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Episode-515- An Interview with Chris Martenson – Author of The Crash Course

Chris Martenson Author of The Crash Course Today on The Survival Podcast we are fortunate to have with us as a guest Chris Martenson who is the creator of “The Crash Course”. Crash Course is an incredible look at our global population and resources that we require as a population.

The Crash Course is definitely not “feel good” viewing but I think every American should see it and after we visit with Chris today I am sure you are going to want to check it out, perhaps even watch it again if like many listeners you have already watched it before.

Join Chris and I today as we discuss…

  • What is “The Crash Course and what is its message?
  • Why is population growth itself a potential disaster?
  • Which resources will first feel population driven shortages?
  • Why are we on course for an energy shortage soon?
  • Why more oil, gas, alternative, nuclear etc. isn’t enough?
  • What are the biggest pending dangers to our economy?
  • How is money loaned into existence?
  • What is meant by primary, secondary and “third order” wealth?
  • What does it mean to become “resilient”?
  • Why is community important for preppers?
  • What are some methods of individual energy independence?
  • What are some easy methods of food and water storage?
  • Why is growing your own food so important?
  • Why does it make sense to invest in productive land?

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Episode-220- 9 Underrated Global Threats

Today we take a look at 9 underrated threats, I refer to them as underrated because they don’t really get discussed in main stream media or when they are discussed no deep understanding of them, their historical significance or their interconnected nature.

Today we discuss the following threats and what they might mean to use in the future.

  • China’s move to create a “big ten” and own the global automotive industry
  • Europe’s massive immigration problems
  • The effect of Monsanto and other agricultural giants imposing seed patents in third world nations
  • The fact that China and Russia have been buying up gold this year
  • China’s big move in buying up contracts on exports, natural resources, mining companies, manufacturing facilities and more
  • The depletion of global fossil aquifers
  • China’s move to basically own Africa and why they could very well pull it off
  • The global tax system based on the Global Warming Scam
  • How an economic recovery at the wrong time could long term be a huge threat to the US and Western Europe

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