Thursday, April 27, 2017 by Russel Davis
Here’s why millennials will totally freak out, freeze up, and break down in the next catastrophic collapse.
The coming market collapse will be especially devastating among millennials, Mike Adams opines. The Health Ranger stressed that psychological changes will be the likely cause of the upcoming collapse’s adverse impact on the mental health of the said population. According to Adams, millennials are not psychologically-prepared to handle stress head-on or deal with events that may otherwise contradict their current belief systems. Simply put, millennials are not good under pressure, the Health Ranger explains. Millennials sorely lack knowledge of the real world, and do not have the psychological fortitude to handle challenges to reality, Adams added.
Mike Adams currently serves as the founding editor of NaturalNews.com and the lab science director of CWC Labs, an internationally-accredited analytical laboratory. He is the best-selling author behind the world’s first book that published ICP-MS heavy metals analysis results for foods, dietary supplements, pet food, spices and fast food. Mike Adams is the founder and publisher of the open source scientific publication Natural Science Journal. Adams also oversees an online specialty store selling healthy, natural food and health care products.
The Health Ranger made a comparison between today’s millennials and the youth a few decades ago. The Health Ranger highlighted current statistics showing that one in eight millennials do not know how to change a light bulb, while about 75 percent do not know how to change flat tires. In contrast, Adams stressed that he grew up in a time when the internet was still not developed, which made people more hands-on. According to Adams, teens back then knew how to fix cars and car engines. At the advent of computer age, the Health Ranger and his contemporaries were already programming and developing things.
In a nutshell, Adams opined that previous generations had greater experience in dealing with the real world and were more accustomed to problem solving compared with the current generation, who grew up in an age of convenience. As a result, the previous generations were more prepared to face challenges head-on compared with millennials. According to Adams, the onset of challenging events — such as market collapse, social chaos, and civil war — will lead to confusion and pandemonium among millennials. In turn, millennials will become a danger both to themselves and the rest of the society. The Health Ranger went on to name cities where a large number of millennials may likely break down at the event of market collapse including Los Angeles, Sacramento, New York, and San Francisco as well as Boston, Portland, Philadelphia and Chicago.
To survive the upcoming market collapse, the Health Ranger suggests that people stay away from groups of millennials as possible. Adams recommends avoiding liberal cities and reside in the country instead, where the living conditions will prove challenging for the millennials.