Tuesday, June 28, 2016

10 Ways to Survive an Upcoming Catastrophe

Check out the mail that I've received in just the last few days. This is just a small sample of what I receive on a regular basis. Look at the headlines:
"Does this chart foretell the end of Western Civilization?"
"America's Day of Reckoning"
"Bloodbath 2016"
Many investors are worried about the fallout from Brexit. Many investors are worried about who is going to win the election, and what will happen to the economy. as a result Many investors fear both the leading Republican and Democratic candidates. Many investors are worried that the stock market has been rising for too long. So is a major catastrophe just around the corner? If so, what's a person to do?

If you are really concerned, there are certain supplies that you can stock up on, that can help out in the event that there is a real catastrophe. Imagine no electricity, natural gas, heat, Internet, or water. Here is a list of items that you should consider stocking up on.

1. LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
These water filters are great. This straw filters out virtually all bacteria and almost all parasites, without the use of chlorine, iodine, or any toxic chemicals.

2. Chainmate CM-24SSP 24-Inch Survival Pocket Chain Saw With Pouch
This lightweight and portable saw with carbon steel teeth can cut through wood fast.

3. Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets
I like to keep one of these in the glove compartment of all my vehicles. These waterproof rescue blankets reflects 90% of body heat.

4. Jackie Portable Extra-large Head Windproof Waterproof Matches
The best feature about these matches is that they can light during a rainstorm and windstorm.

5. Emergency Power USB Hand Crank SOS Phone Charger
If there is still cellphone service, you could find this very useful.

6. Survival Seed Vault Non-GMO Hardy Heirloom Seeds
You will need to grow your own vegetables for food. These non-GMO non-hybrid vegetable seeds are in a can for long term storage, with 20 varieties of vegetables.

7. Cyalume SnapLight Green Light Sticks
I really like these. They can stay lit for up to 12 hours. These are not the cheap party light sticks, they are high quality sticks made in the US.

8. Multi Tool Set
This has a wrench, pliers, knife, two hexagonal sockets, and three screwdriver bits.

9. Mountain House Just In Case Freeze Dried Food Bucket
To survive, you have to have food. This bucket contains 12 pouches (29 servings) of freeze dried food, including beef stroganoff, chicken teriyaki, beef stew, lasagna, noodles and chicken, and granola with blueberries.

10. Survival Hacks: Over 200 Ways to Use Everyday Items for Wilderness Survival
Finally, how about a survival guide. This is currently the highest rated survival book on Amazon.

Hopefully, you will order these resources but never need them. Think of the cost as cheap insurance.

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