Cyber Attack Shreds Stock Market Records
EMP Fries Computers Nationwide
Banks Fail—Economy Collapses
Oil Imports Cut Off
Trucks Stop Rolling
Electricity to be Cut Off
Grocery Shelves Empty
Mob Pillages Subdivison
Martial Law Ineffective. . .
It’s a wonder you ever get to sleep.
Most of us just can’t imagine anything like this. Not in America. We don’t want to even think about it.
And so we do nothing. Or at most, we buy a case of beanie-weenies on sale.
Would it make a difference if you could glimpse into the future and see what it might be like?
Master teacher and social scientist George J. Downing has done just that for us. Reaching into the future for the stories of 28 ordinary people living in extraordinary times, he brings them to life. You’ll come to like them—even love some of them. You’ll be able to relate to their experiences and think about how you might react.
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“Gripping. . . masterful imagery puts you right in the scene.”
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“I don’t read many books, especially long books, and almost never fiction. But the pages are so open and the stories so conversational you almost feel the people are talking right to you.”
“I wish there were a Summertown. I want to live there.”
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“Armageddon with a touch of humor? That’s a good trick.”
“More, more! What happens next? There’s got to be a sequel.”
“There’s a lot of violence, but I guess that’s the norm in a collapse. Still, it’s presented so carefully it doesn’t rile you up. I wouldn’t mind for my children to read it.”
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“They’re great stories, but beyond that I’m surprised at how much I’ve learned about people, about life, about myself.”
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“What Insiders are Saying”
“Naked ambition and political cowardice have sentenced our once-great nation to an economic Armageddon of biblical proportions. . . ” —Martin D. Weiss, PhD, “Money and Markets”
“Only government can take perfectly good paper, cover it with good ink, and make the combination worthless.” —Milton Friedman, “Money Mischief”
“Triggers for collapse are rooted in irregular, catastrophic, and hybrid threats of purpose and context. . . Criminals and pop-up militias are likely to carve out new, defensible spheres of influence from pieces of the fallen state.” —Nathan P. Freier, “Known Unknowns” (white paper), Strategic Studies Institute
“The real turmoil will begin [with] rising crime, class warfare, corruption, black [market] economy, censorship, war, protests/riots. . . I’m not talking about the end of the world here, I’m talking about difficult times ahead, and the things that go beyond economics. Its time to face facts and look at how society will change (and has already changed)” —Simon Black, “Business Insider”
“In Greece today, the people want their government to fulfill all its promises for pensions and wages. The problem is, the promises were too big, and now Greece is broke. There is no money to pay for the promises. . . The story in the US is the same.” —Steve Sjuggerud, PhD, “True Wealth”
“Over the past several decades, some very alarming long-term economic trends have developed that are absolutely destroying the economy. If dramatic changes are not made soon, a complete and total economic collapse will be unavoidable.” —Michael Snyder, ‘The Economic Collapse,’ “Business Insider”
“The noose is tightening on your organization [The Federal Reserve]. Vast amounts of money printing are now required to keep your manipulated economy afloat. It will ultimately result in huge price inflation, or, if you stop printing, another massive economic crash will occur. There is no other way out.” —Robert Wenzel, Editor and Publisher, “Economic Policy Journal,” in a speech before the New York Federal Reserve, April 25, 2012
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