Your Untold Enemies? | SHTF Preparedness



After SHTF, you will have a new enemy.

One that has been watching you for years.

One that knows almost everything you have in your home, even though he has never been inside it…

Can you guess who it is?

Read on to find out..

One of the tenets of long-term preparedness is something we refer to as Operational Security, or OPSEC. The goal is to build our stockpiles, strategies and friendships without the knowledge of the general public, or in many cases, even our neighbors or acquaintances.


Because when it hits the fan, and there’s no food in grocery stores and violence erupts all around us, we’ll have the supplies to survive and the defensive initiative to protect what’s ours.

The last thing we want is for those who failed to heed the warnings, to come knocking on our doors looking for handouts or a place to weather the storm.

The fact is, our supplies are limited, so operating on the down-low is an important strategy to ensure our safety in the midst of disaster.

But taking the time and effort to plan effectively is not the only strategy being implemented by those who expect the worst.

There are those out there who have a different idea of how they’ll acquire necessary supplies should the system as we know it destabilize.

And that plan is to come for what you own.

Southern Prepper explains how your operational security may have already been compromised, and shares a story from one “prepper” who is planning on taking advantage of those who had the foresight to ready themselves.

He’s ex-military. He said his plan is to hit preppers.

“He doesn’t have enough money right now to prep himself, so he’s going to go around and hit preppers….So be careful.”

Watch the Video Below:


In a previous SHTF security video posted on, it was noted that you are a high value target in a post-collapse world.

Beware, because this work of fiction may soon become our reality….

Watch: Monsters Of Anarchy: We take what we want by force of arms.


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  1. RO

    September 9, 2013 at 11:14 AM

    What about the mailman?

  2. Debbie

    September 9, 2013 at 12:14 PM

    This IS scary! There are those who know I prep, maybe too many. Now to undo the ‘damage’.

  3. James McDonald

    September 9, 2013 at 12:22 PM

    I always rip up the boxes that anything comes in, everything is ripped up as nothing is out for anyone to read or see. I put the pieces into the garbage bags and dump old food or whatever to keep people from sticking their hands into the bags. I recycle all metal and cardboard as its cash in hand, this helps to buy items to “camp at home”. I included my uncle and aunt and adult daughter(who knows how to shoot!) when we had the three hurricanes within the six week period. There was enough of us to have two people have 4 hour watches overnight. A group of people came wandering through where we were at and I had everyone have a gun in their hand and answered the door, their eyes went wandering around and saw at least 16 to 22 people armed! They asked for a non-existence street and quickly left. We heard that about two days later they had broke into a home and beat up the couple there and took anything to eat or use! Being ready for these types is so very important!! The people after three days of the Gov not showing up is when most head downhill! Be ready!!! Some of us already know there are people just waiting for something to happen and take advantage of it!!

  4. Sam

    September 9, 2013 at 5:04 PM

    Boxes are kept, I reuse them. Packing slips, after checked off, are shredded. Anything else is tossed into businesses dumpsters, these are unlocked.

    • denny

      September 11, 2013 at 9:13 AM

      This is why we put a lock on our business dumpster. Don’t make others a target.

  5. Realist

    September 9, 2013 at 11:12 PM

    All of our garbage is picked up by trucks with lifts. The driver never gets out or see what is in the trash can. The person who I worry about the most would be the postman.

  6. Rabelrouser

    September 10, 2013 at 7:25 AM

    Very rarely do I have supplies shipped, so there is not a steady stream to my address. Then also, I will utilize “mail drops of others I know, who for a few extra bucks will allow a package to be delivered to them. This is also part of setting up an intel network, by a barter system in advance.

  7. Patientlywaiting

    September 11, 2013 at 3:22 PM

    My comment is this. If you want to try and rob me, please bring AR’s and 5.56 ammo. I’ll thank you later.

  8. Richard Moss

    September 15, 2013 at 5:36 PM

    Survival is the best revenge but if it comes down to it, Better to go down with the taste of your own blood in your mouth, taking a few scum with you and NOT cringing in Captivity!!!

  9. Tammy

    October 4, 2013 at 3:23 PM

    All items are mailed to a P.O. Box. Nothing comes to my house. The postman is the only one that sees. My family tells people I prep. I have warned them of the danger in tell others.

  10. Ferdo

    November 4, 2013 at 4:47 PM

    Everyone forgets about role camo. If you are walking around in camo with your black rifle and 4 wheel drive with a trailer with the same size tires you are advertising .

    Leave the ar’s alone and concentrate on role camo…

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