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U.S. SENATOR ON NORTH KOREA NUKES: "IF WE HAVE TO GO TO WAR OVER THIS, WE WILL" -- TILLERSON TALKING NAVAL BLOCKADE!!!

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After today's ICBM launch by North Korea, the responses by US officials have really ratcheted-up.  Appearing on CNN, Senator Lindsay Graham said "If we  have to go to war over this, we will."  and late tonight, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a statement saying it is time for what would be a Naval Blockade of North Korea.

Video of the Senator saying these words, and the official Statement from the State Dept are at the link below ---- as are important PREPPING suggestions for those of us here in the US to prepare for the clearly coming war.  (We WILL be attacked here in the US)

FULL STORY HERE

 

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I wish I didn't have to say this, but I do: This is going to get UGLY beyond words.    I believe we ARE going to war.  I believe we WILL be attacked here in the CONUS, if not by missiles, then definitely with chemical & biological weapons.

It will be a very tough situation and many of us are likely to be killed. Far more of them will likely be killed. In the end, we absolutely, positively WILL prevail, but at great cost.

The death toll here in the USA can be greatly diminished ------ IF ------ the general public takes some very basic steps to prepare.  But convincing them to do so is like talking to a brick wall.

Here are some suggestions for "Prepping":

WAR PREPS are a smart idea because any attack launched from North Korea will be followed by additional attacks inside the US (and perhaps in Canada too), by "Sleeper Cells."  

These cells will attack Electrical Grids, public water supplies, key highway bridges to halt the flow of food and commerce, key railroad bridges, to halt the flow of food and war-fighting supplies, Oil and gas pipelines to shut down our ability to keep warm or to travel or deliver supplies.

They will release chemical and biological weapons to take as many of us down with them as they can.  

 

You and your family absolutely MUST prepare.  You MUST have:

An Emergency Food Supply

An Emergency Water Supply

Filter Masks to protect from inhaling radiation particles or Chemical/Biological Weapons

Swimmer masks or waterproof goggles to protect our eyes from Nuclear/Chemical/Biological Weapons

A source of Emergency Electrical power: A generator,  or an INVERTER to convert DC car batteries to AC electric, or Solar panels with batteries and an INVERTER.

Spare Fuel: For your car(s), Trucks, Emergency Generator fuel supply etc.

CASH MONEY ON HAND -- Puerto Rico got hit by a hurricane and here we are over a month later, many banks and ATM's are all still closed and offline. Credit cards don't work. Debit Cards don't work. What few stores are open won't accept checks.  CASH IS KING.  Such will be the case nationwide in the USA if we get hit here by North Korean attacks.  No cash?  No nothing for you. Have some cash on-hand.  Not to pay bills, but to rely upon in an emergency so you can survive.

Emergency HEAT.  We are rapidly approaching the onset of Winter.  You should have at least ONE source of Emergency heat.  Perhaps a Kerosene Heater with spare fuel?  SOMETHING is better than nothing.  If war hits here . . . and attacks here in the USA are ___ LIKELY ____ you'd better have a way to keep warm if all the electric is out and if gas lines are sabotaged stalling your furnace.

Emergency Communications: Again I refer to Puerto Rico because it is an actual, ONGOING, situation and a prime example of how screwed-up things get when disaster strikes.  People on that island can't get cellular or wi-fi, have no phones and no electric; thus cannot communicate with their loved ones.  Don't be like them.

Get yourself a CB radio ($29) and antenna for each car, and a CB radio and antenna for your house.  CB does not require a license, is good for several miles and can keep you in touch with your loved ones during a disaster.

Better yet, get yourself Family-Radio-Service (FRS)  walkie talkies. ($15 ea.)  They're only two watts, and the range is very limited (1/2 mile at most) but it will keep you in touch with family members nearby.

Make certain you have spare medicine to live on.  Some folks take specific medicines without which they cannot live.  For instance, one member of my family had a Thyroid removed due to cancer.  That person MUST take a Thyroid replacement drug once a day.  Without that medicine, my family member will die by day five of no medicine.  Have a month or longer supply of such vital medicines on-hand.  

 

Here's the worst part:

YOU MUST KEEP YOUR PREPS SECRET

The worst part of this situation is that you cannot tell ANYONE that you have made preparations.  The overwhelming majority of people simply will not take _any_ steps to prepare.  And when disaster strikes, they will come knocking on YOUR door, begging for help.

Many of you will find yourselves in a situation where people you've known for years, come begging you for food and you'll face a stark choice: Feed THEM, or feed YOURSELF.  They had a chance to prep but didn't.  They made that choice, they have to live (or die) from it.  Only the strong survive.  The weak and weak-minded do not.

If you make the mistake of bragging or telling anyone that you're making preparations, they'll stick that in the back of their minds and do nothing, figuring they can come to YOU when the SHTF.  ANd if you make yet another mistake of actually giving any of them food, THEY WILL TELL OTHERS!  You'll quickly find yourself totally swamped by desperate, hungry people. 

HAVE FIREARMS and AMMUNITION  You should have a firearm to protect yourself and your family. When the ignorant masses start getting hungry, first they'll _ask_ for food; then they'll come to TAKE IT. You had better be ready to fend-off these predators.

 

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