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Retail and Rationing in the Age of Depopulation (must read)

Retail and Rationing in the Age of Depopulation
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Begin by looking at this incomplete list from Wikipedia:

The list is difficult knowing how utterly incomplete it is representing the mom and pop operations in every state that were systematically shut down as competition to large corporations. It’s actually Monsanto on steroids, yet the exact same practice and scenario.

You cannot create total national destruction without long laid plans and very, very corrupt politicians who not only do not represent the people, but who also loathe and despise the people. Only enemies are punished in the ways that the American people have been hurt. This type of damage does not occur naturally. Other cases in point:

Fracking may release natural gas and methane, but it also surely drains and redirects ground water and aquifers…perhaps to corporations, government bunkers and factory farms…all of which leading to enforced and shame-based rationing. Last I heard, lakes do not have drains.

All, and I do mean all produce items in U.S. grocery stores are too old to sell, 90% are genetically modified, and they last only days once purchased. In promises and treaties to hold up the Third World, where American corporations are also destroying natural resources including animals, slave laborers, water and soil, our grocery foods are shipped from all over the Third World and then trucked to American stores. There’s an environmentally sound system… By the time we burn through all the gas and oil to get food to stores, it is barely edible even for GMOs.

Add to this the climate engineered global droughts and flooding, and again you find a recipe for rationing. Then imagine store closures to such a degree that basic necessities become difficult and sometimes very difficult to acquire. Consider the following retail closures for the past 2.5 years—I repeat-- just for the past 2.5 years:

2015 Store Closings - Complete List of U.S. Retailers Closing Stores, Downsizing Chains, and Retail Company Bankruptcies:

·         1,784 Radio Shack (Chapter 11 bankruptcy)

·         700   McDonald's

·         400   Office Depot / Office Max (by 2016)

·         359   Dots

·         340   Dollar Tree/Family Dollar

·         338   Wet Seal

·         300    Deb Shops

·         265   Body Central / Body Shop

·         250   Office Depot (2015)

·         225   Staples (through 2015)

·         223   Barnes & Noble (through 2023)

·         200   Children’s Place (through 2017)

·         200   Walgreens (by 2017)

·         180   Abercrombie & Fitch (by 2015)

·         175   Aeropostale (“over the next several years”)

·         172   Simply Fashion

·         170   Jones Group (by mid-2014 )

·         150   American Eagle Outfitters (through 2017)

·         133   Target, Canada (bankruptcy)

·         127   Jones New York Outlet

·         120   Chico’s (through 2017)

·         100   Pier One (through 2017)

·         93     Frederick’s of Hollywood

·         92     Delia's

·         80     Wolverine World Wide (2015 - Strike Rite & Keds)

·         77     Sears (2015)

·         75     Aeropostale (through January 2015)

·         70     Coach (fiscal 2015)

·         70     Coco’s /Carrows

·         66     Bottom Dollar Food

·         65     Future Shop (Best Buy Canada)

·         63     Pep Boys (“in the coming years”)

·         55     Staples (2015)

·         54     Golf Galaxy (by 2016)

·         50     Express (through 2015)

·         50     Fresh & Easy Grocery Stores

·         50     Guess (through 2015)

·         50     Wet Seal

·         40     jcpenney

·         40     Gymboree

·         39     Einstein Bros. Bagels

·         32     C. Wonder

·         31     Tiger Direct

·         28     Kate Space Saturday & Jack Spade

·         27     Tops Pharmacy (in-store)

·         25     Build-A-Bear (through 2015)

·         20     Pick ’n Save (by 2017)

·         21     Cache

·         17      Christopher & Banks

·         15     Kirkland's

·         14     Friendly's

·         14     Macy's

·         13     Ruby Tuesday

·         12     Fresh Produce

·         11     Safeway

·         10     Just Baked

·         10     SpartanNash Grocery Stores

·         10     West Marine

·         8       Good Cents Grocery Stores

·         7       Dahl’s Foods

·         5       Romano's Macaroni Grill

·         4       Harris Teeter

·         4       Lowes Foods

·         4       Mars Super Markets

·         4       Marsh Supermarkets

·         4       Mina’s Pharmacy

·         4       Toys 'R Us

·         4       Weathervane Restaurants

·         3       Bi-Lo Supermarkets

·         3      Famous Dave's Restaurants

·         3       Winn-Dixie Supermarkets

·         3       Xpect Grocery Store

·         2       Belk

·         2       Big Lots

·         2       Boloco

·         2       Carmen Anthony Steakhouse

·         2       Great American Cookie

·         2       Havey's Supermarkets

·         2       Hilo Hattie

·         2       No Frills

·         2       North American Video

·         2       Pizza Hut

·         2       Shopko

·         2       Skagway

·         2       Tatums (Lee Tatum Shoes and Excessories)

·         2       Walmart



US and Global Retail Chain 2015 Store Closing Plans and Total Numbers (continued):



·         Albertson's

·         American Steakhouse

·         Ann Taylor

·         Ann Taylor Loft

·         Bag ’N Save

·         Baker Shoes

·         Banana Republic

·         Bath & Body Works

·         Bed Bath & Beyond

·         Chili's

·         Cost Plus World Market

·         Disney Store

·         e2/e2Go (Emeril Restaurant)

·         Eddie Bauer

·         Express

·         F.A.O. Schwartz

·         f.y.e.

·         Freshii

·         Gap

·         Godfather’s Pizza

·         Goodyear

·         Gordon Jewelry

·         Hallmark

·         Harding’s

·         Harry & David

·         Howard Johnson’s Restaurant

·         Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville

·         JJill

·         Johnny Rockets

·         Journeys

·         Kroger

·         LawLers Barbecue and Catfish

·         Limited

·         Lone Star Steakhouse

·         Los Tres Amigos Restaurant

·         Martin's Food Market

·         Neato Burrito

·         Olga's Kitchen

·         Piperlime

·         Pottery Barn Kids

·         Rainbow

·         Sbarro

·         Schnucks

·         Smashburger

·         Tractor Supply Co.

·         Thomasville of Meridian

·         Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

·         Wendy's (Costa Rica)

·         White House Black Market

All 2014 U.S. Retail Industry Store Closings - Complete Alphabetized Company Listing of Store Closings:

·         16   2b (bebe)



·         75   7-Eleven



·         60   Aaron's



·         180 Abercrombie & Fitch (by 2015)



·         Abercrombie Kids



·         Ace Hardware



·         ACO Hardware



·         100 Advance Auto



·         Aerie



·         6     AG Supply



·         10   Ann Taylor



·         33   Archiver's



·         175 Aeropostale (“over the next several years”)



·         75   Aeropostale (2014)



·         26   Albertson's



·         198 ALCO (bankruptcy)



·         150 American Eagle Outfitters (through 2017)



·         11   American TV & Appliance



·         6     Arby's



·         Arden B



·         Babies ‘R Us



·         223 Barnes & Noble (through 2023)



·         Barnes & Noble College Bookstore



·         Bed, Bath & Beyond



·         Bedroom Expressions



·         Belk



·         Bella’s Market



·         Best Buy



·         Big 5



·         Big Lots



·         Bi-Lo



·         300 Blockbuster



·         91   Blockbuster (UK)



·         Bon-Ton



·         Book World



·         Books-A-Million



·         15   Bridgestone



·         145 Brown Shoes / Famous Footwear



·         Broyhill Home Collections



·         63   Build-A-Bear (through 2014)



·         25   Build-A-Bear (through 2015)



·         California Pizza Kitchen



·         Carl’s Furniture



·         Carter's



·         17   Cato



·         Champps Americana



·         125 Children’s Place



·         17   Christopher & Banks



·         70   Coach



·         365 Coldwater Creek



·         Cord Camera



·         Cost Plus World Market



·         100 Crocs



·         60   Crumbs Bake Shop

·         20   Delhaize



·         Denny’s



·         Design Spree



·         54   Destination Maternity



·         Dickey’s Barbecue Pit



·         Dillons Grocery Stores



·         360 Dots



·         East of England Co-op



·         Eddie Bauer



·         42   Edwin Watts Golf



·         76   EE



·         50   Express (through 2017)



·         Family Christian Stores



·         370 Family Dollar



·         Family Fare



·         65   Fastenal



·         Finger Furniture



·         Finish Line



·         Food Fast Convenience Store



·         Food Lion



·         42   Fresh & Green's



·         Fresh Market



·         Fresh Pride



·         128 GameStop



·         70   Gamestop (Spain)



·         Gediman’s



·         20   Gilly Hicks



·         54   Golf Galaxy (by 2016)



·         Gourmet Heaven



·         Graeter’s



·         50   Guess (through 2015)



·         Gulf



·         Haggen Food & Pharmacy



·         Hallmark



·         Haverty’s



·         22   Homemade Pizza Co.



·         Honk’s $1.00



·         Hubbell & Hudson



·         Hubbell & Hudson



·         Hush Puppies



·         Jack in the Box



·         33   JCPenney



·         JC's 5 Star Outlet



·         JMR Chalk Garden



·         170 Jones Group (by mid-2014 )



·         70   Juicy Couture



·         Kim’s Video & Music



·         50   Kitchen Collection



·         150 Kmart



·         Knect Home Center



·         Kroger



·         Len Druskin



·         Lids Locker Room



·         Life Is Good



·         73   Liquidation World (Big Lots Canada)



·         39     Loehman's



·         Lolabella Boutique



·         Long John Silver's



·         Lowe’s Foods



·         Macy's



·         Mattress Source



·         Max Club (Wal-Mart)



·         74     McDonald's (Japan)



·         McDonald’s (Moscow)



·         Meat House



·         13     Mill Stores Furniture Outlet



·         My Favorite Toy Store



·         56     Naartjie Kids



·         Noni B



·         Nordstrom



·         Oak Express



·         400   Office Depot/Max (by 2016)



·         150   Office Depot (2014)



·         Old Navy



·         P2 by Pink Pump



·         25     Papa John’s



·         Pappoule’s Greek Restaurant



·         12     Peet’s Coffee & Tea



·         63     Pep Boys (“in the coming years”)



·         20     Pick ’n Save (by 2017)



·         Piggly Wiggly



·         Pottery Barn



·         Pottery Barn Kids



·         Powell’s Books



·         Price Busters



·         125   P.S. from Aeropostale



·         200   Radio Shack (through 2017)



·         Rainbow Foods



·         Rainbow’s Supermarkets



·         Ralph's



·         150   Rent-A-Center



·         Risky Business



·         Rite Aid



·         Ross Dress For Less



·         Rustic Hutch



·         Safeway



·         Savers Thrift Store



·         155   Sbarro



·         339   Sears



·         35     Sears Auto Centers



·         Seatlle’s Best Coffee



·         Shaw’s



·         Shoe Carnival



·         Shopko



·         Sprint Gas Stations



·         Stein Mart



·         Stop & Shop



·         Sofa Mart



·         20     SONY



·         55     Sprint



·         170   Staples



·         55     Staples (2015)



·         Sunoco



·         Talbots Clearance Outlet



·         12     Target



·         Thomasville Home Furnishings



·         Tom Thumb (Safeway)



·         TOP Food & Pharmacy



·         Toys 'R Us



·         Tractor Supply Company



·         Tuesday Morning



·         Tumi



·         76     Walgreens



·         Wal-Mart



·         Wawa



·         Weis Markets



·         48     Wet Seal



·         WH Smith Books



·         Williams-Sonoma



·         23     Winn-Dixie



·         60     Wolverine World Wide (Stride Rite and Keds)



·         80    Wolverine World Wide (2015 - Strike Rite & Keds)



·         Yankee Candle





·         All 2013 U.S. Retail Industry Store Closings - Complete Alphabetized Company Listing of Store Closings:



·         2     7-Eleven



·         3     A&P



·         50   Abercrombie & Fitch (US in 2013)



·         14   ACO Hardware



·         40   Aeropostale



·         30   Aldi (over 2 years)



·         20   American Eagle Outfitters



·         20   Apple



·         8     Applebee's



·         8     Arden B



·         60   Ascena Group (Dress Barn, Maurices, Lane Bryant, Catherines)



·         Back Yard Burgers



·         6     Baja Fresh



·         Baja Grill



·         45   Bakers



·         20   Barnes & Noble (in 2013)



·         189 Barnes & Noble (over 10 years)



·         Bath & Body Works



·         13   Belle Foods



·         15   Best Buy (Canada>



·         10   Best Buy (U.S.>



·         7     Bi-Lo



·         Big Lots



·         460 Blockbuster (300 in the U.S., 160 in the UK)



·         Bloomingdale’s



·         Bochner Chocolates



·         Bojangles



·         Bon-Ton



·         Bottom Dollar Food (Delhaize)



·         14   Branch Brook



·         9     Brodkey’s Jewelers



·         63   Build-A-Bear (through 2014)



·         14   Cache



·         168 Caribou Coffee



·         Carter's



·         15   Cato (incuding It's Fashion)



·         22   CCS (Foot Locker)



·         Christopher & Banks



·         Circle K Furniture



·         6     Cokesbury



·         Coldwater Creek



·         Cole Haan



·         123 Collective Brands (Payless, Strike Rite - closings started in 2012)



·         17   CO-OP (Barney's)



·         David Z Shoe Store



·         30   Destination Maternity



·         Dillard’s



·         50   Dine Equity (IHOP, Applebees)



·         Dollar Tree



·         Easy Street Records



·         Eddie Bauer Outlet



·         50   Family Dollar



·         15   Finish Line



·         432 Fashion Bug



·         Flat Top Grill



·         Food Emporium (A&P)



·         8     Food Lion (Delhaize)



·         Fred Meyer



·         28   Fred's



·         199 Fresh & Easy



·         Friendly’s



·         f.y.e.







·         250 GameStop



·         189 The Gap (started in 2012, completed in 2013 )



·         Gap - Australia



·         GapKids - Australia



·         Giant Grocery



·         Gilbert's El Charro



·         56   GNC



·         H&M



·         Haggen Grocery Stores



·         H-E-B



·         Hallmark



·         Harris Teeter



·         20    Hibbett



·         Hollister



·         Hooters



·         J. Crew



·         jcpenney



·         20   Jewel



·         Jewel Osco



·         JoAnn Fabrics



·         170 Jones Group (by mid-2014 )



·         KFC



·         15   Kirkland's



·         Kroger



·         Leona’s



·         Lowes Food



·         Magruders



·         10   Maidenform Brands



·         13   Marlin & Ray’s Restaurants



·         Martin's Food Markets



·         Marsh Supermarkets



·         17   Mattress Firm



·         100 McDonald's Japan



·         Meijer



·         Motherhood Maternity



·         17   Namco



·         36   New York & Co.





·         20   OfficeMax



·         12   Okey Dokey Grocery Markets



·         8     Orchard Supply Hardware



·         8     Papa John's



·         Pardon My French



·         Pathmark



·         Patricia Shoppe



·         Paula Deen's Kitchen Restaurants



·         Penn Station East Coast Subs



·         Perkins



·         14   Pier One



·         Pinkberry



·         Plass Appliance & Furniture



·         67   Qdoba



·         QFC



·         10   Quiksilver



·         Quizno's



·         Rainbow Foods



·         Ralph's



·         Ray’s Hell Burger



·         Rita's Ice Custard Happiness



·         12   Rite Aid



·         Rockfish Seafood Grill



·         Ruby’s Diner



·         Ryans



·         Sam’s Food City



·         Savvy Spaces



·         Second Time Around



·         Sears Canada



·         120 Sears/Kmart



·         Shaw's



·         Shoe Carnival



·         Shoney’s



·         Soccer Plus



·         Solar City



·         Sony (1 US, 2 Australia)



·         Southern Home Furnishings



·         17   Southern States Cooperative



·         45   Staples Europe



·         40   Staples US



·         Stein Mart



·         Stop & Shop



·         SuperFresh



·         33   Sweetbay



·         Swifty's



·         Taco Tico



·         33   Thomasville Furniture



·         Tiffany's



·         Tommy Hilfiger (Israel)



·         Top Food & Drug



·         Truffles Grill



·         Tuesday Morning



·         UPS Store



·         70   US Cellular



·         USA Drug



·         Vanns



·         Victoria's Secret



·         Walgreens



·         Wal-Mart China



·         130 Wendy’s



·         West Marine



·         Wet Seal



·         Whole Foods



·         30   Windstream



·         Wing Dome



·         Wingstop



·         Winn-Dixie



Younkers Furniture Gallery (Bon-Ton)



30   Zales



Winn-Dixie

There are very interesting things to consider regarding these lists. For example:

Many are already global/transnational corporations.

Most sold food, water and clothing (first necessities of survival).

Many sold pharmaceutical drugs.


With only a two and one-half year period of time, 30 months, again we return to intentional planning related to food, water, clothing, and pharmaceutical drugs.

The corporate government, which decades ago destroyed small mom and pop businesses across the U.S., is rapidly dismantling its first and smaller national “chain store” manifestation prior to transnationalism. Many of the closures listed above, most of which large-scale operations, will be absorbed into mega-transnational operations now realized as global governing entities.

We well know that governance already legally and illegally controls food, water and drugs both at national and transnational levels. By closing all former national “chain” retailers, several results come to mind:

1        All inventories can then be collected (much as unsold new automobiles and foreclosed homes taken off the market in the tens if not hundreds of millions).

2        Collected food and water can be easily be inventoried and controlled, particularly with climate engineering (food crisis creation) and martial laws allowing for the collection of all food (and water and drugs).

3        Retail water sources end (most of the stores on the retail closure lists sold bottled water).

4        Retail pharmacies disappear and are replaced with new drug disbursal systems--known, unknown and enforced. Filling your own prescriptions and deciding to take or not take drugs are ending. Perhaps marijuana will help with drug cocktail poisoning sickness.

Today we are all bottom line items: databased, retrievable line items without privacy or self-control. There is no self-control with technological, electromagnetic, and genetic and drug interference; without the ability to choose what goes into your bodies. There can be no self-control when other entities decide your expiration date much as a can of corn.

We have been living with rationing for decades when tap water was poisoned and we were trained to pay $1.25 for every drink of water in unsafe, mass-produced plastic containers. Ninety percent of food in grocery stores is 1) genetically modified and 2) not food at all; only the outer edges contain actual food though it is genetically modified and drugged food (growth hormones and veterinary antibiotics). None the less, only the outer edges can pass in any measure as food, and every day it is thrown away. The Natural Resources Defense Council estimates that approximately 40 percent ends up landfills. If you don’t think that is food rationing, you’re in full-fledged denial, because a near 50% inventory loss for DECADES is not an accident; it’s a strategic plan.

Senior citizens, people of color, children, prisoners, and soldiers have been used in secret clinical trials for the better part of 70 or 80 years; more proof-positive indicators that self-control is a thing of the past. Animals and seniors have for many decades been practicing the arts of pre-determined dying. Mood and brain altering drugs have been in clinical trials for many decades, but Ritalin brought the industry mainstream; that of drugging the public openly and at large, followed by the depression/brain altering industry. For 45 years, the sterilization industry has been mass drugging and experimenting on women. Today, nearly 20 percent of Americans take mood altering drugs, 70 to 75 million people. This number does not include illegal/Black Market drugs. Clear thinking is also massively rationed as well as manipulated.

The reality of current large-scale national rationing is in-your-face. Based on wealth, age, height, weight, gender, licenses and certifications, etc., your food, water, clothing, drugs, shelter, and life spans are determined, controlled and rationed right now, today.

You want to call this conspiracy theory. You want to insist it is nonsense. I fight with the facts, as well—facts I care not to process, because the truth is foul to stomach; the truth that we ignored the blatant facts for so long that we all but begged to be taken as slaves.  Drug, alcohol, shopping, entertainment, and technology addicted, we all but called for freedom as well as normal intelligence to be gone.

Oh, well. Some will be fed and watered. Some will have access to housing and necessary supplies; enough to keep them alive long enough to work and pay taxes, but the bulk will not be served, the final indication of massive retail closings.

Retail is ending because wide-scale consumerism is ending, which means that consumers are ending while robot labor forces are rolling out globally and very rapidly.


The Age of Depopulation is well underway (one billion/one-seventh of the global population gone due to abortion alone) as it coincides with the death of retail and the beginning of wide-scale rationing, euthanasia, senior overdosing, and compulsory infertility and abortion. As more and more people, animals (50 million chickens and turkeys murdered in the U.S. in the past 8 weeks alone), food and water, and necessary survival supplies continue to disappear from “the market,” rationing takes on ever greater meaning.

We’re here. It’s all happening all around us and as we speak, and so many, many fellow Americans are suffering terribly, today, with hunger and homelessness while the greatest bulk of Americans purposefully ignore this fact and turn their faces. But, oh, it’s coming for you. It’s coming for all of you.


http://retailindustry.about.com/od/USRetailStoreClosingInfoFAQs/fl/All-2014-Store-Closings-US-Retail-Industry-Chains-to-Close-Stores.htm

http://www.salon.com/2014/01/29/supermarkets_to_reveal_just_how_much_food_they_throw_out_every_year/









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