7 Surprising Reasons Why Americans Aren’t Prepared for What’s Coming

Via: Survival Sherpa

by Todd Walker

I’ve never suffered a gunshot wound.

I had a friend who was ventilated by some grudge-holding thug. Apparently, this idiot wanted to get even for a business deal that went south. He chased my friend through the bays of his car wash shooting at him with a .22 revolver. Fortunately, only his love handles got pierced.  After recovering, my buddy began making a plan to never get caught defenseless again.

Tobacco Smoke Enema – Nice!

What follows may be painful for some. It may hurt as much as the old tobacco smoke enema. The only difference is that I’m NOT blowing smoke up yours.

Why do so many Americans refuse to prepare for worst case situations?

Or better yet, why do they not even prep for potential everyday emergencies? You’ve seen them pass you on their donut tire at 67 miles per hour heading to the 7-11 to get their winning lotto ticket. I’m sure with all their winnings they’ll be able to prepare, right?

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Building Your Own Drone for Personal Protection

By Moose
March 7, 2013

Vimana Flying Machine

Interested Readers: Mechanically Inclined Please Apply!

Since our government developed and deployed the drones that we as taxpayers paid for, I feel we should be able to build our own drones….Just to ensure the safety of our personal space.

And since our government, as well as the ——, have been forthcoming in the technology used to create the current drones, much of our “R&D” has already been done for us..Most of the technology is Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components, with some half-assed software.

This allows us to tailor our systems to take advantage of their weaknesses.

Localized differential GPS redirection as well as directed scaled EMP tools allow us to have a level of control of an area as never before. Huge improvements in battery technologies as well as newer sensor packages contribute positively to making a complete personal protection system.

I like to call it the “Umbrella”.

Reliable and deploy-able long duration system…Geostationary localization for up to 66 hours while providing robust data linking as well as autonomous personal safety awareness….

I will include step by step instructions and complete documentation. Your 3-D printer will come in handy for this project. My latest version incorporates a small rail protection system as well as an immersion cloaking ability. All units incorporate the latest AI functionality as well.

Please send me an email if you are interested…and no..I’m not an FBI man or CIA Dude.
And you should be willing to learn Morse code….

I’m a concerned citizen who wants to use my skills to help fight the Empire!

See link below to learn more how the government classifies personal drones
-Moose

Link to FAA for Experimental Permit

Gun Control Through Deception

Via: Flopping Aces

Wow. With a name like Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorist Act (H.R. 720) who would be opposed right? I mean, is there an act to deny firearms and explosives to peaceful or philanthropic terrorists and the dangerous ones were just slipping through the cracks? Or maybe dangerous terrorists were only denied explosives before and now we need to close the firearms to dangerous terrorists loophole or something.

This bill has been submitted about every other year since 2007 and it’s suffered an anonymous death each time for good reason. But, CJ, how can you be against a bill denying these weapons of mass destruction to people who just want to kill us infidels?!

Here’s the problem, the bill is meant to disarm pretty much anyone the Attorney General wants to designate as a terrorist.

‘The Attorney General may deny the transfer of a firearm…if the Attorney General determines that the transferee is known (or appropriately suspected) to be or have been engaged in conduct constituting, in preparation for, in aid of, or related to terrorism, or providing material support thereof, and the Attorney General has a reasonable belief that the prospective transferee may use a firearm in connection with terrorism.’ (emphasis mine)

Well, who exactly determines whether someone is “preparing for” an act of terrorism? It would seem that an extremist like Eric Holder would easily deem a patriot “stockpiling” (re: legally purchasing) thousands of rounds of ammunition. Maybe someone that purchases more weapons than the administration is comfortable with one person having may be doing something “related to terrorism.”

To fully understand how this bill could legally target any American the authoritarian Marxists in power deems not worthy of having access to weapons, one first needs to understand how the federal government defines “terrorism” legally. Chapter 44, Section 921 of the United States Code provides those broad definitions.

The term “terrorism” means “activity, directed against United States persons, which (A) is committed by an individual who is not a national or permanent resident alien of the United States; (B) involves violent acts or acts dangerous to human life which would be a criminal violation if committed within the jurisdiction of the United States; and (C) is intended (1)to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (2) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (3) to affect the conduct of a government by assassination or kidnapping.” (emphasis mine)

“But, CJ, according to what you just quoted this doesn’t apply to American citizens. It says right there in (A).”

Oh, yes, that is why this act adds to the definition.

(3) in section 921(a), by adding at the end the following:
‘(36) The term ‘terrorism’ means ‘international terrorism’ as defined in section 2331(1), and ‘domestic terrorism’ as defined in section 2331(5).

There. Fixed that little quirk, didn’t they? As a matter of fact, H.R. 720 adds in “or if the Attorney General has determined” into just about every paragraph of Section 922, which defines “unlawful acts.”

Read more: here

Sneaky they are….
-Moose

Gun Control Through Deception

Via: Flopping Aces

Wow. With a name like Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorist Act (H.R. 720) who would be opposed right? I mean, is there an act to deny firearms and explosives to peaceful or philanthropic terrorists and the dangerous ones were just slipping through the cracks? Or maybe dangerous terrorists were only denied explosives before and now we need to close the firearms to dangerous terrorists loophole or something.

This bill has been submitted about every other year since 2007 and it’s suffered an anonymous death each time for good reason. But, CJ, how can you be against a bill denying these weapons of mass destruction to people who just want to kill us infidels?!

Here’s the problem, the bill is meant to disarm pretty much anyone the Attorney General wants to designate as a terrorist.

‘The Attorney General may deny the transfer of a firearm…if the Attorney General determines that the transferee is known (or appropriately suspected) to be or have been engaged in conduct constituting, in preparation for, in aid of, or related to terrorism, or providing material support thereof, and the Attorney General has a reasonable belief that the prospective transferee may use a firearm in connection with terrorism.’ (emphasis mine)

Well, who exactly determines whether someone is “preparing for” an act of terrorism? It would seem that an extremist like Eric Holder would easily deem a patriot “stockpiling” (re: legally purchasing) thousands of rounds of ammunition. Maybe someone that purchases more weapons than the administration is comfortable with one person having may be doing something “related to terrorism.”

To fully understand how this bill could legally target any American the authoritarian Marxists in power deems not worthy of having access to weapons, one first needs to understand how the federal government defines “terrorism” legally. Chapter 44, Section 921 of the United States Code provides those broad definitions.

The term “terrorism” means “activity, directed against United States persons, which (A) is committed by an individual who is not a national or permanent resident alien of the United States; (B) involves violent acts or acts dangerous to human life which would be a criminal violation if committed within the jurisdiction of the United States; and (C) is intended (1)to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (2) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (3) to affect the conduct of a government by assassination or kidnapping.” (emphasis mine)

“But, CJ, according to what you just quoted this doesn’t apply to American citizens. It says right there in (A).”

Oh, yes, that is why this act adds to the definition.

(3) in section 921(a), by adding at the end the following:
‘(36) The term ‘terrorism’ means ‘international terrorism’ as defined in section 2331(1), and ‘domestic terrorism’ as defined in section 2331(5).

There. Fixed that little quirk, didn’t they? As a matter of fact, H.R. 720 adds in “or if the Attorney General has determined” into just about every paragraph of Section 922, which defines “unlawful acts.”

Read more: here

Sneaky they are….
-Moose

Countering Improvised Explosive Devices

Via: Cryptome

Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) remain one of the most accessible weapons available to terrorists and criminals to damage critical infrastructure and inflict casualties, as was demonstrated in the attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 on December 25, 2009, the October 2010 air cargo plot, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The tactics used in IED attacks continue to evolve as our adversaries seek to overcome countermeasures.

This Administration is expanding and broadening its counter-IED focus, building upon existing policy and strategy, which establish and implement measures to discover, prevent, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate IED attacks and their consequences at home or abroad.

The threat from IED use is likely to remain high in the coming decade and will continue to evolve in response to our abilities to counter them. A whole-of-government approach that integrates Federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, private sector, and global participation in counter-IED activities will best position the United States to discover plots to use IEDs in the United States, or against U.S. persons abroad, before those threats become imminent.

Read more: here

Maybe if we stopped murdering people all over the world we could reduce some threat…Just sayin…
-Moose

Vanishing Point: How to Disappear in America Without a Trace

Via: Penny Pincher Personal Finance.

 
http://www.skeptictank.org/hs/vanish.htm
The article linked above is instructions how to get off the ID  grid and vanish so nobody can find you.

I’ll just link to it rather than copy it – it’s copyrighted material, but the author is OK if you attribute and don’t make money off him.  Someone copied and tried to sell his work as a book apparently.  Since I have a tip jar and ads, I will just link, and thanks to the author Fredric Rice.

It might not be that easy to escape a gummint dragnet as opposed to an abusive ex-spouse, and these instructions may be partly obsolete in this day of facial recognition and other biometrics; but if you think you might become a target for dissident hunters in the future, just save the page to your hard drive or print it out, and keep it in mind.  There are also ways to fool facial recognition: hats with lights on them, face paint, fake beard, balaclava, sunglasses, etc.

The author mentions gold mining as a way to make money without an ID.  I am working on a post of things one can do for a living without an ID.

HEY! (this is an edit) If you want to disappear anytime soon, don’t go to that website except from a public computer.  Also, if you are thinking about committing a crime and then disappearing, you’d best just disappear without doing the crime – the crime will make them look for you harder and it ain’t worth it.  In any case don’t do any internet research about where you want to go from your home or work, or you will lead them right to you.  That’s all for now. 

 

Read more: here

Vanishing Point: How to Disappear in America Without a Trace

Via: Penny Pincher Personal Finance.

 
http://www.skeptictank.org/hs/vanish.htm
The article linked above is instructions how to get off the ID  grid and vanish so nobody can find you.

I’ll just link to it rather than copy it – it’s copyrighted material, but the author is OK if you attribute and don’t make money off him.  Someone copied and tried to sell his work as a book apparently.  Since I have a tip jar and ads, I will just link, and thanks to the author Fredric Rice.

It might not be that easy to escape a gummint dragnet as opposed to an abusive ex-spouse, and these instructions may be partly obsolete in this day of facial recognition and other biometrics; but if you think you might become a target for dissident hunters in the future, just save the page to your hard drive or print it out, and keep it in mind.  There are also ways to fool facial recognition: hats with lights on them, face paint, fake beard, balaclava, sunglasses, etc.

The author mentions gold mining as a way to make money without an ID.  I am working on a post of things one can do for a living without an ID.

HEY! (this is an edit) If you want to disappear anytime soon, don’t go to that website except from a public computer.  Also, if you are thinking about committing a crime and then disappearing, you’d best just disappear without doing the crime – the crime will make them look for you harder and it ain’t worth it.  In any case don’t do any internet research about where you want to go from your home or work, or you will lead them right to you.  That’s all for now. 

 

Read more: here