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Places You Would Rather Not Be When SHTF

We would all naturally rather not deal with any sort of disaster or catastrophe.  Best case, if something happens, maybe it would be a minor inconvenience that we could wait out and weather in our own homes without too much inconvenience.

On the other hand, if SHTF in a big way, some of us have been fortunate enough to identify and secure retreats that offer additional insulation from what is going on.  Not everyone has gotten that far or has that luxury, but there are additional steps which can be taken if you knew which areas were most likely to get “hit” the hardest.

SHTF Plan shares areas in the United States that they say would be the last places you want to be if/when it happens.

“Liberal havens have become largely clueless about the real world about them, and have turned a blind eye to the destabilizing forces that are compounding upon them.

Liberal cities that:

a) have exploded with crime, riots and unrest

b) have provided sanctuary for millions of illegal immigrants that have destabilized the country

c) are going bankrupt and will be unable to fulfill pension obligations, or pay their share of social security, welfare, etc.

d) have been foremost in advocating gun control, and ensuring that only criminals and police have guns, while 2nd Amendment arm-bearing citizen have flocked to the rural areas where their rights are not generally restricted

e) will be the first places to be become unstable during any major crisis – as soon as grocery store shelves go empty. Martial law will be the only way to maintain stability, and that will come at a further price to liberty.

f) will be the first place to line up for FEMA camps and beg for food, shelter and rations, again, at a further price to liberty

Getting as far away from the large population hubs in America as possible should be looked at as ‘survival rule #1’ as ‘population density’ is one of the most important survival criteria.  Finding a place out in the mountains or the country should be a priority for anyone still stuck in the cities or large suburbs.”

Overall, their advice is to stay away from these large cities.  Otherwise, you face the risk of being stampeded in the search for food, fuel, or a way out by potentially millions of people that reside there, many of which have no idea what to do if the system breaks down.

Article via: shtfplan.com

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