It is time to bring down a U.S. city. Comments on the article of Americans

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Eamon January 26th, 2012 at 2:41 pm

A long time ago it's time to leave. On the other hand, there is no place that will remain unaffected by the consequences of what happens. It's long been predicted by the Great Purification and the whole world and all of us here will go through a cleansing, which we can not now imagine. Houses in the village, the mega-bunkers deep underground, well-equipped submarines — nowhere you can hide from what lies ahead. All we can do is to better prepare itself and, more importantly, bring our hearts and minds into harmony with the One who gave them to us for more noble purposes than just the existence or waste our lives on the receipt of money, sex and power. God help you and your family in 2012, and in the future.

Gay Veteran   January 26th, 2012 at 2:41 pm • Reply

Our number one problem that American jobs have been given to other countries, such as China:

Why did you buy products Apple (and other things made in China)?


mondobeyondo January 26th, 2012 at 3:20 pm •

I feel sorry for the many millions of people who do not have the opportunity — social, financial or any other — to leave the big city. When something does fail, these people will be essentially trapped.

Not everyone has a car, or money to buy a bus ticket out of town, or gasoline for the car. A plane ticket out of Dodge … Are you kidding me? For you, maybe, yes, but not for the less fortunate among us. These people can barely afford the bus fare to get to the other side of town! How can they afford a taxi, let alone a plane ticket?

These people will be trapped in the ghettos and suburbs, with no way out, and they will be doomed.


John Blythe January 26th, 2012 at 3:20 pm

Recently, indeed, there is a lot of similar cases across the country. I'm from the Kern Valley, a small community in Lake Isabella, California, it is located about 30 miles northeast of Bakersfield, and now I have the time I live in Los Angeles, and every other weekend I usually travel to Lake Isabella. I grew up there and spent the rest of his life, and that was incredibly friendly and peaceful community is gradually transformed into a "reserve" of racism and hate, "neo-Nazi white gangs." I noticed last year that there are more of vandalism, graffiti, and more — in the windows of some businesses painted with swastikas. In fact, my friend on Facebook recently, last week posted a post about how his brother was robbed by a small group of skinheads near a pizzeria. These are the things that you've never encountered in small rural towns as Lake Isabella / Kern Valley. And this is obviously becoming an epidemic in cities and towns across the country, and no one really pays attention to nne it.


Cinderella Man  January 26th, 2012 at 3:29 pm

Yes, Detroit — it's real hell. Just look at the show «Hardcore Pawn», and you will see the despair cash-strapped people. These people get so angry when the forest is not willing to accept their fake jewelry junk. It would be funny if it were not true. Yes folks, it's time to get out of town. However, if you are not prepared to survive in the wilderness or remote rural areas, you will not last long. When I read some of the posts that leave readers, especially such as the one wrote: "When the time comes, I'll just go to the mountains with my gun and fishing rod, and all will be well. "WRONG! I think most of you do not know or have forgotten that in the mountains there are many dangerous animals. The other day I heard a message stating that the wolves fit with each passing day is getting closer and closer to our ranch. Watch the movie "Grey" and estimate whether you have enough courage to meet one-on-one with a pack of wolves. I highly doubt it. Secondly, the weather. You might be wonderful to live in a tent in the summer, in any type of community hippies, but come fall and winter, and you are lost. Weather in the mountains is changing just like that. We here yesterday was the wind in the mountains about 100 miles per hour. You will die. This is not the romantic West that you saw in the movie. This is a beautiful hard cruel world, is not for wimps. Another point — gold. In a scenario PD (SHTF — a big claim. C) Your gold will be almost useless. We will not sell you a beef over a brick of gold. Stock up on food, fuel and ammunition. Maybe toiletries. You can not eat gold. Vbey afford it in the head. So good luck to you city slickers, my heart will be touched by your suffering, but we are in our wilderness will be ready to die to protect their own, so that thieves keep in mind, you do not know with whom you are in contact!


Ben Dover  January 26th, 2012 at 10:51 pm • Reply

The most dangerous wolves — two-legged.


xander cross  January 27th, 2012 at 8:42 am • Reply

It is surprising that Les still does business in Detroit. But then again, I'm starting to believe that the show — it's really fake and the script. The purpose of this show is to show that the downtrodden black people in desperate need of money. In the end, it's the same network that also features the show Jesse Ventura. It's all invented.


mark  January 26th, 2012 at 3:31 pm • Reply

I moved to the ranch, away from the major cities 11 years ago. This is the best of everything I've ever done. We were able to get water and eventually built a number of buildings. We have and we continue to build up the low ground, put additional protection from deer around the gardens. We have put a large greenhouse to extend the growing season, and use the purchased equipment for harvesting and storing hay. It's a great life if you like peace and you do not need a lot of people around. The work may be hard, but hard work for me — it's good. Make sure that you have the right to water in your yard, and if you can find a piece of spring water, it is a big plus, spring water is a big plus when there is no electricity. I could go on and on, but I have to go. I hope you find a good place if you are looking for. PS I do not want to live where the ground gets hard in the winter, and I do not have to divert rainwater.


Mondobeyondo January 26th, 2012 at 3:38 pm

These people do not want to live in decaying inner cities. But their options are limited. They have no money to move somewhere.

Do you think they like to live in places like this? In no case.

"Hi, this is Scott Pelley of CBS News, and standing next to me Nathan, a resident of central Detroit. Nathan spent most of his 35 years in Detroit, so obviously, it's his family home. He went to high school in this town, but could not afford to get a college education. He loves this place! Energizing shooting in the evenings, the possibility of getting shot in a drive-by shooting, hookers on every corner … no other American city does not represent the way the American dream as Detroit. Nathan, tell the American people about the daily adventures among whom you live here … "


Dr. Detroit January 26th, 2012 at 7:03 pm • Reply

This is good old Michael again mocks Detroit.

First, the most important thing — to Detroit all perfect in the center of the city, where there are casinos and sports arenas.

The problem is how to get there, in those areas that are protected, where many police officers — there is nothing going on.

Those people who come to watch the games, they come from the suburbs.

And do not forget about the racial tension and conflict, but all have in common that those cities which are mentioned in this article, Michael? All of them have 80 or more percent of the black population. And people with low incomes.

I live in downtown Detroit on the waterfront. There are in areas where there are people with money.


REED RICHARDS January 27th, 2012 at 6:01 am

Dr. Detroit,

Could it be that Michael does not like a minority of the population? Could be. Your point of view is clear. However, you must keep in mind the most important point that now the country is in the process of decline, social, economic and political decline of the American empire, albeit at a slightly slower pace. But the deterioration continues. The American empire will collapse, and the only question is — when, not if. So, enjoy the oasis where you live, it will not last too long.


Ben Dover January 26th, 2012 at 10:54 pm • Reply

Policy makers in these cities do not seem to miss a single party. In most of these cities, buildings, urban municipalities — the most beautiful buildings in the city.

r.bitting January 26th, 2012 at 4:25 pm • Reply

You can not escape from God's judgment. Many people mistakenly believe that life in the countryside will be much safer. While this may be so, during the initial phase of the economic collapse, but no one should be under a delusion, because people will do anything to survive, including those they will be seeking to extend the territory of livelihood. It appears every day in the animal world, when animals that are territorial in nature, they can not find enough food and water for themselves and their herds or flocks or pride, they leave their territory in search of the basic necessities. And you people really believe that you do not have to struggle to survive? I'm talking about the fight 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the constant protection of their own, because someone will always try to take it away from you. Now, as previously provided to all middle class will have to deal with some new players when it is put into an unfamiliar situation — to survive at all costs, and when there are children who need to be fed every civilization will be rejected. I find it amazing and ironic that at the very beginning, when the settlers arrived, America was a vast desert. The founders of the nation, which were sectarian-Christians from Europe, believed in the God of the Bible, and live in accordance with his teachings, and in return God has made America the greatest country on Earth. Then America are puffed up, and eventually numb. She began to question the authenticity of God's word, and even removed it from the urban areas. God, in turn, gave them to reap the fruits of their own labors, and today, in its current form, the United States — is morally bankrupt nation is full of murderers, rapists, thieves, adulterers, and the like, where on any given day you can find the unbelievers who busy reading blogs devoted to the economic collapse that "as live" and to make all necessary preparations to return to the savage state, so they can avoid having to deal with the consequences of what they've done. Yes, I know that it is God's judgment against the people that knew the truth and rejected it. From those to whom much is given, much will be demanded. As I said, you can not escape from God's judgment. Your only hope — is repentance and return to God.


David January 26th, 2012 at 4:48 pm • Reply

Moving forward, yes. I made this move in February last year, and in October, went even further. The only drawback is that I do not dare to go home with their "cost" light, because I can not get to the nearest gas station the next morning, but I am sure that I am now far away from the city and all the problems of crime.


7 Aurelius January 26th, 2012 at 5:33 pm • Reply

To go from the big cities? Try to leave the country. I had already left.


William January 26th, 2012 at 5:48 pm • Reply

Well, do not run away from yourself. However, there are places where the laws are and conservative values (not in the political sense of the word) are stored. I'm thinking of moving out of the city with a population of about 65,000, further south in the town of about 13,000.


an4 January 26th, 2012 at 5:51 pm • Reply

I never knew it before, prior to the crisis at the Japanese nuclear plant in March, but this is very alarming:

116 million Americans live within 50 miles of nuclear power plants and nuclear power plants of our age!

Here is an excellent site about the nuclear crisis in Japan and how it affects the United States:

(I am not affiliated with this site, it's just one of the few sites that tell about the crisis in Japan, which is still far from complete)

Did you know that the radiation from Japan has been found in the air, milk, drinking water in the U.S.?


DanShaw  January 26th, 2012 at 6:16 pm • Reply

Now is the time to find friends or family members who live in the village, who share your values and who know that bad times are coming. Strength in numbers.

While strength in numbers, there is also a need for food and shelter. So do not expect to come to mom / dad home with nothing, except with the feeling of hunger.

Many families are working together to create things that can support all participants. Time to do it now.

If you can not leave it on the internet there are several courses that will help you prepare to survive where you live now. Just google «survive in place» («survive on the spot").


El Pollo de Oro January 26th, 2012 at 7:55 pm • Reply

American Banana Republic (damn hole Third World, which used to be the Los Estados Unidos) continues to rot and fall apart economically, its cities will become more and more dangerous. If you want to look at the future of ill-ADB, look closely at Caracas, Ciudad Juarez, Johannesburg and Port Moresby, that's how the city will look like ADB. The rich will live in gated communities with armed bodyguards; poor majority will live in ghettos and slums. Blood will flow in the streets.

The density of the population of large cities ADB will make them very dangerous, poor, armed with guns and knives, will be ready for anything. And for those who think that small towns and rural areas are sure to be safe, think again. Think about the pandemic of methamphetamine in small town America, and that talk of the white drug addict is less dangerous than a color — it's a racist myth that spread neoKKKony, fascists, robber barons and "White Boots» (White Shoe Boys). The poor, the hungry, desperate people — is still poor, hungry and desperate people, regardless of whether they are black or white, urban or rural areas.

Further, in the north of Mexico there are many small towns to live in which is actually much more dangerous than in Mexico City, which says a lot. So agriculture is not necessarily safer than the city, when despair is so widespread. Urban or rural you are, keep the pistol loaded and know how to use it when needed, when it's damn hole Third World under the name American Banana Republic will roll from bad to much, much worse. In what dark, dark times we live


Gary2 January 26th, 2012 at 8:30 pm

This is because the country has a huge disparity in the distribution of wealth and income. 6 members of the Walton family (Walton — The owners of the supermarket chain Wallmart, Translator's Note) Are richer and have more income than the bottom 30% of the population. 6 people have more than 90 million lyuchey. WTF???

Rigidly impose taxes ********** rich and distribute it ************* wealth!


Jack January 26th, 2012 at 10:32 pm • Reply

The solution of problems can not be "grab bags and run" to another area, and learn how to grow food where you live. In a small area you can grow a lot of products. "Victory Gardens" were a response to hunger after the Second World War in most European countries. Small groups of people work together to plant, grow and protect the garden, which serves the needs of their families.

Pick up the kids from the street to the garden, to learn and to teach. Community kitchens, where everyone brings something to the common table, and not just come with an empty cup.

Each family grows by one some vegetables per day, which will go into the general large pot.

The information received indicates that the problem has several solutions, not just run away somewhere. Reach out with information that will help people take advantage of the resources that are available out there where they are, and not to flood other areas, which themselves may be on the brink, and with an additional influx of "runners" just might drown.


Ed_B January 26th, 2012 at 11:06 pm • Reply

"You can not eat gold"

if I do not hear that idiotic phrase, it means that this will happen very soon ******! I can not have my truck, boots, chainsaw, cultivator, and hundreds of other things too, but I can not use them all. The same thing will happen with gold and silver, at the right time and the right place. No one knows when the collapse happened, not to mention what it will be. It is best to be prepared for different situations and barter items will be one of them. If nothing happens, then a precious metals you can protect all the wealth which possess. We KNOW that inflation brings forth the dollar up to scratch as we speak. shows that inflation — somewhere in the range of 8-10%, not 3.5% as of this breshet Fed. I'm not saying that we do not need anything more than gold or silver, I say that in addition to food, weapons, ammunition, medicines, tools, etc., everyone should have a little bit of gold.


Options January 26th, 2012 at 11:47 pm • Reply

Fell out of town? Hell, it is necessary to bring down out of the country! World — big and there are many beautiful places where you can live, if you're adventurous, or saved enough money to "start all over again." People have been doing it for centuries. The Second World War brought to this country countless immigrants from all over Europe, and before that we were refugees from hunger, etc. Of course, learn Spanish or Thai can be a challenge, but if you find a nice safe place to live away from excessively troublesome and the prying eyes of the U.S. government, why not?


Airborne71 January 26th, 2012 at 11:58 pm • Reply

In the case of the arrival of BP, there you have a plan to get out of town? Have you been this way before? How about we go at night in low visibility conditions, in rain or fog or snow? Do you have a topographic map? Which shows all the roads and even footpaths. How about an alternative route if the main is blocked or closed by the police and the military to make you and your loved ones enclosed in your city? If your machine will be taken away, or it will not start, do you have any other means of transportation? The time has come to determine this, and to practice how to get out of town. Time is rapidly running out and it left a little to do all this and more. It is better to start now.


Mike January 27th, 2012 at 5:23 am

We live on 62 acres in a rural area and we like it, no hard times come close! They are already here! Is there anyone who still thinks that it is necessary to pull his head out of the sand! it's time to pray for the best, but prepare for the worst. Take care of your safety!


Ol 'Grey Ghost  January 27th, 2012 at 6:25 am • Reply

Do not move to a small town (less 20 000) which are arranged on any of the major highways. If you can get there in a matter of minutes using a modern road network, it can also make and scale that will follow you out of the big cities.

And if you want to escape to rural America, when things fall apart, then now is the time to start start make friends in these areas. When BP happen, rural children, it will be difficult distinguishing you from the evil of that which you're running, and many of you will receive a charge of buckshot …


Jim January 27th, 2012 at 8:17 am

Report: Chicago — 70 big bands, which include 68,000 people.

It was published in today «Chicago Tribune»

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