SurvivalBlog readers will notice some changes in our look this morning. We’ve been listening to our readership over the last year and have compiled a list of desired formatting options that they want to see. Primarily, you’ll notice we are now in a two column format. This gives us a bit more editorial space so things like tables are formatted better. There are other changes so we invite you to explore the site.
On May 4, 1970, Ohio National Guardsmen opened fire on anti-war protesters at Kent State University, killing four students and wounding nine others.
Also on this day in 1994, Israeli Prime Minister Rabin and PLO leader Arafat signed an accord on Palestinian autonomy. The accord granted self-rule in the Gaza Strip and Jericho. The world believed that this created peace at last in the Middle East. Of course, the Palestinians then, … Continue reading
If you are reading this, you are probably like many people trying to get a grasp on “prepping” and a general idea of what you need to do or not do to start prepping. If you’re reading articles in this blog then you are doing one of the first steps in the “prepper” lifestyle. You are educating yourself. Make no mistake, that is one of the most important steps. Now I’m no expert by any means, but I have been down this road. I’m going to give a few tips to at least help get you started in the right direction.
Again, if you are reading this you are well into this step. There is truth in the statement that knowledge is power. There are books, articles, YouTube videos, and blogs on any range of topics that you could remotely be interested in. So, finding information on weapons, medical … Continue reading
SurvivalBlog gets a letter about the Archive:
I am very pleased with my purchase of the SurvivalBlog Archive. The search function is very impressive, and the content rivals and surpasses any resource that I’ve ever seen. Its number one asset is that it is wholly portable and Internet independent.
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SurvivalBlog presents another edition of the Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods – a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper.
Many of our readers took notice when we posted the link to Arizona’s John Brown Gun Club. The irony was in the “fake” rifles that many carried as an open-carry protest. Today, SurvivalBlog reader B.B. updated us on their progress. Apparently, they were offended at being caught carrying toys under the guise of open-carry, so this time they posted a video of their range practice. I know they are trying to show how mean and tough they are, but it’s hard not to laugh. They really seem to want to pick a fight though… Continue reading
“The world is now witnessing the final stage of pre-war preparations. The communists have always planned to use North Korea as a trip wire for war with the West. As the current tensions escalate, military experts believe that war could begin on the Korean peninsula before summer. Russia and China have also begun full scale mobilizations, and experts in Europe are now warning that a world war could come as soon as fall.
Donald Trump has warned that ‘North Korea is looking for trouble’, insisting that if China does not decide to help the US ‘will solve the problem without them.’ The US President made this extraordinary statement on Twitter, his warnings backed up by sending a US carrier battle group to the area…