CROSSROADS: Which Lifeboat Will You Choose? – By Charles Hugh Smith — RIELPOLITIK

Source – oftwominds.com “…The boats I would avoid are those with wealthy, powerful people who confuse their position and wealth with competence….Boats filled with self-important, self-absorbed people I would avoid as death traps….I would look for a boat with low-key individuals with high situational awareness and experience in responding to crises and danger. Combat veterans […]

CROSSROADS: Which Lifeboat Will You Choose? – By Charles Hugh Smith — RIELPOLITIK

Boats filled with self-important, self-absorbed people I would avoid as death traps. I would also avoid boats with do-gooders / would-be saints whose motivation (above self-preservation, until it’s too late) is to defend the rights of the weak as the most important principle, even in life-and-death circumstances. These types are especially dangerous because their life experience is that Somebody Will Rescue Us. They thus conclude we can devote asymmetric resources to the weakest because Somebody Will Rescue Us.”

Author: KenshoHomestead

Creatively working toward self-sufficiency on the land.

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