Monday, May 7, 2012

Links To Others

The list below are links to my favorite sites.


Rawles Survival Blog a reliable daily fixture, good even if Yuppie orientated

Peak Oil Article Clearinghouse does all the work of finding the PO articles out there

www.zerohedge.com more great economics

Urban Survival.Com daily updates tying headlines together for the big picture

American Energy Crisis

Reflexiones Finales master at apocalypse fiction reviews, plus topical articles

Must Read Weekly Sites.
Kunstler Of "The Long Emergency"
Club Orlov-our fav Russian survivalist
The Arch Druid Report by "The Long Descent" author
Cassandra Legacy- resource depletion

The list below are those companies I shop at. Not all inclusive, just the best.

Emergency Essentials The friendliest, best customer service, flat shipping fee. Small selection but best overall. Like an old Mom and Pop store.
Lehmans Non-Electric High prices but unbelievable selection. Where I get my $50 water filter ( cost after shipping ) and disposable razor sharpener and...
Sportsmans Guide A big corporation selling a huge selection of sporting goods, with excellent customer service. You can't beat these prices. My only source for winter clothing.  Lots of military surplus and great ammo selection.
Amazon Amazon is the only place I buy books from. And they carry a lot more than just books. The customer reviews help your decide on a purchase. One of the few companies that is run soundly by putting profits back into investments rather than into a CEO's pockets.

Below are other good sites.
Primitive skills blog
Survival Acres Blog
Libertarian/Survivalist blog blog
Creekmore's Survival Blog
SHTF Blog
SHTF Plan
Cryptogon.com
Trapping & Stuff By Buckshot
Golden Jackass
Charles Hugh Smith
Archer Garrett ( authors news publication )
Next up, books being sold by my readers
Two Huge Survival Novels
militia porn novels

A company that donates to gun rights organizations with every order you place
Rifle Ammo
Ammo Net

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5 comments:

  1. "Buffett has been drastically reducing his exposure to stocks that depend on consumer purchasing habits.
    Fellow billionaire John Paulson, who made a fortune betting on the subprime mortgage meltdown, is clearing out of U.S. stocks too. During the second quarter of the year, Paulson’s hedge fund, Paulson & Co., dumped 14 million shares of JPMorgan Chase. The fund also dumped its entire position in discount retailer Family Dollar and consumer-goods maker Sara Lee.

    Finally, billionaire George Soros recently sold nearly all of his bank stocks, including shares of JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Goldman Sachs. Between the three banks, Soros sold more than a million shares.


    http://www.moneynews.com/MKTNews/billionaires-dump-economist-stock/2012/08/29/id/450265?PROMO_CODE=110D8-1&utm_source=taboola
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    Sniff, sniff, is that smoke I smell in the financial sector? Nah it couldnt be we are in the midst of a recovery arent we?

    Gold prices (stock market) are tumbling down the stairs. Silver is taking a few little steps down too. But you cant buy any of the physical stuff because its just not available.

    Ammo is still costing an arm and a leg inspite of republican efforts to look good to the NRA lobby. And recent military backed door to door searches happened in the NE USA- hunting terrorists dont ya' know..... (or practicing for confiscation?)

    Where does the (mostly correct) Finely Folicaled one see this going from here? and how much longer do we got? Any other key indicators we should watch for to know it is time to bug out ahead of the rush, or to know it is too late and we should bar the door and draw the black out curtains?

    -Grey

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    1. You know my timing blows. I'm always right, but I panic early. Why do you think I moved to Elko five years ago? I panicked THEN about the economy. As far as Buffet and such, they are still playing the game, just shuffling the cards. They still are investing in paper, right? Betting against bankers and consumption is a smart bet, betting on ANY investment at their level is a bet the economy limps along. I can only say, panic early. Only advice I've got, sorry.

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    2. Actually I remember reading that several of them are investing in railroads, energy, food (on the corporate farm scale and up), and water (on the major dam scale).
      So they might be looking at more practical matters as well.
      After all research on Baby Bushes Crawford ranch shows that those in the know with $$$+ are doing a lot of getting ready on a 'practical' scale.
      But I dont think they realize how bad it can end up getting yet either. I think they are thinking 1930s, and becoming the next eras 'robber barons'. I dont think they are ready for Orwell meets Mad Max--- Which IMHO is what is slowly sliding into place.

      -Grey

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    3. I think you hit the nail on the head- they are still not ready to accept civilization collapse. They being the finance dudes. The Bush family seemed like they were panicking properly with the SA ranch, but with Big Papa all mind fucked after his stroke, who will now lead the clan? Schrub? HAHAHA.

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  2. Last night the $Australian dropped 1/2 a cent against the Yankee after a rumour that Souros was dumping the Aussie- generally, we sit at about the 75 to 80 US cent mark- this near-parity with the US is killing us.....something is keeping it pegged higher than it should be.......

    AKM.

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