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Little did we know at the time, 9/11 was not a normal day of blue sky aviation. On the contrary, it was one of the busiest days in the history of American aviation, a dense forest of live fly exercises, drills, simulations, fake radar injects and utter confusion. And that was before the attacks even began. This is the story of 9/11 that you didn’t watch unfold on your TV that fateful day in 2001. This is the story of the 9/11 War Games.
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Scientists who would like to speak out about the harmful effects of climate engineering (chemtrails) are being threatened and gagged as Wigington points out, U.S. government scientists have no First Amendment protection–none. Now, there is a federal gag order on all National Weather Service and all NOAA employees. How much more obvious is this situation, and they are trying to plug leaks in the ship. We have environmental scientists being fired all over. Canada has let go a huge number of their scientists. Continue reading “Former CNN Reporter Greg Hunter Exposes Climate Engineering”

freelinuxdistros primaryPC World – by Ian Paul, March 14, 2014

Windows XP’s refugees have two choices on April 8, when Microsoft stops supporting the decade-old operating system (for consumers, anyway). This is assuming a new PC with a new operating system (even Windows 7) is, for whatever reason, out of the question. They could cling desperately to their old Windows XP system and face what could be a hacker feeding frenzy, something we don’t recommend even if you take precautions. Or they could keep the old PC but install a new, free, and safe operating system—otherwise known as Linux.   Continue reading “Having IE problems? Consider Linux alternatives for Windows”

You can't always carry a weapon to defend yourself but with a little creativity and some training, there are many discreet weapons you can improvise. Survival

Let’s face it: it would be nice to be able to carry a concealed firearm with you wherever you go to be able to protect yourself and your family from any of the millions of crazy people in the world who don’t have your best interests in mind. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible.

Some governments have decided that it is up to only a chosen few to be able to do that and if you’re not lucky enough to be one of those chosen few, you need to hope that you happen to have one in the room if something happens – and hope they can take care of it on their own.   Continue reading “5 discreet weapons you can carry (almost) anywhere”

Communications go down even in short emergencies. How would you communicate with your family or get help during a disaster or if SHTF? How to communicate when the world goes silent. Survival

So if you found yourself in the middle of a wide-scale disaster such as a hurricane or other catastrophe and you had no government coming to help for a while, how would you communicate with your family or others? What if the power grid went down?

You won’t be able to rely on your cell phone. There are alternatives, however.   Continue reading “How to communicate when the world goes silent”

Quality survival gear isn't always expensive. By choosing carefully, you can find gear for your kit or as a gift. Here are 12 essential survival items for your bug out bag or camping equipment, all under $12. -- Survival

Prepping can sometimes cost a lot of money and a lot of you really like when I post about gear (even though you really should be spending your time and money on skills more than stuff).

Because my EDC kit (every day carry) – the cheap way article was so popular, I thought maybe you’d appreciate a quick article about some inexpensive things you can get under $10 that are worth more than $10 – and that you could actually find useful. This is an entirely different idea from the 9 freakin’ awesome ideas for your bug out bag article that I wrote previously, which was intended to get you to think outside the box about what you carry.   Continue reading “12 essential survival items under $12”

If you're trying to defend a homestead or bug out location with a small group, you need to improve your odds by what are called force multipliers. One of the best ways to fight like a larger group is to prepare your battlespace ... How to defend your bug out location: Preparing your battlespace - Survival

If you’re trying to defend a homestead or bug out location with a small group, you need to improve your odds by what are called force multipliers.  One of the best ways to fight like a larger group is to prepare your battlespace.

My Army buddy Mikey and I were tossing around ideas about tactical advantage in a SHTF scenario and as usual, he had some great points. He has a long history of tactical training and experience so I like to bounce ideas off him when it comes to things like that. He’s smarter than he looks. Rangers usually are.   Continue reading “How to defend your bug out location: Preparing your battlespace.”

10 great games to learn survival or prepper skills mainGray Wolf Survival – by Gray Wolf

So I got in a discussion on facebook the other day about paintball being a training aid for preppers. Someone was saying that it wasn’t worth the time. I disagreed, which is usually what I do when people don’t know what they’re talking about.

So somewhere in my noggin that conversation was swimming around and I woke up this morning and said,

Self, …

(That’s what I call myself when I’m sober: Self. When I’m not-so-sober, I have a tendency to change my autobiographical nomenclature.)    Continue reading “10 great games to learn survival or prepper skills”

Tent tech has come a long way. Here are 9 great tents for your backpack or bug out bag that will make camping more survivable - and more enjoyable ... 9 ultralight backpacking tent for hiking or bug out bags - Survival

If you had to leave home quickly, as a prepper you’d probably have at least a cheap EDC kit on you and a small go bag that you could grab. There is certainly some utility in going ultra-light like that but unfortunately that system doesn’t allow you to have much of a shelter and you can only expect to be able to live with just that gear if you’ve spent a lot of time learning a lot of survival skills.

Sure, you might get lucky and find something out there or just toss up a cheap tarp, but what if you needed more? Staying in what we call in the army ‘the suck’ is one thing, but planning on having your life suck is entirely something else. Sleeping in just a bivy sack might be fine for some but I’d like a bit more than that.   Continue reading “9 ultralight backpacking tents for hiking or your bug out bag”