Joe “Brandon” Biden’s continued failure to lead the United States out of its current state of plandemic-induced economic turmoil has created yet another new problem as real-life pirates are now ransacking the collapsing supply chain.

Reports indicate that pirates are now disguising themselves as logistics workers in order to loot goods from stalled shipping and storage containers that are sitting idle due to China Joe’s illegal and unconstitutional Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” mandates.

Officials from the British Standards Institution (BSI) say that there is now a “significant number” of criminal organizations masquerading as legitimate warehousing, transport or distribution companies.

A Costa Rican crime gang, for instance, set up a smuggling operation in September 2021 that involved hiding cocaine in a shipping container full of banana pump. Because of the continued worker shortage, this gang was quickly hired on to handle the container during travel from the South American country into Donegal, Ireland.

In Ukraine, two criminals posed as licensed cargo carriers and illicitly took possession of more than £137,000 ($185,000) worth of goods.

“Supply chain threats will remain one of the most serious issues global businesses will face in 2022,” warned Harold Pradal, the chief commercial officer at BSI.

Widespread product shortages and scarcely qualified operators, including lorry-drivers, are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the ongoing global supply chain crisis.”

It’s almost like the plandemic was designed to usher in a great reset

Pradal further explained that the logistics industry’s desperate need for workers has made the entire supply chain vulnerable to pirates looking for an easy way to score big time during a crisis.

“With manufacturers and freight companies already spending much effort to address these issues, organizations along the supply chain increasingly fall vulnerable to a convergence of additional threats,” he explained.

“Those include more frequent and damaging natural disasters and more opportunistic criminal cartels. Unless these threats are addressed holistically and quickly by supply chain leaders, consumers are likely to see current challenges continue and worsen over time.”

Drug cartels are also taking advantage of the situation with new creative ways to hide their wares within the broken supply chain. The number of cocaine seizures in Europe increased steadily from 2020 to 2021, reports indicate, and things are only expected to get worse in 2022.

Meanwhile, shipping costs are skyrocketing, in some cases by more than 650 percent. This really is the unwelcome gift that keeps on giving.

Since shipping barges are piling up out in the ocean with nowhere to port, some companies are trying to deliver more of their goods through air routes. But this, too, is having unintended consequences that are benefitting criminals.

“This shift toward air freight led to an increase in smugglers introducing illegal drugs into air cargo shipments; up from 20 per cent in February to 33.3 per cent in June,” reported The Sun.

Then we have the “climate change” racket, natural disasters like Hurricane Ida, and other factors that are making the situation worse at every term. It is a perfect storm, really, for the imminent collapse of this Mystery Babylonian system of globalism.

“As we continue to manage a multitude of challenges, including Covid, climate change and natural disasters, we have seen the convergence of impacts on organizations and the global community,” said Jim Yarbrough, BSI’s global intelligence program manager.

“This illustrates the broad-brush consequences of disruptions and threats to our supply chains and the importance of not underestimating their complexities … We’ve published a supply chain risk report every year since 2013, but there has never been a more vital time for business leaders and decision-makers to take note.”

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