posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 03:58 PM
First, you should plan for all emergencies, not just things conspiracy related (natural disasters and such).
Personally, I think, if you live in a residential area and you live paycheck to paycheck like I do, store up a week's worth of food and water, and
always have an extra big pack of toilet paper. For certain natural disasters, it'd be best to bug in. For others, you should bug out. You should use
your best judgements on which disasters call for bugging in and which ones call for running off, and establish which points of your home are safest
during a tornado, flood, ect.
For a power outage--a big one, like EMP or solar flare--make sure you can survive in your house/apt for as long as possible. If your living situation
gets unbearable or if you run out of food and water, you should have a predetermined bug-out location, like for any emergency.
If you live in a residential area and the authorities are going door to door, that would be the time to bug out asap... depending on why they're
going door to door. If they're taking people, then run as fast as you can and don't look back. For everyone you know who is prepping, set up a
meeting place for whoever you want to travel/hide with. The meeting place could be some random store on the outskirts of town, or it could be your bug
out destination... whatever works better.