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‘Financial Rebellion’ With Catherine Austin Fitts

‘Financial Rebellion’ With Catherine Austin Fitts

 

July 21, 2022  | ‘Financial Rebellion’ With Catherine Austin Fitts | CHD.TV |

The revolution will not be centralized. Financial Rebellion is a weekly show featuring Catherine Austin Fitts and attorney Carolyn Betts, General Counsel of Solari, Inc. who call upon their years of experience in the financial and legal sectors to provide us with the tools we need to powershift our money and reclaim financial independence from the monopolizing grip of the central banks and digital currency titans.

 

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Engineered Crisis & How to Prepare

Engineered Crisis & How to Prepare

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July 17, 2022 | Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola | PDF

How to Prepare for Coming Crises

 

 

In the video above, I discuss the inevitability of coming food and energy crises, and how to prepare for them, on the Children’s Health Defense “Good Morning CHD” program. As I mention in that interview, it seems clear that these crises are being fabricated according to a predetermined plan, just as the COVID pandemic plan was foretold during Event 201.

The global technocratic cabal responsible for these plans don’t actually hide their plans. They announce them in various ways in advance. Tabletop crisis exercises are one of them. The publishing of white papers is another.

The Rockefeller Foundation has been a prominent player in putting out the “deep state” cabal’s plans. Not only was the Foundation a sponsor of Event 201, during which participants practiced everything that later came to pass, but it has also published at least three separate reports that describe the implementation of various parts of what we now recognize as the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) Great Reset agenda.

 

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FLOE Show #12 – Are you prepared for the coming “dark winter”?

 

The FLOE Show 12 | November 3, 2021 |   |  

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Farmers Panic, Can’t Get Supplies to Grow Food: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqOSagleOA4

Operation Dark Winter Bioterrorism Exercise June 22-23, 2001
https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/events-archive/2001_dark-winter/Dark%20Winter%20Script.pdf

The Green Agenda or how this energy crisis is different from all others by F. William Engdahl, 11.10.21: http://www.williamengdahl.com/englishNEO11Oct2021.php

How should you prepare? https://www.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/7/4/137404875/how_should_you_prepare_.pdf

Naturally supporting your health in a time of crisis
https://www.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/7/4/137404875/naturally_supporting_your_health_in_a_time_of_crisis.pdf

Maintaining your health in a time of crisis
https://forlifeonearth.weebly.com/maintaining-your-health-in-a-time-of-crisis.html

Emergency preparedness
https://forlifeonearth.weebly.com/emergency-prepardeness.html

Zero-GMO.com  https://zero-gmo.com/

How To Make COLLOIDAL SILVER – The Easy Way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0Ucg5hHdb4

Weekend meditations with Susan Ashley: Ignite the Light: https://lovelightandtruth.com/

Amazing idea for growing garlic | How to grow garlic in plastic bottles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBuhB1jmu7k

DIY brick rocket stove – cooking without electrical power: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onMbSLuC7Oc&t=441s

The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods

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🌻 8 Tips for Prepping in Suburbia and the City

🌻 8 Tips for Prepping in Suburbia and the City

 

July 6, 2022 | By Daisy Luther | The Organic Prepper | Self-Reliance and Skills Archives |

If you aren’t already living on your dream acreage in the country, you may need to settle in for the long haul wherever you are. I’ve written many times about the importance of “blooming where you’re planted” – heck, I even created a course about it. But with our current economic situation, you may need to get serious about prepping in the city or suburbia if that’s where you happen to be.

I’ve lived a whole lot of places – way out in the boondocks, on a little homestead, in suburbia, in Europe, in Mexico, and currently, in an apartment in a large city. In each and every one of those homes, I prepped to the best of my ability.

And that’s all you can do. You have to be realistic and know that there’s only so much that you can manage. With that being said, here are my tips for prepping in suburbia and in the city.

 

Make the most of your space.

Whether you live in a suburban house or a big city apartment, you may find that your space is far more limited than our country-dwelling counterparts. That doesn’t mean you can’t prep, though!

If your home is on the smaller side, it’s important to make the most of every inch while avoiding making your place look like a bunker. Store things under, inside, and behind your furniture to get the most storage bang for your buck. Get some attractive containers to put on top of your kitchen cabinets and take your storage all the way to the ceiling.  Keep track of where you put things, however, so you can find them when you need them.

Here are some articles to help you make the most of your space, no matter where you live.

 

Grow what you can.

I’ve had everything from a small farm to a small patio in which to raise food, and the important thing is to do what you can. I’m currently growing tomatoes, jalapeños, bell peppers, squash, three kinds of beans, and lots of herbs on my tiny patio.

Clearly, I can’t grow everything I eat in this space, but I can largely avoid buying produce for several months out of the year. I also like to sprout in the winter and grow herbs and lettuce in my sunny windows. This is intended to be supplemental, not to take the place of other food. It’s awfully nice to be able to walk outside barefoot and grab some fresh, nutritious, organic produce every day in the summer.

Here are some resources for small space gardening.

 

Improve your fitness.

When I lived in the country, there was more activity in my daily life. I was constantly shoveling, lugging, digging, and walking. It certainly kept me fit without additional effort. Living in the city can soften you up if you aren’t careful. So can living in a suburban area that isn’t very walkable. If physical activity isn’t part of your daily routine, then you have to make an effort to add it.

Can you imagine being in a bad situation and being too out of shape to escape it? Or being unable to repair your home because you aren’t strong enough? No matter what your physical situation is, you can do things to improve your fitness.

If you aren’t suffering from any kind of injury or chronic ailment, try adding steps to your daily life. (Fitbits are great to keep you motivated!) Use the resources around you for fitness. If you live in an apartment complex, is there a pool or gym? Do you live near a school with a track for walking that is open to the public? What about a local park or walking trail?

If you are dealing with an issue that makes exercise difficult, look into seated exercises. DDPY Fitness has routines for people with mobility issues, including workouts from a chair or bed. You can also find stuff on YouTube. Of course, it goes without saying to consult with your doctor before beginning any kind of fitness plan.

 

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