The news has been terrifying.
Chinese officials claiming bodies should be cremated quickly without funerals, to avoid spreading infection.
The World Health Organization declaring a global health emergency.
Surgical masks selling out in the UK, because people are terrified the virus has come to their country.
And the first cases appearing here in the United States, indicating the coronavirus is spreading here.
But as worrying as all that is, there is another infection, a WORSE infection, that is threatening us right now.
All it takes is for that, PLUS fears of coronavirus, to COLLAPSE our economy – even for just a few weeks…
…and you won’t believe how many people ALREADY have it!
15 Million People Are ALREADY Infected!
See, there’s a ‘coronavirus’ style threat that the news ISN’T talking about.
CNN reported just last week that 19 million people are infected so far this year, and the threat is spreading from state to state.
That’s right: While everybody’s worrying about coronavirus (and they should be), the flu is already killing people in the United States.
It just doesn’t rate the news, because people don’t think of “the flu” as the deadly threat it really is.
This season alone, the flu has killed 10,000 people in the United States.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases predicts that this flu season will be the worst one in a decade, and at least 140,000 people have already been hospitalized with flu complications.
That number is only going to go up before this flu season is over!
So, why does that matter?
Because if the flu season gets bad enough – and COMBINED with the threat of coronavirus in the United States – we could experience a supply chain collapse.
And no one is talking about this!
A short-term (or even long-term) “collapse” doesn’t usually happen in one giant THUD that wipes everything out in an instant.
Instead, it goes down as a chain-reaction that can be caused by any triggering event.
When any of these very real events are triggered, they will cause a domino effect that will have a very predictable outcome.
All you need is a “trigger event” – and, let me tell you, friend, a record flu season, coupled with the coronavirus breaking out in the US, is one HELL of a trigger.
(The Centers For Disease Control – the CDC – has been trying to warn us for years that we’re LONG overdue for a deadly pandemic!)
Diseases can spread very quickly across the country through long-distance transportation such as by people using airplanes, trains and even long-distance truck-drivers delivering goods!
Since truckers often stop in the same locations as other truckers for rest, food, re-fueling, and resupply, all it would take is just a few truck-drivers exposed to the coronavirus (or a medicine-resistant strain of the flu) to rapidly spread these diseases throughout the entire trucking industry.
(In fact, I’m ALREADY hearing rumors about Chinese suppliers of consumer goods halting production “temporarily” while the coronavirus has everyone in China afraid! )
Even business are closing doors.
Major fast-food chains and retailers in China are shutting their doors as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread.
Now here’s where things get really scary.
You see, most people don’t realize just how dependent we are on our nation’s truck drivers.
Our entire trucking system is part of our nation’s critical underlying infrastructure that supplies every single household and business with all the things we take for granted, such as food, water, medicines, fuel, repair parts, etc.
Once things start to collapse, it will take only 3 days to go from calm to CHAOS.
There’s way more to this type of chain-reaction collapse than I can cover here.
See, there are LOTS of “triggering events” that can disrupt every town’s supply chain and send our entire infrastructure into a tailspin, turning everyday folks into hungry, desperate “refugees” forced to fend for themselves and their families.
This is why YOU need to be the most prepared person on your block in order to protect yourself and those you love from the dangers that your neighbors don’t even realize are out there.
Get prepared now while there’s time.
Prepare. Train. Survive.
Start now to make sure you are staying prepared.