Category: Without Rule of Law

THREATS: An Update on E.M.P. – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Attacks, online resources, and the FACTS

This evening, I was going to share a post from the OffTheGrid.com website, called “Electro Magnetic Pulse“. The article was a repost, sourced from the author and science fiction writer Duncan Long, written by him in 1989…a period in which he wrote several survival genre books. Well, since Duncan is a friend of mine on […]

MAPS: Where You Don’t Want to Be When It Hits the Fan

Source: thedailysheeple.com By: Mac Slavo  Posted on: September 6th, 2013 When it hits the fan America’s population centers will explode in violence, looting, and total breakdown of law and order. It’s a theory put forth by numerous survival and relocation specialists, and one that makes complete sense if you consider what happens in a truly serious collapse-like scenario. […]

SURVIVAL: The ideal composition of a survival group

Source: inchsurvival.com By: whitewolf Posted on: December 18, 2012 A survival group is ideally composed of people with different traits and skills.  The traits and skills should be complementary.  As the same time, the values and beliefs should be similar, so that the goals are aligned and there is harmony in the group.    This article talks about the […]

SELF DEFENSE: Carrying a Firearm & Psychological Consequences

Source: isurvivalskills.blogspot.com By: GunsmithG Posted on: March 4, 2014 The Psychological Consequences of Armed Carry By GunsmithG Before I delve more into the nuts and bolts of armed carry for the novice handgunner, there is a subject that needs serious thought before we go any further. This is the psychological effects of a shooting, the physical response of […]

RESOURCES: How to Scavenge Post-Collapse

[emc2alert type=”error” style=”normal” position=”top” visible=”visible” closebtn=”0″ title=”Warning…” ]In most areas, scavenging is not thought of very highly. Those folks that don’t like it, usually call it LOOTING. Don’t be a LOOTER. This article is shared because I believe in recycling useful items, after their original use has passed on, such as using a broken down […]

REALITY: When People Do Unspeakable Things – And They Will

Source: survivorjane.com By: Survivor Jane In 1609 to 1610: Colonial Jamestown experienced a severe drought and subsequent famine totally wiping out the community’s food supply; In 1727: English Ship; the Luxborough Galley, sank after catching fire leaving survivors afloat for two weeks in the mid-Atlantic; In 1820; The Essex, an American whale ship, was sunk by a […]