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Why I Chose an Image from ‘The Road Movie’ For Anti Lock Down.

For Anti Lock Down, I chose an image for our blogs header which looks rather depressing. There is a strong reason for this. If You have not seen The Road, I recommend you do; it is a very powerful film.


If You have not seen The Road, I recommend you do; it is a very powerful film.

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Now there are many people who think that as it was made about 10 years ago and it opens up with 10 years From Now, that there is some sort of predictive programming going on. I actually don’t think that it is, and even if it was which is unlikely, that is fine by me.

I keep my mind running resiliently enough to not get freaked out by messages that can be interpreted in a way which says my life is in danger. Even if my life is in danger, worrying about it achieves nothing.

Now many people think that as it was made about 10 years ago and it opens up with ’10 Years From Now’, and that there is some sort of predictive programming going on. I don’t think there is, and even if it was which is unlikely, that is fine by me.

I keep my mind running resiliently enough to not get freaked out by messages that can be interpreted in a way which says my life is in danger. Even if my life is in danger, worrying about it achieves nothing.

What is The Road actually about?

American post-apocalyptic survival film, based on the 2006 novel also called The Road by Cormac McCarthy. The film stars Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee as a father and his son in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

I don’t want to give away too much if you have not seen this movie, but what I am writing about is more of the message in the film, what’s important and what can be learned.

I found the film depressing but in a good way. The Road does a great job of trying to get you to feel and imagine an environment which is really unbarable, desperate and unimaginable. What is not explained in the film is the exact cause of the cataclysmic event which leaves most people dead and the majority of the survivors are desperate cannibals.

A father and his son travel across America to try to reach the coast which is further south in the hope they will arrive at a place which is warmer and better their chances of survival.

What I find realistic is the levels of paranoia that someone will be experiencing when travelling in such a hostile environment. No sleep, no food, no warmth, no clean water; not even crops or plant to eat.

The odds of surviving in this environment for years on end are so remote, it makes The Road seem too far fetched in many ways, however; when you consider the many ways the film gets you thinking about the danger you would feel in their position it doesn’t even matter.

Now do I think people in the US or the UK are facing the same way of life? No, and if we are; then none of us will have anything to worry about as we will all be doomed.  

But I do think that the behaviour of the world will experience many many deaths. When you look into some of the content of The Ice Age Farmer, where he explains how fragile and perverted our food supply system is; when you consider that only 60, 000 merchant seamen are responsible for transporting most of the food that 7 to 8 billion people need to survive, we have to accept that we live in a very fragile world.

Most supermarkets can be emptied by panic buying in less than a day. What happens if this supply chain stops? What then?

How many days of food does the average person have in their urban home?

A weeks worth?

Do we really want to be so dependent on the government?

Energy Crisis

Look at the increasing amount of power outages we are having, what about when the global reset, the federal reserve or bank of England printing money to the extent that we face hyperinflation.

How does our energy get paid for?

How long can you survive without electricity, gas cookers and central heating?

When we see these so-called survivalist nuts and preppers, do they look so crazy when the “normal” people are fighting over tins of beans, pasta and that so vitally important toilet paper?

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I am confident that this perverted behaviour of the government and people like bill gates can be stopped, but knowing that you have made some sensible adjustments to the way you buy and store food and energy, may leave you feeling a lot safer and more empowered when the government decides that you can only get certain things when you have a vaccine, or if they cannot manage and or maintain your power grid.

So when I go to Tescos, if I spend £100 on a weekly shop, then I just increase my spend to £130 and buy an extra week’s worth supply of beans, lentils, pasta, (sauces, spices are important too as long shelf life food can be rather boring :-).

To buy your own solar panels, (make sure it is an off-grid solar system) as the grid-connected solar panels shut down with every other grid-connected home.

Make sure you can filter water, Berkley filters are brilliant and are the best ones IMO.

Doing the same for all these things, toiletries, even toilet paper; but trust me that’s the least of your worries. There will always be enough newspapers kicking about to wipe your arse on, and that is really the best thing to do with them anyway.

These mentioned disciplines and techniques are what we should explore, panic buying is irresponsible; although what I do, which is to have 6 months worth of supplies in my home is VERY RESPONSIBLE.

The technique to apply is called by many a food cache, when you need certain things, take the tin or the packet from the back of your pile or stack everything so the oldest is at the front, increase the shelf life, that way none of the food will be wasted.

So again, no I don’t think that will be living like in the movie The Road when the economy eventually collapses causing massive civil unrest in places like the UK and the USA, but it is not going to be nice.

In the great depression, most people worked in agriculture in some shape or form. There were always people who needed to be on farms. Now so much of our food is imported and the food produced nationally is nearly all done with large industrial scale automation, you won’t even be able to pick fruit and live as they did in the book Of Mice and Men. Also, think about how people are lacking resilience these days. Having a low wifi signal or slow internet is enough for many people to lose control of their emotions. How are they going to be when the supermarkets are looking more akin to the supermarkets in North Korea?

IT WILL GET BAD AND VERY VIOLENT!

Make sure you look up this on YouTube and online, there are some great people making content on these topics.

Hopefully, we can get back to normal, but when we consider the levels of debt, political unrest, corruption and all the other doom and gloom, we definitely can’t leave a stone unturned when it comes to maintaining the safety of ourselves and our loved ones!

And if you haven’t seen The Road, watch it! Rarely do I recommend watching the TV these days, but I do also feel that sometimes if you want the lies to watch the news and if you want the truth, or at least part truth, watch the films!

1 Comment

  1. David Dunville

    A great article,nothing seems far fetched anymore,we have somehow got to fight back..

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