Survival


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Just a couple days ago, two armed assailants, a married couple purported by the mainstream media to be “white supremacists” and “conspiracy theorists,”ambushed two police officers at a CiCi’s Pizza in Las Vegas, killing the officers and one bystander after screaming, “This is a revolution!” The suspects then reportedly covered one officer’s body with a Gadsden Don’t Tread On Me flag and then fled to a Walmart, where they committed suicide. Yes, it reads like a Southern Poverty Law Center fantasy story; and in many ways, it is.

As I write this, the MSM has not officially blamed any particular scapegoat group or political organization. But I suspect that they will follow the pattern they have always followed, which is to equate the actions of one or two psychotics with the beliefs and principles of the liberty movement in general.

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Towering grain silos overlook the main highway in Salt Lake City at the Mormon church’s Welfare Square. At grocery stores, there’s a whole section with large plastic tubs with labels that read, “Deluxe survivor 700.” Radio ads hawk long-term supplies of food with 25-year shelf lives.

And houses are equipped with special shelving for cans of beans, rice and wheat.

Storing away enough food and water in case of disaster, job loss or something worse is not only part of the fundamental teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it’s an idea that increasingly is catching on nationwide. And it’s also big business.

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Government agencies are forcing us to spend countless billions on illusory risks and anti-fossil fuel mandates, while ignoring real threats to our livelihoods, living standards and lives.

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Without abundant, reliable, affordable electricity, America would sink into Third World status. If our electricity were cut off for a prolonged period, the nation would collapse into survivalist chaos.

An excellent Emergency Preparedness/Survival guide (And It’s Free!)

Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

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Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

Continue to Article

Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

Continue to Article

Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

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Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

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