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A sign that slowly the way of living we're used to is leaving. For those that live in the cities now is the time to arm yourself and gain the skills you'll need to hold your own when it goes dark. Learn some hand to hand combat skills and study a map of your city in case you have to move. Find a good weapon and get good at it. Don't worry so much about acquiring a variety of weapons. Just find you one solid, common caliber gun, practice and become deadly with it.

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This article shows how Americas big cities have been affected by the economic times we are in. Some are turning off the utilities to force people to move.

Turn Out The Lights - The Largest U.S. Cities Are Becoming Cesspools Of Filth, Decay And Wretchedness -- Society's Child -- Sott.net
No they aren't , they're removing public resources because they can't PAY for them. Utilise as an example Detroit. The city is less population *now* than in the '50s , with same ailing infrastructure to maintain as at it's peak. And many of the other " rust belt" and eastern cities are the same.

Their tax base has been eroded so drastically that they can't afford the cost to maintain the basic services. This is happening in places not quite so hard hit too, in Oakland Calif the LEOs don't respond to burglaries etc. , they don't even come out , they tell you to file a report online or at the station.
 
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