Are seeds the new gold? Advertisements for “survival seeds” are being run during Glenn Beck’s prime time show on Fox News, advising viewers to stockpile nonhybrid seeds rather than gold or silver. When the “politicians and bankers bring the whole thing crashing down,” you’ll be able to grow your own “crisis garden” with nutrient-rich foods to sustain your family…scary times.
Or maybe just a way for agricultural workers to survive the enduring recession that no amount of stimulus seems to end? In the New York Times: “Who brought their own wheelbarrow?” Rob…
Paul Harris writes in the Guardian: Tess Pennington, 33, is a mother of three children, and lives in the sprawling outskirts of Houston, Texas. But she is not taking the happy safety…
Modern day soothsayer Celente is interviewed by Russia Today‘s Marina Portnaya:
The year 2010 and following decade will be marked by an increase in terrorism, says trends forecaster Gerald Celente, who believes the US and NATO are “fertilizing the foundation” for it.
He also says a strong anti-immigration movement will start in 2010 in “every major country.”
They call themselves ‘preppers.’ They are regular people with homes and families. But like the survivalists that came before them, they’re preparing for the worst. Jessica Bennett reports for Newsweek:
Lisa Bedford is what you’d imagine of a stereotypical soccer mom. She drives a white Tahoe SUV. An American flag flies outside her suburban Phoenix home. She sells Pampered Chef kitchen tools and likes to bake. Bedford and her husband have two young children, four dogs, and go to church on Sunday.
But about a year ago, Bedford’s homemaking skills went into overdrive. She began stockpiling canned food, and converted a spare bedroom into a giant storage facility. The trunk of each of her family’s cars got its own 72-hour emergency kit—giant Tupperware containers full of iodine, beef jerky, emergency blankets, and even a blood-clotting agent designed for the battle-wounded…