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The United States: United in a State of Un-Readiness

On Saturday, we witnessed a mistake (perhaps genuine and perhaps purposeful) regarding the emergency alert system in Hawaii. Yes, we know most of the parameters: the warning of an incoming missile, that it was “not a drill” was broadcast, and 38 minutes of panic. First, the warning sent to cell phones: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND […]

Surviving a Mad Max World: How To Avoid Marauders and Looters After the Collapse

This article was originally published by Jeremiah Johnson at Ready Nutrition [Editor’s Note: A mad max scenario is one of the worst-case scenarios one can prepare for. The adage “if you can’t protect you don’t own it” rings true in this case. Long-term survival plans that reflect this type of disaster suggest preppers getting away from […]

The Swedish Government Is Warning Citizens to Be Prepared for at Least a Week Without Help

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper The Swedish government is warning its citizens to be prepared to survive on their own for at least a week, which is unusual advice for Sweden to dispense. Is there trouble on the horizon? Shortly before Christmas, the Swedish government quietly published a […]

Selco: How to Stay Warm During a Long-Term SHTF Situation

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper As America is dealing with a record-breaking cold snap and a weird storm hitting the East Coast, some folks are having to handle the whole thing with the power out also. But we all know that at least this time, our situation is temporary. […]

Study Finds American Medical System Unprepared for a Nuclear Attack

This report was originally published by Tracey Watson at NaturalNews.com There is no doubt that the United States has dedicated, well-trained first responders who bravely risk their own lives when disaster strikes. We have only to view images of the tragic events of 9/11 to realize how brave these men and women truly are. Nonetheless, a disturbing […]

Christmas in Venezuela: What It’s Like After Socialism Destroyed the Country

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper The situation in Venezuela is grim and not getting any better. A socialist government has destroyed what used to be one of the healthiest economies in the world and turned it into something for which few were prepared. As we get ready for […]

VIDEO: What Everyday Life Is Like in Puerto Rico Now

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper In Puerto Rico, everything has changed since Hurricane Maria struck nearly 3 months ago. Many people have no running water. And if they do, it can’t be consumed without boiling. There’s no electricity in many regions. Supplies are scarce. I’ve written about the […]

Stories from an SHTF Christmas: An Interview with Selco

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper Have you ever thought about what an SHTF Christmas would be like after an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it event? I’m not talking about a minor issue that just affects a few people, but a full-on disaster that changes everything. Today, we have a first-hand look at […]

Prepping: 5 Key Things City Dwellers Should Do To Survive An Apocalypse

So far, 2017 has been full of all kinds of natural disasters.  But in the event of one of these apocalyptic events happening in your area, are you prepared? If not, have no fear; because the experts have come up with five key things a city dweller can do to survive an apocalyptic disaster. According to […]

The Psychology of Desperate People: 15 Dead, 40 Injured in Food Stampede in Morocco

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper In prepper lore, there is a theory about how badly desperate people are likely to behave. Many folks outside the community scoff at this theory. They believe that we have become more civilized than to utilize violent measures when hunger strikes. But an incident […]