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Have you bought 2 years worth of food yet?



March 20, 2009 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: POT , AUY , GLD

I see headlines like this.
Commodities rally Worldwide as US Dollar FALLS again

Ben is in the Rock and Hard place right now and so are we. If due to inflation by the end of summer how much do you think a loaf of bread will cost. 6 bucks anyone. What about oil. 8 a gal for gas. China and India have our manufacturing jobs. Got to love Globalization. Housing is out gross domestic product. That is gone. What pray tell is next.           I still say they are setting us up to have the North American Union with the Amero but then I also said that the Rothschild and Billdenburg and Rockefeller who are the ones who really run the World Bank IMHO were going to tank oil and we needed to be afraid when it reached $50.00. That was planed because the Arab World did not play with the New World Order.Look at what happened to Dubi alone.

Now they will move in on the Small Family Farmers and the land will be bought  by large corperations and the Monopanly on our food supply will be complete. The small farmer needs 5 dollars for a bushel of corn I think and the price now is 3. After they consoladate or merge then the price for corn will go sky high along with everything else that we grow. Can the small farmer even get loans now? Yep They have taken our money and the next step is our food. 

I am not upset with OPEC they are Puppets just as our Presidents. The world bank sets the price of oil IMHO and Goldman Sacks lets everyone know what the price will be with a 20.00 trading range. Listen to GS and you will know how to plan your oil trades. 

So how much food do you have stashed away to survive the next 2 to 3 years? 


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#1) On March 20, 2009 at 11:21 AM, RonChapmanJr (30.14) wrote:

Everyone should have at least several months worth of food stored up.  It may not save you, but it won't hurt either.  Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.


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#2) On March 20, 2009 at 1:36 PM, chk999 (99.96) wrote:

Be sure to stock up on small bottles of hot sauce. They make great trade goods as well as making the 27th time you eat Tuna Helper more palatable.

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#3) On March 20, 2009 at 1:49 PM, Gemini846 (34.13) wrote:

I'm not sure if it is recessionary lol, but I do have about a year's worth of pasta 6 months or so of some canned goods and about 2 months worth of meal bars.

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