The price of diesel has reached an all-time high and it won’t take many more weeks before the supply chain starts to feel the pressure. On Monday, the average price of a gallon of diesel fuel reached $5.321.
The trucking industry relies heavily on the use of diesel fuel. The trucks that deliver food and other supplies from warehouses to retail stores require diesel and the more expensive it gets, the more it costs to eat and live. With food prices already skyrocketing, this is just one more nail in the coffin of our society.
Compared to a year ago when the average price of diesel was $3.086 a gallon, prices now are about 72 percent higher, according to data released by AAA. Craig Fuller of Freight Alley says that the average owner-operator doing 7,000 miles per month at around 6.5 MPG has seen his fuel bill jump by about $1,800 per month since the beginning of 2022, according to a report by Natural News.
Costs are going to be passed down to consumers. “I really don’t see the situation improving drastically anytime soon,” warned Patrick DeHaan, the head petroleum analyst at GasBuddy. “It certainly will take time and additional refining capacity to boost up the supply of diesel and jet fuel back to adequate levels.”
While the situation in Ukraine is certainly not helping matters any, Faulkner emphasized that the problem is also a result of “policies right here at home.”
“If truckers cannot afford to drive, then goods do not move,” Faulkner warns as the bottom line. Runaway inflation, it turns out, is a product of the Federal Reserve’s corrupt monetary policies, which date back more than 100 years to the time when it was first created.
Eventually, the shelves will empty at most grocery stores. It will become difficult to find the things you normally have ease in purchasing. The writing on the wall was there once lockdowns were used to “slow the spread” of the scamdemic. It became obvious at that point that the ruling class is coming for both our food and our health and they will enslave us using the fear of starvation or death.
Get your preps. Time is running out to stockpile nutrient-dense high-calorie foods for the upcoming food supply shortages.