No Image

Economic Disasters • Re: Recession

March 13, 2018 Renerylee2 0

Russia or China won’t own us. All the countries (except three) are under the control of the Central Banks in their countries which are all owned by the Rothschild’s. The Rothschild’s don’t care who runs a country because they are in control of the m…

No Image

Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 29, 2017 Renerylee2 0

While the news media is mostly dealing with the victims of Harvey, preppers should take notice of what didn’t happen. Officials knew days ahead of time that the amount of rain and flooding would far surpass what they were warning and demonized anyone saying otherwise. This left many people thinking they would not be affected and did not plan accordingly. There are a lot of advertisements now by the government for disaster planning directing to Ready.gov which makes me think that Harvey isn’t the only disaster we aren’t being told about. My highest respect for those who have weathered this storm and stay strong and safe.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:29 am


No Image

Urban/Suburban Survival • Re: Truth About Gangs

June 19, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I recently read that Norway has bunkers for 2 million people which leaves about 2.8 million left out for a major event. The leaker said that there was a “shoot to kill” order for anyone who survived the event because only the people with skills would be saved. With Russia doing bunker drills for 40 million people and China building cities and forcibly relocating their populations, you have to wonder what the US is doing for us. I believe Obama deliberately kept gang members in this country to cause more mayhem and death for survivors and bought enough ammunition for his army to kill off any survivors when he and his friends come out of the bunkers. We will have a big problem with gangs but our neighbors who would be willing to sell their souls for a drink of water will probably be a worse problem and the Government FEMA round up force will be a more immediate threat.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:54 pm


No Image

Urban/Suburban Survival • Re: Truth About Gangs

June 19, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I recently read that Norway has bunkers for 2 million people which leaves about 2.8 million left out for a major event. The leaker said that there was a “shoot to kill” order for anyone who survived the event because only the people with skills would be saved. With Russia doing bunker drills for 40 million people and China building cities and forcibly relocating their populations, you have to wonder what the US is doing for us. I believe Obama deliberately kept gang members in this country to cause more mayhem and death for survivors and bought enough ammunition for his army to kill off any survivors when he and his friends come out of the bunkers. We will have a big problem with gangs but our neighbors who would be willing to sell their souls for a drink of water will probably be a worse problem and the Government FEMA round up force will be a more immediate threat.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:54 pm


No Image

Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: FARADAY CAGES

June 19, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I’ve recently revisited the Faraday option because of the NK threats. What I have found that works for me is to 1) cover my electronics with something non-metal (even fabric will work) 2) package the item in a mylar bag. I have taped mylar bags together for larger items. 3) Cover the item again with something non-metal 4) Cover the item again with a mylar bag making sure the outside bag does not touch the inside mylar bag. 5) test the inside by placing your cell phone inside and seeing if you can hear it ring. I needed to have 2 layers of mylar to stop the phone ringing. I still place the items in a metal box if it’s small enough for overkill insurance. If you have a mylar bag sealer and don’t plan to use the item for a long time, that would even protect against moisture. I went with mylar because aluminum foil is just too fragile. You can buy mylar bags large enough to fit 55 gallon drums if you still want to use the drum method but be careful not to have the mylar touch the metal drum. This seems to be for me the cheapest yet most effective method for me.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:26 pm


No Image

Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: FARADAY CAGES

June 19, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I’ve recently revisited the Faraday option because of the NK threats. What I have found that works for me is to 1) cover my electronics with something non-metal (even fabric will work) 2) package the item in a mylar bag. I have taped mylar bags together for larger items. 3) Cover the item again with something non-metal 4) Cover the item again with a mylar bag making sure the outside bag does not touch the inside mylar bag. 5) test the inside by placing your cell phone inside and seeing if you can hear it ring. I needed to have 2 layers of mylar to stop the phone ringing. I still place the items in a metal box if it’s small enough for overkill insurance. If you have a mylar bag sealer and don’t plan to use the item for a long time, that would even protect against moisture. I went with mylar because aluminum foil is just too fragile. You can buy mylar bags large enough to fit 55 gallon drums if you still want to use the drum method but be careful not to have the mylar touch the metal drum. This seems to be for me the cheapest yet most effective method for me.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:26 pm


No Image

Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: FARADAY CAGES

June 19, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I’ve recently revisited the Faraday option because of the NK threats. What I have found that works for me is to 1) cover my electronics with something non-metal (even fabric will work) 2) package the item in a mylar bag. I have taped mylar bags together for larger items. 3) Cover the item again with something non-metal 4) Cover the item again with a mylar bag making sure the outside bag does not touch the inside mylar bag. 5) test the inside by placing your cell phone inside and seeing if you can hear it ring. I needed to have 2 layers of mylar to stop the phone ringing. I still place the items in a metal box if it’s small enough for overkill insurance. If you have a mylar bag sealer and don’t plan to use the item for a long time, that would even protect against moisture. I went with mylar because aluminum foil is just too fragile. You can buy mylar bags large enough to fit 55 gallon drums if you still want to use the drum method but be careful not to have the mylar touch the metal drum. This seems to be for me the cheapest yet most effective method for me.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:26 pm


No Image

Batteries etc… • Re: How do battery banks work?

April 10, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I have a Humless lithium battery that I am really happy with. I don’t think you can bank lithium batteries but the Humless is pretty powerful as is. It can sit for several months without needing a boost. I have solar panels that could charge it but I recently bought a bike generator to charge the Humless to accommodate all weather conditions. No toxic fumes. Sure, it was pricey, but wasting my money and time trying to keep a battery bank charged and not be sure if the sun will shine, is well worth it. (I heard that one University figured how to make a lithium battery recharge forever by placing the inside filaments in a molding to stop the vibration which causes them to deteriorate. or something like that. I doubt that will ever be available for us common folk.)

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:25 pm


No Image

Batteries etc… • Re: How do battery banks work?

April 10, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I have a Humless lithium battery that I am really happy with. I don’t think you can bank lithium batteries but the Humless is pretty powerful as is. It can sit for several months without needing a boost. I have solar panels that could charge it but I recently bought a bike generator to charge the Humless to accommodate all weather conditions. No toxic fumes. Sure, it was pricey, but wasting my money and time trying to keep a battery bank charged and not be sure if the sun will shine, is well worth it. (I heard that one University figured how to make a lithium battery recharge forever by placing the inside filaments in a molding to stop the vibration which causes them to deteriorate. or something like that. I doubt that will ever be available for us common folk.)

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:25 pm


No Image

Personal Safety and Home Security • Re: Saying no to unprepared families

February 14, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I’ve given it some thought and if it’s a long term disaster, I would not answer the door. I would,however, put a sign on the doors telling people not to break in the door thinking that I am not there or they will be shot. They’ve been told not to come to my house anyway. One who even believes hard times are ahead said “The Lord will provide”. I told her not to confuse me with the Lord.

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:15 pm


No Image

Financial Issues • Re: Are We Being Stupid????

February 13, 2017 Renerylee2 0

I was a single mother, worked crappy jobs, worked in pain, and missed out on a lot because I couldn’t afford it. All my choice and I’m not blaming anyone or whining about it. You appear to me to be some lazy, stay at home mother, who has idly watched as your finances dwindled, watched as your husband’s health took it’s toll, watched as he ate crappy take out food because there’s obviously nothing in the house healthy enough to eat, and now, you’re just THINKING about getting a job to help out. I’ve always lived by “God helps those who help themselves”. I would have loved to be a stay at home mom but I couldn’t afford it but then neither could you. I just can’t relate!!!!!

Statistics: Posted by Renerylee2 — Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:30 pm