(Natural News) The official story is that eggs are now in short supply because of “avian flu.” The true story, however, involves inflation and supply chain problems, which at their core stem from financial corruption.
The video below features a farmer explaining how many egg producers can no longer afford animal feed and other farming inputs due to skyrocketing inflation. As a result, there are millions of hens who are no longer producing eggs – which all means millions upon millions of fewer eggs at the grocery store.
The real reason for the egg shortage is NOT avian flu.
According to this farmer … the producers can’t cover their costs, so there are now millions of fewer hens, and many millions of fewer eggs produced PER DAY. ?
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— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) January 10, 2023
What you need to understand is that whenever something goes wrong due to private central banking or Wall Street shenanigans, the legacy media almost always blames a scapegoat bogeyman. For the past three years, it was “covid.” Now it’s bird flu.
Years and years of Federal Reserve money-printing has massively diluted the dollar and its value. Wall Street used a lot of this cash to pump up the markets to create the world’s largest “everything bubble,” which is long overdue for a pop.
These two things alone account for much of the turmoil that now plagues the country, including inflation, supply chain problems, and shortages. Instead of telling you the truth, though, the media has resorted to blaming bird covid.
“Inflation, pumped in by our communist government to bail out themselves and all of their buddies and voters with Covid as the excuse, is to blame,” is how Revolver put it.
“They get newly printed money, and you get a radically, drastically decreased standard of living. Does that shock you? Strap in, it’s going to be a wild ride going forward.”
(Related: Supply chain disruptions are also contributing to widespread animal feed shortages.)
Buy local farm eggs – or better yet, raise your own hens
If your local grocery store is out of eggs right now, one alternative is to seek out local farmers who often produce cleaner and more nutritious eggs at a fraction of the price, comparatively speaking.
Pastured eggs with those beautiful orange yolks are hard to come by at the supermarket – except, perhaps, at a massive premium, if you can find them – but they are everywhere on family farms.
If you have the space and the means, you can also raise your own egg-laying hens right at home. Chickens love to peck around eating bugs and scraps, which you can supplement with local feed, assuming you can find it.
None of this is an accident, by the way. The money changers have no intention of ever playing fair and taking a loss. While you and your family starve, they are using your tax dollars and the fiat-printing machine over at the Fed to bail themselves out.
“Starvation to bring the masses into their tyranny is one of their favorite tools,” wrote a commenter about this very thing.
“Chicken feed has gone up 25 percent in the last six months,” added another.
“This is just an economy-wide version of the plantation’s ‘company store,'” wrote someone else. “You work, get paid more and more, then have it taken away by higher prices. Then the ‘plantation’ turns into the socialist paradise where everyone stands in line for essentials due to lack of supply.”
“In the meantime, the ‘nomenklatura,’ or the laptop-narrative-compliant class, gets … more. But only just enough more so they want to stay narrative compliant!”
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