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Tyler Smith of Doomsday Preppers: Apex Predator or Apex Punk?

by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

If there was ever a case study on why preppers should be prepared to defend their supplies, the upcoming episode of National Geographic’s Doomsday Preppers would provide a perfect example.

“We’re not in it to stockpile. We’re in it to take what you have and there’s nothing you can do to stop us,” Tyler Smith says. “We are your worst nightmare, and we are coming.” Smith, 29, is the leader of Spartan Survival. The group has more than 80 dues-paying members. Smith founded the organization in 2005 to train and prepare others on survivalism. On Tuesday night, Smith’s story will be told on the National Geographic Channel survivalist TV show “Doomsday Preppers.” (source)

So, not only would someone with supplies need to worry about everyday commonplace looters, they would need to be concerned about Smith and his band of merry marauders, whose survival plan seems to hinge on overwhelming force against those who have spent years gathering supplies and planning for a secure and peaceful existence.

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4 comments to Tyler Smith of Doomsday Preppers: Apex Predator or Apex Punk?

  • Ed_B

    That does not sound like a survival group to me. It sounds more like a criminal gang of knuckle-dragging thugs that need to be seriously ambushed and cut to ribbons by those who know how. If anyone belongs in a FEMA camp, maybe people like these are the ones who do.

  • jim

    just watching that guy made me laugh. cant believe he honestly thinks his homemade body armor will work.

    • Harvey Wallbanger

      I’m with you on that one for a couple of reasons. Are they deluded enough to think that most people proficient with a gun would have a problem making a head shot and most big game hunting calibers would make short work of his body armor and like a Hallmark Greeting Card have they ability reach out and touch someone far away.

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