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Can Families Isolate Themselves From the Coming Holocaust?

Saturday, May 12, 2018 15:15
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Can Families Isolate Themselves From the Coming Holocaust?

Many have asked me, “Should I stay or should I go?”

There are two options that most people face when confronted with a difficult choice. They can choose to run away or to stand and fight. Both positions have merit, but knowing which to choose is a matter of timing and good judgment .

Throughout history, good people have been faced with this dilemma, should I stay or should I go? History speaks very clearly on this point, but there is not a hard and fast answer.

America is entering a very difficult time and the election of Donald Trump bought America some time. The election of Trump saved us, for the time being, from the complete police state that Hillary Clinton would have imposed. But 2020, looms large in the overall scheme of things.

It is true that good, conservative people, outnumber the Satanists that form the mentally ill liberal left. However, the left controls the Deep State, which in turn controls much of the government. The left has almost no opposition in the media, except for the alt media which is under attack like never before. The liberals control banking, Hollywood and most major corporations. This has left the majority of the country in a disenfranchised state. On the day that Trump leaves office, the march towards a total police state will move forward at a rapid pace.

 A Lesson From History

I remember in my undergraduate days, when I was taking a history course,  and I subsequently read the diaries of Virginia farmers at the beginning of the Civil War. Many of them just wanted what most of us want. Most people want to be free to pursue our interests, love our friends and families and to be left alone by the government. In short, most of us just want to be left alone, but there are some people who just won’t leave us alone.

In the memoirs and diaries I read from these Virginia farmer from the early 1860’s, they actually believed that the coming war would somehow avoid their farms and not touch their land or harm their loved ones. That ended up not being the case. Many of their farms were in the way and were destroyed. Many “innocent” civilians were killed, even the elderly and the children. Women were frequently raped by the advancing soldiers from either side. My takeaway from this enlightening educational experience was to appreciate the fact that there comes a time in every person’s life that they must make a stand and one cannot run away from the problems of the day. Cognitive dissonance is the enemy of all people facing a crisis. The Virginia farmers would have been better off declaring a side to back. At least they would have some measure of protection from the military that they chose to align with.

A Contrasting Lesson From History

Unlike the Virginia farmers, there is a time when it is prudent to run away as quickly as possible. Many of the people in the early days of Nazi Germany were distressed and concerned about Hitler’s obsession with the Jews. However, many people, including most Jews, believed that Hitler’s brand of totalitarianism was a passing fancy and would quickly fade away. However, many people, like Albert Einstein did recognize the danger and did subsequently flee and survived where many more ignored the warning signs until it was too late.

Running Away Does Not Guarantee the Future

Against all common sense and against all the clear warnings of what lies ahead for many of us, I am still not going to leave my country.When the persecution against Christians begins in earnest, and it is coming,  I am going to stand and fight. Often times, running away is a fools errand. The following story illustrates the futility in trying to prepare for all eventualities.

I am reminded of the story of an American man lamenting about the fact that the Soviets and the Americans would someday engage in a devastating nuclear war. The man researched and studied the best place to relocate to in order to avoid what he felt was the coming nuclear holocaust.  He literally took years before deciding to move as he studied prevailing wind patterns that could potentially carry deadly radiation as well as alliances between the Soviets and the Americans before deciding to relocate. Eventually, he decided to move to the Falkland Islands, and as fate would have it, 36 years ago, he found himself in the middle of a war. Subsequently, his new home was shelled and bombed by the British in the Falklands War with Argentina and the man lost family members. It is impossible to prepare for all eventualities. And like the Virginia farmers from the 1860’s, he would have been better off making a stand from where he was at. 

One Caveat

As with any history lesson, or life lesson ,and to borrow from the world of phonetics, there is always an “I before E”, exception to the rule. There is one time when I believe that it is wise to leave the US and that is when your children’s lives are on verge of being thrown away. If the US government ever reintroduces the military draft, ostensibly to fight in the Middle East, I would leave the country and take my soon-t0-be-draft age son with me. We should all take a pledge that none of our children will ever fight and die in a Rothschild’s war for banking profit, ever again.


America is indeed well on its way to becoming a totalitarian state. When I was a child we used to make fun of the Soviets because they had to build fences and assign guards to keep people in. Now we see the same thing in America. We don’t build fences to keep people in, we have created financial fences, but they are just as tyrannical as anything the Soviets ever did. If you try and leave America, you will be assessed a 15% exit fee. Yes, that is correct, you are penalized for exercising the privilege to leave the country. This is similar to the Third Reich Flight Tax that was implemented as part of a larger emergency decree with the goal of stemming capital flight during the unstable Interbellum period. After the Nazis seized power in 1933, the Nazi government largely used the tax to confiscate assets from persecuted people (mostly Jews) who sought to flee the Third Reich. By the way, Russia has a flat 13% tax rate.

To those of you that write to me and ask me for advice about leaving, I am not going to give it. In this article, you can clearly see that there is no absolute answer to this question at hand.  I have listed some facts that you may wish to consider. However, I will not bear the responsibility for advising people on such an important decision. This decision is between you, your family and God.

For all the illegal immigrants that think it is so important that you obtain U.S. citizenship, I would advise you to look at the reasons on why so many Americans have already left the US, as well as the reasons I have listed in this article. The grass is not always greener on the other side of the hill. When you leave places like Mexico or Peru, you are trading one form of overt government and corporate corruption for another that is a little less obvious, but America will prove to be just as enslaving at the end of the day because that is the nature of every elite ruling class that has ever existed on this planet.

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  • diane

    I don’t know if we can escape what the future holds if we stay here in USA. I have already experienced oppression, targeting, and torture. Living in the USA.

    I will probably leave the country, if given the chance. Where will I go, I don’t know. But, go I will. To much suffering, to much torture to my daughter, and my self.

    Good article. Much food for thought.

  • KrispyK

    nationalism worldwide makes for a untied and loving planet :lol:

  • unidentified

    why dont you move to australia or south africa

  • Sun Rabbit

    Do it.
    I did.
    Never looked back. Simply picked the best country in Europe (for ME) and moved here. Came here, bought a house within 3 weeks, came back to the US, packed up everything into two 40 foot shipping containers. Never planned or researched anything more than absolutely necessary. I’ve seen it time and time again. The more someone spends time thinking about, researching or discussing something like that, the more likely they are to wind up like that guy who moved to the Falkland Islands.
    In other words, don’t have some committee meeting in your head. Don’t guess, either. Just KNOW.
    I’ve never been married, but if you make a decision to marry someone is THAT a committee decision/guess/rational choice, or do you just KNOW.
    If you find out you made a mistake, you can always change your decision.
    Countries and empires rise and fall all the time, and that’s actually a GOOD thing. What history teaches us is that you generally don’t want to be around the country that’s falling. You also won’t get very far by remaining inside your little “safe space” and never venturing outside or learning new things.
    My goal in life was never to achieve the most wealth, not even as regards wealth of knowledge or widsom. Instead, I always wanted my life to be as INTERESTING as possible, and I achieved graet wealth in every inaginable way almost as a sidenote.
    When you die, do you get to take all them Gold coins, office buildings, orchards, all that with you? No, but you WILL take your EXPERIENCES with you because your consciousness will never die because it CANNOT die. It can only stagnate.
    So, you think you’re getting the most out of life by doing what you’re doing right now?
    Two roads are constantly diverging in the woods, and I constantly take the road less travelled, and that constantly makes all the difference.

    Love & Peace,

    Sun Rabbit

  • Counter Analysis

    I don’t see any reason to flee America yet. But I think it’s prudent for every member of every family to have a passport in case things get ugly in a hurry. New passports could be delayed or denied in a crisis. A passport could be the difference between life and death should a serious catastrophe hit the US. Borders would be shut very quickly, but passport holders who act immediately might have a chance of escaping disaster.

    • friends2you

      You don’t need a passport, Sanctuary cities hehe

  • baba riley

    Good article. Creating options and luck are good skills to have – especially when SHTF.

  • Pink Slime

    Are you an idiot? You tell us to stand and fight but that is exactly what the Israelis are doing so they don’t turn into another holocaust, but you tell them to go to HELL??

    WTF??? :twisted:

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