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Show #162
Host:
Marshall Masters
9-Nov-2014 [01:14:13]

How Our Global Power Grid Will Collapse and the Monsanto Plauges — Matthew Stein, Author

How Our Global Power Grid Will Collapse and the Monsanto Plauges  Matthew Stein, AuthorWith recent sun activity at disturbing levels, the bad news is that Earth is long overdue for a massive CME hit.

Worse yet, in this interview, you'll learn that our power grid and nuclear-power generating plants are vulnerable by design.

Frankly, we're living on borrowed time and when the worst happens, we can expect to see hundreds of Fukushima-like disasters worldwide. If that happens, the meek will not inherit the Earth. Rather, it will be cockroaches and jelly fish.

This according to Matthew Stein, the author of When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide for Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival and When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency.



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Likewise, if we do survive and find ourselves living on a canned and packaged food, we'll die from the Monsanto plagues just as fast as we die from the radiation. When you hear about how Monsanto is now poisoning our food for profit, you may fee the urge to join an organic food collective and toss out your processed food.

In the interview, Marshall also explains the new mission for Yowusa.com and the shift in his thinking about Planet X, from a threshold risk to a clear and present danger. It is why Yowusa.com is now shifting to survival wellness advocacy for those of you who accept your awareness as a calling and as Mathew Stein says, you're asking yourself, "what can I do to make myself useful?"