Monday, May 13, 2019

Sweden tells its Citizens to stock up Cash

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Cash is indeed King

Sweden's Civil Contingencies Agency is telling residents to stockpile 'cash in small denominations'.

The concern is that in a society that is steadily going cashless, a cyber attack would leave Swedes vulnerable, unable to buy basic supplies or get by during a period of time until things gets sorted out.
It does make perfect senses and this concern Sweden authorities have is one of the reason why a cash stash has been recommended here time and again over the years. In a society were a growing number of people aren’t using cash at all, it is understandable to make such warnings and its worth repeating yet again: Cash is king and make sure to always have some at hand. Start with a small fund and try to build up to a month worth of expenses.

Remember to get a proper safe for your valuables, not just cash but jewellery, precious metals and important documents. A small safe like this Digital Safe goes for under 40 bucks. At the very least, get one like this if you dont have a safe already.

Better yet, get a proper Gun Cabinet Safe so as to keep your firearms in as well. These wont break the bank and will make the difference if someone breaks into your place.
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”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Ferfal, good advice and sounds a lot like what you advise here!
Your guidelines are even better, and just purchased two firearms, semi auto 9mm, after being a person that was antigun! Taking other measures and looking forward to your new book you are writing. Don't like where we are heading, and best be prepared