Let’s assume that you have decided not to bug out, you have decided to stay home, using your house as a base of survival. Not every survival scenario ends with you living in a tent or shelter made of branches.
How To Prepare And Survival The Coming Economic Collapse
The economy of the United States is, in theory, a Free Market economy.
This means our financial system follows the rule of Supply and Demand.
Products or services with high demand and low supply are worth more. Those with low demand and high supplies are worthless or maybe nothing at all.
So you want to be prepared to survive but do you know why?
Let me guess – you were born in the United States, you went to public school and got an American education. Maybe you went to college, or maybe you didn’t…but this point in your mid-life years (30s, 40s, 50s) and you are responsible for others.
You have a family to look after…and they rely on you to provide.
It hasn’t always been easy. You’ve had your fair share of road bumps along the way but… [Read more…]
The Kel Tec P3AT is for personal protection outside of your home. A growing trend in today’s American society is the nagging feeling that one must protect oneself.
From millennials literally “killing for attention” to house break-ins to homegrown or foreign lone-wolf terrorist attacks, the American people understand the police cannot protect them from violence.
At best the police can chalk a nice white outline around your motionless form and maybe shoot down or capture the bad guys after the fact. Doesn’t really help you or your family much. [Read more…]
Let’s Do A Quick Basic Survival Needs Thought Experiment.
If we strip away all the BS…what does a human being really need to survive?
- Not taking into account what makes us comfortable
- Not discussing how to avoid injury or disease
- Not figuring out what it takes to thrive
At the end of the day, what are the basic human needs for survival to avoid a premature death? [Read more…]
Do you own a survival hatchet?
Or maybe a better question to ask is…should you carry a survival hatchet?
And what qualities does a good one have?
As with most survival gear related discussions…there’s the good and bad qualities to consider, but mostly there are tradeoffs. [Read more…]
Paracord is one of my favorite survival tools.
It’s strong, it won’t deteriorate over time and doesn’t absorb water. In my opinion, it’s a survival tool that all serious survivalist’s carry.
So I want to share 17 paracord projects that are useful for survival. These projects are not for “show” or “fashion”, they are paracord projects that are highly useful for survival.
Each one of these cool 550 paracord projects creates a survival tool and puts lots of paracord at your disposal should you find yourself in a dire survival situation.
Here’s the entire list of 550 survival paracord projects that I’m going to cover.
So you want to bug out but you’re not keen on walking. I get it…why walk with a heavy bug out bag when you can ride in a badass bug out vehicle? You can carry more stuff and get to your location faster.
If you’re going to bug out via motor transportation then you better choose one that’s ready for SHTF.
In my opinion, there are two kinds of bug out vehicles.
- The ones that 99.9% of us CAN’T afford
- The ones we CAN afford
So in this article, I want to cover both.
Welcome to our modern nuclear age, where even the smallest terrorist group can launch a Nuclear Attack.
Don’t believe me? Keep reading…because in this article I’ll be covering:
- Our Cold War Past
- Our Current Modern Nuclear World
- The 3 Nuclear Bombs and The Mess Each Can Make
- The Dirty Bomb
- The Fission Bomb (Atomic Bomb)
- The Thermonuclear Bomb (Hydrogen Bomb)
- My Best Guess On How A U.S. Nuclear Attack Scenario Would Play Out