World News Daily Report
Glasgow | An entire Glasgow family is preparing to move down into their spacious 4-meter diameter by 15-meter long shelter in fear of the fallout of what some are already calling the coming “Brexit apocalypse”.
Andrew Johnson and his family of five have decided that they would spend the next several months underground as a means of protecting their family against “the harsh times to come”.
“This is the worst possible scenario ever,” warns the local entrepreneur and engineer.
“I’ve been warning people to prepare for the worst, I knew those crazy Brits would pull us into this dangerous situation,” warns the proud Scottish patriot.
“From here on, we have to prepare for the worst and my first duty is to protect my family” he told local reporters.
Emergency supplies sales spike
Sales of emergency provisions in the UK have gone through the roof within less than 48 hours as thousands of British citizens are stocking up on food-storage kits, torches, blankets and tents – some are also boarding up their homes and leaving them.
“Lots of people are expecting riots and chaos in the streets and eventually a shortage of supplies” explains the owner of a local prepper store, James Gillian.
“As the economy crashes and people lose their jobs as businesses flee to other countries, food and water will become scarce and it is vital to gear up on supplies” he warns.
An upcoming financial collapse
One UK dried food outlet says that sales have shot up by “500 percent or more” in the past weeks leading up to the Brexit vote.
“There is a sense of urgency, like something is up. A lot of people are worried for the future and expect the worst, like a financial collapse” explains survivalist expert, Thomas Lancashire.
“The last time we’ve seen such a sense of urgency within the population was near the end of 2012, when people feared a major catastrophe would hit planet Earth at the end of the Mayan calendar” he acknowledges.
A number of economists have warned that in the advent of a “Brexit” vote, Britain could lose its favorable access to European markets, uncertainty could dry up business investment and the country could tumble into recession.