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What’s the use of prepping?

What’s the use of prepping?

If I’ve heard it once I’ve heard it a thousand times – “what’s the use of prepping?”

Well, in the old days I used to try and convince people that it’s a good idea and they should prep for the unknown. But like anyone who is ignorant of a subject, it was impossible for them to hear what you were trying to say.

Their strongly held belief that our all singing, all dancing and caring government will come gallantly to the rescue and all will be well in the garden..!

Ha…. what a load horse crap. No way hosay. Take a reality pill and have a good hard look at how politicians behave now. In times of relative peace.

They are truly born again maniacs, hell bent on looking after number one and after all the shouting and ranting they will do exactly that.

police rule riot picture

 

You, my friend, do not stand a chance.

This is not the ramblings of some old nutter – but I’ve been around the block, and it’s hardwired into our DNA, self preservation at all costs.

Of course theres some plans in place for a major disaster. And loads for minor irritations. And lots involve suppressing the public under police or military laws.

The police powers in an emergency situation are just mind boggling – but remember, “it’s for our own good”..!!! Isn’t that nice.

Now don’t get me wrong here. I am a genuinely law abiding citizen. In all walks of life I stick to the rules. I agree with the rules. But these are rules during peaceful times, when there is no threat of a disaster yet alone an actual one.

It’s when something goes badly wrong that we would see the true colours of our caring, sharing politicians.

So if I can be at least one step ahead, then I’m at an advantage – all the other sheeple can go merrily along and be herded to wherever our “leaders” want to put us.

UK sheeple

 

I seriously do not want to join them.

Prepping gives me a choice to go it alone, and if something were to happen, that would be my choice of action.

But you can only do that if you’re prepared. If you have thought through the various scenarios and have made plans, learned survival skills and have the equipment to get out of dodge fast.

I must admit, that recently my views on ‘what’s the use of prepping’ are being considered by many more people.

Perhaps the eyes are opening and people are starting to realise there may well come a time when you have to look after number one and the only way is to start prepping…!

 


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  1. Clive

    Re ‘spreading the word’ My family comes first (second, and last). We’re new to prepping, But rather than spread the word, I’m keeping my mouth shut. No need for unwelcome visitors when TSHTF

  2. Stephen

    Spread the word,warn the people.But if their eyes glaze over, move on and save your breath.You can’t change a zombie,and they will hate you if try too hard.
    Love and peace.

  3. johnpgreenway

    People need to see whats going on around them, wake up before its to late , prep now !!!!!!

  4. JimJams

    You raise some interesting points here.

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