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This guy is really interesting to listen too.
Here is his website. Click on "Radio Show" to get additional talks about living abroad. He says that he has compiled detailed information on the best places to live abroad.
https://www.escapetheusanow.com/home?gc ... Qgod8GcArg
That estimation is not an exaggeration. Most are ill-prepared and don't have the proper back-up equipment (solar units, generators) for essential ADL. They haven't stockpiled food and guns + ammo either, nor do they have livestock or crops for an emergency SHTF situation like this. Also, once electricity goes out, law enforcement and other public services and their communications will be severely compromised. Response times will be pretty much null. Police won't be protecting anyone at that point -- they will be protecting themselves, and their own families. Without guns or other practical weapons, you can't hunt, which would be your only option for food. No luxury of refrigeration and grocery stores have been ransacked with the shipping grid crippled. Good luck holding off angry mobs and looters who will be scavenging for food too. Americans are fools to think that an Egypt-like scenario wouldn't happen here.
Mr. Peabody you are unquestionably the most intuitive and smartest dog I have ever seen but I have always been curious as to exactly what breed of dog you are and if a mutt as it appears what type of dogs got it on to create such a super mutt?
Time to Hide!
не поглеждай назад.
"Even an American judge is unlikely to award child support for imputed children." - FredOnEverything
James Wesley Rawles has been warning about this for years.
The Thin Veneer Of Civilization
http://www.survivalblog.com/2008/08/the ... -thin.html