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To minimize our vulnerability to the lawlessness that would follow an apocalyptic event, we arm ourselves and harden our homes. We actively look for ways to increase our chances of survival.
By learning about what happened, and knowing that history repeats, we can prepare better and avoid making the same mistakes when SHTF again.
By learning about what happened in previous generations, and knowing that history repeats, we can prepare better and avoid making the same mistakes when SHTF again.
The EDC during SHTF will likely be different. What do you plan on carrying every day when it all goes to hell?
Normally, having our attention diverted to “something else”—even if it’s only to a voice in cyber-space—is “no big deal”
“All Aboard!” Easily understood when shouted by the conductor of a train—either get yourself “on board” or be left behind.
We have situations every day that we need to be ready for so let’s see how your prepping skills work out in these situations.
Surviving is just the first step to survival. If you struggle with the basic physical abilities to easily get through some of the things I have discussed above, what good will the 2 years of food, hundreds of gallons of water, or thousands of rounds of ammunition do for you when the shit hits the fan?
Rabbits truly are the “one-size-fits-all” preppers domestic livestock and after reading the reasons why raising rabbits could be ideal for any prepper, we think you will agree.
Psychological preparedness is a radically important part of survivalism and might possibly be the determining factor for long term survivalism. In fact, the first step toward getting prepared is making a conscious affirmation to develop a will to live.