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What Difference Does It Make?


What Difference Does It Make?

What difference does it make? That’s the 64 Amero question. If you have a secure supply of drinking water, long term storage food to last a few years, and have the rest of the list of basic necessities, what happens next shouldn’t mean much. Being outside the large cities would be a good idea. It’s just easier to avoid problems, that way. Individuals can be known much better than crowds.

Understanding that government turns populations into refugees better than any other organization in the history of the world, would help you avoid, as Arlo Guthrie put it, being detected, inspected, injected and infected. Read everything you can about the history of crisis management. At least you would have an idea about how things work at your friendly local neighborhood Guantanamo, should you end up in such a place. If you are at all, historically and traditionally American in your thinking, you are probably labeled a potential terrorist. The Corporatist animosity toward all things American are very well documented. Congress isn’t on the ‘A’- list, and I doubt that I, you or anyone we know is in that privileged class.

Everything comes down to being in the right place, at the right time. That is the difference that the times we are in, makes. Beyond what an individual can carry, there isn’t much worth having, if it isn’t immediately accessible. Everyone should examine their far-flung, personal little empires. When the bureaucracy turns cannibal on itself, don’t go swimming with the sharks. Always a survivor, never a refugee.



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