|22 April 2016 - North Idaho
The clock is ticking.
Whatever scenario you envision, and whatever the realities may be that unfold, physically positioning yourself off the primary lines of attack is the most fundamental and prudent decision you can take. No place is guaranteed to be untouched - but, if there are riots in Baltimore and Storm Troopers in DC and disruption of food deliveries in Chicago - yet you are not in Baltimore, DC or Chicago, you will be ahead of the game.
Are you in a place with fewer than average vulnerabilities? Can you secure food, water and heat if traditional sources go dry? Can you keep your shelter if half the people in your neighborhood get hungry? If your local Brown Shirts begin rabble-rousing, how many people can you put on the X in your neighborhood?
America is in terminal decline. The overwhelming majority of her people have rotted from the inside and have no moral compass. Our systems that keep the lights on and shelves filled at grocery stores are fragile in the face of sudden shifts off the status quo. Tensions are high between many groups of citizens.
The worst part of it all: There is a significant percentage of people who believe it is in their best interests to break the machine. They see gain in the chaos that would ensue. There always have been, and always will be, such people. But it appears they have never had a better chance of actually realizing their goals than now.
Literally and figuratively, you should have your back against a wall, right now.