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Where Did The Good Old Days Go??
We officially live in crazy times - and it seems that things are only going to get even more crazy...
The world was recently on high nuclear alert, organized crime and scams are rampant, empty shelves have become normal and home invasions are happening in broad daylight...
What happened to the good and simple life we used to know?
When I was a kid, my Dad didn't even lock the front door - day or night. We thought nothing of it!
We had no idea how fortunate we were to live in such tranquil times.
The good old days are officially over...
It's plain for all to see that there's been a massive trend in recent years towards disrespect for the rule of law. Crimes are happening that were unthinkable back in the day.
There are also new home security risks that never used to exist:
ANYONE can start researching you online and potentially learn where you live, how much money you have, when you will be away from home and where your vulnerabilities are!
And they have new, more powerful break-in tools now too.
You could be being targeted and have NO idea what's about to happen until BAM your door comes flying off, and in they come with machetes...
But you can stop them IN THEIR TRACKS - if you know how.
One of your most VITAL priorities is to make your home as secure as it can possibly be for you and your family. Do NOT leave this to chance - seriously! It's an absolute MUST to keep the bad guys out and seriously put them off even thinking about trying to take what's not theirs to take - or worse, trying to harm you or your loved ones.
I want my friends and readers to stay safe. So I created an amazing new 145-page book on home security:
I have poured in EVERYTHING I have learned over many years of survival and preparedness training and being a "security obsessed homeowner" in more than one country, in both urban and countryside environments. It's potentially life-saving information and I don't think there's anything else like it. You already know my work - and I think this is the BEST survival tutorial I have ever written:
"Ten Layers Of Home Defense??" Nope, not enough!
Preppers and security experts talk about "The ten layers of home defense" and while much of this information (i.e. Canadian Prepper) is very good, I don't think it goes anywhere near far enough and is now somewhat outdated.
My system is far more comprehensive and has 25 well-thought-out layers, plus additional strategies for times of siege and warfare!
Each of these 25 layers has its own chapter in the book - with tons of useful security tips and knowledge! Check out the list:
You can see that this book goes DEEP! But it's very well organized and clear. There are ideas here that you won't see in other security guides and that's good because that's the stuff that can give you a real edge.
They won't be expecting this...
I've included both conventional and unconventional tactics, high tech and low tech equipment, high budget and low budget solutions! I've linked to the best security equipment I could find (at all price points) and linked to numerous videos where locks, windows and doors are tested to the limit so you can really see what works!
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You know me as the "anonymous" owner of two websites on survivalism – Off Grid and My Family Survival Plan.
I'm a "high IQ person" and unconventional out-of-the-box thinker who has studied security in depth (among many other topics).
I've also studied medieval defense techniques and I run a website on castles; these ancient buildings, interestingly, had many security systems and defensive strategies that we can still learn a great deal from in the 21st century!
When I was a kid, I was a top-flight academic scholar - and was entered in a National mathematics competition at the age of 14. I ended up settling on being an independent professional researcher / author and have been creating tutorial websites for nearly 20 years.
I've also had a very unusual and adventurous life that has taught me a great deal...
I've experienced some notoriously sketchy locations over the years: Oakland and Richmond (California), Brixton (London) back in the day (including getting robbed at 4am on a back street in the 90's - that was hairy!), St. Pauls (Bristol, UK), Tenderloin & Lower Haight (San Francisco - I was once standing less than 20 yards away from a fatal shooting in the Tenderloin), Downtown LA, Detroit and Chicago... and once taking what I thought was a short cut (big mistake) that resulted in accidentally getting lost in the deep redwood forests of Humboldt County - where the street signs have bullet holes in them, the weed growers are paranoid and driving down the wrong dirt road could get you into big trouble.
I've also had the misfortune to have to deal with stalkers of the dangerous type on more than one occasion (Real ones. Those situations pushed me to get very serious about home defense - I had no choice!)
Also in my 20's I was once held up in a very bizarre incident that "came out of nowhere" on a calm summer day - by a deranged man I had never seen before in my life, who was wielding a 4x2 and was convinced that I had robbed him (I of course hadn't).
That crazy, surreal incident sure was a lesson in keeping a cool head... but it also taught me that truly anything can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time.
Please remember that.
Anything can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time!
Protect your home and don't let it happen to you:
Cybercrime And Real Life Crime Are Interconnected:
This is really important to understand: Many people don't realize that attacks on your home now often start with online research.
You would be amazed at what people can learn about you from information you post willingly! Some Londoners have now completely deleted their Instagram accounts because of VERY REAL safety concerns - that's how bad it has gotten!
You are at risk. And you could be being targeted without even knowing.
My book covers important steps to take and new habits to adopt that will make it much more difficult for anyone to start digging up your info online.
Get this taken care of asap!
Protect Your Home And Your Loved Ones Now!
Health, wealth, relationships and security are, generally speaking, our most pressing concerns in life. They are the foundations on which a happy life is built. If you have all of those things, you're in good shape.
I hope you will find much here that will level up your "security mindset", skills, equipment and help you stay safe. Let's go!
1) This hasp is super thin, NOT hardened, and could EASILY be snipped open with a pocket-sized hand held mini bolt cutter in about two seconds (or a $6 junior hacksaw in under a minute!) SOLUTION: Upgrade to a double-thickness hardened hasp such as this one.
2) Latch is held on with basic screws - could be taken off silently in a few seconds with a Philips screwdriver. MEGA fail! SOLUTION: Use stainless steel carriage bolts like these ones (dome top) on the outside, double locking nuts on the inside, ideally with a steel plate on the inside to make drilling more challenging - or fit a heavy duty hardened hasp such as this one which covers the bolts when closed.
3) This padlock is old, cheap and is "open shackle" - which permits easy insertion of a steel rod, bear claw or crowbar. One good lever with one of the above and it's off. It could also probably be popped with a hammer and cold chisel in one good strike. Completely useless. SOLUTION: A heavy duty, top quality closed shackle padlock such as this one with make it much, much harder to break in.
4) Latch is held on with a basic nut on the outside - ridiculously easy to undo! SOLUTION: Put the bolt the correct way round so that the nut is on the inside!! (and use a domed top coach bolt or covered hasp, as above).
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