• How to Survive Bear Attacks

    In a previous article we talk about the different bear species and how to avoid running into them when you’re hiking or camping. This time we will dive a little deeper […]

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  • Top 5 Survival Rifles

    When society collapses and the world is thrown into chaos, having the means necessary to defend yourself and provide food for your family will determine your odds of surviving. Traditionally […]

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  • North Korea Tensions Trigger Global Red Alert

    A historic meeting is held these days in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, starting Friday, May 6th, and expected to last four or five days. For the first time […]

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  • How To Survive In The Amazon Rainforest

    The Amazon Rainforest sounds like an excellent destination for any adventure seeker, but did you know how many threats will put your life at risk? Are you well prepared for […]

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  • Best deadfall traps for survival

    In a bug out survival situation you will probably have some provisions with you. However, you will probably run out in a few days so finding food is going to […]

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Why The World Needs Preppers to Survive? Why Survivalists Are a Great Asset for The Entire Planet?

Survivalists are usually considered paranoid conspiracy theorists by the media, but during a major hit or disaster, they are the heroes. There was a time when everyone was needed to be a survivalist or prepper. It was a time when people reutilized everything they could because they had to. In the past, if there was an emergency situation as a […]

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Most Hazardous Nuclear Plants Near Earthquake Fault Lines. Multiple Disasters Could Happen Anytime

A devastating earthquake of 6.5 magnitude and subsequent aftershocks hit Japan on 2016, 12th April night, killed nine people and injured 1000 others. This disaster stirs through painful memories of the Fukushima disaster. Despite all tragedies, eight of the deadliest potential atomic bombs operate along seismic fault lines. One of the power plants may never be built because of Fukushima. […]

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Brexit Aftermath – The Ideal Storm of Economic Crisis, Migration, And Nationalism Due to The Brexit

After the vote, Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, said the protesters against Brexit were confused. He has accused the government of failing to explain how leaving the EU can work in the UK’s interests. He declared that this vote led to “a kind of hysteria, a contagious mourning” among part of the population. People were confused and did […]

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John Ashe Suspicious Death Before He Could Testify Against Clinton Foundation Donor

On 22 June 2016 John Ashe, a former United Nations diplomat from Antigua, died at his Dobbs Ferry home in New York. According to various accounts, John Ashe was supposed to be interviewed about Hillary Clinton and Chinese billionaire Ng and suspiciously died a few days before he was set to stand trial on corruption charges. FBI agents who were […]

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How can you Heal Emotionally After a Disaster?

Nowadays, attacks and catastrophes have almost become an everyday experience. Natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, etc. can have an enormous impact on those who survived. People have strong emotional reactions to these critical situations. The following events trigger a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Exposure to a traumatic event. Confrontation with a catastrophic situation. The person who lived […]

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