Contingency Planning & Crisis Management | Lynette Zang with Sean Connelly & Curtis Teets


You know, you hear, we talk all the time about gold and silver on ITM’s channel, but to get through what we have to get through the hyperinflationary depression and to maintain a reasonable standard of living, you need more than Gold and Silver. You need these, this is your base in your foundation, but you all also need food, water, energy, security, as well as that barterability, wealth, preservation, community, and shelter.

Over the past year, more than 20 major cities have reduced police budgets. Consequently, there has been a surge in lawlessness and that’s just the beginning with food prices skyrocketing and forcing more and more people in their families into food insecurity. When people are hungry and hopeless, they make choices they would not normally make. And that’s one big reason why security is a key issue that we all need to address. As we enter the death rows of the Fiat money system.

I am so happy to have two extreme experts in Security and planning with us today. We have Sean Connelly, US Army Corps of Engineer, Lieutenant Colonel recently retired as the deputy district commander of USACE. Prior to this assignment, he served as the Contingency Planner and Individual Mobilization Augmentee for the Core of Engineers North Atlantic Division. Just to mention a few of his credits. And we also have Curtis Teets, PMP lead BD+C and General Manager of Neo Construction Partners. He felt the call to join the army after the attacks on 9/11 as many patriotic young Americans did, but after serving the longest combat tour since World War II, as an infantryman in Iraq, he’s had a 20 year project management career spanning residential commercial and industrial construction across the country. Now together, they founded 5 Stones Strategies to where they developed comprehensive plans for people that cover planning for if you stay or if you go, or if you do both.




  • Lynette’s mission is to translate financial noise into understandable language and enable educated, independent choices. All her work is fact and evidence based and she shares these tools openly. She believes strongly that we need to be as independent as possible and at the same time, we need to come together in community to survive and thrive through any financial crisis.

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