Category: Emergency Preparedness
- April 18th, 2013
The truth is that this generation has never experienced anything resembling a time when the danger outside the front door caused normal citizens to pause before venturing out…
- April 13th, 2013
Building an emergency pantry is one of those lifelines that takes both time and planning to make it fully functional.
- April 6th, 2013
Like being at the poker table, to win you must either be all in, or don’t bother playing.
- March 27th, 2013
Do you want to know what it’s really like? If so, then the best place to acquire first hand information about what you’ll experience when the world as we know it collapses is from combat veterans and people who have been through the worst of what humanity has to offer…
- March 27th, 2013
Make no mistake, Cyprus is a trial run and they will be coming for money in your accounts very soon. So, what can you do about it?
- March 23rd, 2013
Catastrophes occur all the time. Sometimes they are regional, sometimes they are national, and sometimes they are global. Since the age of the baby boomer, America has been spared widespread disaster for the most part, and this has bred in us a deep-rooted normalcy bias
- March 16th, 2013
According to first responders on the scene the plane was, “completely totaled in the wreck, after flipping and partially detaching the wings.”
- March 15th, 2013
SHTF doesn’t generally drop by at the best of times. In fact, SHTF thrives and grows exponentially under more adverse circumstances.
- March 13th, 2013
Start by preparing for small-scale emergencies and then slowly begin adding onto those existing preps to create a longer term preparedness supply.
- March 8th, 2013
Why would the government be spending hundreds of billions of dollars to prepare if there wasn’t a reasonable chance that such events could come to pass?
- March 6th, 2013
Where are you going to draw the line?
- March 5th, 2013
While most of us think of things like natural disasters, economic collapse and pandemics, many occurrences are much more mundane. They are those small personal disasters that can hit any of us, at any time.
- March 3rd, 2013
Diversification and assuming that multiple events of varying degrees and effects can play out is critical to any complete SHTF plan. If you’re caught unprepared with none of these ‘hard assets’ in your personal inventory, how will you manage?
- February 15th, 2013
The first things to go will be food, clean water, sanitation and human decency.
- February 12th, 2013
The great dilemma in being a prepper: How do we divide or allocate our limited money and resources the wisest way possible? We want to be both prepared for eventualities and still have opportunities for profit. We want to be prosperous no matter what happens, either a free stable trend, or to hell in a hand basket. We will examine some of these decisions and what tools we need to land on the right side of profitable vs prepared.
- February 8th, 2013
Once again, preppers are left, shaking our heads, asking what it will take to wake people up.
- February 7th, 2013
What separates the prepper from the average Joe who buys insurance is the lifestyle of a prepper. Preppers just think differently than most people. Preppers are independent thinkers who instead of wanting to be taken care of, we want to produce and provide and sacrifice the now for the future.
- February 7th, 2013
Today, just a short time after a financial collapse that rocked global financial markets, Europe’s darling has turned into a frightening example of what happens when governments and their people take on more debt than they can ever hope to repay.
- February 5th, 2013
Preparing for an actual worst case scenario is similar to the preparations one would make for extended period without adequate food and water supplies and access to emergency services.
- February 4th, 2013
As you might have noticed by this point, there’s more to preps and gearing up for a civilization reboot than just stacking, racking, and packing. There’s more to it all than just getting good at the rifle range.There is civilization itself.
- February 2nd, 2013
It was an astounding discovery. The mountain was more than 150 miles from the nearest settlement, in a spot that had never been explored. The Soviet authorities had no records of anyone living in the district.
- February 1st, 2013
Are you preparing for the collapse of society? If so, the truth is that you are definitely not alone.
- January 19th, 2013
You need to weigh the risks of bugging out vs. hunkering down and make your final decision based on logic and type of threat. That’s the way decisions should be made, unfortunately many people when making plans for survival side with emotion (that emotion being to run and hide) instead of the more tried and true form of decision-making known as logic.
- January 17th, 2013
When you ask someone a question, they are almost forced to think about what you just said and come up with a response. And without a doubt, the fact that America is in decline is undeniable. Those that would choose to blindly have faith in the system are foolish, because it is glaringly obvious that the system is failing.
- January 15th, 2013
There are three principles you need to learn: Disguise, distraction, and concealment.
- January 11th, 2013
Making its debut on January 17th, the Stealth Wear line will include hoodies, scarves, hats, and t-shirts that will make the wearer invisible to thermal imaging cameras widely used throughout the unmanned aerial vehicle community.
- December 29th, 2012
Here is a list of 100 things… Things that would add a brief moment of joy to the potentially dreary days ahead. Many of them have both luxury purposes as well as useful purposes with respect to survival mode…
- December 24th, 2012
I don’t live in fear – I live in security…
- December 19th, 2012
Supplies are so tight and reserves are so low that we literally have no room for an unexpected event in 2013.
- December 11th, 2012
Have you noticed that it has become trendy to bash preppers? For a long time the prepper movement was ignored, but now it has become so large that it is getting very difficult for the mainstream media to pretend that it is not there.
- December 7th, 2012
As survivalists who are preparing to make an economic end-game scenario as “comfortable” to live through as we can, it is incumbent upon us to consider the kind of company we keep during the gambit.
- December 6th, 2012
Gone are the days in which people were highly inspired to put away for tomorrow in the off-chance that things become lean and scarce. That kind of thinking has been replaced with the commercial paradigm of “living for the moment”…
- December 4th, 2012
The government has gone to great lengths to let us know that there are no potential threats on the horizon…
- December 2nd, 2012
Instead of looking down our noses at citizen preppers, and smugly judge their reasons, we should focus on what we have in common, and learn to work with them…
- November 30th, 2012
If you can’t afford to have an off-grid electrical system installed at your home, does this mean that you are destined for an over-crowded shelter, or worse, doomed to failure in the event of a down-grid situation?
- November 26th, 2012
Now we were totally exposed. Vulnerable. As a result, we’ve had to move ALL of our supplies elsewhere – off-site – because we had mistakenly trusted…
- November 24th, 2012
Unlike most survival/preparation resources, we’re going to assume that civilization will break down completely, and will likely take at least a century or more to return to the level it is now…
- November 22nd, 2012
The turkey spends the majority of its life enjoying daily feedings from a caring farmer. Weeks go by, and it’s the same thing day-in-day-out for the Turkey. Free food. Open range grazing. Good times all around.
- November 16th, 2012
The number one threat: It’s not terrorism, it’s not natural disaster, it’s not even government or war…
- November 13th, 2012
When you take the time to understand how a breakdown behaves and how it progresses, only then can you truly prepare for it.
- November 11th, 2012
If FEMA and DHS are incapable of dealing with an emergency that affects less than 1% of the US population simultaneously, what type of response should the American people reasonably expect in the event of a sustained wide-scale disaster?
- November 9th, 2012
An explosive narrative following a catastrophic collapse.
- November 5th, 2012
This is crazy, it’s like post-apocalyptic scenarios, you know with this gas. It’s as important as food and water to people. It’s a dogfight out here…
- November 5th, 2012
Whether you’re just realizing the importance of preparing for unforeseen disasters, or you’re a seasoned prepper, you can never have too much information at your fingertips.
- November 1st, 2012
The vast majority of those waiting in mile-long long food lines, rummaging through the trash, and criticizing their government officials for a slow and insufficient response have no one to blame but themselves. This may be harsh – but it’s true.
- October 31st, 2012
Without any way to heat their homes due to power outages, no food in their pantries and water supplies potentially tainted with polluted flood waters, those who failed to prepare are now at the mercy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s crisis safety net.
- October 30th, 2012
Your survival could one day depend on your 12 year-old’s ability to build a fire in the wood stove and keep it going…
- October 18th, 2012
The popular assumption is that if you have sizable food storage and can shoot straight, you are ready to rock-and-roll. Reality has some harsh lessons for those with this mindset.
- October 15th, 2012
Feeling alone or that you’re the only one who “gets it” is not uncommon for us Preppers…
- October 12th, 2012
We have seen them all before… But the next time we are visited by widespread, large-scale urban riots, a dangerous new escalation may be triggered by a fresh vulnerability: It’s estimated that the average American home has less than two weeks of food on hand…