“Please, Somebody Help Us!”: Eye Of Slow-Moving Dorian Reaches Grand Bahama; Storm Recorded Gusts As High As 220 MPH

“Please, Somebody Help Us!”: Eye Of Slow-Moving Dorian Reaches Grand Bahama; Storm Recorded Gusts As High As 220 MPH from ZeroHedge Hurricane Dorian wrought devastation on the Bahamas Sunday night into Monday morning as it hammered the small Caribbean nation with sustained winds of 180 mph, and some gusts ranging up to 220 mph. The Category 5 storm inflicted massive amounts of property damage and destroying critical components of the Bahamanian infrastructure. The fate of Florida remained uncertain as the storm continued its slow creep across the Atlantic. As of…

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Hurricane Preparedness List & Tips

Hurricane Preparedness List & Tips by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog A hurricane preparedness checklist will provide reassurance that you will have thought of the essentials. A list will greatly reduce the likelihood that you will forget something during the stressful time immediately before a potential hurricane disaster. Note: No list is a perfect or complete list. With that said, the following hurricane list will help get you thinking in the right direction. The list is intended to provoke thought and preparation. A secondary To-do list is linked at the end.…

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Tropical Storm Dorian is Expected to Become a Hurricane By Sunday: Get Prepared Now!

Tropical Storm Dorian is Expected to Become a Hurricane By Sunday: Get Prepared Now! By Dagny Taggart for The Organic Prepper If you live in Florida, Georgia, or the Carolinas, you have (hopefully) heard by now that a big storm is heading your way. Currently a tropical storm, Dorian is expected to strengthen to a Category 2 hurricane when it reaches the eastern coast of Florida late Sunday night or early Monday morning. This morning, The Weather Channel issued a warning: Tropical Storm Dorian will strike Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Wednesday, the…

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NRC Says Will Not Protect Nuclear Plants Against EMP – Not My Job

NRC Says Will Not Protect Nuclear Plants Against EMP – Not My Job by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog “The NRC will not address threats to their (nuclear) power stations that they feel other agencies should take care,” said a task force member of the Electromagnetic Defense Task Force. The EDTF recently released version 2.0. It’s a new 2019 report to highlight the EMP threat to U.S. infrastructure and military installations. The report admits that the (nuclear) electric generating plants are not prepared for an (EMP) attack. What’s worse, the…

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Freedom and Liberty | Uphold it or Lose it

Freedom and Liberty | Uphold it or Lose it by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog A recent comment on the blog reads, “The founding fathers considered government to be a threatening force, possibly an institution difficult to shed, and one that could stand in the way of personal freedom.” Which is probably why there are so many quotes out there from the “founding fathers” themselves regarding this very issue. Here are just a few: The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground. Thomas Jefferson,…

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SELCO: Who Will Be Dangerous and Who Can You Trust When the Brown Fecal Matter Hits The Fan?

SELCO: Who Will Be Dangerous and Who Can You Trust When the Brown Fecal Matter Hits The Fan? by Selco for The Organic Prepper GNN Note – I have long said that parents, especially mothers, with small children will be some of the most dangerous people we will encounter in the early stages of a SHTF scenario. If we go all “Walking Dead” be on the look out for parents. WOW! they will turn you in or kill you quicker than you can imagine to feed / protect their child.…

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When There’s No Law and Order and the Politicians are ALL Corrupted

When There’s No Law and Order and the Politicians are ALL Corrupted by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog Without Rule Of Law This is going to come to a head. I will tell you what’s coming in this country. When there’s no law and order and the politicians are all corrupted, and they’re all on the take, and the judges are totally worthless… I’ll tell you what happens… It’s called vigilantism. It has happened throughout history. The people had to defend themselves because society could not do it. People took…

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Off Grid Places To Live: Five States With The Lowest Taxes

Off Grid Places To Live: Five States With The Lowest Taxes by: Off The Grid News Staff Residents of Wyoming pay the least taxes in the United States, while New Yorkers pay the most. That’s the conclusion of a recent studyby the Tax Foundation which ranked the 10 best and 10 worst states for taxes. The study proved what many of us probably already know: Residents of the Northeast are overtaxed while residents of certain Western states pay fewer taxes. But there are several surprises in the study. Vermont, for instance, is…

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Survival Cooking When The Electricity Goes Out

Survival Cooking When The Electricity Goes Out by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog Alternative Ways To Cook Food Without Power Most people rely on a electric stove for cooking at home. For the sake of preparedness (without electricity), you might consider other “survival cooking” methods. Not all foods require cooking. For example, commercially and home “canned foods” can be safely eaten without cooking because the canning process has eliminated harmful bacteria. Pro Tip: “Not all foods require cooking.” In fact you should think about that when diversifying your preparedness food storage! However…

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How to Prepare for a Flu Pandemic

How to Prepare for a Flu Pandemic by Tara Dodrill for The Survivalist Blog Flu pandemics can affect a significant portion of the population before a government health agency even realizes the cases of a rapidly spreading illness are connected. Even a mild to moderate level pandemic can spiral out of control quickly during (or after) a SHTF event. During normal times, a flu pandemic has the capability to kill tens of thousands of people over the course of a few short weeks or months. During a long-term disaster, the…

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