Thursday, August 11, 2011
I read Dmitry every time he post something. Have been doing so for a while now, since he started writing for Mike Ruppert. He has gone big time now, and I wish him the best.
I also read Russell on a when he writes. Good stuff too, gotta thank him for this when I get around to it.
But when you click on the two links above, you will note a couple of articles dedicated to the concept of using sailing craft as a bug-out modality. Hmmm...part of me likes the idea. But in a sense, I just want to pause for a moment to talk about the way that we do things in in blogoland.
Folks who sit down like this an punch out stuff for folks to read are not stating facts for the most part. They are formulating theories and positing potential survival strategies and/or modalities. I really think that their theories are quite interesting, but they are just that, theories.
Theories need to be tested against the new world which we are entering. The experiment has not been fully defined yet, and the parameters of the test are murky at best. So, read this kind of stuff (to include the current author of course) with a great deal of skepticism and not as a template, but as a possible means to be incorporated into a future life.
The act of sitting down and writing tends to make one believe that a sudden fit of infallibility has taken the author. All one has to do is look at the mess that one makes on their life to realize that this erstwhile infallibility may well be a very low probability event.
Mayberry, Dmitry, and others have extolled the virtues of the boat. I kinda think that this might be a silly idea as a strategy during lean and turbulent times. There may be some merit to it, but the more that I think about it, the more boats seem kind of silly
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