water is Wide"- a nonfiction story about his time as a teacher- proves he is a leftist because he taught poor black children

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 2 points ago (edited)

He actually goes out of his way to mock either conservatives or Republicans in one of his books. It's the most recent one I read, I'll see if I can find it. Also, mocks religion in multiple stories. And I read South of Broad a long time ago, but looking back at the plot, pretty damn big on identity politics and social justice.

I've also read most of his books. I'm from SC, live in Charleston.

And out of curiosity, I searched "pat Conroy obama"

I do not think I was a hothead—not then and not now. I thought I was right. I had read the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bible. Segregation seemed evil from the time I was a boy. Slavery is an abomination on the American soul, ineradicable stain on our body politic. But Penn Center lit a fire that has never gone out, and the election of President Barack Obama was one of the happiest days of my life.

ole the civil rights movement had on the white boys and girls of the South. Bill Clinton would never have become who he was without the shining example of Martin Luther King. The same is true of Jimmy Carter and Fritz Hollings and Richard and Joe Riley. Imagine this: you’re a little white kid and you watch firehoses turned on people who don’t seem to be hurting anyone, and fierce dogs being tuned on young men who carry signs about freedom. We white kids grew up watching movies and TV and guess what we had learned to do? We had learned to tell the good guys from the bad guys.

Pat Conroy, A Lowcountry Heart: Reflections on a Writing Life

https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/51058779-a-lowcountry-heart-reflections-on-a-writing-life

Sorry dude. Longtime author and teacher, its gonna be a leftist 90% of the time. We got Crichton.

Conroy was obsessed with the "southern racism" shit. As a South Carolinian, forget him.

Edit - note, I was unaware of these quotes until today. I was randomly reading one of his books about a year ago and he either called conservatives or Republicans heartless or dumb. Believe it was talking about muh healthcare or something. I put down the book and haven't read anything else since then. I've read about 4 or 5 of his books and watched some of the movies. But I'm tired of leftist agendas in culture.

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Captain_Triips 1 point ago

i separate personal politics from writings

his books are for the most part in the the class conscious south and they reflect that culture

if you analyze his books you could say they have an SJW leaning.

white guys torment and kill the black guy in "The Great Santini"

the rich family uses their son's poor friend like a puppet in "Lords of Discipline"

but if you read them as a story there is no overt political message. it's just the way the south was

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 2 points ago

Also

In later years, when asked to compare himself with a typical Citadel grad, he liked to say, “I’m richer, smarter, more famous and nicer.”

Relations between Conroy and his alma mater began to deteriorate in 1970 with the appearance of “The Boo,” his self-published novel based in part on Lt. Col. Thomas Courvoisie, the assistant commandant of cadets when Conroy was there.

"It was banned on campus for about six years,” Conroy said, sitting in the Citadel’s McAlister Field House, a place to which he used to think he could never return. His exile from the Citadel really began in 1980, he added, when he published “The Lords of Discipline,” a novel that depicted racism, brutality and official corruption at a place called the Carolina Military Institute, though the disguise fooled nobody.

“That was the nuclear explosion,” Conroy said. “I was warned that it would be dangerous for me to go back to the Citadel and so I didn’t.” He reluctantly missed Ed’s graduation in 1989 and, a few years later, the graduation of his best friend’s son. Then, to make things worse, in 1995, Conroy publicly embraced the cause of Shannon Faulkner, who was attempting to become the first female cadet to enter the Citadel. Back then, Conroy was not just unwelcome on campus, he could not walk the streets of Charleston without someone stopping a car and hopping out to yell at him. “There was one guy,” Conroy said, “who got back in his car and then jumped out again and shouted, ‘Class of ’59!’ ” Conroy laughed and shook his head. “Citadel grads are the biggest bunch of loudmouths who ever lived.”

https://patconroy.com/profiles-of-pat-conroy/new-york-times-reconciliation-at-the-citadel/

The more I look into him with a clear mind, the more I dislike him.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 1 point ago (edited)

Well that's fine and that's your opinion, but a little different from your first comment.

it's just the way the south was

It's the way the world was and mostly still is. Personally I'm over the white guilt shit.

And as I said before, I never considered him left or right until he directly insulted me in one of his books. I only own a couple right now, so I'll see if I can pinpoint which one it was. But he outright stated conservatives/Republicans are heartless/dumb in one of his novels. And it wasn't a character saying it. It was the narrator, Conroy. This was actually what made me take a step back and rethink all the "great authors" I'd enjoyed, and start seeing them for what they were. Overtly or subconsciously leftists pushing leftist narratives.

I respectfully disagree with separating the artist from their political. I believe in capitalism, which is putting your money behind things you believe in. I try not to support any leftists at all. I respect your opinion but I'm not giving money to people that hate me anymore.

Edit- also, in hindsight, complete lol at The Water is Wide. An SJWs wet dream of the brave white man saving the poor helpless blacks who just want to learn but are being held down by the man. Yeah, I know it's based on his first job out of college. But no wonder it was a huge success.

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Captain_Triips 1 point ago

yes

from his noble prize acceptance speech:

"the writer is delegated to declare and to celebrate man's proven capacity for greatness of heart and spirit—for gallantry in defeat, for courage, compassion and love. In the endless war against weakness and despair, these are the bright rally flags of hope and of emulation. I hold that a writer who does not believe in the perfectibility of man has no dedication nor any membership in literature."

In September 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson awarded Steinbeck the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

In 1967, at the behest of Newsday magazine, Steinbeck went to Vietnam to report on the war. He thought of the Vietnam War as a heroic venture and was considered a hawk for his position on the war. His sons served in Vietnam before his death, and Steinbeck visited one son in the battlefield. At one point he was allowed to man a machine-gun watch position at night at a firebase while his son and other members of his platoon slept.

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magabirdlady 22 points ago

So I just got up having some coffee and I see this. This is very disturbing to me..:(

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Granny 3 points ago

Same here.

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polish_snausage 21 points ago

Control the food, control the people

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Tellman125 20 points ago (edited)

THEY WANT TO COMPLETELY SUFFOCATE THE ECONOMY AND DESTROY SOCIETY

AMERICAN FARMERS ARE NOW BEING FORCED TO EUTHANIZE LIVESTOCK AND DESTROY CROPS - FAMINE ON THE WAY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_dxrcF6XjA

See these New York Times headlines from the past 2 days--they'll be pushing the bullshit much harder this week and this month, in the face of people seeing THROUGH the fucking BULLSHIT:

https://thedonald.win/p/FfWKbFPL/the-sadistic-msm-wants-our-natio/c/

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concealedaces 20 points ago

So history repeats itself (great depression)

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bread_baby 19 points ago (edited)

Great Plague of Marseille (black death, origin Orient) 1720 may. Britain plague scare (lockdown because of Marseille) 1720-23. Britain South Sea company stock crash 1720 august.

asian plague 1816-1826 Panic of 1819 industrial revolution>

chinese flu 1918-1920 depression of 1920- 1921 Roaring twenties>

chinese flu 2019-2020 depression of 2020- 2021 Roaring twenties>

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FormerGraveheart 15 points ago

During that flu, they didn't shut down the entire economy. They just absorbed the losses, which is what we should have been doing all along.

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Luvmyhub75 7 points ago

But they all started in China, interesting

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Tellman125 20 points ago

This is how far they are going to try to help a Democrat win in November. They got nowhere with RussiaGate, UkraineGate, and the Impeachment charade, so this is next.

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jiujiujiu 17 points ago

Farmers burning their own chickens to collect insurance payouts because of coronavirus caused economic destruction. My guess.

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Imransgarage 12 points ago

In Jan?

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ElephantManatee 16 points ago

They are pushing green new deal bullshit, this is all to get us off beef and onto fake estrogen loaded gmo plant meat. Trump needs to ban soy

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 3 points ago

ban soy

Why the hell is it in almost all baked goods? Just look at the ingredients list for a basic loaf of bread. It's in there.

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ElephantManatee 5 points ago

Baked goods? Lol, try EVERYTHING. Deoderent, mayonnaise, Crisco, protein powder, vitamins, toothpaste. Anything you can think of look on the label or look it up on an allergy site it most likely has soy.

It reduces testosterone, keeps the population weak. How do you think China can control billions of people? Soy. And it's all gmo.

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WhitePowerRanger 16 points ago

Who the fuck is burning chickens?

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IcculusBased9 24 points ago

My buddy's wife comes to mind.

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IcculusBased9 6 points ago

Kek

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ThurstonHowell3rd 2 points ago

She must have misunderstood the concept of "hot wings".

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InSaNeOldGuy 15 points ago

"In 2013 the US Department of Agriculture approved the sale of Chinese chicken in America. Many food safety experts are concerned with the quality of this chicken as China is a country where avian influenza and food-borne illness are common. Beyond that, China produces more pesticides than any other country in the world and is polluted by not only that but mass production and industry."

Source: https://www.themadeinamericamovement.com/consumer-products/10-common-foods-made-china/

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OKPoohmer 3 points ago

Chickity China the Chinese chicken

You have a drumstick and your brain stops tickin'

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XpatDemocrat [S] 11 points ago

Hopefully that remains the case. I wish tri tip was on sale in Denver

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acada 6 points ago

I have family working in the food supply chain industry. According to them stores have been ordering and receiving double if not triple what they usually do, demand is just so high even the increased supply can’t keep up

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T2R0U2M0P 7 points ago

To the contrary, my local (WA) Costco is completely out of fresh pork and chicken as of 2 days ago

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Lockherup2020 6 points ago

no meat to be found in NJ

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 5 points ago

Whenever people mention beef being on sale, I can't help but recall only 20 years ago rib eye could go on sale for under $2 a pound.

Inflation is real.

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HillarysBeaverMunch 2 points ago

Inflation is a tool of the Elites to strip wealth from the producers of society.

It is a part of the plan. It is not unintended.

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nastyn8 7 points ago

Let’s be clear, do not attack the President. ;)

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Liberty-Or-Death 12 points ago

I think if we don't go hot, it'll end bad. We nerd POTUS to give the go ahead to roll.

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Siteless_Vagrant 9 points ago

He tweeted LIBERATE STATE and we didn't budge.

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Liberty-Or-Death 4 points ago

Exactly. I think he may have to be very specific, because when asked about that, he said he didn't mean it in that way. So, it's time for absolute clarity.

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ObamaSpiedOnTrump 9 points ago

Fresh chicken in my local Walmart was wiped out last night. Some turkey, pork and very little beef.

Local small butcher had a line of 25+ people standing out into the parking lot. I didn't have time to wait in line.

My family will be fine but this is strange shit.

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T2R0U2M0P 6 points ago

WA pede here, local Costco was 100% sold out of fresh chicken and pork as of 2 days ago. 😒

Fortunately we have a well stocked freezer (no Jennis ice cream unfortunately) but even that won't last forever

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Satellite 9 points ago

Smithfield is owned by Chyna. That's a LOT of pork.

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Luvmyhub75 9 points ago

They need to raid each and everyone of these mass producers. We need Trump for a second term. The silent war is raging hot right now!

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Induceddrag 8 points ago

The issue with livestock being slaughtered and not delivered is an issue with the meat packers. Meat packing plant staffs, often illegals are not showing up to work or are getting sick en masse. Ranchers and farmers are tied to the growth process of their stock. If they can’t sell at the time the stock is ready for slaughter they start losing money. They lose more by keeping them.

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SoldierofKek 8 points ago

I think this is the traitors in our midsts. The party of Davos. I say it's high time the traitors among us had their day of reckoning

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SAW2TH 7 points ago

This is seriously concerning.

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Kavfefe 6 points ago

another kind of sacrifice to their evil demon...

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Luvmyhub75 6 points ago

Sounds like arson and animal cruelty mixed with fraud. Probably some foreign owned, illegal alien attack on our food supply. This is war patriots!

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 3 points ago

Don't underestimate the willingness of domestic socialist jabroni weasels drunk on green new deal kool-aid to participate in these attacks.

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StarsandStripes4Ever 6 points ago

The chickens had evidence on the Clintons...

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T2R0U2M0P 4 points ago

These chickens, like Epstein, didn't kill themselves

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Supernova 6 points ago

Going to need a source on the orders. As I understand it they are euthanizing livestock due to low demand. Who's telling them to reduce inventory?

Ranchers are being ordered to euthanize harvest ready cattle, while at the same time, meat is being shipped in to the US. Milk is being poured out by the truck load.

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somethinga9230k 5 points ago

The wthr.com link is down at the moment for me (maybe it got overburdened), in case it is down for anyone else, there's an archive link here: http://archive.vn/Z4FkC .

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masshole3 4 points ago

Trump needs to send the military in to guard the chicken farms...

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M8kMdlErthGr8Again 3 points ago

The US eats approximately 25 MILLION chickens per DAY. I haven’t read the stories to be honest, so I cannot comment on whether there is something going on with something nefarious by any type of bad actor etc, but this is a drop in the bucket, a big bucket. Take that into context before everyone freaks out.

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FreeSpeech1 2 points ago

You are correct about big bucket. US also has over 400 million laying hens. Big bucket.

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txladyvoter 3 points ago

There could be another reason: insurance claims. You off a bunch of chickens and file an insurance claim.

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_Ghost_Void_ 3 points ago

Reminds me of all those videos of Chinese foreign nationals touching all the computers at best buy or the lady spitting on the fruit at a grocery store in Australia.

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2016TrumpMAGA 3 points ago

Insurance fraud. Guaranteed. Can't sell 'em, so they burn 'em.

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nomoreprinkles 3 points ago

The silent enemy is not Corona but the ccp communists.

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4Liberty 3 points ago

Eggs are used to produce Hydroxychloroquine. It’s bad enough there’s a campaign to discredit HCQ, but it looks like they’re trying to induce a shortage of it too by destroying egg farms.

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-daily-roundup-april-7-2020

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RiverFenix 3 points ago

MODS STICKY

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Ironball 3 points ago

Hmmm..........this has a domestic terrorism feel to it. Not that foreign operatives couldn't do it as well. Hell, Iran has quite an ax to grind and we know that many Iranian guard sleepers are here. Still, it has a PETA or other anti-human group feel to it.

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Captain_Triips 3 points ago

It's pretty clear that the meat packers want to create an artificial shortage to get bailout money and raise prices

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NeilNewsNetwork 3 points ago

Likely suspect is Root Boy Slim

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_bryan 3 points ago

I’m about 98% carnivore and not planning to eat any vegetables. If the meat supply dries up my neighbors are gonna wish they kept their dogs inside. :-)

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SoldierofKek 2 points ago

I'd prefer to slaughter leftists

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HillarysBeaverMunch 2 points ago

Lewis and Clark ate dogs, and look at their greatness.

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dougkeenan 2 points ago

"A dog is a fine meal.” - Benjamin Martin

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okdoomer 3 points ago

Thank you for this post. I appreciate seeing this info collated.

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RatsCatsBats 3 points ago

Something is definitely fucky

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CQVFEFE 3 points ago

What.

The actual.

Fuck.

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Mad_Hattie 3 points ago (edited)

Making a depression is the last hope Democrats have of winning 2020.

The fact that they would go this far, they should never win again.

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Please_Clap 2 points ago

For those of you with social media share these links far and wide.

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VisualScience 2 points ago

Meat makes you normal. Soy makes you liberal. It's not just a funny thing we say to dunk on leftists. It's fact.

Soybean oil induces obesity, diabetes, insulin resistance, and fatty liver in mice. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-01-america-widely-consumed-oil-genetic.html

From the study above, it also reduced oxytocin hormone. Oxytocin is very important in making people normal (or as it's called today, right-wing):

Oxytocin promotes human ethnocentrism: https://www.pnas.org/content/108/4/1262

Oxytocin promotes coordinated out-group attack during intergroup conflict in humans: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6347450/

Oxytocin supports in-group cooperation and empathy, defensive aggression against out-groups: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25908497

Oxytocin promotes defense of vulnerable in-group members: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23144787

Oxytocin promotes monogamy/fidelity, especially in men: https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/11/22/1314190110.abstract and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9498302

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VisualScience 2 points ago

Other things that reduce oxytocin (i.e. being normal and conservative):

  • Breaking the pair bond
  • Promiscuity (it's ok to love sex, just get freaky with 1 single partner that you love and care for)
  • Hookup culture
  • Porn
  • Cheating
  • Fighting with your spouse
  • Stress
  • Living near and interacting with people outside your in-group (diversity)

Note all of the above and realize that popular culture is aimed at forcing diversity on you, promoting porn and hookup culture, and is incredibly stressful. It doesn't have to be a conspiracy, it's working against you and your happiness and the normalcy of our society. Reject it.

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oxygen 2 points ago

These are all months apart. January 4th to just a few days ago. But definitely something to keep our eyes on. I believe there are more chickens in the US than people, so these numbers would be a few percent at most. Comments about deliberate burnings for insurance also something to consider. Am curious how many fires like this happened last year.

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TheironToaster 2 points ago

Something Smells of the swamp.

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IAmNotSuicidal 2 points ago

They are trying to induce a world wide famine after they induced a fake pandemic and a economic collapse.

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dakin116 2 points ago

Yet another thing Alex Jones was right about, it's almost like someone had reason to silence him...

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aKekabove 3 points ago

Alex Jones is always right because all he does is read their own documents. The elite love to tell you what they are doing...just nobody listens

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Butthurt 2 points ago

The ranchers prob set the fires themselves so they could count that as monetary damages to the insurance companies.

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 2 points ago

This seems legit... except for the ones in January/February when we weren't in socialist distancing lockdowns.

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Atlantapede 2 points ago

Meatless Mondays are now Mandatory in Michigan

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Corse46 2 points ago

The Silent War Continues.

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Trumpdidit 2 points ago

Oh I'm sure this is just a bizzarre occurrence of misfortunated circumstances, that has nothing to do with nothing, and more than likely, is the result of the chickens playing with their bic lighters, when they accidently set the barns on fire...

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McAlpine76 2 points ago

Any pedes ever read On Her Majesty's Secret Service? Blofeld's goal to a 'T'.

Interesting tidbit: James Bond discovered Blofeld's plans during Operation Corona.

Operation Corona was when Bond disguised himself as geneologist Sir Hillary Bray in order to tempt Blofeld out of Switzerland.

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Bestboy143 2 points ago

Are these insurance schemes because these farmers are losing tons of money/time/resources/labor/years of work and dedication?

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RiverFenix 2 points ago

No, this is a coordinated arson campaign.

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SamQuentin1 2 points ago

They are trying to disrupt the food supply

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ChaplainTappman 2 points ago

Talked with my roommate who used to raise chickens. He said it takes days to replenish those numbers of chickens. Not a big deal and there are dozens of chicken farms that size and bigger.

He thinks there's nothing major to worry about until you see a dozen or more farms go up at once.

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EvanGRogers 2 points ago

Get government out of food production

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robotspacetime 2 points ago

How many chicken fires occurred in 2019/2018? Maybe chicken fires are a regular thing that we just don't hear about? 😬😬😬

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masshole3 2 points ago

Are there any follow-ups to any of these stories?

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Tellman125 2 points ago

What would the follow up be, though? About how the chicken corpses were disposed of? The larger story is this:

AMERICAN FARMERS ARE NOW BEING FORCED TO EUTHANIZE LIVESTOCK AND DESTROY CROPS - FAMINE ON THE WAY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_dxrcF6XjA

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 3 points ago

What would the follow up be, though?

Who set the barns on fire? Someone's setting those barns on fire.

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minotaurbeach 2 points ago

The US is the largest exporter of food, someone has end-of-the-world dreams.

How is Corvid-19 hitting mainly just homeless[who don't do a whole lot of world travel, and isolated convalescent homes[just the residents and nurses] on the westcoast? They did not have time to infect us properly-like NY/NJ??

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bitterbut_true 2 points ago (edited)

I suspect the Dem Governors have been given their 'instructions'--to push their people to revolt, whatever it takes...even if that means STARVING people.

They WANT the masses to boogaloo to pop off with their guns. Then there's chaos; anarchy. The chaos creates a 'fog' and is the greatest distraction, and on going. Notice no-ones talking about Burisma any more? Not even Rudy. Cops will end up getting killed--then the State steps in screaming TERRORISTS!!!....then there'll be REAL martial law. Exactly what they want. It all becomes just one big fucking mess.

So does Trump seize more power from this?..dunno. Do the Globalists? I suspect they don't know either. But they DO know that letting Trump sail ahead like before, means he's elected in a landslide. When there's bloodshed, and chaos things become an 'opportunity'; a moveable feast, a genuine WAR for some of the greatest evil minds to really match their wits against Trump's.

Trump 'lost' the first battle imo getting sucked into the covid scam. Methinks they've finally got something on him, and in this interim he's a HOSTAGE (of sorts) like the rest of us. MAGA already know how rotten and evil the other side is. Trump didn't need to crash his economy to show this...so its something else and we don't know (at the moment)..

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Dead_Precedents 2 points ago

Devil's advocate on this one:

Any possibility these are being set by owners so they can make insurance claims while they're losing the shirts off their backs during the quarantine?

Not saying I think this is what's happening, just raising the question.

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pastaroni 1 point ago

Interesting. Could be, but that seems like a lot of owners taking the same, incredibly large risk at the same time. It's definitely strange one way or the other.

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Mostprobably 2 points ago

why follow those orders?

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Tonightm01 2 points ago (edited)

A point.

Hotels. Restaurants. Bars. Everywhere that prepares food for a group of people are all closed. Football stadiums. Race tracks. Any sports event that produces food for thousands of people are all closed.

So many places just arent open and wont be open for months.

Disney is talking about not opening the parks until next year.

You cant keep milk forever. You cant feed chickens after they are meant to be killed. Cattle cant just run around for a couple of years. So on and so on.

Cant explain the fires but the fact is with so many places closed they cant keep producing the amount they used to as no one is buying it.

Unrelated but a shop near me is giving away wee plants. No limits.

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never_dems 2 points ago

I've often wondered how much it costs to insure a chicken.

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Canuck4Trump2020 1 point ago

Steve Bannon: "There are NO Coincidences !!"

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DJT4PRZ 1 point ago

It's just a market failure. Plenty of examples, from Weimar to Venezuela. Mass starvation with certainty within years, possibly months. End the lockdowns NOW.

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DiscerningSword 1 point ago

Yep its war.. And our FBI is incabable of identifyng the sabatues "CHINA"..

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Muffinman 1 point ago

Americans consume roughly 25,000,000 chickens per day, and roughly 9,000,000,000 a year.

The loss of 1,000,000 chickens is a rounding error.

I'm not saying it's nothing, but keep a eye on it, but my guess is we lose millions of chickens every year due to these types of things.

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DiscerningSword 1 point ago

I knew it was going to get Hot.. Communist the DAY is fast approaching...

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NancyGhouloski 1 point ago

Is this arson or is this farmers playing along for a kickback? Which is shameful given the special treatment they've been given under the trump administration.

Hardcore investigations and SENTENCING for the first- Outright in-the-field sentencing for the second and RETRACTING ALL FARM SUBSIDIES AS PUNISHEMTN!

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bit0101 1 point ago

That reminds me of a couple chickens my brothers got back when my parents had some land. They had a bunch of them, but these two were the kind used for food. Apparently they were engineered to grow as fast as possible, and they never stopped. They bulked up until they were huge and then split open and died. So basically if we don't have a processing plant for those chickens to be sent to in a timely manner, they will all just die anyway.

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Wintergreen 1 point ago

First thought: China. Their pork supply was completely decimated by a virus, which contributed to forcing them to accept the phase 1 trade deal. I am sure they blame us for that virus and not their terrible, unsanitary business practices.

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Afeazo 1 point ago

Not saying this isn’t worth paying attention to, but also remember that every day in the USA we kill 25 million chickens for food. Losing half a million to a fire every couple of weeks I don’t think is a big deal, considering that these chicken farms tend to be very flammable anyway and chickens grow very quick. You can even raise your own chickens if you live in the suburbs, it’s that easy.

We should be making sure no one is fucking with our corn and other crop production as that is the backbone of all food in this country. Beef is also important to pay attention to as its not as easy to raise cattle.

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Mark2 1 point ago

The food industry is probably doing this.

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Sting 1 point ago

Guys, you’re missing it. It’s the dog from the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons. Fucker’s been waiting a looooooooong time for this moment.

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slangin_paint 1 point ago

Fuck it, i am getting some chickens this weekend, one way or another

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SneakyWino 1 point ago

I think they are destroying food that is tainted. Crops grown with Monsanto products or that are genetically modified. Genetically modified animals that are shot up with steroids and hormones. I think it's a great cleansing. I could be wrong, but it would make sense to me.

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cheryltuntt 1 point ago

If you are in an area that supports it, find out your locally source-able items. Farm shares, Cow shares, local eggs, milk, bread, farmers markets. No, POP-TARTS and Lucky Charms are not essential foods! Big AG sucks anyway.

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RussianBot-42069 1 point ago

In case nobody has mentioned it already:(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor)

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cali_wolverine 1 point ago

We have been in a silent war for a very long time. Behold a Pale Horse - William Cooper chapter 1 - Silent weapons for quiet wars https://archive.org/details/BeholdAPaleHorse_201807/page/n39/mode/2up

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Bernier4Canada 1 point ago

"Milk is being poured out by the truck load"

Canadians: first time?

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missfrew 1 point ago

Importing beef from Nambia. Who allows this shit?

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Thoughtsandblogs 1 point ago

I hate to be the contrarian, but I work in the industry. This is not an attack. It's just a domino effect. The slaughter houses have been closed so the animals have nowhere to go.

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Ursus 1 point ago

China has been severely stricken by African swine flu. They have lost more than a third of their stock. The CCP would love to see that in America. Hence it is unwise to import pork at the moment.

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americathegr888 1 point ago

Ranchers are being ordered to euthanize harvest ready cattle

They should refuse.

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kranny 0 points ago

All that cooked chicken is making me hungry.

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Staatssicherheit -1 points ago

That's a lot of chickens. Do you know the min-max for chicken fire deaths for the past 10 years? Is this year an outlier? If so, by how much?