Cympal

Sep 222018
 

I have read a lot of people posting here as off the grid and such, but if you own land and are basing your group from there you are not off the grid. Off the grid means having the skills to pack up and go where no one knows where you are. no paper trail from land tax, land purchasing, etc.

Being able to move around quickly and efficiently is a hard skill to learn. Quickly building a shelter for the conditions you are dealing with is more work than most people think. I am ex military, trained in avoiding people. I think people who prepare their prep and store it at their home are none to bright. Martial Law gets declared and you not allowed to drive you are totally bollocked cause you cant tote it around. Looking for a few people who understand this. I have scouted several locations throughout the spring and summer. finding sites where you can get access to clean water is getting more difficult. anyways if anyone has any similar ideas hit me up

 Posted by at 3:23 pm
Dec 222017
 

Me and my party have been considering a move northward. Washington seems very appealing to us, with the low population rates over most the states. Tons of virgin forest, great game in area, salmon.. A good place to go off-grid before the crap goes down. Looking to talk a little bit about the lands there, help us decide if it is the place for us. solely basic info.

 Posted by at 8:18 pm
Feb 012017
 

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Currently I am forming a group, taking one year to set it in motion. We have been scoping a place, plenty of fuels and resources and very few people. We are up to three members, but can realistically do up to eight. So any serious Inquires can be made, but we looking for those who fit our group. No power hungry know it all types. We will do larger projects by vote and order of importance. We know we are not planning a holiday or a outing. I am up for trading ideas and thought’s.

As a prepper I see a lot of people wanting to stay in a particular area, which is their right. Obviously they are not really willing to adjust or adapt. People wanting to stay in a area are dangerous, mainly when things hit the fan, all the sudden that person will generally try to bring 20 famioy/friends in a group not made to support that many.

Sounds harsh but it is true. By cutting ties, and only by cutting ties will a group survive. I myself am looking to go to a complete different state, so as to not be bound by my ties here. In the end I realize I cannot be responsible for everyone. I can warn them about things I can look around and see what is coming. Am I expected to take those who ignored my warnings and share my safe Harbour.

Remember you can’t be nice if you really want to survive, you must contribute as a group and suceed, or fail. We all know the price for failure.

 Posted by at 10:43 am
May 132016
 

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Hello, I just moved back to Arkansas. I am looking for a small group, minus any maniacal zealots who wants to be king personalities discluded.

I as anyone who has put much real thought have my own set of skills, as well as ideas. The reason I want a small groyo vs. a larger established group is not only security, but to avoid a obvious paper trail.

I made this wrap around email to avoid it being tracked back to me. Since I have in depth studied gov tactics, I am obviously careful.

I see a lot of the same post on different states, and suggest anything you want kept secret not to post. I see a lot of people posting about big farms, a lot of info. Trouble with big operations they are easy to track.

If anyone seriously interested in poofing when it goes down, I am free to talk. I am happy to share my ideas and may even give you insights on the overlooked. I am in Nwa, and probably going to set up a group. This way I can screen and avoid the obvious mistakes most tend to make..

 Posted by at 6:09 am