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Surviving Martial Law: When Things Get Out of Hand, “40 Days and 40 Nights” will Guide the Way

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Surviving martial Surviving Martial Law: When Things Get Out of Hand, “40 Days and 40 Nights” will Guide the Waylaw may become a realistic concern, as political and economic controversies become increasingly violent and tense. It’s a disaster that can be just as devastating as any hurricane or tornado. What’s worse, a situation calling for martial law means citizens are causing the destruction themselves, with blatant disregard for societal safety.

To help people prepare for such scenarios, Absolute Rights is offering an exclusive members-only training course entitled “40 Days and 40 Nights.” It’s the type of survival guide that can be applied to any number of disasters, and it informs people of all the necessary preparations they need to take to keep themselves and their families out of harm’s way.

Some may scoff at the possibility of martial law, but it is in fact a true reality. For the past three months, students in Montreal, Quebec have been fighting tuition hikes so forcefully that the local government has imposed several restrictions on the right to protest. This has led to riot squads beating and teargasing people indiscriminately, pepper-spraying bystanders, and arresting record numbers of Canadians, as reported in the UK’s Guardian.

“Under a draconian law passed by the Quebec government on Friday,” said the article, “[the protestor’s] very meeting could be considered a criminal act. Law 78 – unprecedented in recent Canadian history – is the latest, most desperate maneuver of a provincial government that is afraid it has lost control over a conflict that began as a student strike against tuition hikes but has since spread into a protest movement with wide-ranging social and environmental demands.”

It’s real, it’s dangerous, and it’s happening to our northern neighbors. Martial law could happen for a variety of reasons, and with the current state of U.S. political concerns, there’s no denial that the situation can’t be too far away from what’s happening in Quebec. Emergency preparedness planning needs to be done to address these real threats, whether people believe they’re going to occur or not.

Thankfully, “40 Days and 40 Nights” will provide people with the steps they can take to fend for themselves and become fully self-reliant should basic comforts like food, clean water, or electricity supplies be interrupted. The six separate training modules, all located on the members-only “40 Days and 40 Nights” webpage, are each devoted to a different survival skill to keep people as ready as they can be.

The training course also shares valuable psychological survival techniques, because having a clear mind is just as important as having a supply of food, a camping knife, or a power generator. “40 Days and 40 Nights” gives members the three tips to psychological survival, as well as the ability to focus on what they can control, and stop worrying about what they can’t.

Absolute Rights is always looking out for personal safety and well-being, which makes “40 Days and 40 Nights” a sort of capstone program that gathers as many survival techniques as possible and delivers them in one convenient place. If surviving martial law is something that raises concern, then “40 Days and 40 Nights” will provide all the information to get through it. To learn more about the course, please visit http://www.40daysofsurvival.com/.

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  • Brenton Newkirk says:

    I think it's scary how many people are totally apathetic about martial law and wirte it off as a "conspiracy theory"... Don't think the US could ever be under martial law? Just look around: our constitutional rights are gradually being taken away. Slowly at first, but ever increasing. It started with the Patriot Act. It continued with NDAA and indefinite detention - even of person's who are acquitted of their crimes. Under NDAA "terrorist sympathizers" are allowed to be indefinitely detained and tortured by our military in these FEMA camps. But what is a terrorist sympathizer? The term is very loosely defined and can include anyone who openly speaks out against the government. Obama also recently passed legislature that you can be charged with a felony for exercising your 1st amendment right to peacefully gather (protest). Now, the 6th amendment is gone, and the 1st amendment is almost gone. Still don't believe that martial law could ever happen here? Look at http://www.martiallawusa.com and see the proof for yourself. You can't ignore it forever.


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