Maybe we’re already living in a post-apocalyptic society and we just missed the actual apocalypse part.
I’m not sure how that could happen because we of the tinfoil crowd are always looking for signs of the crash. However, this week, the stories point toward a world with ever-increasing desperation, brutality, and nihilism.
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Mad Max-style heists are spreading
Earlier in the week, I posted a video about a motorcycle gang chasing down a truck full of sugar in Venezuela and stopping it by lobbing grenades at it. As it turns out, that isn’t the only place south of the border with shades of Mad Max.
Zero Hedge reports on a new trend in Mexico:
…Illegally tapping into pipelines and stealing gas from Mexico’s state-owned oil company has morphed into a very well organized criminal enterprise, run by well-armed regional cartels and supported by distribution on a commercial scale to factories and petrol stations…