Are You Prepared for a RED ALERT?
- Prepare for a comms down/blackout environment. Obtain CB and HAM radios, fuel, food, etc
- Meet face to face and sort out grid down comms and who will be Home Guard and part of a “Family Safe” program to stay back and protect families, while also determining who can project out to protect and assist others. Do it now before comms can go down.
PREPARE FOR COMMS DOWN/LIGHTS OUT (This article was edited in half for security.)
Within the short term, we face a very high possibility of an intentional “comms down” scenario where all communications in the US – No cell service, no internet, no land lines. A comms blackout. This could also include a take-down of electrical power. Just in case an intentional power blackout. Worst case scenario would be an EMP strike. That is the Chicom/globalist final option to stop us. Be as prepared as you can be for it.
2. Have a CB and Ham radio, a battery operated radio, candles, and matches now. You can find CB radios at truck stops. FRS radios from sporting good stores or Wallmart are also useful for close range (inside Neighborhood) comms. HAM radios will likely have to be ordered over the internet, so order them now! Get a shortwave radio so you can monitor for news and info. Even if you don’t know how to run a HAM or CB radio, buy it. Someone else will know how.
3. Get all the fuel you can – gas, diesel, NOW. Get the fuel out of the underground storage tanks and into portable containers. Get all you can. When you think you have enough, double it. Do NOT presume you will be able to buy fuel during an emergency. A power blackout alone will make it hard to get the fuel out of underground storage tanks, let alone suffering a run-on gas stations as everyone scrambles to get it.
4. Buy as much food as you can NOW. Double and triple whatever you have. Buy more for friends, family, neighbors. Buy bulk non-perishables that can be cooked with just hot water (rice, beans, oatmeal. etc.), or canned goods. If you can afford it, or if you have to, charge it or take it out of your savings. Buy freeze-dried “Mountainhouse” type camping foods (just add hot water). They can still be found in camping supply sections of big box stores. Get food, medicines, vitamins and minerals, and personal hygiene items (baby wipes, for example). Follow the Mormon advice of a three months supply of what you normally eat/use anyway, and then a year’s worth of bulk long term storage foods.