American Blackout 2013 National Geographic

Watch American Blackout if you have time and interest. National Geographic doomer pron, very interesting, and bound to sell a lot of freeze dried food, candles, and ammo.

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NorCal Native·

Published on Oct 29, 2013

American Blackout, a National Geographic program first aired in October 2013, giving a fictional “docudrama” account of a nationwide electrical blackout in the United States, and its severe aftermath. Most of the program is mock “vlogging” by those affected, interspersed with mock “news footage.”


Yes, It was definitely softened up for viewer consumption.

I lived in Florida  through Hurricane Andrew,  Hurricane Wilma and Hurricane Katrina.  The  devastation that took  place   was horrific. It  was like driving through one of those futuristic sci fi movies that  takes place  after a major apocalyptic event.  Everyone in Florida with any  kind of  sense begins to prepare for Hurricane season.  However, their  preps  are  just barely basic because they are  always confident that  everything ill be  alright and the  infrastructure will be repaired  relatively quickly.  After Hurricane Andrew we  were  without  electricity for 2 weeks…

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3 Responses to American Blackout 2013 National Geographic

  1. worthwhile watch. Naturally, non-DWL Whites tend to have it better than most, either in material preparations or just having the right attitude. DWL-types ae crying over their $17/oz swordfish going bad… LOL

    • mindweapon says:

      I know! 17 dollars an ounce! Wow! 272 dollars for a pound!

      The preppers in Colorado should have dug out fighting positions and set up fields of fire instead of just trouncing around on foot patrol and getting grabbed by raiders.

  2. desertrose says:

    Thank you for the re-blog 🙂

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