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Surviving SHTF: Navigating Martial Law, Gangs And Warlords After Total Collapse

What would you do if your neighbors came to your house to take everything from you?

…your food…

…your supplies…

…even your children?

Like most Westerners you have a simple option:

Pick up the phone, dial 911 and hold them off until the cavalry arrives.

But what if you didn’t have that option?

What if there were no police to call?

This is the cold, hard reality for millions of people around the world today.

They don’t have the rule of law.

They have a system of government called “whoever has the biggest stick gets to make all the rules.”

And what you and I know that the “Average Joe” on the street doesn’t is that…

…it could happen here at any moment!

What type of men rise to the top during social collapse?

What type of men fall in line?

And which kind are you?

Answering these questions is an essential part of your SHTF plan… and we’ve got ONE simple thing you can do to start answering them that doesn’t involve flying to a refugee camp in a war zone.

Real World Insight Into What WARLORDS and GANGS Will Look Like Post-Collapse

Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • The shocking science of how quickly and drastically people can change during a disaster.
  • The profile of the SHTF warlord, his captains and his grunts.
  • What passes for “law and order” in real-life disaster areas.
  • One simple trick to gain insight into how your neighbors will change when the groceries run out for good. 
  • And much, MUCH more!

Resources Mentioned In This Podcast:

Do You Have Any Experience In Disaster Zones? What Shocked You The Most?

Share Your Observations In The Comments Below…

  • I was in Mogadishu / Somali after the government collapse, providing human aid. Warlords gangs, murder, theft were rampant. Was very much a he with the biggest stick, numbers and guns rules. Was even less safe for aid workers because we had medical supplies and food.

  • PatriotMedic says:

    As a retired Paramedic,with 27 years experience,I have worked several disaster scenes and witnessed and responded to a commercial passenger plane crash.Most people tend to get frantic and begin to panic,while initially running away.Others,either by training,will or impulse,run towards the scene.The chaos,fear and doubt immediately fade,as your education,training,experience and skills automatically kick in,as you overview your scene for safety,familiarity,surroundings and go into action by initiating triage.In a mass injury scene,the first on scene begins to triage or prioritize the injured patients,for transport.We do NOT stop and treat the dead,we move on,throw a quick pressure dressing on a bleeder and move to the next.All the while,we are putting tags and markings on the patients,to indicate their priority of treatment and transport.The most critical go to the nearest hospital(s) while the less critical and “walking wounded” get treated and transported to outer area hospitals.This makes certain that no 1 hospital gets hit with everything and the most critical get faster transport times and treatment,for life saving medical care,that they urgently need.

  • I appreciate what you are doing. However, I am 81 years old and have had to cut back on my daily activities. I do go to a fitness center 5 days a week and do a pretty strenuous workout. I’m not as bold with a firearm as I once was. I still maintain my cc but am a little more conservative. Thought it might help that you knew. Dale Odden

  • Great topic as usual, Jeff. Thank you.

  • AngieWhite says:

    Really helpful. As a sole mamma of girls with ASD and epilepsy, and no male family members or close friends who I would burden with our protection, I now feel very confident that we don’t actually have any safe options. Not complaining, it saves me the hassle of worrying about preps and maybe I can just focus on planning some opt-outs for us all.

  • R. Hap Bullard says:

    Seeing my neighbors houses burning by the hundreds while trying to rescue large animals, mostly horses, in a wild land fire that ravaged well over 100,000 acres in the CZU complex fires. 0ver 400 homes were destroyed in our small town of 4,300 people. It was a complex of fires coming from 3 different directions and at one time nearly trapped us with a full load of horses. We worked 24 hours a day for 4 days removing horses, mules, alpacas, goats, pigs, dogs and cats. After that my wife and I lived in our horse trailer for 16 days, luckily we had our bug out gear and were warm, hydrated and had plenty of food. We had no idea weather our house had survived until we started feed runs for pets that had been left behind. We were blessed, our house survived, our barn was damaged but was repairable. After returning home we were without water and power for another 2 weeks. Between our solar panels and generator we were comfortable and lucky, looting and vandalism was not a huge problem because we are in a rural area. Our rescue group is Santa Cruz County Equine Evacuation Unit, over 100 members, all with trucks and trailers with 38 ham operators (cell phones don’t work in a disaster, all the cell towers burned). All members are trained in the National Incident Management System, large animal handling, loading, basic first aid, wild land fire safety.

  • William W Nietsch says:

    Jeff excellent video! I look forward to purchasing a couple copies of the book, thanks for your great work….Bill

  • peter behringer says:

    enjoyed the video…..some tough harsh realities were covered….the author’s audio level in this interview was very low…had to adjust the computer speakers up to max. volume level. the post-SHTF power dynamics and survivor’s options covered by the guys appear in a fiction adventure series i am scriptwriting for, but with the exception of FEMA camps. (are none, as the story is set in a controversial tropical S.American country 8 months after a worldwide economic collapse & ongoing regional wars, a country where i currently reside as an American ex-pat, where daily life is hands-on prepper training). best regards!

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