A Possible Rail Strike, What you can do to Prepare?


A Possible Rail Strike and What YOU Can Do to Prepare

By Raymond Mhor – The Kilted Prepper
NOV 21, 2022

I got up this morning and saw the following headline.

And here we thought the current administration took care of this?

Well, come to find out all they did was kick the can down the road a bit to bypass a potential strike before the elections.

Folks, if you do not want to hear a doom and gloom situation, stop reading right now because this is truly ugly.

I am going to put it bluntly. If the railways stop working, your grocery stores could be empty within 72 hours, and it would cost the US economy $2 billion per day and quite possibly more.


Got toilet paper?

Secondly, oil wouldn’t make it to the refineries; in fact, the oil wouldn’t make it out of the field. Do you keep hearing about the 25-day diesel shortage? This would escalate it proportionally.

To put this into context, remember when Ronald Reagan fired the air traffic controllers in the 1980s when they were deemed ‘too necessary’ to strike?

Folks, railway workers are even more critical. The unions know this, thus allowing them to leverage a strike for better conditions. At the same time, the railway companies know they will have to give concessions to their employees.

The railway system is too big to fail. The railway workers and the companies know their service is so critical the government can force the unions and require them to make concessions, which is what the union strikers are banking on.

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