Where to Go at World’s End By John Steele
Here is an interesting article for Plan C people, who like me feel that things have gone so far, that we will be down to survivalist strategies in a post-collapse world:
The possibility of economic collapse, let alone breakdown from war and nuclear strikes, is a realistic threat today:
Rural areas will not have the problems associated with high density population centres, which would quickly become disease pits after only a few days of collapse of essential services, such as electricity, rubbish removal and sewage management. However, as the article notes for the US, and this is applicable in Australia too, most rural towns are under-funded and not prepared for any grid down situations. This is so especially in Australia, where rural townships have been economically gutted, so that foreigners can buy up land cheaply, thanks to our local traitorous elite. Nevertheless, one will still be safer in the country than the city, for no other reason than that the cities have been basically lost.