I used to think that living in a relatively small and unknown country to the rest of the world sucked. Whether it was the bad connection on the PS3, or having to wait an extra month or so to receive the latest movies or gadgets.But non of that really matters anymore. In fact I'm rather grateful for it. Due to the seclusion and the low population of just over 4 million spread out over two islands but together would be as long as Madagascar and only 2/3 as wide made it easy enough to survive.
The South Island has been quarantined and the New Zealand government has closed its borders to the outside world. The NAVY patrols the coast line for any desperate travelers attempting to cross the border and kills them on the spot, which reminds me DO NOT attempt to come to here. You will be warned twice to turn around and then if you choose to press on you will be fired on.
After several riots across the North Island the country fell under Martial Law and all men over the age of 15 are made to tend crops and work to maintain the country stay in a healthy state. Luckily for me that it's my birthday today.
There are others telling their story's so I'm hoping that some one out there will read mine. And if what I read is to be believed then the situation is much worse in...well everywhere.
I will keep you posted on the condition down here and i wish you all best of luck in all your desperate struggles for survival.
Signed: One of the lucky few