- Food Is In The Globalists Crosshairs As ‘Perfect Storm Scenario’ Strikes America: ‘Job Paradox’ Leaves Unemployed Not Wanting To Work While Government Hands Out ‘Free Money’
by Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die, https://allnewspipeline.com/Home.php
With ‘chicken shortages’ across America ‘the new big thing’, leaving poultry prices soaring and restaurants unable to keep up with customer demand, Business Insider reported on Thursday that there’s a growing list of shortages now hitting the ‘re-opening economy’, from Depends to diapers to tampons, from new and used cars to gas to plastics to computer chips, to furniture to coffee to toilet paper (again) and to foods of many different kinds.
Also reporting within that story that the costs of packaging many goods have increased by nearly 40% from the start of 2020, marking “historic highs”, it also gave us a warning why; a ‘commodity’ unlike all the others is in surprisingly short supply: workers.
Reporting that major labor shortages are hitting businesses and industries all across the country, with economists ‘baffled’ by the ‘job paradox’ of millions unemployed while jobs remain unfilled, WHY would many people want to go back to work at a ‘dead end job’ when ‘free money’ is being handed out by the government?
As the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) had reported in this new story titled “US Businesses Are Closing Because They Can’t Find Anyone to Work. Here’s Why“: “In a recent interview, economist Lawrence Summers said the government’s juiced-up unemployment benefits have created a record labor shortage.” And as many different ANP readers had pointed out in their comments on in this new story by Dr. Peter Pry, shortages of all kinds are now popping up, leaving store shelves light on many different products and in many different locations all across America as a result.
With Reuters reporting that the ‘expected job surge’ following the end of many Covid-19 restrictions had ‘slowed sharply in April’, leaving business ‘scrambling to meet booming demand’, the Business Insider story warned ‘a perfect storm’ is now hitting businesses across America, leading to the shortages we’re now seeing and grocers and restaurants demanding of suppliers; “hurry up and make more now”.