“Brussels mobile networks are getting saturated,” Alexander De Croo, Belgium’s minister for development cooperation, digital agenda and telecommunications, said on Twitter. “Please contact through data messages: Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter. Avoid calls.”

This is the reason we tell people to not only have an appropriate evacuation plan, but to also take their emergency communication planning just as serious. Emergency Communication is one of the least talked about parts of preparedness, but it’s probably one of the most important pieces of the preparedness puzzle. It’s something that you can’t afford to overlook.

You need to protect yourself because your government CANNOT.

These attacks have yet again highlighted how useless our government agencies have become because of political correctness. Make no mistake, the threat is real and the threat is ISLAMIC TERRORISM.

The threat of radical Islamic terrorism is one of the greatest threats we face as a nation, specifically because the people running this country refuse to admit it or do anything to stop it. This is exactly why I wrote my book, The Ultimate Situational Survival Guide: Self-Reliance Strategies for a Dangerous World, to help people prepare for this threat.

These attacks in Brussels can happen anywhere, and you need to be prepared for them.

Prepare for Martial Law: Should we be hit by a large-scale attack like what happened in Brussels you need to be prepared for the aftermath. In all likelihood some form of martial law will be declared, just like we see happening in Brussels.

  • Curfews and travel restrictions will be put in place.
  • City, State and National borders could be sealed.
  • Constitutional freedoms will likely be suspended, especially your 2nd and 4th amendment rights.