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Category: Emergency Preparedness

Oct
15
Michael Snyder

The things that I am going to share with you in this article are definitely very alarming.  But if you live in a wealthy neighborhood and are always surrounded by other wealthy individuals that never have to worry about missing a meal, then some of the numbers in this article may not ring true to you. 

Oct
15
Mac Slavo

If you lose power, knowing how to easily make an oil lamp out of items you may already have could help provide the comfort of some lighting when things go dark. Oil lamps have been around since ancient times, and while they may be a lost art to some, for preppers, they are incredibly useful tools.

Oct
14
Mac Slavo

The housing market has started flashing a recession warning. The gap between home prices and income are currently pointing to a recession by the 2020 election.

Oct
9
Michael Snyder

We are in the process of committing national financial suicide, and most Americans don’t seem to care.  As you will see below, the federal budget deficit for the fiscal year that ended on September 30th was the largest in 7 years.  In fact, it was actually 26 percent larger than last year. 

Oct
8
Mac Slavo

Prepping isn’t always about survival when the SHTF.  There are times when we need to prepare for the bad things that could happen tomorrow.  Because of that, here are a few ways to protect your online accounts from hacking.

Oct
8
Mac Slavo

Business economists in the United States are continuing to lose faith in the “booming” economy. Many are saying that there will be a sharp slowdown in economic activity in the last few months of this year and into next year.

Oct
7
Mac Slavo

A health expert is warning that this year’s flu shot is most likely going to be just as ineffective as last year’s vaccine. The flu often becomes active in October in the United States, and with this shot looking like it’s another failure, it could be a difficult flu season for some.

Oct
5

As winter approaches, it is important to boost the immune system and give it the upper hand when fighting off the nasty viruses that cause a cold or the flu. Fire cider is an excellent option! It is an immune-boosting health tonic that’s been used for decades to naturally protect against cold and flu and ease […]

Oct
3
Mac Slavo

The media and the World Health Organization continue to remind us that the globe is long overdue for a major pandemic.  But a new study has declared that there are places you can hide if this sort of SHTF scenario does play out.

Oct
1
Mac Slavo

It’s time to get your winter survival kit upgraded and thoroughly audited. Before the first winter storm hits, you should audit your car’s winter survival kit to make sure you’ve got what you need and nothing is missing or expired.

Oct
1
Mac Slavo

As the United States government continues to pile up debt, most states are following in its footsteps. Total state government debt now stands at $1.49 trillion with 40 states lacking sufficient funds to pay their bills according to Truth in Accounting’s (TIA) Financial State of the States report.

Sep
30

Impeachment mania is reaching a fever pitch in Washington, and as I reported a couple of days ago, the Democrats are hoping to have articles of impeachment ready for a House vote around Thanksgiving.  But in order to impeach the president of the United States, you need to have an impeachable offense first, and even if everything that is being alleged is 100 percent true there is simply no impeachable offense in this case.

Sep
28
Mac Slavo

Flooding can cause massive damage to your home and property, and there isn’t a whole that can be done to mitigate those costs if you haven’t prepared.  If you live in a flood-prone region, it’s crucial to make a plan now to protect your family and pets in case bad weather strikes.

Sep
26
Charles Hugh Smith

This is how they silence us: your content has been secretly flagged as being “unsafe,” i.e. “guilty of anti-Soviet thoughts;” poof, you’re gone.

Sep
26
Mac Slavo

Google’s new Nest Hub Max is a smart display unit that comes equipped with a 6.5-megapixel facial recognition camera that identifies you and monitors all your actions – inside your own home. And the Orwellian icing on the cake is that it is not equipped with a physical shutter to forcibly prevent it from monitoring what’s happening in your home.

Sep
25
Mac Slavo

A majority of the ultra-wealthy Americans are seeing the possibility of a recession by 2020 and they are taking steps to prepare themselves now.  Many are hoarding cash and others are shifting their portfolios to protect themselves and their wealth when it finally hits the fan.

Sep
25
Mac Slavo

The massive wave of store closures and layoffs in the retail sector has gotten so bad this year, it’s been dubbed the “retail apocalypse.” But not only is it causing problems in the economy, Goldman Sachs thinks it is still likely to get much worse.

Sep
24
Mac Slavo

The United States government’s total public debt outstanding has reached $22.6 trillion with a few days left to go in the government’s 2019 fiscal year.  And that is not taking into account any of the unfunded liabilities (politicians’ promises to steal money and redistribute it).

Sep
24
Mac Slavo

This is the season for canning! As we gather our harvests for the year to store for winter, it’s important to note the few dangers of canning so we can keep ourselves and families safe and healthy.

Sep
23
Daniel Taylor

A 2018 paper written by prominent law professor Larry Backer of Penn State discussed the ways in which a social credit system could be implemented in the West. Backer writes that the shift in law with this system will “…change the focus of public law from the Constitution and rule of law to analytics and algorithm…”

Sep
23
Mac Slavo

The S&P 500 is in an earnings recession for the first time in three years, and it’s expected to get even worse. Analysts surveyed by FactSet currently project a steeper drop for the third quarter, with estimates calling for a 3.95% decline on average. 

Sep
23
Mac Slavo

David Rosenberg, the Gluskin Sheff chief economist and strategist, is warning that a recession is coming. Rosenberg says economic growth in the United States will turn negative sooner than most investors anticipate and the Federal Reserve is powerless.

Sep
23
Michael Snyder

If you ask the mainstream media, they will tell you that about half the country is still middle class.  In fact, a CNBC article that just came out says that “52% of American adults live in ‘middle class’ households”. 

Sep
21
Tom Beck

In September 2018, I bought 50 ounces of gold eagles at $1,200. The following week, gold hit $1,180 and I issued an exclusive alert in the newsletter, along with this REPORT, in which I called the bottom. I’ve never done that before, but the research was so accurate that it would have been a sin not to.

Sep
20
Mac Slavo

The World Health Organization says that the chances of the globe suffering from a worldwide pandemic continue to increase.  But along with the increased risk of a global outbreak is the fact that humanity is far from ready for it to happen.

Sep
20
John W. Whitehead

It’s all a lie. There can be no free speech for the citizenry when the government speaks in a language of force. What is this language of force?

Sep
19
Mac Slavo

For the first time in three years, the S&P 500 is in an earnings recession. And that’s not the worst news.  Economists expect it to only get worse as the year progresses.

Sep
19
Mac Slavo

Because credit card rates are so much higher now than they were in the past, even a mild recession could crush those who carry credit card debt.  The current national average interest rate on credit cards is 17.61%, just shy of the record set in July. By comparison, the average credit card charged about 13% when the Great Recession began.

Sep
19
Michael Snyder

What in the world is the Federal Reserve doing?  For months the Fed has been trying to publicly convince us that the U.S. economy is “strong”, and Fed Chair Jerome Powell recently unequivocally stated that “the Federal Reserve is not currently forecasting a recession”, but the Fed’s actions tell a completely different story. 

Sep
18
Tyler Durden

20 minutes after today’s repo operation began, it concluded and there was some bad news in it: as we feared, yesterday’s take-up of the Fed’s repo operation which peaked at $53.2 billion has expanded substantially, and according to the Fed, today there was a whopping $80.05BN in bids submitted, an increase of $27 billion, or 50% more than yesterday.

Sep
18
Mac Slavo

Chief financial officers in the United States have started to prepare themselves and their finances for a recession. For the first time in several years, economic uncertainty is now their lead concern, replacing worries about the difficulty of hiring and retaining talented workers.

Sep
17
Tom Beck

Imagine that you were hibernating for 11 years – that in September 2008, you fell asleep and only awoke today. You haven’t been caught up in all the hype, the recession talk, Bitcoin, Brexit, the trade war, debt ceilings, Russian election meddling, and all the ENDLESS news feeds we receive daily. They’re like little needles, piercing little dots on our backs, NON-STOP. You have slept through all of it, though.

Sep
16
Mac Slavo

Even though the signs of problems are visible in the economy, consumer spending surged in the month of August.  Americans upped their spending by 0.4% by buying cars and making purchases online.

Sep
16
Mac Slavo

Because of the “bloodbath” ongoing in the trucking industry right now, it’s important to realize just how much Americans are dependent on trucking. If truckers stopped working, grocery stores across the country would run out of food in just three days. 

Sep
16
Mac Slavo

A former congressman from Texas, Dr. Ron Paul, says that the United States won’t be the exception when negative interest rates crush the economy. Dr. Paul is warning negative interest rates are coming, and the Federal Reserve cannot stop it.

Sep
16
Lior Gantz

What a daylight slaughter that was. In one day, the price of silver went down by a full $1, a 5% correction. At the same time, the cartel slayed gold by $33, a 2.1% drop.

Sep
14
Mac Slavo

Tackling your heating bill this winter is one way to save money and there are some easy ways to do it!  Lowering your heating costs can help you by having a little more disposable income to use for preps or to buy precious metals, or to stash away in a “rainy day fund.”

Sep
10
Mac Slavo

The federal government’s jobs report has confirmed that truckers are losing their jobs by the thousands. According to preliminary payroll numbers reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics last week, around 4,500 trucking jobs were eliminated in the month of August alone. 

Sep
10
Mac Slavo

Preparing for an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) has not been on the radar for many of us lately.  As we focus on our financial prepping for the next inevitable economic downturn, it is often easy to forget that a few other threats still loom. 

Sep
10
Michael Snyder

It’s happening again.  Just like last time around, the head of the Federal Reserve is telling us that there won’t be a recession even though all of the evidence suggests otherwise. 

Sep
9
Sara Tipton

It’s already difficult enough for some who live in dangerous cities to protect their property while at home, but it’s even more difficult when you’re away. There are a few things you can do though, to prepare your property for an extended absence – but first, you must think like a burglar.

Sep
9
Tyler Durden

Over the next three years, 120 million workers in the world’s 12 biggest economies may need to be retrained as a result of widespread adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation in the workplace, according to a new IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) study.

Sep
7
Mac Slavo

Often people assume prepping or getting ready for an emergency is expensive, and it certainly can be. However, there are still some things that can be done before the SHTF to help raise your chances of survival that don’t cost anything.

Sep
6
Mac Slavo

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” the U.S. will experience negative interest rates.  “You’re seeing it pretty much throughout the world. It’s only a matter of time before it’s more in the United States,” Greenspan said.

Sep
5
Mac Slavo

Bank of America strategist is warning that we should enjoy 2019 right now, while we still can.  A note led by top strategist Michael Hartnett, says investors will have to grapple with the long-running bull market as it limps into 2020 because the “big top is coming down.”

Sep
4
Tyler Durden

Australian special police forces seized a total of 475 guns across the country in a week-long crackdown on illegal firearms, according to AAP (via Yahoo).

Sep
3
Mac Slavo

Democrat (Communist) and presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke said on Labor Day that AR-15 and AK-47 owners will have to give up their firearms if he is elected president.  The Communists and political masters are coming for your guns, and are no longer mincing words about it.

Sep
3
Tess Pennington

These tropical storms are extreme and have the capacity to cripple our entire way of life. They are erratic in nature in terms of where they land, the types of damages sustained, and if there will be disasters in the aftermath, such as water-borne diseases, bug infestations, etc.

Sep
2
Mac Slavo

American consumers’ sentiment has officially reached their tipping point.  It’s time to brace for the impending recession.

Aug
31
Mac Slavo

With hurricane season in full swing as many brace for tropical storm Dorian’s arrival, most don’t want to be left in a bad situation waiting on help from the government that may not ever come. If you live in a hurricane zone, you may want to consider boosting your preps for one if you haven’t already.

Aug
30
Mac Slavo

Another recession warning has surfaced.  The wealthier Americans have cut back on their consumerism and spending, which could be a signal that the recession is right around the corner. 

Aug
30
Tracey Watson

Bill Gates has been hounded for years by allegations that he is a strong supporter of depopulation. Despite being praised by some as a philanthropist and humanitarian, the reality is that Gates’ actions have proved time and time again that he is actively invested in reducing the global population by whatever means necessary.

Aug
27
Mac Slavo

Because there are many indicators pointing to an imminent economic recession, it is important to be prepared.  Whether you are facing a job loss or a reduction in income, it is imperative that you take the appropriate measures to make things as comfortable as possible when the economy finally crashes. 

Aug
26
Tess Pennington

The mind is a very powerful muscle in the body. In fact, it’s the strongest muscle and has the capacity to make or break you. It can either propel you through a challenge or paralyze you into inaction.

Aug
26
Mac Slavo

Even though no one quite knows when exactly the upcoming recession will strike, economist Harry Holzer says newer college graduates are among the first to be targeted by employers in an economic downturn.  Their lack of experience in the workplace makes them less valuable than others. 

Aug
26
Michael Snyder

Are things about to break loose in a major way?  At the end of last week, the trade war between the United States and China escalated dramatically, and investors all over the globe really started freaking out.

Aug
24
Mac Slavo

Sometimes when we put our bug out bags together, we forget some things that could be highly useful if something goes wrong.  Of course, you may or may not need these items or be compelled to add them to your bug out bag, but perhaps if nothing else, you’ll remember something that could be useful for your situation.

Aug
23

In the past couple of weeks, I have received a rush of emails asking about the sudden flood of recession and economic crash talk in the media.  Does this abrupt 180-degree turn by the MSM (and global banks) on the economy warrant concern?  Yes, it does.

Aug
23
Mac Slavo

We all use toothpaste.  Most of us have some in our home right now.  But there are some odd ways you can use toothpaste after the SHTF, or before if you so desire!

Aug
20
Mac Slavo

Preparing in advance for the upcoming winter is important for those who live in areas where blizzards and the subsequent power outages occur frequently. It is vital to have some stored food and water just in case you’re left without power and there is no way to get out and about, but make sure you take a few other things into consideration as well. 

 
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