Like many southerners. I have a family farm. It's in a sustainable small community. 5 plus acres against a national forest. A closet full of shotguns ...
Khannea Suntzu's insight:
Like many southerners. I have a family farm. It's in a sustainable small community. 5 plus acres against a national forest. A closet full of shotguns and a drawer full of bibles. collapse of society doesn't mean much to me. If anything, it means I can stop going to work and play on my tractor all day and hunt white tail.
Emp, Ebola, gold value.... What ever. I couldn't care less. My problem is preppers. When I meet other preppers, usually city preps, I always want to talk about the farm. I could use another family with guns to help guard things. But I hesitate. Many of them have this 'survival of the fittest' mentality. I get this weird feeling that their unspoken plan is to leave the city and take a farm by force. I can deal with the unfortunate begging at the door. But some well armed prepper from the city w a bunch of tacticool ar15's is an f'n problem. My morality doesn't come from society. The collapse changes nothing in terms of my guiding principles. I would never take another mans farm by force.
The idea that the Obama administration has the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie. The U.S. national debt has actually grown by more than a trillion dollars in less than 12 months. We continue to wildly run up debt as if there is no tomorrow, and by doing so we are destroying the future of this nation.
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