Gerald Celente joins the Financial Sense Newshour to discuss a variety of topics including neo-survivalism, currencies, disaster scenarios, and global war.
The other thing that’s very important during these times is to form bonds with like-minded people, groups. Whether it’s a church, to a book club, a martial art group, to a farmers market group – whatever it might be – because there’s going to be a lot of difficulties that people are not going to be able to withstand by themselves.
While it is nearly impossible to predict exactly what will unfold over the coming years, we believe Gerald Celente brings up an important point with regards to forming groups of like-minded people.
Your group should include people with a variety of different skills from micro-farming to medical care to personal defense.
Perhaps we will not see a complete meltdown of our economic system, a TEOTWAWKI event for example. But we may very likely see continued unemployment and higher food prices. Thus, if your group is able to work together to grow food on an acre or two of land it would be an easy way to supplement your income if you happen to lose your job, because you will not have to generate cash revenue to trade for food – you’ll simply be able to harvest it yourself.
If you are planning on a a worst-case scenario, however, then understand that going it alone will be nearly impossible unless you have ideal conditions like having a piece ofÂ land which is isolated from city populations to prevent security threats, the ability to produce your own food for the long-term, and an understanding of providing medical care in the event of an emergency or radio communications expertise to keep in touch with what is going on in the rest of the world. There are a lot of skill sets one would need to learn and master in order to survive a serious collapse on their own.
Find a trusted group of individuals that includes family or friends who are interested in being prepared for a wide array of potential outcomes to our economic, financial and geo-political crisis.
We don’t know what’s coming, but we do know that you stand much better odds of success if you are working with people you trust and whose skills are able to be put to good use within a system for the betterment of the whole.
Gerald Celente on Financial Sense Newshour
Just to let you all know, I’m creating a document. More of a form, actually. Its entitled Survival Skill Set Inventory. Surely someone has done this before. Do any of you have any suggestions of where to find something like that? I plan to pass this out to “like minded people” to find out what they know, what they can do and how they (we) can support each other in a collapse. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Check with Rawles. He may have something. As a bona fide capitalistÂ I would have to charge you for mine. 🙂
Mr. Celente is right, I posted a few days ago that the rural locals ( I am one ) will not trust outsiders when the shtf. Its important that you get to know the rural folks in your bug out area and develope their trust. Not so easy to do in an emergency situation. The city folks will have a hard time just getting out of Dodge and will be entering a hostile inviroment without friends and family to help them in their bug out area.