As the U.S. economy falls apart and as the world becomes increasingly
unstable, more Americans than ever are becoming "preppers". It is
estimated that there are at least two million preppers in the United
States today, but nobody really knows. The truth is that it is hard to
take a poll because a lot of preppers simply do not talk about their
preparations. Your neighbor could be storing up food in the garage or
in an extra bedroom and you might never even know it. An increasing
number of Americans are convinced that we are on the verge of some
really bad things happening. But will just storing up some extra food
and supplies be enough? What is going to happen if we see widespread
rioting in major U.S. cities like George Soros is predicting
? What is going to happen if the economy totally falls to pieces and our
city centers descend into anarchy like we saw in New Orleans during the
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina? In some major U.S. cities such as
Detroit, looting is already rampant
. There are some sections of Detroit where entire blocks of houses are
being slowly dismantled by thieves and stripped of anything valuable. Sadly, the economy is going to get a lot worse than it is at the
moment. So is now the time to move away from major U.S. cities? Should
preppers be seeking safer locations for themselves and their families? Those are legitimate questions.
According to a recent Gallup poll, satisfaction with the government is now at an all-time low. Americans are rapidly losing faith in virtually every major institution in society.
Anger and frustration are rising to very dangerous levels, and we are rapidly approaching a boiling point.