You are here
Home > Survival Tactics > Surviving Long-Term SHTF: A Crucial Strategy

Surviving Long-Term SHTF: A Crucial Strategy

CANADIAN PREPPERS STORE (BEST PRICES ON PREMIUM GEAR)
Bugout Rolls & Backpacking Systems

Emergency Radios

Freeze Dried Food (Long lasting survival food)

Personal Protective Equipment

First Aid Kits

Shelter and Sleep Systems

Water Filtration

Cooking Systems

Silky Saws

Flashlights & Navigation

Survival Gear/ Misc

Fire Starting

Hygiene

_

OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE HERE!

Survival and Prepping T-shirts

Support the channel on Patreon

Donate to the channel through paypal button

PLAYLISTS

AFTER THE COLLAPSE SERIES!

AMAZING GEAR REVIEWS!

SURVIVAL FITNESS!

INTERVIEWS WITH YOUTUBE PREPPERS!

ALL AMERICAN PREPPER

OPINIONS AND SOCIAL CRITIQUE

WINTER/ CANADIAN SURVIVAL

SURVIVAL PSYCHOLOGY

Similar Articles

7 thoughts on “Surviving Long-Term SHTF: A Crucial Strategy

  1. Being successful in this world. What is that really? Success In this world or a world ASHTF can be had simply by being the meanest, toughest, most greedy, most maniacal Negan around. What is the reward for that but a few more years. I’m more worried about the next world, the one where success lasts forever.

  2. Networking and community is so damn important. And I say this as an extreme introvert. We have some amazing digital tools at our disposal, tools that may not last. Use them to find the good, like minded people in your area. Develop mutual aid with each other. If the shtf, I have heard 2 is 1, and 1 is none.
    3 may be a crowd…but a crowd is stronger than a pair. Obviously when team building it is quality over quantity. If there is going to be a power vacuum, let’s be damn sure it is filled by good, freedom loving individuals.

  3. I’m 19 and part of my prepping strategy is the profession I’m choosing. I’ve grown up in northern Georgia and I can say i really care about the community around me. I know what my natural skills are, I’m very mechanically inclined. Knowing this I plan to become either a technician in a drinking water filtration plant or a hydro electric damn if not those I want to become an aircraft mechanic. In a grid down or shtf scenario, with the help of others I could keep the taps or the lights on, or at least give my community the advantage of flight. I’ve thought of moving to Montana, Kentucky or Maine but either way the thought of being there my community when things are at there worst seems like the highest form of duty in the modern age.

  4. OK CP, Stop using the ‘Lone Wolf’ crap, that is MSM bullshit, created by the c!@ as a deception.
    A Wolf is a cooperative and very cunning pack animal.
    Preppers must be natural a ‘wolf’, cunning and work well with others in their pack group. Historically aboriginal people have a group of about 30 members, male, females, young to old. (Non-heterosexuals are on no value to the group because they have nothing to contribute and are only self-focused.) Each tribal member has their skills sets, and when added to the group, gives a broad range of skill sets, practical experience and knowledge within the group, so necessary for all in the group to exist and thrive in good times. This requires a common doctrine / belief system and a code of conduct.
    Lone Preppers are prey, without a prayer.
    Regards to all

  5. @CanadianPrepper we as a society are starving for leadership. A client/professor of mine, Paul G. Markel (Host of Student of the Gun Radion and Television) made a poster of the 14 Marine Corps Leadership Traits that are an excellent reference point for qualities to learn/possess, especially in a SHTF/prepper situation in our communities:

Leave a Reply

Top