from And We Know:
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by Amy Allen, The Organic Prepper:
So we’ve been watching the news and hearing all about the baby formula shortage. We’ve been to our usual stores and seen the empty shelves. Our baby is hungry and needs to eat! We have to break out of the programmed habit of relying on the centralized food system in order to provide, but how? This article will discuss what mothers did before commercial formula and baby foods came into existence.
Disclaimer: I am not giving medical advice! If your child needs a medical diet, discuss the matter with your doctor.
by Todd Albertson, Survival Blog:
(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.)
Have a Plan
The key to preparing for a disaster —both emotionally and physically—is to plan ahead of time. Make sure you know what your role is during a disaster. During an actual emergency, you may be literally incapable of thinking clearly as life suddenly and drastically changes. Knowing what to do should this happen can lessen your anxiety during an emergency. Being less anxious can help you think more wisely and logically and thus reduce the risk of injury or death.
by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:
I’ve long believed that one should purchase anything gun-related as anonymously as possible, and prepping gear seems to have gradually shifted into that same parameter. But, what about food? You don’t need to buy your food anonymously, do you?
With the incoming famine (“global food shortage”), I’m convinced that if you are going to purchase “larger” quantities of food, survival food buckets, or groupings of food that are commonly associated with prepping (e.g., 20 pounds of rice, 30 pounds of beans, and 10 pounds of dehydrated milk powder – nobody buys all that but preppers), that it is worthwhile to consider making an anonymous purchase.
by Todd Albertson, Survival Blog:
Supplies like water, food, and medical supplies are essential during a disaster. However, these may not be enough. Research into past tragedies demonstrates that our mental resources may play a significant role in survival in emergency situations.
We have been told that it’s essential to prepare for disasters throughout history. In the Bible, Genesis books 41 and 42, God directed Joseph to stockpile enough food to survive seven years of famine.
During the Middle Ages, people gathered and preserved as much food as possible during the summer months. This helped them get through the cold winters in Europe without starving. It also helped guard against the constant threats of war, drought, and famine that were common during those times.
by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:
If you are not eating right now, take moment and watch a video of a monkey eating a gazelle.
It feels very wrong for most people to look at this. This shows how much we are out of touch with nature. Most people want to eat meat but not kill it themselves for example. What happens to the gazelle is not good and not bad, it’s nature. It simply is.
When you find yourself in a survival situation you get quickly in touch with nature again. And nature is cruel, and the concept of fairness does not exist.
by Marie Hawthorne, The Organic Prepper:
Bad news concerning the supply chain just keeps coming. The Organic Prepper published an article on the Russian fertilizer export ban not too long ago. We also covered the fires engulfing major food distributors in the U.S. Shanghai, the world’s busiest port, has been locked down, with no end in sight. And, inexplicably, Union Pacific has mandated a 20% volume reduction for its freight cars that should be moving fertilizer around the country this time of year.
Add to this the apocalyptic drought in the Western U.S. and rampant inflation, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed at the thought of what will happen this growing season. However, it’s still early in the growing season, and it’s still too soon to despair.
by Dean Garrison, DC Clothesline:
What in the world is going on right now? After two years of being blind (I can now see) I almost wish I could cover my eyes. The world is quite scary in 2022.
Back in 2012 I wrote an article that launched my career as a political writer. I thought today might be a good day to share it again.
by Lew Rockwell, Lew Rockwell:
“That bowl of soup—it was dearer than freedom, dearer than life itself, past, present, and future.”
~ Alexander Solzhenitsyn, One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich
In a world such as this, where every freedom is being relinquished, where every aspect of life is being controlled, where every state threat is a lie, where every truth is avoided; what will become of man? Power and control over large populations can only be achieved over time, and initially in smaller steps, but as the progression of tyranny consumes the majority, extreme force will be more easily accepted. All totalitarian systems rely on voluntary servitude in order to exist, because there are so many more of us than them. Once this state of willing cowardice and indifference claims the population like a ‘virus,’ this mass sickness of society will consume itself, and all that will remain will be a life of slavery and misery; due to dependence on the very masters who brought about the plot to control the people.
by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
Since the invasion of Ukraine began, manufacturers of doomsday bunkers have seen a massive spike in sales. This is typical during any crisis as people wait until the last minute to start preparing. What sets this rush toward prepping apart from ones in the past is the fact that the World Bank is warning against such actions — despite many of their elite friends doing exactly that.
During a virtual event hosted by the Washington Post on Monday, World Bank President David Malpass told people not to store food or gasoline in spite of the massive spike in prices since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
by Anony Mee, American Thinker:
A concatenation of events is dropping on us like an imploding building and there’s not much we can do to stop it. However, we can mitigate some of the potential damage through our individual efforts and need to get started now.
But first, one bit of good news. H. Douglas Lightfoot and Gerald Ratzer have published a paper, “The Sun Versus CO2 as the Cause of Climate Change Projected to 2050,” that thrashes the IPCC’s global warming model.
from Childrens Health Defense:
Despite being touted as a solution to the problem of factory farming, what the industry calls “cultured meat” is made with fetal bovine serum, which makes lab-grown meat expensive, non-vegetarian and unethical.
Many of the world’s elite — Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson — tout lab-grown meat as the way of the future, a key solution to ending the yearly slaughter of billions of factory farm animals and to address the climate crisis.
A number of Hollywood A-listers including Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey, Jr. and Ashton Kutcher have invested in lab-grown meat, or as the industry calls it, cultured meat — meat made from real animal cells grown inside a lab.