April 27, 2022

USA: FBI Warns Of Cyberattacks On US Food Plants After 18 Burned Down By Mysterious Fires. US Farmers Forced To Cull 27 Million+ Animals To Prevent Further Spread Of Huge Bird Flu Wave

American Military News
written by Liz George
Monday April 25, 2022

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Cyber Division issued a statement last week warning of potential ransomware attacks against the agricultural industry as more than a dozen food processing plants across the United States suffered damage from mysterious fires.

“Cyber actors may perceive [agricultural] cooperatives as lucrative targets with a willingness to pay due to the timesensitive role they play in agricultural production,” the FBI notice warned.

“A significant disruption of grain production could impact the entire food chain, since grain is not only consumed by humans but also used for animal feed,” it added. “In addition, a significant disruption of grain and corn production could impact commodities trading and stocks. An attack that disrupts processing at a protein or dairy facility can quickly result in spoiled products and have cascading effects down to the farm level as animals cannot be processed.”

The FBI’s warning recommended several steps to mitigate cyber threats, including regularly backing up data, implementing a recovery plan, requiring administrative credentials to install software, focusing on cyber security awareness and training, and more.

Last week, an image circulated on social media showing a compilation of news headlines highlighting fires at 18 food processing facilities over the past six months.
Also last week, Fox News host Tucker Carlson highlighted that for the second time in one week, a plane crashed into a food processing plant.

“Food processing plants all over the country seem to be catching fire,” Tucker noted, adding, “So, industrial accidents happen, of course, but this is a lot of industrial accidents at food processing facilities at the same time the president is warning us about food shortages.”
Seattle-based radio host Jason Rantz called the series of food processing plant fires “suspicious.”

“Obviously, when something happens every so often, you obviously hope that there is no significant damage and certainly that no one gets hurt, but you kind of write it off, it’s not that big of a deal, accidents happen,” Rantz said. “But when you’ve got well over a dozen food processing plants and warehouses getting destroyed or seriously damaged over just the last few weeks at a time when the food supply is already vulnerable, it’s obviously going to be suspicious, and it could lead to serious food shortages.”

“That’s why some folks are now wondering — well, number one, what’s going on? You’ve got some people speculating that this might be an intentional way to disrupt the food supply,” Rantz added.

In March, President Joe Biden warned of impending global food shortages that he said would be caused by sanctions imposed on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.

“With regard to food shortage, yes, we did talk about food shortages. And — and it’s going to be real,” Biden said.
Don't add up two plus two equals four. Don't connect the obvious dots. Don't think at all. That's why you have us government-funded fact checkers to tell you what is true or false. (emphasis mine)

written by Melissa Fine
Friday April 22, 2022
I jumped to the middle of the article. (emphasis mine)
One Twitter user who is in the crop protection business has been following the fires closely and says, “None of it’s normal or usual — PLANNED.”

And Greg Musselwhite posted a list of fires and dates along with the comment, “This can’t be coincidental.”

“Yes… there was another plane that crashed into a food processing plant tonight,” tweeted Kimberly Morin. “WTF is going on and why isn’t the media OR the GD government talking about this?”
As reported in BizPac Review, the IMF “is warning that the world must brace for a significant economic slowdown, explosive inflation, and potential violent societal unrest due to skyrocketing energy and food prices as famine and depression loom in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.”

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