posted on Feb, 25 2012 @ 08:22 PM
An EMP attack is certainly an interesting discussion, regardless or where the story originates, it's still good to talk about it and learn about it.
Better to know some basics than nothing at all.
One thing i want to mention, that no one really mentions, is what other countries would do, and i think it would be an indicator of the truth of who
was behind the attacks. If it was a valid attack by a foreign entity, then seconds after the attack the US puppet countries all around the world would
immediately start shipping various supplies like solar panels, new circuit boards, supplies, basically anything needed to get a basic system up and
running. Vehicles could be shipped over and basically anything needed could be shipped in very quickly. It would obviously take a long time to repair
everything, but i think they would be able to do enough to stop all out freak fest across the whole of the US.
On the other hand, if the US decided to use it as the kick start to rounding people up and "protecting" them by placing them all into camps, we would
see a much slower response. People would voluntarily go to the camps to get food and medical supplies. The US has bases all around the world, so any
foreign attack could well be met with nuclear responses, so it actually makes more sense to me that the US would use an EMP attack as the next type of
9/11 attack. It would be a case of the US scaring their own people into seeking protection. I never really understood the whole FEMA camp thing and
didn't think they would be able to force people into them, it didn't really make sense how it would all work, but thinking of an EMP attack and
everyone panicking and scared seems to be a more likely scenario. People would see it as safe haven and be happy to be there, because TPTB could offer
you valuable resources.
So i would suggest that people should at least put themselves in the position that they could survive for a while on their own, and not need to seek
anything from TPTB, so you can get a grasp of the situation. A huge majority of people will be stuck within a day or two and will be grateful to be
rounded up and taken off to the "emergency aid camps".
Scary scenarios anyway, just be able to survive on your own for a week or two is my advice, and also, if it ever does happen, get out of your house
quick and off into the woods or the hills with your supplies.
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