So this would be my strategy: You don’t need to stock up on food and water. You just need to make a list of all those leftists who laughed and find out where they keep their food and water. When the shit hits the fan; that is where you go.
No seriously, it is always a good idea to be prepared. Have a “bug-out” rucksack packed for three days. Have some ammunition and fuel and think of worst case scenarios, because it is not just about a civil war or nuclear war situation; You can have severe hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes or a meteorite hitting the earth.
But there is nothing wrong with being prepared and having a plan. Remember that an electromagnetic impulse coming from a nuclear device exploded in the atmosphere can burn out all silicone chips in all computers, so your cell phone might not work and neither will your GPS and car. There are chips in everything. Roads will be congested. You will probably find that you will get further with a bicycle.
This warning from the German government did not come as a surprise to me. However one has to ask: “What do they know that we don’t?”
You see…for years the Western governments have told their people that things were getting better. In 2007 they had 170,000 troops in Iraq. Al Qaida was anon-entity and well defeated. Troop withdrawal started and completed by December 2011.
But then the Arab Spring, which started a year earlier in December 2010 with the fall of Tunisia, followed by Egypt, Yemen and Lybia (2011), started going badly wrong in Syria in 2012.
The Americans were hardly out of Iraq or Nouri al-Maliki, the American puppet Prime Minister (and a Shia-Muslim), started to arrest the leftovers from Sadam Hussein’s Ba’ath Party (mostly Sunnis’) including vice president Tariq al-Hashimi who fled to Turkey.
All these Sunni’s that were purged from the Iraqi Army, Police and Civil Service suddenly found themselves without a job and started turning to crime and joining the leftovers of Al-Qaida or vice versa. However, these were high-ranking officers and even generals who brought structure and discipline to terrorist ranks and suddenly in 2014, ISIS/ISIL burst onto the scene almost out of nowhere.
It was clear that these were not the old Al-Qaida anymore. These guys had tanks, armed vehicles and state of the art weaponry. They were organised… and on the 29th June 2014 declared a Caliphate known as “The Islamic State” or IS.
In 2014 a Civil War started in the Ukraine due to the eastern part who did not want to join the Western part in the European Union and NATO and wanted to remain Russian, resulting in a referendum on the Crimea and Russia annexing the Crimea on 18 March 2014.
As the situation in Syria turned for the worse, Bashar al-Assad asked the Russians for help to defeat the rebels and insurgents. America and France were bombing ISIS in northeastern Syria and in 2015 millions of refugees started streaming into Europe. Under this blanket of refugees, ISIS smuggled in thousands of terrorists who are now sleepers in European countries from where they launch terrorist attacks in France, Belgium, and Germany.
Currently, we see the Turkish dictator Erdogan consolidating more and more power, divorcing the West, having an affair with Putin and wanting to reinstate the Ottoman Empire.
It doesn’t take much to realize that the world is a far worse place now than what it was before 11 September 2001 and strategists have no real answer as to what to do.
David Kilcullen, the Australian-born Counter Insurgency strategist and expert admits defeat in his book, “Blood Year: Terror and the Islamic state”.
What is “disaggregation”? Basically, he wants to turn terrorism into a non-entity by splitting the terrorists up into individual parts, where they are so insignificant that hardly anybody notices any of them. Deny the terrorists the attention they crave by denying them their support.
|Mike’s fridge is stocked|
|Bug out bags are ready|