E81: Conspiracy Theories & Racism

//E81: Conspiracy Theories & Racism

E81: Conspiracy Theories & Racism

In this episode hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss a mixed bag of survival topics: conspiracy theories and racism. …And present the show in format, that harkens back to the early more conversational days of ITRH.

The community is rampant with conspiracy theories. Some would even say it’s a defining characteristic of the survival and preparedness community. This episode presents two in the media now. And it also offers up logical/plausible reasons behind them.

You often hear–or read–survivalists and preppers looking to meet up with “Like Minded Individuals.” But what does that really mean at its core? This also poses the question–as raised on the forum (link below)–of whether or not our differences of race, religion, and or creed poses risks in less than ideal times.

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Join us for a fun episode of conspiracy, intrigue, and tap dancing on a land mind of differences…


  • Government mass bullet buying conspiracy theory.
  • Social Security Administration and 40 caliber
  • N.O.A.H and bullets.
  • Homeland Security and 1.5 billion bullets.
  • What Aaron and Jon would do with 1.5 billion bullets
  • Government cattle buy up conspiracy theory.
  • Racism,¬†Xenophobia, Religion, and Similarity Bias
  • Humanity’s inherent mistrust of differences.
  • Overcoming similarity bias and Survival CHI
  • Basic values, what it all amounts to…



By |2017-01-19T10:44:12+00:00August 20th, 2012|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|1 Comment

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  1. Zach September 10, 2012 at 11:19 am - Reply

    I can’t imagine for what reason any gov’t would want the numbers of dependent poor people to increase: the rate of voting of the lower class is the lowest of any group. They have no money to donate to politicians, and they don’t volunteer for campaigns. What’s the reason that’s usually given for this conspiracy theory?
    No, politicians give subsidies to farm states, and put the ethanol mandate in place, for a few simple reasons that are directly linked to the politicians staying in power: buying votes in midwest swing states, and buying campaign contributions from industrial agribusiness and large farm operations. Higher food prices hurt poor people, but they help key constituencies and influence the outcomes of elections. The decision not to withdraw the ethanol mandate (using 40% of the corn crop for ethanol production) this year was not made by the EPA, but by the US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, former governor of my state of Iowa.

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