Wyoming Passes Doomsday Bill to Start own Government and Military in case the United States Collapses.

wyomingWith many people thinking that America is tittering on the edge of Financial Armageddon,  State representatives in Wyoming are advancing legislation to look into the feasibility of creating their own mini country in case the United States Collapses.  They are trying to figure out what Wyoming would do in the event of a complete economic or political collapse in the United States.

House Bill 85 passed by a voice vote on Friday. The Bill will allow for a state-run government continuity task force. The Task force will be responsible for figuring out how Wyoming would handle this doomsday scenario.  The task force will look into issues such as disruptions in food and energy supplies, an economic collapse, and even a total meltdown of the federal government.

Lawmakers are so serious about this legislation that they are looking into the possibility of everything from Wyoming issuing its own alternative currency, to implementing a military draft. The Task force is even looking into how they could acquire a strike aircraft and an aircraft carrier.

The bill’s sponsor, state Rep. David Miller, R-Riverton, said with the national debt exceeding $15 trillion and protest movements growing around the country the State needs to make sure it’s protected should any unexpected emergency hit the U.S.

The bill has to pass another House Vote and then make its way through the State Senate for approval, but when you start seeing States adopting this type of legislation you know it’s time to start taking this serious!

UPDATE: Doomsday Bill Sabotaged and Killed because of Politics


  1. Jake
    February 25, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    Seen this on the local news here last night. Think it’s time to really consider bugging out real soon. Glad people are waking up but hell if I’m gonna be around when they instate a draft.

    • no1toolmkr
      February 26, 2012 at 1:20 am

      I’d be proud to stand with any state government willing to stand up for itself. I’m not aching for a fight or anything. I just don’t want to stand alone.

    • riverdweller
      February 26, 2012 at 4:49 am

      Jake, you are a coward. Instead of being willing to defend yourself,your family and friends you want to go hide under a bed until it is safe to come out.

      • mj
        February 26, 2012 at 8:58 am

        Protecting self, friends and family has nothing to do with not wanting to be involved in a draft. I would rather be with family verses being forced to do someone else’s bidding in a time of crisis. Why would one want to support and defend the very thing that put them in that situation?

        • casperorchids
          February 26, 2012 at 2:50 pm

          I see your point, would suck to be out there protecting the state and then be shot up by one of those 30,000 drones about to be flying overhead

        • Major Dave
          February 26, 2012 at 4:18 pm

          Sadly, we would never have won our Independence if folks had stayed home with their families. If it ever comes down to this, saving this nation will require equivalent sacrifices on everyone’s part.

          • old soldier
            February 26, 2012 at 5:06 pm

            I agree with Major Dave. I HAD to serve whether I wanted to or not during Vietnam. If a person is to live in this country they have a responsibility not wimp out and go to Canada like others did when I had to go. During the War of Independence, only 33 per cent chose to fight for independence, the rest chose to either be neutral or remain loyal to England. Why should’ve those 66 per cent have been given freedoms someone else fought for?? If you don’t want to fight for your freedom …go somewhere else. I’m not a patriot, just a guy that had to do his duty and I did it. You get drafted you have a choice either go or face the consequences. Simple as that!

          • JAK
            February 28, 2012 at 10:30 pm

            YOU ARE DEAD ON and OFF! Fighting for liberties and rights are not the same as the us govt falsifing attacks. Forcing us into war and drafting our young to die. ie. VIETNAM The NAzi’s did the same thing! BURN A PARLIMENT BUILDING AND SUSPEND CIVIL RIGHTS.

          • Tony Seliquini
            February 29, 2012 at 9:05 pm

            I would consider it a duty and an honor to defend liberty by fighting for it. But I won’t be defending liberty if I’m forced to fight for it.

          • rivera
            March 22, 2012 at 7:35 pm

            i agree with old soldier. everyone shoukld do your duty wether you get drafted or not. i fought in oif and was injured. i would gladly do it again. it isnt all about fighting for liberty etc. its about the fighting for the guy next to you. if you choose not to fight for freedom you shouldnt be able to take part in it. but i will guarentee all the cowards running away will at some point have to fight wether they like it or not even if its to protect their family. to the ones that run and hide i hope your the first to go, your part of the problem with america. talk a lot of trash and how things should be, and do nothing about it except complain and hide. now thats non-american

        • Sean Carter
          August 4, 2015 at 10:41 pm

          We Have 5 responsablitys 1 yourself 2 your family 3 your neighbor 4 your community and 5 your country Every community must stock and prepare for there future Stock your home but a like minded community is crucial pic k your neighbors wisely or never speak of your plans I would defend d my state just as fast as I would my family But if the don’t contribute they don’t belong nor do they deserve the benefits of the group no matter how big or small Silver could easley be used for common currency it’s readily available in 1 oz 1/2 oz and 1/4 oz increments a 1/4 oz is worth like 5 bucks The more of anything you buy is cheaper in qauntitys ie. Land food ammo gas med supplies Food for thought the best tool ill ever use is your mind learn about your needs problem solve now and stock what you can when u can
          God Bless

      • James Joyce
        August 29, 2012 at 11:14 pm

        Ok, right there at Riverdweller. Perfect example of how to start an argument online: 1. Post an opinion 2. Wait

        • John Stuart Mill
          August 29, 2012 at 11:16 pm

          I bet we have a lot of Obama fans on this post tonight!

    • emmy
      March 22, 2012 at 12:18 pm

      as i look at al the replies to your comment jake, i just want to say that i live in wyoming, and this is seriously the stupidest thing ive ever heard of. also, anyone thats ever been to wyoming would know that having an aircraft carrier here would be impossible, and the fact that they even want one is so ridiculous i laugh my ass off every time i hear it! also, hate to burst everyones bubble, but if ‘doomsday’ happens, most of us wont be around to even worry about the dumb shit people are going to do afterwards. get a grip everyone!

  2. Melissa
    February 25, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    As a young married professional, my coworkers would think I was NUTS. Just sayin’ my fiance and I have all the resources we need to “bug in” or “bug out”. Best of all we have the number one tool needed to survive if SHTF. THE WILL TO LIVE. I hope it never comes to that, but if it does, we are ready.

  3. Mike
    February 26, 2012 at 1:23 am

    One of the only states that could really do it would be Texas, maybe California also!

    • Johnny Law
      February 26, 2012 at 8:41 am

      California ? Really ? Why would you fool yourself by saying they could ? Texas yes. Wyoming maybe , Arizona better believe it. Unlike the other 3 I mentioned California has NO chance in doing this. Too many hippies not enough preppers. California rea;;y they going to to meet at Disneyland and smoke a bowl and make a plan with NO guns ? Mike your not to bright.

      • sandradunsmoor@yahoo.com
        February 26, 2012 at 3:29 pm

        It`s too not to….if you`re going to tell someone they aren`t too bright it`s best to proofread your work.

      • RamZ
        February 26, 2012 at 9:53 pm

        Yes, California is seen as a liberal Mecca, but what I think Mike might have been referring to is resources. CA is in debt up to our eyes, but we do have or have the ability to manufacture anything we might need to make a go at it. If only we could get rid of the entitlements.

      • Kyle
        February 27, 2012 at 11:29 pm

        dude have you ever been to ca? prolly not. They got EVERYTHING bigger than TX including 3 nasa facilities and the Pacific fleet. TX ‘aint got s%%%t’ but some refineries and dell computers

        • Tonto
          February 28, 2012 at 2:39 pm

          Looks like Texas and California are aleady at war in this new world.

    • Tanarus
      February 26, 2012 at 9:11 am

      “One of the only states that could really do it would be Texas, maybe California also!”

      Hell no Not California! Buncha retards there. They’d fight themselves…

      • Ariel
        February 26, 2012 at 10:08 am

        What he’s saying is that California has the economy (The 7th biggest in the world actually). We can make our own food, make our own energy and if we really needed to we could slim down the government.

        Being a liberal leaning state doesn’t mean we’re retarded it just mean we’re not in support of anarchy as soon as SHTF.

        Btw if wyoming was sovereign nobody would give a shit about them.

        • david
          February 26, 2012 at 11:15 am

          LOL, we here in Wyoming could buy the entire San Joaquin Valley with about 1% of our resources. And we are also ALL armed to the teeth.

          • Ron.is
            February 26, 2012 at 11:47 am

            David> i’m down here in Texas and true wyoming is strong enough and can support it’s self..so is Texas…it wouldn’t take long to set up trade between our two states and secure a trade route through OK,KS,Ne…this Government contenues to go roague reguardless of the peoples desires and free people are unstopable…we will find our way and we will not be ruled over by any tyrants.

          • Ieufaka
            February 28, 2012 at 1:56 am

            don’t be so smirk! you will not be able to leave your self-imposed Nation of Wyoming … cause you will now need a passport, diplomatic recognition and most important -a way to jump over the barbed wired electrified fence barrier that would be erected to keep you and your fricken rabid infected prarie dogs from crossing into the USA!

          • tonto
            February 28, 2012 at 2:44 pm

            You can come through Ok, but we’ll have to charge you for that. Man these new countries within the US is already rife with issues/

        • joyce
          February 26, 2012 at 11:50 am

          It’s hard to grow with out water. Colorado and WY have your water.

          • Ieufaka
            February 28, 2012 at 1:58 am

            … then, the USA should dam up the borders with Wyoming … then your Nation can end up being one GIANT SWIMMING POOL ! Keep your water! … I will wait for the rain!

          • TabWyo
            February 28, 2012 at 6:28 am

            Are you deliberately missing the point just to be an ass???

          • John Stuart Mill
            August 29, 2012 at 11:21 pm

            “While not all conservatives are stupid, most stupid people are conservative” as is shown by this stupid pissing contest. I hear Wyoming is nice in the summer. Go outside and play with your guns.

    • Ariel
      February 26, 2012 at 10:10 am

      What he’s saying is that California has the economy (The 7th biggest in the world actually). We can make our own food ( hell, we make most of yours anyway), make our own energy and if we really needed to we could slim down the government.

      Being a liberal leaning state doesn’t mean we’re retarded it just mean we’re not in support of anarchy as soon as SHTF.

      Btw if wyoming was sovereign nobody would give a shit about them.

      • TabWyo
        February 26, 2012 at 11:03 am

        I’m sorry. I was raised in SoCal and I can say without reservation that in a SHTF scenario. Californians will destroy each other. Those who are capable and have the will, know how and the resources to produce their own food and necessities will be swamped by those who don’t or won’t. Too many people who have gotten to used to the supermarket and the internet being their sole providers for what they need to survive.

        • tonto
          February 28, 2012 at 2:57 pm

          If there were mass choas in the world, every county and every state in the union would have that same issue. People who can’t go and buy it or have it given through entitlements will hunt and kill and scavenge and steal what ever they can find. Crap, is not like it isn’t happening already, Home invasions are increasing every day. Livestock fieldstripped and crops stolen. Cars, tools, money, and honey..it’s all at risks and society is on a precarious perch.

          • TabWyo
            February 29, 2012 at 2:41 pm

            You are 100% correct sir. But at least here in WY we don’t have to fend off 37+ million…. just 568,000 or so.

            And I bet solid gold that people here in my state are 100 times more likely, able and willing to be self sufficient in a crisis. I can guarantee we have less looting in a post SHTF situation.

          • TabWyo
            February 29, 2012 at 7:52 pm

            The thing with looters and what not is they tend to stay in a area until they have taken what they can. Thus exploiting the resources. I live smack in the middle of nowhere…. 6 or so hours from any major population center. If the looters have used up what they can readily get I’d image that would include fuel.

            I’m not deluded enough to thing nothing will happen where I am. But I can feel pretty secure in knowing we will not see near the violence, marauding and looting more populated areas will see. There will be some. More than I care to imagine. But there is an upside to living far away.

          • TabWyo
            February 29, 2012 at 7:57 pm

            One other thing is by the time the violence spreads. Even if the shock of the situation hasn’t passed. At least the dread realization of what is happen will have. Having that time to settle into the notion makes me thin people well off the beaten path will have had time to better mentally prepare for the fact that they will have to defend what is there’s. What I feel worst for are the majority of the good people in the world close to major population centers wont have time to figure it out. I have a feeling in the first days many people will be victimized and/or killed because they weren’t ready to accept the reality of the worst side of human nature.

          • tonto
            February 29, 2012 at 7:42 pm

            Your right, Areas in the country with sparce populations means less social issues.
            The scum that loot the cities eventually set out for greener pastures will eventually find remote farms and rural areas. Fortunately, most of us know what’s up and will not be preyed upon like most city people who think meat and veggies comes from a little room in the back of the grocery store.
            The grocery store isn’t at the end of this long dirt road.

  4. Jim
    February 26, 2012 at 1:40 am

    Finally a state with the balls to face reality and recognize the truth about where this nation is heading. The reality right now is the USA its circling the drain. If this passes I am buying myself a ranch in Wyoming them me and my guns are moving.

    • Amy
      February 26, 2012 at 11:56 am

      LOL You’re “buying yourself a ranch in wyoming are ya? ahahaha. We can see by these exchanges here that “our” undoing will be ourselves. A lot of talk and no action, or pie in the sky dreams. I’m proud of Wyoming for thinking ahead like this.

  5. Jim
    February 26, 2012 at 1:41 am

    Finally a state with the balls to face reality and recognize the truth about where this nation is heading. The reality right now is the USA its circling the drain. If this passes I am buying myself a ranch in Wyoming then me and my guns are moving.

  6. Shannon_AK
    February 26, 2012 at 2:07 am

    An aircraft carrier? Seriously? Isn’t Wyoming a landlocked state? Where would they float a carrier? Strike aircraft? For what? Seems to me that overspending on superflous military spending contributed the trillion dollar US debt, from which Wyoming wishes to escape. I wonder what Wyoming’s main export would be, in a post financial meltdown independence movement. Oh yeah, buffalo poop. Morons.

    • TabWyo
      February 26, 2012 at 10:05 am

      Sugar, oil, natural gas, beef, sheep and wool would be among some of the major exports as they already are right now. Not to mention WY is one of the largest domestic producers of uranium. As well as having a low enough population that people from my state stand a better than average chance of getting by on state resources.

      Stay where you are. We don’t need you in our state!!!!!

      • WyomingEvie
        February 26, 2012 at 12:04 pm

        Did you guys forget that Wyoming is the largest producer of “clean” coal in the country? Not to mention natural gas, trona and oil. Shannon is right though…rediculous military spending and wars based on LIES and profit are part of wht put us in the financial mess as a country. Nobody in Wyoming leadership is stupid enough to buy an aircraft carrier, cuz yes, we are a landlocked state. I agree with Tab tho…stay where you are….we don’t need any newbies out here.

      • ieufaka
        February 28, 2012 at 1:52 am

        IDIOT! and just where are you Wyomingites going to export all this stuff to? If the Federal USA government closes the border and impose tariffs , just how are you going to deliver your merchandise – the only option would be to dig straight down thru hell and trade with China! what a fricken joke !

        • TabWyo
          February 28, 2012 at 2:41 am

          ummmmmm….. we’d use the resources ourselves in a post SHTF situation there brilliant!!!!!!

    • Jimmy Cracked Corn
      February 28, 2012 at 1:11 pm

      If this story is true at all, there is an explanation for Wyoming having a nuclear powered aircraft carrier.

      Because they know they ARE completely landlocked. They probably realize that in an all-out war they would need to land somewhere to refuel after going to get supplies. If nobody else in North America would let them land, the aircraft carrier in the open water could fuel up an in-flight refueling plane. The carrier itself could be restocked in international waters from some friendly nation abroad.

      • TabWyo
        February 29, 2012 at 2:52 pm

        Have you ever been on a carrier?? They are big… but not that big. Do you realize how impractical it would be to hop supplies off a carrier into the state???

        The rational reasoning would be. That kind of fire power makes for a mighty persuasive negotiation piece. We could ally with a coastal state. Use our 4 acres of sovereign Wyoming to help ensure secure trade for both us and our coastal partner.

  7. riverdweller
    February 26, 2012 at 4:47 am

    The ” aircraft carrier” has me scratching my head and questioning the authenticity of this whole article.

    • Josh
      February 26, 2012 at 8:28 am

      Well Doubt it all you want. The article is real, I heard this on the news last night and also look at the links you tard. It links right to the Wyoming State Government and to the Local Wyoming Newspaper. Both of which confirm everything in the article.

      The aircraft carrier seems stupid yes, but what if they are just trying to figure out how to secure them in the event of a collapse? Doesn’t seem so stupid anymore does it. If the U.S. Collapses there is going to be a lot of high tech weaponry out there and someone has to secure it. I highly doubt they put it in their to actually bring one into Wyoming

    • PatRiotRebel
      February 26, 2012 at 8:42 am


      Hey riverdweller how about actually looking into it instead of trying to smear the article you Shill. This morning this news is breaking all over the web, seen it on Drudge and the Huffington Post so nice try but this is real and it’s been a long time coming.

      Aircraft Carrier is idiotic but Josh makes a good point.

    • Mr_Clean
      February 27, 2012 at 8:18 am

      In the case of the federal gov turning bad, it seems to me that the states would HAVE to take ownership of all the weapons including the carriers. Who else would be left, the UN? NO WAY
      And by the way, the bickering between states looks very immature and stupid… We are talking about what will probably be the worst war in history and it would be to our advantage for all the states to pull together. We all have resources that are needed, and this is one time that the war vet and the hippy need to shake hands..

      • Fan_of_freedom
        February 27, 2012 at 11:02 pm

        honestly could not agree more Mr_Clean… I’m sitting hear reading these comments thinking the last thing Our country needs is for all the states to divide. We all need to stand together an work with each other to fix what our foolish government has ruined. I’m starting to realize that will never happen. But one thing I’ve learned from growing up in a small town is that when worst comes to worst the only thing you have is the people around you left. You all come together and you rebuild no divide. Cause no matter how big or how small a state is, or what their resources are at some point for some reason they will need a helping hand and it’s up to everyone of us to be there for one another and not bail like out!!

  8. church
    February 26, 2012 at 5:33 am

    HYPE…..don’t believe every thing you hear….the US. gov. would not tolerate a independent country in the middle of it’s borders…besides all of you all are prepping for a SHTF event…and a Yellowstone eruption is one of those events…WHO in the hell wants to be in Wyoming when it goes OFF…

    • TabWyo
      February 26, 2012 at 10:12 am

      If Yellowstone goes. The $H!T is going to hit the entire planet. It is also something we have absolutely no influence over whether or not it will happen. What’s the point of worrying about it if there isn’t a damned thing you can do about it (within reason)???

      Nothing the WY house or senate has suggested to date runs counter to state rights and privileges afforded to us by the Constitution.

    • Ron.is
      February 26, 2012 at 11:55 am

      wyoming doesnt seem to be asking permission from our defunct government…allow is not even an option…but being prepaired in advance is…. I give great praise to the governing body of wyoming…I know Texas will stand with all freedom loving Americans and if they drop the ball texans will stand tall…we have never taken very much crap and we haven’t strayed very far from our roots….we love a good ass whoopin when you have one comming to you and this tyrant running the white house has three..

      • church
        February 29, 2012 at 6:28 pm

        your governing body’s have let you down AGAIN…like I say HYPE….its they’re country its they’re rules let them play by em….I’m going to continue to survive just as I have been for the last fifty years……

  9. Louis
    February 26, 2012 at 7:11 am

    Truth is folks!! There is nowhere to run to!! Your only option is to band
    together and make a stand where you are, or you can take your chances and
    run!!! Then you will die tired!! I would rather go out strong taking as many
    as I could. Trouble is the people whom are like minded
    are grouping together nation wide!! So divided we fall!!
    Good luck to the few remaining patriots, give nothing take everything!!

  10. Earl
    February 26, 2012 at 8:16 am

    Me thinks long slow death rather than collapse. Debt based economies have to run out at some time. (Sitting in the Canadian bush)

  11. Rob Cypher
    February 26, 2012 at 8:44 am

    Aircraft carrier. Yeah right. 9_9

    Wyoming is dead last in terms of population for all 50 US states. There are close to 100 cities that have more people in them than this state. Not to mention the rivers would not support an aircraft carrier.

    Where these guys planning to hoard one to sell to China or Russia in hard times or something? Makes no sense otherwise.

    • Tim
      February 26, 2012 at 9:00 am

      Someone above broughht up a good point about them figuring out how to secure them post-collapse. Glad someone is thinking about this cause that’s some dangerous stuff floating out there

    • TabWyo
      February 26, 2012 at 10:22 am

      “dead last” in population means less mouths to feed. More resources to go around. Less chance some lazy puke will show up and attempt to take by force what he hasn’t the backbone to earn through sweat.

      As for the aircraft carrier. It sounds a little outlandish but plausible. Wyoming produces enough uranium to fuel a Nimitz class CVN. We also produce enough petroleum to produce the JP-5 needed for the aircraft. The state would have to make an arrangement with another state with access to the ocean. But having that kind of firepower would make Wyoming a worthwhile friend to have. Then that carrier and it’s accompaniment could go along way to securing trade for the state and whoever provides us with portage.

      • Planning ahead is better than dead
        February 26, 2012 at 11:12 am

        Tab, your thought process is the only logical one on here. Wyoming has the ability to support itself. Food, energy, gas, and the like. I find most of these people to be very uneducated on the state of Wyoming. We have many great attributes to provide to this country, and ourselves. As far as having a lower population than states like California, it will be far easier for us to provide for ourselves. Did you know that wyoming ships its power from the wind farms to the west coast? …California included. However the vast majority of wind energy from california stays in California. They may have a large economy, but do they not also have a higher rate of unemployment, crime, and people surviving off of government assistance? What exactly would happen if their all mighty economy crashed? Would they just miraculously ban together their state that already is quite dysfunctional? Probably not. It would most likely be full of even more disarray, than what’s already there. In time of crisis, it’s best to be prepared and organized…not flying by the seat of your pants.

        • TabWyo
          February 26, 2012 at 1:39 pm

          Always looking for like minded locals to chat with. Hit me up…..

          The biggest part of the post SHTF equation most don’t get is that we will need to band together. Nobody can go at it long term on their own. People need to get back to being part of a community. Right now over 75% of Americans don’t even know the names of their neighbors. This will be our undoing!!!!!!

          • WyomingEvie
            February 26, 2012 at 7:41 pm

            Right ON Tab. If we don’t come together as communities, we will surely fall. Our lower population is a blessing, not a detriment. Wyoming is one of only a couple states with a SURPLUS folks….we must be doing SOMETHING right…

      • Ieufaka
        February 28, 2012 at 2:07 am


        • TabWyo
          February 28, 2012 at 2:46 am

          Hey there pinhead….. nothing in this article or in the conversations indicate a desire for Wyoming or it’s resident to “rebel” or suceed from the union. This is strictly a “what if the union fails” situation.

          And just how in the hell do you thin the natives lived here for 1000’s of years before the whites came???? They didn’t live off Hot Pockets and watch Jersey Shore in their teepee’s…..

          • WyomingEvie
            February 28, 2012 at 5:09 pm

            ahahaha Tab. (((hugs)))

        • rcm
          February 28, 2012 at 6:24 pm

          Ieufakas attitude sucks and is most likely the same mentality that got our country in this shape.stand up make a difference and stand for what our for fathers taught us to downs protect instead of neigh a yes man and pissin all our and our children’s rights away.from what I hear u need to step in Wyoming a day and see how long it takes for ur punk ass to be corrected. I gaurantee it wouldn’t take long for to be fraying ur tapping inbreeding ass up of the ground.sounds like u need it

          • rcm
            February 28, 2012 at 6:41 pm

            I appologize to the rest of u for the spelling.very hard to do from a cell phone.lol. an open mind is a good thing but this feller is offensives to many and really should just shut the hell up.every body’s opinion maters I believe.but to go to name calling an entire state and its citizens is just unexceptable.

        • OH-nurse
          March 17, 2012 at 7:54 am

          Keep drinking the fluoridated kool-aid, Leufaka.

  12. Betsy
    February 26, 2012 at 9:50 am

    As mentioned by Shannon_AK an aircraft carrier is beyond stupid and is very unreasonable. In a nutshell a waste of time and money, the (federal) money waste is the reason they’re seeking contingency plans. However it is a bit refreshing Wyoming is recognizing the end of the road and not putting their heads in the proverbial sand and not the “we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it” attitude.

  13. Prepoholic
    February 26, 2012 at 10:20 am

    I’m a virginia resident, and I can seen VA following this legislation. VA is pretty much hippie free, but packed full of rednecks.

    • Prepoholic
      February 26, 2012 at 10:21 am

      Sorry (See).

  14. Tony
    February 26, 2012 at 10:28 am

    I thinkmy state of Oklahoma would merge with Texas and become the great State of Texhoma.

    • (0^0)jafo
      July 18, 2012 at 9:16 am

      OklaTexaca, Wyoming would be proud to have ya eighter way

  15. Donna
    February 26, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Well the Aircraft Carrier had me stumped as well. Until I remembered a map I saw from an Edgar Cayce writing. Have you noticed that the Pacific Rim is now awake? Wyoming has the potential to be the new Pacfic Coast. Or hey it would make an awsome ark…just sayin. If you are a survivalist you have to look at everything differently.

  16. Donna
    February 26, 2012 at 10:45 am

    I have also seen and have a copy of a map from the US Navy of estimated land changes in the future. It is almost the same as Edgars. I just feel Edgars track record is a bit stronger then the US governments, so Id rather quote him!! LOL. Now is not the time to fight about the finer points, if you are on this page you have proven yourselves to be above average. The future if any are going to survive is going to be won by brains and brawn. The ability to work togather, and to keep asking why or how is going to be more beneifical to all- then the “by god Im right” show.

  17. DanG
    February 26, 2012 at 10:56 am

    seriously – an Aircraft Carrier !?
    otherwise its very interesting.

  18. hisbilly
    February 26, 2012 at 1:13 pm

    Iv’e been a nomad for 6 years originally from Communist California, raised from a Hispanic family, to prepper striving to afford to leave this crappy State for a long time as a mobile Gunsmith, laborer, hanyman & licensed Security Specialist no matter how you live sojourn or other wise it will be very hard to bug out unless an big time job opportunity comes. whom cares if your an transplant or enter a respected state as long as you earn it grab it by the huevos Wy texas utah will be better than nothing, as long one can live in the sticks making do what they can

  19. Laurie
    February 26, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    I like it so much if my state wont do it,this minuteman (woman) will move to Wy. and I don’t need a draft to make myself do right

  20. mark
    February 26, 2012 at 2:04 pm

    Well, here in Wy. we have energy, food, wool, inependent people tghat are accustomed to fending for ourselves, and a serious thing to consider with all these permission comments is we also have most of the countries nuclear weapons. We will just consider any agression a mad dog like ole yellar, in the event of this scenerio. I woudl suggest some research if you want to slam oour state like i see above. Buffalo noi longer roam here..lol, we have cars, well truckas mainly because we use them , not to look cool at a night club, we even have computers..wow.

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