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Reflections Of An Army Widow

It’s often said that “freedom isn’t free,” and for the families of military personnel killed during service, that’s especially true.

Ten years ago this month, U.S. Army Major Larry Bauguess was killed during a peace-keeping mission in Pakistan in a tragedy that made national headlines. He left behind a grieving wife, Wesley Bauguess, and […]

Top General Warns: ‘Inevitable’ That North Korea Will Be Able To Nuke U.S.

One of America’s top generals says he has no doubts that North Korea will develop the ability to hit the U.S. mainland with a nuclear weapon if not stopped.

“If left on its current trajectory, the regime will ultimately succeed in fielding a nuclear-armed missile capable of threatening the United States homeland,” Lieutenant General […]

3 Rabbit Breeds You’ll Want When Society Collapses

New Zealand.

Americans raise millions of rabbits each year for many reasons – including for show and for pets — but homesteaders, off-gridders and preppers raise them for meat. Selecting the right breed for your homestead requires consideration of several factors.

First, you want an efficient dressout. This means that there is a […]

How Snoopers Can Photograph The Inside Of Your Home … With Your Own Wi-Fi

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It is now possible to take 3D pictures of the inside of a room or building — from the outside — with Wi-Fi.

The technology, described in the journal Physical Review Letters, is still in the development stage, although its impact on privacy is frightening.

“You could probably use a […]

5 Beneficial Garden Bugs You Should NEVER Kill

Praying mantis. Image source: Wikipedia

As a professional gardener and farmer, one of the questions I field most frequently from people sounds something like this: “I have XYZ in my garden … how can I kill it?”

Usually, this refers to some form of insect. The problem with this approach is that it […]

Survival 101: The Right Way To Determine If A Plant Is Edible

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When those in the survivalist and prepping community talk about living off the land, the focus tends to be on hunting, with maybe a little fishing thrown in for variety. Being a carnivore myself, I happen to like that idea, but in reality, it’s not a complete picture. Our ancestors, […]

Big Pharma and Organized Crime — They Are More Similar Than You May Think

Big Pharma and Organized Crime — They Are More Similar Than You May Think

By Carolanne Wright

“It is scary how many similarities there are between this [pharmaceutical]industry and the mob. The mob makes obscene amounts of money, as does this industry. The side effects of organized crime are killings […]

The City of London (aka The Crown) is Controlling the World’s Money Supply

The City of London (aka The Crown) is Controlling the World’s Money Supply

The ‘Crown’ is not owned by the Westminster and the Queen or England.

The City of London has been granted various special privileges since the Norman Conquest, such as the right to run its own affairs, […]



In a small town called Ansty, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, England – An incredible new Crop Circle appeared that is like none we’ve ever seen before.

This one depicts a very Stargate-like glyphs circling the outer ring, surrounded by a […]

Alcohol Consumption and Spirit Possession

By Zahrah Sita

Although it is mass produced, mass promoted, legal, and ingested by a multitude of people all over the world, most people don’t ever consider or understand the spiritual consequences of drinking alcohol.

Let’s begin by taking a look at the etymology of the Word alcohol. Etymology means the root of the […]

Podcast #4: Dr. David Bearman


This week I sat down with one of the most clinically knowledgeable physicians on medicinal cannabis in the US, Dr. David Bearman as part of his speaking tour around New Zealand. Dr. Bearman is an incredibly knowledgeable man and in this podcast gives excellent insights into the benefits of cannabis as a medicine as […]

Podcast #3: Chlöe Swarbrick

This week I sat down with budding Green Party politician Chlöe Swarbrick, who is currently 13th on the draft MP list and recently came third in the Auckland mayoralty race.

We hope you enjoy this conversation and we’d love to hear your feedback below.

Big shout out to Genocide for letting us use their track […]

Podcast #2: Kevin Hague

This week I sat down and had a chat with ex senior Green MP and current CEO of Forest and Bird, Kevin Hague. We discuss topics such as politics, freshwater degradation, climate change, legalisation of cannabis and the controversial topic of 1080.

We hope you enjoy this conversation and we’d love to hear your feedback […]

Podcast #1: Sam Mahon

Sam Mahon is a respected New Zealand author, sculptor and freshwater activist. In this podcast we discuss Sam’s talents in both writing and sculpting, and why he dedicates most of time towards political activism such as his current sculpture of environment minister Nick Smith taking a metaphoric crap in our glass of drinking water. […]

Christchurch central city: Saying goodbye to Share an Idea?

Should the people of Christchurch prepare to kiss goodbye once and for all to the vision they expressed for their city through the massive Share an Idea consultation back in 2011? It appears vested interests, impatience, fear and political ill-discipline are aligning to scupper the last pieces of the ‘An Accessible City’ plan for […]