Dear City-Dweller: Yes, You’re Going to be Tortured, Yes, It will Probably be Gay Torture by Trannies

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Also, all of these same stores (as well as Wal-Mart) have all stopped doing transactions with change.
I noticed that the last couple of times I bought groceries. I remember they rolled out the "nationwide coin shortage" bit last year, but it went away at some point.
 

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If you are in the UK it is very hard to get out of the reach of shitlib overlords. They are everywhere, down to local council level. The UK doesn't have the space of the USA. It is hard to find somewhere (a) out of the shitlib zone (b) which isn't super expensive (c) where you can make some kind of a living (d) you can get permission to live there at all.

For a lot of people it might be easier to get out of the UK and make a life somewhere else.

Everything is going to shit very quickly. Once they stop paying people to stay at home there will be pandemonium.
At least get some gear
Get a big crossbow at least 20 bolts, buy or better made for yourself a ghillie suit and train to be stealthy,buy some cheap night vision from amazon
all of this you can buy it in UK.....
I know that is better have gun like a glock or pump shotgun (or both) but we know getting a gun license is almost impossible now because lockdowns I renewed mine last year but I live in Italy, I wish I have more money to buy ammo and stuff but I'm still better than the 99% around me
 

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I noticed that the last couple of times I bought groceries. I remember they rolled out the "nationwide coin shortage" bit last year, but it went away at some point.
It's a good example, I think, of how the Elites will phase different New Normals into the society gradually and via the technique of Gradualism. But they will introduce some radical new notion or norm into the society initially, and then shortly along they will actually remove it. At that point most normies simply consider the innovation a relic of the past and nothing to even be bothered with going forward into the future. But that's where most normies, of course, will always be dead wrong indeed!

Next thing they/we know the innovation is phased back into the society gradually at a later date, and the difference is that this time around it's permanent! We saw this happen a lot over the last decade with things like Brexit and how the UK handled the entire Covid Conspiracy from start to finish. We are seeing it again right now in America with how the Elite have handled this whole Mask Protocol specifically as well as the mandated "vaccines" that we were at one point informed would never be the norm. And Anglin I know has mentioned this technique himself many time prior. It's obviously something that the Elites are doing consciously in order to confuse their population and turn them into the more docile, compliant citizen that they desire all normies to be through their social engineering. They do it because it works- obviously.
 

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It was all targeted at me at an impressionable age in order to turn me into a rootless shabboz goy eventually.
I remember when I first moved away I felt that draw too. My saving grace was growing up in the hills. I never stopped calling it home.

I can see the same thing with JD Vance. The diverging difference between him and I was I decided to marry local after running through the smorgasbord of international meat the big city had to offer and he didn't.

It allowed me to travel this path while making it virtually impossible for him to do so.

I'm pretty confident he would not have been groomed for Rob Portman's seat if he had married local. His politics would be a lot different.
 

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Florida is even problematic because Desantis only won by half a pt. Texas is becoming a D state.
Yep. People don't understand that DeSantis is out in the next election (which will be rigged) - he barely beat a Gay Black Meth addict. Texas is rapidly turning blue.
 

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Andrew's correct - when you least expect it, suddenly your city will be "quarantined" and you'll have no way to get out - and it won't end. The best time to leave is when everything "appears normal". You can't time it right on the edge thinking that you'll know right as it's happening and will be able to slip out of the city. The reality is that you'll simply wake up one morning and it will be done.

The Almighty God told me to get out of a mid-sized city about a year ago and I have no regrets about staying there longer. Would much rather have a decent time buffer between getting out of the city and the guillotine dropping.
 

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My geographic migration has been a reflection of my parallel political evolution. I imagine that’s true for many people. When I was starting my career I was living in a big city and my political awakening coincided with my becoming a father. It was immediately obvious at that point that I had to get out of the city which I promptly did, assuming wrongly that the suburbs were far enough out. Although there were a few superficial improvements from that move, all it really was was an improvement in the far lower amount of crime and minority nonsense. Overall it was still very bad in terms of population density, obnoxious virtue signaling from suburban neighbors and a similar sense of alienation from those around me which I already felt in the far denser and far more criminal city I had vacated. Please look up the research studies done by John B Calhoun about the rats that were turned into the story about the Secret of NIMH. Those studies prove that abundance of food is not enough to spur on healthy population growth, instead there is a behavior sink associated with density of life that is too closely packed together where people resort to rat like behavior including vast sexual dysfunction and violence.

eventually it was obvious that nothing less than a very sparsely spread out rural area would be good enough for my family and that’s where we are now. Andrew is absolutely right to be teaching everyone to get the hell away from cities and population centers. He’s not saying it’s utopia out in the countryside and I for one will tell you that it isn’t. Leaving aside the trouble with population Churn and the arrival of people fleeing coastal and blue areas with plenty of plans to transform the sticks as well, there is also the ongoing problem of the degeneracy and demoralization of even the proletariat out on farms and in the woods. Sure red state rural people voted for Trump and sure enough they still have enough sound instinct to understand Churn and the arrival of people fleeing coastal and blue areas with plenty of plans to transform the sticks as well, there is also the ongoing problem of the degeneracy and demoralization of even the proletariat out on farms and in the woods. Sure red state rural people voted for Trump and sure enough they still have enough sound instinct to understand some of the basic facts of common sense, but the reach of mass media is so extensive and so wickedly influential that there is no longer any such thing as a place you can move to and expect that most of the people you meet are going to be wise or thoughtful or intelligent people. Such a place simply doesn’t exist now if it ever did. That isn’t the point of the advice to flee the cities. Andrew summed it up well when he emphasize The psychological difference between people who are voluntarily and gladly residing in cities and those who are doing it in the country. Out in the country people are armed and have a far larger measure of self-reliance than their counterparts in the city and it’s just a logistical question for the oligarchs. They are not going to come out for us at least not yet and that buys you a lot of time if you decide to come out.

One more point. There is no way for Christians to defend city life in general. This is not a new insight, it’s very obvious from the stories about cities in the book of Genesis. The kind of rebellion that God was punishing at the Tower of Babel was the fact that the people insisted on concentrating their efforts and their physical neighborhood in a single spot and God was commanding them to spread out. This has many implications, one of which is that it is healthier for people to live below a certain limit of density for healthy outcomes. There is obviously a major health impact and a moral impact that comes from being amputated from nature and the scenery of trees and hills which is impossible inside of a city. You could argue that the political And existential need to leave behind cities right now is simply gods way of speeding up the reestablishment of a natural order.
 

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The above looks like a luxury hotel compared to some places I've seen. Imagine that cell but with four guys in there sleeping on the floor, toilet is plugged, the hot water doesn't work and the cold water comes out in a trickle. You're better off not being taken alive.



Make sure you have an extra pair of shoes in your go-bag. Stay on the power right-of-ways or follow the rail lines, the highways will be a nightmare.

Best of luck, we'll see you soon.
What do you mean power right of ways?
 

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What do you mean power right of ways?
The cuts for the power transmission lines. They go pretty much in straight lines from one place to another. They look like this on a satellite map:



Use Google Maps to figure out where the closest ones near you are and where they go.
 

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The cuts for the power transmission lines. They go pretty much in straight lines from one place to another. They look like this on a satellite map:



Use Google Maps to figure out where the closest ones near you are and where they go.
Urban areas power supplies are extremely fragile
 

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My advice if you can’t completely leave a city yet due to a high paying job etc (because I believe Anglin is spot on) is buy the land rural. No house, nice and cheap where you borrow very little from the bank or not at all and rent in the city very cheaply in the city in a 1 bedroom. Then start building a house with local builders and suppliers which with ingratiate you into that community
 
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My advice if you can’t completely leave a city yet due to a high paying job etc (because I believe Anglin is spot on) is buy the land rural. No house nice and cheap where you borrow very little from the bank or not at all and rent in the city very cheaply in the city in a 1 bedroom. Then start building a house with local builders and suppliers which with ingratiate you into that community
I'm in the middle of buying/selling a home. Moving away from metropolitan area of big city to small town away from the interstates.

The house I'm buying is much smaller, less land but cost much more. In that area, a very small 700sq ft home on a half-acre lot is going for 140k.

It's already happening, people are fleeing the suburbs and cities. The cost of land or homes(if you can find one) are skyrocketing in rural white areas in the South.
 

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I went to 3 different Dollar Stores in my general area yesterday just looking for milk, and none of them had it. I was told by one of the managers too that they hadn't had milk delivered at all for at least a week.

Also, all of these same stores (as well as Wal-Mart) have all stopped doing transactions with change. There is no change anymore at any of these places. You either have to pay in exact change or use your plastic. And since I am pretty much an all-cash man myself, this has become problematic for me indeed. I was told by this same manager I mentioned above yesterday too that there's a "national coin shortage", and maybe that's even true, but my cynical side tells me that there's obviously something bigger at work here as well. Maybe the Elites are trying to transition society into a "cashless" economy during this New Normal already with the Covid Conspiracy? And then this will eventually transition itself into something approaching UBI or what some people have been labeling as "Fed-Coin"?

I look for more things like this to begin popping up everywhere nationally. Especially as we get into colder weather and the screws slowly begin to be tightened once again on the Covid Conspiracy.
The same thing is happening here too. Dollar General keeps being out of milk, can't stay open because of no employees, other stores having shortages of everything. I went into a big drugstore and they had one to maybe a few of each item, but there were many that were simply out of stock. Maybe 20-30% out of stock, the rest limited.
 

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If you are in the UK it is very hard to get out of the reach of shitlib overlords. They are everywhere, down to local council level. The UK doesn't have the space of the USA. It is hard to find somewhere (a) out of the shitlib zone (b) which isn't super expensive (c) where you can make some kind of a living (d) you can get permission to live there at all.

For a lot of people it might be easier to get out of the UK and make a life somewhere else.

Everything is going to shit very quickly. Once they stop paying people to stay at home there will be pandemonium.
Everyone in the UK should probably buy land in Wales and just ride it out there, I know the place has actually zero economy but everyone is probably going to lose their job soon anyway due to economic collapse/vaxx requirements so its worth it id say. Wales is the most isolated place in the UK that you can reasonably move to and its cheap if nothing else.
 

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I'm from WV obviously. I grew up here, and I will say that there's still this strong cultural mythos and impulse on the part of especially the younger generations today that if you are born/raised in WV that you are basically a "loser" or something if you stay in WV past the age of early adulthood. And that was exactly how this rebellious ethos was instilled in me growing up too. I longed back then for the hustle and bustle of the big city and all the "big ideas" that existed in the big city allegedly.

So at age 19 basically, I moved away, far away, just as my cultural programming was then literally programming me mentally to do. It was an act of rebellion to move away and be "cosmopolitan" while completely rejecting everything good and natural about the very area that I originally grew up in. And it's not like I hated WV back then or anything, but it's just that it could never compare to all the false promises and big dreams and illusions that the big city was apparently offering.

Needless to say, after about ten years away from WV right around the time I turned 30, I moved back home to WV on my own terms. I had by that time (2010ish) become completely disillusioned with the big city way-of-life (which @Yang Wen-Li described in his above comment/list very well indeed) and specifically all of the Jewing and Diversity that I had by then realized was impossible to avoid completely. I had come to the final conclusion that all of that shit that I was promised and enticed with to move to the big city ten years earlier was nothing more than a sophisticated illusion manufactured by Hollywood, the Music Industry, and by all the other major vectors of the Jew World Order panopticon. It was all targeted at me at an impressionable age in order to turn me into a rootless shabboz goy eventually.

Also, needless to say, all of these startling realizations that I was then making at about age 30 about the world and my own way in it (which coincided with my early red-pilling experience btw) were things that my most immediate elders all tried pretty damned hard to inform me of way back in the beginning before I moved away chasing the Big City Dream in the first place. But back then I was too self-centered and self-interested to take a little bit of free advice from those who actually loved me and cared about my future. But they were right all along; I was wrong.
Tldr - get your shed empty, I'm moving in. Lol jk.
 

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It's an odd feeling knowing that there's people out there who can't afford to escape or have been born into cities. Let's say that someone did escape what would they be doing(the question assumes someone is starting from Rock Bottom)? Granted there's some minimum wage work to climb the latter or get a car but the longer it goes it's a cash issue unless one has friends and family (I mean supportive family and friends, not fakes).

Even then' a man might just say screw it and make the gamble(or go in the woods) Trust in God will get you farther than expected.

Would he be fucked or make it out like lot did? Would money even matter beyond that point?
 

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I did the part one and moved from big city to a very small town. Luckily my job allows.

But I need to do part 2 and get more involved locally - meeting people beyond my immediate property neighbors.

If things end up collapsing you're not doing yourself any favors being the new guy in town who doesn't know anyone.
 
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