In the '40s and '50s, and earlier, it was common practice to garden in the Summer and can the garden produce in the Fall. Except for those in city apartments, everyone with a plot of land always had a basement's store of foods they'd canned themselves. It was the way-of-life in our country. Unfortunately for us now, grocery store abundance and convenience have lulled us into a false sense of security. "No need to be concerned, the grocery stores are well-stocked."
In '98-'99, fears of Y2K caused many to prepare for computer disasters, buying dehydrated and freeze-dried foods and storing them, just-in-case. Fortunately, Y2K proved to be a false alarm. Unfortunately, Americans were lulled back into a false sense of security. Today, most of us have been put completely to sleep! The occasional hurricane, tornado, earthquake or mudslide awakens us briefly, but the stores get restocked and we forget again.
But, there is NOW a real threat you may not be aware of: Iran--a country sworn to our destruction--has developed effective missile technology. That's not a huge concern ... until they perfect nuclear technology, or buy a couple of nukes from any other country that hates us.
But, Iran doesn't need to nuke our cities. They just need to explode a nuke, at the proper altitude, off the East coast and the West coast. The electromagnetic pulse that the explosions create will disable EVERY computer, vehicle, phone, utility, manufacturing plant, everything that uses electronics ... and will shut down our country entirely. Perfecting that altitude is EXACTLY what the Iranians have been doing. All they need now is the bomb.
I urge you to watch this 8 minute video to learn more of this very real danger, and--on that page--see what YOU can do to get prepared. Please share this with your friends and loved ones! We need to prepare individually and motivate our government to prepare our infrastructure against an EMP attack. This one’s not a “guess” like Y2K was. It’s a certainty, if/when Iran gets the bomb.
Don't put this off! ... and welcome back to 1850....