It's easy to feel helpless when the globalists seem to be controlling every aspect of our lives. But we must remember that the power structure supporting corpocracy relies upon consumers to drive the system. With that in mind, every buying decision we make can be a powerful act of noncompliance.
This is the true story of how Cuba survived its peak oil crisis after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Now, Cuba serves as an example for how people can survive such a monstrous crisis. So while the rest of the world sits perched upon a financial crisis, an environmental crisis, an energy crisis, and who knows what else, we can learn a lot from Cuba about how building community can help us not only to survive the hard times, but to thrive during and after it. In doing so, we (like Cuba) may actually create a healthier, more sustainable way of life.
Several readers alerted us to a forum thread at Survivalist Boards that centered around an individual named Selco who spent several years in a city setting during the complete collapse of Bosnia circa 1992.
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