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Could the end of the world occur in our lifetime? Are prophecies from the Bible about the last days before the coming kingdom of Christ coming true today?
America's economy and government will fall. A wave of violence and property crime crashes over every major city.
Do you have the survival skills to survive in a post-collapse world with no police, no laws, and no government?
Where will you go for fuel, supplies, water, weapons and food after your own supplies run out?
If America collapses you're going to need a back-up plan for survival. Food Shortages, civil unrest ... It's coming. Should you stockpile?
Do you have a backup plan (Plan B) for when your preps go up in smoke? When everything fails, and everything goes wrong fast?
What are the best survival seeds to plant that can help feed you and your family through an extended emergency?
Violent crime can happen just about anywhere -- this is when you need serious self defense. From a sudden home invasion, attempted rape, to a mugging on a street as you're walking home one evening, to sudden mob violence taking place in time of civil unrest. Knowing how to defend yourself against an attacker or multiple attackers may one day save your life.
Food and water are useless if you don't have any security.
Buying survival gear shouldn't cost you a lot of money. Early Native Americans and other cultures in the world survived without expensive sporting goods and outfitters.
Here are survival skills to learn now ... as well as several ways to apply these skills ... when all Hell breaks loose.
1.) A "micro torch" isn't a tool commonly touted by survivalists. But we live in the modern age -- there's no reason we can't use modern tools.
A micro torch relies on fuel; when your fuel runs out, you have no more flame. You need back-up fuel (butane in this case) if you want several month's use in an extended survival situation.
2.) There are a lot of portable water filters on the market. A popular brand can do a good job filtering water and withstand long term use.
Portable water filters do not remove chemicals and so none are a complete solution to water. Outside of a city following a collapse local water sources may be contaminated with any number of chemicals as industrial run-off leeches into ground water, making this water unsafe to drink, even with a water filter.
3.) One of the things a person will learn in U.S. Special Forces survival training is that squirrels, rabbits, and other small mammals can make a quick meal. In the wilderness, all you need to know is how to read the ground around you and recognize areas that small mammals are likely to travel. Then set up a number of small, simple traps around the area (dead falls, snares, etc) and simply wait for traps to spring.
My guess is people will be eating their pets and then turn to corpses and then each other.
4.) A survival knife for a worst case scenario and you find yourself living in a lawless land and need a serious knife for self defense.
5.) A good multi-tool is essential to urban survival, is made of stainless steel, and can withstand years' of use.
6.) A miniature flashlight can be carried on you for use in any emergency or other required need. Spare batteries.
7.) A survival garden, farm animals, plenty of land, hunting and fishing are things to consider. As far as water is concerned, a river, a well and the setup to harvest rainwater will ensure you and your family can quench your thirst completely off-grid.
8.) Medicine (make no mistake about it, you will get sick post-collapse) Aloe Vera gel to treat burns, antibiotic cream, alcohol pads, soap, N95 masks, Tylenol, gauze, tape, peroxide.
9.) Water, because it's more important than food.
10.) Canned fruits and veggies, canned fish, canned beans or chili.
11.) Put a warning sign out front that says: "Caution: Traps Set for Intruders -- No Trespassing"
12.) Survival seeds.
13.) Cash. Immediately following a financial crash, banks will close and plastic will be worthless. Eventually hyperinflation will make cash worthless too but in the short term cash will be king.