How To Prepare For The Unexpected
Let’s face it, the world is a dangerous, uncertain place. You might think that the danger can’t touch us, living here in America, but consider this: compared to most of the rest of the world, we live in the penthouse.
It’s a lot farther a fall from the penthouse to the street, than it is from the curb to the street.
Not only are we every bit as vulnerable as poor countries (and in some ways, even more vulnerable) to global shocks, but also, if impacted, it will hurt us a lot more than it will others in different parts of the world.
Also consider that the infrastructure in a developed nation is extremely fragile compared to those of less developed countries. A high tech energy grid is vulnerable along multiple points, and if impacted, can affect millions. Same with a well-developed water or sewage infrastructure, and then of course, consider food.
Do you even know where the food you buy comes from? If the global supply chain were to suddenly break down, estimates are that we could last approximately three days before the rioting begins. Should that happen, where would you get food to feed your family? Where would you get fuel, both to run your vehicles and to power devices in your home?
If you’re like most Americans, you haven’t really ever given much thought to questions like these. Most people don’t and it’s easy to understand why. When everything appears to be fine, why bother thinking about the prospect for disaster? Sadly though, that’s precisely when you should be focused on the worst case scenario, because that’s the point at which you can do the most about it.
If any of the questions above have raised a curious eyebrow, and made you suddenly interested in, or curious about preparedness, then there’s a short, free video that you owe it to yourself and your family to have a look at. It’s called the Family Survival System, and it provides a comprehensive review of everything you would need to ensure that your family not only survives an unexpected catastrophe, but could actually thrive in such circumstances.
This short free video provides a wealth of invaluable tips that cover a full range of survival and preparedness topics. You’ll discover everything you need to know from preparing a suitable shelter to growing enough of your own food to keep your family well fed, to providing for your own power, which will be absolutely essential in the days, weeks, and months following a catastrophic event.
Food is, of course, a primary consideration, but in many ways, power is even more important. Having power means the difference between rebuilding from scratch using hand tools versus having a means of charging and recharging a complete set of 20-volt power tools.
If you had to build a structure for your family to live in, which do you think would be easier? To use a hammer and a hand saw, or to use modern tools, powered by your own, secure source of power?
The answer is obvious, and these are just a few of the reasons we strongly recommend you check out the Family Survival System.
The safety and future of you and your loved ones could be at stake. Don’t wait until it’s too late.