Social Collapse: Your Only Rights Are Those You Can Defend
Social Collapse: Your Only Rights Are Those You Can Defend by Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog
During the time period following a massive social societal collapse, law and order will break down. Some, most, or all of us may be living WROL (without rule of law) the extent of which may depend on where you live.
During this time of chaos, an individual will have rights only as long as he or she can defend them.
A devastating social collapse will smash your preconception of safety & security.
This is the subtle logic of violence. Your rights are those you can defend.
Most people may feel uncomfortable with this notion, however it’s something that you might inevitably face under collapse conditions. It’s best to understand this and prepare as necessary.
Most people have never had to defend themselves or their property and it will be difficult to grasp, understand, or accept the logic of violence. Criminals on the other hand, understand it fully.
Presently we live in a society that is quite visibly decaying into something less than orderly. While criminals are generally held in check by the police and justice system, there are obvious changes taking place before our eyes.
It feels like we have been and are being divided in irreconcilable ways that have become a danger to our societal fabric. There are organized and very well funded groups who are loudly proclaiming that they will be attacking us (physically) as they continue their attempted ‘take down’ of America as we once knew it. For those of you who’ve been following alt-news, you know the groups whom I speak of (and those who are behind them and supporting them).
Following a major social collapse the criminal element will be unleashed while the police become overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of it all. They will also be like the rest of us: concerned for their own security, their own families, their own homes and property…
Collapse will be worst in the cities (where martial law may be declared). Logically, less so in the suburbs, and even less in rural America. Though no one will be unaffected under such a scenario.