Back then it was called "TEX ARCANE'S SURVIVAL REPORT" and it was dummied up to look like Drudge with three columns of black & white.
We were channeling Robert Kaplan's book THE COMING ANARCHY and J.R. Nyquist's ORIGINS OF THE FOURTH WORLD WAR which we had only read that year. A powerful effect it had on us, Padawan, yes. I had vivid nightmares with many events described in Nyquist intermixed with cameos of Neal Diamond as a quisling for Red Chinese occupational forces and dreams of a sky filled with neutron bomb air bursts. In one dream I had visions of bones so tightly packed I could walk across from the second floor of a shopping mall to the building on the other side without touching the ground.
Funny thing is that as time went on, the dreams went away but the enormous effect they had on my psyche didn't. I turned my anxiety into concrete action and did something about it, instead of developing a drinking problem or throwing myself vigorously into watching more spectator sports or watching reality TV shows. It's not survivalism that is neurotic. Neurotics never do anything about their anxiety. The definition of neurosis is defining survivalism as neurosis. That's neurotic. Pushing fear down into your subconscious where it can't do you anything but harm is stupid. If you face up to it, you'll develop a wry sense of sardonic humor about it the way I have and it will do for you what it is supposed to do - keep you alive by resulting in action.