A few weeks ago, I reported on a number of so-called prepper sites that were little more than ad farms. Since that time, I’ve been perusing other websites, and I’m sorry to say well over 90 percent of sites that declare themselves prepper-oriented are nothing but advertising cash cows for their owners. As a result, I’ve decided each week I’m going to highlight a self-sufficiency site that actually preaches what it practices.
Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a hard-boiled capitalist and I understand that putting all that effort into a site that can truly be of assistance to preppers deserves some reward. I am not opposed to advertising. What I am opposed to are websites with featured articles like “Six adaptogenic herbs to release stress in the wilderness” or “Angling, a lost art for survival and the soul.” I have no grief with articles like these,This post was originally published on this site