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"What Are The Top Three Things
You Want to Learn
To GUARANTEE That You And Your Family
Survive A Serious Long-Term Disaster?"

What Do You Need To Know If Something Like A
Major War, Earthquake, Tsunami,
Social Breakdown, Nuclear Event (Dirty Bomb
or Explosion), Happens Where You Live?

We’re in the final stages of producing a serious and comprehensive training program that will let you learn everything you need to know to survive a serious disaster–and we want to hear what training you’d like to get.

Surviving a serious disaster requires more than a few hours of random surfing on the survivalist websites. There’s a ton of commentary out there, and certainly some of it is accurate and helpful. But it will take KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and a PLAN for your family to survive the immediate danger and to thrive ever after.

Look at the current Japanese disaster. Tens of thousands dead. No power. No food. Hundreds of thousands of refugees everywhere. God save the Japanese people. But how many of them had clear plans and preparations for this utterly inevitable disaster? How many had fallback plans for when their primary plan failed?

The survivors fall into four categories:

  • The prepared, who did relatively well;
  • The refugees;
  • A tiny group of the lucky.
  • And the dead

Yes, their government and international aid agencies will help, but it will be months to years before they get their lives back, and many never will.

Bad as this is, it could have been much, much worse. The "serious damage" phase was pretty short. It occurred in a highly developed country with strong governmental plans for just such a disaster. And the Japanese people are smart, hard working, and closely knit.

Unfortunately, if a disaster of similar or worse magnitude happens here, it would be a serious mistake to rely on (or expect) either our government or the international community to help you.

So, how well prepared are you? The old joke says "it’s better to be lucky than good," but that’s a piss-poor action plan! What IS your plan in case of a nuclear explosion or dirty nuclear bomb, or serious social breakdown? Do you know what to do? How good are your bushcraft skills?

To avoid becoming just another refugee (or casualty statistic), you have to know a lot more than the best ammo for your rifle, how to fight your way out of a gang attack, and what survival food to store (although these are very important).

You need to know a ton of stuff to make it through, such as:

  • Whether to hunker down or bug out
  • What supplies you need for hunkering down
  • What to put in your bug-out bag
  • How to know the tripwires that tell you when to leave
  • How to get out of town and where to go
  • What to do when your family reaches sanctuary
  • How to defend your sanctuary
  • Where does your long term food and water come from
  • How to live comfortably day-to-day
  • How to make a living and provide for yourself and your family
  • How to reconstruct your existence when everything has collapsed
  • How to thrive in a post-apocalyptic world
  • And much, much more!

Do you know how to make your plans? Do you know the critical elements of your ultimate survival? Do you know the equipment you need? Do you know where to get your training?

"In Other Words, What DON’T You Know That
Keeps You Awake At Night?"

   



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