Cockpit of Asia wrote:> I admit, I'm more worried about this than most because I live in
> Korea. After decades of war scares here, could this time be
> different? People on the streets here just go about there
> business. No one really seems to take what North Korea says
> Should I leave Korea? What does your Generational Dynamics Theory
> say? What do your instincts say, John?
Korea is certainly going to be an epicenter of the coming war.
Perhaps there's a survivalist group living somewhere in the mountains
in southern Korea where you and your family can hide out for a few
People often ask me where they can go where it's "safe." I can't
answer that question because I don't know where the war will strike.
Even in a nuclear world war, there will be large rural regions that
will be untouched in the sense that they'll be safe from bombs,
radiation, and armies. However, there won't be electricity, water or
food deliveries. Also local law and order will break down, so there
will be marauding groups of gangsters, murdering, raping and
pillaging. So it will help if you and your family learn how to use
guns, and if you stock up plenty of food, medicines, water, and other
supplies. If you're really serious about wanting to survive, then my
guess is that joining a survivalist group is your best bet.
People often ask me what I'm going to do to survive. My answer is
that death is a part of life. I live in Cambridge Massachusetts, near
MIT, which will probably be an early target of China's missiles. So I
look forward to not surviving.