Parts and Ammo, by Eric Peters | STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Comment by tonytran2015: We should learn from the Cuban experience.

https://straightlinelogic.com/2021/01/12/parts-and-ammo-by-eric-peters/

It’s a good idea to stock up on parts for your cars and any other machinery and appliances you might have and ammo, too. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com;

Some people are stocking up on ammunition, which is never a bad idea as ammo retains its value better than gold or silver and – unlike gold and silver- is actually useful in and of itself.

Another item of similar usefulness to consider stocking up on is service/replacement parts for your car, which may become hard-to-get in the weeks and months and (god help us) years ahead as well as more expensive to get.

And not just in terms of money.

Things like engine oil and filters, tune-up parts (e.g., spark plugs, spare spark plug wires, coils, distributor caps, brake pads) and the other items that need to be periodically replaced to keep the wheels turning. You may want to have them stocked up before they are no longer stocked…

VACUUM SEALER REVIEW – THE FOODSAVER V4400 – FOR GOD AND COUNTRY

https://for-god-and-country.blog/2020/07/30/vacuum-sealer-review-the-foodsaver-v4400/

Posted by Patriotman | Jul 30, 2020 | Patriotman, Preparedness & Homesteading, Product Review | 2 |

https://www.americanpartisan.org/2020/07/vacuum-sealer-review-the-foodsaver-v4400/

… I think everyone reading this article agrees that food storage is absolutely critical in any preparedness plan – particularly with both the WUFlu crisis and low level Leftist insurgency that we see going on right now. Everyone’s pantry should have a healthy mix of long term staples (rice, beans, etc), canned goods, and long term freeze-dried goods. Two of the first purchases I made when I moved into my own place was a chest freezer and a vacuum sealer. I chose the Foodsaver V4400 when I made my purchase, and I could not be happier.

REBEL YELL: ‘Day’s of Revolt’, Colonized by Corporations – By Chris Hedges (Flashback) | RIELPOLITIK

Comment by tonytran2015: Corporations have too much priviledge posted on 2020 July 22.

https://rielpolitik.com/2020/07/23/rebel-yell-days-of-revolt-colonized-by-corporations-by-chris-hedges/

Gamer and many others who study the nature of colonial rule offer the best insights into the functioning of our corporate state. We have been, like nations on the periphery of empire, colonized. We are controlled by tiny corporate entities that have no loyalty to the nation and indeed in the language of traditional patriotism are traitors. They strip us of our resources, keep us politically passive and enrich themselves at our expense. The mechanisms of control are familiar to those whom the Martinique-born French psychiatrist and writer Frantz Fanon called “the wretched of the earth,” including African-Americans. The colonized are denied job security. Incomes are reduced to subsistence level. The poor are plunged into desperation. Mass movements, such as labor unions, are dismantled. The school system is degraded so only the elites have access to a superior education. Laws are written to legalize corporate plunder and abuse, as well as criminalize dissent. And the ensuing fear and instability — keenly felt this past weekend by the more than 200,000 Americans who lost their unemployment benefits — ensure political passivity by diverting all personal energy toward survival. It is an old, old game.