Hello Everybody, Frank here.
morning I was reading SurvivalBlog, as I do daily, and the main post
there caught my eye. I'd like to share it with you and encourage you to
also read it. The basic premise is how to reorganize, on a community
after a collapse. Is it a perfect article? Probably not. Do I
agree with everything in it down to the letter? No. I've been married
for 30+ years. Do I agree with everything my long-term spouse says or
does? Well, that answer is obvious. So, if you're looking for a perfect
world, you're not going to find it here on earth. Nobody is perfect and no plans are perfect, and if you are in touch with reality, then there is no perfect solution. Now, let's get past this perfect thing.
If you want to be part of a solution after a collapse, then you, me and everybody else are going to have to accept the differences in people. We can either help or we can hinder. There's no room for those that won't help. I hope you get my drift here.
I hope you enjoy this first article, it was published today, Saturday, October 24, 2015 on SurvivalBlog.
Howdy Folks, and Welcome to Our Neighborhood!, by ShepardFarmerGeek
second article is by the same author. It was written a little while
back. It's the same general theme, but it deals with how to set up
structure and organization immediately after a collapse, or natural
disaster, or whatever the setting is. This second article, follow me
here, is the first link in the first article, but you have the link
A Community Action Plan, by ShepardFarmerGeek
and Gentlemen, we are all strongly aware that some type of catastrophe
is coming. Let's take our blinders off and look around our world. I'm
not going to go into details here about possible scenarios or black swan
events, and I'm not going to try to reference this as being an apocalyptic type event, but it's coming.
think you'll like both of these articles. The first one caused me to
think. It's well done, and it's worth the read. Please share your
comments afterwards. Every chance you get, read SurvivalBlog, it's worth the read, too. Take care.
We'll talk more later, Frank