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Strategic Relocation: Where To Go When It Hits the Fan (Full Movie)

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Published : November 17th, 2012
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Joel Skousen, one of the world’s foremost experts on home security, retreat preparedness and strategic relocation, says that no preparedness plan is complete unless you’ve taken into account the single most critical threat we face during a widespread emergency.

The number one threat that I concentrate on. It’s not terrorism, it’s not natural disaster, it’s not even government or war.

The major threat is population density.

Because every crisis that threatens, even a local crisis, can turn exponential because of close proximity to people who cannot help themselves. Even good people panic in a crisis…

The obvious answer would be to move to a rural area and out of the way of hungry, thirsty and desperate masses of people. But, that’s easier said then done. The majority of Americans, even though they’d do it in a heartbeat if given the opportunity, simply don’t have the available resources to get out of Dodge and live the life of an off-the-grid homesteading survivalist.

Frankly, this is not easy.

It’s not easy because very few people can go and leave their jobs, and go out into rural areas where there’s safety.

In other words, security financially is the antithesis of security in terms of location, because the safest locations are where there’s very few people, very rural, and that’s the opposite of what you need to have jobs.

Even for a survival expert like myself it isn’t a clear cut easy choice – you have compromises that every location has.

You don’t want to be part of a major metropolitan area when that happens.

This is the crux of what I teach people in Strategic Relocation.

People mostly have to stay within population centers to earn a living…

How to prepare contingency planning so that you can get out into retreat areas and have the information, the forewarning signs, to know how to do that. That’s really the only way to survive.

Most people cannot get rural right now. They can’t make a living. It’s just impossible. So, this is a solution for everyone.

With an extensive discussion about geopolitical events, motivations of those in power, and possible scenarios that could instantaneously change the world as we know it, Joel Skousen and Alex Jones tackle some of the questions you are no doubt asking yourself.

  • What are the most likely collapse scenarios we face?

  • Where will I go when it hits the fan?

  • Would my current residence be the best place to weather the storm?

  • Which states and regions are the safest?

  • Can I prepare a strategic location ahead of a disaster and relocate in time if disaster strikes?

With detailed maps of the United States and provinces of Canada, Skousen not only provides regional threat assessments, but also explains the nuances of the decision-making process and what factors to consider, including critical aspects like population density, transportation thoroughfares, demographics, and personal finance.

Learn how to develop a strategic relocation plan customized to your specific needs and abilities in this two and a half hour documentary made available for free by Alex Jones, Joel Skousen and

Get the DVD With Extended Information, Get the Book, Get the DVD+Book Combo




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Getting "out of Dodge" as Salvo suggests may be the answer for the extremely wealthy, but it's feasibility for the majority of us is nil. Even if one had had such a hideaway the chances of being able to reach it in an emergency is iffy -- and even reach  Read more
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Getting "out of Dodge" as Salvo suggests may be the answer for the extremely wealthy, but it's feasibility for the majority of us is nil. Even if one had had such a hideaway the chances of being able to reach it in an emergency is iffy -- and even reaching it is no guarantee of safety. Far from it: unless one has enough family members able to man the battlements, one and one's family will be at the mercy of any maurading gang looking for loot - and more.

Best not to divide one's survival supplies and stay in one's primary fortified residence. One can take in friends for defense; join or create a neighborhood defense group. If one's house is compromised one can preprare a shelter from the remains and salvage whatever supplies one can from the rubble.

Is this perfect? No, nothing is, but it may be best. The choice will depend on the nature of the emergency (short or long term) resouces, location, family connections.
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