Reset on Your Terms, or be Forced into the “Great Reset” on Theirs

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by Kratos

Knowing their mind control over the masses is so perfect that hardly anyone can have a human reaction to it, the power elite get off on bragging about what they will do to us. Inevitably, when we “right-wing conspiracy theorists” point out the firmly established dystopian nightmare we currently reside in, the response from those masses is to (disingenuously) ask us for a solution to the problem.

We respond, knowing they’re not really interested in an answer. The basis of the question is merely to suggest there can’t be a solution. Outside of the political processes that have brought us to this terrible state in the first place, that is. 

For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, I have ideas on what might pass for solutions to this problem. These are my solutions, which came to me through the lens of my own knowledge of the current situation, the sequence of events and ideas that brought us here, and the stated agenda of the people who will carry them and us into the future. 

Take what serves you and leave the rest. Your knowledge and experience, your level of incredulity to the seriousness of the situation, and your environment may bring you to different conclusions, different solutions.

But whatever you are going to do, start doing it yesterday.

Crippling inflation is here, and will get worse under the Great Reset.

As the world begins to abandon the dollar as the dominant reserve currency, the ghosts of Weimar and Zimbabwe darken our door. Unlike Zimbabwe and Weimar, this hyperinflation is planned, so they can use the crisis to implement agendas no one would otherwise approve.

Couple this reality with the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development in the 21st Century – Agenda 21 for short. Signed by George H.W. Bush at the Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro in 1992, the plan was for massive depopulation of the planet and theft of the vast majority of land from the citizens. This was followed by Agenda 2030 – the original agenda on steroids.

The World Economic Forum rebranded the agenda as The Great Reset.

You can read it all for yourself, but beware, you risk alienation if you speak of it

A map of the United States under Agenda 21 shows almost no land allowed for human activity and just a few tiny blips – the smart super cities – where humans will be herded, tagged, and tracked like cattle into twenty-by-thirty foot paddocks. It’s a plan so evil it is incomprehensible to the average person. Anyone who dares speak of it, even though the documents are easily accessed and read, risks being seen as an utterly deranged, paranoid lunatic.

In this society, the cost of sanity is a certain level of alienation, as many of you surely know. Pay it gladly.

As a pandemic was used to paralyze the world with fear, it became clear it was the perfect cover to nuke the economy once and for all, and to implement heretofore unthinkable tenets of Agenda 21 and other aspects of their generations-long enslavement plans. The supply chain was trashed and has yet to recover. Farms were forced to destroy horrific amounts of product; vegetables, dairy, meat.

Under the Great Reset and other “climate change” initiatives being rolled out as you read, your diets will be strictly controlled, and meat will virtually be eliminated. You will eat worms and bugs, and you will never be happier.

My moment of truth

As this was all unfolding, one day, as I was lying in bed, I came to my moment of truth: I will lose everything.

I had already lost my job, and the government response to the pandemic had decimated my industry. Suddenly all the excuses I made for being unable to lessen my dependency on the grid evaporated. I had no choice. There was absolutely no circumstance under which I would allow them to inject me. And I knew that alone would mean I needed to “reset” on my own terms or be destroyed by theirs.

This, of course, beckoned me back to why I became a prepper and all of those things in the first place – the urge to take stock of all of the necessities in my life that I am not currently in control of and take control of them, only now with extreme prejudice and urgency. This includes but is perhaps not limited to water, food, shelter, energy, and security at a fundamental survival level.

It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you stop making excuses

I, of course, enthusiastically claimed the obscene pandemic unemployment money, knowing they were going to destroy the economy whether I took it or not (I did not buy a new TV, I assure you). Once that ran out, we lived month to month. And we even had to allow our car to be repossessed because we couldn’t afford both the mortgage and a car payment. With further and more profound economic crises imminent and inevitable, I knew our days were numbered (because that is the plan). I knew they would eventually foreclose on our house, and we would lose our home and all of the equity we built over the nine-plus years we lived there.

My wife and I implemented our own Great Reset: We sold our house and made enough profit after it was all said and done to buy a piece of raw, secluded land, debt-free. To live in the meantime, we purchased a travel trailer that we set up on the property while developing the homestead, including our permanent residence.

Many of you may be thinking about the family who did the same thing and had their property confiscated by the local constabulary. Take these sorts of things into account when you make your own plan. Something like that simply does not happen where I live. The county permit office is well aware of my plans for this land and has offered zero resistance. I have permits for septic and power, and these are now installed on my property with their royal blessings.

Our homestead, free and clear and thriving

We have secured, free and clear, land, shelter, and waste management (septic). In the coming weeks will have a well installed, so we have water. Let me be clear that in the near term, our power is connected to the grid, and our well will be connected to our on-grid power, so this is not optimal. As I progress in my plan, I’ll implement redundancies in all of these. I also have a creek and a pond on the property, along with multiple wells I plan to install. Therefore, water will almost always be available.

For food, I am building a 3,200 square foot garden area that will have fourteen 100 square foot raised beds, a greenhouse, and various fruit trees and shrubs when finished. I already have my chickens on site, laying eggs. When the fencing is fully installed, there should be enough land for my chickens to free-range and produce eggs with little to no supplemental feed.

We have rabbits currently housed at a friend’s house. The rabbits will be brought on property in a few weeks and will be bred for meat. I have planted 15 moringa trees, which, along with all that can be foraged from the many acres of forest that we own, will provide much of their food needs through our long growing season.

And finally, we plan to raise quail for meat because they mature much earlier than chickens, are easy to turn over and replace, and are tastier than chicken meat. The many acres of forest surrounding the homestead is plentiful in wild game and wild edibles – deer, squirrel, hog, blackberries, huckleberries, acorns, etc. Once my food systems are in full production, I’ll have enough food to survive and perhaps thrive.

Community is needed for the greater good

I am under no delusions that my land will be a kingdom unto itself, independent and fully self-contained with no need for help or trade with the rest of society. Despite the relative seclusion of our 10.5 acres, people do live in our neighborhood. I have already begun to plant the seeds of an interdependent community there.

This is the essence of agorism – the counter economy. Because people like me will soon be shut out of the “white” economy, controlled by the Establishment, for me to survive, I will have to rely on the community to work together through black and grey markets and otherwise voluntary cooperation.

I can grow food, but I’m not good at, say, repairing my car. Also, I don’t have many of the tools and machinery required to manage a large piece of land. People in my neighborhood do, which will have to be the foundation for our counter-economy, or, as the vonuans call it, our ethical enclave. We will have each other’s backs and help one another in times of need. We will rely on each other for security – it’s safe to assume they are all well armed; I hear them every time I visit. Perhaps we will even develop our own currency. We will build a micro-society of people who didn’t sit on their butts and watch their lives be stolen. 

Decide, before its too late

If you end up reading my work regularly, you’ll quickly find that I am fond of quotes. Historical quotes, movie quotes, it doesn’t matter. I promise not to quote Lord of the Rings too often, but here is a sequence in Fellowship of the Ring that I hope inspires you to take action, deal with the reality you’ve been handed, and not be a victim:

Frodo: I wish the Ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened.

Gandalf: So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.

This encapsulates, I think, the fundamental hurdle most people won’t be able to clear as the Great Reset forces them to choose between the Establishment slave grid and whatever options are available to them as time continues to run out. Most people think they are entitled to the American Dream, entitled to a life better than their parents had, and that their children are entitled to a life better than they had.

It is a harsh reality to accept all that has been stolen from us

I will likely never do many of the things I’ve always dreamed of doing, like visiting the ancient monuments of Egypt, Greece, China, Rome, and Latin America. I won’t have a career with retirement nor a pension. When I die, I will have little to leave my children.

It is, in fact, likely, I have conceded, almost all of those closest to me will not heed my warnings. Nor will they take urgent, radical, direct action to remove themselves from the horrors here now and to come. I have fought for them, fought for their minds, to awaken them, to show them what must be done – which was always, ever, to JUST. SAY. NO. Hardly anyone listened.

When I say give up hope, it is not out of despair but a harsh, honest analysis of the present reality.

In the battle for the hearts and minds of humanity, we lost. New pandemics, new variants, new vaccines, deepening economic crises, new false flags, new draconian, dystopian hells are about to be unleashed. The year 2020 left me no doubt what the reaction of the masses will be. Even if they know it’s fake or overblown, they’ll comply because the spirit of independence and rebellion has been bred out of them through generations of cumulative trauma-based mind control. The Establishment continuously brags about what they’ve done, what they’re doing, and what they plan to do, and, year over year, generation over generation, no one ever hangs for it. It is what it is.

I have fought my fight, and I am not bitter

This isn’t me throwing my hands at the ignorant sheep, saying they don’t deserve to be awakened. It is me knowing that if I expend too much energy trying to wake people up to stop something that has already been done, I will be sucked into the same black hole as everyone else. This isn’t the starting gun, my friends. We’ve crossed the finish line. This is the Endgame. I can only decide what to do with the time given me, the time I still have left. 

And if I am wrong, if the hero swoops in to save us, or, by some miracle, the masses are not as vacuous, helplessly traumatized, and chemically lobotomized as I estimate, no one will be happier than I. Maybe I can still take that trip to Egypt. But I have already committed myself to this life for so long that it is what I enjoy. It is what I want, come hell or high water. 

So there I will be, on my homestead, eating the best food, enjoying peace and solitude, until I shuffle off the mortal coil. And if circumstances arise that there is no way out of this dystopian hell, not even completely unplugging from their Matrix, that’s the hill I will die on, and I am ready for it.

There are fates worse than death, and those are not my future. Are they in yours?

About the Author

Kratos has been prepping for civilizational collapse of various types since the 2007-08 economic crash, when, studying its economic causes, came to the horrifying conclusion that the next collapse was not only inevitable but would be final. He implements and integrates survival, prepping, homesteading, agorism, and VONU to increase resiliency, build networks of interdependency, decrease vulnerability to coercion, and, as Camus said, “become so absolutely free that [his] very existence is an act of rebellion.” Connect with him on MeWe and on Bitchute

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  • Kratos, I feel the same way. I was lucky enough to get a little bit of land in 2014, so I have made a bit of headway in determining what I can and can’t do, in terms of food. I live in a semi-arid region and am not permitted to irrigate, so my options are limited, but they’re there. And I have spent the past seven years nurturing those friendships with neighbors that you’ve been talking about. Some of my neighbors are completely crazy, you definitely can’t assume everything will be great with neighbors, but at this point I know who the good ones are, and we have good working relationships. Best of luck to you with your homestead!

    • usually having a positive outlook, I didnt ever think America would be in this kind of mess in my lifetime!@!!! well, I was wrong, so wrong….its here, its scary, and whats worse, I HAD 5 ac in the mts up til 4 yrs ago!!!! I didnt like the cold so I sold, went south…..tho I love the south, I now wish I had kept that acreage, because I was closer to whats left of family, they are on the mtn….mtn folk take care of their own and those they trust, so we wouldve been all set. now, I couldnt even get back there to stay with them, stuck here and husband doesnt care abt prepping, worrying about whats about to happen; we are older, not in great shape, so our chance of survival is very small. we couldnt protect our home, its too big, he wont move, wont consider another piece of land, we probably dont have time to go find one. anyway, this was a great article, God bless everyone, stay safe thru this mess…..

  • My land is paid for and the house is being built slowly as we have money. No mortgage. Our cars are old and used, but no car payment. I don’t buy the latest fashion. Many of my furniture I found on craigslist for less than new would cost. Because my husband is a Texas 100% disabled veteran, we have tax exemption on our property. I am rated only at 40%. I know that when the government collapses our military retirements will be in trouble. We are off grid. Remember the less ties you have to the system, then the less control they have over you. Although I have a regular toilet downstairs, the upstairs toilet will be a composting toilet to slow down the need for water. We have our own well.

    • Just make sure your well works when power goes down. Ours will, so I bought a bucket to throw down as well as a hand pumped one with a stake that gets put into the ground. We went a week without power and was able to figure out what we still needed from that. That is also an excellent way to try to see if you got what you need, turn off your main power source, acting like a power outage and see how long you can do it and if you still need stuff to handle it when it goes completely dark through other means not so friendly.

      • Good ideas, but also just walking through each room and listing everything that uses power and then buying non electric alternatives of the necessary things.

      • If you are looking for a way to keep a well pumping even if the grid goes down (an important aspect of rural preparedness), then look into “Sun Pumps.” These are pumps which use what’s called a “direct solar” power source. By that, they mean that they only require a solar panel (or panels) and an inverter, but NO battery bank. Essentially, it pumps “when the sun shines” and shuts down when it’s dark (or very cloudy). However, if you also tie-in a large poly (or whatever) tank to the system, it will continuously fill up the tank, thereby giving you a large reservoir of water even when the pump isn’t operating. You could even allow the overflow at the top outlet of the tank to flow freely and “do some work” such as keeping livestock troughs full and/or a pond full and/or gardens/groves watered, etc. These pumps are slow, but are very simple and rugged systems (solid brass, bronze, stainless, etc.) with almost no moving parts. Rebuild kits can also be purchased to service them yourself, although I’ve read that they have very long service lives (20yrs-ish). They’re used in places such as the Outback and Savannah, sometimes pumping water out and then (with the addition of another direct-solar “pusher pump”) to send water many miles to villages, etc. A rural preppers dream in other words.

        Although I have yet to install one on our own rural acreage, I fully intend to (soon) and I’ve researched them extensively. They’re sized based upon the depth of the well and expectation of output. There are two types, one being designed specifically for suction (in-well pump) or on the surface as a “pusher pump” to push the suctioned water to distant locations. Very simple yet effective systems (K.I.S.S. … keep it simple, stupid). Not very expensive either by the way.

        The ones I’ll be using are from (and no, I have no affiliation with them).

        All the best y’all and keep yer powder dry!


  • Kratos, you and I have similar set ups.
    Did not lose the job or home, but found a place with a stream, pond, acreage, good neighbors/community.
    Working on the gardens, as they are always a work in progress.

    Charles H. Smith has mentioned the Great Reset more than a few times in the past.
    He too recommends what you are suggesting: Go local, decentralize, get as independent and self-reliant as possible.

  • I have been banging this drum for years. People don’t need to have a bugout bag in case things go sideways, they need to bug out right now before it is too late.

    • I have heard this call and drumming for years and desire to bug out now. Finances do not allow me. It’s frustrating, knowing I’m stuck in hell and longing to be elsewhere. I’ll keep banging the drums with you, though. It’s time to get out.

  • My wife and I were both engineers and believed in staying out of debt and saving, so in our 40’s we decided to find some land to retire to. In 1994 we bought 95 acres, some open and most of it heavily wooded with plenty of deer and turkey. We built in 2001 and moved in 2002. I went Galt at 52; my wife still works off the farm.

    Over time we’ve developed our ‘farm’ with goats (milk and meat), calves, rabbits and chickens. I’ve got the garden working and this year we enlarged it significantly. If you garden, you can save a lot of time and labor using Ruth Stout’s gardening method. I’ve used it for over 10 years and it makes gardening a joy, rather than a labor of love.

    I pressure can everything that I can, including meats. I also freeze dry things like excess goat milk, excess eggs. Because deer are so plentiful and doing damage to the garden, I plan to pressure can venison this fall to the extent that I can find Mason jars.

    We aren’t set up to get off the grid, but, except for AC we have the means to do everything manually that we do with power. As a kid 70 years ago we didn’t have AC; I’ll relearn how to live without if I need to. I have enough solar capacity to recharge small things (cell, laptops, comms, and my ham rig) I have alternate means of cooking and baking that require no electricity.

    We were very fortunate to have taken the correct path and to have had time to follow it. I have 4 sisters and my wife has 3 sisters who all are following their own advice and not preparing, in spite of my gentle nudges and questions to make them think. They may believe that they can show up on our doorstep with an open hand, no skills and an empty stomach. I think they may be mistaken, because the cost of staying will be a significant change of attitude and a strong back, since they can’t contribute with any usable skills.

    The very rural neighborhood is very loosely connected and some are more cooperative than others. Most of us lend equipment and skills as needed, more as barter (don’t pay me, one day I’ll need your help). We know who we are. I am blessed with some very good and skilled neighbors, much more than I deserve.

    All of us hunt to some extent, so weapons and marksmanship isn’t a big issue. Ammo, on the other hand, might be, but it’s not something that I’ve broached to them. If I have any caliber that they need, I’ll happily share.

    I am not looking forward to the near future. I fear that it will not only be difficult, but it will be bloody. I sincerely hope that I am wrong, but I don’t think that I am. There are way too many whose only cure is to apply Rule 556.

    For those who are preparing but not yet where you want to be, don’t give up. Every step forward moves you closer to your goals. To all; help when you can, advise when you know, and keep on keeping on. And keep a smile on your face, 1) because you are going in the right direction, and 2) it keeps the bastards confused.

  • “the cost of sanity is a certain level of alienation”

    alienation is a good cover for insanity too.

  • “Our homestead, free and clear and thriving”

    in this Great Reset, do you believe “they” will allow you to keep it?

    • If you go with the UN agenda…. No one is allowed to own property. Everyone has to live in the city in a small square footage apartment. No single family homes. You have to ask the government for the privileged of having a child…but you have to pay extra for the child’s carbon footprint. You aren’t allowed to produce your own food nor rain water entrapment. Remember what the former King of Belgium said. If you own oil, then you own nations. You own the water, then you own the world.

      • “un agenda”. nah, it’s an old plan. genesis 47:20-21 “So Joseph bought all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh, for every Egyptian sold his field, because the famine was severe upon them. Thus the land became Pharaoh’s. As for the people, he removed them to the cities from one end of Egypt’s border to the other.”

    • Like I said, this is the hill I die on, if i must, and I’m ready for it. There are fates worse than death. I will never submit to this, they’ll have to kill me rather than force it upon me.

      • I do not think it is logistically possible.
        350 million Americans.
        How are they going to round all those people up, across that kind of land mass?

        Nearly two-thirds of U.S. counties now ‘Second Amendment sanctuaries’. More than a few backed by local LEOs.
        Since the 2020 fiery but mostly peaceful protests, we have seen back to back gun purchases records to include many first time buyers, minorities and women. Good for them, I say.

        Some 40% of military members have not taken the COVID vaccine, and now if the vaccine is made mandatory, some military members say they will quit (how that works is a different topic). Seems more than a few military members would not just “follow orders.”

        The military has already had a issue with retention and recruiting as it is, been going on now for nearly a decade. What kind of recruits are they going to get with this all new, woke military?
        I am sad to say, it appears the remaining US troops at Bagram airfield, cut the power and left the base in the middle of the night. That is not a slight against our military, but I suspect a leadership “issue,” in this new woke military. Perhaps even farther up the chain of command, and not a military decision but political one.

        Bring in UN troops? Their history as a peace keeping force has not been exactly stellar.

        Sure, we can “what if” all day. None of it means a thing till it actually happens.
        Till then, prep on.

        • “How are they going to round all those people up, across that kind of land mass?”

          genesis 41:25 “Now Joseph said to Pharaoh, ‘Pharaoh’s dreams are one and the same; God has told to Pharaoh what He is about to do. 26 The seven good cows are seven years; and the seven good ears are seven years; the dreams are one and the same. 27 The seven lean and ugly cows that came up after them are seven years, and the seven thin ears scorched by the east wind will be seven years of famine. 28 It is as I have spoken to Pharaoh: God has shown to Pharaoh what He is about to do. 29 Behold, seven years of great abundance are coming in all the land of Egypt; 30 and after them seven years of famine will come, and all the abundance will be forgotten in the land of Egypt, and the famine will ravage the land. 31 So the abundance will be unknown in the land because of that subsequent famine; for it will be very severe. 32 Now as for the repeating of the dream to Pharaoh twice, it means that the matter is determined by God, and God will quickly bring it about. 33 Now let Pharaoh look for a man discerning and wise, and set him over the land of Egypt. 34 Let Pharaoh take action to appoint overseers in charge of the land, and let him exact a fifth of the produce of the land of Egypt in the seven years of abundance. 35 Then let them gather all the food of these good years that are coming, and store up the grain for food in the cities under Pharaoh’s authority, and let them guard it. 36 Let the food become as a reserve for the land for the seven years of famine which will occur in the land of Egypt, so that the land will not perish during the famine …’ 53 When the seven years of plenty which had been in the land of Egypt came to an end, 54 and the seven years of famine began to come, just as Joseph had said, then there was famine in all the lands, but in all the land of Egypt there was bread. 55 So when all the land of Egypt was famished, the people cried out to Pharaoh for bread; and Pharaoh said to all the Egyptians, ‘Go to Joseph; whatever he says to you, you shall do.’ 56 When the famine was spread over all the face of the earth, then Joseph opened all the storehouses, and sold to the Egyptians; and the famine was severe in the land of Egypt. 57 The people of all the earth came to Egypt to buy grain from Joseph, because the famine was severe in all the earth …”

          genesis 47:13 “Now there was no food in all the land, because the famine was very severe, so that the land of Egypt and the land of Canaan languished because of the famine. 14 Joseph gathered all the money that was found in the land of Egypt and in the land of Canaan for the grain which they bought, and Joseph brought the money into Pharaoh’s house. 15 When the money was all spent in the land of Egypt and in the land of Canaan, all the Egyptians came to Joseph and said, ‘Give us food, for why should we die in your presence? For our money is gone.’ 16 Then Joseph said, ‘Give up your livestock, and I will give you food for your livestock, since your money is gone.’ 17 So they brought their livestock to Joseph, and Joseph gave them food in exchange for the horses and the flocks and the herds and the donkeys; and he fed them with food in exchange for all their livestock that year. 18 When that year was ended, they came to him the next year and said to him, ‘We will not hide from my lord that our money is all spent, and the cattle are my lord’s. There is nothing left for my lord except our bodies and our lands. 19 Why should we die before your eyes, both we and our land? Buy us and our land for food, and we and our land will be slaves to Pharaoh. So give us seed, that we may live and not die, and that the land may not be desolate.’ 20 So Joseph bought all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh, for every Egyptian sold his field, because the famine was severe upon them. Thus the land became Pharaoh’s. 21 As for the people, he removed them to the cities from one end of Egypt’s border to the other.”

          that’s how.

          • Without a doubt, that has got to be the dumbest argument you have ever made.
            Even more so proclaiming that is how it is going to happen.

            And dont try to use the drought going on in the West and SW as evidence. As we all know, historically the West has been a arid region. Lewis and Clark called it the Great American Desert. According to JPL scientist the 1900s was an unusually wet period for the region. It is just reverting back to its normal condition.
            The only thing that has change, the addition of a whole lot more people.

            Meanwhile, here in the NE, last week, 3/4 of an inch of rain.
            Last night, 1.37 of an inch of rain. More in the forecast.
            Later this week, what remains of hurricane Elsa and more rain.
            My brook was just over its banks, running fast this morning.
            Your Joseph and Pharaoh can show up, but the fields are green, gardens are growing, livestock fat and happy.
            I’m not buying what they are selling.

            No doubt you will, and run gladly for the FEMA camps.

            • Change those storehouses of grain in the Bible passages over to the warehouses of food and supplies in our time. What would be the way for those in charge to cut them off from us: transportation. We’ve already seen what happens when those supply chains slowed down in 2020. If those in charge take over the means of transportation (planes, ships, trains, trucks, etc.) then we would be in a world of hurt. That’s when they would want us all to relocate to those small spaces in the cities to make transporting our needs “easier” to manage.
              I’m sure there are other ways too, but that is the first one I thought of that is comparable to the Bible story.

              • And considering the recent computer hacks, it wouldn’t take them much in the way of effort to shut down not only the means of transportation, but the fuel supplies those transporters need to get our food and supplies to the people around the country. I’m sure someone has already thought of this.

                • “I’m sure someone has already thought of this”

                  they have. what they seem to be focusing on is digital currency – this would allow control down to the individual level.

                • I traded some eggs with the neighbors for veggies the other day.
                  How is that controlling us down to the individual level?

                • “How is that controlling us down to the individual level?”

                  well if “I” == “us”, you got nothing to worry about.

              • “that is the first one I thought of that is comparable to the Bible story”

                what most caught my attention is how joseph bought them with their own food. the people attempting this are parasites who have nothing and who are nothing except for what they get from us.

              • As ususal, Aunt7/gman with another drive by useless comment that says and amounts to nothing.

        • What makes you think they want to ’round everyone up’? They will starve / burn out … lock down & so forth till peeps start roaming & killing one another for a morsel. THEN they will send in troops or ??? to clean up & relocate the last hold outs.

          • “What makes you think they want to ’round everyone up’?”

            because he’s presuming they’ll play by his rules.

        • There will not be 350 million Americans. Depopulation is already well under way. Its called a COVID vaccine.

      • Preaching to the choir is your job. It’s the choir’s job to take the message out into the world.

  • We have been prepping for the past 15+ years. Regardless of what drives you, Reset/coming Civil War/economic crash/Marxist Revolution, not being an “expert” myself, all the author is going seems to be a good idea.

    We own a small ranch and had a few under developed 15 acre lots in the general area of us. All have sold, and went to people from big cities. Tampa/Jacksonville/ Reno NV.

    Everybody seems to be into prepping and owning guns as well.

    Saw a song/video on Rumble yesterday about how angry people are, called ” Am I Alone” by Aaron Lewis I believe.

    • -Seminole Wind,
      I hope you are reaching out, building relationships with the transplants.
      A good community will fare better than isolated individuals/steads.

  • Only one life to live,
    So soon it will be passed.
    Only what is done for Jesus Christ,
    Will truly and forever last.

  • I was blessed to get 3 acres of high mountain desert land in 1981. I moved here in 1977. I most recently bought a repo mobilehome to live it. I paid cash as is. It did need some repairs and most of that has been done.

    I did live else where for 12 years but I’ve been back 4 years. There are two wells I had drilled. One is on commercial power. I have a manual winch ready to install on the other.

    The mobilehome is on an off grid solar array that I’m about ready to rebuild and enlarge generation capacity. I’ll be adding solar power to the sheds. In one area I’m using straight 12v power for lights and a camper refrigerator.

    I have mostly good neighbors. One used to brush hog the area of our properties that were next to each other. He died last winter. Another neighbor maintained my vehicles, tractor, and literally saved our lives when I had covid last spring. I was too sick and too weak to meet our needs. He’d come and pick up a shopping list and money set at the front door then he’d set the things just inside the door and leave. My husband has alzheimers but with my directions he could put premade sandwhuches in the fridge, get cold bottles of water and add more. I lost most of 50 lbs and was too weak to meet our needs for months. Another very poor man took it on himself to bring us a hot lunch 3 or 4 times a week for months. He lives in a camp trailer and cooks for his Mom in her 90s.
    A retired police chief picks up my trash if the dogs scatter it. Every two weeks he picks up our trash along with his and takes it to a transfere station 4 miles away. We have some really good neighbors.
    Some are peppers and some aren’t. I’d say more are. The rest are their relatives. It’s an old unincorporated village near some even older Spanish Land Grant villages.

    I’ve known the grand parents here since they were teens or young adults. Most of the older families raise some calves for food and hunt deer and elk on the mountain. A few others like me raise chickens, ducks, and rabbits. I don’t have the land to feed cows or horses. It can realisticly take 7 acres or more to feed a single cow.

    My advise is find something big enough to feed yourself. Rural. Be sure of a source of water and water rights. Find out if you must build or can move in a mobilehome and or prebuilt sheds. To make a residence in a shed here you must have full 8′ walls. Many nice looking sheds do not have 8′ walls. Books, neighbors, and internet can all help you with gardening where you live. It’s more that fertilizer, making rows and dropping in seeds. Learn about the zone and climate where you want to move. I learned n ed from neighbors and a book written for Flagstaff gardening. It’s similar to where I live.

    Things like lingnonberries or blueberries won’t grow in my more alkaline soil. But I grow lingnonberries in a plot that was watered with watered down muriatic acid then mulched with leaves, coffee, and real tea emptied from the the bags. Acid lovers grow there today. So test your soil and work with it. Most vegetables like a more neutral soil.

    It’s the sunny southwest rated at 300 sunny days per year. We have morning and afternoon breezes. Both give us the potential for making our own power. If you find a year around stream you might consider hydro-electric. Try to check out those things when you’re looking for land. 44 years ago we had fewer options.

  • You’re absolutely right that they can blatantly tell us EXACTLY what they have planned and are going to do, and people still won’t believe it and will brush it off as “conspiracy theory.”

    Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates for example write books about their agendas. You repeat any of what they’ve said though, and people act like you’re a lunatic.

  • I was one who rolled my eyes over your other article. You did really well with this one.
    My husband and I are between a rock and a hard place regarding the mortgage. We lost a lot of ground with it during the Obama years. It is an amazing piece of property well suited for a big shtf and the mortgage is a really good rate and payment. Plus it was given to us by my father in law. (The loan is for the house, well & septic) Selling it would mean getting out from under the debt but we would then be stuck on a tiny bit of land that would most likely be less suitable for a shtf event.

  • I have advocated that everyone return to gardening, chicken raising, and whatnot in their own yard if they can. The whole neighborhood, the whole community.

    Then there will be enough food for everyone sharing, exchanging, bartering, or just being generous.

    And here is the good thing about it. You control everything and TERRORIST can’t interrupt the food supply chain. Impossible.

    Nobody will starve.

    • “I have advocated that everyone return to gardening, chicken raising, and whatnot in their own yard if they can. The whole neighborhood, the whole community”

      sounds great, ‘cept full-time by-hand food production is an all-day all-week job and no-one will have any time for anything else and the community will devolve down into a mediaeval existence with its high mortality rates and subjection to organized bandits posing as “protection”. farmlets like what 1stmarinejarhead and Joanna miller and mette say they’re running sound great until you realize they exist as they do only within the framework of the existing grid – if that grid goes away then their situations may suddenly become entirely untenable.

      • Absolute nonsense. Once my food systems are in full production I’ll spend 12 hours a week – tops – tending to it. I produce my own fertilizer, fully regenerative without outside input. My chickens are free range, I have a rooster and will replenish the flock on site. I can easily feed my rabbits from my garden and from wild foraging. You can make all the excuses you want but if there is a will there is absolutely a way, and in the current year we have the accumulated knowledge of many generations, as well as the technology, to grow food and thrive far easier than our ancestors before industrial agriculture came along. Yes it requires urgent, radical action. It requires simplification. It requires abandoning old paradigms. But what has been done has been done and it cannot be undone, and the people who make excuses and watch it all happen curled up in an emotional fetal position are going to get absolutely steamrolled by this.

        • Kratos,
          Right you are!
          Chickens and ducks free range. I have so many eggs I am feeding the surplus to the pigs.
          Rabbit tractors! A wooden A-frame with an attached weld wire “run.” Move them a few times a day (takes about 3 seconds to move them each time) and they self feed. Make great lawn mowers too. You have to put really small wire mesh in with the does when they kit out though.
          Gardens: Keep up with the weeding or use some of the methods other authors here on The OP have posted, and work is kept at a min. Same goes for watering of the gardens. When I have too, might take 20 minutes.
          There are those of us who can and do, and there are those who sit behind a computer in their AC cubical and do nothing, like Aunt7/gman. He will be the first inline at the FEMA camps for his protein bug bar.

          • I sure like your way of thinking! This is a great article for stepping up and doing what needs doing. Eyes wide open. I read here a lot and comment little.
            Indeed, where this is a will there is a way. Folks in general cede way to much power to those who think they are in charge. All of the AI out there depend upon the grid. Unplug em or disable the grid and all those well laid plans of the elite come crashing down.
            Never underestimate the human will to survive. Those that have it will be the ones NOT in the major cities lining up for the FEMA bug protein bars!
            This boils down to battle between good and evil. Anyone who has read the story knows who ultimately wins in the end. Here’s a clue-it’s NOT evil 🙂

            • “disable the grid and all those well laid plans of the elite come crashing down”

              sure. trouble is all your well-laid plans will be highly stress-tested too. same thing for you – can you go an entire year without spending a single dollar on outside input? if not then you’re just as vulnerable as the “elite”.

              • Guess we’ll just have to wait and see! I certainly plan to give it a try and live how I want to live. I will get my “outside inputs” as you call em from various local/neighbors. There isn’t much I need and time will tell what I will do without 🙂

                • “I will get my ‘outside inputs’ as you call em from various local/neighbors”

                  that’s what it will take, and you might want to get started now finding out what you need and what your locals/neighbors can in fact do.

                • What do you think people like myself, ClergyLady, Mette, Kratos, Leethal et al. have been doing?

                  There are those of us who can and do.
                  There are those who sit behind a keyboard in their AC cubical, making smarmy comments waiting to be the first in line for their FEMA Bug Protein Bars.

                • What do you think we, Kratos, Leethal, ClergyLady, Dawn, InTheBooniesTX, et al. have been practicing, training all these years?
                  We have the means of production. We are significantly further from vulnerability than your average non-prepper.

                  There are those who can and do in the here and now to prep for the later.

                  Then there are those who sit behind a keyboard in the climate controlled cubical, making smarmy comments, waiting to be the first in line for their FEMA Protein Bug Bars.

                • “What do you think we, Kratos, Leethal, ClergyLady, Dawn, InTheBooniesTX, et al. have been practicing, training all these years?”

                  what you think is going to happen, the way you think it’s going to happen, under the conditions you think it’s going to happen.

                  but that’s not how it’s going to happen.

                  “We are significantly further from vulnerability than your average non-prepper”

                  yes you are, much further than most. certainly more than me – I’m envious.

                  but given the presumptions and assumptions you’ve evidenced, you’re not nearly as far along as you think.

                • @ant7

                  “what you think is going to happen, the way you think it’s going to happen, under the conditions you think it’s going to happen.

                  but that’s not how it’s going to happen”

                  On that I can honestly say you have a 90% chance of being wrong. I’ve been doing this prepper thing for over 30 years. I’ve made it a point to not discount ANY scenario. I’ve long been an advocate of war gaming ANY scenario including aliens coming to enslave the planet.

                  The bottom line is that no matter a given scenario it can be broken down into easily digestible parts, and those parts are interchangeable with other completely different scenarios. So you plan for those parts.

                  Food, shelter, medical security, environment, etc.

                  If a person keeps their mind flexible they can see the similarities to a different specific scenario they have planned for and adjust.

                  I have a long list of scenarios that have been broken down. I might be momentarily surprised at a given scenario but I’ll analyse it and adapt.

                • @1stMarineJarhead:

                  “What do you think we, Kratos, Leethal, ClergyLady, Dawn, InTheBooniesTX, et al. have been practicing, training all these years?
                  We have the means of production. We are significantly further from vulnerability than your average non-prepper.”

                  And that’s assuming that those sharing a bit aren’t hedging far more than they’re sharing.

                  I share some very general things. Sure I’ll say that I have something like 500 rounds for my hunting rifle – I shared a few boxes with my hunting group because there was none to be found locally. But I sure don’t go into just how many guns I have or how much ammo I have in total.

                  In the 20 plus years I’ve been talking online about preparedness / survival I’ve met a lot of trolls and many a doubting Thomas. The people who think they’re poking holes in your plans or playing devils advocate never seem to realize that few people talking online ever mention their full plans.

                  Back in the day my other half told me there was this new show I might be interested in called Survival Man. We started watching it and I was pointing out Les’s mistakes in real time. I’ll give him a ton of credit for mentioning that he was about to do something dumb and then explaining why and what the better course of action was.

                  So yeah, I know quite a bit. I’m comfortable heading into the woods with just a knife or naked if that was the case, but I don’t want to.

                  When I was 15 a military survival/escape and evasion instructor could not find my hooch and he was standing 2 feet from it. That was over over 30 years ago, I’ve been doing this a long time.

                  My physical survival library is over 200 books on everything from sewing to surgery.

                  I can’t begin to count the thousands of dollars I’ve spent on making sure i have the tools and information to ensure my survival.

                  I’m not worried about food or where my next meal is coming from. Are there still small holes in my preps? There sure are. I could spent millions of dollars and still find holes in them. But the bottom line is that I’m confident I’ll survive. I’m damn lucky to have a good group, and that increases my odds of survival exponentially. And for the doubter out there, I’m sure they’ll take me because they know that I will increase their chances or survival exponentially as well.

                  Not everyone has been doing this as long as I have. Not everyone has been as lucky as I have been. But everyone can make a huge difference in their chances by doing something now.

                  Didn’t mean to rant.

          • “He will be the first inline at the FEMA camps for his protein bug bar”

            same question for you. can you go an entire year without spending a single dollar on outside input? until then you’re just as vulnerable as everyone else.

        • “without outside input”

          that’s the issue – you’re getting much more outside input than you realize. if you can go an entire year without spending a single dollar on outside input, then maybe you’ll be in a position where “nobody will starve”. until then it’s just a hobby.

      • Not entirely a full time job. Gardening has busy spots but is mostly observing while things grow. Small animal care takes about 15 min a day or less. We supplement with forage but don’t use it as a full feed. Occasionally you need to devote time to mucking out and moving manure. Fruit trees take some daily observation if you are dealing with insect and want to stay on top of them. Wood cutting can be an all day thing for select days or a little at a time more frequently. Same for stacking. Cooking from scratch does take more kitchen time than prepackaged stuff but plenty of time saving tips flood the internet for that. Plenty of people do this while having a full time job.

      • Oh, thanks. People who said it took too much time to garden and what not must think you have to watch your vegetables and chickens grow. No, you maintain and go do something else. The growing will take care of itself. So will the animals.

  • Rage against the night. It’s all you can do. Keep moving forward no matter how small the steps. Had the same situation as Kratos (wife lost her job) We already had property in the middle of nowhere that we were developing: it became a priority. Sold the house and moved to our property. We have been working like crazy to keep developing it. Inch by bloody sweat filled exhausting inch. Every freaking weekend and spare weekday hours. Sinking every resource we have into it. Near vertical learning curve in some subjects. Now have a Masters Degree from You Tube University. Searching, reading, scouring sites (like this) for information, opinions, rants, raves and sifting through what works for us. Massaging what we have, adding to and shoring up what we need. Surrounded by like minded people. Helping those who ask for it. Still learning…still trying. So to everyone out there…Semper Fidelis! Be “Always Faithful”

  • Dear Kratos,

    The main reason of having come back to my country, Venezuela, already under the devastating effects of those propulsing the Reset Agenda, was to realize that this virus release was just the beginning.
    You´re right. My career and my pension was stolen from me. They just pulled off the dang carpet off my very own feet. The future I thought secure disappeared in a blink.
    And I´ve seen others who worked with me to remain astonished, and did nothing to protect themselves, falling under the front wheels of this huge bus driven by a horde of maniacs.

    No matter where you had planned to go, sooner or later the Reset will bite you in the arse. This is not advocating fear, it´s the most probable scenario given the FACTS of recent years. So I´m trying to build something here with the remains of what my once prosperous life was, and educate my only child within the same environment and the same values that made me who I am now.

  • Talking with friends who are cops and in the guard, locally at least this is not going to fly. They will not enforce this kind of agenda and most would actively oppose this being enforced from the federal (or international) level. This is also a rural area, so the sentiment may be different than other areas.

    In all reality the feds do not have the bodies required to force this on the entire country. There are many that will go to the cities willingly but the rural areas will take time.

    I have no doubts that the edicts will be issued and that they may try force, but I’m not sure they can succeed long term. Can they win? Maybe, but I don’t think they can win 100%. The single greatest weakness of the US (and USSR) military has been committed guerillas. Afghanistan has proven that willing people with 100% committment to their cause and low technoligy/crappy supply lines can beat thr best technology and good supply lines. And those where thousands of miles away with no threat to the families of tbe troops. That kind of situation in the US would mean those troops would have to worry about their families as well – and that would have a negative effect on morale and efficiency/efectiveness.

    Short of a total war with nothing off the table makes it very difficult for the agressor in that situation. A total war with nothing off the table kind of defeats the purpose of taking the land – if it is unuseable what is the point in taking it or holding it?

    There is always a cost benefit analysis, I think in this case the cost of 100% success is greater than the benefit. I think the most likely scenario is that there will be areas that remain outside of their control.

    I’d rather have an 1800s life and be free than have all the modern conveniences and a life of slavery. There are many people out there that would rather be free than be a slave no matter the cost. I don’t think the people who want the “Great Reset” truly understand this, and not understanding your opponent can bite you in the butt in the long term.

    I have no illusions that it will be easy or fun, but I’ve made my decision and I know there are many who have made the same decision.

    I think the folks pushing the Great Reset will be surprised at how many people won’t go along with their plan willingly.

    I guess we will see what happens.

    • Wow!
      Yes sir-right there with you. Have found some of what you said about local troops etc to be true in my rural area as well.
      I have no illusions about anything being easy. I am of Kratos’s mind-I am on the same hill and if I die on it, so be it.
      I am ZERO% interested in becoming a slave.
      Live free.

    • “Afghanistan has proven that willing people with 100% committment to their cause and low technoligy/crappy supply lines can beat thr best technology and good supply lines”

      this ignores roe. your opponents will not be playing by the same roe.

      • @antman7

        “this ignores roe. your opponents will not be playing by the same roe.”

        Wow. You really have no clue, guerilla shoulr have been your tip off.

  • I had the same realization that Kratos had. Hadn’t lost my job, but I had a huge mortgage on a little farm with a sweet house that I knew I would lose if I stayed with it because I knew hard economic times were coming. Strongly felt the Spirit was telling me to get debt-free. This was Jan. 2019 (pre-Covid). Found 20 acres that cost a lot less 2 hours from there. Had an RV to live in, elec, and a container. Sold the farm, used the proceeds, moved to the property in May 2020 and have been on a manic pace to get my homestead settled. I love the way someone wrote that they’ve been on a vertical learning curve. I feel the same way. It’s just me, so I’m struggling with everything alone. As a woman whose focus has been more of gardening, canning, creating a home, sewing, etc, it’s been a huge challenge to do the traditionally male activities of vehicle repair, gun cleaning, putting in a well and making sure I can run it with a generator if I necessary, creating a root cellar, and on and on.

    The important point I want to make is that … I’m here. Debt-free. If I can do it, anyone can. Look for like-minded neighbors and a local sheriff that respects/defends the Bill of Rights and the US Constitution. Constantly make progress. Every day, do something to expand or improve the homestead and your ability to stand on your own. Would have been great to have started 10 years ago, but at least I’m here now. I would encourage anyone reading this article and the comments to DO IT. NOW. Get going! Don’t wait another minute wondering. They have nothing good for us in their agendas and we will loose everything if we don’t take the enormous initiative it takes to take full control of our own lives. It’s not easy, but it is very satisfying.

      • You’re welcome 1stMarineJarHead!

        I appreciate your contributions to this topic as well. My barn is finally complete and my little home is nearly done. Have ducks, chickens, sheep, milk cow and calf along with my sweet dog, garden, and full time RN job. Busier than a one-armed paper hanger. As soon as the house is done I can finally retire …and work harder than ever! A rocking chair was never my idea of how to retire – lol

    • @Freedom Loving Jeannie RN

      That is awesome!

      I have a mortgage but if it all goes sideways I walk away from it all. Fortunately I do have somewhere else to go.

      My property is for my long term, it isn’t going sideways plan. I expect it to go sideways and have planned accordingly.

      • Unless you live close to your back up plan, it’s going to be pretty difficult to have it ready for when things go sideways. I’m so glad that LIVE at my remote location. The work to get it ready is an everyday hard pull with so much more to do.
        I will readily admit that I’m so glad I’m not staying at the place I plan on losing or “walking away from” when things go sideways.
        Best wishes to you.

        • I’d rather be living where I’ll be but that isn’t in the cards right now. I’m not that far from where I have to go.

          Moving closer is a longer term goal. It does mean starting some things over, but those will help by increasing the resale value.

  • Most rural communities are a bit suspicious of outsiders. If you want to fit in start helping your neighbors now, every chance you get. If you hear someone is sick bring them a meal. Weed their garden. Anything opportunity to help jump at the chance. Try to help with joy expecting nothing in return. When times get tough community will be there for you. You have to earn it, there are no handouts for the unprepared in rural America. Good luck

  • What we are facing will be a tough nut to crack even for those of us having some land and the means to cultivate some of it. My aging body continually lets me know that the days of hard physical labor from sunup to sundown are behind me. I have equipment to work the land as long as there is fuel, which could be a very daunting issue in the future. Fuel for equipment, transportation, and generators may be scarce or even non-existent as the independent-minded hold outs are pressured to finally submit.

    I have been toying with the idea of purchasing a scooter. For a man that once rode Harleys it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. The wife would likely think I’ve gone nuts! But a quart of gasoline and a scooter can provide transportation when fuel is scarce. It would be a lot better than a bicycle.

    • -Whydah, ” For a man that once rode Harleys it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. The wife would likely think I’ve gone nuts! ”

      Yep, the end of the world must be neigh.

  • Great article Kratos. Thank you for some thoughts I need to expand on. I am seeing what is happening and comparing to what is to happen according to the Bible. I ask myself as I see the news how does this fit into the “real” plan.
    I see where “their” plan to eliminate as many people as possible first do there aren’t as many to put in the camps. I see where buying land (Gates) and homes (Blackrock?) to move people from ownership. I see where the cyberattacks are to funnel us to panic buy,see how quickly they can affect us. I I feel if the Truth is revealed ( election fraud, sex trafficking, pedophilia) the Evil will shut us down with an EMP, total grid failure because “they” are truly evil and want the power.
    Long before when Satan tried to overthrow God; it was for power and control. To me, this is what is happening here cloaked in the tangible. I feel vulnerable because I live outside of a large city. I have enough property to survive but my location to the city scares me. With prices of land skyrocketed last 18 months it is unlikely I can afford to move. I see the negative and positive in every situation. The attacks by the evil and counter attacks by the good. I live in a State where currently we have a take no prisoners Governor. This State is a coveted place to live-right now.
    I also have tried to wake up family , coworkers and friends only to be scoffed at. Though I know God has won the war and in the end anyone who believes in Jesus, wins; it is the battles until then that concern me.
    I struggle with should I move to a very remote area to try and hide or stay. I am trying to store ever I can and develop skills to live in a very hot climate.
    I am concerned and know that the elites(devil’s workers) will NOT go down without a fight.

  • I found your article moving. You express some of the same sentiments that have been in my mind so much – how much is being stolen from us. And a wish to die on your own land, on your own terms, if need be. But yet – we are in the UK. I am furiously doing all sorts… Trying to buy a bit of bug out woodland…. But I feel it is harder here. In the US you can get really remote. Where can we really hide here? On the nearby common?! Have thought about Wales – but the govt is even harsher and more left there………….. Any suggestions for people in countries where you are more limited by the geography, will be gratefully received………. Much love allx

  • Good article. Thanks!

    Like others here we are full bore into the long term homesteading. One of my final pushes was getting a gov. job (USDA equiv) and seeing the absolute fragility of our food system coupled with the mere illusion of quality/safety. I see stuff on a daily basis that would terrify the public.

    We started off on a 5 acre homestead but have since moved to a more remote 100 acre homestead with a smaller house. We subdivided the 100 acres into 3 parcels of land sold one toheavily pay down mortgage, kept one with the house, and plan on giving one to our son down the road. We produce maple syrup, dairy from our goats, chickens, pigs have an orchard and garden. We are heavily working on a small 1000w 24v solar array (have everything but batteries).

    I’ve found Micheal Bunker’s ‘Beyond off grid’ a great resource to help with mindset.

    I do find it difficult to know exactly the choices to make and when to make them. We are heavily invested in crypto though we do have silver…which is a better play short term/long term? … do we finish paying off our small mortgage or let it ride and pay it off with devalued currency? There is a lot of nuance in these questions and a lot of variables to work into the equation. I tend to hedge my bets and pursue multiple solutions, just in case.

    • @Canuck_Prepper

      “which is a better play short term/long term? … do we finish paying off our small mortgage or let it ride and pay it off with devalued currency?”

      I tend to fall into the “if you can’t hold it in your hand you don’t own it” school of thought.

      Both strategies have merits. Since it is a small mortage I’d tend to split the middle – put money in the mattress that will enable you to pay it quickly if need be but also keeps that money handy if needed for something else.

      This way if you see a too good to pass up deal or an emergency you have the money available. But it also allows you to pay off the mortgage, or a good chunk (depending on how far into the savings plan you are) if they come knocking demanding payment.

      There is a school of thought that says to keep a large stock or coins because in a devalued monetary system coins will not change in value, a quarter will still be worth a quarter because coins are much harder to mint while new paper is much easier to print. Of course in a switch from physical to digital currency or a whole new currency (anyone remember the Amero as the new currency of a unified Canada / Mexico / US?) those coins will be as worthless as the paper money.

  • Exactly. “I have fought my fight, and I am not bitter.” This is exactly right. There comes a point when you have to take care of yourself and your family. Accept that not everyone wants to be saved, not everyone wants to be free. People are free to make their choices; we are free to make our choices.

    That means that some people will choose things we wouldn’t. And they will wag their tongues at us, saying we have “given up hope.” But the object of that hope is never, ever mentioned, even though it is tremendously important. We can stop hoping that people will listen without giving up hope that we, personally, can thrive.

    “Most people think they are entitled to the American Dream, entitled to a life better than their parents had, and that their children are entitled to a life better than they had.”

    A better life? People think that a “better” life involves more money and things. It doesn’t. Enough food, a warm place to sleep, and people who care about you: that’s what brings happiness.

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