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The political fallout of disastrous events: 75% of those who die in a catastrophic collapse are likely to be Democrats

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(NaturalNews) In terms of the really big shifts in the voting base of political parties, the largest shift happening right now is the ballooning of Democrat party voters who are illegals. The Democrats have fought hard to outlaw voter ID laws while maintaining wide-open borders, essentially surrendering America to a foreign invasion as a deliberate strategy to win elections and stay in power at any cost. (It's a wildly successful strategy if you wish to win votes, but widely suicidal if you wish to keep your nation strong.)

Despite all this, there's a massive shift in voter demographics that could emerge virtually overnight, causing large numbers of fatalities among those who tend to vote for Democrats. It turns out that people who live in cities are far more likely to die in the unfortunate aftermath of various catastrophic events. (Cities are death traps, as I'll explain below.)

Cities are roughly 75% - 80% liberal, whereas rural areas are roughly 75% - 80% conservative. Thus, any event that causes disproportionate deaths in large cities will, by definition, cause a disproportionate number of casualties among those who tend to vote for Democrats.

This chart shows the political affiliation of the mayors of America's top 50 cities to be about 75% Democrat:

(Interestingly, cities actually promote a more interdependent political philosophy of sharing, government entitlements, and so on, while rural life promotes a more independent mindset of self-reliance and individuality. People who grow up in the country and move to cities tend to drift toward a more "progressive" lifestyle, while those who grow up in cities and move to the country tend to shift toward more conservative or independent beliefs.)

The intelligent question is, then: What sort of collapse events would be so catastrophic that they might cause widespread fatalities across large cities?

Here's another chart showing the strongly liberal slant across America's top cities:

Catastrophic events that would cause large fatalities in cities (but not rural areas)

To fully understand the following list, you first need to understand the basics of what cities are and how they function.

Cities are artificial constructs that depend almost entirely on outside resources for their survival.

Most cities do not have their own water supply. They import water and then export liquid waste.

Cities do not have their own food supply. They import food and export sewage.

Cities do not have their own power supply. They import power (via the grid) and consume it.

Cities are not sustainable. If cut off from the countryside, cities implode and their citizens perish.

Cities are far more susceptible to disease, unsanitary sewage problems, unclean air, polluted water and the rapid spread of infectious pandemics.

Cities are to humans what factory farms are to cattle, in other words. Living in a city is a confined, controlled existence, while living in the country is a "free-range" experience.

Just as importantly, the kind of people who live in cities tend to have few survival skills and relatively little practical experience doing anything with their bare hands in the real world. Most city dwellers have abstract professions involving paperwork, digital realm tasks, bureaucracies, highly intellectual "brain work" (i.e. university staff) and so on (or no work at all because they're living off entitlements). Rural dwellers, on the other hand, tend to have more "hands-on" jobs involving agriculture, ranching, construction, warehouse operations, mechanical skills and even the burdensome activity of cooking meth in your trailer (and sometimes accidentally blowing the roof off, which causes old tires to be catapulted off the structure and go bouncing down a dirt road, creating yet more opportunities for physical exercise).

City people, in other words, are good at "brain stuff," while country people are good at "hands-on stuff." Normally, city people describe all this as explaining why they are superior and more cultured, yet all the "brain stuff" becomes totally worthless in a collapse scenario, handing an immediate advantage to those who have hands-on skills.

With this in mind, here are the kind of events that might disproportionately cause high fatalities in cities (liberal areas) but not the countryside (conservative areas):

Pandemic disease - It spreads rapidly in cities where people lack vitamin D (because they work indoors) and live in close proximity to each other while sharing public transportation. A densely packed liberal city with a subway system is utopia for a pandemic virus.

Power grid collapse - City infrastructure rapidly collapses without power. The water supply fails, fuel pumps stop working and food deliveries stop. In the country, people can "rough it" for a few days with a camp stove in the back yard, but in cities, there are few options.

Food shortage - When food supplies are disrupted or cut off, cities become starvation zones. Not only are city people unable to grow their own food; they usually don't have much space to store food, either. So they starve in a crisis. Rural citizens, on the other hand, have all sorts of options for expedient food, ranging from wildcrafted edibles to hunting small game. I always marvel at how much food is around me every day when I'm walking around the ranch. In a pinch, a person could just juice grasses and drink the juice to stay alive. (That's what horses and donkeys do, essentially, and they're large creatures.) But in a city, you can't eat concrete. (Although city people can actually EAT EACH OTHER. Yep, cannibalism is the last desperate food storage option for the chronically unprepared...)

Banking collapse - City people tend to depend heavily on ATMs, credit card transactions, food stamp cards and banking services just to feed themselves each day. When banking systems fail, many will starve. Those who live in the country, however, can very easily operate on cash, barter or community exchange systems. Plus, most country people can feed themselves or find food on their own.

Social unrest and riots - Cities are where rioting crowds tend to burn down their own neighborhoods. Under conditions of social unrest, cities become police state death zones. Meanwhile, almost nobody riots in rural areas. There simply aren't enough people around to bother with the activity.

Act of war / martial law - Cities are the very last place you want to be in times of war (nuclear attack, invasion, etc.) They rapidly become death zones where people starve and scrounge for basic survival supplies (like antiseptics). In war zones, people stuck in the cities tend to die from common, low-grade infections and lack of basic sanitation. Rural areas, meanwhile, are far safer for the simple reason that they usually are not strategic control points desired by the warring factions.

(On a side note, California is now reverting to such a Third World status that homeless people are now routinely defecating in the streets of San Francisco. It's worth noting that you never see people defecating in the streets of rural towns. Nope, they save that activity for the woods!)

EMP attack - Cities are extremely dependent on electronics to function. Water supplies, food, fuel, police security and other essentials are all vulnerable to an EMP attack. Should such an attack occur, cities will almost instantly devolve into gang-run chaos zones (just look at the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and other similar events). Because city people tend to hate guns, they are almost universally disarmed... making them ideal victims for heavily armed violent gangs that will overrun the police in mere hours.

Terrorist poisoning of water supplies - Cities are highly vulnerable to terrorist attacks via the water supply. With a surprisingly small amount of a poisonous or radioactive substance, a would-be terrorist can shut down a large U.S. city for days, sending that city into fits of social chaos and unrest. Water bottles sold at retail will be stripped clean in a matter of a few hours, putting the entire city population under the emergency control of FEMA... a death sentence for certain! In rural areas, by the way, citizens usually know where to find alternative water sources such as streams, ponds, lakes or wells that can be filtered using simple water filtration devices. (If you want to know how easy it is to acquire toxic poisons that terrorists could use for this purpose, recall that Michigan State University shipped me a massive supply of toxic mercury that a terrorist could have used to poison the water supply of an entire city.)

Natural disasters: super volcano, meteor strike, earthquakes, etc. - When natural disasters strike cities, they produce far more casualties than in rural areas. Earthquakes in particular tend to collapse tall buildings, whereas the same quake striking a rural area does relatively little damage to single-story homes. Any natural disaster requiring the mass evacuation of a large city is a catastrophic scenario just waiting to happen: Most large cities simply don't have the road capacity to handle the full evacuations of everyone who lives there.

The above are just a few examples, but it's difficult to think of a collapse scenario that doesn't hit cities harder than rural areas.

Democrats are just one event away from losing their voter base

What all this means, by the way, is that the Democrat Party is quite literally just one collapse event away from losing its voter base. It may seem odd to think of collapse events in this way -- after all, any human life lost in such an event is tragic, regardless of political affiliation -- yet the political ramifications of such events cannot be ignored.

The bottom line? Should a tragic, apocalyptic event strike America at any time in the near future, the nation will suddenly and drastically shift to the right as those on the left disproportionately fail to survive the fallout. Leftists may be exceptionally skilled at political survival, but they are just as extremely UNSKILLED at real-world survival.

(Every time I'm in the city, I'm just astonished at how much food city people waste at restaurants, by the way. They almost universally have no appreciation for where food comes from, how it's grown and harvested, and how much work goes into bringing all that food to the cities to feed the mindless urbanites. A real survivor would witness all this food waste and think to themselves, "Wow, my farm animals could be eating all this!" But city people just throw it in the trash and think nothing of it. That's proof they they're totally clueless about food survival.)

If anyone disagrees with this assessment, sound off in the comments section below, and please note whether you live in a city or the country. (Or... GASP!... the 'burbs!)

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