Author Archive | Daisy Luther


The Swedish Government Is Warning Citizens to Be Prepared for at Least a Week Without Help (VIDEO)

The Swedish government is warning its citizens to be prepared to survive on their own for at least a week,  which is unusual advice for Sweden to dispense. Is there trouble on the horizon? Shortly before Christmas, the Swedish government quietly published a paper called “Resilience.” Initially, the requirement had been for people to be […]

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Stockpile Challenge 2018: Week 1 Check-in

We’re at the end of week 1 for the Stockpile Challenge, 2018! For this week’s check-in, I want to dispel some myths about the challenge and share with you some of the observations people have made. Stockpile Challenge Myths Here are a few things I addressed in the Facebook group but figured that people not in the […]

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What to Eat When You’re Broke

The lower your income is, the more difficult it is to be particular about what you feed your family. This probably isn’t an earth-shattering revelation to anyone, but if you feel like experimenting, try to buy a week’s worth of healthy food for a family on a budget of, say, $50-75.  Food manufacturers that target lower-income […]

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These Are the 12 Most Disaster-Prone States in America

No matter where you live, there’s always a possibility that a disaster might occur in any of the states. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires…Mother Nature can get you regardless of your location. And it isn’t just Mother Nature we have to worry about – things like chemical spills, terror attacks, and explosions can also create […]

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These Declassified Nuclear Test Videos PROVE That a Strike Is Survivable (VIDEO)

While everyone is very concerned about North Korea’s nuclear tests, these kinds of experiments are nothing new. In fact, hundreds of them took place right here in the United States between 1945-1962, and a series of declassified nuclear test videos have recently been restored and released. With a world that appears to be actively preparing for […]

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What Everyday Life Is Like in Puerto Rico Now (VIDEO)

In Puerto Rico, everything has changed since Hurricane Maria struck nearly 3 months ago. Many people have no running water. And if they do, it can’t be consumed without boiling. There’s no electricity in many regions. Supplies are scarce. I’ve written about the SHTF aftermath in Puerto Rico, both the day after the storm,  a week after, […]

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