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Simon Roche is the spokesman for Die Suidlanders, a South African “emergency plan initiative” hated by the corporate media, the political left, and even much of the political right.

I recorded this podcast, with Simon, a few weeks ago, but releasing it was delayed for a number of technical reasons.

The focus of this conversation was less about racial hatred in South Africa (of which there is plenty), and more about prepping from a practical perspective.

Simon touches on good physical location, reliable vehicles, long-term food storage, networking, being armed, and getting gold and silver.

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