Prepping 2.0 – What Comes Next?

It’s a question I keep asking myself. However you look at current events – their cause or validity – one thing should be clear, we are in a state of massive change in our lives. 2020 will remain in my mind as the year everything changed, but the reality for me is that we are on a path that started a long time ago. What’s the next step?

For various reasons we gave up freedom in the name of public safety, but it was dictated to us and still thrives in the spirit of fear. We’ve allowed regional leaders to unconstitutionally control our lives, and I’m afraid that’s just the beginning. It was a test and an even more draconian application will be required for the next phase.

But what will it be?

Preparing for the future

For me, preparedness has always meant taking steps to protect my family from the invisible disasters of our lives. A natural part of the preparation process is to consider and prepare for the most likely events that may occur.

Any history can be possessed by the loss of a job or a natural disaster. This happens to countless people every year without a contingency plan. Those planning these events logically follow the most likely scenario first. If you are prepared for the most likely scenarios, you will be prepared to some extent for unlikely scenarios.

If you can prepare for the most likely scenarios, you will also be prepared to some extent for unlikely scenarios.

For years I have tried to convey this simple truth to the readers of the Prepper Journal, and I think we have succeeded. One only has to look around to see that many people see the need for preparedness and the desirability of having supplies, resources and skills to deal with these common disasters, but as I said in my last article, this is only a starting point. We cannot limit ourselves to the minimum necessary, and even a one-year supply may not be enough.

I am more and more afraid that we are going down a road that many will consider a disaster, but that we will blindly continue without realizing that we are the same frog in a boiling cauldron. The next event will almost certainly be worse than this COVID pandemic in terms of loss of life, changes in our society and in our way of life. I believe events are orchestrated in some way and we are the subject of it. It is not yet known if it is a byproduct of this pandemic or something that happened before the pandemic. Either way, the effects are oddly similar to other projects that have been done before.

The restrictions we see now will not be completely lifted, they will be increased, I think. Why? Won’t the new vaccine solve everything? No. Could it have been worse? Yes. Even WHO admits what most reasonable people already know, that it’s not necessarily a big problem.

And I will say one thing, and this may shock people, this pandemic was very serious. It has spread very quickly around the world and has touched every corner of the globe. But that’s not necessarily a big problem. This virus is highly communicable, it kills people and it has robbed so many people of their loved ones. But currently, the mortality rate is quite low compared to other emerging diseases. It’s a red flag. We are now learning how to do things better, how to do science better, how to do logistics better, how to learn better, how to manage better, how to communicate better. As a result, we have developed a whole new science in infomediology and advanced behavioral science.

Dr. Mike Ryan.

He also says that even with a vaccine, the likely scenario is that the virus becomes another endemic virus that remains some kind of threat.

If the threat that everyone has used to justify their actions does not go away, why should they undo their actions? But what could be the next threat? What’s the next step? Could it be an even worse virus? Maybe, but I think they have other plans for us. This ongoing event allows them to learn how we work and how we can improve governance. The next event will build on what they learned this year, I think it makes a lot of sense.

What is a Cyberpandemic?

Based on the events of this year, it seems that some things are true. First, we are all much more dependent on technology. Personally, I need it to work, to write and share this blog, to get paid by my employer and to connect with the people I work with. We need technology to stay connected, to shop, some need it to run errands, to tell us where to go. Our dependence on technology is not going away, it has grown and will only grow.

The other thing is true, and this is what some entities get for determining what is true and what can be said. Facebook, Twitter and Google simply check the facts of a few articles, censor language they deem inaccurate or untrue, and silence voices on their platforms if they don’t like what they say.

Freedom of speech is not free if you can only say what someone wants you to say. In addition to these platforms, there are several options you can use, and nothing is stopping anyone from creating a new Facebook or a better Google. However, full control cannot be achieved without full ownership of all systems. Think about what a large Chinese firewall in the United States would look like.

The cyber pandemic could be the next thing to hit us and completely change the systems we use now. An example of the cause of a cyber pandemic would be a global computer virus that would destroy the entire internet or render many devices unusable.

The only way to stop the exponential spread of cyber-COVID would be to completely disconnect all vulnerable devices from each other and from the Internet to prevent infection. The entire world could experience cybernetic lockdown until a digital vaccine is developed. All business contacts and data transfers are blocked. Social contacts are reduced to people who can be reached through personal visits, fixed copper telephone lines, mail or shortwave radio.

This new controlled response to this reality will seemingly be a greater invasion of your privacy, but it will be necessary for the security of our country. Digital 9/11. You may not see it, but the World Economic Forum does.

How do you prepare for the next time?

It is important to point out that there are events for which we can prepare and for which we need resources that we would normally drop in the event of a natural disaster and that we can postpone until the emergency occurs. The common features are food, water, shelter and security. If you’re ready to lose your job, you can hold onto cash, sell stocks or property to make up for the loss of income. They have certain social protection mechanisms.

The accident has no end. It has a beginning and an end. If you’ve been through a hurricane, you can make the cleanup and recovery process easier when you’re ready. Perhaps you moved into your home and stored supplies further inland, where you and your family waited for the storm to pass, because you were watching it and ready to leave a few days before it came. These are the types of events that precursors can acquire or program.

There are other events we can’t prepare for with resources, so we can’t buy anything in advance. All the bullets and footpads in the world won’t protect you in some situations. What you can do is observe and explore, at least for now. You can do your own fact-checking. It will be easier to prepare for this, and you will want to have options and information on your side.

How do you prepare for a month of internet downtime?

  • Will all purchases stop or will certain brands still be deemed necessary online? (Amazon and Walmart) Even if this were the case, UPS and FedEx systems use the Internet to deliver them – assuming they are equally important.
  • Is all the news being covered up and only the government being informed? (Ministry of Truth)
  • How’d you work? Yes, many people still go to work, but I guarantee the internet is essential to running their business.
  • How would you pay the bills? – Could there be some sort of deferred payment of the debt?
  • What are the implications of this for banks? Can cash withdrawals be restricted?

This is just the tip of the iceberg. It would be extremely difficult to prepare for such an event. Yes, you can take a few steps. You could have money on hand, you could have a ham radio to talk to people remotely, but for much of the world that would be crippling. Do you think the suicide rate is high now?

I don’t want to end on a negative note, because I try to write articles that propose solutions. I was stunned by that. I think something of this magnitude would lead to widespread panic and violence. I saw martial law declared. I could even imagine UN troops in some major cities reducing violence – partly because we said the police should be disbanded – another curious artifact of this year….. Coincidence?

Let me say this to everyone who has prepared so far. Keep doing what you’re doing, but look outside the box. Think about what would happen in less likely circumstances. Imagine scenarios a little crazier because you have to think about what you should do to protect your family. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that no one knows what will happen next.

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