This page shows a series of videos discussing and presenting global issues. The videos have been chosen to highlight the reasons why prepredness is not necessarily a bad idea, and offers a glimpse of potential future scenarios which you may wish to plan ahead and prepare for.
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Japan faces food and power shortages after Tsunami
Most parts of Japan suffered major shortages including food following the devastating Tsunami that hit. This included large areas of the country that were not directly affected by the giant wave or by the nuclear power plant.
When disasters strike, one of the first things to suffer is the infrastructure of a country, and because most infrastructures work on the well-established "just in time" principal of supply and demand, even minor disruptions can cause shortages and breaks in the supply chain that can take weeks or months to re-establish.
Having your own food production garden will help to support you during such times.
Why Storing and Growing Non-Hybrid Seed is More Important Than Ever Before
Gerald Celente: "'You're going to see Revolution'"
Gerald Celente is an American trend forecaster, business consultant and author who makes financial predictions about global financial markets and historically important events. Historically, he is well known for his accuracy and lack of fear about speaking up, especially when the subject matter is controversial and/or outside of the mainstream media.
He is a self proclaimed 'political atheist' and 'citizen of the world' and has appeared on news shows including the Oprah Winfrey Show, CBS Morning News, The Today Show, Good Morning America etc.
Gerald Celente on Obama's Budget
Gerald Celente's Global Economic Forecast Outlook
The following set of videos show Gerald Celente's global economic forecast outlook, and touches on several reasons why people might consider preparedness and learning survival gardening.
This series of video interviews comes from The Alex Jones Show....