Economics/Class Relations

How to survive food shortages with little money, no land, and zero skills

My good friend John Bush has been in the business of helping people escape cities, build homesteads (easier than most people think and you don’t have to be rural), and defeat boredom on a budget. If any of this interests you, check the info below. His online seminars are legendary for their depth of information, clarity and affordability.

Here’s what John is talking about!

Food shortages are here and will get worse.

The President of the National Black Farmers Association, John Boyd Jr., said in June that “We are in a crisis right now as far as the food chain goes with the farmers in this country…We’re going to see a lot of empty shelves and a lot more high food prices.”

Food banks are already seeing a flood of new families.

Plus, extreme droughts in places like Texas and Oklahoma – which produces over a quarter of the nation’s beef – are leaving cows with less food to eat and ranchers being forced to cull more of their herd to stay afloat.

Not to mention we’re experiencing the highest rate of inflation since the 80s and the cost of everything is skyrocketing while savings are being wiped out.

Add to that the insane cost of gas.

And the fact that the White House had to change the definition of recession just to downplay how bad things are.

We’re staring down the barrel of a total economic disaster.

But that doesn’t mean all hope is lost.


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