Everything Shortage lite edition
Behold my scales of famine.
Anyone with a minimum of common sense, and by merely reading my previous posts, could tell this was the outcome of all the policies and political stupidity from the last 6 months… well, 18 to tell the truth.
As previously laid out on my Twitter and older Substack posts, Europe will experience massive blackouts in the coming winter, energy will keep being as expensive or more for the entire year of 2022, yields of a good number of countries are down, exports of main exporters are down, factories closing as I said they would in October, this will feed inflation, hinder recovery, and feed the cascade failures and create new tipping points.
There won’t be any recovery for most of the world in 2022. Timber which saw a exponential increase the last 18 months will skyrocket even more. It’s the Brazillian government squeezing the rest of the globe.
If you read my older posts and this one, you also can forecast what 2022 will look like. Hedge and prepare accordingly.
Europe's Biggest Aluminum Smelter Cuts Output on Power Price Surge
With energy costs spiking to fresh records day after day, financial strain is mounting for industries including metals and fertilizers. Aluminium Dunkerque Industries France, Europe’s top smelter of the metal, curbed output in the past two weeks. Trafigura’s Nyrstar will pause zinc production in France in early January and Romanian fertilizer maker Azomures temporarily halted activity.
Syria’s wheat harvest worst in 50 years
DAMASCUS, SYRIA – Syria in 2021 saw its lowest level of wheat production in 50 years as drought, high input costs and dire economic conditions took their toll, according to a recent report by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).