"Are You Getting It!? Eggmageddon It!" Part I
Eggmageddon & Biden's promise of a "Food Shortage" Is Real and Getting Scary
“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again”
- Ancient prophecy of Eggmageddon™
I’m going to tell you the story of what I believe is going on right now through the price of eggs. Yessir, that lovable, delicious must have, family staple found in every refrigerator in the United States (except in the refrigerators of deranged anti-terrestrial terrestrials called vegans). To begin with, let us consult that oracle of all things usury, The Federal Reserve and its massive database of what it thinks of as useless information, we peasants need for occasional panem et circenses; ecce!
I have broken the graph down to show the pressure points applied by the Muricah’s good guys i.e. President Reagan, Speaker of the House of Representin’ Gingrich (no, Bubba doesn’t get any credit for balancing those budgets!) and POTUS 45 i.e Trump. The chart clearly shows the catastrophic effect on nearly every ‘Murican when the Cult of Death gets it’s cloven hooves on the levers of power and the money supply. Were it not for President Trump’s miraculous victory over Killary, the chart shows that Eggmageddon™ would’ve taken place circa 2020 and with the CoronaDoom™ teed up for that moment, imagine what food supplies and prices would have looked like during the great toilet paper hoarding in Feb-April 2020. All Trump’s Presidency did was delay this moment by 3 years.
That’s what the chart and our actual experience i.e. reality shows. No need for theories or prophecies, as I’ve been saying since February of 2020, the Sex Cult of Death planned this “Great Reset” and after the Event 201, November 2019 dress rehearsal, they pulled the trigger and launched their weapon at “maximum warp’.
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That’s what the charts will show has happened. That is reality and the reality is the assault is accelerating so rapidly few are even aware of it because
“this can’t happen here”, not in the “land of the free and the mortgaged mobile home of the kinda not scared, no sirree Bob!”
But it is happening and you best “stop being gay and accept it” and also accept that it’s not just eggs, Eggmageddon™ is the inflation death spiral the Weimarians and Zimbawians warned us about. Today I visited a local CVS pharmacy to pick up the 1 pharmaceutical concoction I still use (it’s a steroidal topical for psoriasis) and pay cash for since I have no “prescription coverage”. In 2016 when I kicked the pharmaceutical card scam to the curb I paid $165; by September 2022 that had risen to $215 but today when I went to pick up a new supply, the Pharmacist asked if she could talk to me privately for a moment, here’s what happened.
CVS Pharmacist: Mr. Church, I’m sorry but did you know the cash price on this medication?
Me: Yes, it’s $215, right?
CVS Pharmacist: No, there’s been a price increase, its now $345 (looks down at the floor, like she wants to “aw shucks” and kick some rocks).
Me: Wow, uh, let me call Dr. Benny Boombatz and see if he has another treatment, sorry for your troubles.
I’ll save you the brain drain and tell you that’s a 60% increase in 5 months! I then became curious because it had been 5 months since I was last at this CVS and so I wondered what a new supply of Pinaud after shave and a bottle of Head and Shoulders might cost me (at $12.79 per 16 oz bottle I opted to water down what I have left & stretch it another week). Well the Pinaud, which traces its roots all the way back to the reign of Napoleon, was $9.79 while the Aqua Velva was a mere $6.29. The last bottle of Aqua Velva I bought was a year or so ago and it was at a “Dollar Gentral” for $3.99. If we calculate that price increase it is again, 60%.
These items are personal to me, agreed and the price increases may be related to something other than Eggmageddon™ but last I checked there is no shortage of rubbing alcohol and no fires have been set to after shave processing plants and were we to head to Sam’s Club, we’d find sticker shock on every aisle there as well.
But sticker shock is the least of our Eggmageddon™ concerns because the real issue is the fact that none of what I have detailed above is cringe worthy to the average Boobus Americanus or his spouse Boobina Yoga Panta and that to me signifies that there is something working just below the surface in most of our minds, a psyop so well conceived and executed that its loud and flashing “WARNING WARNING WILL ROBINSON!” neon sign is not being seen or heard. And what “evidence'“ do I have for this psyop I am calling Eggmageddon™? Well there’s video of the food shortage being promised by the Regime Leader, let’s start there.
Just because this senile old rambled on about food shortages in front of a microphone maybe his handlers forgot to feed him his Cream of Wheat and food and wheat were on his mind that morning? No, after 3 years of watching this man’s assault on the human race unfold, I am pretty sure that when he makes threats he means them so here’s the question: why doesn’t the majority of the ‘Murican population take him seriously? I believe we are learning that the most probable answer is that they’ve been programmed to accept it. This leaves me to ask another pertinent question: for how long has this programming been pumped into people’s brains? Well, André Gregory & Wallace Shawn told us in 1981 that their generation had already succumbed to it.
But, in 1981 the primary means of the kind of stimulæ needed to pull this off on a majority of the population was television and television consumption, according to Nielsen Research peaked in 2009.
Clay Shirky is a professor who teaches media-how we make and how we consume it and why. He gave a talk in 2008 on this subject and what he calls “surplus consumption”, a phenomena that began in post-war ‘Muricah as machines began performing physical tasks at an increasing rate thus liberating people to do other things with the same time they had previously washed dishes or clothes. The transcript of Skirky’s talk is worth a read. He identifies this surplus and the “why” of its now ubiquitous expansion.
The normal case of social software [today its social media] is still failure; most of these experiments don't pan out. But the ones that do are quite incredible, and I hope that this one succeeds, obviously. But even if it doesn't, it's illustrated the point already, which is that someone working alone, with really cheap tools, has a reasonable hope of carving out enough of the cognitive surplus, enough of the desire to participate, enough of the collective goodwill of the citizens, to create a resource you couldn't have imagined existing even five years ago.
So that's the answer to the question, "Where do they find the time?" Or, rather, that's the numerical answer. But beneath that question was another thought, this one not a question but an observation. In this same conversation with the TV producer I was talking about World of Warcraft guilds, and as I was talking, I could sort of see what she was thinking: "Losers. Grown men sitting in their basement pretending to be elves."
At least they're doing something.
And I'm willing to raise that to a general principle. It's better to do something than to do nothing. Even lolcats, even cute pictures of kittens made even cuter with the addition of cute captions, hold out an invitation to participation. When you see a lolcat, one of the things it says to the viewer is, "If you have some sans‐serif fonts on your computer, you can play this game, too." And that's message‐‐I can do that, too‐‐is a big change.
This is something that people in the media world don't understand. Media in the 20th century was run as a single race‐‐consumption. How much can we produce? How much can you consume? Can we produce more and you'll consume more? And the answer to that question has generally been yes. But media is actually a triathlon, it’s three different events. People like to consume, but they also like to produce, and they like to share.
And what's astonished people who were committed to the structure of the previous society, prior to trying to take this surplus and do something interesting, is that they're discovering that when you offer people the opportunity to produce and to share, they'll take you up on that offer. It doesn't mean that we'll never sit around mindlessly watching Scrubs on the couch. It just means we'll do it less.
Shirky’s statement that there was a “previous society” I believe is spot on; that so radical has this change in media consumption and now production become that it now passes as society itself. This can help us understand why the Covid Psyop was so successful i.e. it didn’t put a dent in what the society was most committed to doing, it enhanced it: media.
Thus is the case the same for Eggmageddon™. As long as we have the ability to use what our society most prizes i.e. making and consuming media, prices would have to become prohibitory before most people would think that “hey, this is wrongggg…and its really baddddd too… we should DO SOMETHING about it!”
Yes. You should, but the question is: what?
Welcome to Eggmageddon™.
God Bless, Viva Cristo Rey!
I stockpiled eggs and didn’t know why, now I do. Thanks KingDude.