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7 thoughts on “Young People Need to Prepare for SHTF

  1. If you are young I suggest you look at it as stress management. Life can be very stressful in your early 20’s. All kinds of prepping can make it a lot easier. Here is a simple one.

    Car Keys:
    Are you prepared if you get locked out of your car? How about if you lose your car keys?

    I have no stress in this case because I have three complete sets. Set 1 is in my hand/pocket. Set 2 in my home, and Set 3 is in my car. It’s a complete set, my house key, mailbox, gas tank, padlocks, etc. Any key on set 1 is duplicated on the others.

    Hide a complete set inside the car, then you only need a way to get in your car. In that case you only need an extra car key zip tied someplace on the bottom where it can’t be found unless somebody knows exactly where to look.

    My keys can fall to the bottom of the ocean and I’ll have no stress about them, and no stress is really what Prepping is about.

    It’s a start.

  2. The best thing you can do is work on you.

    You sir, are correct. Having just hit 25, with a messed up back due to unforeseen circumstances, and so close to graduating from college, I 100% agree. And this is coming from a guy who then hears has a messiah complex, wanting to save everyone at the expense of myself. I may had been broke, but nothing stopped me from trying.

    Good stuff, CP. As always.

  3. & I quote “ u mays as well be born with a usb drive sticking out ya arse” 😂😂 ya killing me. On a serious note I’m very new to all this prepping. Not really a thing on the other side of the pond. However had a very insightful & inspiring experience watching a load of your videos as well as( Cityprepping, Fullsspectrumsurvival) to name a few. Keep u the good work.

  4. I assume that something big and life-changing is going to happen within the next 24mos. My advice, if you need income, find work as a butcher, raft guide, parks service, metal work, wood work, mine, quarry, architect, land surveyor, emergency medical or something and in your free time do other activities to fill out your skill set

  5. Thank you Canadian prepper for making this video I always take something away from your videos keep up the good work

  6. I’m 30.. Started prepping when I was 25 for wilderness survival by learning bushcraft skills, trapping and hunting.. My bag is a 30L military surplus.. nothing fancy.. and my gear is the same. I find it’s best to save money where possible and include family and friends in as many outdoor overnighters as you can.. They’ll slowly come around.. For instance, a family camping trip is the perfect place to show off new found skills that will amaze and spark interest.. not as a SHTF prepper but by coming across as knowledgeable and helpful and genuinely compassionate and loving of nature and the way it provides everything we need.. While still carrying a crossbow and a machete 😉

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