Many North-Americans are not aware of the fact, that agricultural outputs would not be enough for almost 400 million people under ’crash conditions’. Only a fraction of the demand for food could be satisfied without pesticides, without chemical fertilizers, and without cheap energy for irrigation and agricultural machines. For ignoring this fact, the majority of the population is still asleep. But there is nothing else that they could do, because there are not enough Bug Out Locations for everybody in North America. The easiest way to figure...
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Many times, as preppers, we tend to focus on long-term food storage, bug out bags and survival equipment, and all thestuff associated with prepping- which is important- but we don’t always spend as much time and consideration into planning and creating multiple contingency plans for whatever situation may occur. All the canned food and stockpiled ammo in the world will do very little good without a plan on what to do when they become essential to survival. Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst This may seem elementary in the extreme (of course...
There are many alarming trends throughout the American public school system, and one of the most unsettling relates to “terror drills.” Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars wrote last week about “lockdown drills” run by the DHS: The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its operations by running unannounced school lockdown drills, another sign of the federal agency’s encroachment into more areas of Americans’ lives. “On Thursday, March 6, a team comprised of ten officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Essex County...
Whether you are a seasoned prepper or just starting a preparedness plan, the question of what is the most important item should I have in my gear or plan always comes up. Is it guns and ammo for self-defense? Is it a years supply of food and water for sustainability? While we cannot survive without the basics, there is something you should have in your preps which is one of the most important items you could ever stock up on. Know what it is? If not, keep reading.
I receive a fair number of videos, emails and articles about the coming financial crash. It is always nigh. It is always imminent. And preparing for it always involve getting away from the teaming masses.
Randy Hood from Econo Challenge Tips and Tricks explains how to make a wilderness survival candle in this video. The candle is made with recycled materials and is reusable, so is perfect for campers wanting to leave no trace.
In the event of a crisis, what is your plan A? Will you stay and bunker down at home or will you bug out? Whether to take flight or sit tight when an emergency hits is a prepper’s dilemma. The best approach to planning for a crisis is to consider all possible and specific crisis scenarios as well as your own limitations. Thinking about it beforehand will get you better prepared before the projected emergency scenario happens.