Who will Die within the first seventy-two hours from a CME or EMP attack when the energy pulse fries all electronic circuits and brings down the power grid? Within the first 72 hours millions of people nationwide will be in full panic mode, involved in panic looting instead of panic buying, stripping food shelves clean… Read more »
My husband and I just processed a chicken for the first time. We have several chickens that are not laying anymore, so for a while we’ve been planning to either eat them or give them away. I felt like we should definitely learn to process chickens, because it’s a skill we may need in an… Read more »
“Who will Die” within the first forty-eight hours from a CME or EMP attack when the energy pulse fries all electronic circuits and brings down the power grid? By the second day, some people will start to realize something is not quite right. These people will star to panic by gathering as much food, water… Read more »
Today I will offer commentary on tips and suggestions for preparing healthwise for the troubled times ahead!
Who will Die within the first twenty-four hours from a CME or EMP attack when the energy pulse fries all electronic circuits and brings down the power grid? In the first 24 hours, hundreds of thousands of Americans will die within minutes of the burst.
There can be little doubt that we’re headed for some very rough times ahead. The devaluation of the dollar will result in an unavoidable hyperinflation of the money supply, and lots of people will suffer. The problems we’re having now are only the beginning. But all this raises the question: How bad will it get?
From Southeast Asia to Central America, from the Middle East to Europe and back here to the U.S., I’ve worked numerous Natural Disaster and Humanitarian Relief missions all over the world. I have seen firsthand on numerous occasions the massive suffering, misery and death of everyday, ordinary people, men, and women and heartbreakingly the children… Read more »
For many people starting out on their food storage program, it makes sense to buy an extra case of this or that while they are out grocery shopping. But that strategy often proves to have a hidden expense few of us ever foresee. I have learned through sad experience of the one big glitch in the… Read more »
The Associated Press reported this past Tuesday on an interesting phenomenon following Hurricane Irene. Since in some areas the hurricane did not land with the expected severity, many people are actually annoyed with themselves for going to the trouble of stocking up on emergency supplies. Stores are being bombarded with people coming in to return… Read more »
Last month reader Patsy D wrote that she “would appreciate suggestions on how we (on fixed income) could begin stockpiling. Where would you recommend we begin?” This is a very good question, and one not easily answered. Not everyone can purchase a year’s supply of food all at once. Many people, especially now, are struggling… Read more »