Category: Humanity

Opinion: Taking sides…

From Elie Wiesel’s Nobel Peace Price acceptance speech in 1986: And then I explained to him how naive we were, that the world did know and remain silent. And that is why I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the […]

THREATS: An Update on E.M.P. – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Attacks, online resources, and the FACTS

This evening, I was going to share a post from the OffTheGrid.com website, called “Electro Magnetic Pulse“. The article was a repost, sourced from the author and science fiction writer Duncan Long, written by him in 1989…a period in which he wrote several survival genre books. Well, since Duncan is a friend of mine on […]

EMP: America Not Ready For EMP Attack, Homeland Security Adviser Says

Source: inquisitr.com By: Tara Dodrill Posted on: April 21, 2014   An EMP attack would have “catastrophic effects” on American civilians, according to statements made by Peter Vincent Pry. The executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and US Nuclear Strategy Forum Congressional adviser feels the technology necessary to avoid such an apocalyptic disaster exist. Pry […]

THREATS: Biological Attack — Are We Ready?

Source: SecurityDegreeHub.com Biological Attack — Are We Ready? Imagine the nightmare scenario of an attack from a terrorist group or hostile nation. It probably involves a radioactive blast and a mushroom cloud, right? What about an attack that involves germs and surgical masks? How does that factor in? The reality is biological attacks may be […]

FUTURE: Top 10 Reasons America Depends On Survivalists And Preppers

Source: prepperfortress.com By: DR. DAVID EIFRIG JR. Posted on: MARCH 4, 2014 < p>There has been a lot of derogatory talk lately about “preppers” and “survivalists.” Here are 10 reasons why preppers and survivalists have always been vital to the United States and why it is essential that we have as many as possible to survive future disasters. […]

INFOGRAPHIC: The Art of War

I’m inspired to share this very detailed infographic today for two reasons. The first is a book I just finished this week called “One Second After“,  a contemporary view of what our daily life would be like, should an attack by our worst foes and enemies procure, launch and light off high yield nuclear weapons […]