Episode 399 S15-4
The Next Disaster
Virgis Ch 4
In today’s fiction segment, McClintock explains to Virgis that the government was forced to do National Triage because of the widespread devastation to the country. They had to decide where resources could be most effectively deployed. Other areas, like California, were cut off. Even though Covid gave us a real-life example of the steps the government could take in a disaster scenario, much more of your freedoms could be removed.
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Exploring the capabilities of the government during a National Disaster Scenario is something we have explored multiple times on The Changing Earth Podcast. However, exploring this topic in a post-Covid reality provides a new understanding of the realities of theories. Covid had a death rate of 0.02, yet the fear of the disease changed the world. The government’s request to stay home for two weeks slowly evolved into a two-year time frame. Two-thirds of the world received the Covid vaccination, and many more obediently put on their masks. People who asked questions were ridiculed, fired from their jobs, removed from social opportunities, and even beaten in the streets. All this is due to a 0.02 death rate.
Draconian laws became the norm during Covid, but what if the disaster was worse? What if the death rate was higher? What if the infrastructure of America was destroyed? How would the government respond? The president can execute the National Resource Defense Preparedness Act (executive order 13603). This executive order puts the president in charge of water, human and animal food, all transportation, energy, construction materials, health resources, farm equipment, fertilizers, fuels, manpower, housing, etc. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) follows the National Response Framework (NRF) guidelines. Most of the individuals in charge at FEMA are appointed rather than elected.
A dialog between policymakers and the people must be established before the next disaster strikes and the potential threats looming in the near future. The potential of a biological blunder from a bio-lab or a natural evolution of a super virus creates an opportunity for a new pandemic. Natural disasters of increasing intensity have impacted the United States and the world. As their intensity increases, the ability to continue rebuilding becomes more challenging. The magnetic shielding of our planet is weakening as the sun’s ejection frequency increases, putting our electrical grid at risk.
World War III is a topic of intense debate lately. Let’s explore this example to illustrate how quickly these orders that remove American freedom could be deployed. The threat to our young people is the first thing I consider. America is not ready for a large-scale war. Our forces are trained to be targeted specialists. Current recruiting practices and patriotic purging have left the current military force lacking in numbers. A draft is likely to happen, and with today’s equal opportunity laws, it’s not a stretch to believe that both men and women could be drafted.
One of the first weapons likely to be deployed in WWIII is an EMP. Whether man-made (EMP) or created by the sun (CME), a lights-out scenario is catastrophic for the United States. Most people rely on plastic money that needs a digital system to work. Grocery stores would have no refrigeration and run out of food in about three days. The United States could rebuild the grid, but China makes the transformers. They take time to produce and time to install. The violence will erupt when the weeks pass, and people begin to understand that no one is coming to help. The only way to control the chaos is with food and force, or food or force.
Nuclear strikes present their share of additional problems, but even if nukes are not deployed, large-scale bombings will likely be deployed to force the enemy to submit. These bombings have the same effect as large-scale Natural Disasters. Either will devastate critical infrastructure items like water, food, and transportation.
People will move around the country and the world to escape the devastation. America is already dealing ineffectively with the mass migration of individuals from South America to North. America is also dealing with the California exodus. There is a tribal mentality among the individuals already occupying an area when they are infiltrated by another group of people from somewhere else. The group tension will spike as food, space, and supplies dwindle.
Food will replace currency. What good is money if you don’t have food? It’s no wonder that certain elites in our world are snatching up farmland at an alarming rate.
The pressure on the food supply in a WWIII scenario will be devastating. It’s already under extreme threat from the increased intensity of natural disasters. “Climate change” policies are not helping with production. Significant global famine would result if war broke out and the supply chain halted.
The American Spirit must not be underestimated. In the past, a profoundly ingrained sense of brotherhood and sisterhood has motivated self-reliant communities to unite into an unstoppable force of free spirits bonded together to achieve a common goal. It is my prayer that Americans could band together in incorruptible unity. However, after watching what happened with Covid, I fear that the lies and corruption seeped into every facet of American Politics and Political Agencies destroyed the average American’s faith in its leadership and that of the world agencies.
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