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Category Archives: bioterrorism
They say evil never rests and as we’ve discovered here in the U.S., evil at the hands of terrorists has become more common. We’ve been told by our “betters” that this is the “new normal”, and that we must accept it. So, if our leaders are willing to foist this “new normal” on us, then it behooves us each to learn as much as we can about the tactics of terrorists and how to respond in a way that could save lives. Terror attack survival is no longer reserved for citizens of hot spots like Israel.
A terror attack can take many different forms, and that’s the main reason preparing is difficult.…Read More...
Today on Drudge I saw the following news item, “ISIS Hackers Plan “Message to America” Attack Today”, they are announcing a hacker attack that is suppose to occur at 2 pm est. The hackers are promising something “surprising” that “will frighten America”.
Then I see where another group of supposedly ISIS terrorists is tweeting about an attack on London, complete with images of guns and suicide belts. A retweet of a chilling message sent out by a user called ‘@71LastTweep’ also warns Muslims to stay away from the Covent Garden area, a location in the West End of London popular with shoppers and tourists.…Read More...
Preparing Your Home, Family, and Business for TERRORIST ATTACKS is the name of a new publication put out by Rep Robert Pittenger, the Chairman of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare. it can be downloaded for free at the above link.
Rep Pittenger made the following statement when asked why he published the manual. “There are U.S. cells today of terrorists that we’re all aware of. I chair the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism, and so I’m conscious of the concerns, and I just think we would be wise as a country to prepare ourselves better for what could happen,”
I reviewed this manual and it is a fairly good overview for people who are less aware. …Read More...
Do you know what diseases were prevalent in your area 100 years ago? While we plan our medical kits and training around injuries and wounds, disease may turn out to be the biggest killer. Due to modern sanitation methods, immunization and antibiotics we have not had to face many of the diseases our ancestors did. A little quick research revealed the following.
Measles killed substantial numbers of children under 15 throughout the U.S. in the 19th century
100 years ago, 50% of adults in North America were toothless.
Dengue fever occurred in Hawaii, south Texas and Florida
100 years ago the leading causes of death were 1.…Read More...
This information was sent to me by a friend. I do not know the Doctor that wrote the article and I am not well versed in this area. Use this information at your own risk.
Preparing for Biological and Chemical Terrorism:
A Practical Guide to Antibiotics and
Their Usage for Survival
Leonard G. Horowitz, D.M.D., M.A., M.P.H.
Disclaimer and Background
This information is for educational purposes only. It is intended to help in the event of biological and chemical weapons attacks on civilian populations. It is not provided in order to diagnose or treat any disease, illness, or injury of the body, mind, or spirit.…Read More...