Monday, August 15, 2016

If ever there was a case to be a Prepper


Anonymous said...

This is BS. Demographic inversion will be a government policy not natural movement. Obama is already setting the table with HUD to begin placing low income people in suburban neighborhoods.

T. Paine said...

Keep in mind much of the 'information' presented is pure conjecture based on 'studies' done on liberal college campi.

As soon as he said 'this isn't about agenda 21', I thought to myself, 'well there it is then'. It's all about controlling the masses and agenda 21 is .gov's wet dream to make that happen.

Grond said...

What struck me was the assumption that the teeming, filthy, criminal masses of the third world will continue to poor into the United States. Secondly, some WASP schmuck called suburban life "soulless". Really???? What exactly is soulless about my existence Mr. Beta male????? I don't disagree with many of the observations of this video, but I will fight, using ANY means to keep my small piece of America from becoming some 3rd world sh!thole.
- Behind enemy lines in Soviet Socialist Republic of CONNECTICUT.

Anonymous said...

A 50+ Year-old book is eye-opening WRT cities:

"The Death and Life of Great American Cities" by Jane Jacobs: May 4, 1916 - April 25, 2006

ISBN-10: 067974195X;
ISBN-13: 978-0679741954

Some of it is, of course, dated (still refers to Savings and Loans, for example). Regardless, much of it still appears fresh and relevant to some of today's problems.

Anonymous said...

Then of course, comes the military/industrial website "" that projects a u.S. population of 61 million by 2025. That seems to fly in the face of the video makers projections.

Mr. Bee said...

Check the voting record of the average suburban area verses the average high population city area. Increased crowding creates leftists. A suburban house is a totem and a symbol of private ownership of an "estate". That's why the left hates suburbs. Forcing industry and commerce into cities forces suburban people to have to spend much of their lives on slow moving freeways. That kind of centralization is another hallmark of the left.

People interested in liberty and a better life style would be well advised to fight centralization and stay out of large cities. Given high bandwidth communication channels like the internet, large cities are now redundant and working at home should become the norm. Large cities should be broken up into smaller cities surrounded by low population density suburbs. An outcome that should be supported by anyone interested in the perpetuation of liberty to their children and grandchildren.