Goya Foods founder, CEO warns the ‘New World Order’ is using inflation to 'enslave humanity'

Image: Goya Foods founder, CEO warns the ‘New World Order’ is using inflation to ‘enslave humanity’

(Natural News) The founder of the leading Hispanic food brand says that the Western globalist elite has unleashed an “evil” plan on billions of people in order to exert infinite control over them.

Bob Unanue, the CEO of Goya Foods, said during an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that the “New World Order” cultists are using “evil” inflation to “enslave humanity.”

“At the core of inflation, and it’s out of control – especially in food –  is evil, a desire to control us,” Unanue said. “When I was a child, my parents said ‘never take candy from a stranger.’ And they’re giving out candy, incentivizing people not to work. They’re taking away our purpose, our spirit, our reason to get up every day. They’re doing it without their own candy, they’re taking our candy, and using it to incentivize us not to work. That’s very inflationary.”

Fox News noted further that inflation during the Biden regime and Democratic control of Congress continues to plague the vast majority of Americans:

Rising food prices have been one of the most visceral reminders of red-hot inflation, which has created severe financial pressures for most U.S. households. Food prices accelerated to a new four-decade high this summer, forcing Americans to cut out everyday items they can no longer afford.

According to the Labor Department, Americans are paying more at the grocery store for a number of items that have climbed considerably in price over the past year. That includes staples like eggs (38%), chicken (16.6%), milk (15.6%), potatoes (13.3%), rice (12.7%) and fresh fruits and vegetables (8.2%).


In addition, the country is experiencing one of the worst shortages of workers in U.S. history, though thanks to the Federal Reserve’s moves to hike interest rates to slow the economy, there will be plenty of laid-off workers looking for jobs soon enough.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Unanue said that his company “never stopped working” because those jobs were deemed essential. However, he says that his company has since felt the effects of the worker shortage in a big way.

“Work is essential. It gives us our reason…each one of us is made in the likeness of God with our own identity,” he said.

Ordinary Americans have been stripped of a sense of purpose inherent in working individuals by elitists who want to “enslave us for their own greed and power,” the CEO said.

“We all have a purpose,” he said. “Now, you take that purpose away by the very few who want to own us, control us, enslave us, for their own greed and power.”


But again, the current worker shortage is about to be transformed into an excess of workers, as layoffs by major corporations have already begun.

“Layoffs and a decrease in demand from several large corporations, including Apple, FedEx, Meta, and Nike, are indicating that a recession may be close. Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers warned, ‘This is a moment when there should be increased anxiety,’ similar to one year before the financial crisis in 2008. At the same time, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch GFSI (Global Financial Stress Index) Market Risk indicator has jumped to its highest level since March 2020,” private intelligence firm Forward Observer said in a Monday note to subscribers.

Meanwhile, prices for nearly everything are going to continue to rise steadily as oil is set to reverse its downward slide, perhaps even sending prices back to near or over $5 a gallon, thanks to a still shaky supply chain.

“Mainstream estimates suggest a return to $100 per barrel for the Brent which would inflate gasoline prices back to around $5 per gallon on average in the US.  These projections are likely conservative,” OilPrice.com noted last week.

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Water levels rapidly declining in the Mississippi River, threatening corn and soybean exports during this crucial harvest season

Image: Water levels rapidly declining in the Mississippi River, threatening corn and soybean exports during this crucial harvest season

(Natural News) The U.S. supply chain and international trade flows are about to take another major hit. The Mississippi River basin has experienced dry conditions throughout the summer of 2022, and there is very little rain in the long-term forecast heading into winter. The dry pattern has caused the Mississippi River to shrink, leading to low water levels in many locations.

As this major shipping route is narrowed, there will be serious interruptions to the barge traffic. Soon, barges will be forced to reduce cargo loads to keep from grounding in the river. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has already deployed buoy boats and two dredges to improve navigation down the narrowing shipping route.

US corn and soybean harvest will be backlogged in the Mississippi River this year

The Midwest’s upcoming corn and soybean harvest will be hampered, not only by the dry conditions, but also by shipper’s inability to transport the commodities down the Mississippi River. This narrowing of the Mississippi will restrict the total export of corn and soybeans this harvest season, ultimately driving up the price of these commodities and restricting total exports into European and Middle Eastern countries. For perspective, the Mississippi River typically accounts for half the corn and soybean exports leaving the United States.

Farmers are already feeling the pressure. Barge rates are hitting new records, close to $50 per ton. That’s a shocking 50 percent increase from just a year ago. The prices are expected to increase even more, as the waterway backs up with multiple, smaller loads.


These corn and soybean exports are more valuable than ever. Nations around the world are watching the situation closely, for they have lost critical food supplies after Ukraine was invaded earlier in the year. Of course, the Biden regime will use this crisis as an opportunity to sell the public on new government spending programs to combat “climate change.” But the government will never be able to print enough money to make the world into a climate utopia, with perfect “equity” in the supply chain. In fact, under the current regime, foreign policy mistakes have only made global trade more vulnerable. One natural disaster has a much greater ripple effect on global trade than ever before.

Coast Guard requests barge size restrictions to prevent grounding on the Mississippi River

The water level in the Mississippi River directly affects draft, which is the distance between the waterline and the deepest point of the boat. When river conditions are normal, the draft is about 12 feet at 1,500 tons. As the water level falls, the draft must be reduced. A shipper that reduces their draft by one foot will reduce their barge’s cargo by 200 tons. Shippers are still forced to pay the same amount of freight for the smaller shipment. Draft reductions are already in affect from Cairo, Illinois (10’6” max) to Greenville, Mississippi (11’ max).

These restrictions will also affect towing sizes. In fact, the Coast Guard is currently requesting that the shippers reduce their draft and tow size restrictions to prevent any grounding of the barges in the coming month. The Midwest desperately needs a tropical storm to come into the Gulf of Mexico and drive-up moisture from the south.

Industry insiders and government officials warn that there’s no way to fix the problem in time for the harvest season. The US Department of Agriculture warns that the “soaring demand” for barges this harvest season “will likely put even more upward pressure on barge rates.” Matt Ziegler, public policy manager at the National Corn Growers Association said, “While barge scarcity and rate spikes could be ‘detrimental’ to growers, I’m not sure there’s much we can do about it.”

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GOT SCIATICA? Huge uptick in sciatica cases since Covid-19 vaccine campaign began

Image: GOT SCIATICA? Huge uptick in sciatica cases since Covid-19 vaccine campaign began

(Natural News) Sciatica is best described as mild to severe shooting pains that run down the back and into one or both legs. This is generally caused by inflammation of the largest nerve in the human body known as the sciatic nerve, that runs along each side of the lumbar spine (lower back), through the buttocks, past the knees, and continues all the way down to the feet. Many different kinds of compression, pressure, pinching and inflammation of this nerve can cause this pain that can interfere with exercise, relaxation and sleeping.

It is important to realize that sciatica is NOT a condition, but simply a symptom of a problem with the sciatic nerve. Often times people with a herniated (slipped) disk will experience shooting sciatica pains, but there’s a new main cause of acute and chronic sciatica, and people are plastering vaccine-induced-sciatica complaints all over Reddit and other online medical discussion boards.

Reddit online medical boards plastered with vaccinated victims airing complaints about severe sciatica they never had before, until the Fauci Flu jabs

Are you or a loved one suffering from VIS, vaccine-induced-sciatica? How would you know? Most medical doctors and nurses are either instructed never to blame, or are just afraid to blame, the Wuhan Flu injections for the tsunami of sciatica flare-ups that have hit their patients over the past two years. There’s an elephant in the room, and it’s not grey with big ears; it’s the patient who just got spike proteins injected throughout their vascular system and who is complaining of horrible new shooting pains down their back and legs.


Can you say ‘severe inflammation’ without coughing into your Covid mask? We did not think so. Doctors and nurses don’t want patients bad-mouthing vaccines in general, much less the Fauci Flu stabs, as this may “deter’ skeptics from getting vaccinated with the world’s most dangerous shots (mRNA) ever made, and that’s a statistical fact, that’s on record.

Three main causes of acute and chronic sciatica: bad posture, pinched nerves, and Covid-19 gene mutation injections

First off, if you are suffering from sciatica, you should be visiting a chiropractor, who would actually understand what’s happening and has happened to you, rather than ‘someone’ who will prescribe you pain pills and do a bunch of guess-work about your genetics and what you might have ‘inherited’ in your genes from your parents, and blah, blah, blah.

Ask yourself a series of questions first. Do you sit for hours on end with your head leaning forward and your feet tucked under your chair? Do you walk leaning forward or have bad posture at work all day?

Next, did you get a Fauci Flu shot, or two, or three? The Covid “clot shots” are definitely exacerbating chronic inflammation, leading to all kinds of horrible health issues, and driving new sciatica and old sciatica pain through the roof. People on Reddit are saying that after getting jabbed for Covid, they are living in “sciatica hell.” They’re saying the Covid jabs led to an extreme inflammatory response that triggered sciatica pain that’s not going away.

Others are saying the MDs juiced them up with steroids and high-dose pain killers, but that doesn’t address the root of the problem at all, in fact, it makes things worse by masking the symptoms while what’s causing the sciatica keeps on occurring (think booster shots, more nerve pinching, and continued bad posture).

If you have millions (if not billions) of toxic spike prions floating throughout your vascular system, clogging up the arteries, veins and capillaries, then you are suffering chronic and severe inflammation, which is most likely the driving force of the sciatica. So whether that sciatica pain is brand new or is rearing its ugly head from previous occurrences, the culprit is catching blame in a viral way online (pun intended).

Other vaccine-induced-sciatica victims are posting about their “electrical jolts of pain” and wondering if it will be like this for the rest of their lives. Then they still go out and get MORE Covid jabs, hoping the shooting pains don’t get worse. They can’t seem to figure it out, even though it’s staring them in the face.

The MDs are running x-rays and MRIs looking for everything else, like bone damage, cancer and blaming anything but the China Flu jabs. It’s like they’re all under mass hypnosis NOT to even consider that it’s the clot shots causing the problem.

Bookmark Vaccines.news to your favorite independent websites for updates on experimental “vaccines” that cause blood clots, myocarditis and severe, chronic inflammation.

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Gas prices in Los Angeles County hits new record high of $6.466 – nearly double the national average

Image: Gas prices in Los Angeles County hits new record high of $6.466 – nearly double the national average

(Natural News) Gas prices in Los Angeles County hit a record high of $6.466 per gallon on the morning of Monday, Oct. 3.

That price topped the previous record high of $6.462 per gallon set on June 14. The average price in the country is 62.6 cents more than a week ago, $1.202 higher than a month ago and $2.05 greater than last year. (Related: Gas prices to rise after midterms as Biden ends raid on national oil reserve.)

Figures from AAA and the Oil Price Information Service noted that the average price of gas in Los Angeles County has risen nonstop for the past 31 days. On Saturday, Oct. 1, the price rose by one cent, and on Thursday, Sept. 29, it rose by 15.3 cents – the largest recorded daily increase since Oct. 5, 2012, when the price rose by 19.2 cents.

Ironically, Monday’s increase in gas prices, which led to the new record high is actually the smallest rise since the half-cent increase on Sept. 19.

Los Angeles County’s price is the highest in the state, but its neighbors in Southern California have similarly high average gas prices.

Neighboring Orange and Ventura Counties have prices of $6.42 and $6.40 per gallon, respectively. Orange County broke its record on Saturday when prices rose to $6.429 per gallon.

All three counties have higher average prices than the statewide average of $6.38, which is just about five cents short of the record high set back in June.

California’s prices likely to keep increasing despite stable prices in most of the country

After nearly 100 days of consecutive decline, gas prices all over the country started creeping upward again in September.


California’s price increases are part of a trend, especially on America’s West Coast. Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona have also seen large jumps in gas prices, especially in the last week of September.

The current national average is hovering between $3.79 to $3.8 per gallon. On the West Coast, drivers are paying an average of more than $.20 more for a gallon of gas than they were a month earlier.

By contrast, drivers in Texas are paying an average of $3.09 a gallon, a drop of three cents from last week and 70 cents less than the national average.

Andrew Gross, an AAA spokesperson, attributed much of the stark difference between the West Coast and the rest of the country to problems at refineries in the region affecting supply. At least six refineries in California are not producing due to maintenance.

AAA added that the price rise can also be attributed to the rising demand for gas. This week, demand has risen to 8.83 million barrels from 8.32 million barrels last week. If demand continues to rise and supplies remain tight, drivers could be paying even more by Saturday, Oct. 8.

Newsom blaming gas companies for price increases

Gov. Gavin Newsom has blamed rising costs in California on oil companies. In a video statement, he claimed that oil companies are ratcheting up prices while providing “no explanation” as to why. This runs contrary to AAA’s analysis, which has accounted for fuel production, supply and demand.

Newsom tried to point to the stark difference in gas prices between California and the rest of the country – especially Texas – of the supposedly extortionate attitude of oil companies with facilities in the state.

“The degree of diversion from national prices has never happened before,” claimed Newsom. “The fact is, [oil companies] are ripping you off.”

To offset the price increases, Newsom is asking refineries to switch early to their winter blend gas several weeks ahead of schedule. The winter blend is typically cheaper, but it produces more of the greenhouse emissions the state is trying to restrict.

Analysts say it is unclear how different prices will be after this order. If the state’s refineries comply, prices could reduce but only by around 25 cents and only after two weeks.

Some Californians could also see some relief in the form of gas rebate checks for state residents who filed their 2020 tax returns.

Learn more about what’s happening in California at CaliforniaCollapse.news.

Watch this clip from Fox News discussing the problems with California’s ban on the sale of new gas-fueled cars by 2035.

This video is from the News Clips channel on Brighteon.com.

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NY follows California's example, bans gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035

Image: NY follows California’s example, bans gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035

(Natural News) The state of New York is set to follow the example of California, banning new sales of gasoline-powered cars by 2035 in a bid to reach its “zero-emissions target.”

A Sept. 29 announcement by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul mandated the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to “take major regulatory action that will require all new passenger cars, pickup trucks and SUVs sold in New York state to be zero emissions by 2035.”

“This is a crucial regulatory step to achieving significant greenhouse gas emission reductions from the transportation sector and is complemented by new and ongoing investments … including electric vehicle infrastructure progress, zero-emission vehicle incentives and ensuring New York’s communities benefit from historic federal climate change investments.”

The effort is being supported by hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer money. According to the Daily Wire, the Empire State will spend at least $250 million in federal dollars – with about $175 million earmarked toward the construction of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.

Hochul’s order did not ban gasoline-powered vehicles in one fell swoop. Her mandate requires “an increasing percentage of new, light-duty vehicle sales to be zero-emission vehicles starting with 35 percent of sales by 2026, 67 percent of sales by 2030 and 100 percent of sales by 2035.”

“New pollutant standards for model year 2026 through model year 2034 passenger cars, light-duty truck and medium-duty vehicles with internal combustion engines would also be required.” (Related: Barcelona to ban cars over 20 years old in effort to fight air pollution.)


New York’s move follows that of the Golden State, whose chief executive Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a similar ban. The prohibitions were weaved in as an amendment to a 2020 executive order that sought to “put the state on a path to carbon neutrality by 2045.”

The California order also applied a progressive phase-out of gasoline-powered vehicles. From 12 percent in the current year, sales of electric vehicles will be increased to 35 percent in 2026. It will then be increased to 51 percent in 2028 and 68 percent in 2030, before reaching 100 percent in 2035.

Banning gasoline-powered vehicles entirely a fool’s errand

During the Sept. 29 press conference where Hochul announced the ban on gasoline-powered cars, she claimed that EVs have been in New York for “over a hundred years.” The Democratic governor added that car makers built EVs in order for wives to “have some freedom [from] domestic servitude” while their husbands were at work.” Hochul added that EVs ‘”gave women the freedom to drive” as their gasoline-powered counterparts were difficult to operate.

Duggan Flanakin, a policy analyst with the free-market environmental advocacy group Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, denounced Hochul’s new order. He argued that getting rid of gas-powered cars in New York state shows how the urban elites have “contempt” for rural Americans.

“None of this march away from reliable, proven [internal combustion engines] makes any sense to rural Americans, those who live in hurricane-prone areas and anyone who drives cross-country,” he wrote.

“Farmers today can run their tractors off biodiesel made right down the road, and drive to distant towns for groceries and supplies in their 20-year-old pickups. Hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural and human-caused disruptive events can shut down electric power for days in large areas.”

Flanakin ultimately issued this challenge: “Imagine if 200 million internal combustion engine vehicle owners – or even two million – decided to work together to fight against the outrageous, unworkable, anti-democratic and bankrupting mandates forcing everyone into EVs most cannot afford and do not want, and to effectively exclude billions from being allowed to drive at all.”

Watch Elijah Schaffer of Next News Network discuss New York state’s impending ban on gasoline-powered cars.

This video is from the NewsClips channel on Brighteon.com.

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Germans rush to buy electric heaters as natural gas shortage looms

Image: Germans rush to buy electric heaters as natural gas shortage looms

(Natural News) German officials have issued a dire warning about a possible shortage of natural gas during the winter, when demand for heating is at its highest. This has driven up sales of electric heaters as German citizens prepare their households for the coming cold.

Germany has been scrambling with rising energy costs for months, which it has blamed on Russia throttling the influx of gas supplies coming into Europe. Moscow, in turn, has blamed energy prices on Western sanctions. (Related: Energy prices in Germany soar 1,000% as companies go bankrupt.)

According to German market research company Growth From Knowledge (GFK), over 958,000 heaters have been sold in the country since the beginning of 2022. The volume of electric heater sales from January to August has jumped by 76 percent compared to the same period a year earlier.

GFK noted that the overall volume of electric heater sales for the five largest economies in Europe – Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Italy, respectively – actually decreased by 5.1 percent, strongly suggesting that the consumer habits of Germans are bucking the trend.

“Value growth from January to August 2022 was only driven by massive growth in Germany. All other markets show a negative result in value and volume for January to August 2022 compared with the same period of the previous year,” said GFK in a statement.

Too many electric heaters could overburden Germany’s power grid

The German Federal Association of Energy and Water Management (BDEW) warned that a potential consequence of too many households relying on electric heaters is that it raises the possibility of blackouts due to too much strain on the power grid.


“Heaters can overload the power grids, for example, when many households in a district turn on their heaters at the same time on a cold winter evening,” warned BDEW.

The association noted that households will still have access to heating in the event of a gas shortage. Households, like hospitals, police stations and fire brigade facilities, have priority during gas shortages according to the law.

“We are in a very tense situation, but scaremongering is not going to help us here. Private households are among the protected customers,” said BDEW.

A spokesperson from Stadtwerke Bonn, a public energy and transport utility company, emphasized in a statement that private households and critical infrastructure “would be the last to be affected” by restrictions implemented during gas shortages.

The spokesperson added that people should buy electric blankets instead of purchasing energy-intensive electric heaters. Electric blankets require only a fraction of the power while still providing warmth.

Government trying to get households, businesses to reduce energy consumption

In a radio interview, German Vice Chancellor and Minister of Economic Affairs Robert Habeck noted that the country is in an “extremely tense situation” right now due to the energy crisis.

“If we don’t save, if households don’t reduce consumption, we still risk not having enough gas in the winter,” he said.

The Federal Network Agency, the government agency responsible for gas rationing in case of a shortage, earlier said in a statement that household consumption remains too high to be sustainable.

The agency’s president, Klaus Mueller, called for “sustained austerity efforts,” warning both households and businesses that gas consumption in the past few weeks was “well above” consumption levels in prior years, calling the figures “sobering.”

“Without significant cutbacks in the private sector, it will be difficult to avoid a gas shortage in winter,” he said. He added that curtailing consumption would still be needed even if winter wasn’t coming. He also warned that even if households and businesses decrease consumption, there’s no guarantee of a “sure-fire” way of preventing gas shortages.

Mueller said these three conditions must be met for the country to get through the winter: Germany must import more natural gas; the gas supplies of Germany’s neighbors must remain stable; and each individual must drastically cut back on gas consumption.

Learn more about the energy crisis gripping Europe at NewEnergyReport.com.

Watch this clip from Next News Network as Aldo Buttazzoni discusses the coming German power grid collapse – and who is to blame for it.

This video is from the channel News Clips on Brighteon.com.

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