Don't hoard, more supplies are coming to flood-stricken regions, say B.C. officials 1

Don’t hoard, more supplies are coming to flood-stricken regions, say B.C. officials

 

David Molko reports from Agassiz, B.C. where essential traffic is allowed in the area but gas and food are in low supply.

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13 comments

  1. Food supplies are dependent on industrialized and centralized Ag and imports. Small scale, decentralized farms have become impossible due to inflated real estate prices due to speculation and from urbanization Which has led to the destruction of farm land. A day of reackoning is coming. Take this as a warning. We must shift our priorities and our policies.

    1. Wait till a loss of power. All that hoarding suddenly becomes pointless. If you gotta hoard, bulk up on canned goods.

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