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    Default Changing your prepping plan?

    With the way this last year has turned out has it changed your way of thinking towards the future?
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    Working on that...
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    I bought a good pair of knee -high rubber boots because the bull$hit in D.C. is already piling up fast. Also ordered some silver bullets and started sharpening wooden stakes. The satanists apparently think they have won. Dumb Bastids .

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    Nah, haven't changed my plans, just beefed them up a bit.
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    The three B's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCitizenPatriot View Post
    The three B's....
    Add an "A" to that CP....arrows. I've got a bunch of them and they're all crying for blood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCitizenPatriot View Post
    The three B's....
    Add an "A" to that CP....arrows. I've got a bunch of them and they're all crying for blood! And, oh yeah, I've got a few "thundersticks" also and fodder to feed them.

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    since Red Dawn came out in the 1980s - never really gave any probability of a guerilla style war in the US - especially against a foreign invader >>> more along the lines of a race war splitting the military & gooberment ....

    NOW??? >>> I'd put the odds of a domestic civil war in parts of the country at almost 80% - one day and Biden **** cans 10,000 blue collar workers associated with just one pipeline shutdown - millions & millions more blue collars to follow >>> Obammy got away with it - these people voted against it and had their ballots shredded - Arab Spring revolts started over some camel's farting and the entire commie collapse started with discontented Polish shipbuilders ....

    plan changes? - not really >>> but hard to comprehend the real possibility of a civil war - race war - and even an invited invasion of Blue Helmet foreign troops ...

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    Way of thinking hasn't changed. Just working to adapt and modify my plans somewhat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illini Warrior View Post
    since Red Dawn came out in the 1980s - never really gave any probability of a guerilla style war in the US - especially against a foreign invader >>> more along the lines of a race war splitting the military & gooberment ....

    NOW??? >>> I'd put the odds of a domestic civil war in parts of the country at almost 80% - one day and Biden **** cans 10,000 blue collar workers associated with just one pipeline shutdown - millions & millions more blue collars to follow >>> Obammy got away with it - these people voted against it and had their ballots shredded - Arab Spring revolts started over some camel's farting and the entire commie collapse started with discontented Polish shipbuilders ....

    plan changes? - not really >>> but hard to comprehend the real possibility of a civil war - race war - and even an invited invasion of Blue Helmet foreign troops ...
    Remember that blue hats carry ammo. Like an endless supply that frankly we already paid for. Repo time.
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