SELCO: It’s Not the Virus You Need to Worry About. It’s the System

Monday, January 27, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Selco
TheOrganicPrepper.com
January 27, 2020

What would you do if one morning in your city you found out that there are confirmed cases of a new illness that rapidly spreads among citizens, and let’s say killed 15 people?

What if you saw on Facebook that in your neighborhood, in some mall, for example, a few people passed out and people said it is because of that illness?

What if you read in the news that the virus is very contagious and it spreads by air very quickly?

What if you saw people rushing into pharmacies for face masks and medications, and into the grocery stores for food and water supply?

Would you continue to live as before or you would consider going into survival mode and stay home with your family, or to leave a densely populated area to go to your cabin on the lake?

Now, multiply the mentioned situation above by 10, so let’s say the situation with deceased from the virus is 10 times worse, and so is the situation with panic and rushes to store and pharmacies, etc. and ask yourself this:

What do you imagine that people who are working in electric companies, police services, hospitals, fire departments, food delivery systems, public transport companies and elsewhere would do?

Do you think people working in areas that hold the system together would continue to go to their jobs or some of them might consider the option to go home and take care of their families? Do you think the stores will remain stocked? Do you think everything will keep running as normal?

How large a number of those people would there be? How would that affect the system? Would that mean the system might collapse?

Well, nobody knows for sure, but I think there is a big possibility for that.

It’s not the virus you have to worry about. It’s the system.

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