You mentioned you chose Australia as your retreat locale. Could you explain why? I get the sense it has to do with nuclear war and a global ice age. I'm also wondering what parts of Australia you recommend - won't they have a HUGE resource problem, especially food, water, and energy? And do you recommend Australia for a foreigner (U.S.), or staying put and bunkering down here?
Australia is the only totally self-sufficient Western nation on earth. Although the current economy has been skewed towards dependency through a series of artificial restrictions and transfers of ownership, it remains an island onto itself which could completely provide for it's own needs if it had to do so.Australia has never undergone glaciation. Ice Age for us means colder, drier and shorter summers. It is likely agriculture will still be possible here on a broad scale even in the worst of climates.Australia is still 92% European. We can police ourselves and control troublemakers if push comes to shove. An ethnic uprising here would likely result in a radical shift to white nationalism and virtual expulsion of everybody with different objectives.I'd recommend Australia for emigration from the U.S. except the restrictions now are some of the toughest in the world for new immigrants. If you come here you have to be able to prove you will be taking care of yourself and not burdening the social system.
I'm betting Tex has a supercharged 'police interceptor' in an underground garage over behind sparkgap, and a leather suit hanging among his NBC coveralls in the bunker closet.if you want to know why he's *really* in Australia...(A Thousand Good Intentions)
F*ck off we're full!
Texthat would have to be the best post you have ever written!and the worst post you have ever postedwe got enough bloody yanks here already, I'm just getting used to you dam it.and to all you Americans over there.STAY THERE, CLEAN UP YOUR OWN MESS Oh and what bodder's said in triplicate
This I think is a good review of the Star Wars prequels, to which a lot of criticisms seem to come from a society that is losing it. The reviewer does point out some issues in our society and I think comes to a good defense of the movies, in a way that I think is relevant to this blog:http://www.friesian.com/starwars.htm
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