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Oct 9, 2010

Ferfal IS... the INconvenient Truth. Within the realm of possibility is the scenario where chaos erupts and social unrest leads to a violent chain of events. Also within the realm of possibility is the scenario where very little happens and crime just ticks up just a bit. Nobody knows the future and everyone's view of what will happen are mere probabilities at the moment (although some probabilities have much higher chances of being realized).

In this podcast I lay the groundwork for why I think we will suffer a collapse of some sort, either a big or small one. Then we delve into what happens, how to prepare, what being 'one minute too late' means, and other topics. It was a great discussion and I welcome everyones input as to what they think will happen and why.

Ferfal's book Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse which has a rating of 4.5 Stars on Amazon.com

 

You can email at twobeerswithsteve(at)hotmail.com, replace the (at) with an @ when emailing, this is my way of averting thousands of spam emails.

9 Comments
  • over three years ago
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  • over three years ago
    Woods
    Evnyeore would benefit from reading this post
  • over three years ago
    Ebone
    lets join hands togather all of hinuds to save Dharma and conversations from YSR Congress as cristianity.Lakhs of People has been converted by Anil Kumar Hindus as cristianity Chala papam chesaru working as under ground mafia. maximum villages are reached 30% Cristianity plz save the state and the nation from this blade Y.S.Family now sharmila started Pada yatra with carrying of Bible atomatically people attrack with there hipnosis words and cristianity will rised to 40% to 50% cristianity in villages. Chudandi Y.S.Vijayamma garu meru kattukunna saree hindu tradition meeru pattukunna bottu hindu Tradition yendukuamma meru hinduvulani mosamchestharu lakshaladimandi hindu vulani cristianity ga marchina meru me alludu Anil kumar chala papam chesthunaru.Plz Note : Y.S.Family has not visiting our temples with heartly (manasulo varu saithan dhaghariki vacham anukuntunaru and saying to jesus on his prayers for visiting hindu Temples)plz stop to visit our temples other wise we have to make suddhi after visit of Adharma People Temples are using as a political Drama and acting.Mokka ga thunchanidhi manu ga thunchalemu.
  • almost six years ago
    Luke
    Steve I hear comments on other sites too from men who's wife's won't allow them to buy a gun. I agree with what I think Ferfal was getting at, just buy it. Once you start asking permission on what you can buy you've already lost.
  • almost six years ago
    Kurt
    Happy birthday Steve! It\'s been a looong day brother.
    Look forward to sharing a beer with you...again.
    Finally, a like minded individual within the group.
    See you @ Rips getting ripped!
    All the best
  • almost six years ago
    Bill
    Given the complex layering of the American economy, the predicted downward spiral is likely to have vastly incongruent consequences for the public at large. It seems to reason that when resources are scarce, those connected to “the system” - i.e., those in government, law enforcement and big business, etc., will still be able to avail themselves to the the basic staples of modern life. The average Joe, however, could very well find himself in a hand-to-mouth situation.

    Steve, I found your riveting program after you were interviewed by Jack Spirko (The Survival Podcast). I listen to Spirko because he is both brilliant and entertaining. His basic preparedness tenants are out of my reach, however, since I live in a densely populated city and I will have no access to sustenance farming, propane reserves, and the other accoutrements of the rural but-out lifestyle.

    Quite frankly, when listening to Spirko I have always has a similar view as Ferfal regarding the vulnerability of Spirko’s recommended isolation. Doesn’t it make more sense to plug yourself in tighter and closer to “the system” when the chips are down rather than to follow Spirko’s advice of removing yourself from it? Although the social welfare net and the spoils of a modern economy may vastly shrink, the true survivalists will be those individuals who figure out how to keep themselves closely fixed to “the system.”
  • almost six years ago
    ghpacific
    The Markets, check out http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/argentinas-economic-collapse/ for a pretty good background on the privatization of public companies and who profited.
  • almost six years ago
    ghpacific
    Another sobering interview with Ferfal. The reason I like Ferfal and Stoneleigh are because they both see social and infrastructure collapse as complex, slow processes that affect different parts of the country differently. That actually gives me a sense of relief. Everything won\'t crash all at once completely across the country. (I remember actually continuing to work on some cellular infrastructure projects in California while we watched 9/11 happen in real time on a small tv I brought to work and going back to normal life by the next day.) If you listen to some doomsters and survivalists, they say we\'re going to go over a cliff in one fell swoop, so oddly, I am refreshed to hear otherwise, even though the downward direction is definitely unavoidable. Can\'t wait to hear the next installment. Would also like to hear some of your background too. Read that you were in the military, what type of work you do now, etc. Cheers.
  • almost six years ago
    The Markets
    Excellent interviews. I would like to know how the Argentinian stock market fared in the Argentinian collapse and what happened to investment accounts - were they seized?

    What about Argentinian bonds? Where those seized as well?

    Thx