Survival Lessons from The Great Depression

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  • Published on:  Sunday, April 14, 2019
  • Survival Lessons from The Great Depression #GreatDepression #Survival #Prepping

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  • No Script

    No Script

     14 hours ago

    Great video!!

  • Thomas Laux

    Thomas Laux

     yesterday

    Very interesting, thank you.

  • Bashir Hayek

    Bashir Hayek

     yesterday

    We make fun of the Armish because they seem so backwards in accepting technological advancements. In one ☝️ degree that is correct to there ability to advance in farming and land management. But when the next Great Depression hits we will be running 🏃‍♂️ to the Armish

  • Bashir Hayek

    Bashir Hayek

     yesterday

    Remember one ☝️ important fact, and that is the banks have learnt from Great Depression, not to be more transparent and honest. But how to be more deceptive and cunning. Promote cashless system, close branches because everyone will be doing there banking on there apps on a cellular phone. They call that progress. When they close your account it would be done ✅ by a single touch of a button. Try and walk on the banks, they won’t be around. Your local branch is forever gone. They should have never allowed the banking system to go down that track. Why because we need to regulate proven thieves and keep them under the thumb. But deregulation and false crap 💩 sold to us it’s about business and getting access to money 💰 is the biggest lie ever sold. It’s only because the significant few who would benefit from this new system are the one ☝️ that want it. But in reality we are heading closer and closer to another Great Depression

  • GeoS

    GeoS

     2 days ago

    My parents lived through the depression. One of Dad's favorite remarks, when someone showed him something or told him about something, he would say, "what good is it if you can't eat it?" He was 18 at the time, hopped on freight trains from town to town looking for work up and down the East coast. He finally found a job in a cotton mill in NC, and ended up working there 47 years. He experiences formed his own particular philosophy about life. He never bought anything unless he absolutely had to have it, and threw nothing away. He wasn't educated, but could do most anything - auto repair, fixing lawn mowers. repair house wiring and plumbing, etc. Wimpy Americans today would be hard-pressed to get by a major long-term depression.

  • jzt999

    jzt999

     2 days ago

    You are just blind. We are in the middle of the second great depression.

  • wakawaka1976

    wakawaka1976

     3 days ago

    I thought it was cooler back in the day because of global warming...

  • ATrueBosz

    ATrueBosz

     3 days ago

    Just for all you older folk, I’m 22 I know how to hunt, fish, garden, do carpentry, fix cars and weld so I think I’ll be okay, oh and I live in an urban city, can’t say the same for the rest of my generation though

  • Scotty

    Scotty

     3 days ago

    ATT commerical...no internet for 20min ....flares gun goes off and ppl r panic

  • Jan loves many

    Jan loves many

     3 days ago

    Both my parents lived through it in their youth.

  • Brian Masters

    Brian Masters

     4 days ago

    Very interesting.

  • UltimateBargains

    UltimateBargains

     4 days ago

    Hard Times create Strong Men.
    Strong Men create Good Times.
    Good Times create Weak Men.
    Weak Men create Hard Times.

  • Austin Downing

    Austin Downing

     5 days ago

    When we're old men we will tell stories and show pictures of walmart parking lots overflowing with people living out of their cars and the middle class will be consudered of the ones who are locked inside.

  • Maran L

    Maran L

     5 days ago

    Banks ARE the burglars!!

  • Robert Hertz

    Robert Hertz

     5 days ago

    Is ANOTHER heading OUR WAY. How FUN. We will learn how to get along . WITH LESS. ALSO FAMILY. HOW FUN IS LIFE.

  • Jhon Doe36

    Jhon Doe36

     6 days ago

    Wait, a ton of people say nobody will want money in this kind of situation. They say because you can eat food, but you can not eat money. So what's true and what isn't?

  • Jhon Doe36

    Jhon Doe36

     6 days ago

    Soy boys will be growing soy beans for sure. Wait, they won't. Their fingernails will get dirty.
    Leave me a thumbs down👎 in the comments if you're a soy boy.😂

  • TJ Jones

    TJ Jones

     6 days ago

    Xavier de la Foret is a great YouTube channel that I learned how to tan animal hides from. YouTube and it's Creator's can be a great resource

  • Elias Ramos

    Elias Ramos

     6 days ago

    As much as people distrust banks now, them defaulting on giving you back your money is very unlikely nowadays due to increasing reserve requirements banks most uphold and the US government bailing out central banks in the event of a recession.

  • Saosaq Ii

    Saosaq Ii

     6 days ago

    If you’re stocked high on food and farmables like chicken, crops or aquaponics system you should maybe, just maybe put a sign up saying you’re hiring people to work for food.

    You can have them work your garden, care the chicken or fish and you can grow your alliance for security.