Man-made disasters

“Human-instigated disasters are the consequence of technological or human hazards. Examples include human traffic, poverty, slavery, war, social unrest, fires, traffic accidents, industrial accidents, conflicts, terrorism, bioterrorism, nuclear explosions and nuclear radiation, and nuclear war, etc”

Traffic collisions:

While vehicles have become safer over the past 20 years, especially with the evolution of electronic control systems, you are still not safe from having an accident. Driving under the influence, loss of vehicle control, human ego, and other stupid behaviours do not protect you from being hit by an out of control car, or worse, a truck.

It seems that the self-closing rear trunk doors, and Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) just to name a few, have helped soften the brains of some drivers.

If you add to that the risk of severe weather or meeting an animal at night on the highway, having an emergency kit in your vehicle, and the skills that go with it, is definitely a good idea, especially if you are traveling with children.

Domestic terrorism:

“Violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups to further ideological goals stemming from a political, religious, social, or racial nature”.

It is a disturbance of our societies, which include riots and high violence as well as other forms of obstruction, sabotage and which could escalate into general chaos. This high level of violence takes place in your town, in your district, in your street and in front of your house. You and your family are in danger.

Violence and crimes fuelled by political agendas are on the rise. The USA has been severely affected by domestic terrorism these last years. Many European countries have also been victim of this form of terrorism for a few years now. Canada is also starting to be affected. Most political parties in the USA and in Canada use and support these terrorist groups in order to establish totalitarian states, to cancel cultures and to push the globalist agenda.

An important facet of extremism and totalitarianism, is that those whom we might identify as extremists rarely see themselves this way. As far as they are concerned, there are only two choices: right or wrong. It is this that creates the singular most defining aspect of extremism. The creation of “in” and “out” groups. This idea of “in” (those who are right), and “out” (those who are wrong) groups, is one of the emblem of domestic terrorism.

International terrorism & bioterrorism:

“Violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups who are inspired by, or associated with, designated foreign terrorist organizations or nations (state-sponsored).”

International terrorism, which may have traditionally targeted an airplane in flight, has been displaced to a softer target such as a departure lounge, a random knife attack in the streets, a truck attack or mass shootings at events where there will be large crowds.
Terrorists don’t give up because things become too difficult for them, they look for softer targets, and/or conduct more sophisticated attacks. These terrorist acts may also become less sophisticated, which means the number of incidents may increase (how much training is required to hire a truck and drive it along a road packed with pedestrians??) We should be prepared for it. We cannot rely on security services to identify and predict these events.

Political chaos & societal collapse:

It could be the complete failure of a government within a sovereign state. Sometimes, this brings an immediate process of transition to a new administration, and basic services such as tax collection, defence, police, civil service, and courts are maintained throughout.
Societal collapse is the fall of a complex human society characterized by the loss of cultural identity and of socio economic complexity, the downfall of government, and the rise of violence.

In 2021 Canada is no longer a democracy. For two years now, the Canadian Parliament has been under the full control of the Trudeau minority government. The opposition is corrupt and has been bought.
The Canadian provinces are now ruled by unelected top physicians. Like in the USA and in many other countries of the world, the entire electoral system is broken.

In Canada, while supermarkets prosper, pastors are arrested and jailed. Churches are fenced. Small businesses are forced to close and are harassed by police and Canadian health care. Canada is a police state, that became a dictatorship on May 25th.

May 25th, all MPs (except Derek Sloan) voted unanimously to support a Bloc Québécois motion calling on the government not to call an election during the pandemic. But we already know that we will never be out of this so called “pandemic”. Canada dictatorship has silenced every opposition member.

In 2021 in Canada, you can walk with your kids and be harassed by law enforcement at the entrance of a public area, or assaulted by so-called security guards while shopping at Canadian Tire and arrested by the covid gestapo while praying at church.
People who participate in peaceful freedom protests are fined while supermarkets are crowded.

While you are struggling in your life and try to feed your family, our corrupt politicians and unelected “top health officers”, with the support of law enforcement, are taking advantage of a long term planned so-called “pandemic” to work on the global agenda:

  • Controlling mainstream medias and funding them.
  • Using social coercion to rule the country.
  • Voting on Bill 10, Bill C-10, Bill 24, Bill 66 and Bill 15 just to name a few.
  • Establishing quarantine hotels and some remote work camps of large oil companies (CNRL) are now partners with the government.
  • Forcing people to get vaccinated as part of the global depopulation program, even going so far as to push Canadians to take a vaccine with lotteries that is offering $2-3 million in cash!!
  • Using the corrupt rcmp to arrest and incarcerate opposition leaders.
  • Mandatory vaccination passport;
  • Cancel cultures;
  • Ban on guns;
  • Control of our freedom;
  • Locking down our provinces and establishing curfews;
  • Destroying thousands of small businesses and the health of Canadians;
  • Increased suicide rates even among kids;
  • Establishing child abuse in schools, expanding “covid” rapid testing programs to schools;
  • Daily harassment, enforced by AHS and the covid gestapo, even at your place;
  • Dividing the Canadian people and, like in 1939 in Europe, urging your neighbours to snitch on you;
  • Shutting down industries and the Canadian economy;
  • Borrowing billions only to give them away to foreign organisations;
  • Walking Canada straight into the hands of the world bank’s “sovereign debt”;
  • Daily violations of Canadian basic freedoms;
    And this is just the beginning. Wait for the next years.

There is no doubt anymore that Canada has become a police state and we can no longer pretend we live in a peaceful country where nothing bad can ever happen to us.

The best thing you can do is to get prepared as much as possible to face the worst.

Your family is the most important thing you have, and you should be prepared to keep them safe. It is up to every single civilian to take up the responsibility to protect their loved ones.

The level of preparedness to face nowadays a man-made disaster emergency can be a serious challenge for a lot of us. However, individuals, groups of friends and families must do their best to prepare for living for years in an emergency state.

Long term storage of food and water; advanced first aid training; teamwork in a street fight context; personal defence gear adapted to the level of threats; communication plan for your family and friends without using any internet connection, cellphones or radios, in case they’re all down or that you need to communicate under the radar; learning to move quickly and an understanding of police crowd control as well as learning how to act facing a mass shooting are the basics. But it takes time to develop these skills.

If you can commit to advanced trainings, you should make self-defence and tactical combat training a habit.

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