Where should you live during the coming global financial collapse?Submitted by McClarinJ on Sun, 02/17/2013 - 13:10
This six-minute video does a decent job outlining considerations you should have in finding a relatively safe location. However, it confines itself to the United States and, in my opinion, does not adequately take into account the impact of urban flight in the case of infrastructure failure, including truck deliveries.
Its conclusion, Jackson County FL, based on rainfall, population, % of population on food stamps, incidence of hurricane, tornado and flood damage, agricultural production, and winter temperatures, is probably not far enough from the population centers of Tallahassee, Columbus, Montgomery, and Pensacola, not to mention closer coastal areas in event of Hurricane devastation. A trade-off in favor of further distance from migration sources would be my recommendation.