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IMAGINE9: 2011 Lets Recruit Military Trained Personal (Survival skills)

You have heard people say "Survival of the Fittest" or it's the "Law of the Jungle" but have you ever thought about what these sayings mean?

In today's society, most people seem to be happy just watching competitions on television where people compete against each other in the wilderness. The truth is that these reality survival shows unfortunately, only show the contestants backstabbing each other in an endless quest for money, rather than actual survival skills.
In our modern world many people believe that we will never have to truly struggle to survive because of all the technology that we have today. However this is not true. We have been put into a false state of security. No one believes that a struggle will happen "to them."

Honestly, can you remember a time that you prepared dinner without the use of a microwave? Or even the last time you spent time with your family?

If you still believe that you will be safe for the rest of your life, you must change your thinking. There is proof all around you, just look at the horrific disasters, both natural and unnatural that have occurred in the past ten years.

Think back to when the 2004 tsunami that hit Thailand caused massive devastation and loss. Or even think back to how Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans and left millions of people without the essential means of survival such as food, fresh water, and shelter. If you were there would you have survived? Could you save yourself and family in a situation such as these? Should we really learn the skills necessary to find fresh drinking water, or build a fire without matches when all we have to do is walk into a kitchen?

The answer is YES: a disaster can happen any place, at any time and can cause havoc among people who do not expect and plan for it. These disasters can knock out electricity and other amenities that we take for granted. We must prepare ourselves for these worst case scenarios and make sure we survive.

Experts say that we are due for a natural disaster, and that we are at a very high risk for a worldwide disease epidemic. They estimate this would be something similar to the Spanish flu that destroyed populations across the world in the early 20th century. It is completely possible and even somewhat likely that a wide reaching disease could devastate a community and infect everywhere ranging from hospitals, to police departments, to schools. If this were to happen we could not depend on others to help us. We would need to survive on our own ad fend for ourselves.

So its 2011 and a huge flu pandemic has just hit and it's my job to assemble a team of people online that can do something to help the people in the flu pandemic. I have assembled a team of military trained personal to go online and teach people survival skills, such as, making a fire without matches, purifying water naturally, what plants are edible, how to make a stable shelter, what foods are the most sustainable. If a disaster strikes my team will be ready to make you safe, sustainable and lead you to taking the correct precautions.

Survival Skills are essential in facing natural disasters and pandemics

I'v got my survival guide book so go out and get yours!


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Comment by Sarah O.Connor Panamericana on May 8, 2010 at 7:31pm
Now I can see why Panamericana likes you kid,
Oustanding job Agent Falconer!
I hereby invite you into delta-team.ning.com
Comment by Reid Falconer on May 8, 2010 at 7:48pm
Thanks so much, The Delta Team looks awesome, read so much about it! Im proud to be a member!
Thanks
Agent Falconer

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