Survivalism Predicted to Go Mainstream in 2010

Tornado Shelter in a serene setting

Tornado Shelter

You’ve been preparing for a while now, but you’ve been doing it on the quiet. After all, you don’t want anyone to find out. What good would it do making preparations if the whole neighborhood found out? Well, you soon won’t be so alone in your endeavors.

Gerald Celente, the founder of the Trends Research Institute and author of The Trends Journal predicts that survivalism will hit the mainstream in 2010. Quoting Mr. Celente:

“In 2010, survivalism will go mainstream. Unemployed or fearing it, foreclosed or nearing it, pensions lost and savings gone, all sorts of folk who once believed in the system have lost their faith.

Motivated not by worst-case scenario fears but by do-or-die necessity, the new non-believers, unwilling to go under or live on the streets, will devise ingenious stratagems to beat the system, get off the grid (as much as possible), and stay under the radar…”

For more details, here is a link to Mr. Celente’s website:

The Trends Journal

 

Even Noah Had Food Storage on the Ark

Of Course Noah Had Food Storage on the Ark

Even Noah Had Food Storage on the Ark

That’s right. Noah had food storage on the Ark. You say, “Sure he did, he had all those animals”. No. Noah was trying to preserve all the animals, so he and his family wouldn’t have been eating them. The only possible explanation is that they had food stored on the Ark that would last throughout their journey and then some.

So, here was Noah. A smart guy. He received a message, built an Ark, gathered all the animals, and food, and his family, and was ready for TEOTWAWKI. He and his family got to witness it first-hand, and they lived through it because they were prepared. It makes you think about your own situation and how you should make your own preparations.

The Department of Homeland Security and FEMA both recommend that you have at least 72 hours of food and water for each member of your family. What a great idea!

Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit

Okay. We know Noah had food storage on the Ark. But we don’t know what type. Historical records are a little fuzzy in this area. We can say for certain that he didn’t have Mountain House Freeze Dried Food. We know this because Oregon Freeze Dry, the company who makes Mountain House Freeze Dried, was founded in 1963, long after Noah’s journey took place. However, you can take advantage of Mountain House Food today.

The Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit would be a perfect stocking stuffer for the little preppers in your family. It’s inexpensive and tastes great.

Check it out:

Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit

 

Goldman Sachs Execs Decide to Pack Some Heat

Goldman Sachs Execs Buy Guns to Protect Themselves

Goldman Sachs Execs Buy Guns to Protect Themselves

Did you know that Goldman Sachs executives are buying guns to protect themselves against the public? That is what Bloomberg news is reporting. Gee, was it something we said?

Quoting the article:

“The banker had told this friend of mine that senior Goldman people have loaded up on firearms and are now equipped to defend themselves if there is a populist uprising against the bank.”

I sincerely hope it doesn’t come to that. Shooting a banker will not do anything to change our economic situation or the diving U.S. Dollar. The fact that they are doing it does highlight that people are very worried about what is going on in this country.

Here’s a link to the original article:

Arming Goldman With Pistols Against Public