Many of those problems are caused by serving Jehovah, and Jehovah and his filthy angels do the attacking and blame Satan and His Demons. This is to scare people away from Satan, get them running right back to Jehovah, and shun real spiritual growth and enlightenment. Then, Jehovah attacks at a later time to guilt people into doing even more, causing even worse problems, and extorting more concessions. Satan gets unjust blame for this as well.
The article goes into trusting in Jehovah (misplaced trust) for major disasters. Some experience total loss, but how many homes simply endure a blackout that can last several hours or a day or two? Is Jehovah going to help you in the event of a blackout? These are far more common than a total loss, and if you are prepared (and I mean with plenty of backup lights and batteries to power them), it is nothing more than a nuisance. However, people that are not prepared are prone to serious injury. Try shopping at Walmart when the lights go totally out. Or, what if you are at a call where you need to climb stairs in the building? There is no natural light, just light from a few squiggly things glowing. You reach the top, knock on the doors, and just as you are about to go back down, the lights go out (and, if the United Tyranny of Stupidity is dumb enough to help Israel again as in 1973, Iran could well block oil to that country and cause rolling blackouts at any time). Without a flashlight, you could well fall down the stairs and no one will help. A simple high-quality flashlight could make the difference between making it out uninjured and winding up in the hospital.
Yet, where is the insistence that basic steps be made toward this? Political instability in the Middle East makes a major energy crisis with rolling blackouts more likely. This, not the disaster where everything is totally trashed, is going to affect most people sooner or later. A simple Fenix LD22 flashlight or Nitecore EA1 (both using common AA batteries) could make the difference between an adventure and a trial. With the light, you save the accident, you save the hospital trip, you save the pain and expense, you save the disability, and you might even save having to deal with "the blood issue". Yet, the rag doesn't say a peep about it. I guess they would rather have people dealing with problems simply for the sake of dealing with problems instead of avoiding them.