Ted Mische joins Kim to explain how to survive a severe economic depression and other types of great upheaval. According to Mische, there are four basics for survival: food, water, shelter, and community. Shelter is the issue of least concern. Water is potentially the most important if a secure source needs to be secured. Critical medication and non-perishable foodstuffs should be stockpiled if possible. The lessons Mische imparts were learned from his mother, the daughter of a WWII resistance leader sentenced to the Russian front who was left on her own to fend for survival. Listen to the full interview in the second hour.
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