The U.K.’s biggest supermarkets have begun limiting what fruit and vegetables people can buy as many shelves lay empty, signalling an impending food shortages.
This is another signal of the demise of the West, orchestrated by the globalist cabal, who seek to take much of Europe into a communist dystopian nightmare.
CBNC reported that Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, Tesco has limited purchases of tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers to three items per customer.
But the media claim the move is due to poor weather conditions, a similar excuse used to explain the ongoing epidemic of heart attacks.
Kit Knightly at Off Guardian writes: “Many – including Justin King, former Sainsbury’s CEO – have jumped at the chance to lay the blame at Brexit’s feet. But that doesn’t make much sense, since Morocco – whence the U.K. imports a lot of salad vegetables – obviously isn’t in the E.U. Further, Ireland has been affected too, plus we’re only 5 months removed from France (and other E.U. nations) facing their own ‘catastrophic food shortages.'”
Knightley also suggests that while many blame the rationing on Brexit, the real reason is that it’s orchestrated.
The author notes that the climate change narrative is being used to distract from the true cause, citing the “toilet paper fiasco” at the beginning of the pandemic as an example of a possible psy-op.
As Natural News writer, JD Heyes, also noted: The deliberate inflation of oil and gas prices has caused a surge in the cost of producing, harvesting, and transporting crops. Additionally, the price of fertilizer has also increased due to a manufactured shortage. Although these issues are being attributed to the war in Ukraine, they existed before the conflict.
We’ve already have the ongoing egg shortage, which has been made worse by the numerous ongoing fires happening across the U.S. and the rest of the world.
Another reason for the food crisis is the fact Farmers are being offered money to adopt green agenda policies.
As The Daily Fetched reported last year, Britain’s Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) announced it would increase the money paid to farmers, but only if they adopt its green agenda policies, including habitat management and hedgerow creation.
Farms across the country face closure as many struggle to pay their bills. One farmers’ organization even warned that the U.K. is now “sleepwalking” into a food supply crisis.
According to a report by First Post, The Food Foundation think tank revealed that nearly four million children in the U.K. experienced food poverty in January this year.
This comes as the demand for expanding free school meals to pupils is rising in the country amid a cost-of-living crisis.
The article also notes that the number of households living with food insecurity has almost doubled in the past year.