The news out of the Middle East is increasingly grim. The “attack” on the oil tankers is clearly an act of war. I can’t say who did it, but it ramps up the sense of impending World War Three. Besides the previous “attacks” on tankers a few days ago, as well as the ongoing military buildups, cross border raids, and multiple missile launches into Israel by Hamas, we now have a direct threat to the global oil supply. In addition to that, Yemen, and who can forget the humanitarian disaster going on there, is also heating up. The Shia sect called the Houthi, just fired a missile into Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is not going to tolerate that kind of thing for very long. Here in CONUS the slide towards Civil War Two continues unabated, as does the increasing chaos in our urban areas. Finally, the flooding disaster in the Midwest will cause food prices to skyrocket, so I highly suggest you spend some money stocking up on non perishable food. The links are below.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Iran IS behind ‘torpedo’ attack in the Gulf of Oman as U.S. forces find unexploded mine and tanker industry chief warns ‘oil supply to entire Western world could be at risk’
- Two tankers, the MT Front Altair and Kokuka Courageous, were hit by explosions in the Gulf of Oman today
- The Norwegian-owned Altair was hit by a suspected torpedo attack, suffered three explosions and caught fire
- Forty-four sailors on the Altair and the Japanese-owned vessel Kokuka Courageous were brought to safety
- Britain has urged ‘extreme caution’ amid spiralling tensions in the Middle East after similar attacks last month
- Iran said it was ‘suspicious’ about the attack during Japanese PM Shinzo Abe’s visit to Tehran to calm tensions
- Washington has pointed the finger at Iran, saying it was ‘highly likely’ that Tehran was behind today’s attacks
- Japanese PM Shinzo Abe warned yesterday of an ‘accidental’ war breaking out between Iran and America
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Midwest Flooding Will Cause Shortages of THESE FOODS
Floods are dangerous natural disasters. People and animals can be swept away and easily drown. Floods can carry bacteria and pollutants great distances. Floods can bust through levees and tear down bridges. Floods can also lead to food shortages when they destroy farms, like the recent floods in the Midwest have. Smart preppers will take measures to beef up their food storage now.
Which Foods are Going to Be Scarce
When we look at the currently impacted states, here’s which crops and livestock will be impacted: