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Civil War: Black Activists Declare Jihad On America

Posted on August 8, 2016 by Baxter Dmitry in News, US A pro-black hate group more extreme than Black Lives Matter has declared civil war on white America, urging gangs across the country to unite and murder “babies and grandmothers” and anyone in uniform – including first responders such as fire fighters and paramedics, because “they are on the same side as the police.“ Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere, an “advisor” to the New Black Panther Party and head of the African American Defense League posted on Facebook, “WE ARE CALLING ON THE GANGS ACROSS THE NATION! ATTACK EVERYTHING IN BLUE EXCEPT … Continue reading

Global Gun Control Advocates to Meet in NYC to Set UN Disarmament Agenda

Posted on June 7, 2016 by David Robinson Written by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Anti-gun globalists will meet in New York City this week discuss ways to confiscate small arms and ammunition from civilians and to consolidate monopoly control over those weapons in the hands of the governments of United Nations (UN) member states. The convention is part of a UN-controlled process of disarmament called the Program of Action (PoA). From June 6-10 delegates from around the world will attend the Sixth Biennial Meeting of States (BMS6) of the PoA. This latest planning meeting will give delegates an opportunity to move … Continue reading

Bicycle Power Can Help You Maintain Self-Sufficiency

From Natural News One of the persistent myths about prepping is that it requires spending lots of cash on fancy survival gear. However, much of what may prove to be extremely useful in a big disaster/SHTF scenario might already be lying around the house. Those old bicycles collecting dust in your garage are the perfect example. Not only might a bicycle represent the ultimate stealth bug-out vehicle, pedal power can also be utilized in a number of other useful ways if and when the power grid goes down. First, let’s consider the use of bicycles in a survival situation in … Continue reading

Obama’s Procrastination and Hypocrisy

. Norvell Rose, of Western Journalism, has quite the revelation on our “Dear Leader”. This explains the wedgie he is experiencing. What Was Just Disclosed About This Appalling Obama Habit Proves He’s A Danger To America “Obama…has failed in his duty to protect America…” Norvell Rose — September 30, 2014     The tire tracks from the bus Barack Obama drove over the U.S. intelligence community continue leading to trouble for a president seen as trying to save his own political skin. When Obama told “60 Minutes” on Sunday that the rapid rise and spread of ISIS could be blamed … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Entertainment – 7.20.14

Hello and Welcome to our Final edition of SHTF Survival sunday – 7.20.14 Now that dust has cleared and all the serious stuff has been hashed over, and put to rest (I hope), we can focus on some of the small things that’ll keep us sane. Entertainment. We could sit down with a good book and read (if we have them) but that requires light. And if there’s light, there’s chores that could be done. Kind of a “catch 22”, eh? What if we’re done for the day? What are we to do in our idle times? When the chores … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Communications – 7.13.14

Good Morning, Folks and Welcome to this Sunday’s edition of SHTF. Today we’ll discuss “Communications”, something we all take for granted. In this day and age, we’re all accustomed to being in touch with our friends and loved ones at the touch of a button. We talk, text, message at will, not giving a thought to what would happen when it’s gone. Now what? No phones, no cell service, no internet, no radio, no TV, no browser to look up your favorite ice cube recipe, no nothing. We’ve all gone through periods when the power’s out, and so is the … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday 7.9.14

           Survival Skills to Learn from the Indian Tribes Native Americans are, perhaps, the best example on the planet of a people who lived solely off the land while protecting it for future generations. They held the belief that we don’t own the land; we are simply borrowing it from our children. In other words, they lived sustainably, protected their resources, and survived (and thrived) while doing no harm to the planet. This made them survivors of the highest order, so today we’re going to talk about survival skill you can learn from Indian tribes. Meat … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Fuel & Travel 7.6.14

Hey Folks, Welcome to this Sundays’ edition of SHTF – Survival. Today We’re gonna focus on Fuel and Travel. Now, we all need to get this “reality” into our heads once and for all: Unless you own an oil refinery and an oil well, you’re gonna be walking or riding a bike or a beast of burden OR you’re smart enough to find an alternative. There are a few, should you have the capacity to be inventive. One is making your own Bio-diesel and this will all depend on where you decide to take up residense. If you’re close enough … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday 7.2.14

              Are You Prepared for the 2014 Pandemic? If you think that a pandemic would not be possible in 2014, in modern society, think again. In fact, the last pandemic happened just a few years ago, in 2009. It was the swine flu pandemic which mostly affected areas of Africa and Southeast Asia. However, it managed to kill around 280,000 people. The danger is still very real. New influenza viruses keep appearing, while Ebola virus, the Rift Valley fever and the Lassa fever virus are still dangerous. Where the Danger Comes From A pandemic is … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival: Gardening & Farming 6.29.14

Hey Folks and welcome to this Sunday’s edition of SHTF Survival: Gardening & Farming. Over the past several weeks we’ve talked about many issues we’d face when the SHTF and one the most crucial of these topics is “food”; where to get it, how to store and how to grow it. We’ve discussed growing things on roof tops and in green houses, when land is scarce, but we’ve never discussed what the situation would be after the “dust settled” and life is thrown back into the late 1800’s. When gas was no longer available to run the tractors, what do … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday 6.25.14

Emergency Medicine: Treating Animal Bites Correctly Most people have, at some time of their life, run afoul of some ornery critter. In the United States, there are millions of animal bites every year resulting in hundreds of thousands of ER visits. As this is Dog Bite Prevention Week, we’ll discuss animal bites by mammals. Although wild animals will bite when threatened or ill (or to protect their young or territory), most avoid humans if at all possible. Domestic pets, such as cats, dogs, and small rodents are the culprits in the grand majority of cases. Dog bites, the most common, are responsible for tens of millions of … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Medication / First Aid 6.22.14

Hey Folks and welcome to another edition of SHTF Survival. Today, I’m going to give some of you some rather controversial advise and say the following: (DISCLAIMER- The suggestions made herein are a personal opinion and are not to be construed as instructional. The reader bears any and all responsibilities for their own actions or in-actions.) 1. IF YOU CAN, try to, alternately, skip your meds and build a stockpile. I’ve been doing this for some time and have nearly a 6 month supply of crucial meds saved. This means you have to watch what you’re doing and eating. If … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday – 6.18.14

With a H/T to HardNox, here’s a item we think everyone could make good use of. One of the basic tools everyone should have in their trunk, or somewhere nearby, is the long known, yet much maligned and/or overlooked, Machete. While there are many styles and shapes, the machete is an all-in-one tool. It can, and often does, replace the ax, the knife, the sword and, in times of need, the E-Tool for digging holes. As a tool, it’s invaluable. It’s lightweight and easily packs into any backpack or hangs on any belt or cross-chest strap. As a defensive weapon, … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Barter and Trade – Currency (Tools and Trading Your Crafts and Skills)

Today’s edition of SHTF comes from a friend of one of our steadfast contributors, Garnet. My thanks go out to him and his keen eye. Without further adue, here it is…Enjoy~! “My thoughts and opinions on barter and trade. The Big Five trade goods in my opinion are liquor, tobacco, coffee, sugar, and gasoline. Other high ticket items are meat, pain medications, feminine hygiene items, milk, baby things, toilet paper, lighters & matches, chocolate, salt, seeds, canning lids, cooking oils, gloves, socks, needles & thread, and other fuels. Other items to stock are ammunition; various condiments, herbs, and spices; flour … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival Wednesday – 6.11.14

           DIY Project: How to Build the Perfect Sling In a time of major crisis do not overlook the simple cord sling as a weapon or a hunting tool. It would fit nicely in your bug out bag because it is lightweight, easy to store and easy to use. Rocks or other projectiles to be used as ammo can also be easily picked up wherever you happen to be. Even though the sling became less important as guns and other weapons became more available, slings are still used in Palestine and many other parts of the … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival: Defense – Personal 6.8.14

To completely prepare you for self-defense would be an arduous task and result in my writing numerous volumes of tedious tactics most folks would probably never understand. So, instead, I’m going to cut to the chase and present a few videos of some easily acquired skills. While I’d love nothing more than to see everyone become familiar with “a” martial art, but I know it’s improbable. Martial arts take a long study. Unless you’re agile, and able to execute some of those moves, don’t bother. The only other option is to get a gun or a weapon and become proficient … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday 6.4.14

Urban Survival: 8 Skills You Can’t Live Without Survivopedia.com By Bill White Much of what is written about survival assumes a wilderness survival situation. There are several advantages to trying to survive in the wild, mostly that of not having to worry about all the other people around you. On top of that, you have the availability of all the resources that nature provides for you. On the other hand, when trying to survive in an urban situation, you have the exact opposite; basically no natural resources as well as a lot of other people around you who are vying for … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Defense: Property – 6.1.14

Hey Folks and welcome to yet another edition of the “SHTF” – Survival Series. While I had originally planned on making this a single day’s edition, it became apparent that, due to its depth, I had to divide it into 2 separate focal points; “Property” & “Personal”. Defending your “Property” can be done in many ways and, while most of us have a good grasp on it, some things can be overlooked. It’s best to review and re-acquaint yourself just to make sure you’re at your peak should you need to defend your “fortress”. First order of priority is to … Continue reading

“SHTF” Survival – Wednesday 5.28.14

Hey Folks; Hope you’ve enjoyed our previous posts and maybe even learned something along the way. Today I’m going to re-hash on “Bugging-Out. I know we’ve gone over this before but I want for you to understand that the first night out WILL be very uncomfortable IF you’re not prepared. Most folks, when making such plans, often look out their windows and base their decisions on current weather. DON’T DO THAT! It could be a fatal mistake. Always, always, always base your plans on the worst weather possible – 10 below, windy and rain that would scare Noah. In other … Continue reading