The Oath Keepers of Yavapai County and the Yavapai County Preparedness Team warn of coming civil disorders.
Regardless of how the presidential election is settled, Jim Arroyo argues that the violent protests and looting we have seen this year in major American cities are likely to continue or even spread. This creates a risk to average citizens of social and economic breakdown, supply disruptions and man made emergencies beyond what law enforcement and the military will be able to control. Personal safety, food security and medical care are now at risk in ways Americans have never before experienced. It is imperative that we take common sense steps to prepare ourselves and our families for these contingencies.
Mr. Arroyo discusses the measures we can take now to provide for our self defense, prepare for shortages of food and medicine, and maintain emergency communications with short wave radios. In Part 2, Arroyo discusses how to prepare neighborhoods and communities for the civil war.
Through this series of video presentations hosted by Prescott eNews and twice monthly meetings open to the public, the Oath Keepers of Yavapai County and the Yavapai County Preparedness Team provide free training on emergency preparedness.