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VIDEO: Americans Not Ameri-cants

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Americans Not Ameri-cants
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Length: 42:00
Aired: 1/7/2014

From foreign occupation, to cyberattacks, preppers buckle-down for the ultimate American Doomsday. watch

VIDEO: Americans Not Ameri-cants [HD]

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Americans Not Ameri-cants [HD]
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Length: 42:00
Aired: 1/7/2014

From foreign occupation, to cyberattacks, preppers buckle-down for the ultimate American Doomsday. watch

VIDEO: Doomsday Preppers: Americans Not Ameri-cants

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Doomsday Preppers: Americans Not Ameri-cants
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Length: 41:19
Aired: 1/7/2014

Prepper Mark believes that the U.S. is under the threat of foreign occupation. He's building a modern Trojan horse to infiltrate a potential enemy base undetected. In Texas, Joe preps for a cyberattack to kill the country's telecommunications system. watch

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2012 Doomsday Preppers TV Show Series, Co-Executive Producer

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Doomsday Preppers Takes on New York City

If the folks on Doomsday Preppers are right, the revolution will not, in fact, be televised. Nor will it look too much like Revolution, at least for those stuck in large urban areas. "If there's a disaster scenario in New York, there's no good solution to getting out and surviving," says executive producer Alan Madison. That doesn't mean there's no point in trying, though. And so for Tuesday's episode (9/8c, National Geographic Channel), Madison took three New York preppers and had them execute their escape plans — commonly referred to as "bug-out plans" on the show — with a little help from some mentors. Madison talked with TV Guide Magazine about the episode.

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