from Survival Blog:
I’ve been working on this article for a while and maybe now’s the time to share it. I would like to have a page of orientation information to post at our bugout encampment or in our neighborhood after we’ve implemented the Community Action Plan and the dust has started to settle.
So this is my best attempt to put together some foundational ideas that should apply to every situation. I’ve deliberately tried to keep it conversational, simple, and friendly (maybe even slightly humorous), because there are a lot of “don’ts”. I’m looking forward to seeing what else the SurvivalBlog community suggests! Then I’m going to print off several copies to have on hand, because I probably won’t be able to print or copy it after the “collapse”!
Keep on trusting God, and be prepared! We can do both.
The Orientation Flyer
We made up this flyer to address a few of the most frequently asked questions around here since the “collapse”. Yes, the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights are still in effect in this neighborhood/encampment, as are any state or federal law that doesn’t violate the Constitution or common sense. We are a freedom-loving, God-fearing, law-abiding community, and we mean to keep it that way.
- We prefer that everyone in our neighborhood carry a firearm or always have one handy. From past experience, we just never know when someone outside this community is going to start trouble and, well, we’re all responsible for our own safety. Like it or not, you have an obligation to God to defend the innocent, and that includes your innocent self! “Be Prepared” isn’t just for Boy Scouts.
- We expect everyone– e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e– to follow the Four Laws of Gun Safety: (1) Treat every firearm as if it’s loaded. (2) Don’t point your gun at something you don’t want to kill. (3) Be sure of your target and what’s in front and behind it. (4) Keep your finger off your trigger unless you’re really going to shoot. If we have to explain why these are good rules then you aren’t smart enough to carry a gun and someone else is going to have to pack your gun(s) for you while you’re here. You won’t get a warning. Kids under 12 will need their parents or guardians to keep their firearms while they’re in the neighborhood.
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