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Beyond Belief: Collapse of the Grid with Bobby Akart (April 2016)

Season 6, Episode 3
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The delicate balance of our lives is cradled within the fragile arms of our electrical infrastructure. As Bobby Akart explains, the integrity of the electrical grid may be America’s greatest vulnerability. This leaves us open to the breakdown of society should any catastrophic event, such as a solar flare, EMP, or cyber-attack, occur. If we act now, we could prevent the collapse of the grid. This interview with George Noory was originally webcast April 20, 2016.

Bobby Akart, author of Prepping for Tomorrow, understands how the economy works and the profound effect politics has on the economy, as well. He received his Bachelor’s degree with a dual major in Economics and Political Science. As the founder of Freedom Preppers, he assists others become better prepared for the threats we face as Americans from catastrophic events, both natural and man-made.

George Noory
Bobby Akart


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scottc89, posted on September 5, 2016

I would like to thank our host and speaker, tonight about this well presented, easy at times to listen to, and of course that Feeling you Get!, when you know, I must start preparing, the kits, supples and food for a least 3-6 months, then worry about having to get up and move from a City only 30 miles away at most. Honestly I do get serious concerned, - How Can I Get My Own Family Ready for This.?
Have I got that essentials list for me and/or my Loved Ones to survive.? This word , Survive!; can be a hard pill to swallow, "but Listen", you really need to watch this presentation perhaps twice, if your Not Getting The Message!

We will all be better off, when your preparedness and your neighbors are ready too - we the people, have strength together!!

This entire episode, has made a real connection with my Psyche, where I have choice and still time. This is not paranoia but, being scents-able and being at your best!

Keep Us Moving Ahead.

peanutbutterfunk49, posted on July 22, 2016

Hey everybody! I just want to say that I was, I guess what you would've called, "the uneducated". I live in New Orleans, I've been here my entire life and I'm 53. I didn't leave when Katrina hit and it's a good thing I didn't. #1: We were told that the storm was a Cat 3. New Orleans has withstood many Cat 3 hurricanes and Katrina shouldn't have been any different, however, one of the levees broke due to HUMAN error. That is what caused the mass drownings here in the city. #2: If I had left, I wouldn't have been around the help many elderly people who couldn't leave as well as numerous pets that people abandoned when they fled. #3: We were out of power for over a month and NO ONE was rioting in the streets!! Although losing power wasn't an easy thing to live with, we did it! People DO come together in times of disaster and I think some of what's been said here in simple fear mongering. God puts you where you're needed, when you're needed.

Maidenhair, posted on April 29, 2016

Thank you George and Bobby Akart for streaming us on this wake up call of our Grids collapsing and if so in due time what's to become of the population as in population genocide
The dark having such a high volume upon doing so as in Chemtrails and promoting technology to be over rated as in putting high tech Cellular phones on the market..and then cause it to go belly up as OUT! so Planet population will die or have a very hard time existing at the hands of the Dark which is their theory in the beginning.. of removing us
Your information has been out standing Bobby Akart but why is it that every single many woman and child has to have this glorified Selfy phone Why? in knowing it's killing one in use of it's properties..
We have to be the most uninformed individuals that would place banana peeling at the door knowing that it could cause a terrible accident ..the same goes for all these high technical devices getting way out there beyond our time and is the main factor in squeezing the life force out of our Planet Earth..

Aloha8, posted on April 25, 2016

Look at Peppi La Montagna's work on the plasma cube, it is open source at YouTube Pi Tech Team Q144. Daily updates, zero point energy. I myself built a small Q6 that powers a full sized refrigerator, two lamps and an automobile jump starter. Cost: about $50 from Dollar Store or local hardware store for parts: 4X4X4 glass cube/vase, aluminum foil, parchment (baking) paper, copper wire 14 AWG, glue gun and ash is all that is required. There are free DIY step by step instructions. I will help when I have time upon respectful request. It's also portable. Larger systems can power a whole house and car, that would be Q24, Q48, Q144.

For water: get a rain cachement system, attach to rain gutter, it holds 65 gallons and refills itself.

mariearmstrong, posted on April 20, 2016

that blond chick NAILED IT!

wm, posted on April 20, 2016

Aye, indeed, grim & timely. They're not advocating for a post-collapse society, which would be nightmarish beyond comprehension, but for people to be prepared to prevent the collapse of the power grid specifically, and, failing that, prepare to ride it out realistically.

There are all sort of funky things people don't consider beyond food & water & first aid....suppose you are physically fit person who is strong as an ox but without hearing aid batteries & eye glasses is easy prey for local warlords? Or you're a triathlete or body builder or mountaineer or just a regular jogger who's handy with bows & arrows, but, darn it, you cannot do without your omeprazole to control one's GERD? What about burns? One's spouse or child requires a wheelchair? The neighborhood bands together to look after one another, but some charismatic sociopath takes over and turns into a petty tyrant who's both judge, jury, & executioner?

At least we'll be liberated from smart fones & A.I., right?


gineous1, posted on April 20, 2016

I dont want fear porn, If I wanted I would put the news on the TV... I want solutions not rejoice in the problems...

QW47DSW, posted on April 20, 2016

If power will go out I'm gonna have to move to the village, the electricity there is used mostly for light bulbs and TV, food can be stored in the basement it's very cold, should last at least a month.

earlymorning, posted on April 20, 2016

This has been on my mind for years now. We have become so interconnected it's ridiculous and we are very distracted by all the material things that are available so easily. We have focused so much on educating specialists and have lost the ability to be a generalist. Anyone can plant a garden but it takes a bit of skill to be successful at it and actually get the food we need. This is not fear mongering it's looking at what is really happening. Thank you for this program.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on April 21, 2016

@EARLYMORNING, thank you for your comments on this interview. We appreciate your support of our programs on Gaia.

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