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Be prepared to be taken away from your home and put into a ‘camp’. (Easier to manage people). They don’t want thinkers, survivalists, etc running around. You will be the end of the government. Militia still strikes fear in this government, and they will without a doubt come and take away all of your arms, ammunition, and anything else that can be used AGAINST them in a time of panic and emergency.

We all know those in command and well-connected will be comfortable and safe, and when shit really hits the fan they know they cannot stop an angry mob (justly) who is weaponized, intelligent, resourceful, supplied, and has no fear of government of bringing down that government. gas exchange in the lungs Happens ALL THE TIME in 2nd and 3rd world countries. It’s actually interesting how powerful a well organized group of people can be in a time of duress. And the government KNOWS this.

I’ve always said people should form groups and/or live close to each other, to create a survival camp. Each can help each other survive, but as a whole, can protect from onslaughts of military, and/or scavenger attacks. Reach out to other ‘survival camps’ . gas leak in car Local police will leave you alone, and if the military does come around, they might just move on as they won’t want to waste valuable resources (no more manufacturing) or personnel fighting a group of clearly well organized people. e85 gas stations colorado They’ll just move on to the next. At least you will be grouped, and can be easily monitored.

A few years ago, my husband and I went through an Ice Storm that knocked out power in our city for 20 days in the middle of winter. I’ll tell you, a lot of things on this list are pretty accurate to what went first. Most people didn’t have power in the coldest part of the year, with no fireplaces for the most part (lots of apartment dwellers). We went to Wal mart after we lost power to get food that didn’t require heating. The shelves were basically bare. 3 gases that cause acid rain Canned soup and bread were gone. There were no candles in the entire town, or kerosene. Propane tanks were gone (fortunately we had one) and there were no more grills or charcoal on the shelves. Home Depot was out of generators and a guy came into town a few days later selling black market generators for four times the cost. astrid y gaston lima menu prices Winter clothes and warm blankets were gone. There were no snow shovels or ice melt and the gas stations hiked their prices WAY high (like the prices we have today HA!). Space heaters, camp stoves, and basically anything pertaining to heating and cooking in a power outage were completely gone.

We got lucky in that natural gas was unaffected so we could still take hot showers (A real luxury given how cold we were). electricity in human body wiki I have a thing for scented candles so we had lighting and we had our propane tank full so we could cook if we went outside. We had our glacier gear from cold weather camping as well as our science backgrounds (Physics & Engineering majors) to utilize some homemade solar heat gain contraptions and we managed to keep the apartment at about 55F (not bad since it was getting down to single digits at night). Our neighbor in the apartment building, down the hall a ways, said his unit was a steady 25F and he left for a hotel in a nearby town (you can imagine their rate spike for this).