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After society collapses into varying forms of chaos, the initial period of ‘adjustment’ may result in loss of life never before seen. Our modern conveniences and our modern lifeblood of technologies break down to the extent of inability to provide for the masses who depend on them. SHTF Hypotheticals: – Many or most aren’t showing up for work – Manufacturing has slowed to a crawl or even stopped – Supply chains of distribution have been severely disrupted – Financial collapse as markets react – Shortages of everything – Skirmishes, violent reactions – Majority runs out of life sustaining food and clean water – Period of Die-off As the interim phase transpires and transitions from collapse and chaos to survival and rebuild, there will be uniques sets of sought after skills. These may fall under categories which include: – Health – Food – Water – Shelter – Energy – Security – Infrastructure There will be specific needs demanding specific skills. A few years ago I had put out a poll which asked MSB readers for their opinion. I recently looked at that resulting list again and have captured some of the more popular skill sets for your information: Listed in order of popularity 1. Sewing, Clothes Making, Cobbler One can sure start thinking about lots of additional skills for post SHTF survival. Other skills that would be especially advantageous or in demand during such a time?therein, it is about 168 km (104 mi) east of the islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and 400 km (250 mi) north-east of Trinidad and Tobago.Barbados is outside the principal Atlantic hurricane belt. Inhabited by Kalinago people since the 13th century, and prior to that by other Amerindians, Barbados was visited by Spanish navigators in the late 15th century and claimed for the Spanish Crown. The Portuguese visited the island in 1536, but they left it unclaimed, with their only remnants being an introduction of wild hogs for a good supply of meat whenever the island was visited.
In 1627, the first permanent settlers arrived from England, and it became an English and later British colony.As a wealthy sugar colony, it became an English centre of the African slave trade until that trade was outlawed in 1807, with final emancipation of slaves in Barbados occurring over a period of years from 1833.In 1966, Barbados became an independent state and Commonwealth realm with the British monarch (presently Queen Elizabeth II) as hereditary head of state. Despite being classified as an Atlantic island, Barbados is considered to be a part of the Caribbean, where it is ranked as a leading tourist destination.Forty percent of the tourists come from the UK, with the US and Canada making up the next large groups of visitors to the island.In 2016, Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index ranked Barbados sixth in the Americas after Canada, the United States, Uruguay, Chile and the Bahamas.
The name Barbados is either the Portuguese word Os Barbados or the Spanish equivalent Los Barbados, both meaning "the bearded ones".