Comment: no, often the 'average person' doesn't want to know the . . .

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no, often the 'average person' doesn't want to know the . . .

truth. Sadly.

That doesn't mean that *you* should avoid finding out what is really happening.

I can assure that many reasonable, well-educated people have looked into these various scenarios and are preparing for POSSIBLE calamities. That is an intelligent thing to do. Don't let anyone tell you that preparation for POSSIBLE adversity is a bad thing to do--

this is only one scenario, but there is evidence that there are those who would like this to happen. That doesn't mean it has to happen; one of the reasons many of *us* work so hard to get the liberty message out is that *we* believe the worst is preventable.

There could still be an economic crash, and Dr. Paul has predicted that as well. Why not be prepared? There is nothing to lose. Having a garden and buying food to store in bulk is a good way to live; nothing need be wasted. Call it an investment or a hedge against inflation, like buying gold/silver.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--