Amigos

Mexican-Robot1

Amigos.

I have peace of mind knowing my Amigos have my back.

Community is always key in surviving any disaster.  The same will be true during an event that causes a societal collapse.

Since the dawn of time, history shows, we humans always do better when we band together and work towards a common goal.  I personally like my community to be a well armed community.  When the power is out and the streets are dark, good guys with guns tends to keep the bad guys away. 

In the event of a complete societal collapse, where goods and services have stopped flowing throughout the country, there will be no 911.  No Law Enforcement or Emergency services to come to your aid. The constitution won’t matter. They’ll be no civil liberties, bill of rights or Geneva Convention to protect your, human rights.

Bands of organized marauders and cutthroats will appear once they realize that there will be absolutely no consequences for their actions. They won’t miss a step in taking advantage of an opportunity like this.  They already live in this criminally minded paradigm. They will act fast and have a head start.

In the recent history of natural disasters, looters and criminals take advantage of these grid down, chaotic situations in less than 24 hrs.  The bigger the disaster, the more embolden they become and the faster they strike.

When the lights go out and the rule of law disappears, you don’t want to be the one who is completely defenseless and without even the most basic knowledge of how the badguys are going to operate.

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