Choosing Between Bullies and Snowflakes

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Bullies are weaklings who pretend to be tough. Snowflakes are weaklings who prefer to be weak. They both represent extremes of dysfunctional and maladaptive behavior. They can also be viewed as a circular rather than linear model. Snowflakes do plenty of bullying by their incessant whining and reporting their outrage to sympathetic third parties They … Read more

Stocking up on Precious Metals? Might Be a Bad Idea

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by Charles Talk to enough preppers about their long-term preps and you are bound to run into a decent number who plan on stockpiling at least a small quantity of precious metals for various purposes. Gold, silver, even rhodium and platinum, you’ll get a fair education form some of them regarding the importance of precious … Read more

11 Personal Safety Odds & Ends

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I learned from a young age the world was not a safe place. There were people who were not just willing, but eager to hurt you. Some of them were your own family. Others were your peers you saw at school every day. Others were strangers or minimal acquaintances. Nowhere felt safe. When I was … Read more

Is Urban Survival Even Possible?

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by Tara Urban survival is basically an oxymoron. If you have extensive survival or military training, it is possible – but the chances of making it through a SHTF disaster for even an above average person in a city environment, is exceedingly slim. There are plenty of reports on the internet attempting to teach you … Read more

11 Places WW3 Could Start and How

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Glimpsed through the backwards lens of history, major conflicts seem to unfold in a natural and predictable sequence of events.  From the perspective of the future, the events of the past are made certain.  It is generally understood that things could’ve happened no other way. But in the hectic pull of the moment the outcome … Read more

How to Stop Being a Snowflake

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by Derrick Krane A snowflake has become a term to describe an entitled, whiny, weak, sensitive person, whose anxiety is easily triggered. They want everything their way all the time, and are easily offended. They take offense on behalf of others who are not offended. They have no limits or boundaries on how extreme they will … Read more

Is the US a Socialist State?

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A 2012 Pew Research Center poll regarding positive versus negative reactions to the terms “capitalism” and “socialism” revealed that 40% of respondents had a negative reaction to capitalism while 31% had a positive reaction to socialism. If we shift our view only to millennials, a Harvard University poll of millennials (ages 18 to 29) showed … Read more

FEMA – How Bad Will It Get?

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by Ryan As a survivalist and prepper I pride myself on being prepared for any situation and on staying current with the news that affects those situations. I have prepared for natural disasters such as flooding, earthquakes, wildfires, tornados, and volcano eruptions. I have also prepared for civil unrest, foreign invasion, nuclear attack, and pandemics. … Read more

Do You Prepare in Fear?

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by Mira That may seem like a weird question to some, but in actuality it’s an extremely valid one. What motivates you to prepare for a collapse? I’ve always been conscious of the need to prepare myself for the unexpected. Living in the South, we always had to be ready for a tornado outbreak, so … Read more

Do Preppers Want the World to End?

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I have seen that many non-preppers make comments such as “You must be hoping that TSHTF so you can justify spending all this money on all this stuff you have.” Another comment I have seen is “You must be pretty paranoid.” Those are some of the nicer ones that can be published here. A significant remainder revolves around … Read more