All by design, America is plunging into destitution, bankruptcy and mass famine. Along the path to that outcome, the American people are rapidly shifting grocery purchases away from conventional grocery stores to discount “dollar” stores, where heavily processed shelf-stable and frozen food items can be purchased for $1.25.
Imagine the nutrient depletion in a box of generic pop-tarts sold for $1.25.
Imagine the food safety shortcuts and lack of quality control for a $1.25 frozen pizza that’s sold in a dollar store.
Realize that, for many Americans, dollar stores are the last step on the path to famine. If food prices continue to rise — as they are on track to do — the very same people who can barely afford dollar store processed food right now will soon find themselves without food options at all. They will starve.
Or, perhaps more accurately, they will revolt as the hunger kicks in, and they will do anything to try not to starve.
Every nation, it is said, is just nine meals away from anarchy (or a revolution). It’s not difficult to see that’s where all this is rapidly headed.
61% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck
According to the UK Daily Mail, 61% of Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck. They have zero savings. They have no buffer when it all hits the fan.
Those nearly-broke Americans are increasingly turning to dollar stores to source cheap calories. That same article from the UK Daily Mail explains, “Grocery sales at discount stores spiked 71% between October 2021 and June 2022.”