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Strategic threats are defined as those threats which are capable of disrupting conditions on a national or international scale, where local governments will not be able to recur to other neighboring communities for assistance. The book presents a comprehensive analysis ge of all major strategic threats facing North American countries, and how to relocate around, mitigate, ...more
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Mar 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is what I learned from this awesome book.

Seriously considering the dismal state of the U.S. economy, massive government debt and overspending, the money printing out of thin air by the Federal Reserve (QE3 - printing money like it's going out of style, because it IS going out of style), and the U.S. Debt to GDP ratio.

Thus, it seems time to get out of the stock market soon, cash in your IRA-401K paying the 10% penalty and get reinvested in tangibles like the "Five B's": 1.) Beans, 2.) Bullet
Mar 28, 2009 rated it it was amazing
"Few people ponder about where the safest and most peace-conducing places to live in the US are. For those few of you who have ever thought about reducing your risk suffering terrorist attacks, nuclear disasters, natural disasters, the impact of the breakdown of the social order, this book is for you. Tons of data contained in this book. Even fewer people who consider such things ever do anything about it, and even fewer still write a book to enlighten the rest of us. Thanks Joel!"
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Political scientist, commentator on law philosophy and survivalist.

Skousen is the founder and chief editor of World Affairs Brief, a weekly news-analysis service. He considers the Fall of Communism was a "carefully crafted deception," meant to gain Western aid and technology transfers that would eventually end in a resurgence of the Russian threat.

His main survivalist topics are survival retreat
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