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The point of no return

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November 15, 2012 in Preparedness


I recently watched “Strategic Relocation” as great as it was and there was one thing that concerned me. Joel Skoussen seems to be thinking that if we really prepped enough we could survive a nuclear war.

This is DANGEROUS AND FOOLISH thinking. We must, at all costs, prevent a nuclear war. If that happens the preppers won’t survive. We would have passed the point of no return.


First, either “side” could use their nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons against the entire land mass of the US and wipe out the preppers in those rural areas. There is a reason they are planning on hiding underground. Even if that doesn’t happen could you survive the subsequent attacks from the now underground elite? What would prevent them for launching their drones, killer robots, and mind controlled soldiers to wipe out the preppers before they retunred to the surface?

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2 responses to The point of no return

  1. I keep forgetting to let you people know about a method of communication, which cannot be intercepted by anyone, other than the intended recipient.
    Using a laser pointer at one end and a solar panel to receive and visa versa, private communication can be achieved (Line-of-sight (LOS)), with clear weather… This YouTube video is in french but by watching it, you’ll understand most of it anyway… If you think you need more detail, then find someone who understands French or Canadian French, to interpret it… Someone with a background in electronics would also be helpful… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN1X6vXA-Y0&feature=share&list=PLEE9A6A16EE204419

    Good luck and please forward this to other groups, who could benefit by it…


  2. It is true, you can only prepare so much. Get this book !. It will at least help.

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