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U.S. Army Manual for Internment Camps

Written by Gary North on May 4, 2012

The acronym I/R is military jargon for internment and relocation. The U.S. Army in 2010 produced a manual in I/R for the Military Police. It has been leaked. It is designed for control in Third World nations. If taken at face value, this means that the Army expects to have troops stationed permanently all over […]

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Smart Meters, Terrorist Hackers, and a Power Grid Collapse

Written by Gary North on May 4, 2012

The worst-case scenatio used to be nuclear war. That involved the USA vs. the USSR. Today, the two worst-case scenarios in the modern world are these: (1) terrorist use of biological weapons in several cities at the same time; (2) a terrorist attack on the power grid. These are home-brew operations. The potential perpetrators cannot […]

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DuPont’s Armored Car Kit: Selling Like Hotcakes

Written by Gary North on April 23, 2012

Now, here’s an item that preparationists have not spotted: your own armored car. This would have warmed the cockles of  Bugsie Siegel’s heart. A bulletproof Kia. Just what the doctor ordered — if the doctor lives in Brazil. Sao Paulo does not live up to its namesake: St. Paul. It’s more like St. Valentine, as […]

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Liquid Tide: Black Market Money

Written by Gary North on March 23, 2012

Around the USA, thieves are stealing bottles of liquid Tide. I did a Google search for these three words: liquid Tide theft. I got a lot of hits. The thieves could steal anything. Why are they stealing Tide? Because Tide functions as a black market currency. To function as currency, a commodity needs the following: […]

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Flying Drones With Anthrax: Coming to a City Near You?

Written by Gary North on March 14, 2012

Drones keep getting cheaper. They keep getting more invasive. We read on the NPR site: But imagine thousands of drones flying over U.S. skies — something we may see in just a few years. In February, President Obama signed an aviation bill requiring the Federal Aviation Administration to make plans to integrate drones into American […]

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Black Markets and Local Supplies

Written by Gary North on March 7, 2012

What is a black market. It is defined as a market for goods that have been placed under controls by the government. Central banks can create digital money. But we cannot eat digital money. Governments cannot create wealth. They can restrict its sale for political purposes. This leads to the creation of black markets. The […]

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Lost Electrical Power for 9 Days. Good Practice.

Written by Gary North on March 5, 2012

Here is the story of a family that learned the basics of preparation. The power went down and stayed down. Without electrical power, our lifestyle changes fast. It gets bad, fast. Then it gets worse.  Now, it was time to put my action plan to the test. I got out all my heavy duty 12 […]

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Map of the Nuclear Waste Highways

Written by Gary North on February 22, 2012

Across America’s highways drive the nuclear truckers. We don’t think about them, but they are out there. Now there is a map that shows where the routes are. Most Americans have never seen this map. “Is that it?” My wife leans forward in the passenger seat of our sensible hatchback and points ahead to an […]

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