Wednesday, February 24, 2016
By Paul Martin

by James Cole

There is no doubt that the state of the economy has been continuously getting worse, especially during the past few weeks. If the economy collapses, you can go without almost anything but food and water. The truth is that you will be able to survive for three days without consuming any water before your body begins breaking down.

Dehydration usually starts only after one day so you can imagine what the state of your body will be like after three or four days. If you have family or people to take care of, then this is just going to make things even worse for you and this is why it is essential that you’re prepared. I wouldn’t say that it is “never too late” to prepare for potential disaster because, obviously, the numerous economic and social catastrophes of the past have proven otherwise. There simply comes a point in time in which the ignorant and presumptive are indeed officially screwed. I will say that we have not quite come to that point yet here in the U.S., but the window of opportunity for preparation is growing very narrow.

That’s right. And if you think about it – as in, critical thinking, – you will (should) realize the utter devastation that will surely result when the unthinkable happens… a SHTF collapse of our food supply which will kill multi-millions of you. I only say ‘you’ in reference to the general population. Hopefully ‘you’ reading this are already prepared to some extent, where as those who are not – will be facing near certain death.

Let me explain…

I can’t explain why, but for some reason I am able to clearly see many of the systemic risks within our modern way of life. Perhaps it’s simply because I am not a major sufferer of ‘normalcy bias’ and do not accept that any or all of these systems will remain functional forever. Maybe it’s because I do not automatically accept the ‘status quo’. Instead I know that things do change, and sometimes very rapidly for the worse…

I’m sure that many of you too have the uncanny ability to recognize risk – especially those risks which could devolve and ‘domino’ into catastrophic life-altering results… even those which could potentially kill off many, many, millions of us. It has happened before. Why should it not happen again? Particularly in today’s modern era where most people literally depend on many various external systems to keep them alive.

People assume that there will always be food in the grocery stores. People assume that there will always be electricity (and most people have no idea the horrible ramifications of life without electricity). People assume a-lot of things.

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