Stockpile food now…before it’s too late.

Is the Obama Administration chomping at the bit to declare a state of national emergency? You know, just to have fun with it and see how many more liberties it can take away from people, even if only temporarily? Well, it certainly seems that way.

The government is obviously gearing up for civil unrest. Why else would they stockpile hundreds of millions of bullets, assault rifles and armored vehicles? Basically, they are preparing for a crisis that will allow them to declare martial law. But I don’t think that “preparing” is exactly the right word here. It think it’s more like “anticipating” and maybe even “hoping for.”

The National Defense Resources Preparedness order, quietly signed a year ago, gives the executive branch the power to control food, water, energy, transportation…pretty much everything, as long as it claims that its actions are in the name of national security. It would all be perfectly legal.

This is all bad news, but the thing that really stands out to me is the control of food and water. You could survive for a while without electrical power and public transportation if you needed to, but having to be dependent upon the government for all the food and water your family requires would be a nightmare.

How is your personal food and water storage going? I’d like to hear your story about how you’ve prepared for an emergency. If you haven’t yet started this crucial activity, get on it now before it’s too late. And if your stored items are nearing their expiration dates, it’s time to replenish.


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