Roy Potter, a gentleman I’m not familiar with but who does a regular Sunday morning broadcast it appears, has military contacts who reveal that the military brass has advised junior officers to “get their house in order.”
He interprets that as a military signal to stock up for a disruption in the supply chain. He points to container ships being unable to unload, trains stopping, gas being $4 a gallon, etc., as indications of what’s coming.
He points to a repositioning of military assets not for a summer exercise but for other use.
The outcome of the drama has already been written.
But it wouldn’t hurt to get a jerry can of gasoline, some bottled water, some packaged food, etc. I have a portable camping stove and a supply of butane. Seems to be advisable. And I’m not a person who usually worries about these things….
Remember that, if the electricity goes off, even in daytime, you’ll need candles in rooms where sunshine doesn’t penetrate (my kitchen and bathroom). Cooking on electric stoves won’t be possible.
Thanks to Stephen Cook.
Military Urging Officers to “Get Their House in Order”