"Drivers as well as their passengers in Topeka Kansas will soon be subject to a new policy requiring everyone to put their hands up during police stops. Police say they are implementing this policy because “we all want to go home to our families, and this makes it safer for us to approach vehicles to gain that compliance. It gives us a chance to survive these encounters.” However, the implications regarding this practice are horrid, and many residents are up in arms about being forced to be up in arms. “Every day somebody’s getting shot by a police officer, and it’s like ‘oh my goodness, will I be next?’, or will I be okay?” said one resident. Local officers are citing the three tragic shooting deaths of officers in a two year period as the reasoning behind this policy. “As we all know, we’ve lost three officers in less than 2 years and as a result of that we’ve had to take a hard look at the way we’re conducting business, particularly as it relates to car stops.” said TPD School Resource Officer Matt McClimans. While this policy may seem like it has good intentions, nearly every aspect associated with it is tyrannical. First of all, this “policy” was not approved by the taxpayers. No citizens got to vote on its implementation, and it is going to be enforced with potentially deadly force. Secondly, it treats ALL parties stopped by police as criminals. One resident summed it up perfectly by saying, “Make us feel safe, not automatically make us feel like criminals.”
(Sgt Trainer: Yet another step in the "conditioning" of people to "submit" to authority!)
"Discussing the United Nations’ recent classification of Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, as a likely carcinogen, Dr. Patrick Moore shot down an offer to drink a glass of the herbicide after initially telling a French filmmaker that humans could “drink a whole quart of it” without seeing any harmful effects. “You want to drink some?” the filmmaker asked. “We have some here.” After stating that he would “be happy to,” Moore quickly retracted while reiterating the product’s alleged safety. “I know it wouldn’t hurt me,” Moore said, adding that people trying to commit suicide with it “fail fairly regularly.” “So you are ready to drink one glass of glyphosate?” the filmmaker repeated. “No, I’m not an idiot,” Moore responded before eventually storming off set."
"2.3% of kids in Los Alamos public schools don’t get vaccinated. Their parents have received exemptions. That’s the highest rate of non-vaccination in the state. We’re talking about parents who work at the US Los Alamos Labs. People with advanced degrees in science. People who work for the federal government. You would think the vaccine rate in that environment would stand at 100%, no questions asked. What do these people know? Why are they opting out of vaccinations for their kids? Those are hard questions to answer. Very hard."
"This week President Obama took unilateral executive action — again — to change the nation’s immigration laws. Almost no one noticed. Obama intends to make it easier to bring more foreign guest workers to the United States — likely at significant cost to workers already here — by loosening the rules governing something known as the L-1B visa program. Under the program, a multinational company with offices in the United States can move workers from abroad to live and work in the U.S. for as long as five years in what is known as an intra-company transfer. There are almost no rules concerning what those workers can be paid, so there is no barrier to a company firing American employees and bringing in workers from foreign facilities to replace them at much lower pay."
"A truly stunning debasement of the U.S. justice system just occurred through the joint efforts of the Obama Justice Department and a meek and frightened Obama-appointed federal judge, Edgardo Ramos, all in order to protect an extremist neocon front group from scrutiny and accountability. The details are crucial for understanding the magnitude of the abuse here. This group of neocon extremists was literally just immunized by a federal court from the rule of law. That was based on the claim — advocated by the Obama DOJ and accepted by Judge Ramos — that subjecting them to litigation for their actions would risk disclosure of vital “state secrets.” The court’s ruling was based on assertions made through completely secret proceedings between the court and the U.S. government, with everyone else — including the lawyers for the parties — kept in the dark."
"In 1999 the world changed. The money trust, the law (commerical code/contract law, applicability of public/statutory presumptions, etc.), technology (nano-tech), and the general direction of the planet completely changed. In order to even remotely grasp what is happening you must disconnect your mind from the last century’s way of thinking. Failure to change the way you think will preclude you from seeing reality accurately. There is no money anymore, taxes are a thing of the past and no written law applies to you. So what we now have is a real brave new world. The purpose of this site is to simply show the extent at which they have leveraged nano-technology directly on you, how they control everyone on demand with it, and end the confusion around the subject of chemtrails and how they fit into the larger picture while showing how the media and movies are conditioning the mind of the general public."
"Pregnant women have been warned that a type of antibiotic could harm their unborn baby. Researchers from Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London have linked erythromycin pills with epilepsy and cerebral palsy. The study tracked the health of babies born to 200,000 British women. Overall, the babies born to women who took antibiotics were no more likely to develop epilepsy or cerebral palsy."
"Two particularly hungry, exotic termite species apparently have found love halfway around the world and the results are disturbing. Asian and Formosan subterranean termites are two of the most destructive termite species in the world, responsible for much of the estimated $40 billion in economic losses attributed to termites annually. Their habitat ranges overlap in lush South Florida, already home to a daunting number of invasive plant and animal species thriving where they should not. Each termite invaded Florida, probably through cargo shipments, several decades ago, but experts believed the colonies didn’t mingle because their aboveground mating swarms launched in different months. That is, until University of Florida researcher Thomas Chouvenc noticed something unusual about the termite swarms in his Fort Lauderdale neighborhood two years ago."
"An ex-pharmaceutical sales rep has come clean after fifteen years of being in the drug pushing business. In her powerful book, Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher, Gwen Olsen explains why she left her lucrative career selling drugs for some of the biggest names in the business – Johnson and Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories. Now she passionately advocates against the pharmaceutical industry, their unethical practices, and the hundreds of thousands of lives they lead to the grave. Gwen’s eyes were opened through a gradual course of tragic events. “It was an awakening process, a spiritual and consciousness process where I started observing what was happening, what some of the drugs were doing, the misinformation, the disinformation. I was being encouraged to minimize side effects when I talked to doctors. I started to realize that these patients were literally being tortured by the drugs,” states ex pharmaceutical rep Gwen Olsen. “There is no such thing as a safe drug,” she reiterates. Her book unveils her experience selling pharmaceuticals and the dirty secrets the industry doesn’t want anyone to know. Olsen explains that when drugs hit the market, no one knows even 50 percent of the side effects associated with the drug. Doctors are convinced of the drug’s effectiveness and their patients literally become test subjects or lab rats for the pharmaceutical companies. Olsen even confesses, “We were being trained to misinform people.”
"Federal officials plan to review the safety and evidence behind alternative remedies like Zicam and Cold-Eeze, products that are protected by federal law, but not accepted by mainstream medicine. The Food and Drug Administration says that it will hold a two-day meeting next month on regulations for homeopathic medicines, which have long occupied a place on the fringes of U.S. health care. Similar to dietary supplements, homeopathic products are not required to prove they are safe or effective before being sold on the market. But unlike supplements, homeopathic medicines state that they are designed to treat specific medical conditions."
"The announcement that California is rapidly running out of water has put new pressure on our most precious resource that could, in turn, force increased prices and shut down organic food production. Ultimately, it could even threaten the food supply. The recent warnings from NASA hydrologist Jay Famiglietti, based on satellite data of the groundwater supply as it is threatened by the ongoing drought, is only compounding the issues for farmers who have already been driven to cut back production as water is rerouted to cities and industries. State leaders are embracing a full on crisis, and there is no sign of letting up: At a news conference on March 19, 2015, California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon warned, “There is no greater crisis facing our state today than our lack of water.” In fact, there is no contingency plan if California runs out of water. Unless the situation changes, an all out war for water is coming. The first front is economic."
"Retired pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, a possible Republican presidential candidate, is weighing in on the contentious issue of mandatory vaccinations – asserting people shouldn’t be allowed to refuse shots on religious or philosophical grounds. “Although I strongly believe in individual rights and the rights of parents to raise their children as they see fit, I also recognize that public health and public safety are extremely important in our society, Carson said in a statement released to The Hill and BuzzFeed News. “Certain communicable diseases have been largely eradicated by immunization policies in this country and we should not allow those diseases to return by foregoing safe immunization programs, for philosophical, religious, or other reasons when we have the means to eradicate them.”
"There are some things that are great about the United States, and there are definitely some things that are not so great. Once upon a time we were the most loved and most respected nation on the entire planet, but those days are long gone. We have wrecked our economy, we have lost our values and we have fumbled away our future. But if you look close enough, you can still see many of the things that once made this country a shining beacon to the rest of the world. This article includes some weird facts, some fun facts, but also some very troubling facts. It has been said that a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, and hopefully as people enjoy reading the fun facts in this article they will also take note of the more serious facts. If we are ever going to change course as a nation, we need to come to grips with just how far we have fallen. The following are 33 strange facts about America that most Americans would be shocked to learn…"
"Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it had classified glyphosate, the United States’ most widely used herbicide chemical, as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” As if we need another reason to ban Roundup (which contains glyphosate), there is now evidence that the chemicals in Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide also cause antibiotic resistance in harmful bacteria like Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium. The study abstract states:"
"Every year, thousands of people are killed or injured in fires in the U.S. Many of these deaths and injuries can be prevented with knowledge of the nature of fire. You must understand the following:"
"I’ve been advocating the use of 550 paracord as a go-to cordage since long before I even began scribbling on this blog, and though I’ve never went into full detail with regards to why yet, I’ll be doing so here. There’s plenty of information online of course, it’s certainly already there for anyone who wants to learn, but I figured sticking all the useful information I could think of into one easy-to-browse source, like we did with our guide to batoning, might be helpful for quite a few people (Elise included). I’m hoping that any and every question you could have about paracord will be answered in this article, but if you do have any questions that weren’t answered here, take some time to post them in the comments section and I’ll be sure to answer them!"
"As editor for the Prepper Journal, I think it’s fair to say that I might think of Doomsday more than a lot of people. I think all preppers do to varying degrees. I try to imagine a world on the other side of collapse; a future that is soaked in chaos and anarchy, of people on the edge of survival. I think about these things not because I am a deviant psychopath bent on seeing the world burn while I assume some throne atop the wreckage of civilization; I think about the worst our society can become so I am hopefully able to plan in some way for contingencies like this. I figure if I plan for the absolute worst case scenario I will have at least spent some brain-power now trying to figure out solutions to the challenges in my imagination. If nothing happens, that is perfectly fine but I don’t want to be shell-shocked and unable to act if something horrible really does happen. In reality, that may be what happens regardless, but I do consider mental practice a worthwhile exercise."
"If you have a firearm and want or need a manual for it you may find what you need at the following links. I know a lot of folks buy guns at shows or auctions or even from private sellers or they inherit them and so they don’t have a manual for them. These two sites have loads of manuals. The first link is to Textfiles and they have a PD manual for every thing from Ak47 to Winchester superx2_practical_Addition. The second site is Forgotten Weapons and they have all sorts of manuals, they have them for English, Spanish, German, Chinese and other firearms so you may find a manual here that you just can’t find anywhere else. They also say that if you have a manual that you feel should be included you can share with them and they will add it. That is kind of cool because you may have something that others are looking for. If you have a lot of manuals check the comments for what others are looking for if you would like to help someone out."
"If we can all agree on one thing, it’s that the government and disaster organizations alike grossly underestimate how dependent the majority of the population is on them during and after a disastrous event takes place. We need not look any further than the last major disasters that have occurred to find our answers: the Haitian earthquake that occurred in 2010, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the 2011 super tornado of Joplin, MO, and even as recently as Hurricane Sandy. As preppers are well aware, when the needs of the population cannot be met in an allotted time frame, a phenomena occurs and the mindset shifts in people. They begin to act without thinking and respond to changes in their environment in an emotionally-based manner, thus leading to chaos, instability and a breakdown in our social paradigm. When you take the time to understand how a breakdown behaves and how it progresses, only then can you truly prepare for it."
"Welcome! I'm Jim's wife, mother to our two beautiful children, and also a serving military member dedicated to helping all women be prepared for anything that life may throw at us. You may be here because you're just getting started and looking for unbiased advice from another lady. Well self defense is near and dear to my heart, so let's get started! Becoming a well armed woman is going to take a little time. You'll need to learn about local gun laws and get a concealed carry license in your state. This is also known as a concealed handgun license (CHL) or carrying a concealed weapon (CCW). Of course you'll need the best concealed carry gun for you. You'll want to get a little marksmanship training and practice regularly. If you like to shop as much as I do you'll need a few accessories such as a concealed carry purse, or maybe a concealed carry holster. So, without further ado, here's how to go about getting all of this done."
"As solar panels, wind turbines and other forms of clean energy technologies continue to advance one key component continues to lag behind – the all-important battery. Without energy storage in the form of batteries, the clean energy created by these systems is very limited in its ability to provide energy when it is needed. Solar panels only produce power during the day and wind turbines only when the wind is blowing. The clean energy produced by our current systems is intermittent. Without cost effective and non-toxic storage systems our national electric grid will never be able to really capitalize on the integration of clean energy technologies due to the fact that the power these technologies produce simply cannot be stored and released as needed. In fact, for every large scale solar or wind farm built there is always a coal or natural gas plant running to pick up the slack for when the wind stops or the sun doesn’t shine. We need advanced storage systems, which as of yet, are unavailable; or available at a cost that would make clean energy technologies unaffordable and not able to be utilized on a national/global scale. Currently, the battery technologies for small-scale storage applications are Flooded Lead Acid, Sealed Lead Acid and Lithium Ion batteries. Lead Acid battery choices have been the standard for the last 50 years while Lithium Ion has emerged more recently."
"On this week’s episode of the Forward Observer Podcast (tune in below), I talked about the concept that “every patriot is a sensor.” That maxim comes from the Army, where every soldier is a sensor. Whether you’re on patrol, on guard duty, talking to detainees, or just being on base, every soldier has a responsibility to remain situationally-aware and observe his environment."
"I know a bunch of people who are on diets. I’ve been there myself. Overweight, needing to burn off some fat, control what I eat, etc. But having “been there and done that,” I realized that the goal of eating right and exercising changes if you stay with it long enough. That realization made me think about the folks I know who NEVER change their goal… but never seem to reach it either. One of those things that make you go, “Hmmm…..” So, what’s your goal? Have you reached it? Has it changed? Most of the people I know who “go on a diet” have the wrong goal in mind: they are trying to reach a particular weight. They usually haven’t given a lot of thought to what kind of shape they’ll be in when they get to that weight and they’ve usually never realized that it’s entirely possible to be that much lighter (whatever their goal weight is) and still be completely out of shape. The real goal should be to improve your overall level of fitness, lowering the amount of fat you have on (and in) your body while increasing the strength of your muscle mass, flexibility of your joints, health of your organs, etc."
"For some people, the idea of “free water” is no big deal. You might have a well or cistern on your property and don’t get a water bill. If you have a cistern, you essentially have one big “rain barrel” and this article may not be of much interest to you. If you have a well, it’s either a pump well or has an electric motor. If it has an electric motor than you probably know well the challenges you face if the power goes out and you don’t have a back-up source of power. That prediction got me thinking about how we measure rainfall in inches and how much water it actually is. I had to do a little bit of research and some math but it wasn’t difficult. Any fifth grader could do it (I think). Here are the numbers. Bear with me as I justify the relatively low cost and simple expediency of having a rain barrel or three."