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If you can see that the world is at risk of facing a devastating economic and societal collapse, you know that getting ready before things start to spiral out of control is the best alternative to keep yourself protected when chaos takes over. If you have started prepping for a disaster, you might already have got the basic supplies covered. You’re probably aware of the importance of having canned foods, generators, and lighters in your stockpile. But when we think about survival, we must think long-term, and that includes having items you can barter later on to get other supplies you might need. We haven’t even experienced the worst of the ongoing global supply chain crisis yet and we’re already witnessing extensive shortages while the price of pretty much everything has started to soar. If you keep up with our channel, then you know the outlook for the foreseeable future isn’t looking good and shortages of several products are expected to persist for years, while the ravaging effects of inflation have just started to show on consumer prices.
Decades ago, experts predicted that the collapse of our civilization would occur before 2050, and a new study showed we’re right on track to see an irreversible collapse in production that will lead us to the end of the world as we know it. With all that said, we must get ready not only for an apocalyptic scenario but also for a paradigm shift – a reset in human relations, that will probably make us resume ancient habits, such as trading and bartering, especially if our power grid goes down and banking and credit card systems become unavailable, which seems possible, given the outstanding number of cyberattacks happening all across the planet right now. That’s why today, we gathered 35 survival items everyone will be looking for after an economic and societal collapse.
These are just some of the items people usually take for granted and forget to include in their pantries because they assume these products will always be available. However, an economic collapse can happen overnight and things can change incredibly fast, so it’s important to note the importance of everyday items and to have plenty of them around to keep us protected during an emergency. Never forget to take the advice of experienced preppers such as those with Urban Survival, Ask A Prepper, and Modern Survival Blog. Most importantly, pay attention to the events unfolding around you, because disasters can happen when we least expect. So, without further ado, we invite you to check out this list.”