Bahamas: "People Shooting Each Other for Food and Water"

Bahamas: "People Shooting Each Other for Food and Water"
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The destruction in the Bahamas is so complete that people who survived Hurricane Dorian are now SHOOTING AT EACH OTHER for food and water.

One woman reported the following:

"It's just total devastation.  There's just nothing left in most of Marsh Harbor; no homes, no banks. No gas stations, no hardware stores.  It's just total; everything's gone.

People are starting to panic; pillaging, looting, people trying to shoot each other for food and water.  There's just no way everyone's going to get out."

To the annoyance of some, this web site and radio show have, on repeated occasions, told people they need to have "preps" for emergencies:  Water, food, Flashlights, batteries, portable radio, fuel for vehicles and generators, and so on.  We created an entire "Preps page" to help folks begin the process of getting what they need BEFORE disaster strikes.  Few heeded the advice.

So here we are, less than 24 hours after Hurricane Dorian cleared-out of the Bahamas, and people there are ALREADY shooting at each other trying to get food and water.

It happened there; it can happen here.

Floods, earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes and yes, hurricanes, can take life and smash it so badly, people will turn to this type of action to survive.

Here's video of some victims reporting what's taking place and what they went through in the Bahamas during the hurricane:

 

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    Matthew Worner · 13 days ago
    Gee, how's that gun control mentality working out for Bahamians? Brainless idiots!
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    Gifford Rodine · 13 days ago
    Great Reporting Hal! Thanks! When it happens, it goes down fast.

    What did that "bin" guy say about fire.