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#46    Coffey

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 01:14 PM

View PostColonel Rhuairidh, on 08 April 2013 - 12:51 PM, said:

i don't know, if I've read it right, "redundant" means unnecessary, and the "redundant" part was saying "you cannot rely on your Government", so just maybe he was agreeing and saying that it's so obvious that you can't rely on Governments that it's not necessary to say so?


I did wonder that, so not sure how he meant it yet. That's why i asked him.

View PostDKO, on 08 April 2013 - 10:58 AM, said:

Right, I guess I was thinking more about my own government.

I don't really know much about the Australian Goverment. Guessing they ren't as bad as the US or UK goverment. lol

View PostRlyeh, on 08 April 2013 - 01:13 PM, said:

I asked someone if they'd prefer to be unprepared, so you responsed with the blatant obvious.

If it's that blatently obvious, why is there a discussion on it? lol Why do 80% of people or more rely on their goverment when the goverment even states they shouldn't when an emergency happens.

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 01:29 PM

View PostCoffey, on 08 April 2013 - 01:14 PM, said:

If it's that blatently obvious, why is there a discussion on it? lol Why do 80% of people or more rely on their goverment when the goverment even states they shouldn't when an emergency happens.
What the hell are you on about? The discussion is about these "coffins". My question implied it is better to be prepared, you responsed with "You should always be prepared yourself", in other words redundant.


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Posted 08 April 2013 - 01:42 PM

View PostCoffey, on 08 April 2013 - 01:14 PM, said:


I don't really know much about the Australian Goverment. Guessing they ren't as bad as the US or UK goverment. lol


I don't have any fears that our government would try anything sinister, just fears of incompetence since the Labor party took over haha.

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 02:03 PM

View PostRlyeh, on 08 April 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

What the hell are you on about? The discussion is about these "coffins". My question implied it is better to be prepared, you responsed with "You should always be prepared yourself", in other words redundant.


I said "yourself".... Difference between the goverment being prepared....

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Posted 10 April 2013 - 09:48 PM

View PostKowalski, on 07 April 2013 - 01:30 PM, said:

Um, when we had those wildfires out here where I live, the firefighters and cops, pretty much forced us out of our house, taking only a few things we could grab. We actually, were told if we need to get anything or feed or water our animals we had to call the cops and the firefighters to come out and they had to escort us out here. We were like, S*** that, it OUR house and land, OUR animals, and we can't let them starve! (We had our dogs with us, but we have cows, chickens, a horse, and cats) I know they (the cops and firefighters were mad at us about that, but I really didn't care. Neither did my in laws) Then they wouldn't let us home for more than a WEEK which is ****** ridiculous, and my mother in law, had a VERY long talk with the Sheriff about what was going on out here. The Sheriff was very angry that they hadn't let us go home yet, and he called the firefighters and told them we could come home. It was the LONGEST, WORST week of my life! It really was. My little boy, who is 2 now, was 10 months old at the time, and he wanted to go home. He wanted his bed, and his house. I'm sorry but, a government agency shouldn't be able to force people from their homes! I understand there was a danger from the fire, and fire is completely uncontrollable, but to keep us out a WEEK!! Just so some people could keep playing "Glory Boy"....Also, many of the firefighters had their FAMILIES out here while they were fighting the fires, yet we couldn't go home???
The whole thing was just a mess.



Oh I'm prepared. Enough food, water, and supplies, for at least a year! Lots of baked beans! :yes:




I REALLY don't think it's a good idea. There are TONS of American's out there who are preppers who, like me, have enough supplies for at least 6 months to a year. Why should we have to go to one of those camps, hypothetically speaking, of course. I mean, we'd be fine hold up at home.
Honestly, I can see the reasoning though, because many people are not preppers and will lack the supplies to hold up for a long time, so a camp would seem very practical, for some. But, I don't think people should be FORCED to go there, and they should be free to come and go as they please.

Being displaced from your home for a week was the worst thing that has happened to you in your life? To me, it sounds like you have prepped for a natural disaster very well from your post. That is great thinking ahead and shows that you are a person that looks to the future and not just someone who lives day to day. One thought that is going through my head is this. If you were so distraught from being displaced from your home for a week, how could you even think that you could handle a major disaster mentally? I understand that you are prepared physically to feed yourself, but we are talking about hundreds of thousands of dead all around us if these coffins are to ever be needed. I imagine during your displacement while the fire was happening that you were staying either with family, friends, or in a nice hotel somewhere during this ordeal. Despite that, you were still tortured from being without your home for a week. Imagine a scenario where you have to step over bodies, possibly that of your own family while trying to do a task that we would now take for granted and compare that with your other ordeal with the fire. Of course I do not know you so I can only assume to know something about you from your post. I might suggest that since you take survival and prepping seriously, that you go get some sort of tactical training. Not only tactical, but possibly find a sport or survival course that would push you to even more WORST weeks of your life.

Regarding the prison camps. I do see your point wanting to stay at your home when others would be relocating to a camp of some sort. No telling how the conditions in said camps would be. I can't help but think of the Super Dome in Louisiana and how women were being raped, people extorted and killed. It is just crazy. To think that soldiers would be able to police a camp like what would be expected is just ludicrous. Soldiers would be policing the outside, the fence, but I highly doubt that we would see soldiers interacting with what could turn in to a virtual prison camp.  Look at other camps worldwide. I'm not sure the circumstances of these camps but I would imagine they have many problems with crime such as with what we had seen at the Super Dome.  This isn't even bringing up the fact that the logistics would be handled by the army. A person going to said camp would be 100% reliant on the Army or whomever was guarding the camp to provide both food and water to all who are inside. If there is a problem with logistics potentially there could be tens of thousands that feel that effects of that immediately with no option to take another course of action.  There would be a downside to being a "prepper". In the movie Law Abiding Citizen the warden tells the inmate something to the extent of "I wouldn't want to be the have, in a land of have not's." What he meant by this was that in the story an inmate blackmails a warden into bringing him a king  mattress that was high end and luxurious into the jail to sleep on. All the other criminals were sleeping on the typical inmate kindergarten nap mat. As you can imagine that scenario instantly made him a target to any potential person that would want to take what he has. I'd say if there are a 1000 people and their families who are starving, you would have 950 criminals willing to come and take what you have.

Either way, we will all feel the effect in the event that the potential millions of coffins need to be suddenly filled.  I really saddens me as I have a 2 year old boy, and another little boy on the way. What a crazy world it is that they are being brought into. They are being born into the generation where people are allowing themselves to be run over by big business and government. In addition to that, we have topics like this. So sad for our children. Good luck as always and god bless us all.





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