Guest post by Harold Thompson of Surf Cafe.
- Your trash could give away your stockpiles.
- Your stealth will be your wealth
- Accurate news will be hard to come by.
- You will have very little time to bug out, unnoticed.
- You must have a plan with multiple backup contingencies.
- If there is economic collapse beware the Government takeover fix.
- If you have to leave your home, where will you go and what will you come back to?
- If things do turn around will you have anything to start over with?
- Do you have a cache to store your valuables and is that viable?
- If you require special medical attention it may be under Government supervision.
- You might be safer in a group than trying to go it alone. Pros and Cons either way.
- The unscrupulous of society will exploit the situation to the maximum extent.
- Don’t think you will be able to kill a rabbit and read up on your Kindle™ what do next.
- Improvise, adapt and overcome.
- Gear without training is useless. Start training yourself NOW.
- The more you can do without, the less you will have to “carry”.
- Take an alternative approach to food/diet and learn to prepare those foods.
- Train by doing something everyday in a “survival mode”.
- Exercise your Second Amendment rights while you still can. And train to use those arms.
- Having the ten dollar version of a tool is better than no tool at all.
- Read the survival blogs, watch YouTube and download what you can.
- Keep an admin pouch with all pertinent documents and survival how-to instructions.
- Assuming electronics are still viable, make backups of all critical data, photos etc.
- Don’t give in to fear or panic; the more prepared you are the better your chances to survive.
- Take the previous 24 items not as slogans but think of the implications of each one.
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