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Family Survival: Extreme Conditions
"According to David Schmader, pit bulls can be defeated with a person’s bare hands. Here’s some ways how:
Bust Its Head, Break Its Knees, or Choke It
Is there something heavy you can grab? A rock, a brick, a boom box? If so, smash it against the dog's head until it
retreats or loses consciousness.
Or can you or someone else grab the attacking dog's legs? If so, yank them apart to break the dog's knees.
If that's not possible, choke it. Don't straddle the dog, but get into a position with the bony part of your forearm against
its throat and put pressure on the windpipe "for at least 30 seconds until the dog is unconscious and has stopped
struggling," says self-defense specialist Charles Prosper.
Gouge Its Eyes Out
Is choking not in the cards? Do you have something to wrap around your arm? Say, a jacket? If so, wrap it around your
nondominant arm and let the dog bite it. Then fall on top of the f***er and dig your fingers into its eyes. Don't stop until
the dog's a whimpering mass of blindness, then get yourself to safety."
In these perilous times, white families especially have no protection
against anything, albeit natural disasters or man-made hell. Family
Survival: Extreme Conditions is a survival e-book that addresses
family survival in both extreme and common catastrophes. Although
Family Survival: Extreme Conditions is not comprehensive in scope, it
covers an amazing amount of survival information assembled by experts.
Family Survival: Extreme Conditions is also uniquely oriented towards
family survival in adverse conditions and assumes that no government
agency will be willing to help. There is instruction ranging from how to
fight wild dogs and wolves, to driving in blizzard conditions. If you want to
have a survival guide that covers many contingencies which other
survival books overlook, and one that also emphasizes family survival
then, Family Survival: Extreme Conditions is the e-book for you.
How-To Life-Saving Contingencies
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