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What is this really about??DenverREADY gives free Bug Out Bags away as part of National Preparedness Month (kdvr.com)

An event being held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday aims to get people ready to respond to emergencies as part of National Preparedness month.

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paul
paul
21 days ago

Well, everyone should have a bugout bag, should they be forced out of their homes, or should disaster strike while away from home. Have a bag in your home and a bag in your car, each with food, water, water purification, first aid kit, extra ammunition, poncho, paracord, saw, knife, map, compass, and other survival supplies. I’m guessing that DenverREADY is not a government organization because government wants us dead, so this doesn’t really make sense for them to do. However, it could be that if it is a government outfit, they may have electronics in them to spy on you or give away your location.

My advice if you take one: Go through it and remove anything that looks vaguely electronic.

Simon Dennis
Simon Dennis
21 days ago
Reply to  paul

Even more bizzarre is that the pack is light of any legitimate safety essentials and would be bordering on meaningless within a days use!!

paul
paul
21 days ago
Reply to  Simon Dennis

Disappointing, but now seeing as it IS a government program, not surprising.

lovelight74
lovelight74
21 days ago

Little known fact, one of the most dangerous, biohazard labs in the United States is located around the Loveland, CO area- Denver metro & surrounding areas are located ‘down wind’ from the lab. We had emergency response training in case there was a breach at the lab. I left Colorado over a decade ago..

Rosey
Rosey
21 days ago

Preparedness. Harm. Safety. Sustainable.

Rosey
Rosey
21 days ago

In the UK – can’t see the link.