How to prepare your family to survive and thrive in todays uncertain world

American Bread and Circuses

As the GOP conventions move along, we’re rapidly reaching the height of crazy season. And unfortunately, crazy season will last pretty much all year this year.

Regardless of your political affiliations, I urge you to consider that no matter what happens, you must avoid getting distracted by the show. And show is what it is. Akin to the Roman bread and circuses.

The bottom line is that nobody out there is serious about the fundamental issues that face us today. And in many cases they are actively making things worse. Our fundamental freedoms are being eroded and our economic train continues to head for the cliff.

There will be all kinds of drama intended to distract us from things that are important. Don’t get distracted.

Keep focused on what is important for YOU and for your family. Keep focused on your preparedness goals. Make little steps every day.

Focus on your local community and improving things. MAke an effort to educate people in your neighborhood or in your town. Teach them. Don’t preach, just teach.

We’re in a culture war today, and the best way to win it is to take it one person at a time. You can’t change Washington DC. But you can change your neighborhood.

And if the SHTF, who is going to impact you most? Your neighbors will. Not DC.

So put your efforts and energy where it counts. And ignore the circus.

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3 Responses to American Bread and Circuses

  1. Thanks Rudy. We all want things to get better so bad, but each one of us has to finally realize that things just can’t get better. I just shake my head at the promieses of a balanced budget, strong military, and stable social security and medicare. The hole has been dug. Not just here but globally. There is no one talking truth and reality….because americans don’t want to hear about it.

    Indeed, putting your efforts in preparing with your family and neighbors is time and energy well spent. Thanks for the encouragement.