Every American has access to television, but our televisions are setup in such a fashion, you need a box to get channels. In other words, instead of it becoming easier and cheaper to watch tv, we've made it even more complicated so producers can get paid more. The more you pay, the more channels you can watch and we call this progression. Think now, what about in times of emergency, how does this help the people tv and tv programs were created to serve? How do we get the best information in a bunker?
Somebody said, if you need to think, it’s too late. For many of us everyday living is an emergency. Losing homes, failing on loans, expensive ass prices, poor quality products and services keeps us all suffering. But if you think this is tough, just keep reading.
There is being prepared and there is weathering an emergency. The key to weathering an emergency is being prepared.
Weathering an emergency is critical to survival, but how prepared are Americans? What do we do with things like waste while weathering?
Americans are feeling better about their job security and the economy, but most are theoretically only one paycheck away from being in the streets and what does this have to do with anything? If the people aren't prepared, what does that say about the rest of us?
Will the high income save the low income? Will the high income have a better chance of surviving? Are we really serious about any of the emergency preparedness bullshit?
What is the problem here? Is it the more Americans make the higher prices skyrocket? Is inflation driving prices or are people driving inflation? The social and economic power in American society is focused on money and not the ability of one human being to help another. Can money really save us in an emergency? In an emergency, citizens need to know what actions to take.
How often do we practice and do we know if our emergency facilities and resources can accommodate our citizens and for how long?
The survival of any emergency “should not” depend upon how much or how little any human being earns, but the fact he or she is a fellow human being and we do care.
In America, we designed our society to depend upon businesses and government, which are “after the fact” rather than real time. We have a wonderful emergency response service, but outrageously expensive.
Preparedness, such a simple step can save many more lives.
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