Nuclear war or civil war: The big cities will become cauldrons of violence and death – but you CAN survive

Sunday, April 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Sunday, April 30, 2017

To many people, times are as tense now in the United States as they have ever seen them. Some older Americans who lived through the unrest in the 1960s see some similarities between then and now, but even they say that political, social and cultural anxieties across America today are much higher and runs much deeper, affecting all demographics and political persuasions.

The election of Donald J. Trump, while heartening to tens of millions of people, has nevertheless become a rallying cry for the fascist Left, which has become emboldened thanks to Democratic politicians and Left-leaning financiers of domestic terrorism like George Soros. Leftists who run most large U.S. cities now openly challenge federal law and the constitutional order. In doing so they are providing a terrible example to an entire generation of young Americans who are being led to believe – falsely – that they get to decide which rules of society should be observed and obeyed and which should not.

As volatile as the situation has become, it will only take one spark – perhaps at UC Berkeley, perhaps somewhere else – to ignite a nationwide civil war.

Add to this mix the threat of a nuclear detonation in a major American port city, and you can begin to see that things could get out of hand very quickly.

The most unstable places will be our cities, of course. And no matter how many police are deployed to contain the violence, it won’t be enough. What’s more, there won’t be nearly enough National Guard forces to augment all of the cities that will need help – and that’s even if you get 60-80 percent of Guard troops (who are civilians most of the time) to even show up, considering they’ll want to protect their families too.

Most may believe that there is simply no way to survive an urban breakdown. But that’s not true. Consider what’s going on right now in Syria. For all intents and purposes, the only major city that even functions – barely – is the capital of Damascus. The rest of the country is bombed out and decimated. And yet people survive in these ruins because they have learned to adapt and band together.

To improve your chances of survival, the following are must-have items, no exceptions (and no cutting corners):

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One Response to “Nuclear war or civil war: The big cities will become cauldrons of violence and death – but you CAN survive”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    Don’t forget RAIN BARRELS there Mike. Slow down buddy.



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