What a Green Beret told me about SHTF

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, December 19, 2018
  • Advice a special forces soldier gave me about prepping for SHTF Tip Jar paypal.me/survivalprepping
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  • Master Sergeant

    Master Sergeant

     7 months ago +146

    Great video. Appreciate your hard work. It shows.

  • Glen Romney

    Glen Romney

     7 months ago +624

    No being fat and out of shape will kill most preppers! I’m one that tried going on a hike with my daughter. I’m fully prepared for the end of the world! It took 6 teenagers, an unsuccessful life flight( I was too heavy to carry!) 4 police cars 2 fire engines, 2 rescue teams and an ambulance to get me to the hospital from 1/2 mile up the camp trail! We thought it was a heart attack. Turned out to be a gastrenial attack from the dinner I had the night before. 1 year ago. Since I’ve dropped 56 lbs and am up to 3 miles a day walking. Maybe one day i will prepared. Go ahead have a good laugh! I feel like a fucking idiot!

  • Rehoboth Farm

    Rehoboth Farm

     6 months ago +195

    Dad always said, "Everybody wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to die." I miss Dad.

  • Mark Davis

    Mark Davis

     6 months ago +271

    I’m the old guy who stays behind to hold them off and buy you time .......

  • ChipMarine

    ChipMarine

     6 months ago +140

    I was a combat Marine in Vietnam 1968 TET offensive. I know a little bit about death. How to cause it and how to accept it. The one thing the Green Beret didn't mention is even though you might die you must plan to take as many of the enemy with you as possible. Then, and only then, have you done your job for America. I have a Purple Heart license on my car. Yes, I have been there and your video was a good one. Thank You. SEMPER-FI !

  • Shaun Elliott

    Shaun Elliott

     7 months ago +232

    The one thing that "Preppers" don't allow for is fitness, if you can't be the fittest, be as fit as you can.

  • skyym3

    skyym3

     5 months ago +25

    Most of you are not going to understand this as it was meant to be understood, but here are true words of wisdom.
    Luke 17:33 Whosoever shall seek to save his life shall lose it; and whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve it.

  • Jedi master harmon

    Jedi master harmon

     6 months ago +36

    My grandfather was 101 . and he used to say fight like you are dead already. Because it will happen. Grandpa told me that the day I shipped out for basic training.

  • noblelies

    noblelies

     7 months ago +68

    99% of YouTube "copyright" claims are bogus forms of censorship to drive your message underground.

  • Games & Entertainment Animator & Fiddler

    Games & Entertainment Animator & Fiddler

     6 months ago +7

    Thanks. That one point you shared is at the core of everything. You have to accept that in order to be able to use whatever skills you've learned AND to be able to step outside your emotions and deal with things in the middle of chaos. I find it helpful to think about mortality. But it's more helpful to have come to a sense long time ago that we are spiritual beings living for a while in this existence. Lessons to be learned.

  • ronbo36316 Veteran

    ronbo36316 Veteran

     4 months ago +4

    Absolutely agree
    As a Vet I am constantly preparing
    And yes, if you do not eccept the fact that we all die then the fear can be overwhelming
    And we all must put our fate in Yahweh's hands and accept his will to be done.

  • 2017_2018_2019

    2017_2018_2019

     7 months ago +31

    And once you have chosen the right side, and walk in that path, all fear of death will leave you.

  • Ed B

    Ed B

     6 months ago +10

    My wife prepped when I married her in the 70's, didn't know why she would stockpile food all the time. I finally figured out why when we went to meet her dad for the 1st time and she took me down to their basement and I saw an entire room full of food cans, boxed, food they canned and a huge chest freezer. Her dad was a farmer and it was normal for them to always have a years worth of food in case of a famine.

  • Kristofer Bly

    Kristofer Bly

     7 months ago +46

    Accept death. We all live and will die- but very few die to live- in any situation, fight like hell to live.

  • James Smith

    James Smith

     7 months ago +61

    I was Opfor at Bragg from 79 to 81, you hit the nail on the head. Pray for the best, prepare for the worst, life is a journey, the path you walk is not only your own.

  • Jeff's comments

    Jeff's comments

     7 months ago +22

    I think the old saying, prepare for the worst and hope for the best may have been his point. The worst being you might die so prepare your soul first then take certain actions to lower the probabilities. Being in the military I've seen planes crash, burn up and people killed because of someone's actions or inactions and God did not jump in to save the day, besides the occasional miracle interventions/coincidental happenings. So I'm saying, I think it's highly important to come to the reality of exactly how God works and doesn't. The people sitting in the pews thinking they are going to get beamed up like "Star Trek" are going to be in big trouble if they are wrong.

  • Laurie St Lyon

    Laurie St Lyon

     7 months ago +622

    The hardest prep is the mental one! Lack of mental toughness is going to kill more would-be preppers than lack of kit!

  • John 3:16

    John 3:16

     6 months ago +10

    The most important prep is preparing for Eternity because we all have a set time and date we’re going to die and stand before the living God who Created us and He is Holy and if you dont know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord while you still have breath in your lungs cry out to The Lord Jesus turn from your Sins and put your faith and Trust in Him.
    Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life he who believes in me though he dies he shall live John 11:25

  • Showemright YTchannel

    Showemright YTchannel

     7 months ago +46

    When the SHTF, for many Americans The SHTF is a daily reality. Listen to a Homeless person speak sometimes, you will hear the sad truth, and be thankful for what you have while feeling sorrowful for whats been told to you. Theres homeless people in America who don't even live in shelters, you may find them underneath a bridge, abandoned houses, and buildings, they wash their clothes in streams and rivers etc, and these are the people who will tell you a whole lot about surviving, and many of these people have been living that way for years, just hear them out after an offering.

  • News & Views Today

    News & Views Today

     6 months ago +2

    You don't have 11,000 subs you have 27,000! mate. Congratulations my friend.