Monday, March 23, 2009

Notes From a Real-Life SHTF Survivor

This post is long and will take you perhaps an hour to read. However, it is worthwhile. It describes the experiences of "Ferfal," an architect living in Argentina, which suffered an economic meltdown in 2001 and still had not recovered as of 2005 when this information was first published.

Anyone looking for a real-world description of what life is like when society breaks down -- rampant rapes, thefts, kidnappings, tortures, power outages, bartering and black markets, and other sad facts of day-to-day life -- as well as what types of tactics Ferfal resorted to in order to keep his family safe, should look here first.

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