Protecting your Home
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During our lifetime, we’ve all witnessed the government’s massive increase of power. FEMA is a glaring example of that. This agency can now confiscate your food stockpiles and trample on your civil liberties, unimpeded. But there are still a few FEMA weak spots you can still exploit, IF you’re in the right state that is:
During a severe crisis you’re probably never going to make your home totally invulnerable to attack. What you can do is make it a far less attractive and more dangerous target than other houses on your street...so that any would be intruder will quickly change course:
The ability to defend your life, home and family is something that our forefathers enshrined in the Constitution. You see the second amendment doesn’t just allow you to use firearms in that regard, but all sorts of other weapons and items. Still just because you can use some of them, does not necessarily mean you should – here are some that carry serious, and often unforeseen risks. Do you own one of them?
It’s difficult enough to prepare yourself and your home against an attack in the first place, without everyone and his uncle telling you that you’re doing it all wrong. So, I’m not going to add my name to that list. What I’ll do instead is share the few ignored items that can make a HUGE difference in how well protected you are inside your home – pay close attention to #3 and #9:
No one is perfect, and when it comes to home security, all of us tend to make mistakes that may seem small but can result in significant breaches to our homes. Unfortunately, these lapses in judgement often go undetected until they are either exploited by the criminal element or pointed out in an article on your favourite prepping website. These are nine home security mistakes you might be making right now.