"Only in the world of medical treatment do we find concepts such as poison heals cancer and radiation cures it. Any doctor with a reasonable understanding of cellular pathology will agree that not only does ionizing radiation cause secondary cancers, but the disease promoting effects can be absolutely devastating in the long-term well after treatment. In fact, more patients are dying of radiation-induced secondary cancers, which oncologists are often misdiagnosing as the primary cancer spreading. The song and dance the cancer industry presents to patients (like theatre) is that radiation is given with “curative intent” to finalize treatment after or in combination with surgical intervention and chemotherapy. They claim that the amount of radiation that normal tissue can safely receive is known for all parts of the body and that the benefits far outweigh the risks. It’s much like placing your trust in a knowledge base that is misinformed at best. There are so many variables that oncologists are completely unaware of for each patient, that no data can ever be scientifically or empirically derived for safe dosing of ionizing radiation at all."
"Go to a gun show, and you won’t find many merchants using PayPal. You’ll also find few vendors using popular payment processors such as Square, Stripe and Spark Pay. That’s because some payment processors explicitly prohibit the use of their systems for online — and some in-store — sales of firearms, ammunition and certain accessories. Retailers in the gun industry say they’re being discriminated against."
"A line of non-impact, non-lethal projectiles for use by law enforcement and the military was introduced Monday by SmartRounds Technology LLC. The ShockRound and a PepperRound are 18mm bullets designed for use with 12 gauge shotguns. Each features two solid state sensors — essentially a bullet-borne digital camera — that activate the bullet when it is fired and then activate the bullet miliseconds before impact. The ShockRound then produces a flash-bang and nitrogen gas shock wave to disable an assailant; the PepperRound produces a flash-bang and a capsaicin cloud that causes a burning sensation to the eyes and throat to disable an assailant."
"Cop Claims He Was “Just Doing His Job” When He Slashed Dog’s Throat. After pulling out a knife and slashing a dog’s throat while another officer held the dog down, Officer Jeffrey is now asking that the judge will drop the charges of animal cruelty. His defense is that he was “just doing his job,” according to a report by CBS Baltimore. “That’s crazy to me, crazy to me. I mean own up to what you did. Accept responsibility,” said Sarah Gossard, the dog’s owner."
(Sgt Trainer: This is an appalling story. First, though, I fault the neighbor for not just calling the dog's owner and telling her to come get the dog! How hard would this have been?? This does NOT, however, excuse the totally callous actions of the two officers involved. I also condemn the officer that held down the dog as well!! While I cannot prove it, it is my opinion that this officer has probably been acting in this manner since he was a kid...and just never got caught or turned in for it! Here is some additional info: Is there a connection between animal abuse and criminal violence? A number of studies have drawn links between the abuse of animals and violence against people. A 2001-2004 study by the Chicago Police Department "revealed a startling propensity for offenders charged with crimes against animals to commit other violent offenses toward human victims." Of those arrested for animal crimes, 65% had been arrested for battery against another person.[i] Of 36 convicted multiple murderers questioned in one study, 46% admitted committing acts of animal torture as adolescents.[ii] And of seven school shootings that took place across the country between 1997 and 2001, all involved boys who had previously committed acts of animal cruelty." You can see more about this at the following website: http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/abuse_neglect/qa/cruelty_violence_connection_faq.html )
"Over the last decade, millions of homes worldwide have been outfitted with smart meters. Power utility companies continue to force smart meters upon the population under the argument that they allow a more accurate and concise measurement of home energy usage, and give the resident and utility provider more visibility of and control over power consumption. Yet, concerns continue to grow about the potential dangers from the electro-magnetic radiation given off by these devices. The US Federal Communications Commission and the World Health Organization (WHO) claim that the broadcasting frequencies emitted by smart meters are safe to humans, even though in May of 2011, the WHO officially recognized that wireless radiation such as that emitted by smart meters is possibly carcinogenic. So, according to the WHO, smart meters are safe, except that they may cause cancer – a questionable contradiction. Hundreds of independent scientific studies have shown that smart meters create a vast and clear health hazard in addition to emitting carcinogenic radiation, and many people living around smart meters have reported insomnia, rashes, headaches, disorientation, neuropathy, sinus issues, thyroid problems, hyperactivity, and other illnesses after the installation of a smart meter. There have also been many instances of smart meters catching fire and destroying homes."
"This video shows the test results of the Smart Meter Guard blocking smart meter radiation inside the house. It’s a test showing the radiation power densities inside the house and outside the with the Smart Meter Guard. The test shows the Smart Meter Guard being put on and taken off while the power density reading are taken with an HF 35C high frequency analyzer. While it looks like the Smart Meter Guard fits loosely we removed the tighten screw so we could easily take it on and off. In addition, The HF 35C high frequency analyzer has a 20 dbs attenuator so the readings on the analyzer are actually 100 times what is shown. For more information please visit our web site at: www.smartmeterguard.com"
"POST FALLS, Idaho – Post Falls Chief of Police Scott Haug says he was very surprised when an arrest warrant landed on his desk earlier this week. The warrant was for a “failure to appear,” not uncommon. But the perpetrator was a nine year old boy. Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney Barry McHugh, who issued the arrest warrant, was not able to comment because the case involves someone younger than 18 years old. However, Haug says the warrant was issued because it was the second time the 9 year old missed his day in court. What was the original charge? Stealing a pack of gum."
"In the Fall issue of Forward Observer Magazine, I had the great opportunity to interview Matthew Bracken, a former Navy SEAL and prolific author (I know you’ve heard of him), about the future of conflict in America. A potential scenario he talked about was the “dirty civil war”, where a group of well-meaning Americans goes rogue by doing something really stupid (like indiscriminately killing cops or other officials, for instance). That event or those actions start a chain reaction of copy cats and reprisals, things get really dirty, really fast, and our nation descends into chaos; one side too uncoordinated and unskilled to make any appreciable gains, and the other too brutal in their pursuit, resulting in too much collateral damage to take control of the situation and gain the support of the populace… thus the inability by both sides to end the conflict."
"Let’s face it, the gear you think you might need, in a survival situation could fill up a garage. Those that do not have bush craft skills need gear and gadgets to compensate for lack of said skill. The adage “the more you know, the less you need” holds true when it comes to prepping and surviving in the wilderness. The following are just examples, you can decide on your own what is an actual need or simply a want. You may find that despite the fancy marketing and high price tag that some items are much ado about nothing. Very simple and much cheaper items around the home can do the same task in many cases. Think before you buy."
"Google is so entrenched when it comes to finding information on the internet, we named the act after it. However, there are a ton of other tools and tricks that can get you answers to your question when Google doesn't have the answer. Google does a great job of searching web sites, and it's no slouch in the field of instant answers, either. However, not every question can be answered by the first page of results. Here are some other resources you should include in your repertoire, as well as what they're useful for."
"See a dramatic increase in your prescription drugs yet? Well, you probably will very soon. Just personally witnessed an increase of 350%…and that’s with insurance coverage."
"It is documented fact that the private vaccine industry receives large cash payments from the federal government to produce “life-saving” and “emergency” vaccines, that the public is told are necessary to thwart certain disease crises. But did you know that many of these vaccines are never even manufactured, and not only are vaccine companies paid with your money (if you’re a taxpayer) regardless, but they are also awarded special accounting privileges that claim these payments as revenue? During a recent segment on The Robert Scott Bell Show, certified public accountant (CPA) Ty Bollinger explains how many childhood vaccines, as well as the influenza vaccine, are basically exempted from normal revenue recognition rules. These special rules allow vaccine companies to immediately recognize revenue from vaccines for stock price and profit purposes, even if those vaccines are never manufactured or delivered."
"President Barack Obama is being accused of taking an “economic victory lap,” touting improved economic figures while the economic situation on the ground, county by county, across the U.S. remains uncertain. According to a study released Monday by the National Association of Counties (NACo), only 65 counties across the country have fully recovered from the 2007-8 financial crash by the end of 2014 — a mere 2 percent of the nation’s 3,069 total counties — and none of those recovered counties have more than 500,000 residents. The fully recovered counties are concentrated in Texas and the Great Plains, where oil money has buoyed local economies."
"Leaked internal training documents from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reveal Border Patrol agents are now receiving guidelines instructing them that the vast majority of illegal immigrants in the U.S. are off limits to federal agents and are substantially immune to detention and deportation. A trusted federal agent in the CBP provided exclusive copies of the documents to Breitbart Texas and also agreed to an interview on the condition of anonymity. According to the source, these training documents were required training for U.S. Border Patrol agents and each agent was required to sign their name to confirm receiving the training. The documents outline three categories that illegal immigrants are now grouped into: Priority one, two, and three. Priority one includes aliens who “pose a threat to national security, border security, or public safety.” Priority two includes aliens who are “misdemeanants and new immigration violators.” Priority three includes all other illegal aliens and describes them as “other immigration violators.” The leaked training documents are careful to note that no part of this training should be construed as discouraging arrests, but the entirety of the training appears to do exactly that. The training materials, when coupled with a November 20, 2014 memo on prosecutorial discretion from Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, indicate that agents should primarily only arrest someone who they directly see cross the border, if they are a wanted criminal, a convicted felon, have an extensive or a violent criminal history, or otherwise pose a national security or public safety threat. The majority of other illegal aliens cannot be detained or deported without specific approval from leadership."
"What, in a gunfight, matters the most? In the age of the long opinions and short experience in such matters, we live among among experts far and wide. Some will assure you that it is a proper-caliber pistol, or grade-A ammunition, or still the front sight, which is the rock the church is built upon. Undoubtedly some will claim all is for naught if the holster isn’t worth a damn. Most of us will concede to one degree or another that training outweighs much of this. The mantra of “You will not rise to the occasion, you’ll fall to the level of your training.” is certainly solid and true. There are exceptions of course. People can and will surprise you, but don’t hang onto hope."
"You can make your meals even healthier (and tastier, too!) while strengthening your fight against the diabetes-inducing inflammation in your body. How? We will look to nature and whole plant foods. All of the herbs and spices listed here have anti-diabetic and/or anti-inflammatory properties and can be sprinkled on any meal to help reduce the chronic inflammation in your body. So when you're cooking your next meal, toss in some of the herbs and spices listed below. And don't be afraid to experiment in order to get it just right: By trying new combinations, you'll learn which herbs and spices offer the best flavors for your dishes and how much you prefer to use."
"I've been working on a bunch of guides for the Year of the Shotgun. As I was working, there was a question that kept coming up in my brain. Namely, why are rifles and pistols measured in “caliber” while shotguns use "gauge"? I mean, if you really want to get pedantic about it, gauge technically is the caliber of the shotgun. You don’t really hear people refer to shotguns as a “12 gauge caliber” gun. Maybe sometimes a “large caliber” shotgun, perhaps. Clearly, some research was in order… For starters, both “gauge” and “caliber” deal with the size of the barrel of the gun. The big difference between the two concerns how they are calculated. Concerning “caliber” in the non-pedantic sense, it is simply the diameter of the bullet what passes through it. So a .45 caliber bullet is so called because it is .45 inches in diameter or thereabouts. A 12 gauge shell, however, isn't .12 inches across because that would be smaller than a .22LR round."
"People ask me all the time, What Is The Best Emergency Fuel To Store? I realize we all have different budgets, cooking devices and heating options. Some of us have small homes, medium sized and large homes. Of course, then we have to evaluate the land we live on. Some of us have apartments or mobile homes with limited space for fuel storage. We also to have to think about the storage life of good fuel to store. There are also safety issues, and how much can we really store where we live. We need to store the best emergency fuel that fits our home and budget. Well, my husband plays golf and he mentioned that the golf course has tons of FREE pine cones everywhere on the ground. I love the word FREE and so my husband and I went over to the golf course one day to gather some pine cones. Of course, the weather said it was going to snow that day. If you haven’t been to Southern Utah to see the beautiful red mountains then you probably have not seen the red dirt either. Yes, it is red and it stains everything. It’s also like clay, so it’s sticky sort of, meaning it sticks to everything. I did not want my shoes covered with wet red dirt so we hightailed it over to the golf course. The wind was blowing like crazy so the weather felt freezing to me! You will see below how we gathered them with a black bag."
"Being prepared for what life sends to you isn’t just figuring out what to put in your bug out bag, it’s also about making sure you’re prepared to deal with anything that comes up – and that includes making sure you have an income without having to rely on the rat race. I’ve done it and you can too. You may not realize this but this but for some of you, this will be the most important post you’ll read from my site. I think WAY too many preppers are too focused on what may happen if the world as they know it comes to an end and don’t take enough common-sense measures to make their lives more stable and satisfying. This post will explain how I came about to being fairly-well financially secure and then tell you how you can do the same thing, and have a happier life along the way. Or, you could just skip to the list lower down if your patience is the size of your savings account. Go ahead – I won’t be offended. Ok, maybe I might just a little, but I have broad shoulders. Until SHTF (if that ever happens), THIS is the life you have to live, and living in this life means you have to pay for things."
"Do you suffer from sleep deprivation? Whether due to the little people in your life who haven’t quite figured out how to sleep through the night, or maybe you are like me, and the best ideas for blog topics come to when your head hits the pillow. I used to take 1-3 3mg Melatonin every night. It was so bad, that if I was traveling and forgot them at home I would panic, and I’d have to find a Target to get a small bottle to get me through. Kind of a sign of addiction I’d say. I am here to tell you I have not taken a melatonin in 6 months. I find this crazy cool and am going to share the steps I took to get there."
"Amaranth is today’s topic. I like this plant because a lot of people have heard of it, but don’t really know what it is or how to use it. Wild amaranth is usually green with a green to red stem. The stems are weak and only grow 2-3 feet tall. The most common usage of amaranth is its seeds. It’s a grain used for cereals and snacks and is also gluten free. That makes this seed a great choice for people with gluten allergies. The seeds can also lower LDL and triglycerides. The seeds also contain an antioxidant called squalene, which is said to prevent cancer. What a lot of people don’t know, is you can use the leaves and flowers of amaranth, too. A tea made from the leaves can help stop diarrhea, remove intestinal parasites, and stop excessive menstruation bleeding. The flowers can be rubbed over a wart and is said to be removed after a few applications. Amaranth is high in protein and fiber. It’s a super-weed! It contains calcium, iron, potassium and vitamins B1, A, C, and E. Next time you’re walking around the woods, see if you can spot this super-weed and try to cultivate it to your area. Til next time, love your weeds!!!"
"Since EMP is a line-of-sight weapon, detonating one of these nukes about 300 miles above Nebraska could end life as we know it in America in about one second. As we’ve previously reported, such a weapon, or group of weapons strategically detonated at lower altitudes, would completely wipe out the entire US power grid, vehicles, computers, cell phones, and anything else with an electric circuit. The fall out would be nothing short of apocalyptic. The first 24 – 48 hours after such an occurrence will lead to confusion among the general population as traditional news acquisition sources like television, radio and cell phone networks will be non-functional. Within a matter of days, once people realize the power might not be coming back on and grocery store shelves start emptying, the entire system will begin to delve into chaos. Within 30 days a mass die off will have begun as food supplies dwindle, looters and gangs turn to violent extremes, medicine can’t be restocked and water pump stations fail."