“’The problem with socialism,’ Lady Thatcher once said, ‘is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.’
How Did We Get Here?
What we have done to future generations over the past 30 years is absolutely criminal. 30 years ago the U.S. national debt was a bit under one trillion dollars, and at that time it was considered a huge national crisis. Today, the national debt is 14 times larger and the years ahead look absolutely apocalyptic at this point. We have literally sold our children and our grandchildren into perpetual debt.
We are living in the greatest debt bubble in the history of the world, and it is only a matter of time until it bursts. If the federal government began right at this moment to repay the U.S. national debt at a rate of one dollar per second, it would take over 440,000 years to pay off the national debt. If the federal government began repaying the national debt at a rate of $10 million dollars a day it would take approximately 3,800 years to pay off the national debt. Today, the U.S. national debt is increasing by roughly 4 billion dollars every single day.
Economists show without question that there is a 100% chance of a worldwide economic collapse based on the current banking system in the U.S. and around the globe. Calculations and projections created during the Reagan era, and presented to his administration and those following, indicate that the system will collapse in about 2010-2015. What could cause a total economic collapse in a country like the United States? Currency collapse. Global epidemic. Stock market crash. Government corruption. Peak oil. Terrorism. Rapid monetary inflation.
I believe that we are on the verge of a financial collapse of the world monetary system. The world is in turmoil. Since I started my other website (link below) in September 2010 things have gotten much worse. However, it's not only a financial collapse that creates the need for food storage and preparation. We have printed massive amounts of dollars which will eventually lead to massive inflation (we are already seeing inflation rear it's ugly head). Storms and natural disasters, unrest in the Middle East could cause disruptions in oil delivery to the United States which could create gas rationing overnight and delays in food delivery. It is being predicted that the problems we are seeing in the Middle East could boil over to countries like Iran causing oil shortages and potentially taking gas well above $5.00 a gallon, possibly as high as $10.00 a gallon. What happens if fuel becomes so expensive that truckers decide in protest not to deliver the food we all need delivered to our stores on a DAILY basis? Grocery store shelves will become bare very quickly if there is any interruption in the delivery of our food.
Unrest in nations around the world are making the world a very dangerous place to live. The Middle East is literally on fire. A war in the Middle East or the closing of the Suez Canal like Iran has threatened could have global consequences for world trade and commerce. Food prices could spike quickly as the price of energy skyrockets and the demand for food increases.
Now is the time to prepare yourself for what could be coming very soon.