In a statement that caused immediate panic in national news, the white house sent out a warning to the public to prepare for coming shortages saying that and I am quoting here “there will be things that people can’t get,’ at Christmas.
“There will be things that people can’t get,” a senior white house official told reporting agencies.
The perfect storm. What could have gone wrong in regards to the supply chain and the world’s economy has and is going wrong – with it, we are entering into a period of chaos.
Everything is happening all at once. Consumers are feeling pain in their projection of the future and their checking accounts in the present from a tidal wave of inflation that is sweeping through the economy. Any hopes of a recovery period are being dashed by the in your face reality that we are facing the sins of generations before us. Sins that have led the economy to this interconnected mess where the downfall of an economic variable in one part of the world lies hand in hand with the money that you make and the cost of the goods that you need to survive your day to day life.
“The days when you could feed a family of four with a 3 pound chicken for $4 are coming to an end,” stresses one organization.