One look at the state of world events should convince anyone that we are precariously close to an imminent crisis of unparalleled proportions. As intertwined as society has become, should one arm of our culture collapse, the ripples would be felt across the entire system, possibly precipitating a global collapse.
But even if such an imminent catastrophe doesn’t come to pass, smaller ones on a regional or local scale are sure to occur, from any number sources, be they natural disasters, terrorism, pandemic, or riots.
Don’t be fooled, those people in your community you see shopping in the same grocery store or with their families at the local park may soon be vying for the very food and water you hope to procure for your family.
All it will take is a few days of interruption in the trucking industry’s supply chain for our grocery store shelves to go permanently empty. And if you have supplies and others know it how long do you think they will let their loved ones suffer before taking action against you? As history shows, not long.