Food Lines and the New Normal
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Two images of the future: "A boot stamping on a human face - forever". And a food line in the snow.
The boot crunching on flesh is more vivid, but it will not be as common, being reserved mainly for the few people who dare to complain about shuffling through the cold to get a hunger handout.
The problem of more and more previously self-supporting citizens ending up relying on food banks and soup kitchens hit home further in Britain this weekend, with shocking images of more than 200 people standing in a queue for food handouts in snowy Glasgow. Meanwhile, Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization, estimates that 50 million people in the U.S. don’t have enough to eat, up from 35 million in 2019.
At one food distribution site, in Oakland CA, 1,000 cars line up every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. In San Jose, the nonprofit Hunger at Home had to move its food giveaway when cars backed up so far they blocked the freeway. This is happening all over the USA, and the situation is going to get much, much worse, as the corona lockdown continues to do what the global elite behind it designed it to do: 'De-develop' our economy and push us all into 'planet-saving' austerity.
Snowy food lines are awaiting all of us, because the economic collapse is real and unfortunately, global warming isn’t.
When the fallout of this coronavirus lockdown finally hits, we’re all going to be dependent on the government to feed us. Regardless of whether or not you believe that 'they' have a plan for massive population reduction, if you think that a global dictatorship of socialist bureaucrats and liberal Big Tech nerds is going to be good at feeding us - you clearly haven't been paying attention to the history of the last century.