Winter Is Coming
If they are already telling the vaxxed to put back on the mask, then those of us still with a functioning brain already know that lockdowns are returning. Sooner rather than later.
Flu season is nearly upon us. Winter is coming. Around 40% of the population (varying estimates) remains unvaxxed, so you know the centralizers are going to throw everything they have at us.
They’ll blame everyone who didn’t get the vaccine on sparking a new “strain” that is most definitely going to go around and coincide with flu season. So, what do we do?
As usual, I have a list. 15 things this time.
First things First: Figure out how to fight the mandates and get started doing so now – List Of Resources To Fight Vaccine Mandates and COVID Misinfo. You don’t want to be waiting around to figure out your plan for this in the heat of it all. You also want to draw the lines now, so you know what to do.
Second: I would recommend if you have not already to increase your stockpile of preppin’ goods. You don’t want to be out of any essentials, and I am certain that when lockdowns get reinstated the panic buying will commence again. Get it now so you don’t have to worry about it.
Third: ammo. The prices have dipped slightly. Get it now, once winter hits I have a feeling they won’t be leveling out any longer.
Fourth: Get health related items. I’m talking ibuprofen, acetaminophen, anti-histamines, vitamin D, some Zinc polinate, vitamin C, etc. Start a health regimen. Incorporate fitness into your daily routine. Make sure you are in shape and ready for whatever comes forward. Right now, I’m not scared of COVID or the flu. But with these vaccines, there is no doubt that a mutation or ADE could develop, and despite what most on our side say, there is no certainty we won’t be the impacted ones. Like I said in my vaccine scenario article, if there was another strain to “leak” or something to that effect, it would be far more useful to the centralizers to target us, the unvaccinated, with it. Why kill off the compliant class? That isn’t to say that it is for sure going to happen. No one knows what’s going to happen for sure. Just do what you can before winter to increase your chances of weathering any viral storm.
Fifth: Escape cities. The further out, the better.
Sixth: Start peacefully non-complying wherever you can. Get in the habit. Encourage others. If not, this never ends.
Seventh: Check out and mark off my normal list of common-sense preparation tactics: Surviving The Fall Of The Western World and The Nightmares Laying Ahead
Eighth: Find the other people fighting the mandates, the lockdowns, and such in your local community and work with them. Get to know these people. Help them, make friends with them. Get involved. These guys are your lifeline through whatever is coming up.
Ninth: Read some choice literature that explains what is happening. I recommend the Gulag Archipelago, The True Believer, and Brave New World for starters. These will help you understand what is currently happening around you.
Tenth: If you have a travel bug, go now. The more the winter comes, the harsher the travel restrictions and vaccine mandates will be. Get out the urge now, preferably within the continental US. The same goes for exploring and doing group events. I doubt these will hold out much longer, given the already new restrictions coming down.
Eleventh: I say it all the time, but Stop Giving Money To People That Hate You.
Twelfth: Secure a line of communication with similar-minded people. Even if online (but preferred in-person local). We need this so we don’t go insane.
Thirteenth: Brace for riots, civil unrest, and shortages such as what has/is happening in Australia, India, and South Africa. My thoughts on how to do so appropriately can be found here: The Riots Strike Again: My Top 4 Riot Articles
Fourteenth: I’m not sure if the economy can survive another round of lockdowns with the current inflation issues. Either way, consider investing in some real assets (such as a house, land, useful equipment, etc) instead of stocks/metals/crypto: Ways To Hedge Against The Coming Economic Downturn.
Fifteenth: Perhaps most important of all is to have numerous backup plans. You can have everything figured out to a science, but if one law changes that bans all unvaxxed from your current career, then everything crumbles. Or what will you do if you have to show a vaccine card to even get groceries? Neither of which are outside the realm of possibilities. You need to be flexible this winter with numerous backups more than anything. You have a job? Good. What will you do if you lose it? You have food storage? Good. What will you do if you have to relocate to a different state and can’t take it all with you? Think through some of these tough scenarios. Even if you don’t have a plan for everything, it’s good to be thinking on your toes before winter hits. It means you’ll be more flexible and less weak when those wrenches are thrown in your direction.
Those are all of my recommendations for now. Just don’t sit around and wait for winter. Be proactive.
I personally am betting on some serious lockdowns, vaccine mandates, double-masking requirements (even for the vaxxed), and for all the blame to be placed on the not vaxxed (and subsequent violence against us for that reason).
I am also betting that covid will be about as deadly as last year, which means about as deadly as the usual flu (so nothing worse; nothing better). But the hysteria I expect will be even more severe, because of the unvaccinated and the proclivity for clown world to only increase in stupidity.
Good luck. The circus this year is certainly going to be exciting.
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