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HOW TO SURVIVE THE PANDEMIC

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COVID-19 TREATMENT

Take 1000 mg of Vitamin C three times daily before and after symptoms occur.

Blood plasma with antibodies from people who have recovered from Covid-19 is proving effective.

WHEN WILL THINGS RETURN TO NORMAL?

You may believe that Covid-19 will die out with the warm weather and things will return to normal by summer. THIS IS A PANDEMIC LIKE NO OTHER. It is part of a global control agenda. To learn more, see helpfreetheearth.com/News_1600/news1643_coronavaccine.html

To survive the pandemic, watch the video Apocalypse: Are You Prepared? and make a copy of the SURVIVAL GUIDE below.

YOUR PREPPING GUIDE

The global economic system is unsustainable and is about to collapse. When the collapse comes, there will be a run on the banks followed by bank closures followed by civil unrest followed by empty store shelves, fuel shortages, looting and rioting. It will be a scary time —especially in major cities. People who are unprepared will be in a state of hunger, panic and desperation...and they will do whatever it takes to survive. A new global currency will eventually be established, but until then, you will need to be self sufficient and capable of weathering the storm.

To start prepping, list all of the things you will need in order to survive for at least 3 months. Stock up now before inflation drives prices skyward.

WATER

If you are dependent on your local municipality for water, what will you do if the water system shuts down for awhile? Assume that for whatever reason, your taps stop working and there is no water coming into your home.Did you know there is about 50 gallons of water stored in your water heater?There's also a few gallons inthe tank of your toilet! The amount of water you will need is probably underestimated. Aside from drinking, water is also needed to rehydrate food, to prepare food and for personal hygiene. If you have an outside water source such as a lake, creek or storm drain, do you have a way to filter it? LifeStraw is a recommended, low cost water filter that is lightweight (2 ounces), easy-to-use, and portable. It allows you to safely drink directly fromlakes, rivers and from contaminated watersources. It filters 1,000 liters (264 gallons) of water and removes dangerous bacteria and protozoa. Water purification tabletsare also handy

FOOD

Did you know that most people in the United States have less than 2 weeks of food stored in their home?! Stock up with meals that are "Ready to Eat". They are called MRE's and they areinstant packaged mealsfor emergencies. You just add water, wait 10 minutes and eat them.No cooking is needed. They come in airtight packaging with a 30 year shelf life. You can shop for them online through Ebay and other sources. If you have access to soil, stock up on seeds and plant a garden. If you live in an apartment, you would be suprised how much food you can grow on your balcony.

PROTEIN BARS: Hunting and fishing may be more trouble than it's worth. You may burn more calories searching for prey than you would gain from eating High-Calorie Protein Bars. Be sure to store lots of them.

CANNED FOODS: Buy canned food. Don't worry about expiration dates unless the can starts to bulge. Canned food is preferable to dry, dehydrated, and freeze-dried vittles because it is ready to eat and it doesn’t need heat and water. Costco is an inexpensive source. Canned goods with a long shelf life include: (1) Canned meat (Tuna, Salmon, Anchovies, Sardines, Spam), (2) Canned beans (kidney beans, pinto beans, black beans, white beans, navy beans, baked beans, black-eyed beans, etc.), (3)Canned vegetables (green beans, carrots, potatoes, yams,corn, spinach, whole tomatoes, tomato sauces, and peas), and (4)Canned fruits (pears, peaches, fruit cocktail, mandarin oranges, cranberry sauce, etc.) (5) Canned evaporated or condensed milk.

DRIED FOODS: Dried foods will keep for two years or more, if properly stored. Load up on drybeans and uncooked rice, as well. Repackage dried goods in mylar bags with an oxygen absorber.This will further increase the self life of these items to 10+ years.Wheat, rice, beans, oats and grains can last up to 30 years when properly stored. White rice is the cheapest food available on a cost per calorie basis. Storing grains, beans or wheat, won't help if you have never cooked them before. Practice cooking with your food storage. If you intend to make flour, you will need a wheat grinder.

OILS: Purchase several containers of olive oil.Fats are an essential part of a healthy diet.Olive oil is among the healthiest of fats.Salad dressings will keep well for two years without refrigeration.

COMFORT FOODS: Store comfort foodsthat are easy to prepare like puddings, juice boxes, pasta, instant packaged foods, coffee, powdered milk, candy, muffin mixes, cake mixes, Hershey’s chocolate syrup (lasts a long time without refrigeration), brownie mix and other specialty comfort foods. Don't forget spices, salt, sugar, cooking oil, basic condiments, shortening, baking powder/soda, yeast, and powdered eggs.Studies have shown that certain short-term storage items go first during a crisis. Most have a shelf life of less than 18 months. The list includes Bottled Water, Powdered Milk, Pancake mix, Ramen Noodles, Popcorn, Cereal, Beef Jerky, Cooking Oils, Nuts, Dried Fruits, Power Bars, Juice Powders, Spices (salt, pepper, etc.), Honey, Crackers, Baking Essentials (flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder), Coffee, Alcohol for medicinal or bartering, Hard Candies, Baby Food, Diapers, Wipes and Pet Food.

STORAGE CONTAINERS:

Get the right food storage containers to prolong shelf life, nutritional value and taste and to preventpests and rodents frominvading your food storage. Buy food grade plastic containers, mylar bags, glass canning jars and #10 cans. Even buckets help to maintain a longer shelf life. The important thing is to keep your dry-goods very dry and in well sealed containers. Great resources for Food Storage are Everyday Food Storage and Food Storage Made Easy. For home canning, you will need canning salt and citric acid. Buy glass mason-type jars in pint and quart sizes.

HIDING PLACES: Do not store all of your food in one location.Find other hiding places like false walls, under floor boards, another building on your property, at your emergency bug out location or even a storage facility.

COOKING SOURCES: Think about how you will cook your food if the utilities shut down for awhile. Make sure you have an alternative cooking source like a Kelly Kettle, Volcano Oven, Wonder Oven, Solar Oven, Dutch Oven or Hibatchi with plenty of charcoal and starter fluid. Another great option is a propane or naptha camping stove with two or three burners. The 16 ounce cans of propaneare expensive, so consider getting an inexpensive adapter & hose for a 20lb propane tank. Consider what food and cooking equipment you will need if you must leave your home. If relying on dehydrated foods, a single burner camp stove, sterno stove, or solid fuel stove is a good choice since most of your cooking will be simply boiling water.

SHELTER AND HEAT: If there is an economic crash, you must decide if it is safe enough for you to stay in yourhome. The banks, ATM's, food stores, pharmacies and internet may shut down and you could find yourself without power, water and heat for days or weeks or even longer.There will be rioting and looting when hungry, desperate and armed gangs start roaming the streets and neighborhoods looking for food, water, drugs and shelter. Prepare for the worst. If you live in a densely populated city, get out of town.

JOIN A PREPPING COMMUNITY

Do not hoard and isolate or you will be the target of armed and hungry gangs. There is safety in numbers. The more people you can join together with, the safer you will be. Join a prepping community or a small farming community. If you plan on heading to a friend or relative's home, plan ahead with them before pulling into their driveway.Make your destination part of your plans and map out several routes to get there.

CONSERVE ENERGY

In a cold weather climate, heat is a major concern.If you stay in your home, reduce your living space to one room. Seal off all but your designated "warm room".Choose a room with a window that receives maximum sunlight during the day, then close the blinds or curtains at night to prevent heat loss.HEATERS: A portable generator will power a small electric space heater.For house owners, a wood or gas stove can supply enough heat to keep a room warm. There are several models of propane or portable kerosene heaters available on the market -but remember to provide for ventilation. Store plenty of extra fuel outdoors and AWAY from your living area. Home heating will be very difficult, if the economy collapses.Buy plenty of cans of kerosene fuel and propane.

SHELTER: If you must leave your home, your car can provide shelter. If you use your car for shelter as well as transportation, remember that you must open a window when your car idles. Run the heater until you have enough warmth, then close the window and turn off the car. Carbon monoxide easily gets into a car when it idles, so rely mostly on clothing & blankets instead of your car's heater. It will save valuable fuel for traveling. A tent is another affordable shelter option. There are tiny one-person pup tents, tube tents and elaborate roll up apartment tents.If you need to live in a tent for weeks or months, buy one that is comfortable and seal the seams with a recommended seam sealer.Buy a tarp with some cord to provide shelter in a hurry or as an add-on to your tent shelter.

Trash bags are worth their weight in gold. You can use them to catch rain, toimprovise a rain poncho, or windproof your shelter. Pack several of them. Trash compactor bags are the sturdiest. You will also need an inflatable mattress, a good sleeping bag and a space blanket (also known as a Mylar blanket, first aid blanket, emergency blanket, thermal blanket or weather blanket). They are light weight and easy to pack into an emergency kit or backpack. Buy a Backpacker Hammock. In extremely hot or cold environments, protecting yourself from the elements is half the battle. The hammock is light weight and easy to assemble.

CLOTHING

Be sure to have cold weather clothing worn in layers. You will need a windbreaker, rain gear, durable gloves, weather-proof hiking boots or shoes with lots of extra socks. Socks will be invaluable, sinceyou may have to walk everywhere after the bank collapse. Jeans, long-sleeve t-shirts, and wool sweaters will last the longest. A couple of bandanas can be used to cover your mouth and nose. If you on a tight budget, find a Goodwill Store and buy used clothing.

MEDICATIONS/PRESCRIPTIONS

Make sure you have a 6 month supply of prescription medicationsto get you through until the supply chains are restored. You should also have a supply of aspirin, cold medicine, multi-vitamins, mulit-minerals, trace mineral drops and a good first-aid kit and antibiotics on hand.FIRST-AID KIT: Your Kit should contain items to deal with serious injuries —not just cuts and scrapes. Pack some Quick Clot or Celox to deal with serious bleeding. You will also need tweezers, a needle and thread, antibiotic cream and sunblock, a rectal enema syringe (for contipation), chap stick, and bug repellent.Wet Wipes are also handy.

NON-PRESCIPTIONS: Buy colloidal silver as a natural antibiotic, apple cider vinegar, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide and oil of oregano. Learn how these life savers can serve as natural remedies for treating colds, flu, infections and other conditions. Carry IOSAT Potassium Iodide to protect your thyroid gland against radioactive iodine released during a nuclear emergency.

SANITARY SUPPLIES

Make sure you have a 3-month supply of multiple bar soap, laundry detergent, dish washing liquid, toilet paper, hand towels, trash bags, toothbrush, dental floss, razors + blades, feminine hygiene products and hand sanitizers. Always clean your hands before eating and before touching your nose, eyes, mouth or ears.

BARTER ITEMS

When the economic collapse comes, products will be available via the BLACK MARKET. People will start trading goods and services, insteadof buying and selling with dollars. Start collecting barter items NOW that you will need to barter later. The top bartering items are whiskey and alcohol, rum bottles, coffee, cigarettes, chocolate, salt, batteries, butane lighters, weapons, guns, gun ammunition & lead and silver coins. US currency minted prior to 1965 will be useful for trading because of its silver content. Be sure to store MORE than what you and your family will need. If you run out of something essential, you will have to trade for it. Having items to trade will save you from bartering away your priority items. Empty fuel cans will be worth their weight in gold. In disaster situations, empty fuel cans are in short supply. You will need to store fuel in fuel cans for travel. Preserve the stored fuel with Sta-bil, which will extend the life of your gasoline from 2 to 5 years.Buy more ammunition than you need for your defensive guns and rifles. Buy ammo in common calibers for barter and as a store of wealth.

TOOLS & SURVIVAL GEAR

KNIVES: The most essential tool you can buy is a multi-tool like and EDC or the Original Swiss Army knife. It includes a retractable can & bottle opener, scissors, file, knives, wrench, tweezers and more. You will also need an individual knifewith a sturdy blade and a sheath that you can attach to a belt for building shelters, preparing food, making campfires and other tasks.

SPOON & CUP & POT: Your survival gear should also include a titanium spoon and ametal cup or can and/or pot so you can boil water to kill microbes.

TOILETRIES: Portable toilets, toilet paper, and disinfectant bleach should be top items in any survival kit.

LIGHTERS: Buy lots and lots of butane lighters, waterproof matches and tinder for starting fires. One hundred lighters is not too many. Stash them in your car and kits. Starting fires with a mischmetal flint in a dry climate is easy, but in wet weather, you will need a lighter and some flammable helpers to get your fire going. Cotton balls smeared with petroleum jelly or solid backpacking stove tablets for starting fires can be carried in a zip lock bag.

BATTERIES: Buy lots and lots of batteries as well as battery converters or adapters: Turn your AA batteries into C or D batteries. Since a lot of survival items like flashlights run on batteries, get lots of batteries. For communication, buy walkie-talkies, CB radio, portable AM/FM radios and world band/ham receivers radios.

ROD & BAIT: If you are near a lake, river or ocean, invest in a minior folding fishing rod, hooks, bait, fishing line and a fishing net.

HAND-EYES-MOUTH PROTECTORS: Protect your eyes and mouth by stocking a couple of bandanas as well as N95 Particulate Respirators, a gas mask and safety glasses. A small pair of swimming goggles will also work to seal your eyes from dirt and debris. If you wear prescription glasses, have an extra pair. A pair of ear plugs are important to protect your ears from loud noise. Nitrile gloves and a pair of strong work gloves should also be on your list.

BUG OUT BAG: Create a 72 Hour Bug Out Bag or Backpack that contains all the items you need during the first 72 hours after a disaster strikes. It allows you to grab and go in an emergency. This will prevent you from panicking and acting irrationally during the critical first few days after an economic collapse or catastrophy.Your Bug Out Backpack contains toiletries, passport & deeds, computer memory stick, underwear and clothes, bottled water, LifeStraw water filter, snacks, instant packaged meals,metal cup, small pot for boiling water, backpacker mini-cook stove with fuel, sleeping bag, towel, matches and fire starter, flashlight with extra batteries, automatic watch, insect repellant and lip balm, garbage bags, tarp, ground blanket, rain gear, plastic forks, knives, spoons, cord, wipes, first aid kit, medication, sharp knife, multi-tool, fishing line, hooks, bait, compass, cash, physical gold and silver, map, needles & thread, pen, writing paper, and other essential items.

LIST OF THINGS TO BUY

‘Bug Out Bag’, Water Bottles, Fire steel, Hiking Hammock, Survival Kit, Saw, Flashlights, Waterproof Matches, Tinder fire starter, Bandanas, Trash Bags, MultiTool, Emergency Candles, Machete, Spirituality Book, Binoculars, Pocket Knife, Hiking Tarp, Plastic painters tarp, Playing Cards, Metal Cup, knife & sheath, Water Storage, Salt, Fire Extinguisher, Utensils, MRE’S, Water Filter, Mylar blanket, AM Radio, Scissors, First Aid Kit, Camp Axe, L.E.D. HeadLamps, Slingshot, Sunglasses, Compass, Shovel, Fishing line, Snare Wire, Sunscreen, Mirror, Flares, Wide Brim Hat, Multi-Vitamins, Toiletries, Hiking Backpack, Signal Mirror, Dental floss, GPS Device, Jumper Cables, Sleeping Bag, 4 Season Tent, Extra Socks, Portable Stove, Cable Ties, Canteens, Ham Radio, Lined Gloves, Propane, Oi, lSewing Kit, C.B. Radio, Rain suit or poncho, Batteries, Tool Kit, Maps, Bivy sack, Rifle, Solar Charger, Tire Repair Kit, Duct Tape, Whistle, Ammo, Mini Fishing Rod, Hard Candy, Plastic Tubing, Good Hiking Boots, Lantern, Dust Mask, Personal ID, Lighter, Garbage bags, Rubbing Alcoho, lRope & Cord, Family Photos, Space blanket, Chlorine Bleach, Pepper Spray, Energy Bars, Money/Silver, Plastic Freezer Bags, Water-purifying tablets, Survival Books, Chemical hand warmer packets, Shortwave Radio

DEFENSE

When the economy collapses, your local police will be overwhelmed - especially in large cities. Car thefts, robberies, rapes, aggravated assaults and burglaries will be on the rise. As recently as the 1992 Rodney King Riots in Los Angeles, the banks, ATM's and grocery stores shut down for 3 days and so did emergency services. What people wanted most was a gun to protect themselves and their property. Learn how to use a firearm and invest in at least one handgun and one rifle with at least 500 rounds each of ammunition, preferably more. In the opening days and weeks of the crisis, avoid locations where looters, rioters and desperate people are congregating.

Buy a 45-caliber for men. Women may prefer a 9MM with less kick. Colt, Smith and Wesson, H&K, Sig Sauer are some of the best name brandsin handguns. Other types of guns to consider are a good defensive shotgun (12 gauge) with large-size buckshot and a long-range rifle with a quality scope. You will need lubricants, cleaning fluids and cleaning patches for your firearms.

WEALTH

One of the most devastating effects of the economic collapse is the annihilation of your wealth which you have built up over your lifetime in savings and investments. A run on the banks is the end of prosperity and the start of struggling.When the economy collapses, the banks will use "bail-in" policies that empty your bank accounts. Paper in the form of money, bonds, treasury bills, certificates, insurance and guarantees will be practically worthless.

SILVER AND GOLD: Buy silver and gold bullion now. It should be about 50% of your net worth and it will preserve your wealth better than paper assets...but be sure to keep cash on hand. You may want to consider withdrawing ALL of your cash from the banks and find a good hiding place. Neighbourhood thieves are farless dangerous than the thieves who you have entrusted with your savings. You should also remove the contents of your safety deposit box which will not be safe either.

BEWARE OF CELEBRITY ACTIVIST LEADERS

The power elite that has been manufacturing the global debt crisis and the economic collapse uses divide-and-conquer strategies. They finance, install and control both sides of wars, revolutions and movements. That includes the activist movement.

 

   

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