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JADE HELM 15 Tie-In With The Minerva Research Initiative?

May 15, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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Many of you have likely read or heard about the upcoming JADE HELM 15 military training exercise to take place on US soil during this summer. Many believe that this training is specifically geared and aligned towards upcoming civil breakdown here in the United States.

That said, how many of you have heard of the ‘Minerva Research Initiative’? It seems there may be a tie-in between this initiative (which was instated following the 2008 ‘crash’) and the agenda of JADE HELM 15.

Here’s why …
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Titanic Problem For The Economy

May 14, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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“The world economy is like an ocean liner without lifeboats” said chief economist Stephen King of HSBC (London based ‘Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation’ – the world’s third largest multinational bank by assets).

“Whereas previous recoveries have enabled monetary and fiscal policymakers to replenish their ammunition, this recovery — both in the US and elsewhere — has been distinguished by a persistent munitions shortage. This is a major problem.”

Translation: They are out of ammo (tricks, plugs, patches, fixes) and the next crash is going to be ‘real’ (real bad). And although many of us already know this, the fact that he said it publicly, might mean that it’s coming sooner rather than later…

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Dual Sensor Smoke and Fire Alarm, and Why They Are The Best

May 13, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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(Don’t let this happen)

Most so called smoke and fire alarms (smoke detectors) out there are NOT dual sensor. Most of them have a single “ionization” detector that detects flame.

The thing is…it’s usually not the fire that will kill you, it’s the smoke and it’s deadly component carbon monoxide that will end your life.

Here’s what you need to know:
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What Garden Vegetables Are You Planting This Year?

May 12, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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Participate in our poll which asks “What garden vegetables are you planting this year?”

Then come back and visit to see the list of which vegetables are the most common or popular in the garden after more people have participated in the poll…

If your vegetable isn’t on the list, let us know what it is by leaving a comment. And/or simply comment on how your vegetable garden is doing this year…

UPDATE: Poll results are in for the most popular garden vegetables:

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10 Ways To Protect Your Privacy

May 11, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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The following is a list of “Do’s & Don’ts” to help you protect your privacy.

In case you didn’t know it, there’s an ongoing assault on your personal and financial privacy. Countless private organizations as well as some specific ‘alphabet agencies’ of your government are collecting and maintaining detailed records on us.

While clearly your privacy is under siege, there are things you can do about it…

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Sunday Pictures (2015-05-10)

May 10, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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The house through the trees…

I try to enjoy Sunday as a day of reflection and rest & relaxation.
Here are a few pictures I’ve recently captured around here…

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What did you do for your preparedness this week? (2015-05-09)

May 9, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin

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It’s Saturday once again. Another week gone by and the weekend straight ahead. The weather is improving as the winter is in the rear view mirror. More outdoor activities for sure.

So, what have you done for preparedness this week (or this weekend), be it indoors or outdoors?

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