Very short post: When "IT" starts...

I will, doubtless, elucidate on this further and at more length.

Understand, the Left is insatiable; they're after power, and they mean to get it so that they can create their utopia on earth.  And if we "Normals" won't give it up willingly, they'll take it by force - or try to. "IT" is coming, of that I have zero doubt.  It's not IF, it's simply WHEN... and the follow-up questions of HOW LONG will it last, and HOW BAD will it get?

So as you go about your lives, look to the power lines that feed the cities.  Cities run on that.

Without power, there is no light after nightfall.  There is no climate control.  There is no pumping of gas, no water, no refrigeration, no nothing.  There are no cell phones, nor internet.  Within a couple of days resources will fade, the two-legged predators will come out, and any civilian authorities will be utterly overwhelmed attempting to not only keep order, but feed the seething masses.

Cut that power off, and the Left will implode into consuming everything they can - and cities, where they concentrate, will turn on themselves like rats in a flood.

Disclaimer: The above is an intellectual exercise only, and is absolutely not intended to be a "call to action" for anyone, regardless of political affiliation, to take proactive actions that could be deemed seditious, terrorist, or treasonous.

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"I do not coexist with cancer; I do not find common ground with gangrene.  The Left must be fought and destroyed, or America dies."


© 2018, NITZAKHON

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  1. Indeed. I am surprised our nation hung together for so long, but it seems fourth gen. civil war is at our doorstep. Not a good time to be a city slicker. Time to visit your country cousins for a few months, starting soon.

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    1. There's a reason I live where I live. If I didn't have to work (and the spousal unit let me) I'd live farther out from the local metropolis.

      As it stands, despite my being nowhere near where I'd like to be in terms of preps, I'll wager I'm already better off than, probably, 80% of the country. And even now where I live you'd have to spend a lot of time "random walking" to find me. Generator? Off; that roar is the first thing people would listen for.

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  2. Read an interesting viewpoint on this type of thing comparing "high societal trust" areas vs. "low societal trust" areas. Worth the time invested to actually get to know your neighbors.

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    1. We kind-of know some of them. I'm hoping to create a yahoogroup for the neighborhood for, at least, email communications.

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  3. Now is an appropriate time to plan a successful Alyiah. Shabbat Shalom

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    1. Definitely been thinking about it. Have to convince the skiksa wife, but we're taking a trip soon and maybe she'll fall in love with it. My main concern is finding work...

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    2. The problem is that Israel is a major target, too. I read the Koran once cover to cover and it says to kill the Jews (to be inclusive they include Christians later; first Saturday, then Sunday as they say). Too many crazies surrounding Israel to be comfortable, despite the superiority of the IDF, the numbers on the other side, and now the nukes on the other side do not leave me feeling comfortable; just a few nukes could take out most of Israel. Mullahs with nukes are very bad; you want to be as far away from them as possible in my opinion.

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    3. Israel will out-trump its adversaries with G-d's help. :-)

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  4. @Lori: As Bill Whittle once observed, the Mulluhs have said repeatedly that Israel is a "one bomb state". Sadly, that's not far from wrong.

    When I debate people on this, ask how big Israel is. People are shocked when I say that Israel - including the "occupied" territories - is smaller than New Jersey.

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