New Supply Chain Disruptions Imminent: If You Buy, Rely On, Or Need Stuff From Canada Or Mexico, Then Stock Up Right Now BEFORE You Can’t Get It!


from Silver Doctors:

“By mid-January, even essential travelers seeking to enter the U.S., like truck drivers, will need to be…”

(by Half Dollar) They blame the “supply chain disruptions” on the Zombie Apocalypse, you know.

Regardless, finding the stuff you need from Canada & Mexico is about to become quite a bit more problematic than it already is, and as a direct result, that stuff is about to become a heck of a lot more expensive too.


Check out this reporting from Fox News this morning about upcoming “new rules” regarding the you-know-what (bold added for emphasis and commentary):

The new rules, to be announced Wednesday, will allow fully…foreign nationals to enter the U.S. regardless of the reason for travel starting in early November, when a similar easing of restrictions is set to kick in for air travel into the country, the Associated Press reported. By mid-January, even essential travelers seeking to enter the U.S., like truck drivers, will need to be fully…

Why does this matter?

Because Canada & Mexico matter in ways that I’m not sure people are even aware of, especially when it comes to the everyday stuff, like food & fuels, or the durable stuff, like cars, trucks and auto parts.

In part, that lack of awareness could be because it’s cool to get into Cold War 2.0, not to be confused with The Cold War, of course, and to place one’s focus on the CCP, not to be confused with the CCCP, of course, and as a result, the unaware forget about our other two largest trading partners, but no matter what people know or understand about trade, the supply chain, rising prices, and all of that fun market & economic stuff, here’s the key takeaway: The government can either get in the way, or get out of the way, and when the government gets in the way, stuff costs more.

Perhaps all that Zote soap I bought (and wrote about in January, 2021) wasn’t such a dumb idea after all:

And to think, the “in-hand” price has already been on the move higher in the last several months, and now we’ve got some crazy evil announcement regarding international trade with the US coming today?

Which is “just in time” international trade, I might add?


Indeed, the US Dollar hyperinflation is transitory, and the fun & games, or the pain & suffering, or whatever, is only beginning.

And by mid-January, it seems the supply chain disruptions will become even worse.

Crack-up, boom!

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