12 lessons for surviving war after a financial collapse…(Must Read!)

Thursday, April 16, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker
Thursday, April 16, 2015

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine is saddening to behold, but there are a number of valuable lessons to be learned from the plight of the citizens who live within its contested regions. This was a stable and relatively prosperous country that descended into chaos in the span of less than a year.

Many financial analysts and other experts are predicting an economic collapse in the United States sometime in the near future. It could be a matter of months or a few years, but there is agreement among a growing number of informed parties that the U.S. could be facing a roughly similar breakdown of society following the collapse, with the imposition of martial law or even civil war being among the possible outcomes.

Fernando “FerFAL” Aguirre, of TheModernSurvivalist.com has published a list entitled “12 Survival Lessons from Ukraine,” based mainly on the survivalist blog entries of a Ukrainian citizen who calls himself George1980.

Aguirre provides detailed descriptions of each entry in his list, and it’s an informative and interesting read. I highly recommended it for those who would like to adequately prepare themselves for whatever possible conflicts may lie ahead in our own future.

Here is his list, along with my brief synopsis of each item:

“Artillery & infantry beats survivalist hero fantasies. Every. Single. Time.” – – The Ukrainian crisis has proven once again that even a well-armed citizen is virtually powerless against an entire army. It is folly to think that an individual or even a group of people with light weaponry can stand against an invader armed with planes, tanks, artillery, missiles and bombs. This doesn’t mean, however, that you should not stockpile at least some weapons for protecting yourself and your family when SHTF.

“Cover the basics. Food, water, shelter and medicines.” — The thousands of people in Eastern Ukraine who have little or no food, water, fuel, electricity and other survival essentials are ample evidence of why it is so important to stockpile the basics in case of a prolonged disaster scenario.

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