You're not suggesting going underground while your neighbors continue to participate in a functional society. You're just speculating whether it's reasonable to take on debt when you suspect future events might prevent payback. And the answer is, of course, yes it is perfectly ethical to take out these loans.
If one loads up on affordable debt for the purpose of buying survival materials to protect one's family, and it turns out that eventual payback is overcome by world events, how is that possibly stealing, or even unethical?
As long as you don't walk away from the debt by fraud or bankruptcy, and continue to pay off the loans per the loan agreement as long as you are able--but then the debt walks away from you by circumstances outside your control--you've been wise and moral in your actions.
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