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Will The Trump Victory Influence Your Ongoing Preparedness?

November 9, 2016, by Ken Jorgustin


Leading up to the 2016 election there has certainly been a percentage of preparedness motivation from the fear/concern that the Clinton Cartel (along with the globalists) would put the proverbial final ‘nail in the coffin’ of America as knew it – and the ramifications thereof.

With that said, and with this morning’s Trump victory, I wonder how that will affect the ongoing motivation for those who had been especially concerned about an alternative universe with a Hillary victory… Will there be less concern now, and to what extent?

Or, are we still facing many of the same risks – even though ‘anti-establishment’ Trump has been elected? There are many questions yet to be answered…

Will the globalists just ‘go away’?
Will the (powers-that-be) ‘attack’ Trump?
Will the FED (and globalist banksters) trigger the ‘financial reset’?
What (if anything) might happen between now and Inauguration Day, Jan 20?
Will the Soros ‘agitators’ shake up the nation with social unrest?
Since Trump is an outsider (non-politician) will Washington’s politicians plot against him?

Or does a ‘President Trump’ victory signal a relaxing of risks that we’ve been preparing for?

In other words, although many Patriots, Nationalists, Constitutionalists, Independents, Republicans, (and others without ‘labels’ 😉 ) may be relieved this morning, will it affect (slow down) your preparedness, or shift it in any way?

My very general opinion is that some of the risks have certainly been put on the back-burner since Hillary will not be our next president. She had been promising to come after a number of our liberties & rights, and was certainly mongering for ‘war’ – and those immediate threats are apparently greatly diminished or no longer on the table (except the next few months).

However the various (major) risks associated with the financial condition of our nation and world have not changed, and it will be very difficult (if not impossible) to change that – regardless of our president. We are hemorrhaging debt all over, and at a rate which seems impossible to stop… We are still facing that monster.

Your thoughts?