The Joe Biden regime continues to threaten the health, livelihood and freedom of Americans. Biden’s seditious vaccine mandates could collapse the trucking industry and threaten supply lines across the Nation. Approximately 3.5 million truckers have been traveling the nation since the beginning of the covid-19 scandal, shipping valuable food, construction, agricultural and medical supplies. Just a year ago, these men and women were lauded as “essential workers” and praised for all that they do. Today, the Biden regime is threatening to put hundreds of thousands of truckers out of work, as the federal government prepares a coercive vaccine mandate on their bodies.
If the Biden regime gets its way, they will force the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to create sweeping new medical edicts that require truck drivers, along with the overwhelming majority of American employees, to get COVID-19 injections or face stiff penalties.
Small trucking companies (ones that run 1,000 or fewer trucks) may buckle under all the new OSHA and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations which only discriminate against and push out reliable employees. These companies operate under small margins and cannot afford to have trucks sitting idle. Many truckers won’t comply if covid-19 vaccines become a requirement to pass a physical medical exam every two years. The Department of Transportation already requires that truckers take tests for diabetes and hypertension. The Department mandates prescription drugs and yearly checkups if truckers do not pass the tests.
These truck drivers don’t want the government to dictate any more of their medical decisions, especially if the medical intervention is needless and puts their health at risk. They may have moral objections to the technology. They may have a medical history of vaccine injury. They might be at low risk to the advertised infection and may already have natural immunity — a scientific reality that is ignored by vaccine mandates.
For the past two months, I have been taking a stand against restaurants and takeaways who violate health and safety law. Specifically, Regulations 20 & 21 of the Workplace (Health and Safety) Regulations 1992, which stipulates that restaurants who provide a delivery service must provide access to toilet facilities, cold water and soap to any delivery courier who conducts any work for them. However, despite ajoint letterby the Chief Executive of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport reiterating the legal requirement and even stipulating further that due to COVID-19, the regulations are even more important, restaurants have continued to violate the regulations. This is despite reminders from Deliveroo (who claim to have sent reminders to restaurants).
Well, if restaurants are failing to abide by the rules; the Health and Safety Executive isn’t enforcing the rules; Deliveroo and Uber Eats and Just Eat appear to take no enforcement action… as the saying goes “if you got-to go, you got-to go”
As somebody with a genuine medical condition that may require the use of a toilet at any time and being a holder of a bowel & bladder society card and radar key, working for Deliveroo for the past nine months has been a serious challenge for me.
Eventually, I had enough of being denied access to the toilet, with scrupulous restaurants claiming that because of COVID, they’re not allowing anybody in. Yet, they’re happy to accept the services of delivery couriers and benefit from the only business that they’re able to undertake.
I started to take video recordings of restaurants who deny me access to the toilet. In fact, in most of these videos, I don’t actually need the toilet at all, it’s after hearing of somebody else being refused access that I go in to intervene.
The sign above was sent to ANP by a reader in NW New Jersey – a rural area and the date shown in the bottom right side is August 24, 2021, giving us a time frame of when this particular store in this state printed up those signs and started announcing they were having supply chain issues.
The message accompanying the image said:
Hi Susan and Stefan,
Saw this sign on Monday when I went to the store. This is in NW New Jersey – a rural area. Forgot to take a picture but the butter section was low too.
Will keep on sending as I can.
As seen in previous food shortage pieces
in this continuing series, milk, creamers, eggs and dairy seem to be products where we are seeing shortages in multiple states from one end of the country to the other, with this being the first image of a sign like this that has been sent to ANP during this second wave of supply chain shortages, even before the nation had a chance to catch up from the first round.
In the images our wonderful readers have sent since the last article on food shortages, we see a continuing pattern of specific types of foods, drinks and other products, being depleted from store shelves, while other states and/or store chains have different issues beginning, helping to show us what we need to be stocking up on before it is too late, and too expensive, even when purchasing online.
Before getting into the pictures sent showing the massively increased prices for meats, especially in comparison to a year ago, or even two, and the empty shelves from different states, we want to once again thank our readers.
Having so many different readers sending us visual evidence of what is happening, and how serious the issue is, despite being downplayed by the MSM, does a better job informing and offering proof of the assertions, that a million typed words could.
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We see a story here and there in the MSM, informing us that there is a small problem and/or talking about inflation, but the visual evidence from all across the country tells us a different tale.
It shows us that we are hitting a critical point and the media is downplaying the severity of the issue.
In the first video below the videographer starts walking through the store with her camera on around the 52 second mark, and it shows what our readers are reporting, empty and depleted shelves with whole sections missing…
With current Covid restrictions ramping up, many truckies are being
refused access to toilets at delivery sites; and current processes are
making it near impossible for some to adhere to fatigue management
One Sydney driver we spoke to, who preferred not to be named, was
handed this letter at Andrews Meat in Lidcombe instructing drivers to
“stay in your vehicle at the loading dock”.
It goes on to state, “No access allowed to the warehouse building, including: smoking area, toilets/amenities.”
Taking a lesson from Stalin’s treatment of Ukraine between 1928 and 1933, Biden and cronies would like to kill us all. It is vitally important to learn to be self-sufficient in providing your own food, medicine, and security. Even if you take only small steps toward being self-reliant, one step brings the goal closer. Remember, the way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time. Think outside the box. Adapt and overcome. Keep working at it and remember Winston Churchill’s advice: ‘Never give up. Never, never, never give up.
Never throw away anything that might be useful. Don’t hang on to junk, but lots of things are valuable that you personally don’t need. Over the years people have given me lots of spare ammo. I don’t own a 32-40, an 8mm Mauser, a 7mm Magnum, etc, but I can trade those cartridges to someone who needs them for something I want, even if it is only that person’s favor.