Fighting Over Food Rations:  Diesel Fuel Shortage Will Decimate An Already Damaged Supply Chain – Expert Warns ‘Next Lines Not At Gas Stations, Next Lines At Grocery Stores’

With politics dominating the news due to the fact that the stakes of the midterm elections on November 8th are quite high, and just three days until tens of millions of Americans head to the polls to vote, there are other stories being buried under the flurry of last minute pitches as to who should be in control of congress for the Biden regime’s next two years occupying the White House.

One of these heartbreaking stories are the amount of Americans about to become homeless, as NBC News reports that evictions are piling up all across the U.S. as government assistance has come to an end, and the eviction moratorium ended some time ago. 

The heartbreak of this is not just how massive inflation, along with millions put out of work during the lockdowns as state leaders deemed some businesses essential and others “non-essential” forcing them to close, has drained bank accounts, but also the fact that the in a recession (although the media, on behalf of the Biden regime, continues to claim it isn’t) and literally cannot afford to continue to rental assistance this long after the end of the “pandemic.”

In order to put the numbers into perspective to adequately highlight the extremely high number of American families about to be put out into the streets, we look to just one city, in one state out of 50…..or, if you are Joe Bide, 54 states.

Via NBC:

In Phoenix, for example, rent increases have slowed in recent months, but in June were up 24% year over year, with a median asking rent of $2,261. In Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, evictions are at their highest levels since at least 2016, with more than 45,000 filings this year.

45,000 people/families. In just one city.


Another major news story being buried beneath politics and the midterm elections, one that will effect every single person in America in one way or another, is America is suffering a diesel fuel shortage.

The equation is simple. Semi-Trucks keeps the supply chain moving. Semi-Trucks run off of diesel fuel. Run out of diesel fuel and your grocery stores can no longer restock, your retail stores as well. 

We have all seen the infographic showing America stops running if the trucks stop running, but as a reminder, it is shown below.

Now, about that shortage.

Mansfield Energy issued the alert Friday stating there was a developing diesel fuel shortage in the southeastern region of the United States. The company speculated that the shortage could be generated from “poor pipeline shipping economies” and a historically low supply of diesel reserves.

“Poor pipeline shipping economics and historically low diesel inventories are combining to cause shortages in various markets throughout the Southeast,” the company said. “These have been occurring sporadically, with areas like Tennessee seeing particularly acute challenges.”

The warnings claim that “reserves have been depleted and could run out in less than a month if not replenished.”

So the southeastern portion will be seeing shortages, which in turn will raise the cost for the other regions in America, until they too start seeing shortages.

When gas prices rise, prices for everything increases.

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Prices are already hurting families, with even more reports of people skipping meals, and their medications, because they cannot afford even the modest lifestyle they were living pre-Biden.

A Nationwide Retirement Institute® survey reports “To combat high inflation, Americans have made difficult tradeoffs that negatively impact their health and wellbeing.”

Over the last 12 months, nearly two in five American households (40%) received food or goods from a food bank (22% for Millennials), and the same amount (17%) stopped buying healthier foods (organic or high-priced healthy foods).

Nearly one in five Americans (18%) say they skipped meals or didn’t buy groceries due to high inflation (including 28% of Gen Z and 23% of millennials). As food insecurity deepens, Americans are also struggling to pay for critical health care expenses. Many have cancelled or postponed plans in the past 12 months to see a specialist (14%), take a prescribed medication (10%) or get an annual physical (11%) due to high inflation. Almost one-fifth of Gen Z (17%) and Millennials (19%) have cancelled or postponed plans in the past 12 months to see a mental health professional.

This is an issue ANP has been reporting on for a while now as we have been documenting the massive food price hikes, supply chain issues, and the spiking increase in Americans forced to start using food banks, or other free food giveaways in order to survive.


Market Insider via MSN News, published a piece on Nov. 5th, giving us some interesting insights as to why the diesel fuel shortage directly affects every American in one way or another.

Readers can read their full quotes at this link, as I highlight certain points from those warnings and advice below:

• Robert Kiyosaki, “Rich Dad Poor Dad” author”  “TuckerCarlson just reported diesel supplies gone. Went to Safeway bought tuna 5 cans for $1. Stock up. Next lines not at gas stations. Next lines at grocery stores. Diesel feeds world.”

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna In Water, 5 oz Cans (Pack of 24) – Wild Caught Tuna – 22g Protein Per Serving – Non-GMO Project Verified, Gluten Free

StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 5 O, (Pack of 48) 

Chicken of the Sea Tuna Chunk Light in Water, 50% Less Sodium, 5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24)

• Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy: “Consumers won’t feel it when filling up with gasoline, but as they shop for the holidays, the cost of goods will be higher. It will contribute to some level of inflation,” he added, noting that Amazon has turned to flying more planes and has put up the price of Prime membership at the same time.”

• Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis at Opis: “”The public are apoplectic when gas rises, but diesel has incredible impacts to inflation in the form of freight costs and surcharges,” Kloza told USA Today.  “Between now and the end of November, if we don’t build inventories, the wolf will be at the door. And it will look like a big ugly wolf if it’s a cold winter,” he added.


Here in America even those that have witness the previous food shortages, much of which was documented by ANP readers with images which we published, still somehow think it won’t get worse than what it was in 2020-2021, but food supply issues have gone far beyond the damage from the initial lockdowns.

An unprecedented amount of food processing plants or manufacturing facilities, have been destroyed over the past two years. The Russia/Ukraine war has caused shortages in wheat, which is used in a significant number of consumables from breads to pastas.

Just a few basic items made from wheat, include but are not limited to; 







Cereal bars



Whole wheat wraps

Flour tortillas

Companies have also increased their prices, some more than others, such as PepsiCo, which saw a 17% surge in prices for their products.

PepsiCo has a long list of products other than soda, including Frito Lay, Cheetos, and much more, some of which is shown in the graphic below.

The point here is between the massive inflation of food prices, the destruction of food facilities, war, gas prices hikes, this diesel fuel shortage issue could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

Most ANP readers are either preppers or at the very least well stock up in case of emergencies, but with the warnings we are getting from the experts, the global conditions, and the example this next story makes, we encourage further prepping for those that are preppers, and for those that are not…… start. Now. It could be the difference between going hungry and surviving.

ZeroHedge describes events in China:

To say the working conditions at Apple’s largest iPhone plant probably aren’t incredible to begin with would likely be an understatement. But then when you lock down most of your 200,000 workers because of a Covid outbreak, those conditions likely get much worse.

This is what seemed to be the case this week, with Bloomberg reporting today that Covid cases at Foxconn Technology Group’s main factory in the central city of Zhengzhou have resulted in the facility going into a “closed loop” lockdown.

The lockdown means that employees can’t leave the campus and are tested regularly for Covid, the report says. But after the lockdown, “food has become a source of unrest”, according to the report. “Scuffles” have even broke out amongst employees over food. 

Links below:

Wheat Berries

Wheatland™ Hard White Wheat Berries • 25 lbs Bucket, Mylar Liner & Oxy Pack • Emergency Food Storage • Family Farmed in Utah/Idaho • 13.9% Protein • Non-GMO • Lab Tested Chemical-Free • Premium Quality • Sproutable • 25 Year Shelf Life

Wheatland™ Hard Red Wheat Berries • 25 lbs Bucket, Mylar Liner & Oxy Pack • Emergency Food Storage • Family Farmed in Utah/Idaho • 13.8% Protein • Non-GMO • Lab Tested Chemical-Free • Premium Quality • Sproutable • 25 Year Shelf Life

Grain Mills: (Different price ranges)

Grain Mill 150g High Speed Food Electric Stainless Steel Grinder Mill Seeds Flour Nut Pill Wheat Corn Herbs Spices & Seasonings Grinder Dry Grain Superfine Powder Machine

OKF Grain Mills Electric Stainless Steel Grain Grinder Mill High-speed Cereals Corn Herb Spice Flour Mill Commercial Grade Machine Dry Grain Grinder   

Powerful High Speed Electric Grain Mill Grinder for Healthy Gluten-Free Flours – Grain Grinder Mill, Wheat Grinder, Flour Mill Machine and Flour Mill Grinder for Home and Professional Use – Wondermill


Bread Baking for Beginners: The Essential Guide to Baking Kneaded Breads, No-Knead Breads, and Enriched Breads

Bread Illustrated: A Step-By-Step Guide to Achieving Bakery-Quality Results At Home 

Bread on the Table: Recipes for Making and Enjoying Europe’s Most Beloved Breads

Homemade Pasta Made Simple: A Pasta Cookbook with Easy Recipes & Lessons to Make Fresh Pasta Any Night

Mastering Pasta: The Art and Practice of Handmade Pasta, Gnocchi, and Risotto

Authentic Homemade Pasta: Recipes for Mastering Cut, Shaped, Stuffed, Extruded, and Flavored Pastas

Other items used to make your own baked goods, some of which are already seeing shortages in our local stores, include:



Fresh and Honest Foods Dehydrated Whole Eggs 40 OZ #10 Can (94 Servings). Up to 10+ Years Shelf Life.

Hoosier Hill Farm Real Butter powder, 1 lb

Cooking Oils



Fully Cooked Bacon, Ready to Eat, 80 Slices Per Pack / Case, 10 Year Shelf Life, Superior to Canned, Real Thick Cut, 2+ Pounds, No Refrigeration Needed, Grocery, Long Term Storage, Camp, Hunt, Lunch      

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Grilled Chicken | Premium Quality Pre-Cooked Chicken Breast | Survival Emergency Food Supply | Home Meals & Lightweight Camping | USDA Inspected | 25-Year Shelf Life      

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Chicken | Emergency Survival Bulk Food Storage Meat | Perfect for Lightweight Backpacking, Camping & Home Meals | USDA Inspected | 25-Year Shelf Life      

Nutristore Freeze Dried Beef Dices | 80 Large Servings | Premium Quality | USDA Inspected | Amazing Taste | Perfect for Camping | Survival Food      

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Sausage Crumbles | Emergency Survival Bulk Food Storage | Premium Quality Meat | Perfect for Lightweight Backpacking, Camping, Home Meals | USDA Inspected | 25 Year Shelf-Life      

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Pulled Pork | Premium Quality Pre-Cooked Canned Meat | Survival Emergency Food Supply | Meat for Home Meals & Lightweight Camping | #10 Can | USDA Inspected | 25-Year Shelf Life (4-Pack)      

ReadyWise Emergency Food Supply, Freeze-Dried Meat, Survival-Food Disaster Kit for Hurricane Preparedness, Camping Food, Prepper Supplies, Emergency Supplies, Entrée Variety-Pack Bucket, 60 Servings, Meat      

Nutristore Premium Meat Variety Bucket | 60 Large Servings | Freeze-Dried Chicken, Ground Beef, Beef Dices, & Sausage | 25-Year Shelf Life | Made in USA | Emergency Survival Food Supply            

Eggs and Dairy:      

ReadyWise Emergency Food Supply, Freeze-Dried Powdered-Egg Bucket, Disaster Kit for Hurricane Preparedness, Camping Food, Prepper Supplies, Emergency Supplies,144 Servings      

Augason Farms Dried Whole Egg Product 2 lbs 1 oz No. 10 Can, 72 servings      

Judee’s Whole Egg Powder 11 oz – No Additives, Just One Ingredient, Pasteurized – 100% Non-GMO, Gluten-Free and Nut-Free – Great for Camping & Outdoor Preparation – High Protein and Vitamin Source      

Eggylicious Whole Egg Powder, Dried Natural Protein Powder, Made from Fresh Eggs, White & Yolk mixed, Pasteurized, Non-GMO, No Additives, Used for Baking Icing,1lbs      

Hoosier Hill Farm Heavy Cream Powder Jar, 1 Pound      

All American Whole Milk Powder by Hoosier Hill Farm, 2 LB (Pack of 1)      

Hoosier Hill Farm Sour Cream Powder, 1 Pound      

Augason Farms Cheese Blend Powder Certified Gluten Free Long Term Food Storage Everyday Meal Prep Large Can      

Hoosier Hill Farm White Cheddar Cheese Powder, Cheese Lovers, 2 Pound      

Augason Farms Butter Powder 2 lbs 4 oz No. 10 Can


Fruits and Veggies:

Augason Farms Freeze Dried Vegetable Variety Pack 4 gallon Kit      

ReadyWise Emergency Food Supply, Freeze Dried Vegetables, 120 Servings, Vegetables      

Nutristore Freeze Dried Vegetable Variety Bucket | 1 Month Supply | Healthy Snacks | Perfect for Emergency, Survival or Everyday Food      

Augason Farms Vegetable Stew Blend Certified Gluten Free      

Freeze Dried Vegetable Search Page – For those that want individual cans of vegetables not included in the buckets.


Those with a survival instinct will do what they feel they must to feed their families, but many need an emergency, a dangerous weather event, a terror attack or any other type of catastrophe before they think “Oh, I better stock up!”

What they need to understand is their chances of survival are directly related to how prepared they are before disaster hits.


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