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Grey is good. Getting “noticed” by the authorities is bad. These simple precepts are the basis for our approach to prepping.
Sustainability is good. What are you gonna eat when the freeze dried food runs out? You better have the land and the skills to raise your own food.
Being a helpful neighbor is good. A volunteer firefighter or medic is someone people are happy to see show up.
Rural is good. Having responded to many disaster areas, the rural folks always seem to fare better than those trapped in the cities.
Now to the heart of the matter. There are many preppers I have met that I would not like to share lunch with much less WROL. From the habitual criminal to the paranoid delusional I have met them all. I know that there have to be a few individuals out there that are concerned about possibilities, that understand that complex systems can fall apart, and want to take rational action with rational people. Give us a try.