Now the hanging up of washing lines in front gardens has been banned and other bans are being considered regarding outdoor furniture. With such bans regarding privately own property increasing, how long will it take until the all exteriors have to be the same?
Yes, no, maybe. Whatever your personal thoughts are about the apocalypse prophecy, in Australia an PM sped up the hype with an end-of-the world annoucement – if you feel the urge to watch it click here.
If already “of the opinion” or prompted by the video announcement, you may be disappointed to learn that the Mayan Doomsday mountain is being closed to the public – darn! Still maybe there is an alternative “collection” point? Full article here.
It is now official that all those who do not fit the bill in Amsterdam will be sent to live in outer areas know as “Scum” villages. Apparently these so-called villages will consist of containers and caravans and be under police surveillance.
We imagine that the first question you may be asking is who will be classed as “scum” – well basically everyone who they deem as a nuisance or anti-social. The “Scum” will only have minimal services. With the grid tilted these “citizens” could slip through. Will this be the start of splitting the human race as we know it? One thing is for sure and that is that we will see a new breed of survivalist.
Many of the articles we find relate to the individual prepper. Therefore, as you may imagine, it was a pleasant surprise to find an interesting article about preparedness of you local community.
Such a topic may not appeal to many preppers, who prepare themselves and their familes. It may of course depend on how close-knit you and the rest of your local community are, as to whether or not joint prepping is possible.