The election of President Donald J. Trump is like a breath of fresh air to hundreds of millions of people around the world.
A revealing survey exposed 34 per cent of Brits would support Theresa May shutting down the nations’ borders to immigrants from countries with overt links to Islamist terror.
Even more people, 38 per cent, would also welcome President Trump onto British shores as part of an official state visit, according to Sky Data. (source)
I personally think that figure will rise in the UK but that’s just my opinion.
The problem isn’t Trump per se, it’s the reaction that his actions have provoked amounts the liberal tree-huggers around the globe that worries me.
I am all for live and let live but the fact remains that illegal immigration is becoming a problem and placing a financial and economic burden on countries that can no longer afford the unstoppable tide of humanity that is flooding across porous borders.
There is going to be trouble and all those of us with an ounce of common sense can see it coming.
Tensions are rising between ‘rival factions’ and this is never good. Around the planet people are taking to the streets in protest at the moves Trump has made to curtail the influx of Middle Eastern refugees into the United States.
The political decisions made in the United States has nothing to do with the citizens in other nations.
We are NOT a global village, we are a collection of internationally sovereign nations rubbing along as best we can on the planet we call home.
The problem with these widespread protests is that they are heading in one direction and one only…to a major confrontations with the governments of the countries they are taking place in.
- Protests can very easily turn into riots.
- As soon as the placards are replaced by baseball bats or any other form of weaponry all bets are off.
- Police with riots shields and tear gas move in.
- If we get to a point where the police can’t cope the military will be called upon.
- If that isn’t enough in a very short space of time martial law will be the next step.
Once we, as nations get to that stage the situation becomes difficult to reverse.
The longer the protests go on the greater the chance of them escalating into riots. Many people are angry and will become more angry if they feel they are not being listened to.
We all need to keep a close eye on the news and have everything in place in case the situation becomes. Making sure that you have enough emergency supplies to last at least a month is a pre-requisite, and most people in the prepping community have waaaayyyy more than that.
New preppers are joining our ranks all the time though and we need to bear in mind that the information we put out on sites like undergroundmedic needs to take that into account when we go back to basics.
Even us more experienced types still have things we can learn from others and bearing that in mind I have listed a few articles below that I hope you will find interesting.
- Dealing with and preparing for martial law
- How to decontaminate if you’re hit with tear gas
- What to do if you are caught up in a riot
- Prepping and food insecurity
- 10 diseases that will increase after a collapse
- OTC medications no prepper should be without
- Pandemic and infrastructure failure = TEOTWAWKI
- EMP the ultimate terrorist attack