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As David mentioned in his recent vid, let's revisit this topic.

Last time we talked about this, we watched the British drama and said any food stash will be taken, no point in having a generator because the sound would attract looters and you'll risk your life etc.

 

Anyway, I bought a camping gas stove but then realised that it will be ok to heat up some boiling water for a cup of tea or warm up a tinned food but I will soon run out of gas canister.

I then looked at BioLite to cook and recharge electric at the same time but realised that you have to use it every 6 months to keep it functioning.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRAjcYRA81g

 

I guess if they do a blackout, of course, there will be no internet. If fire breaks out in your neighbourhood, you have to walk to the nearest fire station to tell them etc...

Sick people who rely on machines to keep them alive will die unless they are in hospital where there is a back-up generator.

Oh dear, this post is not very positive, is it?

 

I personally think they won't do it in the UK.

If we can't use phones, internet, the elites have to walk to No.10 to discuss issues with our PM etc....

No more Zoom or netflicks guys. lol

 

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At first i had a hard time to wrap my head arround a deliberate carried out "blackout" scenario, as it directly combats order and control.

But the more i think about it, it doesent need to last for too long, just long enough that people scream for security (cyber-security).

Its the old Problem/Solution tactic.

One needs to keep in mind that most people wont put up with Covid19 restrictions forever, because right now they are still under the illusion that these restrictions will eventually come to an end. (Because thats what they were promised by the MSM).

To justify this "new normal" for at least this generation, they need different kind of threats, that renew that fear.

 

My advice is to be prepared for it in the best way possible without going over board with it. That means dont waste money on stuff that would become useless if "blackout" does not come in the near future. Just use it on what you would need otherwise anyway.

 

We just cannot ignore it, because acting when its upon us, is simply too late. Most people do not understand what it means to be without power for more than a couple of hours, let alone weeks. Our system is entirely dependend on it, without it, nothing works.

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The important thing to realize about (Nationwide) blackout is that within 3 days ALL the shops and supermarkets will be looted ... they have done this before in NY . Basically there's no law and order , no police , or they're overwhelmed , and people just grab what they want ... Then after the dust settles the government will probably take control of food ....

 

Regarding cooking and heating water check out "rocket stove" on Youtube .... a super efficient way of burning , a handful of twigs (even available in a city)  will cook a meal .

 

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I have been wondering this and planning. I wasn’t sure how long they would make it last for, having the TVs, Netflix etc keeps the sheep sheeping, and people apart. So why create a blackout? This theme of cyber security is starting to creep up, especially at the world economic forum. So i would guess something like a 3 day blackout at the max is enough to make people panic and welcome the Orwellian cyber security. I guess there’s the fine line of making it long enough for panic but not too long so people start to congregate again. Most important thing for survival is water. Half my freezer is recycled water bottles full up and I’ve got some life water filter thing that last about 3 years a piece. Food would only be a problem if looted from shops, maybe a week tops wait for shops to restock, good luck everyone, we know what’s coming so let’s prepare for ourselves and loved ones 

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Things we learned from this Covid also mentioned by DI in the video... people filled up their freezers but in a blackout, it will quickly perish.

So even though it's not very nutritious, definitely tinned food, dried food like pasta, powdered custard, instant soup powdered milk, vaccuum packed rice, crackers etc

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A lot of people will die and others become desperate and worn down further, as well as the whole thing creating another distraction.

 

something else to consider is, if they do this at the start of next year when vaccines are available to the wider public, they perhaps they will have aid centres where you pick up food & water etc that is needed for your family but you can’t enter if you’re not vaccinated. Food for thought. Desperate people do desperate things.

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surely they will have a table top simulation drill such as event 201 before they "go live" with this?

It's going to be absolute chaos otherwise especially after the scandemic pushing everyone onto work from home, video conferenceing etc

I bet they will use the power cut to conveiently run the banks into the ground like in cyprus as predicted by Neil McCoy-Ward

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2 hours ago, ItsTheTruthThough said:

A lot of people will die and others become desperate and worn down further, as well as the whole thing creating another distraction.

 

something else to consider is, if they do this at the start of next year when vaccines are available to the wider public, they perhaps they will have aid centres where you pick up food & water etc that is needed for your family but you can’t enter if you’re not vaccinated. Food for thought. Desperate people do desperate things.

Yep. When they are hungry especially if they have children, they will sell their soul.

This is a test of time. Spiritual journey is perilous.

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I am sure I can manage a fire.

Water is easy in my location. 

In terms of food, we have some limited winter crops, but generally can manage on canned food/jars/pasta. 

 

If things got really bad and violence threatened, there aren't guns aplenty in the UK. Would need to manage with chucks, baseball bats, sledge hammer, axe or an antique katana.

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16 minutes ago, BridgeBuilder said:

Yep. When they are hungry especially if they have children, they will sell their soul.

This is a test of time. Spiritual journey is perilous.

 

I think it has been shown that people will resort to cannibalism within 9 days of no food. 

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uruguayan_Air_Force_Flight_571

 

 

 

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