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This MAJOR Mistake Will End Preppers in SHTF

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Many preppers take an isolation mindset, one of seclusion and escape from the masses, however this has its drawbacks. Based on Robert Greens book the 48 laws of power, I begin a new series extrapolating the ideas from that book to grid down hypothetical scenarios.

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7 thoughts on “This MAJOR Mistake Will End Preppers in SHTF

  1. when shtf happens , do you prefer to be in a crowd in the city or a few folks and out in nature ?? alone is good but , you may end up talking to a soccer ball named Wilson .

  2. if survival means becoming a baby eating scumbag – i have to reject that – build a well hidden base and lay low – doing no harm unless your forced to – dont become the garbage you are hiding from – if desperate people think you have – they will investigate – your best defense is to not be seen until the trouble is over – being the neighborhood hero will get you killed – just learn to hide well and it will pass – eventually

  3. Law 18 will become irrelevant the moment preppers start viewing the “golden horde” as a resource to be mercilessly exploited.

  4. no amount of defense can withstand continuous attack – your only real defense is to remain hidden in open sight – a true retreat location has be well hidden with a some secret entrance to the location – has to be devised and you have to be very careful when leaving or coming back – some type of maze entrance that could be disguised – maybe a location barely outside a urban area that would be overlooked – and some type of passive observation system that allows you to monitor the entrance and surrounding area – not a camera – some type of optical system and hidden microphone – this takes Hollywood ingenuity – thinking outside the box

  5. How about doing an analysis of a Guy McPherson extinction event scenario. Of course an extinction event is by definition unsurvivable, but it’s not an extinction event until the last reproductively viable couple dies.

    Could some of us survive an “almost” complete loss of habitat due to extreme temperature rise by 2020 to 2030 as McPherson and Beckwith project?

    It would be an incredible challenge.

  6. I lean on the Aristotle side where he views people as community. We are in need of others to various degrees, some more than others. We are community. Born into a family, live in a community, educated, work, and enjoy the benefits of all the talent: the arts, medical, emergency services, food industry, farmers, someone picks up the garbage, plows the road, teaches in our schools, on and on.

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