Food shortage, September 11th, Black Swans, Supermarket attacks, why one nutter does not make a jihad & the need to see common hoods not differences.

NZ experiences a net outage the same day as the knifing which I commented on that morning noting how last time I saw this was just before March 15th when I commented on it in post I made in Feb while up in Waiarapapa. That (video below) talks of how i had observed the word “black swan event” being used suddenly a lot.

Of Carlyle Investments as one of the American corporation on buying spread of NZ Australia food production and critical infrastructure. The video above look at some of the observations I made on food security following the Dunedin stabbing earlier this year.

Talks of why attempts to link that first attack to ideology failed and how Count Down owners Wool Worth have being trialled, additional safety measures and anticipating greater issues with forecasted food shortages following a black swan event. Follows on from report of Palantir buying up Bullion in anticipation of “Black Swan Event” and John Key Crisis X 2020 forecast of a 9/11 scale event (based on a online cyber collapse). Discusses why it is important we don’t turn on each other and how its even more important Kriss Faa Fooi outline how he will define hate in proposed legislation and protect freedoms of speech as one nutter does not make a jihad. What ever label that those more likely to have mental health issues, than being genuine politically radicalised, may put on their violence. A video basically about how we need to see these acts as desperate cry’s for help rather than be intimidated by individuals, who don’t represent in reality any one but themselves, as we let governments seize opportunity out of crisis and uses these events to enable their own centralisation of power and erode democracy and civil liberties. After all of 9/11 showed us anything that kind of approach does not work and it ultimately does not make the world safer for any one other than those who are permitted to be enriched by such tragedies.

Attempts to label the May 2021 Dunedin Countdown stabbing an ideological action failed due to a combination of local police being at pains to make clear the event was in fact sparked by some with previously noted mental health issues. And it was compounded by local in Dunedin (a small university town) being quite familiar with the Countdown in question having customer service issues (which had led local wits to suggest with gallows humour it was only a matter of time before an incident occurred).

Food Security is becoming a worry as behind the scene Count Down owners Wool Worth’s has talked of food shortage and is trialling new security measures in anticipation of coming issues following a Black Swan Event.

Ironically as possibility of food shortage looms, to ensure Australia’s food supply is sustainable, a national program to protect small and family-owned food producers, improve the health of soils and develop incentives for urban food producers must be implemented, the report compiled by the Commission for the Human Future declared. Monopoly’s it emerges are bad for national security (no shit Sherlock)

All aspects of the food value chain – seeds, agri-chemicals, processing, retail and production – are highly concentrated in a few corporations,” the report reads.

“Coles and Woolworths control around 60 per cent of fresh food and grocery sales. Kirin controls around 80 per cent of Australia’s drinking milk.”

The report also notes that processing facilities, including abattoirs, canneries and grain mills, and resources like seeds and livestock are increasingly concentrated among a few powerful multinational companies.

“And [George] Weston Foods and Goodman Fielder control around 70 to 75 per cent of the bread and bakery markets,” it reads.


Carlyle Investments (the multinational enriched by 9/11) Blackstone and Vanguard now head major US firms on a buying frenzy through out Australia and New Zealand.



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