>you wake up
>there's an alert on your phone
>it tells you to get to Finland ASAP
>the same vague instruction is being broadcast everywhere
Would you go?
After investigating online, you read that there's a new massive weapon primed to detonate and the only safe spot will be inside of Finland's borders.
Is this just rumor and speculation, or do you trust the only lead you have?
Currency won't be important anymore, considering the influx in people attempting to buy airfare. Pilots are going to commandeer their planes and only accept passengers who can say/do/offer the right thing. Other pilots will refuse to fly, unwilling to surrender to what they assume is a terrorist demand from Finland.
The lake, like most locations in America, will be abandoned. However, if the whole thing turns out to be a false alarm residents will try to reclaim whatever home and property you've taken for yourself.
>electricity having a 72 hour shelf life
Batteries will only work inside the national borders of Finland according to OP?
>Stay behind in Sunny California
>Survive whatever attack occurs
>Learn to live without electricity
>Start to scrawl images on walls of abandoned houses of what looks like an image board long forgotten
>Get mad about all of the samefagging
I'm not exactly neglecting that piece of the puzzle.People already in Finland will have to defend every square inch of their land. Meanwhile, many other governments could easily overthrow whatever firepower Finland wants to use to keep refugees out.