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    WELCOME TO THE NEW NORMAL: Thousands of Desperate Texans Line Up for New-Age Breadlin

    WELCOME TO THE NEW NORMAL: Thousands of Desperate Texans Line Up for New-Age Breadlines

    Published 3 hours ago on Nov 17, 2020
    By Shane Trejo




    The globalist technocrats keep talking about how society will never go back to freedom due to the COVID-19 scamdemic.


    We are beginning to see what the “new normal” looks like, and it looks like new-age breadlines with thousands of desperate Texans lining up in their vehicles to get their handouts.
    CBS DFW showed the sorry scene of thousands of families showing up in Dallas for the “largest mobile food distribution ever” over the weekend:

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    https://youtu.be/lZODnJ8gAL8

    Big League Politics has reported on how the globalist elite plan to use media-generated fear about COVID-19 to transform society permanently into a Big Brother hellscape:
    The late plutocrat and engineer of globalism David Rockefeller once said at a United Nations dinner: “All we need is the right crisis and the people will accept the New World Order.” With COVID-19, it seems that the right crisis has finally arrived to usher in the new era of globalism. The mass media is already priming the public for the new permanent changes to society that are all but inevitable at this point.BBC News has laid out their grand vision of the Orwellian “new normal” of what the central planners and technocrats intend society to look like by 2022.“It’s 2022 and you’ve just arrived at the travel destination of your dreams. As you get off the plane, a robot greets you with a red laser beam that remotely takes your temperature. You’re still half asleep after a long transoceanic flight, so your brain barely registers the robot’s complacent beep. You had just passed similar checks when boarding the plane hours ago so you have nothing to worry about and can just stroll to the next health checkpoint,” BBC reporter Lina Zeldovich wrote.Zeldovich lays out the reality of endless health checks, breathalyzers with microchips in them, and microscopic ink tattoos to track vaccine compliance. All of this would be required in airports to travel, at first, and then be rolled out as mandatory to participate in normal functions of society.She notes that the mark-of-the-beast vaccine tracking tattoo has already been tested on animals and corpses, thanks to the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.“The macro-needles don’t leave scars and are less invasive than the regular needles – it’s like putting on a Band-Aid,” said researcher Ana Jaklenec of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “It can even be done with a modified phone.”

    Technocratic socialism is on the way unless the American people revolt, as Dr. Scott Atlas has suggested, and do so soon.

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    Send in ICE.

    How many are ILLEGAL ALIENS taking our food. They stuff 20 people into one home. They send all their cars out to take all they can.

    They need to go home and let their president feed them and provide them jobs!
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    "Largest Distribution Ever" - Thousands Of Cars Lined Up At Texas Food Bank

    Wed, 11/18/2020 - 09:44

    According to CBS News, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) handed out more than 600,000 pounds of food this past weekend to 25,000 hungry people.

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    Thousands of cars lined up to collect food in Dallas, Texas, over the weekend, stretching as far as the eye can see.




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    Saturday's event was the "largest-ever" food giveaway as described by NTFB. As shown below, aerial photos reveal vehicle lines stretched miles down the street.




    Samantha Woods, a Dallas, Texas resident who was waiting in line, told CBS, "I see blessings coming to us cause we all struggling. And I appreciate North Texas helping us out."

    Cynthia Culter, another Dallas resident, said, "I haven't been working since December, can't find a job, they cut my unemployment, it's a real big deal."
    NTFB spokeswoman Anna Kurian told CNN that "forty percent of the folks coming through our partners' doors are doing so for the first time."
    NTFB President Trisha Cunningham said she is proud of her team "for providing some hope and care during these extraordinary times."

    "It was quite a humbling scene to see so many in need," Cunningham told CNN.
    Internet searches for "drive thru food bank near me" is absolutely erupting.



    While the virus-induced downturn may be over for the rich, as stocks and real estate prices catapult higher, working-poor folks have been financially ruined in the last eight-month.
    Huge demand for food banks nationwide could result in a "meal shortage" within the next 12 months.

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    Remember America; it's not a Bread Line; It's a Democrat Socialist Garlic Bread, Bread Line


















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    UN World Food Program Warns Of "Famines Of Biblical Proportions In 2021"

    Thu, 11/19/2020 - 17:40
    Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

    The UN World Food Program was the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, and the head of that agency is warning of the potential for absolutely devastating famines around the globe in 2021.
    The COVID-19 lockdowns that were instituted all over the world this year created tremendous hardship in many wealthy countries, but in poorer nations the economic devastation has created alarming waves of hunger. There was hope that things would get better when lockdowns were being lifted, but now a new round of lockdowns is being imposed, and many experts are warning about what this could mean for those living in deep poverty.



    David Beasley was absolutely thrilled when his agency was given the Nobel Peace Prize, because all of the attention has given him more opportunities to ask for money. Because without a massive influx of money, he says that we are going to see “famines of biblical proportions in 2021”
    The head of the World Food Program says the Nobel Peace Prize has given the U.N. agency a spotlight and megaphone to warn world leaders that next year is going to be worse than this year, and without billions of dollars “we are going to have famines of biblical proportions in 2021.”
    As I have previously explained to my readers, widespread crop failures along with the economic shutdowns brought on by COVID-19 have put a tremendous amount of stress on global food distribution systems. Food prices are rapidly rising all over the planet, and this is hurting the people at the bottom of the economic food chain the most.
    According to Beasley, many areas of the globe are potentially facing a major food crisis “in the next three to six months”
    According to a joint analysis by WFP and the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization in October, 20 countries “are likely to face potential spikes in high acute food insecurity” in the next three to six months, “and require urgent attention.”
    Of those, Yemen, South Sudan, northeastern Nigeria and Burkina Faso have some areas that “have reached a critical hunger situation following years of conflict or other shocks,” the U.N. agencies said, and any further deterioration in coming months “could lead to a risk of famine.”
    Here in the United States, the good news is that nobody is facing starvation at this point.
    But the bad news is that we are in the midst of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s, and some Americans are waiting in line for up to 12 hours for handouts. If you don’t believe this, here is an excerpt from a news report about a food distribution event that just happened in Texas
    Thousands of families lined up to receive groceries at a Texas food bank this weekend, some queuing for as long as 12 hours as the on-going coronavirus pandemic continues to inflict hunger and economic hardships on the state.
    The food bank distribution event, held by North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) in Dallas on Saturday, saw 600,000 pounds of food given away – including 7,000 turkeys.
    You have to be pretty desperate to be willing to wait in a line for 12 hours.
    But when you are very hungry and you are very short on money, all of a sudden you will be willing to do things that you wouldn’t normally do.
    For those that wouldn’t have a Thanksgiving dinner otherwise, this food distribution event was “a real big deal”
    “I see blessings coming to us cause we all struggling. And I appreciate North Texas helping us out,” resident Samantha Woods said while waiting in her vehicle.
    “I haven’t been working since December, can’t find a job, they cut my unemployment, it’s a real big deal,” said Cynthia Culter.
    Elsewhere, millions upon millions of impoverished Americans are facing the possibility of being evicted from their homes right after the holiday season is over.
    A national moratorium on evictions is scheduled to end on January 1st, and it is being reported that we could see a record number of evictions in January 2021…
    An estimated 11 to 13 million renter households are at risk of eviction, according to Stout, an investment bank and global advisory firm. It predicts there could be as many as 6.4 million potential eviction filings by January 1, 2021 if the CDC moratorium is lifted.
    Since the order does not cancel or freeze rent, all of the tenant’s back rent will be due come January 1. Without rent relief or an extension of the protection, many struggling renters will — again — face eviction.
    I have a feeling that the moratorium may be extended, but that will just put even more financial stress on landlords.
    And at some point there will be no more moratoriums, and all of that back rent will be due, and most of those households will not be able to pay it and will be evicted anyway.
    Meanwhile, more Americans are losing their jobs with each passing day, and the new lockdowns that are being put in place all over the country right now will greatly accelerate that process.
    No matter what happens politically, it appears that our national economic nightmare is only going to intensify in 2021, and that means that we are likely to see even more civil unrest.
    Of course most people already understand what is happening to our nation, and that is why so many wealthy individuals are fleeing our core urban areas. According to the New York Post, “far more than 300,000 New Yorkers” have moved out of the city over the past eight months…
    City residents filed 295,103 change of address requests from March 1 through Oct. 31, according to data The Post obtained from the US Postal Service under a Freedom of Information Act request.
    Since the data details only when 11 or more forwarding requests were made to a particular county outside NYC, the number of moves is actually higher. And a single address change could represent an entire household, which means far more than 300,000 New Yorkers fled the five boroughs.

    This is already the craziest time in modern American history, and I will continue to keep my readers updated as we head into another deeply troubled year.
    For a long time I have been warning that economic collapse, famine and civil unrest were coming, and now all three are all in the headlines on a continual basis.
    Unfortunately, what we have experienced so far is just the beginning. Global authorities are hoping for a “reset”, but what they are going to get is a “great meltdown” instead.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitic...oportions-2021
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    Stop the wars, stop funding the war machine.

    Cut off all foreign aid and rebuild America. Slam the border shut. The U.N. can go in and solve these countries problems and keep your grubby paws off our money. That is all they do is BEG for money every damn day, every year, for decades. We are sick of it.

    Get on birth control and stop breeding in a mud puddle and dirt shacks, it is disgusting.

    These raping men need vasectomies.

    No more money, no aid, no oatmeal.

    The U.N. and corrupt dictators have turned people into overbreeding Feral Cats!

    And how many ILLEGAL ALIENS are in our food bank lines taking our food. They need to be deported and let their president feed their overbreeding mouths. They come here and pop out kids like a Pez Dispenser to get every FREE thing they can lie, cheat, and steal from us. Cut them off!!! No anchor baby.

    We do not have a money problem. We have a spending problem. Stop the waste, fraud and abuse of our money. We are not the world's ATM machine, dumping ground, or food bank!

    Immigration, refugees, asylum, TPS, and illegal immigration is going to be the death of us all. They are swarming our countries like locusts, devouring our schools, housing, healthcare system, welfare, food stamps, roads, lands, countryside, parks, courts and prisons. This is costing us billions of OUR dollars that WE worked for and taken out of our wallets against our will.

    This unrelenting invasion of our country should be the top priority of every legal American citizen in this country to demand it is stopped in it's tracks and 30 million are deported for immediate relief to our jobs, housing, roads, school, healthcare system, welfare, food stamps, courts and overflowing prisons!

    This affects us all across the board.
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    New Mexico Closures of Grocery Stores Over Coronavirus Prompts Half-Mile Long Lines

    By Kristinn Taylor
    Published November 21, 2020 at 1:46pm
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    Under a policy announced last month by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D), New Mexico currently has over a dozen grocery stores around the state closed for two weeks–including Albertsons, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Target stores–due to employees testing positive for the COVID-19 China coronavirus. This is causing great hardship in affected small towns where only one grocery store remains open, prompting lines of panicked shoppers estimated to be a half-mile long.

    The closures are the result of the state’s Rapid Response Watchlist program that monitors grocery stores, retailers and restaurants for positive COVID tests of employees. One positive test prompts a “rapid response” by the state to quarantine the positive employees, isolate contacts for 14 days and clean the affected area, resulting in a partial closure of less than 24 hours. But when a store gets 4 rapid responses from the state within 14 days the entire store will be shut down for two weeks.

    Excerpt from the New Mexico Rapid Response website FAQss:
    Which businesses will close for two weeks once they reach four or more rapid responses in 14 calendar days?

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    Any “food and drink establishment,” “place of lodging,” “retail space,” or “essential business” (other than those which meet the definition of a healthcare operation, utility, or media service) in which members of the public regularly visit, must immediately close for 14 days if there are four or more rapid responses within the last 14 days. These establishments are defined in the Nov. 13, 2020 public health order.
    When there are four or more rapid responses at a location that meet the criteria for inclusion on the Watchlist (see question 3) within 14 calendar days, the New Mexico Environment Department will refer the establishment to the Department of Health, which will evaluate and make the decision on establishment closure. An “essential business” may be permitted to continue operating if the Department of Health, after consultation with the Environment Department, determines that the business is a necessary provider of goods or services within a community.


    Who will enforce the public health order requirement to close for 14 days?
    The New Mexico Department of Health will enforce the closure requirement. The Department of Health, the New Mexico Department of Public Safety, the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, the Environment Department and other state agencies are authorized to take all appropriate steps to ensure compliance with other aspects of the public health order. Report violations of the public health order here.
    What are the consequences for a business that does not follow the public health order?
    Failure to comply with the Public Health Order may result in penalties up to $5,000 per day by the New Mexico Department of Health and legal action. Other state agencies may separately initiate enforcement proceedings against the business.
    Excerpt from KRQE-TV:

    The New Mexico Health Department shut down two grocery stores in Roswell because of too many rapid responses due to COVID-19 exposures. In Carlsbad and Hobbs, they are down to one grocery store in each community after the other was closed for two weeks by the Health Department. Residents say this is causing some people to panic.
    “The governor put in a new edict, I knew things would be crazy, and I’m not crazy, but if everybody else is crazy, then you kinda have to react to that and so I wanted to go pick up a few things just to make sure I didn’t have to go out this weekend or any other time. I pulled into the parking lot of Walmart at 6:58 and I did not walk into the store until 8:10,” said Michelle Martin, a concerned resident.
    Michelle Martin said the lines this morning to get into Walmart stretched about a half-mile in Roswell. Now people say when a store closes for two weeks it greatly affects families in their community.
    …”I mean you have the elderly waiting in line, standing out there luckily it was a nice cool morning but you have people in wheelchairs doing the same thing, or people with their children and this is the mass hysteria that is being created by this,” said Michelle.



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    Growing Food Bank Lines Across America Signal Economic Crisis Far From Over




    Remind you of anything?

    Sat, 11/21/2020 - 20:35

    Millions of Americans face food and housing insecurity this holiday season. The unemployment rate stands around 6.9%, with more than ten million folks still out of work. Permanent job loss continues to soar, now about 3.8 million, as a double-dip recession becomes increasingly likely by year-end.
    We recently pointed out that food bank lines continue to increase across the country as the virus-induced downturn continues to inflict financial devastation on the working poor.
    Last weekend, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) handed out more than 600,000 pounds of food to 25,000 hungry people - one of the largest-ever food giveaways, explained NTFB officials.

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    Thousands of cars lined up to collect food in Dallas, Texas, over the weekend, stretching as far as the eye can see.




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    The Daily Mail has compiled a list of food banks across the country reporting a surge in demand ahead of the holidays next week.

    On Friday, US military personnel handed out food in a "massive food drive" at a food bank in Arlington, Texas.



    Hundreds of cars were seen at the event organized by Tarrant Area Food Bank. It was described as the "largest food drive" in their history.



    Here's a woman rummaging through a food bank set up inside a church in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.



    A food bank in Fort Washington, Maryland, handing out care packages to hungry people.



    Volunteers at a food bank in Los Angeles distributed 1,500 meals on Friday.



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    The Thanksgiving reality of smaller family gatherings is also being met with a growing number of Americans going hungry.The Greater LA Food Bank says demand this year is up 145%, as lines for Thanksgiving turkeys stretched for miles in Dallas on Friday.




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    People entering a drive-thru food bank in Montgomery, Alabama.



    In New York City, a food bank is handing out care packages to hungry folks as the city continues to deal with depressionary unemployment amid a Covid winter.



    On Saturday, hundreds of cars were lined up for a food bank distribution in North Jersey.

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    A Twitter user records huge lines outside one food bank. No location was given.

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    Today I saw a food bank distribution center with a line of cars miles long, full of people who need assistance to have enough to eat. My heart aches. If you’re able, consider joining with me and donating to your local food bank. They are doing much needed work right now.




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    A Milwaukee food bank this morning has a traffic jam of hungry people waiting for care packages.

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    This is the line for the food bank in front of my friend’s apartment building in Milwaukee this morning. I hope you are proud of all your many accomplishments @realDonaldTrump. P.S.#YouLostGetOverIt#TrumpIsANationalDisgrace#BidenHarris2020




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    Nationwide, food bank lines are surging ahead of the holiday season.



    This all comes as the Covid winter begins, and the economic recovery is faltering. JPMorgan warned Friday that a dark winter is ahead.
    Citi econ surprise index clearly shows the recovery is stalling.



    JPM chief economist Michael Feroli, who writes that while the economy powered through the July coronavirus wave, "at that time the reopening of the economy provided a powerful tailwind to growth. The economy no longer has that tailwind; instead it now faces the headwind of increasing restrictions on activity." Meanwhile, "the holiday season—from Thanksgiving through New Year's—threatens a further increase in cases. This winter will be grim, and we believe the economy will contract again in 1Q, albeit at "only" a 1.0% annualized rate."
    In other words, the double-dip is about to hit.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-f...risis-far-over


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    More than 1 million New Yorkers have turned to food banks amid worsening pandemic lockdowns

    Sunday, November 22, 2020 by: Divina Ramirez
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    (Natural News) With the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdowns being used to crush the economy, hunger has driven tens of thousands of New Yorkers to line up outside food banks and soup kitchens. In a recent report, the New York Times said that the number of people facing hunger in New York City (NYC) could be upwards of 1.5 million.

    Food banks are no strangers to the occasional spike in demand following natural disasters. But the COVID-19 pandemic has caused record-high increases in demand for the services of soup kitchens and emergency food distributors, with thousands lining up outside these establishments for the first time.
    “We have done disasters before, but nothing is even close to what we are doing now,” said Alexander Rapaport, the executive director of Masbia, a network of soup kitchens in NYC that has been operating for over a decade.
    There is so much need, said Rapaport, that all three locations of Masbia in NYC are now open 24/7, feeding at least 1,500 families every day. Unfortunately, Rapaport fears that these efforts are still not enough to calm the rumbling stomachs of thousands of New Yorkers.

    Food insecurity looms over NYC, rattles food banks

    The pandemic has closed down thousands of businesses and put millions of workers out of jobs. Since the U.S. declared the pandemic in March, food banks nationwide have been catering to bigger crowds and distributing provisions down longer lines.
    For instance, Rapaport said that Masbia saw a 500 percent increase in demand over the past few months. To answer that demand and prevent people from standing in long lines for hours, Rapaport created an entirely new system that required people to make an appointment before visiting the branch to pick up provisions. He added that the new “digital lines” would also allow people who are embarrassed to line up to do so.
    On the other hand, City Harvest, one of New York’s largest emergency food distributors, reported nearly seven million visits to the pantries in its network from March through August, a more than 20 percent increase from 2019. City Harvest has also provided more than 67 million pounds of free and nutritious foods since March, an 89 percent increase from 2019.
    However, the food distributor has had to spend more than $6.5 million over the past six months on food that could last longer on shelves. Even so, food insecurity in NYC is expected to increase by 36 percent, as per City Harvest’s latest report.
    On the other hand, BronxWorks, a nonprofit organization that offers support services to both individuals and families, is now serving up to 4,000 people each month. Before the pandemic, it served just under 500 people each month.
    We’re not okay. No one is ready. No one is okay. Everyone is struggling,” Jocelyne Rojas of BronxWorks Food Pantry told CBS New York. “What I make is not enough for me to feed myself, try to feed my mother, maintain an apartment. You still have your phone bill.”
    With the city’s unemployment rate at 14 percent and the Bronx’s at nearly 19 percent, Eileen Torres, executive director of BronxWorks, said that 80 percent of the people who visit their pantries are doing so for the first time. The organization has also tripled the number of its pantries and extended its hours and days of service.

    NYC’s liberal policies to blame for food insecurity

    While Democrats and leftists are quick to blame NYC’s food crisis on the pandemic, it results more from failed liberal policies than anything else.
    Last May, for instance, Kentucky Sen. Paul Rand blasted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s strict lockdown policies, arguing that the death rate for people aged 18 years and below was practically zero. In fact, as per estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 99.99 percent of people aged 19 or younger who contract the virus make a full recovery.
    Furthermore, 99.98 percent of people aged 20–49 years who contract the disease usually fully recover.
    But no thanks to Cuomo’s strict lockdown policies, thousands of bars and restaurants have closed their doors indefinitely. On the other hand, small and independent restaurants struggle to keep theirs open as high rents and restrictions on indoor dining make it difficult to earn a profit.
    More than closing down businesses and putting thousands of people out of jobs, the great blow to NYC’s dining scene has also affected local farms and seafood companies that supply bars and restaurants. (Related: Sysco warns of hard times ahead as coronavirus decimates restaurant industry.)
    Instead of responding to struggling business owners and suppliers’ needs, authorities chose to focus their efforts on converting luxury hotels in New York’s Upper West Side into shelters for the homeless. Not long after, residents in the area complained about public urination, catcalling and public drug use.
    Given the state’s lack of initiative and inadequate support for its citizens, it isn’t unlikely that tens of thousands more New Yorkers will soon face hunger as well.
    Learn more about the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. at Pandemic.news.

    Sources include:

    WesternJournal.com
    Patch.com
    NewYork.CBSLocal.com
    WhiteHouse.gov
    WSJ.com

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