Thursday, January 19, 2017

Why should we Prep ?

Tom's Journal.

Hi  Friends,
    I watched the Trump prep show on TV this evening, and was impressed.   It was so nice to see NICE PEOPLE,  instead of a herd of angry, filthy, ignorant animals --- as most Dims  and Liberals are.   What a nice world it would be -- to live in a place of love, consideration, kindness, and help !!   And believe it or not, the Bible says that the earth WILL someday be just that way, in the book of Isaiah !   Yes,  after all the dust has settled, after the great War of Armageddon, See:  Revelation 16: 16.    Now,  that is the war between 'good and evil,'  between  Jesus' angelic army and the Saints -- and the wicked humans left behind on earth.    I would NOT ever want to be there.    I will be either dead, or Raptured before that happens.   PTL.

So,  you may all ask the question,  'why then should we Prep ?'  Well,  even Bible smart Christians would want to prepare for the hard times that will come in the near future before the Rapture,  right ??   And I always say,  that if I leave a lot of stuff behind and go to heaven,  who really cares ???  Ha!  If I am in heaven or hell, will I care about what happens to my few measly  goods left behind ?   Well,  if my kids don't get my nice Dodge truck -- the Finance people will take it back.  
     So,  you see the pure logic of the whole situation, dear friends ?  Nothing to worry about.   But in the short article below, and even in the bible,  it makes sense to set a little bit aside for emergencies.  

Warm Regards,
Tom  Schuckman

When I asked my past wife, Sharon, why she didn't care for a little bit of "A-1 Steak Sauce" on her frequent steaks, she told me:  "Why wreck a good beef steak ?"   She was a very good, kind, smart, funny wife !  And I miss her so much.....   but she is a far, far, better place right now, then I am.    

Empty Shelves and Madness: A Minor Winter Storm Drove People Into “Panic Buying of Food And Basics”

Mac Slavo
January 18th, 2017
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Can you picture empty store shelves?
Can you picture empty store shelves?
A couple of weeks ago, in early January, there was a relatively minor storm in the South and Southeast U.S. Cold weather, threat of the power going out, snow and ice and empty store shelves.
This wasn’t the big one. And yet it was enough to bring things to a panic.
If this is how people react to an extreme cold spell, then what happens when something major hits?
With about two months of winter to go, it is the kind of routine disturbance that is likely to happen again without much ado. A much more severe storm may come as well.ey
Shortages, and ill prepared people scrambling about for the final available resources. The angry race to the checkout line probably elicited road rage, fights and arguments… the storm that is brought out in people poses perhaps an even larger threat than the natural disaster, etc. itself.
After a few short hours ahead of a short-lived bitter cold, practically everything was gone – and nothing even happened yet. None one had gone without, and things hadn’t even gotten the chance to turn ugly.
If this had been a true crisis, and not just extreme weather over the weekend, people would have killed and died over a cart of groceries, some bottles of water or some fuel… and they could have prepared instead.
Vic Bishop shared these photos via Waking that were sent by a Walmart employee in a North Carolina store. He witnessed a chaotic buying spree, hopeless long lines and a people who could be brought to their knees within mere hours, and without even facing a real threat:
As a wave of extremely cold temperatures and isolated winter storms hits the South and Southeastern parts of the United States, Americans are once again proving their tendency to panic buy food and basic provisions in the event of even the most predictable and short-term emergencies.
The following images were sent to Waking Times on January 6th, 2017, by a Wal-Mart employee of the Cambridge Court store in Charlotte, North Carolina, who photographed empty food shelves as a severe winter storm descended upon the region. Along with the photos, this employee commented that the store had been a madhouse all afternoon and that lines were incredibly long.
“It’s been a mess since Monday, the lines on the register look like people going to vote.” ~Wal-Mart employee, Ras Vosty
If this type of panic buying, which can empty the shelves of a major box retailer like Wal-Mart in just a few hours, is so common place even in the event of a minor, predictable weather event, then what will happen when a serious crisis like a severe economic crash or an escalation of global conflict breaks out?
These photos show that society is completely unprepared for ANYTHING AT ALL out of the ordinary… and if it lasts more than 12 hours, it will cause complete chaos shortly afterwards.

The people you see on the streets, in your community, and especially in the big cities, would be lucky on average to make it three days with the back-up canned goods and last pickings stored in their cabinet and fridge.
After 12-72 hours without ATMs and EBT debit cards working, and without food to buy at the stores, electricity and other services, people will absolutely lose it.
There will be nothing else holding back the inner animal.
That is when everyone you in the general population becomes a threat against you, and a liability to your survival.
Do your friends and neighbors know that you prep and store lots of extra food, fuel and supplies?
Will they be knocking on your door for shelter and refuge, only to eat through your carefully-stocked cache? Will their greed, ignorance and stupidity give you away, open you up to outside attacks, get your arrested or even killed?
There will be a lot revealed about the human character the next time a rise crisis hits and something lasts longer than a weekend storm.
Be prepared, and be on guard for signs like this – that things are not as stable as they appear on the surface:
Becoming self-sufficient, and cutting yourself out of the loop of dependency on the system, supply chain and people around you might be a good thing to do.
At the very least, a couple extra weeks of everything you might need in a crisis should be the minimum step to take – as political and economic unrest may well be coming, along with perhaps more than the average level of natural disasters and extreme weather events.These are not normal times.
h/t Vic Bishop at the Waking Times.
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Read more:
Extreme Winter Survival Vehicle Preps: “Stay Warm and You Will Be Found”
Prepper’s Blueprint: Seriously. Prepare. For. Whatever. Is. Coming.
Could You Escape Your Vehicle In a Disaster? “The Potential Is All Too Real”
Surviving Extreme Winter and Blizzards: “Avoid Panic and Discomfort of Being Unprepared”
What Do You Prep For: Common Personal Disasters

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