Reader Comments are often better than posted articles…

Snowleopard says:
January 6, 2012 at 7:10 pm

One vision of life after the plague:

FIRST PASS: (Officer friendly in bio suit) “Please come with us to a place where you can be provided for. No further deliveries to this area are possible and utility services are unreliable.”

SECOND PASS: (Heavily Armed Police/Military) “In accordance with Emergency Order BS01 this area is contaminated and must be evacuated. We will escort you to a processing center where you CAN be assigned to a resettlement area.” Of course, processing includes a required vaccination.


“Terrorist cleansing”. Persons in area without approved ID, transponders or microchips are “removed” by sweeps and patrols.

“Resource recovery”. Caches/stores/supplies of food, fuel, precious metals, trade goods, weapons etc. are “liberated”.

Infrastructure destruction in “no go” areas: Wells, livestock, houses, and unneeded bridges are destroyed. “No-Go” area designated “Wilderness: Entry by permit only”. Robot drones attack humans or vehicles without current transponders.


Area in vision mostly rural uplands and more consistent with US than UK. No timeline. Not saying this will happen. Probably one of many potentials. I like this quote from Terminator: “The future is not set. No fate but what we make.”

PS Have not watched movies or TV in years.


A Reader Comment from:
“2012: Predictions of a Mad Tin Foiler”:http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SHTFplan/~3/mxPuBtssO-0/2012-predictions-of-a-mad-tin-foiler_01032012


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