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SHTFplan: A Venezuelan Collapse Survivor Warns You to be Mobile: “You May Have to Leave It All Behind”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by J. G. Martinez D at The Organic Prepper I have mentioned in several opportunities what I could have done better, given the chance. Here some of my afterthoughts about it. As good as your plan may be, you may have to leave […]

SHTFplan: 5 Likely Hurricane Aftermath Scenarios To Prepare For

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Lisa Egan at Tess Pennington’s Ready Nutrition Tess is the author of The Prepper’s Blueprint: How To Survive ANY Disaster. It is currently hurricane season for the Atlantic and Pacific regions of the United States. As I write this article, Hurricane Florence is a Category […]

SHTFplan: Just How Unhealthy And Unsafe Are Disaster Shelters?

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Sara Tipton at Tess Pennington’s ReadyNutrition.com. Tess is the author of The Prepper’s Blueprint: How To Survive ANY Disaster. There has been much evidence to support preparing for an emergency and disaster scenario on your own without putting your hopes in crowded […]

Americans “Worry About Hunger and Homelessness” As Income Drops, Jobs Dry Up

While those at the top of the heap are getting richer than ever, millions upon millions of Americans are struggling more than ever before. As a general institution, jobs for the masses increasingly feature frozen wages, evaporating benefits, part time hours, and less than stellar opportunities. For these people, just getting by can be very […]

Silicon Valley Survivalist Builds DIY “Extreme Weather TsunamiBall” To Ride Out Disaster

Whenever seismic activity kicks up on the planet, earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis are triggered. Just how big, and how devastating, depends upon chance, and the build-up of pressures within the earth. But anyway you slice it, places like Southern California, and globally, the Ring of Fire, are in the danger zone. Many say that it’s […]

There Will Be Those Who Perish In the Next Crisis, And Those “Who Survive In Underground Luxury”

Ultimately, no one can stop what is coming. The haves and have nots of the next, gritty era of aftermath will be those who have the means to survive when the system has failed, and those who do not. For the wealthy, and prepper minded elite, hidden fortified layers purchased for insurance will preserve most […]

How This Idaho Oldtimer Constructed An Ideal “Underground Home for Less Than $50”

This guy never took to living conventionally, or really, having anything to do with the grid that he didn’t have to. Mike Oehler is a veteran in the DIY homesteading movement –  writing the book on how he made his own underground home for cheap, less than $50 using found materials and his reservoir of […]

This Portable Shelter Can Be Set Up In Hours, “Withstand Hurricane Winds, Stronger Than City Hall”

How quickly could you set up shelter if you were forced out of your home, and had to find a new place to stay right away? If normal alternatives don’t fit the situation, you could construct a quick-assembly dome shelter that is designed be as rigid as any conventional building up to code. “What we […]

“Micro-Homestead” This Modest Survival Shelter Could Save Your Life When It’s Time to Bug Out

It certainly isn’t much, but when you have nothing else, it could be all you need. In many emergencies, bugging out may not be the best option. Certainly it is not the best choice for every SHTF situation. However, there may be situations where you need to leave your home or dwelling, get out of […]

Empty Shelves and Madness: A Minor Winter Storm Drove People Into “Panic Buying of Food And Basics”

Can you picture empty store shelves? A couple of weeks ago, in early January, there was a relatively minor storm in the South and Southeast U.S. Cold weather, threat of the power going out, snow and ice and empty store shelves. This wasn’t the big one. And yet it was enough to bring things to […]