Category Archives: Plan & Prepare

THE SAS+ SECURITY HANDBOOK Review

In the SAS+ SECURITY HANDBOOK the insight and expertise that has made the SAS respected throughout the world has now been applied to every aspect of personal security:

  • SECURITY IN THE HOME
  • SECURITY IN THE STREET
  • SECURITY IN THE CAR
  • SECURITY ABROAD
  • GAP YEAR TRAVEL
  • TERRORISM
  • BUSINESS SECURITY
  • WORKING IN HOSTILE REGIONS

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Stratetic Relocation a Case Study

 

By Scott Hedley

 

After watching Alex Jones’ interview of Joel Skousen, I decided to pick up a copy of Joel’s book, Strategic Relocation because when things get worse globally, I want my family to live in a safe location. Initially I thought it would be wise to find a place to live OUTSIDE of America, because of the many very bad problems in America (NDAA, TSA, the unconstitutionality of the Patriot Act, fighting perpetual foreign wars, the ruination of our country via deficit spending). But in the first 55 pages of his book, Joel shows various problems in living in other countries. He then shows that living in America (but living a safe distance from American cities that are likely to get bombed) is actually SAFER than living in other countries, especially in a world war scenario which looks more likely each year.

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The 3 Unseen Dangers in your Food Stockpile…

Stockpile, Hoard, Stash, Cache. No matter what you choose to call it, storing an ample food supply is an essential part of any survival plan. No surprise there right? When disaster strikes, grocery stores are stripped down to nothing but rows and rows of empty shelves in a matter of hours. So yeah. No surprises there. But what will surprise you is just how dangerous it is to depend on even the best stockpile… hoard… stash… or cache…

 

Because no matter what you call it, if that is the end all answer to your food supply, you are putting your family at risk for starvation. Let me fill you in on exactly why this is, and exactly what you can do about it:

 

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