In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, the world is pretty much in SHTF mode, or at least close to it. Israel is in a hot war with Iran-back Hamas terrorists, inflation is going berserk, and seven southeastern states have entered into emergency status because of fuel shortages caused the hacked Colonial pipeline.
Wait, you’re telling me that a computer hack essentially paralyzed all fuel transport to seven states and as a result gas stations ran out of fuel within days!?
Yes, that’s exactly what happened, and it all occurred because of “supposed” Russian-based hackers who placed some malware on the Colonial’s operating system.
If this isn’t a massive wake-up call causing America to pay attention, then I don’t know what is.
If hackers can shut down fuel for seven states, what’s to keep them from shutting down fuel to ALL states? And where does it stop? Fuel? Nope. What about hospitals, electrical grids, shipping companies, universities, etc? This is a reality, folks. This is the world we live in, and if you ask me, it’s a world of war. Sadly.
Make no mistake: shutting down the Colonial pipeline should be considered an overt act of war.
Now, let’s buckle our seatbelts, because I sense more trouble on the horizon. If you want a little advice, I highly recommend that you get in the habit of keeping your car’s fuel tank topped off DAILY and be sure to have the rest of your prepper supplies topped-off.