You can wish and pray for peace all you want. But when the SHTF, it is always every man for themselves. The most common phrase spoken by those who commit acts of violence to survive will be…
“what choice did I have.”
The Philippines suffered their worst case scenario in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. More than 600,000 people were displaced by this storm with no food water or medicine.
No food, water, power and limited shelter amongst the stench of rotting dead bodies in the ruins of their cities. The death toll reached over 6,000.
Lessons in human nature (good & bad) can be learned by studying this disasters rescue and recovery efforts as survivors scour the streets for food and mobs attack aid trucks.
More on this disaster can be found at the www.dailymail.co.uk.
If you’d like to learn more about how the criminal element (and regular people trying to survive) will take advantage of a grid down environment and make a bad situation worse, you can read “The SHTF Art of War.”
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