Many people romanticize history.Â Oh if only we could have lived in the old days right?Â Taking a wagon out to homestead virgin land.Â Let me tell you as a student of history it was an amazing time to be alive, it was also a hell of a lot harder then many in the preparedness movement make it out to have been.
The reality is modern technology isnâ€™t going away.Â That is a great thing, it will change, adapt and face certain challenges due to energy availability but we are not going back to Little House on the Prairie.Â Â Â Frankly I am okay with that.
Modern oppressive government isnâ€™t going away either.Â This of course I find unfortunate but it is also reality.Â The more I learn the more I realize the majority of Americans are actually for bigger and more intrusive government.Â They are simply divided as to how it should be marketed.Â I know if you are a fan of liberty this makes little sense but the reality is people have had generations of conditioning and it is the rare person that easily breaks the cycle.
Hence to be self sufficient today we need to look at reality not at the romanticism of a history that isnâ€™t going to return.Â We also must not fantasize about the utopia promised by a small government society where we can all be left alone.Â The only way to obtain this today is to create your own little pocket of as much of it as you can muster.
Join Me Today As We Discussâ€¦
Why we must n0t turn our backs on technology
Why debt freedom must be part of your plan
Why where you choose to live is so important
Why community must be part of your plan
Why we all need to become homesteaders (no matter where we live)
Why we need hard skills to go along with soft and technical skills
How food storage fits with this plan, disaster or not
Why it is time to go on the offensive in some areas and not others
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