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Hobo Stew

A couple generations ago jobless, homeless individuals roamed around, mostly hitching rides on railroad trains to seek better opportunities somewhere else. World-wide, nation-wide it was lean times, but that didn’t stop their optimism that it might be better somewhere else. The men who hitchhiked around the nation scrounged for survival and in their hobo jungle encampments often shared their own edible tidbits into a communal pot to create hobo stew.

It is that sort of eclectic, varied collection of news stories I share with you today. While coming down home stretch, I am still mentally and physically focused on getting the last few pre-frost, pre-winter outdoor projects completed. I can’t take the time to turn these clips into full-blown, linked essays, but they are timely and significant enough I still want to share them here.

From Backdoor Survival
Starting the Engine of a Prepared Community

All over the world, on all sides of the world, people are waking up to the self-imposed isolation of Mankind. It is a realization that supersedes much of the political and cultural division in our world. All signs are pointing towards a return to the community as a solution to battle the perils of this technological shroud that has overcome many of us.

While the idea of a prepared community is no new thing, the start has always been the trouble. Often times we overlook our own neighborhood because of the fear of rejection when we bring up the topic of preparedness. It’s this fear of rejection that has forced us into our homes and behind the screen for most of our free time.
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from Waking Times

Note that 4G operates at 2.5 GHz or oscillates about 2.5 billion times per second. This frequency mimics water molecules in your body, and was chosen specifically for broadcasting services and equipment under government license. This means that all company products must meet this frequency or be deemed illegal. For what purpose is matching the human body’s frequency, you may ask, other than for weaponization? Good question.

The higher frequencies of 5G–100 GHz and beyond–will use small-scale wireless refrigerator-sized boxes, placed in front of every 2-10 homes on every street, in every city. As you watch the latest Hollywood flick, you will bask, unaware, in microwave emissions that oscillate at the same rate as your blood and oxygen molecules. These frequencies can cause burning sensations on your skin, impact fertility, as well as alter the electrochemical waves of your brain to affect consciousness.

Because 5G frequencies affect oxygen molecules, they affect all biological systems, including DNA, circadian rhythm, heart function, hormonal regulation, and immune system. Hundreds of scientists have expressed concern that humans may experience serious health risks including increases in blindness, cataracts, retinal degeneration, hearing loss, male infertility, cancers, peripheral nervous system damage, impacts on immune cells, red blood cells leading to low cellular oxygen, and impaired transport of nutrients into cells. Impacts on birds and plants may be more severe than the impacts on humans.

Beyond direct effects to health, harmful frequencies threaten society as a whole by ignoring the human right to informed-consent to high levels of radiation. All life on the planet has a right to health and a healthy life. By accepting the 5G rollout without a discussion, as happened with the airport scanners, we give up sovereignty over our bodies and accelerate our demise. These frequencies ionize metals being sprayed into the atmosphere under military “geo-engineering” programs to charge the atmosphere, along with our bodies. These programs further block the healing frequencies of the sun required by all life.

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from Judicial Watch
100 ISIS Terrorists Caught in Guatemala as Central American Caravan Heads to U.S.

In a startling revelation, Guatemala’s president announced in the country’s largest newspaper that nearly 100 ISIS terrorists have been apprehended in the impoverished Central American nation. Why should Americans care about this? A caravan of Central American migrants is making its way north. Let’s not forget that Guatemala is one of the countries that bombarded the U.S. with illegal immigrant minors under Barack Obama’s open border free-for-all. They came in droves from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala through the Mexican border and for years Uncle Sam rolled out the welcome mat offering housing, food, medical treatment and a free education

A terrorist could have easily slipped in considering the minors, coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), were not properly vetted and some turned out to be violent gangbangers who went on to commit heinous crimes in their adopted land of opportunity. In fact, the nation’s most violent street gang, Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), was energized by the barrage of UACs. The Texas Department of Public Safety even issued a report documenting how the MS-13 emerged as a top tier gang in the state thanks to the influx of illegal alien gang members that came with the UACs. At the time more than 60,000 UACs—many with criminal histories—had stormed into the U.S. in a matter of months. Tens of thousands more eventually made it north.

Guatemala has long been known as a major smuggling corridor for foreigners from African and Asian countries making their way into the U.S. Last year Guatemala’s largest paper, Prensa Libra, published an in-depth piece on the inner workings of an international human smuggling network that moves migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh to the U.S. Individuals are sent to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates then flown to Brazil before heading to Colombia. Once in South America, the migrants are transported to Panama before moving on to Costa Rica then a central point on Guatemala. One Spanish news report refers to Guatemala as a human smuggling paradise because it’s so easy to get fake passports. A few years ago, the head of Guatemala’s passport division got arrested for selling fake passports to a group of Colombians, according to a government announcement.

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from Forward Observer
Intelligence & Emergency Preparedness: Helpful Resources

I’ve often been asked about a central location for on-boarding material…

Maybe you’re new to intelligence for community security and want to get started.

Maybe you’ve been following us for years and want to further develop your knowledge and skills.

Or maybe you just want an entire list of my best material to study.

Regardless of where you are, here’s my all-encompassing list of free study materials I’ve written in the past four years through Forward Observer.
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from Backdoor Survival
Learning From Hurricane Michael:

Observations, Future Hurricane Prep, and Staying Fed & Safe During the Aftermath
Being ready to evacuate is essential even if you ultimately do not. Sure Micheal came up suddenly but when it was realized that a hurricane of any magnitude was going to make landfall, bags with enough supplies to last a week should have been packed. Not having to pack at the last minute means you can get in your vehicle or be ready to travel however you need to. It takes just a few minutes to throw 2-4 bags in a car plus pets and go if you are already packed.

Make checklists of what needs to be in each person’s bag. You can use this list every hurricane season so you can have your bag mostly packed ahead of time. This doesn’t have to be a bag that is intended for living in the bush for a week or more so it is a bit different than a bug out bag, however, some people may just want to grab their bug out bag if they have a major one put together already. I just think you may want to throw in a few items to take with you that you may not normally take if you were bugging out into the woods.

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Then there is this YouTube video on weather modification:

And this website with an interesting array of videos exposing various Deep State projects:

Stop The Crime


I’m off to work …