When SHTF, America will see a resurgence of diseases long thought to have been eradicated… most deaths will happen through sickness, not violence

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Wednesday, November 28, 2018

While pro-vaccine fanatics would have us all believe that chemical-laced jabs are responsible for eliminating many of the world’s worst disease scourges, the truth is that things like clean water and improved sanitation are the real victors on this front. And that’s why, when society collapses and pretty much everything we take for granted is no longer with us, infectious pandemics are sure to return with a vengeance.

As explained by Sandy Hoffman from SurvivalDan101.com, a total collapse – meaning no more clean water, electricity, or other human creature comforts – will result in diseases that many people believe have long been eradicated suddenly making a dramatic comeback. And the even worse news is that there’s really nothing that anyone will be able to do to stop it.

Without working purification systems in place to keep the water flowing from our taps clean, deadly pathogens will quickly make a home there. Think cholera, dysentery, and typhoid in the bacterial department; giardia and cryptosporidiosis in the protozoan department; schistosomiasis in the parasite department; and polio and hepatitis A in the virus department.

Not only this, but a lack of clean water will also cause food crops to suffer. Not only will there not be anything safe to give these plants for hydration, but any water that runs down from nearby mountains or streams affected by the fallout will also likely be contaminated – leaving nothing safe or clean to eat.

“To prevent illness, use only purified water for food preparation, cooking, and washing dishes,” warns Hoffman as she discusses options like boiling, distilling, and even treating unsafe water with bleach in order to make it at least a little bit safer than it otherwise would be for drinking or other uses in the kitchen.

“Carefully wash all produce. Cook all foods thoroughly. Enforce rigid hygiene practices for all food handlers. Practice strict observance of all guidelines for home canning. Don’t permit strangers to prepare your food. And don’t save leftovers – practice cooking what will be eaten in one meal.”

For more survival and preparedness tips, be sure to check out Survival.news and Preparedness.news.

Watch out for bugs, which also carry deadly diseases!

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