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Will You Turn Away Family, Friends And Neighbors At Your Door When America’s Day Of Disaster Arrives?

Preparedness |  | How will you handle all of the people that will show up at your door when a major crisis strikes because they haven’t been making any preparations of their own? Earlier today somebody asked me about this on Facebook, and I thought that it was a very good question, because thousands of my readers will ...Read More »

Prepping In Real Life: It is Never Too Late to Change Course

Preparedness |  | There is no other way to begin this article than to simply begin. Back in the day, meaning 2011 and 2012, survivalist preppers were a curiosity. Those of us that chose this journey ended up soldiering their way through a maze of trial and error, amassing supplies and traditional skills that would carry us through ...Read More »

25 Ways to Use Flour Sack Dishtowels Around the Home

Preparedness |  | One of the cornerstones of being prepared is to identify items that multitask and to embrace their use during normal times.  Doing so not only saves money but also saves storage space and eliminates having to choose which product or item to use for what. A good example is the common Mason jar.  Another is ...Read More »

Where Will You Go When North Korean Agents Release Biological Weapons In Major U.S. Cities?

Preparedness |  | Most Americans have no idea that biological weapons could potentially bring our nation to a complete and utter standstill within a matter of days.  In recent articles I have been trying to get people to understand why it would be so exceedingly dangerous for the United States to attack North Korea.  If the North Koreans ...Read More »

How to Survive World War 3: Prepping for an Off-Shore Conflict

Preparedness |  | If an all-out war erupts, it will be like nothing the Earth has seen before. All of our “progress” means that each side now has the weapons at their disposal to destroy their enemy many times over. Because of this, we can’t as readily look back in history to learn how to survive World War ...Read More »

Natural First Aid: 5 Items To Put In Your Emergency Medical Kit Today

Preparedness |  | When the SHTF and a medical situation does occur simultaneously, things can go to absolute turmoil very quickly. Most medical situations that will arise during this time may not be considered life threatening, but can quickly become one if not appropriately treated. For instance, a simple cut that makes contact with tainted water (a very ...Read More »

Secret Sniper Technique Revealed: Ballistic Loophole Shooting (VIDEO)

Preparedness |  | First, I brought you a practical method for easily building a ghillie suit which defeats thermal imaging (FLIR).  Now, I’ve decided to create an entire YouTube channel dedicated to equipping the citizenry with advanced means of self defense. Guerrilla Think Tank is a project created by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.com focused specifically on training, tactics ...Read More »

Why Preppers Should Spend More Time Learning (and Less Time Shopping)

Preparedness |  | Hey – you, with the shovel.  Stop building that bunker. I want to ask you a question. Also, you – the folks with the shopping cart full of shelf-stable food. Hold on a minute. How much time do you spend learning? And by learning, I don’t mean some required on-the-job training or skimming over an article ...Read More »

Patient Advocacy For Good Times and Bad

Preparedness |  | Becoming medically prepared can be one of the most difficult aspects of prepping.  First, there is the unpredictable nature of medical emergencies themselves.  Then there is the prospect of inadequate medical training coupled with the lack of supplies and medicine. Even during normal times, doing the right thing medically can have dire consequences.  Something you ...Read More »

Not Prepared: Will Most Americans Be Absolutely Blindsided By Multiple Wars And A Simultaneous Economic Collapse?

Preparedness |  | According to CBS News, an astounding three-fourths of all Americans have to “scramble to cover their living costs” each month.  In other words, most of the country is either living paycheck to paycheck or very close to it.  But instead of tightening their belts and trying to put something away for the very hard times ...Read More »

The Emergency Preparedness Test

Preparedness |  | In January 2011, I did a walk-around-the-house inventory to assess my state of my preparedness.  At the time, I was living offshore on San Juan Island in Washington State.  Terrorism was an escalating threat, the economy was in shambles, and I was living in earthquake country.  On that day, I officially became a prepper. There ...Read More »

Is World War 3 Coming? 18 Preppers Discuss Effects, Shortages and How to Get Ready

Preparedness |  | Last week was tense as far as international relations go. We’re standing in a big puddle of gasoline and hoping that no one decides to light a cigarette because if they do, we’ll all go up in flames. For some background, here’s the information I gathered on the conflict between the US and Syria, along with ...Read More »

Get 11 Steps to Living a Strategic Life for Free

Preparedness |  | Things tend to move fast and furious at times and at this moment, such is the case in Backdoor Survival Land. So what is happening?  I am in the process of getting settled at my mountain retreat in Payson, Arizona.  When a prepper moves, it is hectic! That being said, a couple of days ago I ...Read More »

With Trump As President Prepping Is More Important Than Ever

Preparedness |  | I don’t believe it is as pervasive as certain people may think, but there is a notion among some in the liberty movement that with Donald Trump in the White House the need for crisis preparedness has subsided. Because preppers and survivalists tend to lean towards the conservative side of things, the urgency for prepping ...Read More »

Are You Mentally Prepared to Use Your Gun? Train at a Virtual Simulation Shooting Range

Preparedness |  | Going to the firing range isn’t enough to get you ready to handle an emergency in which you may need to use your firearm. There’s a split second decision process in which you must decide if a) the threat is legitimate, b) if lethal force is necessary, and c) if the answers to a and ...Read More »

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