Get Ready For The Most Painful Inflation Since The Jimmy Carter Years Of The 1970s — The Economic Collapse

Boy do I remember… You could only get gas on the days of the week according to the last number on your license plate, I remember filling up my tank before work and coming out of work and my gauge said it was empty, I thought there was something wrong with my car, nope…somebody siphon all the gas out of my car, my brother was a mechanical engineer who designed the control systems at Boeing and a work friend bought locking gas caps and he bought me one… The friend was sitting in line waiting to get gas and a woman cut in front of him, he went up to confront her but she ignored him and turned up the radio real loud, he was so angry when he realized his cap would fit on her car, so he took the locking cap off of his car and snuck up and put it on her car, when she got up to get gas the guy asked her for the key and she didn’t know what he was talking about and they couldn’t fill the tank and she had to leave without getting any gas…😂😂😂

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If you are too young to have been alive during the 1970s, you might want to read up on that decade, because current economic conditions are starting to become eerily similar to what we experienced back then. In the 1970s, an energy crisis caused tremendously long lines at gas stations all over the country. In 2021, we don’t have a shortage of gasoline, but shortages of other key products are starting to cause very serious problems. In fact, as you will see below, even the Biden administration is publicly admitting that there will be “supply chain disruptions” in the months ahead. The 1970s also featured extremely painful inflation, and I certainly don’t need to tell you that prices have been rising very aggressively lately. In fact, Bloomberg is using the term“skyrocketing”to describe the “upward trajectory” of commodity prices…

The prices of raw materials used to make almost everything…

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