Jose from Venezuela

Jose from VenezuelaPrepping & Survival

Adapting to Life Without Running Water: Lessons from Venezuela

We all tend to take water flowing from the taps for granted. Jose shares the ways that people in Venezuela adapted when they no longer had running water.

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Thoughts on Nomadic Survival from a Venezuelan Refugee

Jose from Venezuela talks about the difficulty of nomadic survival and how he wishes he had prepared differently.

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Looking Back: These Preps Would Have Helped When Power and Water Services Collapsed in Venezuela

In this article, Jose looks back and recommends the preps that would have helped Venezuelans now, as both power and water services have totally collapsed.

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A Collapse Update from Venezuela: Things Just Keep Getting Worse

The most recent reports from Venezuela have been…somewhat disturbing, to say the least. Things just keep getting worse in an already terrible situation.

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The Value of Skills in Venezuela’s Barter Economy (and For Those Who Bug Out)

You can’t overestimate the value of skills in a barter economy like the one in Venezuela. Those with skills survive, and those without are suffering terribly.

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What Bugging Out from Venezuela Is Really Like

Everyone recommends bugging out to those in Venezuela, but picking up and leaving your lifelong home after a lengthy financial collapse isn’t that simple

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A Venezuelan Prepper Looks Back: “Things I Would Have Done Differently If I Knew What Was Coming”

Looking back, there are things a Venezuelan prepper says he would have done differently if he had understood the horror that was coming his way.

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What Life Is Like for Venezuelan Refugees: The Crisis Isn’t Over When You Escape the Collapse

One Venezuelan has learned that the crisis is not over when you escape the collapse. Here’s what life is like for a family of refugees.

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What Life Is Really Like for a Venezuelan Mom

Did you ever wonder what a day in the life of a mom in Venezuela is like? This isn’t a fictional story. It’s real life for people living through the collapse.

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Will Venezuela Escape Justice and Withdraw from the ICC Before They Finish Investigating the Crimes Against Humanity?

Venezuelan officials are planning to withdraw from the ICC before the evidence about their crimes against humanity has been fully examined.

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The 4 Stages of the Collapse of Venezuela

When looking back at the collapse of Venezuela, nothing that happened there was new. As many other countries can attest, we went through 4 stages of collapse.

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The Government WILL Take Your Supplies: Venezuela is Seizing Cattle and Inventory

The government WILL take your supplies in a collapse. In Venezuela, they’ve been seizing cattle, food, and staples. How do you hide your supplies?

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This Is the Reality of the Venezuelan Collapse

Starvation. Illness. Desperation. This is what it is like in Venezuela now. This is what collapse looks like.

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