Your Guide to Surviving A Crisis

By James Corbett

. . . Yes, it has been a week of non-stop, wall-to-wall, over-the-top news that is enough to make even the sturdiest of information warriors feel queasy. It’s not easy to look over the precipice of panic and not feel some vertigo from the view.

It’s at times like these that people start worrying about their survival, and not without reason. Even if, as the cooked government numbers seem to indicate, you have nothing to fear from SARS-CoV-2 unless you’re an octogenarian with a lung condition, there are still the very real martial law lockdowns and supply shortages and economic collapses to be concerned about.

Whatever your thoughts on what is and isn’t really happening here, there no doubt that we’re heading into a profound and long-lasting economic crisis, or that we’re facing a dramatic change in the way we live our lives. And even the slowest of the slow understand by now that we’re about to see a massive power grab by governments the likes of which would have been unimaginable mere months ago.

The question is: Are you ready for this? If not, here’s your handy-dandy guide to surviving the end of the world as you’ve known it. I present to you five things to keep in mind during this time of crisis. . . .

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