posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 10:46 AM
The show is featuring people who prepare for the end of the world, and its usually some kind of natural disaster of financial collapse. Those aren't
bad things to prep for, but the show almost NEVER mentions the government as being the prime threat--which is the reality of doomsday. It doesn't
mention Freemasons, Illuminati, population control, pandemics or vaccines, and it only mentions martial law one time--by a girl who didn't know a
DAMN thing about martial law.
It steers attention away from the government, and more towards the ideas of anarchy and crime, or natural disasters. Those are possibilities, true,
but come on... major doomsday preppers should have SOME kind of education of conspiracies.
And these people are well stocked and strapped--all kinds of food, generators, water, fuel sources, weapons, vehicles, medical supplies, everything.
And, the show is constantly getting reviewed and tipped by FEMA. What does that tell you?
Not only that, but I have another theory... The government recently passed something (I don't remember what its called, sorry) making it legal to
take all resources, any kind of emergency resources or transportation the citizens have, away from us in the event of a national emergency... war,
pandemic, disasters, ect. There are also, as was shown on Jesse Venturas Conspiracy Theory, hundreds of very wealthy people and political leaders
investing in underground bunkers... almost like they're preparing for something big to happen.
Could it be that this show is promoting the idea of prepping, just so they can take our stuff from us when the SHTF?
What do you think of the show?