from Ready Nutrition:
ReadyNutrition Readers, this is the final installment on our Escape from the Stalag/Gulag series, in which we present a few uncovered finer points and tie it all in together. You have read about the importance of the will to win, and about adaptability. You have been introduced to the things you should do when first captured and interred. You also read about what things you need to do before you “exit” the Gulag, and pointers to help keep you free. All of these items are subordinate to one concept that will mean either success or failure for you:
You must not merely believe that you can do it, you must know you can do it.
4 Tips to Use When Escaping From a FEMA Camp
1. You Will Need to Overcome Certain Factors
Now, another step in your escape is this concept: You must be willing to do what you normally would not even consider. The concept engendered here is that of risk: of putting your trust in yourself and taking a roll of the dice. You have to take a chance. Your job is to make that chance as greatly calculated as possible to what-if and war game every scenario in your mind. Here are some of the things you must resolve yourself to do, if the need arises:
- *Silence a guard: either by incapacitating or by killing
- *Stealing equipment/weapons/food: being as “opportunistic a forager” as possible
- *When you have decided the time is right, you may have to leave when others do not wish to: this can be very difficult, as the social aspect of human beings is sometimes so strong as to negate
- *The weather may be terrible, but you have your only “open window” to act (in a fierce snowstorm…JJ’s personal favorite…or in pouring rain)
- *The overall situation may not be good: a tremendous amount of prisoners executed/tortured, and other assorted horrors
*Your physical condition may be extremely deteriorated (malnutrition, sickness, abuse, or a combination thereof).
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