TS Radio with Erin Dakins of Indiana Preppers


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The One-Stop Survival Preparedness Guide e-book


by: Craig Nicholson
I have now launched The One-Stop Survival Preparedness Guide e-book and accompanying website at www.one-stop-survival-guide.com
It has all of the main survival preparedness information in one convenient place for physical and financial survival. It is basically 4 books in 1:
  • A home preparedness book, including survival kits and how to store food and water.
  • A disasters and emergencies survival guide, including a “Disaster Response Summaries” section for all of the main disasters, including floods, fire, earthquakes, nuclear etc.
  • An outdoor survival guide, including wilderness, water and winter survival.
  • A financial survival guide, including understanding the problems, protecting your assets and alternate sources of income.

A Suggested Survival List: by Chuck Baldwin


A Suggested Survival List

By Chuck Baldwin

December 15, 2009

This column is archived here:

One does not have to be a prophet to know that we are on the precipice of some potentially catastrophic–or at the very least, challenging–days. In fact, most of us are already in challenging days, and some are already enduring catastrophic events. That is, if one would call being out of work, losing one’s home, facing life-threatening medical conditions without any prospect of medical insurance, several families being forced to live in one house due to homes being foreclosed, etc., catastrophic.
The potential for an escalation of cataclysmic events, however, is very real. Only a “blooming idiot” would call someone who attempts to prepare for “the day of adversity” a Chicken Little now. Anyone who does not see the storm clouds on the horizon isn’t paying attention.

For example, can one imagine what would happen if terrorists nuked a major American city or cities? (Once again, I encourage readers to go get the videos of the CBS TV series “Jericho” to get an idea of how quickly life, and even civilization, could change.) Imagine if there was another 9/11-type event. What would happen if some form of Zimbabwe-style inflation hit the US? What would happen if anything disrupted the distribution of Welfare checks, or food to local grocers? Imagine a Hurricane Katrina-style natural disaster in your town. I think people everywhere are beginning to awaken to just how vulnerable we all really are.

As a result, people from virtually every walk of life have recently been asking my thoughts on how they should prepare. Therefore, I will attempt to share with my readers some of the counsel I have given these folks. READ MORE



CODEX and the Depopulation Agenda on the Common Sense Show

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Dave Hodges, Annie Deriso and I talk about HR 2749, Monsanto, and CODEX’s parts in the depopulation agenda and what we can do.

Listen HERE.


Farewell My Subaru, Hello Funky Butte Ranch

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Washington quietly mulls new quarantine regulations – do you have enough food stored?

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quarantineJosh Gerstein

The Obama administration is quietly dusting off an effort to impose new federal quarantine regulations, which were vigorously resisted by civil liberties organizations and the airline industry when the rules were first proposed by the Bush administration nearly four years ago. 

White House officials aren’t saying what their rules might ultimately require. But the previous administration proposed giving the federal government the authority to order a “provisional quarantine” of three business days — or up to six calendar days — for those suspected of having swine flu or other illnesses listed in a presidential executive order. 

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BarbBarb’s note:

Have I stressed strongly enough that we need to STORE FOOD?

Go to my Surviving the Middle Class Crash site HERE to learn the basics about food storage. While you are there, peruse the site to gain all sorts of tips regarding growing your own food and making the transition to self-sufficiency. If you have any questions, contact me from the site and I will do my best to locate the information if I do not have it already.

The Baltic Dry Index and Empty Store Shelves


What is the Baltic Dry Index, and what does it mean to the economy? Here is a good definition from Wikinvest.com:

The BDI is one of the purest leading indicators of economic activity. It measures the demand to move raw materials and precursors to production, as well as the supply of ships available to move this cargo. Consumer spending and other economic indicators are backward looking, meaning they examine what has already occurred. The BDI offers a real time glimpse at global raw material and infrastructure demand. Unlike stock and commodities markets, the Baltic Dry Index is totally devoid of speculative players. The trading is limited only to the member companies, and the only relevant parties securing contracts are those who have actual cargo to move and those who have the ships to move it.

This is a pretty important indicator, since it is forward-looking. In other words, companies plan what they will need, and book the ships to deliver the purchased goods. If they do not have anything to produce, they do not book the ships.

Take a look at the following video and judge for yourselves if we should be concerned. I don’t know about you, but I will be stocking up on as many things as I can. Here are some suggestions:

1. Start growing some food and learn how to can and dry it. It is not difficult. If a dummy like me can do it, you can too! I dry veggies by laying them on a rack on my counter under the ceiling fan.

2. Start collecting extras of things that you use every day. If you normally buy one toothbrush, get two or three – and don’t forget the toilet paper!

3. Get some good rodent-proof containers and store extra grain, flour, dried fruits and veggies, jerky, and other foodstuffs.

This list is by no means comprehensive, and is only meant to get the ball rolling. Make a list of things you use a lot of and stock up! If the Baltic Dry Index, or BDI, is our best economic indicator, then we are in for hard times ahead! Here is the video from The Green Dragon:


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