When There is No FEMA
‘When There is No FEMA’
is written as a non-fiction survivalist preparation and reference book intended to help the reader think clearly about preparedness to make their own decisions with their individual resource, experience and time constraints.
The book strives to provide deep, detailed information needed by those seriously interested in surviving social breakdown at not only for individuals and small groups, but for entire communities as well..
These practical researched facts and tested techniques are intermixed with brief first hand and historical anecdotes which contribute to both the readability and memorability which makes ‘When There Is No FEMA’
both an easy cover-to-cover read, as well as a must-have resource for everyone serious about disaster preparedness..
Learn the ins and outs of creating a self sustainable survival operation through hunting, farming and community building.
Prepare to defend yourself, your family and your community with effective tactics, communication and planning.
Prep smarter with a logical approach to stocking up on the right things, in the right way to avoid wasted time, space, and money.
Gain understanding in the threats from poor sanitation in addition to the infrastructure and practices needed to maintain a healthy environment.
About this Web Site
NoFEMA.com was created in support of the book ‘When There is No FEMA’
. Initially it was intended to provide prospective readers with a good introduction to the book and to direct them to the eCommerce site where they could purchase it for themselves.
With the passage of time, the charter of NoFEMA.com has expanded to better connect the author with the reader, and to provide those interested in becoming better prepared with access to information and preparedness-related products and services that the author has personally reviewed and endorsed.
It is our hope that NoFEMA.com fully accomplishes its purpose in allowing those interested in disaster preparedness to make best use of their resources as they become as prepared as possible as quickly as possible.
John Wesley Smith at DestinySurvival recently wrote a 2 part survival book review of “When There is No FEMA” to accompany the 2 part interview on his radio show. I was very impressed with the level of professionalism with which he conducted the interview and the attention to detail with...
Check out my interview with one of my favorite Youtube personalties DEMCAD. I thought this interview turned out really well, and we were able to cover a great range of topics over the course of the 20 minute conversation. Thanks DEMCAD for the amazing opportunity to share my survival book...
Let us hope that none of us ever comes under armed attack. However, given our knowledge of human history and the images we regularly see televised from other parts of the world, it is prudent to contemplate the use of force of arms to defend oneself, one’s family and one’s...
In discussions of disaster preparedness there are always those skeptics who make the excuse for not preparing that “it is impossible to be prepared for every type of disaster” or “they can’t put away enough provisions to last through any extended disaster”. The fallacy to these arguments is that, while...
There are countless critical tasks that must be performed to harden a small town or community for survival in the wake of disaster – far too many to cover in a simple blog posting. However, there are some major tasks – some non-obvious – that I believe to be absolutely...
In my early prepping years I, like many preppers still today, subscribed to the ‘cabin-in-the-woods-as-bugout-destination’ vision, and I have the mondo-mega survival knife to prove it (I do still love my Becker BK7 survival knife, although lately I’ve come to favor the lighter and time-tested K-Bar Marine combat knife). Somewhere...
Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) is a large, very-short-duration, release of electromagnetic energy into the atmosphere. Most often these pulses are associated with the high-altitude detonation of nuclear weapons. As these waves of energy pass across electrical conductors, such as the wires that make up the national power grid, or even the...
With recent media-hyped disease outbreaks that never became full blown pandemics one is tempted to ask if, in the modern world, there is really any risk of a major, life-threatening disease sweeping across the face of the globe. The answer, according to leading researchers in the area of infectious disease,...
It’s seldom mentioned, but in a highly inflationary environment gold and silver can be the debtor’s best friend (subject to a word of caution below). Consider the case of someone who buys four ounces of gold at today’s price of roughly $1300 per ounce and which, during a time of...
The high value of gold can sometimes make it less desirable than silver as a form of post-disaster currency (imagine having only $1000 bills in your billfold, and being unable to make basic purchases because so few sellers can make change). The great value that gold packs into a small...
For centuries, before the discovery of antibiotics, silver was used for its antimicrobial properties. Often silver was used to line containers for liquids such as water and milk in order to kill germs, thereby extending the shelf life of their contents. The westward-bound pioneers in the US were known to...
Soap is one of the most important items on the prepper’s must-have list. We all know that being able to wash our bodies is important for preventing disease, but most of us don’t know exactly how soap works its anti-microbial magic. One may wonder, for example, how it is that...