Real survival in crisis situations isn’t just about storing goods ahead of time. It involves something a lot more personal.
In the following article a real survivor shares his experience. Selco from SHTF School has lived it. When he fought for his life during the Balkan war of the 1990′s, in what he describes as one year in hell,
they never saw the collapse of their nation coming. They didn’t have
forewarning or the ability to stock up months or years ahead of time.
From one day to the next the world changed.
As Selco explains, having all the gear is certainly an advantage. But it’s not the most important part of making it out alive – nature is brutal and it doesn’t care how hardcore you (think you) are.
Common sense and being able to make quick decisions in the heat
of the moment is just as, if not more, critical than all of the
preparedness plans you’ve assembled.
The one thing you’ll need to survive when all hell breaks loose
is an ability to adapt to an ever-changing, unfamiliar landscape.
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