The Hens That Lay The Golden Eggs…

How Many Hens Are There In Your Village, Town, City, State?

Why is it that there is still a full supply of eggs…yet their price has doubled and tripled and in some cases even more?

We are told there is a shortage, but there is an abundance of eggs shipped regularly and arranged on our grocery shelves.  This is being done with every food category that is allegedly having a shortage.  This is not to be confused with the baby formula shortage, where whistle blowers filmed supplies being dumped out creating a physical shortage by those involved with some type of government officials.

So while we are all able to get as many dozens of eggs as you are willing to spend the money for…  something is not adding up. Wouldn’t a shortage mean it is hard to get eggs?  What we have is a problem where they are too expensive.  There are plenty of eggs and they are sitting there getting old as not as many are buying them. At least not in the quantities they have before.

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There are more signs that point to eggs not being shortaged. But, if I tell you those clues… it may raise the prices for other foods, so I will let you all do your own  instore investigation and sleuthing.

Wait…. by golly other foods have went up too!

They tell us that salad dressings are up because they take the golden eggs to make, and all the things that require the golden eggs have increased in price. Yet, we find on the grocery shelves that your favorite oil and vinegar dressing is also at the same price as the one requiring the golden eggs. So why is that? Why has all the vinegar increased in price? Is there also a vinegar shortage?

And look… the milk in many areas is selling for $2.29 a gallon and $2.99… but beef is off the charts! I thought the cows were all sick and falling over? But, I suppose the cows that are milked avoided the plague? Not sure how all this works, just thankful that the milking cows were not affected by the beef shortage and yet in some cities milk is $5 to $8 a gallon and up.

And dry split peas…they have doubled…who knew there was a navy bean shortage, that doubled too?

And why is it when you go into the bigger blue run cities it is like walking into a foreign nation with EVERYTHING as the price of caviar and dainties?

It’s just like there is a gas shortage, but all of the pumps are filled up with this short supply of liquid gold and we pay very high prices, but in blue run states and big cities it is three to four times more per gallon.

Which bring us to a logical assumption…

We are in the middle of a man made shortage crisis…one that was deliberate.  The question is, who profits by it and who pays the price? 

Ponder all the schemes and ponder what is taking place in your city and what all the collaboration projects are all about. Who is behind all of these? Remember the Dr. Evil playbook is one that creates a crisis then comes in with a mandated answer that surely doesn’t benefit the working people. They have the golden philanthropic hen and the solution to the lack of everything… and bugs are just one of their alternatives.

If you don’t look now and get involved in discovery… you will be doing 5 minute, 15 minute or 30 minute walks in your new city infrastructure … the one with hunger zones and cricket protein bars and green stuff that has a funny taste but they say will keep you alive and after all, that’s what counts… isn’t it?

Read: Whistleblower Reveals Who He Believes Was Responsible For Fires At U.S. Food Plants — The Republic Brief

In other news updates…we now have FTX “Uncle Sam’s Bankman Fried” and Broward County Florida Charity Scandal….

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Broward’s entanglement in the SBF story begins with a charity event in March 2022. Billed as an “FTX Charity Hackathon,” it was spearheaded by SBF’s father, Stanford University law professor Joseph Bankman, and developed by SBF’s aunt, Barbara Miller, a Broward County political consultant.

In an article titled, “FTX scandal rocks Florida school district; victims may include high school teens” –

By Eleanor Terrett , Charlie Gasparino FOXBusiness

FOX Business investigation shows scandal spreads beyond crypto world, here are some excerpts…

The idea appeared to fit neatly into SBF’s broader goal to use the massive wealth he accumulated in crypto, then estimated at $30 billion, to fund charities and nonprofits and to make the world a better place through a philosophy known as “effective altruism.” The idea was to entice high school students in Broward as well as neighboring Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties to compete for scholarship money using their entrepreneurial skills in a format that resembled the popular TV show “Shark Tank.” They would come together in “hackathon-style,” borrowing the name from a crypto-protocol to solve various problems.

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FOX Business is withholding the names of the students to protect their privacy. By most accounts, the hackathon was, at least initially, a lucrative and teachable moment for 20 high school students who each received $15,000 in college scholarship money from the FTX Foundation. They got to work with business leaders to create a plan to turn an idea into a potentially viable business.

The success of the event, such as it was, is now being questioned, with members of the public demanding answers from the school board about its involvement with a company accused of fraud. The school district itself is trying to sidestep any of the fallout, telling FOX Business it played no role in the hackathon event and received no funds from FTX despite the involvement of one of its board members.

But then again, these are just some of the ways “collaboration” philanthropy is done. The new word for entering in and taking hold is called “collaboration”.  It’s where the biggest international philanthropists get together and funnel monies into small town USA, and take America over city by city…making it a better sustainable development UN City RESET for the new world order of things. To be run off of who knows??? Possibly the internet of things? They throw in good things like student grants for education to appear to be investor angels and their good works  within the community  rest on these type of laurels… and the rest of the stuff is none of your concern.  Move along…there’s nothing for you to see…look a new park! 

The question is now out there and it is this… “IS YOUR CITY COLLABORATING WITH PHILATHROPISTS WHO ARE PART OF A SANFORD FTX TYPE FUNDING PROGRAM or another type of international effort?” 

These wonder money givers are looking for cities across America and the globe. They desire cities that will let them collaborate  everything their infrastructure needs and take  control of the cities planning and every tax dollar to add to their donations with strings so thick they are like ropes attached.  These boast to solve all the world problems in the next 18 years, or by 2030. Sound familiar?  It should… it’s the UN Smart City Programming for sustainable development and climate change.

The article explained that Broward County is a  racially and economically diverse region made up of cities and smaller towns with luxury high rises, modest single-family homes and pockets of poverty, Broward’s entanglement in the SBF story begins with a charity event in March 2022. Billed as an “FTX Charity Hackathon,” it was spearheaded by SBF’s father, Stanford University law professor Joseph Bankman, and developed by SBF’s aunt  , Barbara Miller, a Broward County political consultant.

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The idea appeared to fit neatly into SBF’s broader goal to use the massive wealth he accumulated in crypto, then estimated at $30 billion, to fund charities and nonprofits and to make the world a better place through a philosophy known as “effective altruism.” The idea was to entice high school students in Broward as well as neighboring Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties to compete for scholarship money using their entrepreneurial skills in a format that resembled the popular TV show “Shark Tank.” They would come together in “hackathon-style,” borrowing the name from a crypto-protocol to solve various problems.

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Sam Bankman Fried’s mother, Barbara Fried speaks to Barbara Miller (standing behind Kevin O’Leary)

Following the arrest of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, investigators want to know how involved his parents Joe Bankman and Barbara Fried were in his cryptocurrency scheme! Read: FTX Hackathon & Crypto Summit Was A Sam Bankman-Fried Family Affair | REDBROWARD

The Fox article also stated that the students are growing anxious because bankruptcy lawyers say the hackathon money — some or all of the total $1.3 million FTX handed out to the students and the appointed “mentors” who participated with them — could be “clawed back” by John Ray, the new FTX CEO and bankruptcy trustee. Ray is seeking to repay FTX customers whose money was allegedly stolen, prosecutors say, to finance SBF’s various business, political and charitable efforts. Oh what a web collaboration philanthropy can be, especially when the other peoples money scam is exposed! But then again, isn’t this what happens to tax payers all the time? It appears to be a working model and those who whistle blow are either ignored or removed.

Meet Bankman Fried’s  FTX to SBF’s father, Stanford University law professor Joseph Bankman, and his aunt, Barbara Miller, a Broward County political consultant.

The Fox article stated: “Barbara Miller, 82, and James Fox Miller, 83, are considered a Broward County power couple. They tend to keep a low profile, though details of their lives — including their frequent trips to Italy, where they own a fancy dwelling in Florence — can be found on their social media feeds.

While James Fox Miller is considered one of Florida’s top litigators, Barbara Miller has been an important figure in Broward school board politics for nearly four decades, according to local officials who spoke to FOX Business. She helps elect people to the board and other local offices as a campaign adviser and consultant.

“She’s so good at her job that “You can’t get elected to the school board without Barbara Miller on your side,” one prominent local politician described her power to FOX Business.

Read: FTX scandal rocks Florida school district; victims may include high school teens | Fox Business

Does this sound familiar? Almost every city has their share of power figures who seem to make sure that those who have their way of “thinking about things” get elected.

This is of particular importance for all Americans to know for this is now taking place in cities across the nation.  There are always the power figures lurking in the back that control who does and does not get elected in the city. At least they give it all their effort to make sure the ones they want elected land in that coveted position. We have been watching this on a national level… and somewhat on the state level…but folks are now waking up and understanding it all begins on the local level.

Imagine it this way… every one of the people in the congress and the senate came from a home town. Every home town has wealthy power figures in it. Some good and some self serving.  There is always a bad apple somewhere…. generally seen as someone  that wants to control who is elected and what they are going to do for them when they are elected. They control from behind the scene. Just like the local prominent politician reported to Fox News about Barbara, “You can’t get elected to the school board without Barbara Miller on your side.”  There are a lot of these type of power figures trying to control their hometown political seats across America.   Everything starts at the city level. It’s time to attend your local council meetings and get involved with what your city is doing. Demand transparency and let the peoples voice be heard.

Keep on pressing into the Kingdom of God!  Press, press, press!

Dianne

By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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