Shortages Are Going to Drive People Out of Their Minds: “That’s When the Riots Will Start”

This is what it looks like when Americans rush for cheap TV’s, phones and video game systems on Black Friday – can you imagine what the scene will be when they’re fighting for food and clothing?


The American people, and the people of most western nations, have been living a life of relative peace and prosperity for the last several decades.

The majority have no idea how all of it has been made possible.

The almost unimaginable levels of debt and leverage that have been keeping the system afloat will, however, soon be revealed for the Ponzi scheme they really are.

And when it all comes crashing down millions of unsuspecting myrmidons will be totally blind sided.

They will have failed to prepare for a paradigm shift not seen since the early to mid 20th century, when economic instability and wars ravaged the entire globe, leaving tens of millions of people dead.

As Jim Willie and Greg Hunter note, the big event is coming.

Now is the time to stockpile those items that will be unavailable at almost any price when the severity of the collapse becomes apparent to everyone. Food to keep you alive for extended periods. Essential supplies that you can barter. Gold and silver as a mechanism of exchange. Weapons and ammo to defend what’s yours.

We may not be able to predict what will happen or how widespread it will be, but having a well developed preparedness plan will, at the very least, give you a fighting chance at survival.


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1 Response to Shortages Are Going to Drive People Out of Their Minds: “That’s When the Riots Will Start”

  1. fed up says:

    The sheepel are more concerned with texting and government hand outs. I live in WV where we have the largest people in the nation and most of them are or will be on welfare shortly after the mines close. The SHTF prospect is a scary one here because of the poverty. I live in a quite secluded place but try to prepare as best as I can. Being “fat, dumb and lazy is not way to go through life”. The city clowns will have to deal with the gangs and food lines. The scenario I fear is the sheep coming for what we have and having to pull the trigger. I can do that when it comes time to but the smell of dead bodies will bother my wife. The politicians and law enforcement play a game thinking “it” won’t effect them. The police have addresses and families. The politicians have to make it to somewhere. The economy is collapsing and there are far to many that think it isn’t or some how it won’t get to them in their nice neighborhoods. The end is nearer than we think.

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