Thursday, March 16, 2023

Good News and Motivation

By Tim Gamble 
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First, the good news: The entire banking system didn't collapse this week, the stock market wasn't completely wiped out, and the financial system, such as it is, remains intact (at least for now). The world didn't end or even become a Mad Max version of itself (at least not yet). 

Second, the even better news: We have time to prepare for things to get worse. And they will get worse. As I said in Monday's article in which I urged folks not to panic, use this current situation as motivation to really get started in earnest to prepare for any future chaos that may (will) come our way.

Watching this current crisis unfold, we learned that our leaders, in both government and the corporate world, are corrupt, dishonest, and surprisingly incompetent. Don't expect them to be able to hold everything together for much longer, even if they want to (which they probably don't). 

I don't know how much longer it will be before we do face a total collapse at some point. It may be weeks, months, or even a few years. Or, it may be never. Instead, we may see a slow decline into a dystopian totalitarian nightmare that will last for generations. Actually, that last one seems like where we're actually headed. 

Use whatever time we have left to prepare for the worst. Be thankful that we do have some time left. Please, whatever you do, make the best use of that time. 

Ad: Survivalist Family: Prepared Americans for a Strong America, by Pastor Joe Fox (aka Viking Preparedness), is a great guide to beginner and intermediate preparedness and survival for both short-term disasters and long-term emergencies. Highly recommended!!!  

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