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Concrete Jungle and SHTF: Survival in the City

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7 thoughts on “Concrete Jungle and SHTF: Survival in the City

  1. soldier or warlord or worker .my dogs will eat well n a lot of walking fertilizer.ya life can be cruel .fight or die.

  2. My question to us all is why if we are of this world do we talk as if nature is separate from what we do here? Are not anything we do natural?

  3. every one will not turn into animals n go back to the stone age but there will be great death n destruction.mankind will survive.believe in the good book .god bless lock n load its going to be a rough ride good luck

  4. Hi Canadian Prepper, I am a 17 year old man living in Sweden studying to become an electrician.
    I had somewhat of a revelation the other day when I helped my mother with the groceries when we spoke about the forest fires that have been raging through Sweden. A lot of cattle has had to be slaughtered due to the fires and alot of fields of grains have burnt up so I mentioned that we should buy a sizeable amount of flour, rice, yeast, salt and canned meat, fruit and vegetables now when the prices are relatively low on food items because we cannot know how much these items will cost in a few months or if they even will be on the shelves.
    Her answer was that our family has a higher than average income so “we don’t need to worry about it”. We are well off but we are no where near rich.
    How do I convince my family to start prepping?

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