A Nuclear War is Becoming More Likely Everyday.
Be Prepared With This Survival Kit.
We’d all like to think that things are under control, but nothing could be further from the truth. There is an assumed confidence that tomorrow will be like today, and we’ll will go on with our lives as we always have, with the occasional little bumps in the road. Unfortunately, that confidence is a false confidence. If you live long enough, someday that little bump you feel in the road today will turn into turmoil and mayhem tomorrow; it’s only a matter of time.
There is a war coming, that is for certain. You only have to look at human nature and scan through a history book to figure that one out. For centuries wars were fought with clubs and swords, and some fanatical leader could kill thousands of people over a span of years. Today, that same man could kill hundreds of thousands in only minutes by the simple act of pushing a button. It’s something we don’t like to think about so we force it toward the back of our minds and hope for the best, but that won’t make it go away.
None of us can ever truly be ready for that day, but there are things that can be done. During the dawn of the nuclear age in the 50’s and 60’s people started building bomb shelters. Some shelters included generators, fresh air systems, medical supplies, survival tools and stocks of survival food that would last for years. Today, there are entire survival communities aimed at being prepared for every type of disaster, including nuclear war. All this obviously comes at a great cost of time and money, but then, what is a life worth?
Regrettably, there are many of us that do not have the resources available to become part of a survival community, but there are still things you can do. Spend some time creating a plan now, before anything happens. There are lots of good resources available online with detailed instructions that can get you started.
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