>Dozens of looters descended on a Nordstrom store and stole merchandise Saturday night in a raid that was over within a minute, police in Walnut Creek, California said
>Jodi Hernandez, a reporter with NBC Bay Area, was near the store when the raid took place. She tweeted that about 25 cars blocked the street during the incident.
People in the cars rushed into the store and jumped back into their cars before speeding away with goods, she said.nbcnews(dot)com/news/us-news/dozens-looters-target-nordstrom-store-walnut-creek-california-rcna6265https://archive.vn/fFaR6
This is concerning. In the near future they WILL be targeting staples instead of (((luxury goods))) - Local farmers are telling me fertilizer is up 2x, herbicide is up several times more, and that's IF you can source it in the required quantities. Aside from consumables they're having trouble getting spare parts for machinery and labor, including processors, is an issue.
Other than owning an established organic hobby farm that's located at least 1.5 tanks of gas away from any urban center (and staffed by 10+ of your closest well-heeled buddies) I'm not sure how to prepare for this.