November 19, 2014 at 8:03 am #29708
Welcome! Please introduce yourself? (Name, age, gender, location for example)
I am Vinaya, 40 years old guy from Slovakia, looking at the world becomming increasingly crazy, illogical and the worse stupid and naive.
Since when are you into survival and preparedness and what made you get into it?
I would say I am into survival from my childhood. We spent a lot of time out in the forests with my father, and he tought me some of the skills one needs. Sh1t really hits the fan from time to time. One can decide to die, or survive.
Why is survival and preparedness important or interesting for you? What scenario are you preparing for?
I live in Slovakia, in a small village and behind our borders there is a war in Ukraine – the real one in the east Ukrajine, and small ones, more like terrorising citizens, guided by neonazi idiots in many places there. I have some information about few incidents on our border already how armed bandits try to cross the our border and so on. I am actually prepping for war circumstances, electricity down, gas down, no food, water and human wilderness scenario.
How would you describe your prepping / survival philosophy? What matters for you?
To survive I myself must be well prepared, to be able to keep my family alive. Me and my son we are very good in close combat, and my whole family is shooting quite well. Yes, we have guns and ammo. If possible, I can help others, but not to put stupidly in danger anyone of us. Priorities are clear – survive and make strong backup first for my people, only than think about other things. Important is we need not only to survive, but be able to give a higher meaning to it. Once the sh1t will be over, one needs to be able to build the society again, with love, kindness and sharing. And those qualities need to be still alive.
Do you have some favorite quotes or words of wisdom you like?
Adapt or die.
You are dying and have 30 seconds left, what do you do or say?
I love you (my family), dont give up, it is my last wish. See you on the other side.November 19, 2014 at 9:20 am #29714
Hello and welcome.
Never be afraid to do the righteous thing, nothing righteous is ever easy.November 19, 2014 at 10:27 am #29718
Welcome Vinaya, hope things don’t go crazy bad where you are.November 19, 2014 at 12:52 pm #29726
Thanks, I will keep in touch.November 19, 2014 at 1:36 pm #29739
Welcome, pull up a chair and stay a while.November 19, 2014 at 2:23 pm #29744
Welcome. I hope the war in Ukraine doesn’t get any closer to you.November 19, 2014 at 2:27 pm #29745
Pleased to meet you ! And welcome : )November 19, 2014 at 5:55 pm #29767
Hi, Vinaya. I am so sorry to hear what you are going through. It’s sounds terrifying.
Are you considering leaving the area? Is that even an option?
I hate fascism too. I am really seeing the rise of fascism just about everywhere now. Very scary.November 19, 2014 at 8:38 pm #29783
Welcome vinaya. Good to see you here. When it can be safely done, I would like to hear more of what is happening in your neck of the woods. What I see here in the USA frrom the media (not our members) is unrecognizable in comparison to what those exposed are actually experiencing. Ron SNovember 19, 2014 at 8:39 pm #29784
Hello Vinaya, welcome here, and take care.November 20, 2014 at 2:51 am #29804
hey vinaya really nice to meet you god protect you and yours ill pray for u all if thats not offensive to uNovember 22, 2014 at 11:58 am #30021
Hello hillbilly chic, thanks it is sure no offence.November 22, 2014 at 12:29 pm #30023
Hello Ron S,
actually what you see in the media, is a bullsh1t. Unfortunately their owners structure clearly shows they cant be honest and right and they aren’t. From what we saw about that “maidan”, which was nothing more than a military putsch of extremists financed by the westr, like Victoria Nuland clearly confirmed, and what see today from media, is in total opposite of what is going on there in reality.
The situation is horrible there in Ukraine, but it is still modest to what is happening in Iraq of Syria, or Libya today. The people in east part of Ukraine are bombed there by so called their own army, which was paid by them through taxes before. Now, after the junta took over the power Kiev through military putsch, and as the first point they said they prohibit Russian language from official communication, and started with shouting “Ukraine to Ukrainians”, and “Clean nation” and so on, those guys in the east who are mostly Russian ethnics said they simply don’t accept it, and voted in democratic elections to have their own republics. That is why they are murdered by the fascists from Kiev today. Other things which are happening there I even don’t want to mention.
You hear from other parts of Ukraine that some of those fanatics are saying might be Poland or Slovakia should return to them their land and so on. The even named a Nazi criminal Stepan Bandera, responsible for torture and murdering more than 100 000 people, their national hero. Not joking. It is their hero now, even it is clearly proved he was a mass murder during the 2nd World War. Today they worship him. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnUdc2fD9pg
They blame Russia, for being in the east of Ukraine, so they cant murder all “moskal” as they call Russians in silence, to have finally their country “clean” as they say, and so on, but if they are asked to prove it with a simple prove, they say “we have the prove Russians are there, but we don’t show it to you, just believe us”. What a hypocrisy.
We just hope those idiots in the politics don’t follow the agenda of creating the war in Europe again, to keep the big pigs in power.
I just need to be ready that things go to hell, thats all.November 22, 2014 at 1:12 pm #30027
We became friends with an immigrant family of Ukranian Jews years ago when our daughter was in college with their daughter. The parents said they knew it was time to leave Ukraine when their oldest (our daughter’s friend) was her school’s top student and was supposed to be awarded some award, but the school officials told the parents that they couldn’t award it to her because what would people think if a Jew won. So Ukraine lost a hard working family and at least one of their brightest young people. I’ve always thought of Ukraine as backwards ever since.November 24, 2014 at 4:12 am #30236
I think it’s good for those of us here in the United States to get first hand accounts of the situations in other nations. Hopefully we can learn and better ourselves by learning about what is going on.
Be good, or be good at it.
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