Prepping: 15 Things That Will Happen When The Economy Finally Collapses

The comments below are an edited and abridged synopsis of an article by Mac Slavo

In order be prepared for what’s coming next, we need to know what will happen when the economy finally collapses under its own weight. The creation of money out of thin air can only go on for so long, and we are approaching the end. Also, when the world’s largest economy is deep in a recession, many other countries will follow suit.

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The financial breakdown over the next few years will be an unprecedented catastrophe, especially considering that the underlying problems from previous crashes were never truly fixed. A real repair would require a complete restructuring of the system, and the elites were never interested in fixing the system that they set up to screw the rest of us.

Here are some things to prepare for: fuel shortages, or fuel rationing; a rise in car-jackings; interstate trucking will be compromised, limiting the supply of essential goods; defaults in garbage disposal and urban sanitation; food scarcity due to a disruption in food supply chains; declining water quality; civil agitation leading to turbulence in the streets; attacks becoming more frequent; kidnappings increasing; gang activity increasing; banks closing; hospitals becoming overloaded; martial law being enacted.

Knowing that these things are likely to happen when the economy collapses gives you an idea of what you will need to be prepared. Make sure you know how to defend yourself and your family. Make sure you have a way to filter water. You will need to avoid crowds and potentially live off of the grid. Become self-reliant and do not put your faith in the system. Most people are still desperately fighting to keep the system intact in spite of the awareness that it’s rigged and corrupt. Instead, leave the system, put your faith in yourself, improve critical thinking skills, and create back-up plans.

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