January 17, 2015 at 5:25 pm #34757
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>lonewolf wrote:</div>for most sheeple that’s it, the end of the world as far as they are concerned, oh dear, they cant buy their “coffee to go”….might as well be dead then!!!!
Might as well Go Fergus. Riot loot pillage, like our blacks. I remember the story of the cab driver somewhere in uk who went around shooting people with his 22. Pretty good shot as I recall. It used to be an unusual event. Now you see people all over like that. Technically having a reality break in the blink of an eye. Some suicide, some sabotage, a lot of them go kill someone. Its the jihad of the poor and broke. Damaged minds. It can happen anywhere but your chances of surviving are better if you are armed and prepared.January 17, 2015 at 5:30 pm #34759
my chances of surviving are better if I’m not in a city, all the nutters seem to be in the cities, must be something to do with all the houses and flats(apartments) being so close together, nobody’s got any “personal space” anymore, everyone’s on top of everybody else, bit like an ant hill, so they all go crazy. nice and quiet here, you wouldn’t know I’ve got neighbours, best thing I ever did-leaving the city. course you couldn’t convince some people of that, believe me I’ve tried over the years, some people just “don’t get it” and never will, oh well, more breathing space for the rest of us.
British Survivalist.January 17, 2015 at 5:34 pm #34760
I would watch what happens in Venezuela as well. They are on rations now.January 17, 2015 at 5:50 pm #34762
Yes, watching Venezuela is a good example, and different that SA in that the changes are happening at a faster pace, less time to adjust.
Brulen, there are nutters in the countryside too. Where I used to live my biking friends and I were in the woods multiple times a week riding on old logging roads, ancient farm roads (from before the farms were abandoned in the mid-1800’s) and single track trails. The local culture was such that we didn’t think twice about riding through anyone’s property. Except for one. There were these 3 brothers in their 50’s/60’s living on their 100 acre pig farm, none of them ever married, and living in the small house they grew up in that had turned into not much better than a shanty for lack of maintenance for multiple decades. They were seriously scary nutters. Fortunately it was in a public place but I was cornered by one of them who wanted to rant at me because he disagreed with a Town board decision that I was part of. It was clear to me that there was no rational thought pattern going on in his brain whatsoever. They were routinely in violation of Board of Health regulations concerning the care of their animals and environmental wetlands regulations concerning the running of their farm and govt. officials wouldn’t go on the property without a police escort. It wasn’t just me who thought they were crazy. Their neighbors were convinced they were eating each year’s litter of puppies that would be there and then suddenly would be gone. Come SHTF, there is nothing those guys wouldn’t be capable of. And they lived in the countryside.January 17, 2015 at 5:55 pm #34763
Whirlibird, I read the article and was thinking how cheap those farms must be. I have been to Spain and the farms are beautiful land. They are also high sea level properties. There economy is in trouble with 25% unemployment but that is why it is cheap to buy right now.January 17, 2015 at 6:00 pm #34764
sounds a bit like “deliverance” country to me!!!!!!!!!!!!1 we have places like that in North Devon, places where its reckoned “they eat the first born” HAHAHAHA.
British Survivalist.January 17, 2015 at 8:10 pm #34765
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>Whirlibird wrote:</div>For the cities.
Historically correct even.
Not surprising it’s happened throughout history, look at the Great Depression and Argentina as recent within living memory (of some) examples.
In the UK there is high unemployment in the rural regions, the self employed, commuters (for people with jobs that pay well enough) and the retired are ok but for the rest of us the cities are where the work is work = money, money = life in today’s society.
If at first you don't succeed, excessive force is usually the answer.January 18, 2015 at 9:21 am #34770
its a shame, I feel for anyone who has to live and work in a city who dosent want to but has to to earn a crust, I lived in a city(a small one compared to most) for 43 years but couldn’t wait to leave.
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