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We’re now witnessing the gradual collapse of our civilization. MIT experts recently published a study that estimated that the complete downfall of our modern society can happen as early as 2050. However, considering the unprecedented damages caused by the global health crisis in only one year, it is safe to say that our doomsday can arrive way sooner than expected. We’re watching threatening geopolitical conflicts arise all over the planet, and, in the meantime, our country is getting more and more chaotic. Our leaders don’t seem to know what they’re doing and at this point, it is perfectly clear that they won’t protect us when a major collapse occurs. Just this year, a series of disasters and disruptions plagued our country. About a month ago, one entire city burned down in California due to a ravaging wildfire. Last week, big cities reported devastating floods as Hurricane Ida shook America to the core.
Climate events are becoming more brutal and to make things even more complicated, our economic and financial conditions are going from bad to worse. The stock market is on the verge of a massive crash. The housing bubble can burst at any moment. The wealth gap between the top 1% and the rest of the population is only growing wider. And all of this is setting the stage for unrest. That’s why you need to get ready for what is coming next. Preparedness is about protecting yourself from the looming threats way before they’re actually here. In many survivalism scenarios, you will need a place to retreat in case life-threatening events arise unexpectedly. So having a place to hide until things calm down outside may help you to get through this tumultuous experience. And you can actually build one inside your property to keep your family safe.
Building a bunker is only as expensive and complex as you make it, and there are many layouts you can explore and adapt to your needs. But before you start digging your backyard, make sure you have all the permits you need for construction. In that way, you’ll know whether your home can support the changes or not and how safe your bunker will actually be. It’s also important to remember that a bunker needs to have appropriate conditions to support life during whichever event has driven you and your family to hide inside of it. So you can’t forget about including a proper stock of food, water, medical supplies, tools, and communication equipment to ride out the turmoil unfolding outside. You should also take special consideration in installing adequate ventilation systems so that there is enough fresh air flowing through your shelter. Today, we gathered 10 types of bunkers you can build on your property to prepare for the coming economic and societal collapse.
You should always evaluate your needs and see which option suits your budget the best. Being prepared for the worst requires a deep analysis of what is actually possible and what are your limitations. Working with what you have is one of the most important skills in survivalism scenarios. Being aware of your personal environment and paying attention to what is happening around you will also be crucial because you will know when and how to act and you won’t panic when things get too turbulent. If you realize things are changing suspiciously fast, make sure you put all the supplies you need in your hiding spot and run away before everything spirals out of control.
Considering how dangerous and chaotic our cities are getting, preparedness may be our only chance to survive the coming societal and economic collapse. So it’s always a good idea to learn from the wisdom passed on by experienced preppers, such as those with Urban Survival Website, Ask A Prepper, Survivalist Prepper, and many, many others. With each passing day, more conflicts and social tensions are emerging all over the country and all around the world. And getting ready for the end of the world as we know it is getting ready for a new life – one in which we are the ones who make the rules.”