Long-Term Storable Organic Quinoa (and other organic food products)
Water Filters: KATADYN brand only!
Cody Coin Company
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Gold mining companies recommended by Stephen Leeb (read disclaimer below):
Leeb recommends being prepared to hold these for 3-5 years. There will be volatility, ups and downs. Gold could actually go DOWN in the short term, depending on what happens, but long term, he believes the trend is up.
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Properties in Ecuador: (the San Joaquin ranch)
Everbank Debt-Free Currency Fund:
· Beware of the next waves of bankruptcies: Corporations, governments, bonds
· Beware of a terrible Christmas season (economically speaking)
· Expect new bankruptcies in January and throughout 2009
· Government pension are NOT safe (states, cities and nations are going bankrupt)
· Why you need a safe haven plan
· How to be safe where you are right now
o Protect your money against currency hyperinflation
o Avoid riots, avoid civil unrest
o Obey all law enforcement and military, do not resist
o Avoid violence
o Have a decoy stash in your home in case of confiscation
o Be prepared to hand over decoy quantities of guns and gold
o Have extra food stash to share with soliders, law enforcement (candy bars, etc.) but HIDE your real stash
o Share with neighbors if they share with you. Beware of alerting everyone to your level of preparedness.
· Have a GO bag
o 1/10 oz. gold coins
o Water purification tablets (Katadyn Micropur)
o Exstream XR Personal Water Purifier (Katadyn) at www.VitaCost.com
o Raw nuts, protein bars, multivitamins
o Dr. Bronner's soap + personal care items.
o Cell phone. Freeplay "Companion" dynamo radio
o Freeplay dynamo LED light - "Indigo"
o First aid kit, magnesium fire starter, mirror, compass
o Socks, toothbrush, contact lenses, etc.
o Basic OTC medications: Painkillers, anti-itch, antibiotics, etc.
o Duct tape, superglue
o Pocket knife, fork, spoon, cup, tweezers
o Check out the Maxpedition packs
· Stay home strategy
o Avoid inner cities
o Avoid multi-housing units
o Consider infrastructure failures: Water, electricity, food, fuel, emergency services, health care, communications
o Consider the preparedness of your neighbors and the civility of your neighborhood
o "Civilized" neighborhoods break down in 48 hours.
o Store LOTS of water: Plastic bottles, cartons, barrels, etc.
o Own a Katadyn gravity filter to purify stored water. Can keep it stable with H2O2, or a few drops of plain bleach, or ginger juice
o Buy deadbolt locks for the door, use the door-jamming devices to prevent kick-ins
o Own lots of dried superfoods. Human-grade dog food: TheHonestKitchen.com
o Dried quinoa at WaltonFeed.com
o Have fish oil capsules for Vitamin D. (Best is Moxxor or LivingFuel Super Essentials)
o Consider heat or AC. How will you heat? Indoor heating is dangerous.
o Candles are dangerous. Indoor stoves dangerous.
o Consider: LEDs, flashlights, lanterns. But light attracts attention!
o Solar battery charger + spare NiMH batteries (Imedion, others).
o Best flashlight: Smith & Wesson Luxeon Rebel 5-Watt Tactical Flashlight (Amazon.com)
§ Strike element
§ LED lights
§ Common batteries, not special batteries
§ Doesn't look like a weapon
o Consider how you will boil water. What is heat source for cooking?
o Weapons: Don't own weapons unless you know how to use them.
o Mace is useless.
o Guard dog = Good idea. Share your Honest Kitchen food with your guard dog.
o Plywood and signs "You loot, we shoot." Says it all.
o Strategy: Avoid attention. Lay low. Don't flash bling, money or gold.
o Stay informed via radio.
o Don't trust people at the door. Demand positive identification or don't answer the door at all.
o Have safety drill for the family.
o Avoid going to "safety camps" with National Guard or troops. Try to hide in your home. They will move on. If you have food, water, etc., you will be safer at home than in a "safety camp."
o Be calm, not threatening. Cooperate with authorities if you cannot avoid them
DISCLAIMER: ALL INVESTMENTS INVOLVE SOME RISK. Mike Adams is not a financial advisor.