Friday, May 09, 2014

Oh Oh....

And here I thought that Dallas was far enough away from Yellowstone to be initially safe from the next big blast, giving me enough time to pack up and head out.

According to the above map, the Dallas area could be buried in ten feet of ash, maybe more. But should I worry? Well no, since the federal government has plans, lots of plans.

The federal government is quite worried about an eruption and has reportedly been planning to spend billions of taxpayers dollars to relocate citizens out of the fallout area. Perhaps to the east coast? Not a chance.

If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts, then millions of U.S. citizens could end up in Brazil, Australia, or South Africa.

The federal government has already - believe it or not -  offered the African National Congress  ten billion dollars a year for ten years if they would build temporary housing for displaced Americans.

According to the South African news website Praag,  the African National Congress was offered $10 billion a year for 10 years if it would build temporary housing for Americans in case of an eruption.
But according to Praag - for the first time in history - Africa has refused free money from us, stating that  “We have our own challenges, even if there is enough housing and infrastructure available, it will destabilize the country and may even bring back apartheid.”

Apartheid? Wow.

I guess they didn't read between the lines in the federal governments offer as to exactly which Americans would be temporarily housed.  It would have been the fulfillment of President Lincolns plan to return  Africa's displaced native sons and daughters to their homeland. Yes, Lincoln would be labeled a racist today. He  had suggested that all blacks be returned to Africa. His reasoning was quite startling. If you want to know what they were, look them up for yourself.

Silly South Africans. They thought the federal government was preparing to send Americans of European descent to live in that 100 billion dollars worth of temporary housing. No. Those folks - according to the Praag website, would be sent to Australia or the Brazilian rain forest, perhaps even Argentina.

Australia for the possibly useful refugees, the Brazilian rain forest as the dumping grounds for the rest. And possibly Argentina, where all those nasty Nazis fled to after WW2. (Yes they did. It's a part of actual history, the kind of stuff our kids are no longer taught in school.)

And here you thought you knew what your government was up to. And I'll just bet you had no clue whatever that the federal government is so worried about Yellowstone that they are trying to make arrangements to house American refugees -  not in the Eastern United States where all the bureaucrats live - but around the world. 

What nobody seems to be talking about is - regardless of you ethnicity - it won't make a tinkers damn who or what you are, or where you go if the Yellowstone Super Volcano blows. It will make the dreaded "nuclear winter" scenario seem no more than a cloudy Sunday afternoon. Billions will not survive the solar blackout caused by all the ash and dust in the high atmosphere. That will stop all plant growth for at least two years. No sunlight, no plant growth, no food, no  people.

Would I let the bureaucrats shuffle me off to the Brazilian rain forest? Ha. Me, like millions of other Texans,  Arizonians, Californians, Coloradans, etc., would have already packed up and drove south into Mexico and taken over the place.

La Reconquista in reverse. What irony. The massive effort by thousands of Mexicans working for decades to retake the American southwest foiled by some stupid volcano. 

In the long run, it wouldn't make a whit of difference. Most of us would starve to death anyway, whether we were in Africa, Mexico, Australia or the American east coast.

The eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano - if as massive as in the past - would end civilization as we know it and force the survivors back into the Bronze Age. 

But look at the bright side, Our worldwide population problem would be solved, and billionaires like Gates and  Soros would inherit the entire earth for pennies on the dollar and totally tax free.

Or what was left of it. 

You can't make this stuff up.


Mr. Shife said...

Interesting stuff. I hadn't heard about a lot of the relocation information. It wouldn't matter to me and my family. We are in Idaho so if Yellowstone blows we are done. Have a good one.

Bob said...

You can scoot north and be safe for a while.
You will get enough advance warning for that.
But after, that make your peace with God.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

The older I get the less I care for the Establishment press and their never-ending "if we don't do something about ______, WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!" scare tactics & fear-mongering. If there really was a danger, they would be too busy FEARing (**** Everything And RUN) they would not stop to warn the "goyim".

Bob said...


It wasn't our government or news media that published this info, it was the South African news site Praag.

Our government and news media have been totally silent about all this.

That should speak volumes.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Looks like a great place to build some geothermal energy plants, but that makes too much sense for government to ever go along with.