In most doomsday survival scenarios, something catastrophic happens – an EMP or a financial collapse, something that derails society so thoroughly that infrastructures break down, life as we know it ceases to exist and governments are pitted against the people.
In this scenario, only the truly prepared – those with stocks of food and guns and ammo and elaborate bug-out plans are truly able to make it through.
Then, when all is lost, they and their friends band together to form and develop a new society.
But what if all we ever experience are isolated natural and manmade catastrophes – like hurricanes or tornadoes, terrorism or urban unrest as we continue to decay, slowly, without the fanfare of a major SHTF moment?
Are we prepared for that?
To read some thoughts on that subject, check out the next page.