If you ever wondered what life was really like in a post-collapse society, look no further than Venezuela.
Today, we’d like to share a first-hand report of everyday survival there:

Only weeks ago, the German government recommended that citizens prepare for a survival emergency.
Was an impending economic collapse triggered by Deutsche Bank and $100 Trillion in derivatives the reason why?

This article is not a debate about the different conspiracy theories surrounding the despicable attacks Friday in Paris.
If you are present during a terror attack, my opinions on the culprit don’t matter and neither do yours. 
All that matters in those minutes or hours is surviving.

The loss of vital documents can make it difficult to function in today’s society. Replacing documents is one of the first steps you’ll need to take. After a disaster, you’ll need identification, proof of citizenship, and proof of ownership before you can begin to rebuild your life.

It’s time to pay attention because this could go one of two ways:
This could just be a tremor before the Big One hits. The economic gurus at the Fed could find another way to kick the can a little bit further down the road, giving you more time to get your personal financial situaion under control.  Obviously, things just aren’t right, and you can consider this a warning bell.
This could be “it”…

There are very few people in the country that would remain completely unaffected in the event of a major cyber attack. Our economy, our utility grids, and our transportation systems are all heavily reliant upon computers. This makes us very vulnerable to such an attack.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

Monsanto-Man-Commiting-Suicide-EatingWill trade barriers in China and beyond reign in GMO corn’s grasp on American food?
The United States grows an absurd amount of corn, and more than 90% of that is genetically modified corn, which is then processed and put into foods and drinks of all kinds, particular in its most notorious form – as high fructose corn syrup, as well as dozens of other ingredients.
Now the cornerstone crop of GMO foods is facing new pressures, including a possible split between Big Agra corn producers like Cargill and Archer Daniels and the biotech companies that supply the GM seeds that these agri-giants cultivate.