Only days ago, ANP received a very interesting email from one of our regular readers about an experience she recently had at her job at a fast food restaurant at a truck stop.
Titling her email to us 'Nine meals from anarchy my *ss', she proceeded to speculate what might happen with a cashless society and digital currency after a series of nasty storms temporarily disabled their computer systems at work and a bunch of hungry, grumpy people helped her reach her conclusion - martial law and collapse are still in the cards - the cards just haven't been dealt yet. You can read her full email to us directly above the videos at the bottom of this story.
Proving to us how some people react after missing just one meal, every day we're getting more and more signs that 'the cards that haven't been dealt yet' may still be laid upon the tables in our future, a future that the globalists are now doubling down upon in giving us a view of. And if they have their way - that future won't be pretty.
As we learn in a book written by Jose Polanco, Quayle isn't alone in his warnings as we hear of a 16-year-old boy's vision of the Great Tribulation and his warnings that cannibalism will be common and "they are going after the people that believe in God. They will slaughter them". We've already been witnessing his gruesome warnings coming true before our eyes.
The quite disturbing 'flashback' story Quayle linked to today from Wired.com dating back to July 25 of 2009 is titled "Military Researchers Develop Corpse-Eating Robots" within which they begin: "Just as The Matrix ran off human batteries, new battlefield robots could jump-start themselves by eating human flesh".
As the Wired story asked of the the project from Robotic Technology, appropriately called EATR (short for Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot Project), "what could possibly go wrong?" From Robototic Technology:
To develop and demonstrate an autonomous robotic platform able to perform long-range, long-endurance missions without the need for manual or conventional re-fueling, which would otherwise preclude the ability of the robot to perform such missions. The system obtains its energy by foraging – engaging in biologically-inspired, organism-like, energy-harvesting behavior which is the equivalent of eating. It can find, ingest, and extract energy from biomass in the environment (and other organically-based energy sources), as well as use conventional and alternative fuels (such as gasoline, heavy fuel, kerosene, diesel, propane, coal, cooking oil, and solar) when suitable.
In addition to missions requiring long-range, long-endurance ability, the EATR can provide direct support to combat units without requiring labor or materiel logistics support for refueling. EATR could forage for its own energy while the unit rested or remained in position. EATR, having a heavy-duty robotic arm and hybrid external combustion engine, could provide direct support to combat units by: carrying the unit's backpacks and other materiel (the mule function); provide RSTA, weapons, support, casualty extraction, or transport; provide energy to recharge the unit's batteries or directly power command and control centers.
This demonstration project can lead to three potential Phase III commercialization projects: (1) the development of prototype and operational EATR™ systems for military and civil applications; (2) new civil and military applications for the autonomous intelligent control system; and (3) development of the hybrid external combustion engine system for civil and military automotive applications, whether for manned or unmanned vehicles.
Complete with a chainsaw, gripper and plenty of cameras, imagine the EATR with AI intelligence, programmed and trained to believe humans are inferior at the very best and at the worst, the EATR's next meal. As Wired correctly asked, what could possibly go wrong with this situation. Just knowing that there are those within our own DOD who 8 years ago planned on creating a monstrous robot that could autonomously choose to eat corpses is quite disturbing.
Military Trader reported back in 2009 after the Wired story came out that 'human bodies' could be included on EATR's menu, "the public can rest assured that the engine Cyclone has developed to power the EATR runs on fuel no scarier than twigs, glass clippings and wood chips - small, plant-based items for which RTI's robotic technology is designed to forage."
In the first video below, Steve Quayle shares with us his latest QCast in which he begins talking about this recent SQAlert warning us of the banks plans to switch over to a cashless society. For those who are unprepared for such a situation, millions could instantly be caught up in a similar situation to that described in the email below.
Stressing to us once again why it is so important to prepare for anything that could come our way, those who are prepared to live for months and years without having to go to the store in a 'worst-case-situation' will assure themselves that they won't be turning to cannibalism, despite the globalists seemingly attempting to program humanity to do so.
Nine meals from anarchy my *ss..
I told you I work at a fast food place in the truckstop ...we had a series of real nasty storms move through the area disabling our computer systems for credit and debit .. I have to tell you that the people that are rude and hateful have been in and out of that restaurant all day long today . People don't carry cash anymore they're absolutely appalled and shocked they can't use plastic - people's buying power all dependent upon the electronic value -
We've all speculated that nine meals to anarchy would be the case, but judging at the level in which I see people react to circumstances like this and the absolute stupidity I see in people who can't get by without swiping a card scares the living crap out of me. It reminds us all that the mindset of society is I want it now, I get it now if I can't have it now I don't know what to do except throw a big fit.. all tethered to Digital Currency. I don't think we'd have nine meals once all hell breaks loose I would give it 24 hours tops... we speculate nine meals based on people having a three day supply of food but the mindset of society is far more dangerous than that ... and they won't wait that long .
I'm extremely concerned by the things I see you today just based on a simple thunderstorm knocking debit out with all that's going on in the world especially with North Korea becoming more prominent threat especially when you consider NP it's something that we all might be needing to be reminded about and plan for... Martial law and collapse is still in the cards.. they just haven't been dealt yet. Talk to you later,