Monthly Archives: July 2012

Scenario video-The self appointed mayor is found and will be dealt with

From YouTube: Another video of our fictional training series dealing with a community trying to survive in a worse case situation. The self-appointed mayor is a tyrant and will hopefully be dealt with and our community made safer from this … Continue reading

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The Most Often Forgotten Survival Preparations

I think it’s safe to say with some conviction that in the year of 2012 the concept of survival prepping is NOT an alien one to most Americans.  When National Geographic decides there is a viable market for a prepper … Continue reading

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Visualizing Today’s Deja Vu Last Second 60,000 E-Mini Contract Wipe Out

  Moreoday, three seconds before the close, someone was in a desperate hurry to dump 60,000 E-Mini contracts – the equivalent of $4.1 billion in underlying notional (ignoring the reflexive impact on various correlated assets and downstream synthetic instruments like … Continue reading

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Keeping OPFOR up to Date on Your Whereabouts

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WRAL-TV) — The American Civil Liberties Union in North Carolina has joined a number of other states is asking police for how they use automatic license plate readers to track and record movement.  The Charlotte Observer reported the … Continue reading

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Growing Risk of Massive Electric Power Outages

These are the headlines which should cause you to take pause and consider, “what if this happened here” – India’s Power Grid Collapses Again NEW DELHI (Wall Street Journal) –Much of India’s electricity supply network collapsed Tuesday in the country’s … Continue reading

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Why Is the Pentagon Listening to Hamas-Linked CAIR?

Recently the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked the Defense Department to drop yet another counter-terror trainer: the Iranian ex-Muslim Reza Kahlili. Surprisingly enough in this hyper-politically correct age, when it seems as if the Obama administration cannot accommodate … Continue reading

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Future Silver Supply More At Risk Than Gold

In order for the future global silver production to grow, it must predominantly take place in the base metal mining industry.  When the world oil supplies start their inevitable decline in the next several years it will also force global … Continue reading

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Where O Where Has ACORN Gone? Have the Nuts Multiplied?

On July 24, in the county seat of Greenville, NC, the Pitt County Board of Elections gave the green light to a revised plan for early voting which will include two Sundays.  The Board voted as such even though the … Continue reading

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Democratic senators offer gun control amendment for cybersecurity bill

Misdirection of gun control legislation from the Arms Trade Treaty to the Cybersecurity Bill. How do you remove our 2nd amendment rights? One piece at a time in any way that the people will accept over time. How do you … Continue reading

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Saudi silence on intelligence chief Bandar’s fate denotes panic

Disquiet in Washington, Jerusalem and a row of Middle East capitals is gaining ground the longer the Saudi government stays silent on the reports of the assassination of the newly-appointed Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan, purportedly in a revenge … Continue reading

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CORN: NEW ALL-TIME HIGHS – ANN BARNHARDT

POSTED BY ANN BARNHARDT – JULY 30, AD 2012 Corn is now trading at new forever-and-ever all-time highs. This is significant. There is a massive seasonal pressure in the corn market that exerts itself at the Fourth of July when … Continue reading

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2 months to go: Autumn NC PATCON (Patriot Convention) Action necessary

EnlargedThe Seven Blackbirds  Autumn NC PATCON (Patriot Convention) Tentative Dates: October 4th – 7th 2012 3 months to go: Autumn NC PATCON (Patriot Convention ================= I. If we have 45 people who pay $20 in advance we can have everything … Continue reading

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Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte asked to resign

July 30, 2012 by Rocco J. Piserchia Today Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte spoke together at Fayetteville Technical Community College in order to instill fear and panic over impending budget cuts to the military.  The 3 Senators … Continue reading

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Guns & Chicken

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6-Year-Old Gives 10 Reasons NOT to Vote for Obama!

From YouTube: Isaac Anthony is a conservative six-year-old who knows where he stands on political issues and the upcoming Presidential election. h/t Brock Townsend

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Obama’s bin Laden Speech Compared to Bush’s Saddam Speech

Although it was previously released that Obama called off the mission against bin Laden several times at the direction of Valerie Jarrett, Richard Miniter’s new book (to be released August 21, 2012) has brought this issue to the forefront of the … Continue reading

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Did President Obama Canceled The Operation To Kill Bin Laden On The Advice Of Valerie Jarrett …. And On Three Occasions?

At the urging of Valerie Jarrett, president Barack Obama canceled the operation to kill Osama bin Laden on three separate occasions before finally approving the May 2, 2011 Navy SEAL mission, according to an explosive new book scheduled for release August 21. The Daily … Continue reading

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Joe Biden: If we don’t win this election, it will be because we didn’t close the spending gap when we could

Friend — This isn’t hyperbole or exaggeration: If we don’t win this election, it will be because we didn’t close the spending gap when we could. Because right now we’re seeing that voters have a choice between two very different … Continue reading

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Corn prices hit record as crops shrivel

Corn prices surged to a new record high Monday, as the worst drought in more than 50 years continues to plague more than half the country. Almost 90% of the United States’ corn crops are in drought ravaged areas, according … Continue reading

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Ebola Reappears – Coincidence or Not?

Ebola has made a reappearance – There has not been a confirmed outbreak of the rare and deadly hemorrhagic fever since September 11th, 2007, when an outbreak occurred in Kosai Occidental province, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where at … Continue reading

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We Are Not A Christian Nation Under Obama

Obama Says His Daughters’  ‘Choices’ May Depend on Funding Planned Parenthood (CNSNews.com) – President Barack Obama told campaign contributors that he favored taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood in part so his two daughters could “control their own health care choices.” Speaking … Continue reading

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Natural gas prices surge 70%

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Natural gas prices have surged over 70% during the past three months, fueled by increased air conditioning use, a switch from coal in power plants, and declining production rates. The price for natural gas at Henry Hub, a … Continue reading

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The relationship between Leo Gerard and the current false President of the United States

Wall Street Insider: What’s that phrase…all the stars are aligning?  The European crisis…Italy now hangs by a mere thread.  We are doing all we can to prevent its collapse…but there are those…they are pushing in the opposite direction.  Collapse Europe, … Continue reading

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Scalia opens door for gun-control legislation

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Sharpton launches ‘Occupy Corners’ against gun violence

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An ill wind blows between US and Israeli intelligence over attack on Iran

The acrimony reached a nadir with an unusually detailed Association Press report on July 28 quoting anonymous sources as stating, “The CIA considers Israel its No. 1 counterintelligence threat in the agency’s New East Division,” – the group that oversees … Continue reading

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With only 100 days to go, 2012 election remains up for grabs

With 100 days until the 2012 election, President Obama has a tenuous lead, but the struggling economy hurts his bid for a second term. Obama leads Mitt Romney by a narrow margin in most national polls, and has a slightly … Continue reading

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What is the price of economic ignorance?

A recent article by Bill Sardi has raised some interesting points concerning the safety of keeping your savings in a bank. However this quote succinctly from Mr. Sardi’s article puts our economic crisis in perspective: A major problem is that … Continue reading

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The Channel-Stuffed GDP Report

I don’t think there was much in the GDP report that wasn’t expected, except durable goods.  The decline in durable goods was comparable to Q2 2011, right down to the primary driver of that weakness – motor vehicles.  However, there … Continue reading

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Stop Paying Taxes Now – TL Davis

For a long time now the trend has gone against the Constitution. The latest Supreme Court ruling that proves that as long as it is considered a tax the people can be forced to buy anything. The penalty for not … Continue reading

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Israel prepares for battle to secure Syrian chemical weapons

HAIFA, Israel –  As Syria’s regime teeters on the brink of collapse, Israeli soldiers and civilians alike are preparing for possible military action to make sure Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons don’t fall into the hands of terrorist groups. Sources close … Continue reading

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iiiMPACT Immigration Conference

Dear Friend and Fellow Patriot,   We would like to invite you to iiiMPACT – an immigration conference being held in Wilmington, North Carolina August 10-11th!  We are bringing together the citizens, experts and leaders from national, state, and local levels … Continue reading

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UN states fail to reach global arms trade treaty

UNITED NATIONS: UN negotiations to draft the first international treaty on the multi-billion-dollar arms trade have ended without a deal, with some diplomats blaming the United States for the deadlock. UN chief Ban Ki-moon said on Friday he was “disappointed” … Continue reading

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A Lord in Sarasota, Florida on Pravda

The corruption of America is complete By Lord Howard Hurts  The corruption of America is complete. The Congress is corrupt. The Supreme Court is corrupt, and the President is both corrupt and a fraud. How can this be possible? Because the … Continue reading

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UH, YEAH, I CALLED IT IN NOVEMBER – ANN BARNHARDT

POSTED BY ANN BARNHARDT Thanks for the forty-two blazillion emails about the Brietbart piece linking Holder to Corzine. Some of you may not have been around here back in the day (last November) when I laid all of this out and predicted … Continue reading

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US bunker-buster bomb ‘ready to go’

The US Air Force’s massive 30,000lb bunker-buster bomb critical for striking heavily fortified Iranian nuclear facilities is “ready to go” Michael Donley, the US Air Force Secretary, said that the bomb “if it need to go today”, would be available. “We continue … Continue reading

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GRNC Alert – Anti-Gun Senators Propose Magazine Ban

Not Letting the Aurora Crisis Go To Waste In the wake of the Colorado tragedy, anti-freedom legislators have predictably seized it as an opportunity to punish those who were not responsible – the nation’s law-abiding gun owners. Using the cybersecurity … Continue reading

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Safety and Preparedness Seminar

We The People Franklin County Patriots  Meeting August 2, 2012  Patriots, Please post, print and share with all your friends Next meeting will be: Thursday August 2, 2012 Rigsbee’s  601S Bickett Blvd Louisburg, NC 27549 6:30pm for dinner & round … Continue reading

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If You Read One Article…

Editor’s Note: The following article from Survivor Mike at The Home for Survivaldetails strategies for community building before and after an SHTF event. While many preppers hesitate to bring any newcomers, especially neighbors they may not know, into their preparedness circle … Continue reading

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Best Laser Engraving of the Week

The “Dogs of War” are laser engraved on the lower receiver for an AR-15. The upper receiver has the accompanying text. Click here for more information about laser engraving.

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