Three Things That Doomsday Preppers Should Ask Themselves
Mac Slavo March 6th, 2013 SHTFplan.com
Daniel Ameduri (www.FutureMoneyTrends.com) has spent the last six years warning Americans about the coming economic collapse, signs to look for, and how to prepare. He is the producer of numerous micro documentaries seen by over five million people via his Vision Victory Youtube Channel and regularly hosts interviews with some of the world’s leading contrarian thinkers including G. Edward Griffin, Peter Schiff, Jim Rogers, John Williams and Doug Casey. In his latest message to viewers he discusses the three things preppers should be asking themselves.
1. What are you going to do with your wealth?
2. What are you going to do with your life?
3. Where do you draw the line?
Many of us expect a continued decline in our economy, depreciation of our currency and a significant shift in the world as we have come to know it. As a result, we’ve taken the time to prepare ourselves for any number of potential ‘events’ that could take down our power grid, leave our system of commerce at a standstill, and cause widespread civil unrest. We’re always preparing in one form or fashion. But one of our most important assets – our time – is often overlooked. And, rather than enjoying our lives, we may often delve so far down the rabbit hole that it’s hard to get back out. Daniel addresses this and other issues that preppers face, including the one question that is likely on the minds of many Americans:
Where am I going to draw the line?
This is the worst thing to possibly talk about. But it has to be said. Where are you going to draw the line? Start thinking about that now. I’m willing to allow the government to take roughly 35% to 40% of my income, because if I don’t allow them to do that I’m not going to be able to spend any more time with my wife and kids… I don’t like it. I think it’s wrong. I think they’re thieves. They’re bullies. But where is the line going to be drawn? Is it going to be drawn if they come to get my weapons? Think about that. If they come to get just your weapons, and you don’t know this is going on around nationally, likely most of you will give up your weapon.
However, if it’s on the news that they’re taking everybody’s weapons, that’s a game changer. That might be where everybody says ‘no, no’ this is enough. For some of you, you may be looking at me like I’m crazy saying ‘no way, if they knock on my door the only thing I’m going to surrender is the lead.’ … Are you going to draw the line when they tax you too much? Are you going to draw the line when they want to immunize your children without you giving them consent? Where are you going to draw the line? That’s a rough question.