The only strategic relocation is nowhere (now-here)
January 4, 2013 in Preparedness
I watched the video strategic relocation and my mouth dropped when I heard the relocation expert Joel Skousen say that the worst place on earth to relocate is on a Caribbean island. I live in Sint Maarten so I though how can such a tiny dot on a map matter to a globalist? Where would be the best place to ‘hide’? if not on an island, maybe on a mountain top? I guess if I learn to become a hippie, generate my own water, grow my own food, power my own energy and dig a deep-enough whole to call it my second home, I might be able to resist the chaos a little longer then those stock in the cities.
Despite the inspiring thought of living a ‘simple’ life surrounded by nature, I can’t help thinking that maybe there is no such thing as a safe place. If it’s global, then it’s going to affect the globe, so maybe survival is not about the ‘where’ but about the ‘when’.
Chemtrails are being sprayed world-wide and spread by winds all over the planet. The toxic blanket covering the earth today kills by contact every form of non-GMO life and threatens our very own existence by forcing our bodies to host destructive alien parasites (commonly called Morgellons desease). The truth is that we are all being wipe-dead like cockroaches. Hopefully the awakened will stop the bug-spray before getting micro-shipped like dogs.
Maybe the only strategic location we can be in is in front of our computer right here and now. Our technology is offering us the opportunity to awaken the people and change the course of history. Imagine if previous generations had such a chance, would the world be a better place by now? During world war II, If the jewish knew the nazis were coming to exterminate them, would they stand against them? If we don’t use this chance now, we never will because our ability to communicate will soon be taken away by censorship and control of the internet.
The key to our survival might not be to individually run for a refuge but to collectively focus and wake up as many people as we can. The change we all want can only occur when we leave our comfort zone, not when we search for one.