The end of the beginning, Stages of collapse

Based on the movie the road, how do we get there. Thoughts on how an economic collapse would play out. Blog TV with MrLockandLoad on Saturday

25 Comments on "The end of the beginning, Stages of collapse"

  1. ExposeZionistCrimes | June 19, 2010 at 1:52 am |

    Its all going to depend where you live. Look at how NO was when the system broke down, and then compare it to how Nashville was, and how they all worked together.

  2. @Clarissa2424 Banks are sitting on more cash right now than ever in history. When that cash starts to lose value they will flood the commodity markets trying to preserve their assets. You will see a huge spike in oil, food, any anything tangable. It then becomes a self feeding cycle when your paycheck buys less and less every week, the people stop saving and it becomes a self feeding cycle.

  3. Clarissa2424 | June 19, 2010 at 3:50 am |

    I do not understand” why” we go from stage 2(inflation) to stage 3 hyperinflation and collapse. What triggers a stage 2 into stage 3 where paper assets hold no value, unemployment and civil unrest?
    Is it the debt?
    Who is going to call us on our debt? Doesn’t China have full interest in America and Europe as buyers of their products?

  4. @toddmorrow1 Great minds think alike.

  5. toddmorrow1 | June 19, 2010 at 5:06 am |

    I was explaining my version today at lunch and used the term “land pirates”. I had made this term up having not seen your video yet.

  6. CrystalHunter1989 | June 19, 2010 at 5:39 am |

    @Awildwildworld Having studied the collapse of Argentina, I agree fully.

  7. StigmataBOB1 | June 19, 2010 at 6:22 am |

    @FoundingFathersSayNO Maybe I should have used Detroit as an example?

  8. FoundingFathersSayNO | June 19, 2010 at 6:30 am |


    Bullcrap! Churches are being torn down around the world since many people no longer believe in god and stopped donate their money to the church. 50% in Europe and 25% in the USA no longer believe in god since there is ZERO evidence!

    You can not just tare down a church to by food!

  9. redline601 | June 19, 2010 at 7:12 am |

    Yes here in the UK all seems ok at the mo but there is an undercurrent of fear I think especially from the G20 coming up as the leaders have categorically said there is NO MORE STIMULUS PACKAGES (meaning they re out of money and ideas) even suggesting the global economy is now picking up so strongly as not to need this kind of help anymore!

    Now the grand finale will be soon when oil is traded in local currencies it will be the end of the petro dollar

  10. @looseal22
    good point

  11. zippdoggy | June 19, 2010 at 8:14 am |

    Good insight sir thank you !!

  12. looseal22 | June 19, 2010 at 8:55 am |

    @Dkguerilla find someone to teach you how to fish, hunt, and garden, even if its in containers. Just make sure what you grow is legal. You can make some great friends going on fishing or hunting weekends with the guys. And enjoy life while you are learning some great survival skills.

  13. looseal22 | June 19, 2010 at 8:55 am |

    @projectdurden By then it will be too late. If you are considering buying a gun, do so now. You need lessons and practice. Not to mention learning the laws governing its use.

  14. LivingHistorySchool | June 19, 2010 at 9:16 am |

    nice timeline

  15. StigmataBOB1 | June 19, 2010 at 9:36 am |

    Ever been to McKeesport PA? When all this started in the steel mills in Pa, people loosed their jobs. It got so bad that the people started tarring down churches to get money for food. Today it looks like a war zone I can’t describe. This is what the golf will be, in time. If you are in the golf area, It is time for a reality check. Please stop wasting time on the blame game. Start to talk to each other, and take some action. Do not wate.

  16. @143DREWID this reminds me of a story today, I was told by a co-worker who was in Bosnia. Farmers would re-arm their fields with landmines so that thieves attempting to harvest the crops would blow themselves up. Naturally the initial response was confrontation but the end-result was the execution of the farmer by machine guns.
    Yes, I think it is time to find a safe-haven. I noticed 3 years ago a facebook group of that name, dedicated to that purpose. No one spoke of collapse then.

  17. projectdurden | June 19, 2010 at 11:32 am |

    When police stop coming, thats when you buy a gun to defend yourself.

  18. NovusChaoMundi | June 19, 2010 at 11:37 am |

    I? have just one question, is a ” land pirate ” anything like a butt pirate? ROTFL

  19. NovusChaoMundi | June 19, 2010 at 12:08 pm |

    Just got that movie “The Road” watching it tonight can’t wait, it looks scary!

  20. TheDeadlyFin | June 19, 2010 at 12:24 pm |

    FEMA ZIONAZI. Prepare they gonna bring global scale holocaust

  21. djgrooveline | June 19, 2010 at 1:24 pm |

    the road is a bleak fu**in picture of what can happen and who your real enemies are.

  22. swaneeusa3 | June 19, 2010 at 2:03 pm |

    @HatrXx78 Please don’t give HAARP any ideas. We’ve had enough

  23. 143DREWID | June 19, 2010 at 3:00 pm |


    I agree. However, the masses knowledge of farming has been lost. Those who do not know how to farm, will learn alternative ways of acquisition, thievery.

    The land that is productive is being acquired NOW by the oligarchy. A serfdom is imminent. Exceptions exist, find one.

    I certainly wish for a peaceful location. As I was raised as such.
    Do not forget the cursed shovel!

  24. @Richlz28 You’re definitely right about the 3r’s. The 3r’s will always be important and are necessary for survival to some extent. Schools do spend a lot of time on topics that are not necessary for survival, though. I think it would be more important for kids to know how to defend themselves, keep themselves fed, etc. Knowing how to count scores in tennis, golf, how to read music or the significance of characters in the Great Gatsby won’t be very helpful to them at all.

  25. @ytgv3fc7 I do think about things like war, economic collapse, and political unrest. These however are things that because of their nature are predictible. The situation we find ourselves in is more vulnerable to what we can’t predict. A major disaster at this point could be the match in the gasoline, and we have not prepared as a country for it.

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