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Shocking Video Shows What Everyday Life Is Like In Puerto Rico Now

Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, In Puerto Rico, everything has changed since Hurricane Maria struck nearly 3 months ago. Many people have no running water. And if they do, it can’t be consumed without boiling. There’s no electricity in many regions. Supplies are scarce. I’ve written about the SHTF aftermath in […]

Puerto Rican Mayors Investigated For Hoarding Supplies For “Constituents Who Voted For Them”

Over the past couple of weeks, President Trump has taken a beating in the mainstream media for, among other things, suggesting that the mayor of San Juan had politicized federal disaster relief efforts in response to Hurricane Maria and that it was, in fact, local mayors and residents who were failing to help the recovery […]

Dramatic “Before And After” Photos Show Puerto Rico’s Plunge Into Darkness

It’s been a week since Hurricane Maria made landfall in eastern Puerto Rico, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans living in remote villages remain cut off from the world, after the storm trashed power grids, tore up roads, downed cell towers and caused a dam in the northwestern part of the island to fail, […]

Where There’s [Almost] “Blood In The Streets” In America Today…

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, In the spring of 1871 after a miserable defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, Paris plunged into a major crisis as local citizens revolted against the government. Financial markets went berserk as a result, and the prices of French government bonds plummeted. There’s an old story that an heir to […]

Puerto Rico’s Population Drain Since 2013 Equivalent To US Losing 20 Million People

Puerto Rico’s economic decline and, now bankruptcy, has triggered an astonishing exodus as thousands flee the commonwealth in search of economic opportunity in the Continental US, Bloomberg reported. The population has been declining rapidly. The island has lost 2 percent of its people in each of the past three years, a comparable departure in the […]