Sunday, June 08, 2008



"Nine meals from anarchy"

The phrase 'nine meals from anarchy' sounds more like the title of a bad Hollywood movie than any genuine threat.
But that was the expression coined by Lord Cameron of Dillington, a farmer who was the first head of the Countryside Agency - the quango set up by Tony Blair in the days when he pretended to care about the countryside - to describe just how perilous Britain's food supply actually is.

Long before many others, Cameron saw the potential of a real food crisis striking not just the poor of the Third World, but us, here in Britain, in the 21st Century.
The scenario goes like this. Imagine a sudden shutdown of oil supplies; a sudden collapse in the petrol that streams steadily through the pumps and so into the engines of the lorries which deliver our food around the country, stocking up the supermarket shelves as soon as any item runs out.

If the trucks stopped moving, we'd start to worry and we'd head out to the shops, cking up our larders. By the end of Day One, if there was still no petrol, the shelves would be looking pretty thin. Imagine, then, Day Two: your fourth, fifth and sixth meal. We'd be in a panic. Day three: still no petrol.

What then? With hunger pangs kicking in, and no notion of how long it might take for the supermarkets to restock, how long before those who hadn't stocked up began stealing from their neighbours? Or looting what they could get their hands on?

There might be 11 million gardeners in Britain, but your delicious summer peas won't go far when your kids are hungry and the baked beans have run out.

It was Lord Cameron's estimation that it would take just nine meals - three full days without food on supermarket shelves - before law and order started to break down, and British streets descended into chaos.
A far-fetched warning for a First World nation like Britain? Hardly. Because that's exactly what happened in the U.S. in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. People looted in order to feed themselves and their families.

If a similar tragedy was to befall Britain, we are fooling ourselves if we imagine we would not witness similar scenes of crime and disorder.
Well, today Britain is facing a very real crisis. Granted, it is not the threat of a sudden, terrifying phenomenon such as the hurricane that struck New Orleans. But in its capacity to cause widespread hardship and deprivation nationwide, it is every bit as daunting.
Oil prices are spiralling - $120 a barrel this week, up 23 per cent since the start of the year - and the cost is being felt not only by drivers but by each and every one of us who has seen our food bills soaring.

This week, the British Retail Consortium revealed that food price inflation had risen to 6 per cent - the highest figure since comparable records began - and up from 4.7 per cent in April and 4.1 per cent in March.
At its most basic, the reasons for this food inflation are twofold: increasing demand (particularly in the emerging economies of India and China) and spiralling production costs.
The former had been predicted for years, but the latter is more unexpected.

Conventional wisdom had it that in an age of mechanisation, the cost of producing the food that we eat would decrease as technology found new ways of improving yields and minimising labour costs. But there was a problem that hadn't been factored in. Production methods are now such that 95 per cent of all the food we eat in the world today is oil-dependent.

More
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1024833/Nine-meals-anarchy--Britain-facing-real-food-crisis.html








9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The British people wouldn't stand a chance in such a scenario.

We are surrounded by immigrants who know how to strip down MK's, handle knives, and have seen more bloodshed than an abatoire. Add to that the blacks who are infamously aggressive, and you have a major disaster on your hands.

I wonder how long it would take the white liberals to cotton onto the fact that blacks when hungry, are not their best friends.

tonydj said...

That's where 'leaderless resistance' comes in. Those Nationalists who haven''t been scooped up in the first wave of arrests organise their communities.

When the panic stricken white masses realise that we know what we are talking about...indeed we predicted it...they will listen to us.

Then the "Right wing neo-nazi thugs" will be only too welcome!

In the meantime, stock up with canned food and whatever weopons we are allowed to keep.

Ohh,,,and if you can find a copy read "War of the flea" by Robert Taber

Anonymous said...

The first thing to happen in such a disaster would be a run on all the supermarkets, and local shops.
And, once they have been looted of everything people will start to pick off the weak. The elderly would be the first ones bludgeoned to death and all their goods taken, the next would be young women and children being raped with weak males picked off as they try to defend them, or, they’d run and leave them to fend for themselves.

Anarchy would reign with building being torched and looted just for the hell of it.

Anyone and everyone with a vendetta against the state would come out to play, and Muslims would be the main players who through their friends in Ireland have been shipping weapons into Britain since the late 90’s. Armed to the teeth they’d takeover the cities followed by the blacks prepared to offer their muscle. Those who came here under the cover of asylum, and were more than likely trained soldiers, will be poised to use the tall building in cities to snipe from.

The only chance the strong British would have, is to move out to the countryside where food can be grown, and to defend it to the hilt. Once the land surrounding the cities was captured and made safe, you could send groups into the outskirts of towns and cities and start taking it back inch by inch, by murdering the bastards, and burning them out.

Anonymous said...

There has been a steadily increasing amount of stuff in the media threatening food rationing.

There has been a suggestion that trendy Green 'carbon footprint' cards be issued to the populace. Those cards also cover food rationing.

That's why the NWO is trying to disarm the populace.

What do you think all this media hysteria about 'knife crime' is all about? Anything that would allow the populace to resist the Ziopolizei will be taken away. They've even started hinting that ordinary household knives should be taken away (make the filthy goyim eat with their fingers? Ha ha).

Anonymous said...

"What do you think all this media hysteria about 'knife crime' is all about? Anything that would allow the populace to resist the Ziopolizei will be taken away. They've even started hinting that ordinary household knives should be taken away (make the filthy goyim eat with their fingers? Ha ha)."


Bollocks to that!

I suggest everyone keeps their car filled up, stock up on knives, can openers, and take up archery.

Anonymous said...

"Imagine a sudden shutdown of oil supplies; a sudden collapse in the petrol that streams steadily through the pumps and so into the engines of the lorries which deliver our food around the country, stocking up the supermarket shelves as soon as any item runs out.

If the trucks stopped moving, we'd start to worry and we'd head out to the shops, cking up our larders. By the end of Day One, if there was still no petrol, the shelves would be looking pretty thin. Imagine, then, Day Two: your fourth, fifth and sixth meal. We'd be in a panic. Day three: still no petrol."

It really makes you wonder why Griffin pissed off Andrew Spence, doesn't it?

Andrew Spence could have delivered a nationalist government to the people of Britain. You really have to ask why the man who scored the highest vote in a BNP by election, didn't get his leaflets till the week before the by election. The BNP is a state run operation.

"By Tuesday September 12, 2000, 3,000 petrol stations were reported to be closed due to a lack of fuel.[18] There were also resports that there would be no fuel left within 48 hours.[18] Tony Blair, the Prime Minister put the oil companies under pressure to resume deliveries. BP said that they would resume deliveries if police escorts were given to the tankers.[18] Tony Blair had been in contact with the oil companies during the day and announced that supplies would be back to normal within 24 hours,[7] with the oil companies having been ordered under the government's powers to commence deliveries to the emergency services.[19] At the same time BBC News reported that the government's COBRA committee had drawn up plans to deal with the crisis, including using the military to assist in moving supplies and "

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_fuel_protest

Anonymous said...

With our army in the middle east and Europe that makes 50.000 soldiers ,how many are left in Britain and with the polise could they maintain martial law that is the question,and remember this the criminals /terriorists and rioters would have a field day you would have look after yourself
victor lutz.

Anonymous said...

"you would have look after yourself"

Very true, and flabby beer bellied nationalists would be amongst the first to die.

In all seriousness, I don't think any nationalist could comprehend the mayhem, danger, and the very true fact that in such a situation it wouldn't matter the colour of anyones skin, you could trust no one. And, in particular, you couldn't trust Griffin.

Anonymous said...

"And, in particular, you couldn't trust Griffin.

09 June 2008 17:03"

True, Griffin is just a Mugabe waiting to happen.

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