Selco says that out of the all experiences he had relating to the SHTF, when it comes to philosophy, the most valuable lesson he learned was to understand the big and small circles of survival.
Here's how you can support small businesses, your favorite websites, authors, artisans, and locals this year when you do your Black Friday shopping.
It's dystopian but true that in the United States of America, officials are urging people to rat out their neighbors and children to snitch on their parents for Thanksgiving gatherings.
Having a community can help get you through even the toughest times. What about now? During a pandemic, can you still find community? One author says, "Yes" and gives a few examples of how she did just that.
Selco's back with a brand new article. In it, he reminds us that timing in SHTF can be a matter of life and death. The situation is fluid and it's critical that you recognize the changes so you can react in time, and appropriately.
Remember in the old days of, say, 2019, when anyone who talked about microchips, travel papers, and re-education camps was thought to be a crazy conspiracy theorist? And then 2020 rolled around proving at least 7 of those theories weren't so crazy after all.
The year 2020 has rendered in-person survival education unachievable in many situations. So, Selco is bringing the course to us with a 400+ page physical textbook. Here's how to get a FREE webinar with your purchase.
What would you do if you were in a public place and suddenly heard gunshots? Would you freeze or take action? Here's how to survive a mass shooting.
A trucking strike in Brazil paralyzed the country for 10 days in 2018 but the economic problems didn't end there. And we in the US could face similar long-term disruptions.
The mainstream media is outraged by the social media app Parler, saying it's a "threat to democracy" ...because libertarians and conservatives get to post.
Many emergencies come with high winds, extreme temperatures, and torrential rain. You've got to learn to deal with the discomfort of bad weather if you want to survive.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, the CDC, individual states, and a handful of universities are offering "thorough" advice on how families should handle the holiday during COVID.
Could you survive violence, brutality, and mayhem stoked by hunger and propaganda? Selco shares personal stories from his experiences when the SHTF in wartime Bosnia.
When the power goes out, it's never convenient. You should have a plan to meet your immediate needs, as well as short-term and long-term strategies. Here are some ideas for keeping things illuminated.
Almost half of the United States has once again restricted movement to slow down the spread of COVID-19. The second lockdown of America has begun.
"Homesteading" looks like frolicking outside all day and sitting down to a delicious scratch-cooked, home-raised meal in the evening. Don't be fooled by romantic notions. It's wonderful but there's a LOT more to it than that.