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  • Selco Wisdom - Top 5 SHTF "Surprises"

    http://shtfschool.com/general/top-5-shtf-surprises/


    Selco survived the Balkan civil war and now writes and has a training school that teaches mainly urban SHTF type survival training ....

  • #2
    This is surviving in a combat area as a civilian.

    This is not prepping, where you stash items you need for living well beyond 90 days. He does raise one point and that is security. Never let someone take your guns from you, because if you do you will die.

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    • #3
      they got around to a never ending prepper discussion - Bartering & Trading in a SHTF Economy ....

      let's see what Selco has to say about how it went in a real life - what's worthwhile to stockpile?????


      http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-new...onomy_02012018

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      • #4
        War Zones are a unique experience and no two are ever the same, but I like Selco's attempt to make people think about what it might be like for themselves. Here in the U.S.A. we would have any number of war scenarios possible and every one different for all of our different regions/states and even different dependent on whether you are urban, suburban or rural. It's a good idea for any prepper to give these scenarios serious consideration for what they would need at there location or there bug out location as well as how combat or martial law would effect how they functioned, such as could you get to a bug out location or to an alternate source of water even. Combat veterans in the prepper groups will have a few advantages in these situations but the guys from regular combat units will also have a number of disadvantages as they will have to change mind sets from having the backups and supplies that they were accustomed to.
        Last edited by dalewick; 02-01-2018, 10:37 PM. Reason: Computer glitch
        Judge no one, until you have walked in the same mud and spilt the same blood. Him, I call brother.

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        • #5
          He does need to answer the most basic question: Why stay. If the fighting is within yards of where you live why not leave?

          Urban areas are known as having limited resources. So as you move away from the urban center more resources will become available.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RICHFL View Post
            He does need to answer the most basic question: Why stay. If the fighting is within yards of where you live why not leave?

            Urban areas are known as having limited resources. So as you move away from the urban center more resources will become available.


            outside the urban areas is where the real war horrors occurred - the major cities had their sniper alleys and occasional shelling but the small towns and their people ceased to exist all together - especially if you were the wrong ethnicity ....

            the Balkan Wars weren't war in a conventional sense - more like selective slaughter - it only ended with the US bombing the crap out of the region and forcing a ceasefire ....

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            • #7
              no idea how many more of these interview articles Daisy will compile from Selco - this one on wanton violence should strike home - good comparison between the Balkans War and what we can expect here in the US ... they had ethnic differences along with the religious conflict with the Slav muslims - the US won't last more than a few days without the racial differences coming into play ....

              https://www.theorganicprepper.com/se...violence-shtf/

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