Rhodesian Selous Scouts crossing a riverWrapping up the topic of African farmers and how they tried to survived persecution and constant attacks, here’s the link to a book called “The Farmer at War”.
You may have read it but it’s worth checking out just in case. If you haven’t seen this before make sure you read it. Its excellent information based on the true accounts of what these people went through. Even though ultimately farmers were for the most part kicked out and replaced with people aligned to the ruling government, there are still lots of lessons to be learned.
Keep in mind though, the implicit and maybe most important lesson to be learned about surviving on your own when surrounded by enemies is the long list of victims at the end of the book. The wise man will know when a situation is hopeless and will have plans to bug out if or when needed.
On another topic, the floods in central and south Texas continue. Most of the fatal victims have died because they were either caught by the fast raising water or they drove into flooded roads. Don’t be a cowboy out there! Off-road truck or not, if you see a flooded road you turn around!
Fernando “FerFAL” Aguirre is the author of “The Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse” and “Bugging Out and Relocating: When Staying is not an Option”.