I wrote my book “The S.H.T.F. Art of War” specifically for procrastinators. I’ve worked to keep the information stream lined and right to the point. I created the book to be a short, immediate action type of work that could be read in one sitting.
I did this because most of us are severe procrastinators. Most of us wait until the last minute to do anything.
Even with advanced warning of an impending winter storm or hurricane, the TV News routinely shows people running, last minute to the stores for basic supplies. Humans for the most part, are reactionary creatures and store shelves don’t hold enough supplies for everyone.
In the face of a worst case disaster, there will still be people who wait until the last minute to be proactive in their own survival.
In the event of a societal collapse, I believe this same procrastination phenomenon will happen when people need knowledge on security and warfare. When your life suddenly depends on that knowledge, you’re going to want it in a big damn hurry. I fear in most cases it will be too late for too many.
Security is like air. You never think about it until you don’t have it any more.