Then real panic sets in - and then it is open season on the elderly and chillun that are too small to fight back. But - yeah; those grey haired dudes in SLC are just delusional fear-mongers who have nothing better to do than control the mindless, cultic masses through fear and doom peddling..... (complete sarcasm and calling out of the ex-mos who are so much brighter and intelligent than the useful idiots in the Church.....).
So - you are able to get a glimpse into a window of your future. I am not sure if it will completely be a economic or social disaster (false flag) or surprise attack on this nation by an angry world power - but it IS coming - and only those who are spiritually fit will survive. Those who have heeded the counsel of the Prophets and who have the Spirit for their guide. It has always been that way; the Lehi's and Nephi's and their posterity go on while the ridiculously proud and stupid meet their end.
In other words - they have no branches on their tree. No posterity. The truly wicked and unrepentant have neither ROOT, nor branch. No branch because they physically de-selected themselves from the genetic pool, as they and their descendants were wiped out as the wicked have historically killed off the wicked - and no ROOT, because they spiritually de-selected themselves and they were un-linked from that chain that connects every (willing) member of the human family from Adam all the way to the latest member of the family of God. Those who are cast off forever - are cut (by their own actions) from that chain; thus they lose their root along with their chain.
Their futures look about like this:
And back to the failroad adventure ride in Venezuela. I wonder if they have pulled the missionaries out of there. And I wonder if the faithful members of the Church are doing fine on their food storage:
The mayor of Chacao in Venezuela’s capital Caracas has warned that Caribbean islands and Colombia may suffer an influx of refugees from Venezuela if food shortages continue in the country.
Español Ramón Muchacho said that people have been reduced to hunting cats, dogs and pigeons for food.
“As hunger deepens, we could see more Venezuelans fleeing by land or sea to an island,” Muchacho said.
Venezuela saw a new wave of looting last week that resulted in at least two deaths, countless wounded, and millions of dollars in losses and damages, as desperation sets in among hungry residents and the country appears to be on the verge of complete collapse and chaos.
Panampost reported that last Wednesday morning a crowd ransacked a supermarket in the central region of Venezuela.
“They took milk, pasta, flour, oil, and milk powder. There were 5,000 people,” one witness told Venezuela outlet El Estímulo.
People from across the entire state came to the supermarket because there were rumours that some products not found anywhere else would be sold there. Authorities were unable to control the massive crowd.
“There were 250 people for each National Guard officer… lots of people and few soldiers. At least one officer was beat up because he tried to stop the crowd,” another source told El Estímulo.
Other food outlets run by the government were also looted by the people.
Over the last two weeks, several provinces have seen looting in pharmacies, shopping malls, supermarkets, and food delivery trucks. In several markets, shouts of “we are hungry!” were heard.
On April 27, the Venezuelan Chamber of Food (Cavidea) reported that the country’s food producers only had 15 days left of inventory.