“Queens (NY) residents arm themselves”
Ramtha: Move out of the cities –
“climate change and its catastrophic results”

Keone Singlehurst, 42, who lives in a bungalow on Beach 87th Street in the
Rockaways, says he wouldn’t hesitate to use a bow on a looter.
Photo Credit: Mark Morales/New York Daily News

– “Queens residents arm themselves in the post-storm blackout from looters”
“Residents feel isolated and some use guns, baseball bats, booby traps — even a bow and arrow — to defend themselves.”

“Ever since Sandy strafed the Queens peninsula and tore up the boardwalk, it’s become an often lawless place where cops are even scarcer than electrical power and food. Locals say they are arming themselves with guns, baseball bats, booby traps — even a bow and arrow — to defend against looters.

Thugs have been masquerading as Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) workers, knocking on doors in the dead of night,” by Clare Trapasso , Mark Morales AND Corky Siemaszko in the New York Daily News.
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– UPDATE: September 2, 2014
Another reason to get out of the cities –
“U.S. Army Plans to Battle Anti-Government Dissidents In ‘Megacities'”
By Paul Joseph Watson,
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– Ramtha and JZ on climate change – from 2007

– “Ramtha on the climate change and its catastrophic results”
Click here for the 2.5 minute video excerpt.

– JZ on climate change
“The climate change and its catastrophic results have been created by humanity.
Never before in human reckoning have we stood upon the precipice of our own demise.

Global warming is here today — no longer fiction, but fact.
It is not too late to change our choices.”

– JZ Knight

– Ramtha’s Recommendations for Sovereignty – for everyone
Move out of the cities and away from the water. Acquire as much as you can of the following items in order to be self-sufficient and not dependent upon social or governmental services:

1. Food, food, food — as much as you can. Acquire at least two years per person.
Grow your own food and put it up – and even on a small parcel if you live in the cities.

2. Water from a well on land in the country, tested annually for quality, and stored in quantity.

3. Non-electrical tools of all kinds.

4. Non-hybrid seeds of all varieties.

5. Winter clothes, boots, sturdy shoes.

6. Small parcel of land in a rural area with a well, away from the cities.

Note: Ramtha also mentioned in the mid-1980s to have a small amount of gold and silver coins stored — but not have that in a bank vault, which could become inaccessible. He recently said now is not the time to buy these commodities, which are near near record highs.
Read more from Ramtha’s Last Waltz of the Tyrants.

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