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Buckshot Survival Hour

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Food/Financial Crisis of 2011 So, the present tragedy is going to be compounded by too much money chasing the availability of food. Even in America, if you are not financially independent, the odds are good that someday you could be waiting in line to feed yourself and your family. We are not allowing yet onto our collective radar screens exactly what we are facing in the months and years ahead. The world is still looking normal for the “haves” but those who have less feel the avalanche of climbing food prices. We are only at the very beginning of a crisis that has “going to get much worse” written all over it. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2011/02/10/f-arctic-bay-food-prices.html#ixzz1DdDeb5oX These grocery shelves in the High Arctic community of Arctic Bay, Nunavut, have people talking this week — $38 for cranberry cocktail, $29 for Cheez Whiz, and a whopping $77 for a bag of breaded chicken http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/worst-freeze-in-60-years-wipes-out-entire-crops-across-the-southwestern-u-s-and-northern-mexico Worst Freeze In 60 Years Wipes Out Entire Crops Across The Southwestern U.S. And Northern Mexico One crop that was hit particularly hard by the recent freeze was corn. In fact, officials in Mexico are estimating that four million tons of corn have been lost. That represents a full 16 percent of Mexico's annual corn harvest. Tortilla prices were already increasing even before this recent freeze, and now many officials are extremely concerned about where tortilla prices are going to go from here.