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Discussion in 'Conspiracies & Paranormal' started by Ken Anderson, Jan 11, 2018.
Here's a good book of mine to have if you have to start all over without electricity, etc.
I have that book, and many others.
Well I guess we will just have to share it with others if the electricity goes off.
With all the agriculture in Fresno...there would be plenty of food but I'm sure it would be heavily guarded.
Right across from my subdivision are acres of orchards.. Fruit and nuts.
In my daughter's area it's more veggies grown but Fresno has more fruit etc.
According to Agenda 21 there is an Executive Order in place giving the Government control over all food and its sources if an emergency situation would happen such as our Power Grids going out. Even the food and water we might have stored in our homes would also be placed under Government control and they would take any amount over what they have deemed necessary for you. Martial Law would rule and you would probably have more trouble with the Government taking everything...then poachers.
Then what's the point of stocking up if it will be taken away?
I just looked up Agenda 21 and it sounds like a conspiracy theory to me.
None, if you're unable to hide it.
It's a conspiracy, but not a theory.
A lot of people who own guns, own those guns to protect what is theirs...including the food, etc. they are stockpiling.
The United Nations and their Agendas are only another way to bring in a One World Government in my opinion and they are succeeding in paving the way for this as there are very few people who really read what the Agendas will bring about when they are passed.
Here in the US our Government has ended up taking our freedoms because we trusted them to represent us and do what was right for us...when all the time most of them were only doing what was best for them.
They probably aren't a match for the military though if you believe agenda 21.
While I don't trust the govt completely, this is an area where I part company with conservative thinking.
Cities will be the most dangerous places to be in such a situation. Not only might you be more likely to be killed outright, but cities are more dependent on goods being shipped in on a regular basis. For another, city officials who, by then, will be looking out mostly for themselves and their own, will be quick to consider anyone who has prepared for such an emergency to be hoarding. The police, on orders and, most likely, on their own, will take whatever you have to be redistributed to others in need, some getting a larger share than others.
Farms and rural areas, where people are more likely to have the material goods, as well as the skills necessary to support themselves, will do better, but they will have to defend it once the cities have been picked clean.
People who have prepared ahead of time, not only by storing up goods, but by learning the skills that they need, and who have prepared places for themselves that are truly off the path, will do much better, but no one will be safe.
There is also the fact that most homes in the United States are not built for life without electricity and utilities. Many cities, and even some rural areas, won't even permit wood stoves. Without heating oil, we would have no way to heat our home, and our boiler won't operate for an extended period of time without electricity even if we had a store of heating oil. Our house is not built for a wood stove, and that is probably the case with most people today.
Our camp up north has a wood stove, and we have a hundred acres of woods, with an extended wooded area beyond our own land. Currently, we have plenty of wildlife but in the situation that we're discussing here others will be hunting it as well, even if I were a skilled hunter. My "no hunting" signs will be useful only if I can enforce them.
Martial law or not, the 2nd amendment, while not realistically sustainable during a catastrophic event, is at least a reminder of what government soldiers can expect at each and every household.
In any event, I do seriously doubt if the majority of our soldiers will have the mental wherewithal to fight and kill their own people but perhaps, the civil war is a reminder that I might possibly be wrong.
The only problem is @Ken Anderson...the Government will probably "seize" most of those 100 acres from you under the provisions of Agenda 21.