Issue #80 of The Wild Bunch Dispatch, Alt-Market’s exclusive newsletter covering concepts and tactics for defeating globalism, is set to be released on July 24th. The Wild Bunch is a place to explore subjects and solutions to centralized tyranny which are rarely if ever covered by the rest of the alternative media. Meaning, we talk about direct action measures along with more passive strategies.
The concept of “bugging out” of your primary survival location should not be at the top of your list in terms of plans. It shouldn’t even be Plan B or Plan C. However, there a multiple scenarios I can think of that might require a prepper or their group to leave their home base and set up somewhere safer. From economic collapse leading to mass refugee movements, to wildfires to military interventions, there are certain threats that might not allow us to stay in one place permanently.
The key to the Bug Out problem is to treat it as a last resort, and to plan well ahead of the game. Also, you must have the right preps for the job, because what you take will be limited to what you can carry in a vehicle or even on foot. In the next issue of the Wild Bunch we will discuss the potential for a bug out event and I’ll tell you what I think are the best items to have ready should you need to get out of dodge fast.
The Bug Out Scenario – What Do You Need To Get Out of Dodge?
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Are we still having the discussion on issue 79?
No, had to take a week off for other work projects. We’ll be skipping straight to discussion on Issue #80. But, if you want to throw in some questions on #79 during that discussion you’re welcome to. It will be held on Thursday, July 28th at 6pm Mountain.