Written by Selco, a Yugoslavian Civil War survivor, this account describes what many people may experience during and after Civil War II. Psychological preparation for the inevitable is a crucial aspect of being a balkanization prepper. This is one of the aspects we stress in The ShieldWall Network.
“After maybe 6 months of horrible violence in the city, and life without enough food, water, electricity… after months of shelling, shooting, screaming and crying and simply after months of collecting wood for fire, plugging holes in my (what’s left of) roof, I “stumbled” upon on piece of normal life.
Through some contacts of mine, I managed to meet some guys from some kind of international force.
I need to mention here, in the war time there were all kind of strangers in the city, going in and out, through smugglers routes or with rare international convoys.
Some of them were UN…
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