Survival Mode


Statistics prove that those who are prepared for a disaster, natural or otherwise, have the BEST chance for survival. Unfortunately for many, the thought of investing in large quantities of food and other necessary items is often a daunting decision and one that is frequently put on the “back burner” while we attempt to muddle through everyday life. The goal of this column is to provide a commonsense approach to building the necessary inventory required to survive.  

Next let's take a look at what you need to be prepared. Be it flooding, earthquake or something more, preparedness against case of power outage or evacuation is vital.

Be prepared for evacuation due to any disaster whether natural or civil. Be prepared for any emergency be it hurricane, flooding, earthquake, etc When the phones are out; HAM radios, frequencies, antennae and alternate communication. Communicating via radio walkie-talkie and CB. Be informed on the effects of genetically modified foods you purchase each day.


Remember the Most Important thing in any disaster is not always what you have.....

but how YOU react.



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  • These comments are from our Archives, there is a lot of  useful information in the forum below- that is ageless!




    What else are they keeping quiet?

    Why is survival food selling out across the country? Do you think that it’s all just coincidence? Or do you know deep down that there’s something far worse on the horizon.

    The sad part is, that if everyone could see what I see, we’d have half a chance! They think having a food stockpile ready for a natural disaster is something they can put off for "someday" or "never".

    As it stands right now, it’s going to be every man for himself!

    We tested the top survival food and you’ll be shocked at what we found. The evidence shows the situation is way too serious not to do something about it. When a crisis hits, you'll be ready. I can show you how to make sure you and your family are safe…. right here.

    The fact is, if you don't take action or if you stockpile the wrong foods, you could be setting your family up to be hungry in a time of crisis. It sounds harsh, but the truth is too many people with good intentions are making critical mistakes with their food stockpiles.

    Mistakes like...

    • Buying MREs with a 5 year shelf life (depending on where you buy them from they could be near expired)...

    • Getting gross survival foods that are tough to stomach and so high in salt, MSG and preservatives you could clog your arteries and get yourself sick...

    • Or simply buying the wrong foods and leaving a critical hole in your meal plan, which means your family can become malnourished...

      You need to get ‘er done right now.

      Here's why... If you don't take action to get your food stockpile right now, you'll be in the same boat as the brainwashed masses who think "everything is fine." And if a crisis hits and your family asks, "What are we going to eat?" your mouth will go dry and you'll feel powerless.

      Food4Patriots survival food kits.


  • Very Important. From A Cardiac Specialist!  - HEART ATTACKS AND WATER

    Gravity holds water in the lower part of your body when you are upright (legs swell). When you lie down and the lower body (legs and etc) seeks level with the kidneys, it is then that the kidneys remove the water because it is easier.

    Correct time to drink water...

    Drinking water at a certain time maximizes its effectiveness on the body

    2 glasses of water after waking up - helps activate internal organs
    1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal - helps digestion
    1 glass of water before taking a bath - helps lower blood pressure
    1 glass of water before going to bed - avoids stroke or heart attack
  •  Vetiver oil - great for acute muscle pain, sore muscles, back injury pain - is one of our thickest essential oils, and I find that I need to take the stopper out of the bottle in order to gently tip a drop onto my finger. It has a very earthy smell, much like a forest after a fire… it’s not one that I’d necessarily wear as a perfume. Yet one of its emotional characteristics, according to Gabriel Mojay in his book Aromatherapy for healing the Spirit, is that it stills a busy mind. So if you are an over-thinker, this is a perfect oil. It’s not surprising therefore that it was one of the essential oils that Dr. Terry Friedman used in his experiment on children with ADD and ADHD. I also find that because of its earthy smell, I’ve had many a horse lick it straight out of my palm!!!!

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  • There is excellent information on these pages! Great Reading!

  • I highly recommend the US Airforce Survival Manual.
  • How To Be A World-Class Survivalist in 5 Simple Steps

    Joy Paley
    Activist Post

    With the recent econopocalypse, it’s no wonder that people are becoming more interested in what it would take to survive after our current society has undergone a major shift. After all, if something we thought was intrinsically stable—our financial sector, and the guarantee of ever increasing wealth—is actually pretty flimsy, well, a lot of other things can be brought into question too. Take out a seemingly small piece of the puzzle, like access to gasoline, and you find that your local grocery will run out of goods within 2 days. Learning the basic skills to survive without the modern conveniences of society is a way to prepare yourself for these unpredictable shifts. And, the skills you’ll hone in the process—self-reliance, problem solving, and cleverness—are ones that will definitely benefit you in your everyday life.

    1. Get In Shape
    It’s not that exciting of a tip, but it’s probably the most important in terms of survival. Having an in-shape cardiovascular system will mean that you’ll be able to run, forage, and do any other intense aerobic activity that comes with living outside of society. Keeping your muscles strong is to key for chopping wood, building shelter, and generally being useful when physical brawn again becomes as important as intellectual ability

    2. Learn Basic Wilderness Skills
    Before you hit the military surplus store for thousands of dollars worth of MRE rations, first put a little effort into really getting good at basic skills for navigating outside of your comfort zone. First, learn how to build a fire,  how to build a protective shelter outside and how to find water. These three most basic skills aren’t easy—but they are sure to come in handy when you’ve got no lights, heat, or running water.

    3. Invest Wisely in Supplies
    Now that you’ve committed to survivalism by knowing a few basic essentials, you can consider investing in the supplies that will make your life easier, after society’s collapse. Don’t head down to your local REI store though—you can burn through your entire nest egg on commercial wilderness and survival gear at those fancy places. Think utility and budget

    • Stock up a pantry of canned goods— beans, tuna, veggies, fruit, and soups
    • Get bulk basics like oil, sugar, salt, peanut butter, rice, lentils, etc.
    • Pick up a rechargeable LED flashlight for every member of your family
    • Get several 5 gallon jugs of water
    • Create a comprehensive first aid kid
    • If you don’t have one, purchase a firearm and stock up on ammunition

    4. Learn How to Feed Yourself
    No matter how many Costco jugs of peanut butter you buy, your food stock isn’t going to last forever. Any survivalist has to know how to feed themselves when the going gets tough. This includes growing food, foraging, fishing, and hunting. Stock up on seeds, and start with a small vegetable garden. Learn to identify and find edible and medicinal plants in your area. If you’ve never hunted, start small. Find, catch, kill, and cook a rabbit or squirrel to start.

    5. Learn Antiquated Skills
    Back before the days of Super Wal-Mart and excess income, regular people like you and me knew skills for surviving the year. In the winter when there weren’t any fresh fruits and vegetables, people depended on canned, pickled, smoked, and other preserved food that they had prepared in the summertime. Candles offered valuable light, and handmade soap kept them clean. These are the types of skills that will not only keep you alive longer, but will actually make living a little more enjoyable.


    "...we can't live in an eternal emergency state..."

    ...TRUE, whether it be national or individual.  ON the personal level, nearly everything I can do to be prepared has been done ~ selfishly, further preparation is being put on hold to accommodate my continental drift vacation, but the final pieces/parts should be in place within a handful of weeks after returning.  I'M good-to-go if electricity is lost, and the ensuing breakdown of the economy and civilization... I SUPPOSE I'm good-to-go if there's a biological/chemical attack, since going to where the people are in order to survive won't be necessary... THE major threat I'm really not prepared for, is if our government becomes totalitarian, since I'm probably too old to successfully operate for any length of time in a guerilla mode...


    "...and allow the executive branch to use omnipitent power."

    ...THIS IS my biggest fear/concern, since if our military goes along with the takeover, then the might we often see displayed on tv WILL be directed at us... already "they're" using drones against us... GUESS I'll hafta get my own drone to dog fight with their drones!!


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