#513 – Truman’s Matrix; FOOD FIGHT!

Episode 513 – Truman’s Matrix; Food Fight!

More on the War on Agriculture; Attack on our Food Supply

Our food supply chain keeps getting hit with one fire after another. What is REALLY going on here? Here are just a FEW reports from this year for example.


‘Deeply devastated.’ Fresno County raw milk dairy loses creamery to blaze, owner says

January 09, 2022, Fresno, CA

A Fresno County dairy that produces more raw milk than any other in California lost its creamery and products in a fire in the early morning hours of Saturday, according to an Instagram post.

The fire started around 3 a.m. in the creamery of Raw Farm southeast of Kerman, and all packaging, inventory and products were burned, according to the Instagram post from Organic Pastures, the owners of the farm.

“We are heartbroken to announce that there was a fire this morning at our creamery,” the post said. “It was a total loss.”


No one hurt as fire rages at fertilizer facility, forces evacuations in Sunnyside

Mar 01, 2022, Sunnyside, WA

Although a chemical fire in Sunnyside quickly consumed an industrial building and emitted sulfur-laden smoke throughout the afternoon and evening, the blaze was caught early enough to avoid injuries and could have been much worse, officials said.

The fire destroyed one storage building on the southeast corner of the fertilizer storage facility in the Port of Sunnyside and damaged others, but adjacent Nutrien buildings and storage tanks containing hazardous chemicals were spared.


2.8 Million Fowl (Mostly Chickens & Turkeys) Have Died In The First Month Of America’s Raging New Bird Flu Pandemic

March 13, 2022

On top of everything else, now a highly pathogenic avian influenza pandemic is ripping across the United States, and it has already resulted in the deaths of almost 2.8 million birds.  Most of the birds that have died have been chickens or turkeys.  And since this was just in the very first month of the pandemic, there is no telling how bad it could eventually become. 

With new outbreaks in Iowa and Missouri, nearly 2.8 million birds — almost entirely chickens and turkeys — have died in one month due to highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), the Agriculture Department said on Monday. The viral disease has been identified in 23 poultry farms and backyard flocks in a dozen states since February 8, when the first report of “high path” bird flu in a domestic flock was reported.

Agriculture.com

2.8 million dead birds in just one month. Will next month be even worse?

When one bird in a flock tests positive, all of the birds have to be put down. That is how authorities try to contain the disease.

But it just keeps popping up in widely diverse places.  Just check out what has taken place within the past few days

In the past few days officials have identified the virus on a southeast Missouri farm with 240,000 broiler chickens, a commercial mixed species flock in southeastern South Dakota and an egg-laying hen operation in northeast Maryland.

This is truly a nightmare.


Maine potato growers expecting hit after Belfast fire

March 27, 2022

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

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

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

Don Flannery, executive director of the Maine Potato Board, said the loss of the plant will have a negative impact on the state’s potato growers. “There are producers across the state who have contracts with the plant who may need to make adjustments to their 2022 growing plans after the fire.


Plane Crashes Into Idaho Potato Plant

April 13, 2022, Heyburn, ID

A plane crashed into an Idaho potato and food processing plant, killing the pilot, police said.It hit Gem State Processing in Heyburn in East Idaho at about 8:35 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13, city police said.

The pilot was the only person in the plane and died during the crash, police said. None of the employees at the processing plant were injured.

The single-engine plane crashed into the building and flipped on the roof, according to East Idaho News. It was registered to Spirit Air in Salmon, the news outlet reported.

The plane left the Salt Lake City International Airport at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13, according to ABC 4. It was scheduled to land at the Burley Municipal Airport in Idaho at 8:35 a.m.

“The City of Heyburn sends its condolences to the family of the pilot, the aviation company, and to the Gem State Processing family during this difficult time,” police said in a news release. The identity of the pilot has not been publicly released.


Taylor Farms factory fire: evacuations, shelter-in-place advisory lifted in Salinas

April 14, 2022, Salinas, CA

The Taylor Farms processing plant in Salinas is a total loss after a massive fire broke out Wednesday night, prompting evacuation and shelter-in-place advisories for nearby residents. Those advisories were lifted Thursday afternoon.


Fire destroys Azure Standard Headquarter Facility

April 19, 2022, Dufur, OR

The headquarters of Azure Standard, the nation’s premier independent distributor of organic and healthy food, was destroyed by fire overnight. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is unknown and under investigation. 


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Georgia plane crashes at General Mills plant, no passengers survived, police say

April 21, 2022, Covington, GA

A plane crashed near a General Mills plant in Covington, Georgia on Thursday evening, and police say there are no survivors onboard.

Witnesses told police that the twin-engine Cessna appeared to have issues gaining altitude and began making unusual engine noises.

The police captain said that many lives were saved because the plane did not directly crash into the plant, as it crashed about 300 feet away from the plant.

Sounds to me like the pilot was a hero in his last moments.


This probably won’t to be the last attack that we see on the American food supply this year. It would be prudent to do what you can to ensure that your family can remain well-fed in the times to come. Consider your preps as a very inexpensive and durable form of “famine insurance.”

So, just to recap, we now have a problem with:

I guess we should all just start eating bugs?


Food processing plants that caught on fire or been disabled in the last six months (approx). Coincidence I’m sure.

And look at more stories around the world:


43,000 chickens died as their barn burned down in Dutch town of Heusden

April 25, 2022, Heusden, DE

The fire in the barn started around 11:55 a.m. According to the fire service, four stables in the complex must be considered lost. The mayor of the municipality of Asten also came to the burning chicken shed in the afternoon.


BREAKING: Massive fire engulfs large sausage factory in UK, somehow already 95% burned by time crew arrived.

“A large fire at a sausage factory is being tackled by 10 crews from both Essex and Hertfordshire. Thick plumes of smoke can be seen across the town and the fire service has warned people to stay indoors and keep windows shut.

The fire service said when crews arrived the building was 95% alight and 100% smoke-logged.


These fires are now at ridiculous levels. Our food supply is spontaneously combusting at ludicrous speed.

By that I mean this: it is now reaching a level of “Revelation of the Method,” where even Tucker is speaking about the destruction of our food supply, yet multiple large facilities continue to erupt in flames every day.

It is unbelievable, like the poorly constructed narratives of many false flags, such as paper passports being magically found after 9/11…The fires become an outright mockery of those of us who are paying attention. We are burning your food supply, and even telling you we’re doing it, and you can’t stop us!

Ice Age Farmer

—— Ignore the mockery — keep planting that garden. ——

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