While strong images come to mind, the purpose is to jar some people out of their inaction and into action before it is too late.Preppers are good people and care much about those around them, and unless something does jar those around them that choose not to prep, their own survival chances could be reduced.
A personal economic meltdown is confined to the individual or family, or at worst a few families.
The human civilization remains intact and so do society’s safety nets.
They have the money to do so, but just don’t want to.
Many have only seen what happens to non-preppers on TV, but it still doesn’t make an impact.
They are no longer able to pay most or any of their bills.
Many have to humiliatingly turn to others for help to pay for food, or worse, to obtain old, unhealthy and poor tasting food from locally funded food banks. Many have been evicted from their homes and have uprooted their families to live either on the street, in tent cities, with relatives, or have been forced to live at homeless shelters, They’ve have had their vehicles repossessed, or simply can’t afford the gasoline anymore.Their living conditions often make it difficult, if not impossible, to look presentable for job interviews.For many, the life of stability they knew just a short while ago is gone, replaced with fear and a constant stress to the point of nervous breakdown.Editor’s Note: You have no doubt had your own set of issues dealing with friends and family members that simply don’t see the writing on the wall.The following article may serve to assist you in convincing those who simply don’t know, don’t want to know, don’t care, or have never even thought to contemplate.For every bit of food, water, ammunition, or supplies you sacrifice to the non-prepper, the fewer irreplaceable supplies are left for you and your family in a crisis situation.