Today’s preparedness thoughts from a Regular Joe;
I borrowed the title for this post from a fellow blogger’s blog title “Three Days to Anarchy”, which by the way has a really great post from April 2, ‘Civics 101′. If you get a little time after reading my post it check out.
I am sure that every time you go to fill the tank lately you notice what you are paying for gas. Next time check out the diesel fuel price if you are not using it. Every thing that you buy at the store gets there by truck, trucks that use diesel fuel.
You can expect the price of everything you buy to rise if the price of fuel stays high. But worse than that what if trucks stop running? In many parts of the country people in localized areas have experienced this for a short period of time. If you haven’t experienced it lately or never have, there are some statistics you might want to take into account when making preparedness plans.
The Economic Collapse is a great resource blog for a condensed view of what is happening in the world today. The following is an excerpt from their post “Read This First Before you Decide That Preppers Are Crazy”
A Timeline Showing the Deterioration of Major Industries Following a Truck Stoppage Read the rest of this entry