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Stock Up On Canned Food for Stock Market Crash, Warns Former Gordon Brown Advisor

Damian McBride said a coming economic crisis would be worse than the 2008 recession
Stock Up On Canned Food for Stock Market Crash, Warns Former Gordon Brown Advisor

by Jon Stone | The Independent | August 24, 2015


A former advisor to Gordon Brown has urged people to stock up on canned goods and bottled water as stock markets around the world slide.

Damian McBride appeared to suggest that the stock market dip could lead to civil disorder or other situations where it would be unreasonable for someone to leave the house.

“Advice on the looming crash, No.1: get hard cash in a safe place now; don’t assume banks & cashpoints will be open, or bank cards will work,” he tweeted.

“Crash advice No.2: do you have enough bottled water, tinned goods & other essentials at home to live a month indoors? If not, get shopping.

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Facebook Censors Post Revealing Secret Bill to Ban GMO Labeling

Social media giant suppresses spread of information on damning legislation
Facebook Censors Post Revealing Secret Bill to Ban GMO Labeling

by Adan Salazar & Anthony Gucciardi | Infowars.com | July 17, 2015


Facebook is actively censoring shares of an article regarding a federal bill aiming to ban GMO food labeling.

Multiple users of the social media platform are finding themselves unable to share an article entitled, “This New Bill Could Ban GMO Labeling For Good,” which discusses H.R. 1599 – a bill known as the “Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015.”

Instead of allowing immediate shares, Facebook prompts users with an error that reads, “This message contains content that has been blocked by our security systems,” according to a screen capture provided by author Anthony Gucciardi.

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Other users are required to answer “security check” questions in order to share the article after a message prompt reads, “It looks like a link that you’re sharing might be unsafe.”

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The official March Against Monsanto Facebook page is also filled with comments from people who say they were initially prevented from sharing the story.

Infowars.com mirrored the article, and was also prevented from sharing it on their Facebook page.

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The apparently-controversial report, posted yesterday to NaturalSociety.com and published on Infowars.com as a featured story, breaks down how the bill, sponsored by Monsanto supporter Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-KS), could soon ban all mandatory GMO labeling in the US.

“More precisely, it has been dubbed to be the ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ on steroids,Gucciardi states in the article, describing how the bill “was drafted up by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), and pushed on us by all the usual suspects. All the ones who are afraid of you actually knowing what’s in your food.”According to Gucciardi, Facebook’s efforts to prevent the spread of information represents a sinister suppression of ideas, and only serves to magnify the importance of the article.

“We’ve seen thousands of reports regarding the censorship of content by Facebook and others regarding the TPP, Monsanto, and similar topics,” says Gucciardi.

“The bottom line here is that this article is being blocked across numerous platforms under the guise of a ‘security’ threat, when we know full well that these sites are perfectly safe.

“This content blocking only further acts to highlight the powerful message behind the secretive bill being put forth by congress to ban GMO labeling and dismantle the opposition against Monsanto.”

Video: Proof The U.S. Can Have GMO Labeling

European countries warn citizens of food contents

by Rob Dew | Infowars.com | June 12, 2015


Infowars reporter Rob Dew shows a quick shot of Austrian food that is labeled as non-GMO and explains how the US could have the same.

How California’s Drought Could Sever America’s Entire Food Supply

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After he announced statewide mandatory water cuts on April 1, California Governor Jerry Brown was criticized for exempting farmers, who use 80 percent of California’s developed water supply.

“They’re not watering their lawn or taking long showers,” Brown told ABC News the following Sunday. “They’re providing most of the fruits and vegetables of America to a significant part of the world.”

If you think California’s water problems are, well, California’s problems, think again. The drought has far-reaching implications for the entire nation’s food supply.

Although known primarily for its almonds and grapes, California grows a staggering amount of the nation’s produce.  The state grows 94 percent of our fresh plums, 84 percent of our fresh peaches, 99 percent of our artichokes, 94 percent of our broccoli, 90 percent of our leaf lettuce, 83 percent of our Romaine lettuce, 83 percent of our fresh spinach, 67 percent of our carrots and about half of our asparagus.

The California Central Valley, stretching 450 miles between the California Coast Range and the Sierra Nevadas, produces two-thirds of the nation’s produce and 80 percent of the world’s almond supply.

(Listen to Off The Grid Radio’s in-depth report on the drought here.)

However, while almonds and grapes — which both do well in California’s brief winters and long, dry summers — are particularly suited to the state, many crops, such as lettuce, celery, tomatoes and carrots, can be grown elsewhere.

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And before the 20th century, they did.

Small and mid-sized farms growing fruits and vegetables once were plentiful across the Midwest. Many of those farms, however, have been replaced by fields of corn and soybeans, and from 1996 until the most recent version of the Farm Bill, farmers that grew these “commodity” crops were prohibited from also growing “specialty” fruit and vegetable crops.

From 1995 to 2012, the U.S. government spent nearly $85 billion dollars subsidizing corn, most of which was used as livestock feed or as ethanol. Between 2002 and 2012, the amount of land dedicated to growing the nation’s top 25 vegetables fell from 1.9 million acres to 1.8 million. During the same period, corn production increased in acreage from 79 million to 97 million.

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How did this happen? In the days before California became irrigated – to the tune of nine million irrigated acres today – the state’s main crops were corn and wheat using natural growing conditions. By end of the 19th century, however, the grain industry had depleted much of the soil.

Thanks to the transcontinental railroad and new engineering feats, such as the ability to divert rivers, early 20th century farmers discovered they could make a good living growing produce and selling it to East Coast markets.

Today, however, there is much less surface water. NASA reported late last year that California’s Sacramento and San Joaquin River basins, which include the Central Valley, have suffered significant losses. These river basins lost four trillion gallons of water each year between 2011 and 2014. That amount is more water than all 38 million Californians use for their domestic and municipal supplies each year. The state is in the middle of a megadrought, and some scientists even have posited that the state was founded in the midst of an unusually wet period. In other words, what we are experiencing now is the norm.

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Mike Hamm, director of the Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems, recently told thinkprogress.org that the U.S needs to regionalize food production “in part to take water pressure off of California and in part to take pressure off of developing countries where we get fruits and vegetables from.”

Michigan is well-suited for growing diverse produce, according to Hamm. He said that Iowa, which historically has had a diverse agriculture but is now dominated by large commodity farms, would have a more difficult transition. “They neither have the land that is producing it, nor do they have the human capital,” Hamm told thinkprogress.org.

The change from a single crop to a more labor-intensive diverse production can happen, however. Former tobacco farmers in western North Carolina, for instance, have diversified in recent years.

Thirty years ago, western North Carolina had about 7,000 tobacco farms. When federal quotas for tobacco farmers that were set up as part of the New Deal were phased out during the George W. Bush administration, the number of tobacco farms had dropped to 94 by the time of the 2012 census.

However, with the help of the nonprofit Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP), former tobacco farmers began to grow fruits and vegetables for local markets.  Between 2002 and 2012, the number of farms there decreased from 12,212 to 10,912, but the number of farms selling produce directly to the local community increased from 740 to 1,190.

According to a report by the ASAP, southern Appalachian farmers found they could provide local communities with nearly 40 percent of their fruit and vegetable needs.

After several years, the California drought shows no signs of lessening. It is time for the nation to make the necessary changes to our food system.

“If we decide we want to change agriculture, I think it’s quite conceivable that we can recreate this whole food system,” Charlie Jackson, ASAP executive director told thinkprogress.org. “We just need to wake up to the fact that we’ve got a problem and start working on it.”

9 Ways To Get Food When The Power Grid Is Down

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Of all the possible disaster scenarios we face, having the grid go down is one of the scariest. Modern society is so dependent on electrical power that when it is gone, everything comes to a stop. Some places, like hospitals, have backup generators to provide them with power, but that will only last as long as their fuel supply does. When that’s gone, so is their power.

The thing is, there are many different things that could cause the grid to go down. Granted, most of them require some sort of attack by an enemy, whether by hacking, an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) or direct acts of terrorism. But the truth of the matter is, taking the grid down isn’t all that hard. It’s a very effective, cheap mission kill, with enormous long-term effects.

According to a study by the Department of Homeland Security, about 90 percent of the U.S. population would die as a result of an EMP that left the grid down for a year. (The same is true of a solar flare.) It’s not the EMP itself that would kill, but doing without things that we all need to survive. Of those people, over half of them would simply starve to death.

The U.S. is one of the biggest food producing countries in the world. Food exports contribute over $100 billion to our annual exports. But without electrical power, the equipment to harvest and move that food will quickly fail, leaving much of the food we would normally harvest and ship to market to spoil on the stalk. Foods that are harvested won’t be able to ship to consumers. So, our huge agricultural industry may keep local people fed, but it won’t help the majority of the country.

If you and I don’t want to become a statistic in such a situation, we’ll need to know where to come up with our own food. Here is a list of ways for finding the necessary food to meet your family’s needs when the grid goes down.

1. Stockpile

The first place you should be able to look for food is your own stockpile of emergency supplies. Granted, in the case of a major event that destroys much of the grid, your food stockpile may not be enough to last. But it will be enough to get you started and keep your family eating while you’re working on some of these other food sources.

2. Plant a Vegetable Garden

No matter how big or small your backyard is, you can raise food in a vegetable garden for continued sustenance.

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One big suggestion here is don’t wait until the grid goes down to start gardening. I’ve learned the hard way that it takes a couple of years to get a good vegetable garden going. You’re going to need to get your soil in good shape, which is the most important part of gardening. That can take at least a year. You’re also going to need to learn how to garden, which isn’t as easy as some people make it seem.

Make sure you have a good stock of heirloom seeds for your garden. Those are the only type of seeds which will produce fruit that you can harvest seeds from. This is important, as the seeds you harvest are what are going to make it possible for you to garden the following year.

3. Raise Chickens

The Quick And Easy Way To Butcher A ChickenChickens are one of the easiest ways of growing animal protein. They will eat literally anything, including other chickens. Apparently their mothers didn’t tell them that cannibalism was a no-no. You can either allow them to lay eggs and harvest the eggs to eat – giving you a long-term source of protein – or harvest the chickens themselves.

Chickens fall into two basic categories: layers and fryers. You’ll want to make sure that you buy the right type of chickens for how you are intending to use them. Generally speaking, layers don’t provide as much meat and fryers don’t lay as many eggs. However, there are a few breeds of chickens which work well for both. Of course, if you want to continue raising fryers, you’ll need a rooster to fertilize the eggs. If all you want are eggs, you don’t need to have a rooster around.

4. Raise Fish

Some species of fish, like tilapia, are very easy to raise and provide a considerable amount of animal protein for very little investment. Tilapia grow well in a wide range of climates, especially warmer ones. They grow fairly quickly, although they are not a large fish. They also do a pretty good job of cleaning their own tank, as they will eat algae. This eliminates the need to clean their tank or pond as much.

There are two problems with raising fish to eat. First of all, you’ll need to find something that you can use to feed them. That will have to be raised as well, as there is no way you can stockpile enough fish food to last the rest of your live.

The second problem is keeping your fish population alive through the winter. This is an especially serious problem if you live in a part of the country where you have cold winters. When ponds freeze, the fish die. So, you’ll either need a very deep pond or to move part of your fish population indoors and keep them in a tank for the winter.

5. Raise Rabbits

Rabbits are another excellent source of animal protein. Once again, they are easy to raise and tend to multiply rapidly. They can be fed mostly excess from your vegetable garden, as well as the parts you cut off and don’t use. Rabbit pellets can be recycled through your compost pile, providing nutrients for your vegetable garden.

If you raise rabbits, be sure to save the pelts and tan them. A rabbit fur coat could be just the thing to keep your kids warm in the wintertime.

6. Hunting

I wouldn’t count on hunting as a way of feeding my family after the grid goes down, but I wouldn’t discount that possibility either. The problem will be that too many people will be hunting. This will thin out the game populations, especially near cities and towns. It also will probably mean that there will be a lot of good game meat that goes to waste, as people don’t preserve it properly.

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Nevertheless, hunting is a way of augmenting your food supplies, especially if you live within walking distance of a good hunting area. Don’t forget small game, either, which are always more plentiful.

One way of gaining an advantage for hunting in that time is to learn how to hunt without using bait corn. Many hunters are limited in their ability to bring home game because they don’t know the animal’s habitats and habits. By knowing those things, you can go where other hunters don’t go and still bring home game.

7. Fishing

Foraging BerriesLike hunting, there will be a lot of people trying to fish to feed themselves. That doesn’t mean that you can’t try as well, just that you need to find a place to go fishing where other fishermen aren’t going. This will be easier for those who live out in the country than for those who live in big cities.

8. Foraging

Nature grows a wide variety of plants that are edible, at least in part. However, there also are plants out there which will kill you if you have them for dinner. Knowing which are safe and which are dangerous requires a bit of study.

Buy yourself a good book on what plants in your area are edible. A local book will be better than a nationwide one, simply because it will focus on what grows in your area. If you’re lucky, it might even have some recipes for how to make your finds taste almost as good as the food you’re used to eating.

9. Gleaning From Farms

When farmers harvest, their equipment doesn’t manage to get every bit of grain or produce. There is always a bit left. This leaves the opportunity for you to go in and manually harvest what is left. This is an old custom, where farmers used to leave a bit in place for the poor to pick and eat.

Of course, if the farmers are unable to harvest with their equipment, there will be a lot more available than just what their machinery misses. In that case, you’ll want to get as much as you can before it spoils. It’s always best to talk to the farmer and work out some sort of arrangement with him or her.

Video: Marines Practice Subduing Citizens Inside Internment Camp

Role players chant for food and water during alarming exercise

by Paul Joseph Watson | May 14, 2015


Alarming video footage from a U.S. Marines training drill which took place in Arizona last month shows armed troops chasing down unruly citizens inside a mock internment camp while role players chant for food and water.

The exercise, which involved U.S. Marines from 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, took place on April 18 in Yuma, Arizona and revolved around “assault support tactics” training.

The drill was part of, “standardized tactical training and certification of unit instructor qualifications to support Marine Aviation Training and Readiness,” according to the description accompanying the video.

In plain English, the exercise was about subduing, arresting and incarcerating irate citizens during a martial law-style scenario.

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The video shows Marines landing in helicopters on a field next to a busy highway. Locals watch the exercise behind a perimeter fence while role players prepare to take part in the drill.

The Marines then practice apprehending unruly citizens, one of whom is carried away on a stretcher.

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One of the role players simulates attempting to escape the enclosure before he is chased down and handcuffed by an armed Marine.

Other role players are then heard chanting “food and water” while rattling the perimeter fence as Marines look on. The video then shows more role players being chased and hauled away. One of the role players is subsequently heard to shout, “let me out!”

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More physical struggles and chases ensue between role players and Marines before some of the citizens receive mock medical treatment, with one Marine heard describing one of the injuries as “gunshot wounds to the chest.”

Some of the victims are then loaded onto the chopper before the video clip ends.

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The Marines will undoubtedly claim that these exercises are to prepare for overseas combat and occupation missions, but U.S. Army manuals have made it clear that such operations also apply to the Continental United States (CONUS), and will be used against American citizens during a national emergency.

Concerns over such exercises have been raised after the announcement of Jade Helm, a nationwide military exercise set to begin in July during which troops will operate undercover amongst local populations.

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Innumerable videos showing similar drills taking place across the United States have emerged in recent months, although this footage is easily the most alarming.

Another video out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida which emerged in March also showed military and law enforcement practicing the internment of citizens during martial-law style training.

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Virtually All Major 2016 Presidential Candidates Oppose GMO Labeling

It’s up to US to protect the food supply.
Virtually All Major 2016 Presidential Candidates Oppose GMO Labeling

by Anthony Gucciardi | InfoWars | May 7, 2015


As the 2015 presidential race continues to usher in debates over social policy and fiscal responsibility, no one is talking about another key issue: all of the major candidates are in completely opposition to GMO labeling — and many are directly supporting Monsanto’s biotech aspirations.

Last month I shared with you Hillary Clinton’s close support of Monsanto and GMO crops in a piece posted just hours after her campaign announcement, but many readers were writing in wondering about the rest of the front running political figures.

That’s when I began reading reports on the Iowa Agricultural Summit, an event in which the Republican presidential candidates were asked to speak on alternative energy, the state of the nation’s agricultural system, and their stance on GMO labeling initiatives at large.

Hidden in reports on the event that received very little coverage and almost no traffic, we find a concerning piece of information: all of the candidates who attended completely oppose GMO labeling in every way. In fact, they directly attack it as ‘anti-science,’ and go on to talk about how safe Roundup-filled GMO crops are for your health.

Speaking on the issue of GMO labeling, KCCI news reports Senator Ted Cruz responded:

“People who decide that’s what they want, they can pay for it already. But, we shouldn’t let anti-science zealotry shut down the ability to produce low cost, quality food for billions across the globe.”

And Jeb Bush was in agreement, stating:

“We should not try to make it harder for that kind of innovation to exist. We should celebrate it … I think that’s a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist.”

Even Mike Huckabee agreed, saying that GMO labeling just made a lot less ‘sense’ to him than labeling foods by their country of origin. All in all, the candidates concluded that it was in fact ‘anti-science’ to label GMOs.

But perhaps the candidates had failed to do their research on the highly publicized link between Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide Roundup and cancer — a link that has now been backed up by a major scientific arm of the World Health Organization known as the International Agency for Research. Now listed as a ‘probable carcinogen’ by the research organization, it has been known for quite some time that Roundup was wreaking havoc on the human body.

Bolstering the conclusions of the World Health Organization’s determination, it was a leading professor of Ecotoxicology at the National University of Littoral in Argentinaa that stated“the international scientific community has warned for years, backed up by studies, that glyphosate is carcinogenic. It is good that WHO has recognized this fact.”

But beyond the science, there’s also the public outrage. As I’ve told you time and time again, we have seen massive public support across the board for GMO labeling, with mainstream polls demonstrating this:

  • ABC News: 93% want federal GM labeling mandate

As we get closer to the 2016 elections, GMO labeling will continue to be a key issue that countless millions will be demanding answers on. Candidates like Ted Cruz, who speak towards a public that is desperate for a political revolution, could very well supercharge their campaign by adding GMO labeling initiatives to their agenda. After all, these initiatives are what helped Senator Bernie Sanders rise to the public eye to a much larger degree.

This post originally appeared at Natural Society