Baltic energy turmoil

There are many learning opportunities to be gained from Russia's assault on Ukraine and from other political situations in the world today.  John flies solo today, looking at many principles we've discussed on the show over the years that are playing out now.  Reality becomes real, but not before utopians cause the loss of life and property.  The value of international guarantees is not too high.  Never choose someone to get you out of a situation when they were the one that got you into it.  An armed populace is a prepared populous.  There are many more Steel-isms included today.  A concerted effort is being waged to erode everything associated with Western civilization, including sovereignty, so beware the globalists who wish to bring it about.

Where are we heading? It's a question we like to visit often here at Steel on Steel. And who better to answer that question than our favorite futurist James Kunstler (kunstler.com)? He and John discuss many issues, including where resources and supply chains will be heading and how to prepare, where to locate should shortages happen, and the need for parallel societies – ones based not necessarily on political ideology but on need. They also look at the state of medicine today, which is a far cry from where it was pre-covid, and what medicine will look like once the covid narrative fades into obscurity. James breaks out his very realistic crystal ball on today's podcast.

Reuben Johnson: Simultaneous Global Crises

Broadcast Running Time: 39:31

John Loeffler

December 7, 2021

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Russia is not doing great. Neither is China. The U.S. isn't faring much better. What's going on around the world? Back with us to take a look is Ukraine-based defense expert Reuben Johnson. After examining Russia's buildup on Ukraine's border and possible imminent attack, he discusses Russia's impending economic disaster, China's demographic crisis – as well as ours, and how the majority of the world's superpowers are facing some sort of calamity. He also covers the importance of learning and understanding history so as not to repeat mistakes and move forward strategically and intelligently.