Saturday, January 2, 2010

A new decade begins

A new decade begins and it’s easy to look back and see all the hardship that has taken place the last ten years. The September 11 attacks of 2001, The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Hurricane Katrina 2005, The Terrorist Attacks in London 2005 and Madrid 2005, The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, Swine flu and the current economic crisis. Many of these problems follow us into the new decade, the state building missions in Iraq and Afghanistan is still ongoing and the expert’s predictions about the economic crisis vary. It’s easy to just see the dark clouds in sky and believe that everything around us only changes for the worse. The future is always unsure and we can often only see the patterns that have been leading up to a crisis or disaster after its taken place. Especially new developments are very hard to predict, the fall of the Soviet Union 1989 and The War on Terror after September the 11th 2001 was events that was very hard to foresee. New disasters will take place in the coming decade, what form and size they will have is hard to say. I hope that the readers have been able to find some useful information and gotten some new perspectives on survival and crisis preparedness. I would also like to wish all the people how have been following my blog a Happy New Year. Take care and stay safe.

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