How much time do you spend in the woods?
And how much time do you spend in towns or cities?
If you’re like most people, you spend way more time in a town or a city, close to your fellow humans.
So understanding how to navigate urban and suburban areas during a disaster, economic collapse or social breakdown is essential. After all, chances are much higher that a population center is where you’ll face a survival situation.
The number one thing you need to be ready for is to deal with people who are desperate, afraid, and possibly hostile.
You also need to know where you’ll go if a situation gets bad enough that you need to evacuate.
Both of these require quite a bit of pre-planning. That’s what preparation is all about, after all—being ready ahead of time to deal with what life throws at you.
In this 20 minute YouTube video, you’ll find lots of tips and advice on getting ready to deal with disaster or social upheaval in an urban environment, including how to anticipate how bad any situation might get and what steps you can take ahead of time to ensure your safety and the safety of your loved ones.