Originally posted by DivineFem
I see alot of posts about people preparing for whatever's to come, by moving to rural areas. IMO it would be easier and make more sense to actually
start taking out the small towns first. It's just seems easier to isolate and takeover without causing a big uproar.
This would only be true if it was done slowly and gradually, over a space of years, which hasn't happened. Even in the current day and age, distance
to a certain extent still prevents a rapid crackdown in all of the outlying rural areas.
The cabal have two major weaknesses which most people forget about; one mental, and the other logistical.
The mental weakness is that they generally only think in monolithic, centralised terms. They want to create a singular, centralised global system,
and this in terms of complete defiance of how Nature itself usually operates. They tend towards centralisation organisationally, at every possible
turn. Cities are an element of their design; large centralised camps, large centralised armed forces, large centralised everything. It's just how
they do things. The single main reason why is because less than 5,000 of their core group exist on the entire planet; so they can't possibly control
more than a few single points at any one time.
The logistical weakness to a degree is an outgrowth of the mental weakness, but is due to another factor as well. The cabal's combined police and
military forces, will never amount to more than probably 3% of the global population, at the absolute most. They don't have anything close to the
manpower required to have a real infantry presence everywhere at once.
This is the main reason why the public's perception
of their threats is so important to them. Even after the camps are fully
operational, it will be a logistical impossibility for more than 10% of the civilian population, at the absolute most, to occupy them at any one time.
The cabal are not relying on the camps themselves, in order to achieve their objectives; they are relying purely on the public's fear, that even
though very few people will in reality end up in the camps, a person has no way of knowing whether or not it is going to be themselves, as
individuals, who it will end up happening to.
As a result of this, yes, towns and more remote areas are absolutely safer. This is partly because the residual police presence is smaller, but it is
even more because, once the camps open, it is likely that curfews and active police patrols, will also begin to occur within urban areas. If you are
not in the cities, you have significantly less chance of being caught by such a patrol. They won't happen as much within country towns, because
given that the cabal have very limited manpower relative to the general population, as mentioned, they have to prioritise said manpower very