American Survival Plan
When The Electricity Goes Off For Good
By Joe Martyniuk (mart-nick)
Independent Candidate For President in 2020
One day our electric grid will be destroyed by an electromagnet pulse EMP,
computer hacking, sabotage, or solar flare. No electricity, gasoline, natural
gas, water, food, tv, medicine, radio, computers, phones. Forever. 300 million
American's will die the first year. China will farm our croplands. And there
was nothing we could do about it. Until today. To survive we will need enough
food, water, and medicine for everyone to last a year to fix things. Everybody
survives or America doesn't survive. So here is what we all need to do:
Everyone should have a cb-radio, crank-radio, solar yard lights, power
inverter for your car to run furnace, refrigerator, stored in $1 aluminum
pasta pans with lids. And become an AMERICAN PREPPER.
When disaster hits, go home and stay home
for 2 days. Then go to your local school to register to eat. People who
donate gas grills and extra gas tanks will be the first to receive refills
for their home propane tanks. Our schools house and feed 50 million kids per
day with professional kitchen facilities. 25 million kids get a bus ride.
Classrooms with sideline gas heaters and working buses can be used to house
sick and elderly.
America has enough food to feed everyone for years. We need to deliver
it. Beef, pigs, chickens will be fed and butchered locally. Fruits, vegetables,
soybeans, potatoes, carots, apples, wheat stockpiles are huge. National guards
will protect farms and delivery routes to 100,000 k-12 schools to feed people.
I have people working on truck positioning and delivery routes. We will use
refrigerated trucks to collect and deliver cold but unpasturized milk. Don't
kill milk cows. Be prepared to move cars out of the way and cook food on gas
grills at those schools. Those schools will also serve as pharmacies. We have
enough gas and diesel in the ground and stalled cars.
700 Billion Pounds Of Corn. 10 billion bushels. Enough to feed everyone
for two years. One bushel of corn can feed 1 person 2500 cal/day for 30
days and fits in 1.2 cubic feet. 12 bushels can feed 1 person for 1 year
and fit in 14 cubic feet. An 8x8x53 foot cargo container has 3400 cubic feet
and will hold enough corn to feed 12,000 people for 1 week. So it will take
30,000 deliveries/week to feed 360 million people/week. We need
1,000 trucks, making 5 deliveries/day, 7 days/week to feed people
from silos across America.
Hot Water Heater Rations. Drinking water. Not bath, toilet water.
Look at the water heater in your house. The spout allows you to drain
40 gallons of water or 160 quart/day rations for 1 person, 80 days for 2,
40 days for 4. You don't have to leave home to look for water. Hotels,
apartment, and office buildings have hot water tanks too. Help get building
operating engineers to install systems to cut off and ration that water
when power goes off.
Cold Water Tower/Tank Rations. Look at big water towers. They may
hold 100 gallons/person, 400 quart/day rations/person. Enough for a year.
Water can be pumped into above ground swimming pools for people to fill
plastic jugs. Hotels, apartment, and office buildings have cold water tanks
too. On top or inside. Help get building and municipal managers to install
systems to cut off and ration that water when power goes off.
Pet/Toilet Water. We throw away enough water, milk, and pop containers
every year to hold enough drinking water to last a year. Rinse, fill with clean
water, store in a cool, dark place. Use to wash yourself, hydrate pets.
Talk the plan up. Promote it. Get comedians joking about it. Get everyone to
understand it. Ask family, friends, neighbors, and everyone you meet everytime
you meet them if they have enough food and water stored for an emergency for
themselves and neighbors. Ask if they know how to find and use the hot water
heater. Ask if they know their local school. Help them collect and store toilet
water. Make sure your hotel, office, apartment building and municiapal water
system are prepared to shut off and ration drinking water.
I'm working on medicine. Questions, suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.