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Economic Collapse has Begun, Meltdown Spreading State by State – Connecticut,Maine,NJ – 20 Jobs You Need to Have to Prepare for the Imminent Economic Collapse! (2017-2018)

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 11:39
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Today, millions of Americans say that they believe that the United States is on the verge of a major economic collapse and will soon be entering another big stock market crash and Economic Collapse. But only a small percentage of those same people are prepared for that to happen.

There are a handful of jobs that have proven to be economic collapse proof. This means that even when things are tight and money isn’t flowing as abundantly, certain goods and services are still going to be in demand. If you have one of those jobs, you should still be able to bring home a paycheck and keep your family afloat. 

The Economic Doomsday is here. The second financial bubble is going to soon burst, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. The Federal Reserve has set up the American economy for financial collapse for printing trillions of dollars back in 2008 and 2009. The Federal Reserve’s policies of printing trillions of dollars back in ’08-09 have locked into place a serious financial crisis at some point in our future. Going so far as to intimate the financial collapse and market crash will occur at least some time in the next two years, “It’s unavoidable, and even Donald Trump can’t stop it. Top economists predict that within the next 18-24 months, the imminent economic collapse will happen. 

 

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Are you worried about your future? Are you worried by the many disasters that you face in your everyday life? Worry no more. The Lost Ways comes in to solve your woes. This program was created by Davis Claude and its major role is to prepare and teach you how to handle worst-case scenarios using the least independence. This program will therefore motivate you to protect your family and friends during the worst period without the help of the modern technology.

Alert!!! Economic Collapse Has Begun,The Meltdown Is Spreading State By State – Connecticut,Maine,NJ

Retail is now dependent on government food stamp money. The economic system is breaking down and each state is now feeling the effects. Illinois, Connecticut, Maine, NJ and many other states are started to feel the economic collapse. With the states failing we are now on the precipices of a failing pension system, this failing pension system will hit hard as the economic system fails. GDP estimates are now converging with each other. The corporate media is now pushing the idea that the next recession will be caused by climate change.  

 

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We never know what emergency may befall us during which we may not be able to obtain food or drink. The emergency may be loss of job or inability to work due to accident or illness. This may result in a situation where financial resources to purchase food would not be available or may be decreased appreciably. Natural catastrophe such as flood, earthquake or storms may result in temporary inability to distribute food to supermarkets. Under these conditions even having money to purchase food does not mean it can be obtained.

Even in the United States each of the above conditions occurs occasionally. Because of the possibility of such emergencies the Civil Defense recommends storing food and drink adequate for your family’s needs for a two-week period. Certain church organizations have recommended their members “Have on hand a year’s supply of food, fuel, clothing and where possible money.”

Food storage is viewed as a part of emergency preparedness. It is also a part of the program of a gardener to preserve and store away some of the fruits of his or her labor.
Whatever the reason a person has for storing food beyond immediate needs, planning must be done toavoid waste.

There are a number of approaches to building a food storage program. Only two will be outlined, which can be adapted to fit individual needs. A major reason for not having food storage is the expense. A simple way to avoid a large cash outlay is to merely purchase double the items on the grocery list with each shopping excursion. The extra items are then marked with the purchase date and put into storage to be rotated out and replaced on the next shopping trip. Perishable items such as fluid milk or eggs are difficult to work into this system.

Therefore substitutes such as nonfat dried milk may be purchased for storage. Keep in mind, however, that there is a limit to the length of time that even these semi-perishable or dehydrated items can be stored.

A disadvantage of the double purchase system is that it is not as easy to benefit from sales prices. One advantage is that items are only purchased that are routinely used in menu planning, thereby reducing waste and improving rotation.

Another approach to beginning a food storage program is to use a lump sum of money such as a tax refund or a bonus check to purchase a large amount of basics for your family. The pamphlet “Essentials of Food Storage” has suggested that basics should include wheat, sugar or honey, salt and nonfat dried milk. While it is true that these items do store well, it is important that the family will use what they store. This list could be modified to include grain products such as wheat and white flour, pasta products, rolled oats, rice, dried beans, split peas, lentils and other dehydrated fruits and vegetables. Cracked or whole wheat products do not store well because the membranes are broken that keep the oil in the wheat germ away from the iron and other minerals in the endosperm and the bran layer. Rancidity occurs at a rapid rate. Rolled oats are heat treated which destroys the lipase enzyme and therefore will store quite well.

When establishing a food storage program do not forget: 

1. Store only those items you will use. If you do not currently include a food in your diet
it is not likely that you will use it.

2. Do not purchase more than you will rotate and use within a 2 to 3 year period of time
to reduce waste.

3. Insure that the quality of the item you purchase is acceptable. Quality does not
improve upon storage for most foods.

How to Prepare For An Unthinkable Crisis!

There is still time for you to prepare, but you have to start learning how to make your own survival foods as soon as humanly possible. The best way to do it is to get the inside scoop on how to do it right. Fortunately, there is a way to get twenty years worth of The Lost Ways.

This new food storage system is called The Lost Ways. You do not need a lot of expensive equipment to store foods for a crisis using the methods taught here. Even better, The Lost Ways pays for itself quickly as you begin to put away garden produce or even meats that you buy on sale. For most folks it’s simply the biggest bargain of their lives. You can finally become self-sufficient and any extra money saved in food expense goes right back to your pocket. Frankly, at the end of the day, The Lost Ways actually makes you money! What’s more, the videos take you by the hand, step by step, through the entire process of “putting away” almost any food you can think of. It’s very much like having a food storage professional right there with you every step of the way.

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  • Man

    Make america great again with an economic collapse… maybe… if the stars align correctly and people read this click bait

  • Pink Slime

    This is nothing new. You sound like Yearbooks from the 50′s and 60′s and even the 70′s. And if you look at any newspaper even before that you sound like them.

    Every year the economy is going to collapse. Don’t get me started on the weather. They sound the same too. Every year, the worst this, the worst that.

    Look it up yourself. Bad scary worrisome news SELLS. Shame on you…. :cool:

    • The Troubles

      Pink, I agree. This is the same old G.I.G.O. nonsense. Garbage In and Garbage out. :eek:

      :idea: :arrow: Click Bait Extraordinaire.

      Nothing new under the sun here. :eek:

      So now move along folks. Nothing to seeeeeee here :roll:

  • Ste Gre

    It would help to research about how people and businesses survived during the Great Depression – and even before. A few people and businesses at that time knew what was about to happen and put away a few dollars and bartered to survive the depression and ultimately thrived afterwards while their competitors went out of business.

    If there were a collapse of society, stocks, bonds, gold, silver, money and other useless material assets would be, well, useless. My dad asked us kids “what would you rather have $10,000 GMC stock (GMC was his favorite vehicles since he owned a produce company and a restaurant in Chicago during the 1950s and 1960s) or a $10,000 commercial coffee maker?” He taught us kids to buy the coffee maker because if things go bad everyone needs their coffee – even during the depression. One cannot control the price of paper assets (stocks and bond, etc), but one can control hard assets like real estate and coffee makers.

    Learn a trade: agriculture especially using heirloom seeds (including food preparation and preservation), husbandry (including skinning and butchering, see note below, and maybe training guard dogs), welding, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, seamstress, cooking / baking, security. Also, learn to barter so when the economy collapses you’ll have something useful to trade. Or better still create a bartering co-op. And best of all, keep your spiritual faith strong, you’ll need it.

    Note: many, if not most, people have an aversion to killing and slaughtering an animal for food. If you could acquire this skill, you’ll be well known in your neighborhood with plenty of jobs. You may also want to think about raising rabbits (or teaching others to raise rabbits for meat), they taste like chicken – and they are easy to breed and raise even in an apartment. Do an internet search for “raising rabbits for meat.” Storing up beans and cornbread is ideal for the short term. Read the internet article “Feed a family of 4 for 1 year, for less than $300.”

    Also, learn how to make slumgullion stew, mmm mmm good.

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