Mississippi Preparedness Project Learning Center

Preparedness, Survival, Networking, Team Work = Security, Focus and Learning

 

The Five Pillars

The Five Pillars of the Mississippi Preparedness Project is the basis of what we do, they are non-inclusive and have extensive sub categories and applications:

1. Communication
2. Water
3. Food
4. Medical
5. Security

 

The Mississippi Preparedness Project promotes awareness of preparing for all disasters whether it be man made or natural

We Moderate the 9-12 We Surround them -Preparedness Group

The Mississippi Preparedness Project Coordinates the National level 9-12 Project We Surround them - Preparedness Group.

Come join us at the 912 Project and join the Preparedness Group

 

Click here to go there and join now!

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Principles and 12 Values

 

The 9 Principles

1. America Is Good
2. I believe in God and He is the center of my life
3. I must always try to be a more honest person than I was yesterday
4. The Family is sacred.  My spouse and I are the ultimate authority, NOT the government
5. If you break the law, you pay the penalty.  Justice is blind and no one is above it.
6. I have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but there is no guarantee of equal results.
7. I work hard for what I have and I will share it with who I want. Government cannot force me to be charitable.
8. It is not un-American for me to disagree with authority or to share my personal opinion.
9. The government works for me, I do not work for them.  They answer to me.

12 Values

1. Honesty
2. Reverence
3. Hope
4. Thrift
5. Humility
6. Charity
7. Sincerity
8. Moderation
9. Hard Work
10. Courage
11. Personal Responsibility
12. Gratitude

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Family and preparedness planning

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Prepping During Life

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Members

 

Non-Political

This site like the Mississippi Preparedness Project is NOT a political site. It is a learning center for people who are concerned given the current environment, that a level of physical and mental preparedness is warranted. The Project is NOT A MILITIA, A white Supremacist Group or Anti Government. Our members are diverse in Race, Gender and Age.

Our mission involves developing teams/communities/regions within Mississippi and outside the state of individuals and teams/communities whom are self reliant.  We not only teach in the classroom, but we get our members into the field and teach by example in all weather conditions and under stress to help give them the advantage to survive in real situations that internet groups and online communities cannot provide.

 

The MPP is NOT a promoter, supporter or aligned with the sustainable movement i.e.  Agenda 21 efforts in Mississippi, nor will the MPP allow ANY avenue for said organizations to utilize MPP agenda's, seminars, meetings or group activities to promote their agenda.

 

"If you are not doing your part in preparing your family, yourself, and working with others to prepare, you are NOT walking the walk.  What you are in fact is a casualty, a liability to those who may depend on you and a threat to others when an event happens, - Angryconservative"

 

"Having the simplest of plans, the simplest of knowledge, some basic gear and the greatest amount of support and team work with others, breeds the ability to adapt to any situation.


State teams for Preparedness

 


Our orientation we conduct when MPP members speak before organizations such as the Oath Keepers, Tea Party and 9-12-We Surround them is located under the "Getting Started" section.



For developing, forming and managing a Preparedness Team on a State, County, Community and Individual level. This Model is the baseline adopted Nationally of which was developed at the grass roots level in Mississippi - Check out the "Getting Started" Section



Our MPP personnel use this listing to provide them a baseline : Food Needs Per Person

 

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Public Information

 

MS Preparedness Project Call Tree

The MPP  hosts a CALL TREE, for verified MS members only.  When we say that the Preparedness and Call Tree mindset is becoming a NORM, we mean that the vast movement of people joining our teams in many states have adopted a plan to work with other like minded people to assure they have the most current information, forewarning, and preparedness mindset.

 

 

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Dollar store items to consider for Prep supplies.

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping? Jun 26. 0 Replies

ahh -- good info here-- to keep the mind and ideas flowing~~~There’s no argument that prepping can be costly.There’s food storage, weapons, ammunition, bug out supplies, emergency supplies for the home, fuel for cooking and heating, medical…Continue

50 items expected to disappear when SHTF

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping?. Last reply by Tiburon Feb 21. 1 Reply

.This is a good list folks.~~~~~~~Things that will disappear when SHTF  Print it up, carry it with you to the store.  1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly. Gas storage, risky. Noisy…target of thieves; maintenance etc.)  2. Water Filters/Purifiers…Continue

Should you be a part of PREPPER GROUP?

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping? Feb 21. 0 Replies

 came across this today -- sharing..Some preppers may start out thinking they can go it alone, and some may even have a “lone wolf” complex where they believe isolating themselves is the best way to survive because after all other humans can be…Continue

Help for the New Prepper

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping? Sep 2, 2013. 0 Replies

shared from Survival Blog / JWRHelp for the New Prepper, Many of us that have been prepping since before the Internet have welcomed all the new information,…Continue

THE 5 PILLARS

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping? Nov 9, 2012. 0 Replies

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Taking your PREPS to the next level -- P.A.C.E.

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping?. Last reply by MsEarp99 Oct 29, 2012. 1 Reply

Good info here! -> source  ReThink SurvivalThe P.A.C.E. acronym stands for Primary, Alternate, Contingent, and Emergency. I think it has origins in the military–maybe special forces–but…Continue

NEW TO PREPARING ?

Started by MsEarp99 in New to Prepping? Jul 8, 2012. 0 Replies

ALL ENTRIES ARE EXTRACTED FROM OTHER SOURCES.These are suggestions to help you along the way.MPP stresses to work your preparedness plan around the 5 pillars , starting with personal level, then family and team (if you desire) -Most have the items…Continue

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