There seems to be little discussion about sanitation preparedness for disaster scenarios. We talk about knives and gear, survival skill sets, food and water storage, the rule of 3’s, and self defense, ….
But when it comes to pee, crap, and trash (sorry, but it’s what we’re talking about), there’s not much dialogue. It’s going to be an issue if municipal systems break down or if you’re bugging out.
The premise: BOOM! It’s happened.
All your food and water, security and shelter, gear and skills preparations paid off. You, your family, and your survival group have caught their collective breath, and are settling in for the long haul. However long that “haul” might be.
Until … until what?
Well, if forming a survival group is a before item on your prep list, then this post is about a possible (a likely) situation after the SHTF. The situation? Someone walking up to your camp/shelter/home perimeter.
Someone who wants to join your group.
The Canadian Prepper discusses some high risk people, personalities, characters, and groups you may want to avoid in post-disaster scenarios when conventional law is not being enforced.
Under the right circumstances, any of us may be one of these folks.
And just because someone may potentially be a possible threat does not mean we need to avoid them altogether. We just have to have a heightened sense of awareness. We need to exercise caution if the right conditions trigger their “threat”.
In desperate times when ethics and morality become ambiguous, any individual may rationalize bad and dangerous behavior if it means protecting (providing for) themselves or their family.
And, of course, certain people will be dangerous threat regardless of the particular conditions.
Here’s a man who speaks his mind.
In this video he lays out five agenda items you should do right now as basic prep. Actually, he wouldn’t say “should do” but “must do” … or don’t come whining to him and his group when SHTF.
The basic preparations to do now (if not completed already):