SELCO: Mob Mentality and the TRUTH About Protests

SELCO: Mob Mentality and the TRUTH About Protests by Selco Begovic for The Organic Prepper When highly organized force with a mission, resources, a plan, and the will go to finish a task usually there is no reasoning with that force, or explaining that you are trying just to prove some point, or you are just filming, taking selfies or holding a cardboard sign. When that force starts to sweep the street the difference between you (holding cardboard sign) and the guy next to you who is looting is very…

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AMERICANS ARE REDISCOVERING SELF-RELIANCE TO END THEIR OWN ENSLAVEMENT

AMERICANS ARE REDISCOVERING SELF-RELIANCE TO END THEIR OWN ENSLAVEMENT by Mac Slavo for SHTFPlan In the aftermath of the government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has impoverished millions and destroyed the supply chains all around the world, Americans are at least taking some responsibility.  Many are now taking to self-reliance, as they’ve realized the government is not there to help them. Many people initially obeyed the commands to destroy their lives, shut their businesses, and become good slaves. But a lot of us quickly got fed up with the tyranny as…

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How to Store Water for Emergency Preparedness (and Purification)

How to Store Water for Emergency Preparedness (and Purification) BY M.D. CREEKMORE for MD Creekmore Without the threat of severe weather or the need for immediate emergency medical care, potable water will be your first concern following any type of disaster. I always advise my consulting clients to strive for at least three independent sources of water for cooking and drinking. For example, stored water, a water well, and a rainwater collection system. I cannot stress enough the need for reliable water sources. Without water, most people will die in only…

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What, Me Homeschool? Here’s Why You Should Consider Homeschooling Your Children

What, Me Homeschool? Here’s Why You Should Consider Homeschooling Your Children by Linnea Johnson for The Organic Prepper Should you consider homeschooling? Have you ever asked yourself what might possess someone to homeschool instead of getting a free education in the public schools?  Have you, friends, or family members had less than desirable experiences in schools, whether public or private?  Have you known children who were different, perhaps had learning differences, or were bullied by other children or in my personal experience, even by the teacher, and did not thrive…

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10 Dehydrated Foods You Need in Your Food Pantry

10 Dehydrated Foods You Need in Your Food Pantry by TESS PENNINGTON for Ready Nutrition Creating a well-stocked food pantry to turn to for emergencies takes a lot of stress off our shoulders and helps you save money in the process! For centuries, dehydrating food has been used as a means of survival. Many consider this to be the most affordable preservation method and the best way to preserve the flavors of foods. No food storage pantry is complete without some dehydrated food. Dehydrated foods have been used for centuries to…

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The Pursuit of Adaptability and Resilience

The Pursuit of Adaptability and Resilience by Daisy Luther for The Organic Prepper I’ve written before about the importance of adaptabilityin the preparedness world. It’s one of those things that are so important you simply cannot overstate it. There were some comments on the article I wrote recently about the things I’d learned during the lockdownand it opens up a topic I’d like to discuss further. The commenters expressed disappointment that I had ditched most of my worldly possessions and headed off to wander the world and live the nomad…

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What Will Schools Look Like After COVID? Prison Camps. They’ll Look Like Prison Camps

What Will Schools Look Like After COVID? Prison Camps. They’ll Look Like Prison Camps by Daisy Luther for The Organic Prepper If you’ve been wondering what it will look like when the kids go back to school, one school in Quebec has released their new guidelines and they’re shocking. Apparently, schools are going to look a lot like prison camps. This is another example of how things will not just “go back to normal.” Everything is changing, including life for our children. Here are the guidelines one school has laid out. Schools…

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Tempers Are Flaring Over Lockdown, Masks, and Money: Is All-Out Civil Unrest About to Erupt?

Tempers Are Flaring Over Lockdown, Masks, and Money: Is All-Out Civil Unrest About to Erupt? by Daisy Luther for The Organic Prepper Across the nation, tempers are flaring over the continued lockdowns in many parts of America, and also on the requirement to wear masks in public. I wrote previously about the possibility of civil unrest over the lockdowns, and unfortunately, it appears that’s where we’re headed. The longer the lockdowns are continued, the more likely it is that we are going to see violence erupt. People seem unable or unwilling…

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5 Nutritious, fast-growing vegetables that you need in your home garden

5 Nutritious, fast-growing vegetables that you need in your home garden By Divina Ramirez for Prevention Not all vegetables take several months to mature. Even if you’re not an experienced gardener, there are plenty of vegetables that you can harvest in no time. From leafy greens to root vegetables, here are five of the easiest vegetables to grow. (h/t to ThePrepperJournal.com) Spinach A must-have leafy green vegetable, spinach provides several heart-healthy nutrients like potassium, magnesium, iron and zinc. It is also an excellent source of vitamin A that protects against poor eyesight and eventual…

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7 Great Exercises To Build A Healthy Spine & Relieve Sciatica

7 Great Exercises To Build A Healthy Spine & Relieve Sciatica By Joe Martino for Natural Blaze In our current age of excessive sitting and sedentary lifestyles, back pain is an incredibly common problem — one that I experience myself quite a bit when I don’t take the necessary steps to keep my body loose. About 10 years ago I was digging a pond in my backyard. The project involved an incredible about of digging, lifting, and moving of over 1000 lbs of rock, and I managed to push hundreds of pounds of…

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