“We pulled that net up, and there was not a thing in it, this is really different than anything we’ve ever seen” claimed one expert as David Huff from NOAA fisheries stated: “We were really worrying if there was something wrong with our equipment… We have never hauled that net through the water looking for salmon or forage fish and not gotten a single salmon. Three times we pulled that net up, and there was not a thing in it. We looked at each other, like, ‘this is really different than anything we have ever seen.’ It was alarming.”
While Brian Burke, also of NOAA fisheries was a bit more forthcoming in stating they witnessed "the presence of things we have never seen before, really big changes in the ecosystem. Something really big has shifted here", the answers we've been given by authorities have long been lacking a crucial element, that of truth, as more and more signs show a catastrophic collapse of the food chain starting in the Pacific Ocean and spreading with a massive coverup still ongoing.
With Fukushima's invisible poison still endlessly flowing into the Pacific Ocean and the air, and thus eventually flowing into every ocean in the world as they are all connected, 6+ years after the 2011 tragedy, should we really be surprised by all of the mass fish, bird and animal death events that have happened surrounding the Pacific and US West coast ever since?
While we've long believed that preparing for many different 'absolute worst case scenarios' is the best way for us to serve God, our families and loved ones and America, while making us independent of a government which will have its hands more than full with the unprepared masses, the need for nutritious long-term food fits every survival scenario. Yet as we read in this extended excerpt from the Armstrong Economics story, our food chain is being decimated and its decimation is being covered up.:
I have just returned from visiting my friend, who is a senior cetacean biologist at one of the large west coast universities. While there, he described an amazing situation to me that has alarmed me greatly. He said that research at his university has conclusively identified the complete or almost complete collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean, all within the last 36 months or so.
Further, in “unauthorized” exchanges with the relevant departments in other coast universities, he learned that the numbers involved may well be more like hundreds of chain collapses in the same timeframe as opposed to dozens. Finally, in talking with authoritative figures in Vancouver, they apparently believe that the figure is likely closer to 1000. My friend also explained that equally alarming is the fact that all these research departments are finding within the genres of sea life they have physically examined within the same timeframe “huge numbers of general body mutations, as well as skin disorders” which all cannot yet be accounted for in terms of causation.
As bad as all of this sounds, here is the real rub. Regarding these findings about food chain collapses, mutations, and injuries, my friend’s university has instituted a policy that forbids them from publishing their findings, from discussing their findings (on this subject) publicly or in private with other researchers outside their own campus, or finally from taking “unauthorized”ť radiation readings as part of their research. The penalties for violating these new rules are severe: loss of tenure, civil lawsuits for violation of contract, and potentially employment termination.
He showed me a memo on the subject from her own university, so there is no doubt about that in my mind. For the part about colleagues at other universities encountering the same things, I have nothing but my his word but that is good enough for me. I have never viewed myself as an alarmist or a conspiracist, and I know that he is neither of those things; he is someone who has always been dedicated to the scientific method and to facts.
However, despite the preposterous look of this thing I must say that I feel something is badly wrong here. In doing some quick research on all of this, I have indeed found quite a number of articles from mainline sources talking about massive food chain collapses in the Pacific, but not quite on the scale my friend’s colleagues have suggested, and nowhere is any of this said to be possibly connected to radiation from Japan.
With this person's account confirmed in story after story coming to us from ENENews, which uses local msm outlets as their sources, why is there still such a monstrous cover-up at the highest levels of our universities and definitely within the mainstream media apparatus? When we remember that our colleges nowadays are hugely globalists indoctrination camps and that food has long been used as a weapon against the people, especially in totalitarian countries, the university coverup makes a bit more sense.
While some might call us 'conspiracy theorists' for even suggesting that governments will use food as a weapon against the people, history is littered with examples of totalitarian governments starving their people and all we need to do is take a look at what's happening now with the catastrophic collapse of once-relatively-wealthy socialist Venezuela.
While the government of Venezuela and its various 'entities' have now missed over $600 million in scheduled payments, pushing them ever closer to the edge, President Trump has just unveiled sanctions against 10 more former or current employees of the Venezuelan government for corruption in an ongoing effort by the US to hold those accountable who they believe have brought the mass majority of the people of the nation to their knees.
Among those targeted was one Carlos Alberto Osorio Zambrano, a transportation official accused in a Venezuelan audit of swindling up to $573 million through Venezuela’s food program. Meanwhile, the people of Venezuela starve.
“As the Venezuelan government continues to disregard the will of its people, our message remains clear: the United States will not stand aside while the Maduro regime continues to destroy democratic order and prosperity in Venezuela,” Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin said in a statement Thursday.
According to this November 10th story from Town Hall, children in Venezuela are turning to prostitution for food, just the latest heartbreaking story from the nation where its been reported that pets and zoo animals are being eaten as well.
People had begun eating out of trashcans as well. By summer of 2016 there were reports of zoos being broken into because people were taking the animals for food. Pets (dogs, cats, and even birds) are also a reported food item.
The Daily Beast recently reported such a break in at zoos in Maracaibo and Caracas: In a country that once was rich, but where people are beginning to starve, few animals are safe. One morning in August at the metropolitan zoo in the torrid city of Maracaibo, workers were shocked to find the bones of a buffalo and some wild pigs inside their cages with clear signs of mutilation. Thieves allegedly stole the meat to eat what they could and sell the rest on the local market.
In west Caracas, at the zoo of Caricuao district, the same sort of thing happened. Watchmen found the bones and offal of a black horse inside its enclosure. Apparently the perpetrators only took the edible parts of the animal. Venezuela’s increasingly authoritarian President Nicolas Maduro knows people are going hungry in his country, but he doesn’t know what to do about it. He keeps announcing new stopgap measures, but his words don’t carry a lot of nutritional weight.
While here in America, we still have food in our stomachs and on our tables by the Grace of God, and the grocery stores are still getting it trucked in regularly, as we've reported on ANP, all it takes is one massive disaster for life as we know it to come grinding to a halt. How many people reading this would be able to make it should the grocery stores shut down for a week? A month? A year or more?
While we'd expect that a lot more ANP readers would answer those questions with a 'Yes' answer than the general population as many ANP readers are preppers, just imagine the answers we'd get should the general population be asked the very same questions. We'd expect that the 'Yes' answers would largely stop before we even got to 'one week'.
Which shows why its ever the more important to prepare now while we still can...while we still have food being delivered to the grocery stores....while we still have electric power and a fully functioning trucking system nationwide...while we still have access to all of the modern amenities that help make America a 21st century nation rather than 324 million living, and dying, in the dark ages.
It has long been warned, only 9 meals stand in between civilization and anarchy and judging by the snowflakes suffering complete breakdowns in America today, should society suddenly break down, how will 324 million possibly survive?
In the first video below, James Wesley Rawles from Survival Blog joins Reluctant Preppers to talk about mistakes that many preppers commonly make that can be avoided while the 2nd video below takes an interesting look at a grocery store IN Fukushima that was left as it was when evacuated, virtually still intact.