Tuesday, July 14, 2020

NEW STUDY: THE BEST PLACES TO “HIDE” FROM A PANDEMIC

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

The media and the World Health Organization continue to remind us that the globe is long overdue for a major pandemic.  But a new study has declared that there are places you can hide if this sort of SHTF scenario does play out.

World Health Organization: The Globe Isn’t Ready For A World-Wide Pandemic

New research claims to have identified the top 20 locations you should try to get to if a human extinction-level pandemic breaks out. According to RT,  public health doctors based in New Zealand used a range of strict criteria to narrow down the options. Smaller islands were out of the running because they lack the wide range of expertise necessary to support modern civilization.

Check Your Refrigerators and Freezers: There Are Currently Seven Listeria-Related Food Recalls

by Dagny Taggart, The Organic Prepper:

Over 90 percent of people who become infected with it are hospitalized. It carries a mortality rate of 20 to 30 percent. Symptoms can appear as early as the same day of exposure, or as late as 70 to 90 days after infection. It can live in cold temperatures, multiplies rapidly, and can live for years on equipment in places food is prepared.

And, it is back in the news because there are several outbreaks and recalls involving this particular pathogen – Listeria.

Marjory Wildcraft: Growing Your Own Groceries

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by Adam Taggart, Peak Prosperity:

How to turn your backyard into a food production system

We all intuitively know that it’s important to have access to locally grown food, especially if it’s grown organically.

It gives us calorie resilience in case our standard thousand-mile supply chains become disrupted. It’s more nutrient-rich and healthier for us. It tastes (much) better. Growing it increases our connection to nature. The list of additional benefits is long.

Marjory Wildcraft, founder of The Grow Network and author of Grow Your Own Groceries, explains how we can contribute to the local food production movement by using our own windowsills, planters and backyards as a food production system.

A SPECIAL MESSAGE to the Anti-Vax Movement regarding the Super-Vaccination Agenda

from State Of The Nation:

Who among us is not under withering assault by one health concern or another?

Which family in 2019 is immune to the health invasions coming from every direction?

What community in America is free from the ever-growing number of environmental degradations and ensuing medical ailments?

Food storage tips: How much food and water do you need to survive for 3 months?

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by Zoey Sky, Natural News:

Food storage is an important aspect of prepping. When SHTF, your life will be much easier if you have at least three months’ worth of shelf-stable food in your survival stockpile. (h/t to AskAPrepper.com)

But what if you’re on a budget, and you want to store the bare minimum food supply to keep your family well-fed during a long-term disaster scenario?

Following a “bare minimum diet” is also ideal if you need to store only the essentials at a bug-out location with limited storage space. (Related: Food storage tips: Considerations for making the most out of your food prepping budget.)

Nobody Cares: There Should Have Been A Revolution

by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker:

Long ago there should have been a revolution.

A real one.

A demand that this garbage be stopped — not band-aided, stopped — and the responsible parties, if they refused, be jailed.

If there was no jail, then the people needed to pick up their pitch forks and torches, and make the government stop it, under pain of the government not existing any more.

It’s not like we need new laws of any sort.  The law has been there for more than 100 years.  The government has willfully and intentionally, at all levels — federal, state and local — refused to enforce said law.

Food Storage: The Basics

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by Pete Thorsen, Survival Blog:

More and more people are seeing the common sense in having some stored food on hand in case of emergencies. Many of these people are not preppers but just want to have the peace of mind knowing they have some extra food on hand for “just in case.”

The only problem for some is the question of “Where to start?” With food it is an easy start. Well, then again, maybe not so easy after all. If you decide to have food on hand for an emergency then you should think just that one line through some. What kind of an emergency? Does it even matter? If the emergency is the power being out and you live in an all-electric house you would either need food that could be eaten without cooking or you would have to have an alternate way to cook the food instead of your microwave or electric range.

5G drones to blanket the nation, beaming down cancer-causing radiation from the skies… and there’s nowhere they can’t find you

by Tracey Watson, The Common Sense Show:

Whether we like it or not, 5G (fifth generation) wireless internet technology is slowly but surely being rolled out across the globe. Promising faster speeds, better connectivity and virtually instant data transfers, 5G is being hailed as a technological boon.

Service providers promise that 5G will enable downloads at 100 times greater speeds than 4G technology. This would translate to the ability to download a full HD movie in less than 10 seconds. 5G also promises more stable connections and greater capacity, enabling networks to handle multiple high-demand applications simultaneously.

The 5G Pushback: Individuals, Scientists, and Grassroots Groups Around the World Are Saying ‘NO to 5G’

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by Rosanne Lindsay, Humans Are Free:

You may have noticed mystery towers going up all around the region where you live. The new cell towers are going incognito, dressed as trees.

Averaging between 50 to 200 feet, they awkwardly stand above other structures in order to provide good cell phone coverage. Instead of the roots, xylem, and phloem that give real trees life, cell tower trees have amplifiers, transceivers, and antennae that support our mobile devices’ wireless communications.

Turmeric: This ancient super spice can offer unmatched healing properties

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by Kristine Payne, Natural News:

Many people consider turmeric (Curcuma longa) to be the most powerful herb on the planet. Others may even argue that it could potentially be the most effective nutritional supplement to ever exist. Such claims are not unfounded. This ancient super spice has been used in India for thousands of years not only for its exotic flavor, but also for its medicinal properties.

Polio Vaccination – Still Causing Polio After all These Years

by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info:

It is exceedingly rare for the public health community to admit to any problems with vaccination. Every so often, however, circumstances force officials into making just such an acknowledgement. The current debacle seeping out into the news–which is actually a long-running tale minted anew–is that oral polio vaccines are “spawning virulent strains” of polioviruses. The alarming surge in vaccine-derived polio cases presents vaccine planners with a “quandary” or “conundrum”–because “The very tool you are using for [polio] eradication is causing the problem.”

THE 5G PUSHBACK IS HERE

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by Rosanne Lindsay, The Waking Times:

You may have noticed mystery towers going up all around the region where you live. The new cell towers are going incognito, dressed as trees.

Averaging between 50 to 200 feet, they awkwardly stand above other structures in order to provide good cell phone coverage. Instead of the roots, xylem, and phloem that give real trees life, cell tower trees have amplifiers, transceivers, and antennae that support our mobile devices’ wireless communications.