FIGHT FOR YOUR SURVIVAL
In an abduction or kidnapping situation, it is highly likely that the attacker intends to rape, kill, or worse, both. As scary as the idea of fighting back is or may seem, the potential for pain and injury, know that it is worse if they take you to a second or third location.
Stranger abduction and rape are statistically less likely, than from someone you know. If someone is a stranger trying to kidnap or abduct you, then they either are or likely will be a serial kidnapper or rapist, and potentially murderer.
Your bravery in fighting back increases the chance of saving your life, and potentially saves the lives of other women and children in the future. Additionally, fighting for your life inspires other women and girls to fight for theirs, so more return home safe to their families and friends.
The video on the left is footage of an 11-year old girl who fought and saved her life from a 30-year old male attacker.
THE DANGER OF WEAPON DISARMS
In 90% of firearm disarms the firearm discharges at least once. Fighting unarmed against an armed attacker is extremely dangerous, and you will most likely get cut or shot unless incredibly lucky. That said, if in an abduction or kidnapping scenario, be prepared for injury, but know that fighting back against a kidnapper is essential! Your chance of survival improves when you don’t allow the attacker to take you to a second or third location.
If it is a situation where all you have to do is give up your wallet, phone or other valuables and you get to walk free, giving up those items is well worth protecting your safety.
In 90% of firearm disarms the firearm discharges at least once. Fighting unarmed against an armed attacker is extremely dangerous, and you WILL get cut or shot unless incredibly lucky.
Defense against knife or gun attackers is limited to only a handful of situations even for seasoned professionals, and even less successful for the every day person.
The following three educational videos show individuals with with 30 years of experience, and even for them you will see an eye opening fail rate for common techniques taught in self defense classes and shown in movies. Not every aspect of these simulations is 100% spot on but it is about as close as you can get without doing it for real and endangering human life and well being.
Knowing you will get injured means neutralizing your attacker as quick as possible in order to perform or seek first aid immediately to survive.
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