Mike Adams: Learn resilient prepping to survive Great Reset

Mike Adams: Learn resilient prepping to survive Great Reset

(Planet Today) The Health Ranger Mike Adams feels the Great Reset is happening and wants unsuspecting people not to be caught off-guard when the “war against humanity” and “engineered economic apocalypse” being waged by the globalists ravage the Earth.

There are luminous signs, the brightest of which is the vaccine-induced deaths and injuries. Then there’s the Russia-Ukraine conflict which could possibly trigger a nuclear war. Lumped with them are the broken supply chain, fuel and food shortages, hyperinflation, crops and livestock failure, and of late, anti-life protests and actions.

These aren’t doomsday scenarios; they are real-life and happening in real time. People are dropping and dying.

As of April 2, there are over 490 million confirmed Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, nearly 6.2 million deaths and more than six billion vaccine doses administered, according to Worldometer data tracking website.

Russia’s intrusion into Ukraine began on February 24 and the fighting is still raging between the bordering former Soviet Union republics.

What’s frightening is Russian President Vladimir Putin has his nuclear forces on alert “special regime of combat duty” status. It means he could order the destruction of Ukraine in a flash, which would then compel the U.S. and other North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member countries to retaliate, and there would be chaos.

In the aftermath of the lockdowns, travel restrictions and manpower shortage brought about by COVID-19, the distribution of goods and supplies incurred delays if not outright cancellations worldwide. Manufacturers either slowed down or cut production due to limited materials, leaving consumers waiting for their orders longer and contending with higher prices.

With China – specifically Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Jilin and the special administrative region Hong Kong – experiencing sporadic waves of COVID-19 cases and lockdowns, expect another manufacturing and trading slowdown as international ports remain clogged with undelivered goods.

Following the Western nations’ declaration of economic sanctions against Russia, the world’s second-highest exporter of crude oil retaliated by cutting off its supply, causing a spike in the valuable commodity prices as reserves dwindled. Russia is also the world’s biggest exporter of fertilizer, and together with Ukraine account for more than 25 percent of the world’s wheat, so their prolonged confrontation is affecting food production as well as the prices of bread, pasta and packed goods.

Whenever fuel and food prices go up, other items invariably follow, driving up inflation in the U.S. to record highs in four decades with chances of exceeding 10 percent. Already there are reports of crop failures like coffee in Brazil, potatoes in Belgium and peas in Canada, plus, of course, the wheat in Ukraine because of fertilizer shortage, weather disturbances and intentional destruction.

The sprouting of billboards in Portland, Oregon urging residents to “Stop Having Kids,” the World Health Organization’s call for an end to abortion restrictions and its decriminalization, as well as a California bill that could legalize infanticide for up to 24 months after birth are proofs of utter disregard for human life.

Creation of a New World Order by global elites

Adams, the founder of NaturalNews.com and Brighteon.com, is well-versed with these issues and knows where they’re being funneled through – depopulation and the creation of a New World Order by the global elites. But the world has transformed since World War II, when the U.S. was the bastion of power, the major manufacturer of cars, planes, ships, televisions, refrigerators, steel, clothing and many more.

China now corners nearly one-quarter of manufactured items, with fellow Asian giants Japan and South Korea also getting substantial shares.

The minerals and the fertilizers come from Belarus, Ukraine, Russia and in South America while other countries have their own contributions to the global supply chain through international trading.

When it flows naturally, the system is efficient and the whole world benefits, according to Adams. But there will be complications once a disruption like the Russian invasion occurs and the West responds with economic sanctions.

Russia will protect its interests, of course, and so will Ukraine, and even other nations not directly involved in the confrontation.

And the truth is, this situation is actually an uncharted territory for civilization and not even the power-wielders, the bankers, economists and think tanks could be certain of the final outcome.

Adams believes the complex societies, the First World high-tech countries, will be “very vulnerable to collapse” under such a setting, with the low-tech, poor nations, used to isolation, deprivation and basic living, likely to survive.

Citing the Indians in Peru, people who live in the Andes Mountains, the wilderness of Central and South America and the jungles of Papua New Guinea and Southeast Asia, Adams said “they have very high levels of redundancy and resiliency” and are going to be fine because “they’ve already learned to live in that system.”

It is the people who are used to the internet, technology, electricity, remote controls, online transactions and door-to-door delivery, who will suffer the most.

When the power grid goes down and food becomes scarce, they will panic and, most likely, a violent reaction will follow.

There will be widespread hoarding, looting, rioting and a mass die-off, Adams warned.

That’s why Adams wants to help save lives.

Apart from his daily situation update podcasts, Adams has recorded a new nine-hour audiobook called the “Global Reset Survival Guide,” detailing how people, especially the pampered high-tech lot, can cope with such a grim setting through resilient prepping. It can be downloaded for free by subscribing to the NaturalNews.com email newsletter, which is also free.

According to Adams, if society collapses, eventually, all technology collapses with it. And in such a state, the world can only support between one and two billion people. Since the current population is 7.9 billion, the majority is bound to die in such a scneario, with the remnants likely to be “those who learn how to live without modern technology.”

Follow Preparedness.news for more tips on how to prepare for economic collapse.

Watch the Health Ranger Mike Adams discuss how economic nationalism and food protectionism spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will starve the world.

This video is from the Health Ranger Report channel on Brighteon.com.

(Article by Roy Green republished from Citizens.news)

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