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May
22
Mac Slavo

The homeless crisis in a democrat’s paradise, Los Angeles, California, is not improving.  Rotting trash is piling up in one of the country’s most liberal cities making it look like a third world apocalyptic hellscape complete with disease infested rats.

May
22
Mac Slavo

The co-founder of Skype, Jaan Tallinn, is on a desperate mission to save the human race from the destruction of artificial intelligence.  Since 2007, Tallinn’s dedicated more than $1 million toward preventing super-smart AIs from replacing humans as Earth’s dominant species and from destroying humanity in the process.

May
22
Mac Slavo

An entirely decentralized network of self-defense rights advocates have taken to the internet to provide plans for 3D-printed guns.  It looks like the 3D guns are unregulatable and unstoppable. They’re anonymously sharing the blueprints and advice while simultaneously building an unstoppable community.

May
22
Mac Slavo

The United States Navy wants to archive 350 billion social media posts in order to conduct “research.” What exactly does the military want to study? “Modes of collective expression.”

May
22
Mac Slavo

As the economy frays, companies close retail stores, and other layoff workers, Americans are going further into debt.  In fact, the United States household debt has now reached all-time record highs.

May
22
Tyler Durden

U.S. existing home sales slumped for the 13th straight month in March, but the pressures on the national housing market have yet to translate into cheaper rents: To wit, average national rent climbed 3% YoY in April, and 0.3% from the prior month, according to Yardi Matrix data cited by RentCafe.

May
21
Tyler Durden

So – once again we’re playing a game of “which former Obama administration official is lying?” 

May
21
Mac Slavo

Ford Motor Co. is finishing up their final round of layoffs today. About 7,000 workers worldwide are losing their jobs in this “booming economy” as unsold vehicles continue to pile up in the once empty parking lots of closed retail establishments.

May
21
Mac Slavo

A new report has just declared that the cost to each American family for the trade war’s tariffs will be about $2000. The tariffs could add up to a substantial tax hike on the American consumer.

May
21
Mac Slavo

The dystopian future George Orwell warned us all about in his iconic novel, 1984 has quickly become our reality. Widespread facial surveillance in the “land of the free” is an “imminent reality.”

May
21
Mac Slavo

Earthquakes that cannot be felt are being recorded in record numbers just south of Seattle, Washington. Quakes 20 miles below our feet are slowly releasing, and have been since early April.

May
21
Mac Slavo

Reliable statistics on migrant-related crimes in Spain are unavailable because the data compiled by the Spanish Interior Ministry on specific categories of crimes (homicide, rape, robbery, etc.) do not break down the offenders by nationality. But what is known, is that the surge in migrant crime is a textbook case of political correctness run amok.

May
21
John W. Whitehead

Those coming of age today will face some of the greatest obstacles ever encountered by young people.They will find themselves overtaxed, burdened with excessive college debt, and struggling to find worthwhile employment in a debt-ridden economy on the brink of implosion. Their privacy will be eviscerated by the surveillance state. They will be the subjects of a military empire constantly waging war against shadowy enemies and government agents armed to the teeth ready and able to lock down the country at a moment’s notice.

May
20
Michael Snyder

The middle of the country has never seen anything quite like this.  As 2019 began, the central portion of the nation was relentlessly hammered by bitter cold and massive snow storms, and many were hoping for better things once spring arrived.  But then in March the flooding began, and it hasn’t stopped since. 

May
20
Mac Slavo

A geologist has said that if the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts, it would destroy most of the United States, all but wiping the country off of the map. Dr. Jerzy Zaba is importantly not predicting that the volcano is going to erupt soon, but simply stating that it does have the power to destroy humanity and life as we know it.

May
20
Mac Slavo

If the United States’ central bank, the Federal Reserve, stops printing money, the stock market will crash. However, the continual printing of money could cause a crash of its own. Either way, we are in a lose-lose situation when it comes to the decisions made by central bankers.

May
20
Mac Slavo

The United States’ “nuclear coffin” could be leaking radioactive sludge into the Pacific Ocean.  The coffin holds the radioactive waste from testing nuclear weapons during the Cold War and could be causing untold damage to the ecology and marine life in the sea.

May
20
Mac Slavo

For nearly half of Americans in the workforce, financial disaster would occur from missing just one paycheck. As people continue to live above their means, if the worst happens and they lose their job, many would fall back on dangerous options to make ends meet instead of cutting back their lifestyle.

May
20
Tyler Durden

The EU Commission is taking some heat on Twitter after its account tweeted a message that some blasted for perhaps unwittingly echoing “Orwellian” themes from George Orwell’s seminal novel 1984.

May
19
Mac Slavo

When antibiotics prove ineffective against an E. coli infection, as many as half the patients with it die within two weeks. And because of the overuse of antibiotics by Western medicine, many infectious bacteria have evolved to survive the medications we use.  This the official “death of antibiotics.”

May
18
Mac Slavo

As preppers, we like to share important tips when we come across them.  One trick that could help us all immensely when the SHTF is knowing how to start a fire with wet wood: one of the most frustrating things on Earth.

May
17
Mac Slavo

Self-made billionaire, Mark Cuban says that as of right now, Donald Trump cannot be beaten in 2020. Cuban says that not one of the Democrats currently running for president has a chance of knocking Trump off the throne.

May
17
Daisy Luther

Most of the time, no one actually expects the S to HTF on that particular day. Most folks don’t go through their lives expecting one specific disastrous event to occur, and then have it unfold according to a predetermined script.

May
17
Vicki Batts

Does cannabis cure cancer? If you were to believe the pharmaceutical industry and their mainstream media pawns, the answer would be an emphatic “No.” According to them, the health benefits of cannabis are nothing more than myths conjured up by hopeful stoners. Yet, there are countless stories of people who’ve successfully treated any number of debilitating health conditions with cannabis — ranging from cancer to seizure disorders.

May
16
Mac Slavo

Ponzi schemes like social security will be even less solvent than ever should the birth rate in the United States continue to decline at such a rapid rate. As the population ages, there won’t be enough workers to pay for the aging population, and the Ponzi scheme will finally be exposed.

May
16
Mac Slavo

The mainstream media in the United States has made a shift in the past few decades.  Now, they appeal to emotions as opposed to reporting the facts. This “cultural schizophrenia” is tearing the U.S. apart at the seams.

May
16
Mac Slavo

Even though the unemployment rate is historically low, delinquencies on automobile loans have spiked to levels not seen since the 2009 Great Recession.  People are increasingly failing to make payments on their vehicle loans and a horrifying number of those delinquent on their car are over 90 days past due.

May
16
Kurt Nimmo

A Reuters story published on Tuesday mentions the next false flag incident to move the war against Iran forward.

May
15
Jeremiah Johnson

Safety pins.  Simple little things, yet so much can be done with them.  I highly recommend toting at least a half dozen with you of various sizes, large to small.  They cost practically nothing.  Here’s the tip: Take the safety pins: learn and practice what you can do with them.

May
15
Mac Slavo

The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday in a downbeat report that the United States’ industrial production slumped in April. The Fed’s report also included sharp downward revisions for other important segments of the U.S. economy.

May
15
Mac Slavo

The central banks of the world have been buying up gold at the fastest rate in 6 years. This is flashing warning signs for the future of the United States dollar.

May
15
Mac Slavo

Chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital sees the chances of a recession within the next two years as “extremely high,” he said on an asset-allocation webcast on Tuesday.  Gundlach says there are obvious weaknesses beginning to become visible in the United States economy.

May
15
Tyler Durden

In a series of editorials and op-ed articles published Monday and Tuesday, Chinese state media slammed what it labeled the Trump administration’s “greed and arrogance”, called for a “people’s war” targeting the US “with precision” as China begins a “fight for a new world.”

May
14
Mac Slavo

According to the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Debt Management, the U.S. government is just five years away from the point of no return.  With the national debt spiraling quickly out of control, there are only a few years left before every single dollar the government borrows will go toward funding interest payments on the national debt.

May
14
Mac Slavo

WhatsApp has asked users to update their systems after a malicious attack.  The cyber attack is complete with all the hallmarks of a “government-sponsored surveillance” attempt.

May
14
Mac Slavo

There are many items preppers suggest you stockpile and hoard in the event that something goes wrong. Aluminum foil is one of those items, and it can be used for more than just our tin foil hats!

May
14
Mac Slavo

American farmers are being pushed to the brink by government policies.  Most have had enough of the trade war and are increasingly becoming impatient with their financial instability and worsening regulatory burdens placed on their backs.

May
14
Mac Slavo

Millennials are becoming increasingly broke and miserable, and one could guess that the huge student loan debt so many have burdened themselves with could be part of the problem.  But it isn’t just that; Millennials have fallen victim to conditioned behaviors and are addicted to keeping up with their peers.

May
14
Tyler Durden

After a month of shortages, Cuban authorities announced Friday the rationed the sale of chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap, and other essential items, “to avoid hoarding and ensure greater access.”

May
13
John Vibes

This month, George Orwell’s legendary novel Nineteen Eighty-Four turns 70 years old, and the warnings contained within the story are now more relevant than ever. Orwell’s predictions were so spot on that it almost seems like it was used as some type of accidental instruction manual for would-be tyrants.

May
13
Mac Slavo

While censoring conservative voices, Google pushes extreme leftist media stories to the top of their “Top Stories.” This provides users with articles from left-leaning news organizations such as CNN 62.4 percent of the time while only showing a conservative media outlet’s story 11.3% of the time.

May
13
Mac Slavo

American journalist Matt Taibbi has said that the American press began its rapid decline during the Monica Lewinsky scandal that rocked Bill Clinton during his presidency. The mainstream media is no longer even attempting to portray objectivity, but simply “packaging anger” for the brainwashed American public.

May
13
Mac Slavo

Goldman Sachs has come out and said president Donald Trump’s tariffs have had a bigger impact on consumer prices than originally thought. Additionally, the bank has said what the rest of us already know: the tariffs are being paid entirely by United States businesses and consumers; not the Chinese government.

May
13
Mike Adams

Ammoland recently ran an article by a fake prepper group that claims you don’t need to stockpile ammo since you can’t fight a national military invasion anyway. The group — which is obviously a front run by the anti-American intelligence community — claims to cite scientific evidence that “proves” you don’t need to stockpile ammo. Among this sketchy evidence is the claim that police officers in New York City “fire an average of only two point nine shots per [shooting] incident.”

May
12
Mac Slavo

The wall street bear who claimed that an economic recession in 2019 will be “virtually unavoidable” has doubled down on his assessment.  He warning that the corporate buybacks will fuel the next recession.

May
11
Mac Slavo

Manuka Honey is unique to New Zealand and to obtain pure Manuka Honey is a specialized task for beekeepers. It’s produced by bees who pollinate the flower Leptospermum scoparium, commonly known as the manuka bush, and it’s antibacterial properties are what set it apart from traditional honey, and why it might be a good item to store in your prepper pantry.

May
10
Mac Slavo

Auto dealers are attempting to deal with 4.2 million unsold cars.  As the vehicles that no one wants to or cannot afford to buy stack up, the mainstream media continues to say the economy is “robust” and “booming.” Abandoned factories, forgotten shopping malls, and undeveloped parcels of land have become parking lots full of new […]

May
10
Mac Slavo

Mortgage rates have slumped once again, and are now stretching into the third straight week of decreases. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.10% in the May 9 week, Freddie Mac said Thursday. 

May
10
Mac Slavo

When the average everyday American begins to have trouble paying their bills, it’s most often a sign that the economy is not doing that well and we’ve reached that point.  Credit card delinquencies have now reached and 8-year high, with no reprieve in sight.

May
10
Mac Slavo

According to a new study conducted by the Food and Drug Administration, the chemicals in sunblock don’t just sit on the surface of your skin.  Instead, they seep into the bloodstream causing unknown side effects and possible hormone disruptions.

May
9
Mac Slavo

The perhaps unintended consequences of the Trump Administration’s trade war on China will be rising food prices for the American consumer. Food could also become scarcer as it becomes more expensive to move it around globally.

May
9
Michael Snyder

If it seems like about half the country is on drugs, that is because it is actually true.  According to a new survey from the National Center for Health Statistics, almost half of all Americans have taken a pharmaceutical drug within the past 30 days, and that officially makes us “the most medicated country in the world.”  

May
9
Mac Slavo

After the post about vinegar went up, there were quite a few questions on a few things, and I will attempt to tackle them one at a time.  Many had asked for a more detailed explanation on water bath canning with vinegar to preserve food.

May
9
Tyler Durden

Four words from Donald Trump during his Panama City Beach rally on Wednesday night is all it took for the rug to be pulled from under markets: “China broke the deal” Trump said with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on route to Washington for two days of talks, and then said another three to cement the sell-off: “They’ll be paying.” 

May
8
Mac Slavo

The censorship of conservatives and those who buck the status quo is ongoing and increasing in intensity. Twitter has now suspended pro-Trump accounts such as MAGAphobia, which was set up to track violence against president Donald Trump’s supporters.

May
8
Sara Tipton

Shopping for vegetable seeds, whether online or locally, you will come across two different types: hybrid and heirloom. It’s important to always choose heirloom if you can, and there are several reasons for this

May
8
Mac Slavo

The mayor of Los Angeles, a city with a burgeoning homeless population, wants to “help” by painting murals of those who don’t have permanent homes. Only in Los Angeles could an idea so ridiculous be hailed as a means to “tackle” the homeless crisis gripping our nation.

May
8
Mac Slavo

The time is now to begin preparing for the next financial recession – if you haven’t already. Very soon, it will be too late, as preparations for economic downturns often take a year or more.

May
8
Mac Slavo

The stock market plunged yesterday amid fears of a renewed and intense trade war with China. After months of the “calm before the storm,” United States equity markets dropped sharply on Tuesday as traders prepared for an escalation of the U.S.-China trade war complete with more tariffs (taxes on the American consumer).

May
8
Mac Slavo

The Trump Administration is looking into altering how it determines the national poverty level, which may put some Americans at risk of losing access to welfare programs, according to Bloomberg. The move might occur from changing how inflation is calculated in the “official poverty measure” according to a regulatory filing by White House Office of Management and Budget. That formula has been used for decades to try and determine where the poverty line is and what people qualify for social programs and federal benefits.

 
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