No matter where you
live, be it in
the suburbs, inner city or rural
area, you have neighbors. Beyond your own preparedness,
the most important thing you
can do is to organize your neighborhood for the coming economic collapse of the
Why is organizing your neighborhood so vital to
surviving economic collapse? Look at it this way. Your neighbors are your friends now. The last
thing you want is for them to turn on you for what you may have that they do not have in an
emergency. Yes, it will come to that for
many, but it doesn't have to be that way where you live.
Selfish motives aside, there is a larger
humanitarian issue at stake here. We all have an obligation to help
as many people as we can while there is
still a working economy. Why else do you suppose so much time and energy been spent on making
this website available to you?
I wish our way of life and good times would go on
as we have always known them. The stark reality is life will change the way we know it in a
total economic collapse. The problem is few people have their heads out of the sand to see
the danger. They are unaware. They do not know what you know if you have watched our many
videos and read our articles. Just as this website now speaks to you, you must speak to your
neighbors. You must wake them up from their slumber so they can act.
How to Get
First off, if you have neighbors who believe as
you that the dollar will eventually collapse, get together with them and form a neighborhood
action committee. Be the passion that drives this effort. Work with the people you have to
get started and spread out from there.
Set a date to hold a neighborhood wide meeting,
write up a letter that tells of the meeting and see that every family unit in your
neighborhood gets a copy. Send a copy as a news release to your local
The First Meeting
Whoever is designated to head up this meeting
should present the purpose of the meeting and share the beliefs of the Action Committee
regarding the coming collapse. You may want to hold this meeting in conjunction with a
potluck dinner. In addition:
An information sheet
describing the purpose of this organizational meeting, and sign up form should be
handed out. The sign up form is for membership to your
A neighborhood wide
and family wide action plan should be presented and
Set a date for a
The first meeting will generate many private
discussions among neighbors. Some will look down on the effort and some will gladly want to
join your group. That's why you want to use sign-up sheets, so you know who you can rely on
down the road.
Use this follow-up meeting and monthly meetings to help neighbors get their act
together. They want to know what to do. So providing them with simple "how-to" information should
be the goal.
The Web is full of content, including this
website. Feel free to print any of our articles for distribution. Share the videos found on
this website at meetings. Here are the specific areas your neighborhood group should focus
- Food &
Each family will have different circumstances which will dictate how much they
can do. That's okay. What needs to be stressed is to start doing what can be done by way of
preparation. The whole point is to take advantage of the time we have now to prepare. How much we
prepare is left up to each family.
Having a way to communicate with your group
members is essential during any emergency. This could be a simple telephone tree, email
messaging, or simply walking to a neighbor to give them whatever needs to be shared. Having
this communication pipeline in place is vital in an emergency. Do not take this
Most of us do not think about all the things that
could happen in an emergency. In the case of an all-out economy and dollar collapse, those
who have joined forces will be stronger than those who are going it alone. There is strength
By organizing a community group that helps as
many people prepare as possible, you are helping to keep law and order where otherwise it
Making it Through Hard Times:
The Survivor's Guide To Living in Post Dollar Collapsed America includes all the information and resources needed to organize
your neighbors to work together. It includes downloadable forms and handouts you can use to
get your neighborhood organized and ready.
Called Neighbor Keeper, the program encourages, citizen patrols,
education, food and water storage, helping one another, and staying connected, organized and
informed. Neighbor Keeper is vital to everyone's security living in close quarters.
Here to order the guide.