In the following episode of "Breaking Point: Energy Collapse" from Brighteon.com, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reveals the crucial importance of energy for life as we currently know it. Without energy, we all go back to the Dark Ages in an instant.
"The world's economic activity is powered by energy," Adams explains. "And without affordable and abundant energy, the world that we know, with all the conveniences of abundant food, easy transportation, and readily available consumer goods, will simply cease to exist."
"Modern civilization cannot function without reliable, scalable, readily available energy. And while fusion energy is the future, today's reliable energy source is found in fossil fuels ¬– not solar, wind, or other 'green' solutions that simply do not work in cold weather, cloudy weather, cold weather, or night."
(Related: Check out this report to learn more about Europe's energy crisis, which was self-induced both with its "green" policies and anti-Russia policies.)
The idea that windmills, solar panels, and the latest electric vehicle (EV) models are enough to keep the world moving while still being "clean" and "green" is laughably shortsighted and woefully misguided, the episode reveals.
Earth-based fuels (i.e., oil, gas, and coal) are reliable, limitless, and contrary to leftist belief clean when considering their overall outputs. And truth be told, so-called "green" energy would not even be possible without them – because how do you think lithium batteries are made?
In order to manufacture windmills, solar panels, and EV batteries, a lot of earth-based fuels are required – which is something the "greenies" never tell you. Even so, the green agenda has all but completely taken hold throughout the West, which is certain to be a major contributing factor in the West's inevitable downfall.
"What better way to hit people than through food shortages and skyrocketing energy prices, rolling blackouts – this is all happening and there is no doubt in my mind that this is leading to a global event that is going to rattle people beyond their ability to cope," warns Gregory Mannarino, the "Robin Hood of Wall Street."
"I would be willing to bet that the people who are going to be taken by surprise – whoever is left – will be middle class."
The "rich," who have a lot of fiat and assets – but who are poor in spirit, just to be clear – think they are prepared for what comes next. In truth, nobody is prepared for what is coming because it will be so grand in scope that it is almost unfathomable.
Right now, we are witnessing and experiencing what you might describe as the early stages of the energy collapse. The house of cards is shaking but it has yet to really start falling, which is why the situation in the West, at least, is still relatively "normal" – but this is about to change.
"It's going to get really bad," says JD Rucker, the editor-in-chief of the NOQ Report. "And not because we don't have enough energy available. It's because we don't have the right people putting the energy out there, and because we don't have the right infrastructure to make sure everybody gets it."
Be sure to watch the above episode in full so you have a more solid understanding of the situation and its severity, and prepare accordingly.
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