posted on Aug, 20 2016 @ 02:21 AM
a reply to: Puppytoven
First of all, no plan which focuses on one specific catastrophe over another exclusively is not going to be very good, which is why good plans have
contingencies built in which cover a large number of potential threats at once.
Furthermore, something may well be coming in the US, but unfortunately, due to some deeply questionable DNC practices, and the outright ignorance of
a huge cross section of the voter base, the thing that is coming will, likely as not, be negative. But realistically speaking, I do not believe that
the majority will turn on one another when something really world changing happens in the US. I believe you will see strangers helping strangers,
random nobodies standing up and being somebodies when it counts. Look at what happened during 9/11. That day was the most chaotic day that the US has
experienced in generations.
Shock, horror, sorrow, calamity...one could easily have believed that it was the end of the world from the pictures and video that were shot on the
day, and yet people were not running at each other, determined to knife one another for their small change, or beat one another to death for a set of
car keys. You saw office workers pulling co workers out of buildings, you saw random passers by helping to extract the wounded, calm the terrified,
lift debris out of the way. People came together under the most trying circumstances, because they knew that if they did not, much more than had
already been lost, was bound to blow away like so much concrete dust on a stiff breeze.
A pesky election and one or another absolute lemon of a president are not going to be able to turn people such as those outlined above, into rabid
animals, hell bent on slaying everything that stands between them and a steak for the grill.