Surviving through a Financial Collapse
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
This week, Sam Coffman interviews Fernando Ferfal Aguirre, author of the highly acclaimed book, “Surviving the Economic Collapse.” Fernando lives in Buenos Aires and survived with his family through the sever financial collapse in Argentina near the turn of the millennia. During that time, citizens’ access to their own money in banks was severely limited – reaching as low as $200 per week allowed in bank account withdrawals – and the infrastructure of the country collapsed in many areas as well. Security was a huge concern as theft and looting skyrocketed.
Meanwhile, banks still expected their payments for loans and people still had to try to work or find work that would support them and their family enough to get through the crisis. Fernando shares his experiences with this period and how he and his neighbors got through the security and financial crises that loomed in front of them on a daily basis for over a full year.
This kind of historical information helps the prepper consider breakdowns that aren’t complete, but are severe enough to cause massive changes in the daily lives of everyone involved in an economic collapse. Join Sam and Fernando as they discuss these experiences as well as what can be done to prepare for partial or complete financial collapse in our own country.
About: The Human Path!
Sam Coffman talks about the skills and philosophy behind disaster preparedness and prepping for SHTF situations. He brings to light his many experiences as a former Green Beret as well as his observations after more than two decades of teaching people how to survive not only through skills, but through putting them into stressful situations that are both scenarios at his survival school as well as real-life situations in remote areas of the world.
He interviews other experts and discusses by himself, a myriad of topics and skills to include tactics, primitive skills, urban survival and prepping, blacksmithing and knifemaking, guns and self-defense, plant medicine (herbalism), wilderness medicine and first aid, tracking and naturalist studies, sustainable agriculture, aquaponics, alternate power, communications and amateur radio and much more. Tune in every Wednesday to listen and learn.
Sam’s survival school is called The Human Path and can be found online here: http://www.thehumanpath.com