So how will preppers and homesteaders in Florida keep their freedom? It is now illegal not to be connected for electricity and water. One could ask what will be taken away next?
Of course those who stand to lose their freedom do have an alternative other than being tied to the grid – they could consider re-locating. Apart from the financial-employment aspect though there would also be the risk that the new location may also ban being off-grid.
Following on from our previously highlighted articles about bans and restrictions on self-sufficency, we discovered a story which turned the thumb-screw a bit more.
Preppers in LA found growing-their own and/or producing their own electricity where paid a visit from SWAT teams. Any preppers out there in other US staes or different countries for that matter who are experiencing the same procedure feel free to comment on this post.
How would you start your list of benefits, for living outside of the system with? You may get stuck with your list unless you have tried such a life, even if only for a day; whereafter you may need a full pack of paper for your list.
We came across a very valuable article which provide more of a photo diary. Full article here.
Whenever we come across articles covering any of the various types of efforts to crop the wings of preppers and reel them back to the grid, we have to highlight these reports for all. On those lines, here is the next case.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are planning a ban which would force wood-burning stove owners in the US to scrap, not resale, their old stoves and purchase EPA-approved ones. Full article here.
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?