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The Great Reset: Planning On How To Survive The Riots, Looting And Civil Unrest When SHTF After The Coming Economic Collapse (US cities exploded—more than 150 times—into violent upheaval)

We can see the signs of a coming economic collapse, but that does us no good whatsoever if we fail to act. No, we can’t prevent what is coming, but we can certainly prepare to minimize the pain when it all comes down. When the government debt is no longer payable and the government checks can’t be covered or the money printing to make it all keep going causes hyperinflation, there will be a lot of civil unrest. Unhappy people who either aren’t getting their government checks or people who are unhappy that their government checks won’t go far enough as 5% becomes the monthly inflation rate instead of the annual inflation rate. So if we have the benefit of foresight and we see it coming, just what can we do to survive when it all comes down? Let’s take a look at three specific things you can to do survive the riots and looting that will make the streets a very dangerous place to be when the economic  Be able to stay home The safest place during a riot is in your home. Especially if you h

First Items That Become Scarce In A War-Torn Country, Several Items Can Become Difficult to Acquire Due to Various Reasons Such As Disrupted Supply Chains, Damaged Infrastructure, Economic Instability, And Restricted Movement.

Life can be tough nowadays, but most of us are lucky enough to have never known true hardship: the type that our grandparents and great grandparents faced during the years of the Great Depression. But despite how hard life was back then, where there was a will, there was almost always a way. So many people suffered extreme financial hardship during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and in turn that led to some pretty extreme frugality. The phrase “use it up, wear it out, make do or do without” was popularized during this era, and for good reason. People had to get creative to make ends meet, and one of the ways they did this was by saving, reusing and repurposing absolutely everything. What we wouldn’t think twice about tossing today was as good as gold back then. The most valuable items were, well, pretty much anything. But in general, the more uses you could get from a single item, the more valuable it was. In a war-torn country, several items can become difficult to acquire due to