Poor Man Survival
Self Reliance tools for independent minded people…
A Digest of Urban Survival Resources
Every single dollar you own has lost over 17% of its value since COVID first appeared.
ARE YOU PREPARED?
Inflation & high utility costs are ravaging most families & few are prepared for emergencies…[I know many will ignore these posts and will wind up being crushed during emergencies]
The worst is NOT behind us... I believe things are about to get much worse.
Red flags are now popping up everywhere.
EX: Bank lending just contracted by the most – EVER – in history.
Inflation at the supermarket & gas station is the worst since Jimmy Carter was in office [yet Biden still has lemmings which support him; though his approval rating is only 9.5%]
And now, there's a real risk the petro-dollar could be wiped out, for good.
Here are a few ideas to help you survive and bug out after a disaster has occurred.
Before leaving after a disaster, you need to prepare for being completely on your own.
Don’t expect gas stations to be working. If you don’t have enough fuel to get to your destination perhaps don’t go.
In addition, be ready to run into other people. Especially people that are stranded or might need help.
If you have a roof rack full of supplies, you might want to consider putting it inside your vehicle or hiding or camouflaging it - you don’t want to paint a target on your back.
Before you decide to leave, have a well-planned route, and at least a few backup routes figured in your plan in case your main route is blocked or shut down.
Also, you want to avoid city centers or more densely populated areas. These are more likely to be crowded and dangerous.
Make sure you are using paper maps. After a disaster, your GPS could be unreliable. It won’t know if a road is washed out or blocked.
Ideally, you want to stay away from any well-traveled roads. This is where you want to utilize back country roads that most people don’t know about or frequently use.
The gear you pack in your car before a disaster and the gear you pack after a disaster will be different.
For instance, after the disaster, you might know that water is contaminated in a 100-mile radius.
This means you should pack more water in your car from storage than you likely planned.
Also, only take clothes that make sense. If you are leaving in the middle of summer, you can leave your winter coat at home.
Another thing to keep in mind is that your vehicle is your new “home.” You might reach a point when driving where you need to abandon the vehicle and walk.
For this reason, you should have your bug-out bag ready to go in your car, so you’re able to walk away in seconds if you're in danger.
When you bug out after a disaster there is a chance you might not ever return. When packing your car, do it inside the garage.
Bottom line, evacuating a city that has been destroyed is difficult. There will be more challenges both physically and emotionally.
That’s why it is best to get prepared now with your gear and planning (and backup plans) so you will be ready in case of an emergency, not scrambling when it hits.
And there is one way to get ready for the biggest threats facing Americans today.
I’m talking about famines, droughts, sky-high inflation, civil collapse, rampant violence, and even all-out war.
Sadly, these days you need to be prepared for all of this – and you need to be prepared for them all to happen at the same time.
Could You Survive?
Every time you turn on the news or get on the internet, you are bombarded with images of one disaster or another. Sometimes it is a tornado, hurricane or earthquake and other times, it is civil unrest that is wreaking havoc. Then there are the terrorists that are always working hard to make this world an unpleasant and uncertain place to live...
One thing everyone agrees on is this: it’s not if a massive disaster is coming, it’s when. Most agree too that our dollar will continue its slide south.
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St. Michael the Archangel: Patron Saint of Police Officers
As the patron saint of police officers, St. Michael knows what it means to face the threat of evil and imminent danger. Saint Michael had a history of battling evil; of which there is plenty in our society!
We’re donating St. Michael pendants to area police & sheriff departments…your donations help. Use the PayPal ‘donate’ button at the top-any amount is appreciated.
A family of six wants to cut the grocery bills in half. Sound impossible? Read on for tips that can help any size family eat well on a tight budget.
Revolutions that have historically begun by small sparks that smolder for a while before becoming raging infernos ultimately envelop and overwhelm statist government and reform it into something new.
Mainstream Americans are victims of hate mongering, lying, manipulative media, teacher unions, colleges, Socialist-Democrats…Normal people & culture are under attack by leftists who seek to divide & bury our nation.
40 Uncommon Items Every Prepper Should Have
Stockpiling everything you need to survive an apocalypse on any level can be a little overwhelming. It’s easy to think of the most obvious things like food, water, and some of the basic first aid items.
While those items will help you in the first days and weeks following a disaster, it’s better to plan for the kind of event that could disrupt the world for months or even years. When you look around your house today, it’s easy to overlook the little things you have because they seem insignificant.
But when even the little things are no longer readily available, they quickly become big things. You need to plan for a life that is anything but normal, and to do that, you’re going to need to think outside the box to handle tasks without the benefit of professionals a phone call away...
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Power Grid Down and So Is Your Heat? No More!
VESTA! The FIRST Self-Powered Indoor Space Heater & Stove combo.
· HEAT AND COOK indoors!
· Use up to three canned heat units at the same time.
· SAFE to use INDOORS when used with InstaFire 6-Hour Canned Heat Plus!*
· Weighs only 7.6 pounds! Easy to transport.
· Measures 11" L x 7.5" W x 5.25" H when used as a stove.
· Measures 11" L x 7.5" W x 10.75" H when used as a heater.
· Won’t reveal your LOCATION!
· Space heater indoors warms up 200 square feet!
This eBook is a PDF, so you can click the link and read it in your web browser, or you can right-click the link and save it to your device.
Be Ready For The Unexpected-Emergency Supplies Available
Natural & Man-Made Disasters happen frequently-Is your family prepared for the unexpected?
· Emergency solar/hand cranked radios; First Aid supplies, Emergency kits, 72-Hour Food Kits, Bug-Out Backpacks
· Open M-F 9:30-5 @ Stor-Your-Stuff 151 N Blacks Corners Rd Imlay City 48444 [near 4th St] *While supplies last-limited quantities.
Natural disasters don't wait for a convenient time
And you shouldn't wait to prepare either. In some cases there is little to no warning.
Prepare now to lessen the impact of disasters and emergencies
Remember: You can’t buy life insurance after you’re dead!
Super Emergency Survival Kit
- Solar phone charger
- 72-hour 4Patriot emergency food pack [25 year shelf life
- 4Patriot Greens sample pack [Power supplement]
- 3 Luna Nutrition bars [assorted]+Sunmaid raisin pouch
- Cleaning Wipe Pack
- Steel River Emergency Tent
- Mini First Aid kit
- TRS 5N1 EDC folding tool
- 3-package meal sampler
- Paracord bracelet w/ compass
- Reusable Face Mask
- Personal Water Filter Straw
- 11-Piece Emergency Survival Kit
Useful Resources from our storefront-See new items!
You Can’t Buy Life Insurance After You’re Dead-Prepare NOW for Emergencies…
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