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Message Subject Human survivability with supply chain disruptions and its effect on populations
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Military support in a disaster is a terrible idea

Since the military has its own support crews in diverse areas, it can rapidly put resources towards creating and maintaining war and operating at a very high tempo. It's common knowledge that they can cut through red tape so they can move personnel and supplies to an area FAST. But should we allow that to happen in the event of a dollar collapse?

We have laws in place in the USA so the military is not used on our own soil. It's not been favorable in history when a nation is occupied by its military. Any student of history can recall military occupation, even when offered in a benign honorable fashion... eventually created conflict and disorder.

Since most people will not prepare for disasters, and not have supplies, skills, and seed, and not be willing to help themselves and others, then most people being helpless will clamor for military assistance. It's not only pathetic, it's an abomination.

Expecting humanitarian effort from an organization whose purpose is to kill and break things is dumb. It would be like asking doctors to fight wars. Yes, doctors do serve a purpose in the military, because soldiers get injured and need treatment, but they aren't strapping on side arms and taking a hill.

The more specialized a skill, the less likely that a technician can do multi-skills.

You don't use a hammer to open the mail. Using the military, is using the wrong tool, for the wrong reasons.
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