EMP – The Sum of All Fears?

Tuesday, March 6, 2012
By Paul Martin

L.A. Marzulli
LAMarzulli.com
March 6, 2012

Life After An EMP Attack: No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking And No Internet

Life After An EMP Attack: No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking And No Internet

“The consequences of lack of food, heat (or air conditioning), water, waste disposal, medical, police, fire fighting support, and effective civil authority would threaten society itself.”

I want to revisit a scenario that to me is the sum of all fears. I’m speaking about an EMP or Electro Magnetic Pulse Weapon. May I suggest that you click the link above and take a few minutes to read the riveting article. An EMP exploded over the heartland of this country would wipe out the electric grid as we know it. Think about this, your refrigerator would stop running and your food would begin to rot in about 48 hours. Your car would not start, your cell phone wouldn’t work, no lights, no microwave, no TV, radio, or any of the modern conveniences that we take for granted. And here’s the worst part, they wouldn’t come back on …. ever. In other words the life that we all enjoy, and in some ways take for granted, is gone in a flash, literally. This is a real threat and it could happen at any time. It is THE game changer and we would do well to begin to prepare for an event like this. So how do we prepare? Why not stock-pile 6 months worth of food and water. Why not team up with like-minded people who want to be prepared for such an emergency. Why not have a meeting place where folks will congregate in the event of a disaster. It’s good to prepare.

Recently I was at a conference and one of the speakers was assuring everyone that there was nothing to worry about as we were all going “home” soon; that Jesus was going to save us. The crowd cheered and I sat there dumbfounded. The reason for this is simple… Katrina. All we need to do is look at what happened when hurricane Katrina hit the gulf coast. The Federal government was nowhere to be seen and lawlessness ruled the day.

In closing today’s post: We don’t know how long we have here until we are taken out, raptured as we are told. I believe in the Rapture and hope it’s sooner than later! However, I fail to see the harm in preparing for disasters. An EMP is a real threat and we would be remiss, in my opinion not to prepare for it.

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