This is yet another example of what we’ve been talking about for far too long…
Josh Sigurdson reports on the crisis in Puerto Rico as a series of earthquakes including a magnitude 6.6 hits the island as it still attempts to recover from hurricane Irma and Maria two years ago.
Once again electricity is down in a large portion of Puerto Rico and banks are incredibly inefficient making it difficult for people to access money. This is yet another example of what we’ve been talking about for far too long. People are forced into being dependent on the state for help when the state takes away abilities for people to be self sufficient. The state monopolizes electricity companies and power plants. The state restricts people from growing food and collecting water. People can’t access their money and this is why it’s so important to decentralize and learn to be self sufficient and independent as there’s nothing the state loves more than dependence.
Our thoughts are with the people of Puerto Rico as they face off once again against a natural disaster.
This should be a wake up call to the world.
Stay tuned as we continue reporting on these issues closely!