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Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 15:29 [Preview] No. 45063
What do you plan on doing if you survive a global nuclear war? Will you join a team of marauders to loot others or have you already prepared for SHTF and willing to kill looters? Do you plan on killing yourself if times become unbearably tough or will you man it out and live the best you can manage? Are you addicted to alcohol or drugs? If so, are you ready to stop being dependent on those substances?

Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 15:52 [Preview] No.45064 del
assuming theres no real Govt. & everything goes "great", i'd try becoming an opium peddler; growing opium/breadseed poppies, gathering their latex, and refining it into opium, in whatever community is still alive
people like drugs, and aside from abusing them, they still serve their purpose as medicine anyways
along side that i have a vast array of seeds in a seedvault, and the knowledge on how to grow them

Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 15:59 [Preview] No.45065 del
Good idea. People like you will be useful. Yes, we will need medicine if worse comes to worse, and I'm sure gunshot victims will be seeking things like narcotics and alcohol. Same as our Founding Fathers had to go through. Life would be very tough for those who survive. We'll need to go back to a bartering economy. Government will still exist btw, just not in the same way today or nearly as powerful, they won't be able to carry out nation-wide law enforcement, it will more likely be a military arm of the government defending borders and supplying aid to the the "continuity" process.

That said, the red flags for a nuclear exchange, if you live far outside major populated areas or targets, will be the power grid and internet going out and not coming back. If you face 8 hours not knowing what is going on, offline and in the dark, with no radio communications, you know it's time to hunker down. Whatever you own you will have to survive off of during the radioactive fallout (2 to 3 weeks).

Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 16:02 [Preview] No.45066 del
im planning to die in the bombing so my plan is just dangling my legs on the edge of a cloud while thrum on my harp

Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 16:04 [Preview] No.45067 del
If you want to be incinerated within seconds all you have to do is live in a major city or near a strategic target.

Anonymous 01/17/2023 (Tue) 16:06 [Preview] No.45068 del
cheers mate

Anonymous 01/18/2023 (Wed) 00:06 [Preview] No.45073 del

Anyone can use the website linked below to simulate what a nuclear attack around your area would look like and how much death and damage calculated. You can pick nuke yields too from the smallest "Davy Crockett" to the highly feared "Tsar Bomb" (largest nuke from the USSR).


Anonymous 01/18/2023 (Wed) 16:52 [Preview] No.45077 del
New documentary by Steve Quayle & Mike Adams called "Grid Down, What Now?"

A special documentary about surviving when the grid goes down, cell towers are offline and the worst case scenario has emerged. Predictions and analysis from Steve Quayle and Mike Adams. Learn how to maintain communications using satellite technology. See examples of how to have backup power options to keep your electronics, phones, laptops and flashlights fully charged, or even run small appliances.

Mirror One: https://www.brighteon.com/e17bfd4a-3a8a-46e1-a264-85405cf5c3d5

Mirror Two: https://www.bitchute.com/video/Kx0KISZGqy57/ [Embed]

I got this downloaded and am ripping myself a DVD copy of it. Going to watch it later on today.

Anonymous 01/18/2023 (Wed) 21:23 [Preview] No.45082 del
Keep an eye on this channel, The Duran. A British and Greek duo discuss global economics, geo-politics and conflicts around the world almost daily with interviews from those who had careers such as government officials, diplomats, corporate executives, military analysts, historians, et al. From this you can detect trends which will help you better prepare for what is to come, and be able to detect warning signs far before average normies ever would catch on.


Anonymous 01/19/2023 (Thu) 10:25 [Preview] No.45085 del
Watched this and was kind of disappointed as this was like watching an infomercial. I've been prepping for these types of events for a long time and I am disappointed what little info is actually presented on this subject.

I'll give a list of examples of what kind of info they left out, deliberately or not: 1) the real threats after such an event like social unrest and marauding and how you must be ready to defend yourself and loved ones, 2) there are so many other solutions for off-grid energy such as solar trickle charging 12Vs for makeshift power inverters, residential solar systems and paneling, residential electric wind turbine systems, gas and propane generation, wood burning generators, you can use wood burning stoves for heat during winter and a host of other "low tech" and "no tech" solutions, 3) they fail to mention the most basic issue and that is fallout from a nuclear war and how you'll need clean water to survive (that alone will determine your fate) [ie if you rely on tap water, you should consider stocking up on bottled water and invest in a rain water collection system to set-up when SHTF, or even an atmospheric water generator], 4) Steve Quayle did mention how the government can track phones and find where people are and yes that is a threat but he fails to mention how to properly faraday cage these devices so they can't be tracked yet still safe from an EMP and 5) they fail to mention basic skill sets average people will have to know after such a crisis: medical care, hunting, gardening, mechanical and electrical repair, salvaging and refining, welding, construction work, lumber work, milling, etc. And that's months after it's safe from all the fallout that dissipates. The biggest thing people will be concerned with is surviving the fallout and they'll need underground shelter with a ton of supplies stocked up. Forget about others until the fallout is cleared, they'll either be prepared or they'll be dead.

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Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov yesterday stated that Ukraine is being used as proxy by the West, or are “waging war against our country with the same task: the ‘final solution’ of the Russian question…Just as Hitler wanted a ‘final solution’ to the Jewish question, now, if you read Western politicians…they clearly say Russia must suffer a strategic defeat.” In contrast, Western foreign policy analyst Ulrich Speck recently put it that “Either Russia’s defeat will deal a decisive blow to its imperial ambitions, or any Russian achievements in the war will encourage it to continue reshaping the continent by force.“ Where is the Lennon in all this Nazism vs. Imperialism?

In Davos, Henry Kissinger says Ukraine should now join NATO, and neutrality is no longer an option, reversing his previous stance after seeing what happened with Finland and Sweden. Germany says it will only supply Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, and allow them to be sent there by anybody else, if the US provides Abrams tanks too: NATO either goes all in, or it doesn’t go in at all, is Berlin’s message. So, which will it be, if Russia declares war and/or mobilises?

Consider the economic impact of a further escalation. The war would shift from military inventories to military production, and between a war economy and an anything-but-war economy. Yet the CSIS already point out it will take 2.5 to 18 years to rebuild key US arms inventories Ukraine is depleting even before any escalation. Another report notes ‘The US Can't Make Enough Plutonium Triggers for Its Nuclear Warheads’, as Russia and China accelerate their nuclear arms programs.

Of course, defense spending in most Western countries is small beer compared to the rest of the economy – but that is the point: it would need to rise rapidly, and stay high. And it would do this in a very tight labour market: would those losing tech jobs producing trigger warnings have to be reallocated to producing triggers? The point is a serious one behind the pun.

Even if all this scares you or bores you into focusing only on what stocks or bond yields did yesterday, consider the rate implications of military escalation needing more production; and broader political-economy structural questions, given high debt levels; and global systemic ones, given the risks to markets from economic war of various forms. Or don’t – but you don’t then get to act all surprised again.


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