"One does not need to have insider sources to see the unmistakable patterns emerging from the false flag attack upon Arizona’s Internet covering approximately half of the state, geographically speaking. However, insider sources are beginning to emerge. But first, let’s connect some dots. After 72 hours following the attack on commerce and communications in central and northern Arizona, there are some disturbing details beginning to emerge."
"People living in Flagstaff and other parts of Northern Arizona discovered just how much they depend on technology. A fiber optic cable was cut, supposedly cut by vandals leaving close to 70,000 residents without Internet, ATM services, cell service, cable television and not to mention the disruptions in 911 services, transactions at supermarkets, gas stations and the list goes on. Stores immediately posted signs saying cash only, but people could not withdraw cash from ATM machines, and banks suffered as well because nearly every institution today relies on communication technology, which by the stroke of an ax or shovel was severed in the small town. It ended up a vicious circle of disruption that lasted for hours. Students could not access online college courses and the so-called Internet Cafes suffered financial losses because people could not access free Wi-Fi, so why stick around and just drink coffee. It is not just about the coffee anymore. Joseph Hobbs, an information technology consultant and contractor in the area explained why cell phone customers were experiencing problems as well. “The information from a cell phone call is collected by cell towers and concentrated from low speed to high speed fiber optic carriers at various points” (Associated Press, 2015). A person familiar with the situation stated that typically fiber optic cable is buried just two to four feet underground. Anyone knowing where to dig, and with a few rudimentary tools could uncover the cable and create an outage without much effort at all. There seems to be no doubt in most people’s minds that this was an intentional act. Next time it could be a larger city and regardless of size, disruptions in certain services such as 911 could create a life or death situation."
(Sgt Trainer: I have taught about this for several years, trying to teach people of all of the vulnerabilities of our technology. Some folks get it and some don't. Don't be one of the ones who get caught unprepared for such a situation.)
"The Kansas Senate has passed SB 45, the bill that moves Kansas into the constitutional carry status of Arkansas, Arizona, Alaska, Wyoming, and Vermont. If the bill passes the house and is signed by Governor Brownback, a person who can legally own a firearm and who is 21 or over will be able to carry a firearm concealed without fear of prosecution. The bill, SB 45 had 26 cosponsors and was introduced by the Majority leader, Terry Bruce, of Hutchinson. The bill passed with an overwhelming, veto proof, bi-partisan margin of 31 to 7."
"Parents in California are distraught after losing their infant son after being vaccinated. He died in his sleep and was taken to the hospital already deceased. Hospital staff ruled his death as sudden infant death syndrome. The couple was told an autopsy was required to be performed on their son. After returning home, waiting to get an update, they never received one. Numerous phone calls were made to get answers. Weeks went by. Finally, they received verbal confirmation and told their son was best not to be seen prior to being cremated, because of the condition he was in. Once cremated, they could pick up the remains of their child from the crematory. They were not given the chance to say their goodbyes."
"Hyundai is recalling about 263,000 cars in the U.S. and Canada because a sensor problem could cause drivers to lose power-assisted steering. The company has not reported any injuries or accidents. A representative for Hyundai Motor America wasn’t immediately available for comment. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says a sensor in the affected cars could detect a discrepancy in the steering input and signals and disable power-assisted steering as a result. Cars would revert to manual steering and require greater effort to steer at low speeds, raising the risk of a crash."
"Then the men and women on Law Enforcement and other government types should be shitting their pants. Some federal and local law enforcement groups view the domestic terror threat from sovereign citizen groups as equal to — and in some cases greater than — the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS, that garner more public attention. Seems to me to be a whole bunch of nothing…..right now. These folks aren’t a danger….yet. Not unless you try to take their country from them. Steal too many of their freedoms? Yeah, then you can worry. They won’t be a danger to their fellow citizens, but to the government that tries to steal their freedoms? Your fear of right wing people is, at best, overblown… For now. You really have nothing to worry about. Here’s the thing, Boys and Girls: If this were true, and the “Right Wing Extremists” were really a danger, then you folks had better get your worldly affairs in order… ’Cause when they decide it is time (and I know and interact with a fair number of those folks you label “Right Wing Extremists”) then they are gonna come, and for you, they are gonna bring screaming bloody hell with ‘em…"
"Many people aware of the need for preparedness or involved in training with their ‘tribe’ might not understand just how valuable every single minute spent in training is for gaining the skills one requires to survive in battle or a SHTF situation. This subject is more or less hammered on all the time by Mosby, Velocity, WRSA, Mason Dixon, and others. Some make the mistake of thinking it’s purely marketing based, as those mentioned conduct training as a ‘hobby’ business, and they subsequently ‘poo-poo’ the idea of limited time available to increase one’s life expectancy. It follows that there is a general lack of understanding that the training time available is not a renewable resource. Time, whether wasted or spent wisely, will never be available again once it is past."
"There’s a big movement towards frugality afoot these days. It probably has something to do with our declining economy, record unemployment levels, and the increasing price of food, but only the wisest families are paying attention to these things. The rest of the folks are blithely going on as they always have, wondering why on earth they keep spending more money each week at the store. If you are just beginning to move towards a thriftier lifestyle, you might be looking at the big picture. You could be asking yourself things like, “How can I save money on my car?” or “How can I pay less for that new laptop?” These are all fine things to do – paying less is great, but shopping for a bargain is actually not the key to a frugal lifestyle."
"North Carolina’s State Ethics Committee has just opened up a major problem for their state — they just made it legal for lobbying firms to purchase prostitutes to service politicians. The Committee’s determination that sex had no value and that sex between a lobbyist and politician was nothing to report or in any way questionable means that a major loophole has opened up for lobbying firms. Now lobbying firms can hire people with the explicit goal to seduce and fornicate with politicians in order to garner favor. In other terms, lobbying firms can hire people who can offer sexual services for politicians, and they don’t even need to register."
"I have my photograph taken and my fingerprints scanned every time I enter the United States. So do all other foreign nationals. The information is collected under the US-VISIT program. Information such as name, date of birth, gender, and travel document data is recorded as well. In response to a Freedom of Information Act request I filed in November 2014, the Department of Homeland Security released a document containing information collected about me under this program over the last four years."
"Lawmakers are firing back at a proposal by the Obama administration to ban one of the most common bullets used with the popular AR-15 rifle, with more than 100 members of Congress signing a letter opposing the move on ammo. Word of the proposal by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to ban .223 M855 “green tip” ammunition came out on Thursday and prompted an immediate backlash from sportsmen. House members from both parties and some law enforcement officials were not far behind. “[The ban] will interfere with Second Amendment rights by disrupting the market for ammunition that law abiding Americans use for sporting and other legitimate purposes,” reads the letter signed by lawmakers and addressed to ATF director Todd Jones."
"Your Facebook timeline and private information can be accessed by Facebook engineers anytime, any day without even having your password or notifiying you. Facebook says that this is being done for greater good, but is it really?"
"Picture yourself in your kitchen on the third floor of an apartment building, when suddenly a drone flies by, with a GoPro camera capturing footage of the neighborhood. You run to shut your curtains, but the camera has passed, and snapped a photo of your open window in the process. This is the kind of surveillance technology that frightens many people. While drones are great for filming volcanoes or snow storms, maintaining our privacy in a world increasingly full of them is a very real concern. Enter Cyborg Unplug. The Berlin-based startup created a device to ensure no unwanted wireless surveillance captures data from anywhere it’s not supposed to be. The Cyborg Unplug connects to your wireless network and plugs into an outlet in your home or business. It scans wireless signals coming from different devices, and if it detects a signal from a device you haven’t authorized on your network, it shuts down the video, audio, or other information the device is capturing."
"One thing I do know is sugar stock can and will run out if a tragic event happens. To have alternatives to one of the most useful and traded preps will be a a benefit. You not only need sugar for comfort foods but for canning and even making moonshine (which can be used as fuel) and as moonshine. What I do know is sugar is one of life's musts..... So I am just going to do a quick post on things that can substitute sugar. Sugar can come from so many different places. If you live in a warmer climate you can grow sugar cane. But a lot of us do not live in areas that it can be grown. These are some other options."
"I’m a registered nurse in the Midwest. I believe in traditional medicine but have become very interested in alternative medicine in case of a TEOTWAWKI event and have been learning more about colloidal silver. If a man-made or natural disaster occurs, it’s best to learn how to take care of yourself and family, especially if help won’t be readily available. I’m always thinking about the “What ifs? I became concerned with encountering Ebola patients, as were many other nurses. How could we protect ourselves? Seasoned professionals with the latest and greatest Hazmat suits following WHO policy were still contracting Ebola. One day, an RN from the Emergency Room was talking to me about the same concerns. She gave me a bottle of commercially made Colloidal Silver (CS) to take, saying it helps fight viruses and bacteria. Not only was she taking it, most of the ER staff was, too! I became intrigued by this, and wanted to know more about it, especially before taking it."
"It was only several years ago that my wife and I woke up to the world around us. We quickly decided to take action against possible catastrophes, we see as eminent. We set out on a vigorous course of action, preparing and gathering the necessary supplies we thought prudent to survival. In addition to the basic bug out bags and tons of batteries and flashlights, we started to build up a 3 month supply of food as suggested in all of the blogs we have read. I started out with a 3 month supply of food buckets from a major company who advertised their products as lasting over 25 years. They boasted a wide variety of breakfast lunch and dinners that were simple to prepare in an emergency. Who would have thought that I can easily create a whole meal with nothing more than a pot and some water. Our food buckets finally came in the mail and like a child at Christmas, I admired my new acquisition."