Steve Quayle & Greg Evensen on Hagmann & Hagmann Report
from Hagman & Hagman Report No police. No EMS. No utilities. You’re on your own. What are you going to do when the system collapses? There’s always someone who has long been wearing on you, constantly blabbing about “being prepared for the worst.” You’ve had just about all you can take of their constant yammering about hyper-inflation and bank closures, conspiracy nonsense about false flag attacks, and whatever this persistent bearer of incessant warnings is talking about. After all, your money is insured by the FDIC, the supermarket is full of fresh produce and aisles of food, gas prices are lower than they’ve been in years, employment is up according to the nightly news, and things are as normal as they’ve always been. That guy needs help, you think. Is he trying to sell me precious metals? He keeps telling me to prepare and protect my money, get food, water, and even a gun. What would I do with a gun? Why carry money – my debit card works fine. Food? The store is 3 minutes away, and it’s open 24 hours a day. What an idiot, you think, and as you look around, you actually begin to chuckle at his doomsday musings. Damn fool, just like on those “prepper” shows. He can’t scare me, these things won’t happen here, and even in the off chance they did, there would be plenty of notice. Or will there be?