Think carefully now. Answering this question might be the most important thing you do today.
I know it is daunting, to say the least. Surely not something you want to think about. Let us break it down a bit further.
Will you be able to tell a survival story the next time a hurricane or tornado passes by? Are you able to defend yourself from an angry mob? Can your daughter fight of barbaric, lustful men? Will your son survive to one day raise his own family?
Do you have food stored away? Water? What about energy for heat?
It is tough questions.
I said it earlier.
Definitely not something you want to think about.
However, for some strange reason, disaster always happens when we look the other way. When we least expect it. When we are not thinking about it.
See, most prepper experts agree that the American way of living will soon become obsolete. Yet, most citizens are blissfully unaware of the various imminent threats, ranging from Natural Disasters, Economic Meltdowns and even Apocalyptic sized events.
It is coming. The only question is when.
Do you want to get a look of utter despair or hope from a loved one?
As a good American, you know your family comes first. And yes, you are already providing for all their daily needs. However, I bet you do not want to look a family member in the eyes when she – and you – are helpless.
The answer is to be prepared.
To make sure you can handle every situation
To ensure your family is safe.
I was in a FEMA camp when Katrina struck. Believe me, you don’t want to be there. The risk of dying there was bigger than the hurricane itself. Trust the advice of someone who’s been through it all: this course can save you. I mean had I known at least half of what is says, I would have been much, much safer. People, this is a life saver! – Trent McGraw
You can save your family.
You can be prepared for any type of emergency