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I quit watching television several years ago, realizing it was all controlled. I still own one of coarse, but not hooked to any outside system, to be used to watch movies for entertainment. But to be fair to the History Channel, owned jointly, by NBC, General Electric, Walt Disney, ABC, let’s show their presentation on survival Titled: After Armageddon-A Look At A Post SHTF Situation and decide if watching this helps you prepare for the scenario they present.
The scenario does not matter, it could be nuclear war, nuclear leak (at home or abroad), hurricanes, a dollar crash, revolution, or as in this scenario a global pandemic with a family trying to escape a large city ( Los Angeles), actually any large city would do.
The film runs 1 hour and 26 minutes and is well worth watching to keep you from following the horrible ideas within it. Leave it to the Zionist News networks to lead you astray. So do yourself a favor and do not follow it too closely. Hopefully this wasn’t aimed at “preppers” just starting to learn survival skills.
When you need water don’t use radiator water, as the film depicts. Chances are it will contain antifreeze that will cause kidney and liver damage that might lead to death. At the time they were surround by plants that could have provided water, such as the barrel cactus and no doubt prickly pear . They could have obtained water from cactus and food from other plants rather than messing with the rattlesnake. Sure it’s edible, but the one in the film, because of the location, was probably a Mojave Greenback, the most poisonous of all.
A proper way to acquire water is to dig a shallow pit, deep enough to place a can or bucket in the bottom, below the rim of the pit, cover it with plastic, secure the perimeter with rocks. While building it, place the bucket or can in the center, surrounded by plant material, and when built, place a weight in the center of the plastic cover over the bucket. Moisture will condense from the plant material on the underside of the plastic liner during the day and drip into the can or bucket when the sun goes down. So did the film help with this idea? No because of who designed the film!
They got the fecal and urinary products partly right. A plastic 5 gallon bucket will work, but dumping it in the backyard without covering it with lime will draw flies and aid the spread of disease even further. It was a global pandemic they were up against right?
As for toilet paper look for a plant called Mullein (Latin Name:
Verbascum ssp), backpackers use it in an emergency, it has a velvety feel and is soft but tough. As you can see from the map on usda it is pretty wide spread.
Perhaps they will mess up the Bill in the text of the law, as I have just recently learned with most gun legislation .