March 23, 2019
  • 8:08 pm Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages to Building a Survival Cabin
  • 4:39 pm Government Attacks Small Family Farm in Schenectady County New York
  • 6:06 pm What You Should Do Within 60 Minutes After SHTF
  • 1:01 pm Self-Defence Against Knife Attacks: Evidence-Based Approach
  • 7:01 pm How To Quickly Make A Survival Shelter When You’re Lost In The Wilderness

Whether you’re sick of throwing out food that’s long past its expiry date, or are working on preparing a food stockpile in case of an emergency, consumables that practically never spoil can be a huge asset to your household. This article lists non-perishable food items that not only have long shelf lives, but if taken care […]

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When we’ll have no running water, no hyperactive emergency services, no electricity… we are going to turn back to what people did 100 years ago. Here you’ll find some “little” survival tricks popular in the early 1900’s and (some of them) useful even today. 100 years ago Gallaher Ltd printed a short “How-To” series, with clever hints […]

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Survival is not all about knowledge and skills; it is also about having the right mindset. Anyone who considers himself or herself a survivalist or prepper would probably have an idea as to how dangerous and stressful a survival situation can become. Ways to Keep Calm in a Crisis With that in mind, it is […]

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One thing I know for certain. Previous generations survived hard times because they chose to spend money wisely. The key was never spending more than you earned. And now, as  I’ve grown older, I’ve noticed that life has lots of challenges including financial ones. I’m not talking about the almost natural increase of inflation; that’s to […]

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Experts predict that an EMP strike that wipes out electricity across the nation would ultimately lead to the demise of up to 90% of the population. However, this figure begs an important question: if we were able to live thousands of years without even the concept of electricity, why would we suddenly all die without […]

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Modern life has led people away from their backyard gardens and well-stocked root cellars. These once farmhouse staples helped ensure that families could feed themselves no matter how long the road to town was, what the weather was like, or their economic situation. While access to grocery stores makes it seem like there’s no need […]

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