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When 1776 Meets 1941-Are You Prepared for the End of “Amerika?”

Other than a meaningless Attorney General’s investigation that will produce no indictments, arrests or convictions, what has President Trump done recently which demonstrates he is in charge of the White House?

CNN and Fox News are playing good cop/bad cop on the issues, but in reality, nothing has happened y since his first year in office when he reversed Obama/Biden’s socialist inspired sabotage of the economy by modifying and/or negating the free trade agreements resulting in large economic gains for middle class America. Women and Blacks have enjoyed record low unemployment. However, the economy still remains in a miserable state.

60% of America lives paycheck to paycheck
25%+ of Americans do not have a bank account
75% of Americans cannot handle a $400 car repair bill
The number of Americans who are working fulltime are still outnumbered by the unemployed and underemployed.

I understand that some will say that the President has stood up to China. But wait, one could easily argue that the President has been allowed to anger China, because the President’s handlers, Bolton and Pompeo, have allowed Trump to stand up to China because the globalists want World War III against anyone who will put up a fight.

Therefore, as laudable as the President’s economic gains have been, his inaction on key issues far outnumbers his accomplishments. The President has failed to address the following:

Ending the foreign wars of occupation
Ending the omnipresent power of the military industrial complex>
Failing to defend the First Amendment by ending the illegal censorship of social media
Failing to secure the border by all means necessary
Stopping the weather wars and other suspicious phenomenon that threatens America's food supply
Failing to prosecute even one member of the globalist-controlled-Deep-State.

America, prepare to defend yourself because the threats to our collective well-being are growing exponentially. We are living in a time when 1776 is about to meet 1941 because we now find ourselves in the dubious position, of facing a domestic terrorism on an unprecedented scale, a Red Dawn invasion force is being imported into this country as we speak and we are about ready to be destroyed by china and Russia as I write these words. Again, I say, 1776 is about to meet 1941.

This is the first of a multi-part series in which it is chronicled that America has been set up to be utterly destroyed. Whether Trump’s intentions were pure when he was elected no longer matters. the globalists forces that dominate the Deep State are much more powerful and are omnipresent in their opposition to any form of American populism. This is a global phenomenon. For example, in Australia, conservative political parties are having their cars blown up and their politicians and supporters violently attacked. The beginning of this revolutionary harassment are beginning to appear in America.
Outline of the Series of “When 1776 Meets 1941”

This series will be divided up into the following parts:

Introduction along with a retrospective look what America will look like when our defeat is final. The casualty reports and destruction of our economy has already been determined.
The 1776 Revolutionary Forces Committed to the Destruction of America's Culture and Constitutional Republic. The coming removal of Trump from office is only the beginning of this domestic nightmare.
The "1941" calamity that awaits our military. After reading this part, you will never let your sons and daughters serve in the military, it is have been set up to be slaughtered.
The aftermath of defeat. This part will examine life in the post-war, and post-revolution defeat of America.

The Final Body Count

The outcome, the final body count and the destruction of America’s military and economic standing has already been determined. It was foretold in something called the Deagel Report.

When I first wrote about Deagel, the concept was not well-received. However, since the actions of the elite have grown more ominous, some in the Independent Media are taking a second look and they are not liking what they are seeing and for very good reason.>

Just who or what is Deagel? The power and influence of the corporation that few have ever heard of, is staggering. This is the modern day Zapata Oil, which was a CIA front corporation run by George H. W. Bush which in turn facilitated much of the Air America “drugs for guns” program in Latin America in the 1980’s when Iran-Contra became a nationwide scandal.

My sources tell me that Deagel is the same exact kind of organization as Zapata Oil. Deagel ran guns through the Ambassador Chris Stevens and subsequently delivered them to al-Qaeda in Libya and in Syria at the time of Stevens’ death. Deagel was intimately involved in Benghazi in ways that will be revealed in a later article. Deagel is not just a gun running/drug running/child sex trafficking organization, they are also intimately connected with the business as “Open source intelligence links”. This means that Deagel and their partner (affiliations listed below) serve as marketing companies for the CIA and sell intelligence information to the highest bidder. Stratfor and Deagel provide the CIA with a minimum of two degrees of separation from nefarious operations which could taint the U.S. government and in particular, the CIA. These activities will be the topic of a future article. The focus of the remainder of this is article is the destruction and depopulation of the United States.

Deagel is a group that gets their hands dirty and they play both sides of the fence. Please note the publicly available list of Deagel partners, listed below. They do business with the Russian Defense Procurement Agency, but they are largely an American contractor with ties into the U.S. Navy, the NSA and the CIA, through Stratfor. If anyone wanted to make the case that I have, the “Banksters from Basel” control both sides of the coming WW III for fun and profit, the data trail of Deagel exemplifies this point. From the following information, we get a strong indication of how the U.S. is going to be depopulated. To further examine this possibility, take a look at a partial list of Deagel partners. The following list clearly shows that Deagel is “locked in” when it comes to the power centers on this planet. Please note that the time frame of these projections runs from 2014-2025. We are already half-way there and the evidence supporting this plan will be made very clear in subsequent parts of this series.
A Partial List of Deagel Partners

National Security Agency – https://www.nsa.gov

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO – OTAN) – https://www.nato.int/

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – https://www.oecd.org

OSCE – https://www.osce.org

Russian Defense Procurement Agency

Stratfor – https://www.stratfor.com>

The World Bank – http://www.worldbank.org

United Nations (UN) – https://www.un.org/

In the beginning of 2014, Deagel published a projected demographic shift for every nation on the planet. The projections are noteworthy. As one of the most prolific arms dealers and sellers of intelligence information on the planet, Deagel would be in a unique position from which to make projections with regard to coming world events as well as being able to anticipate dramatic shifts in global power. Not surprisingly, Deagel has made such a projection and the news is not good for the United States. Below is a list of projected changes for the United States during the time frame covering 2014-2025.
United States of America Projected Changes from 2014-2025

Year: 2013

Population: 316 million

Gross Domestic Product: $17 trillion

GDP per capita: $52,838

Budget: $5.8 trillion

Military Budget: $726 billion
Forecast 2025

Population: 69 million

Gross Domestic Product: $921 billion

GDP per capita: $13,328

Military Budget: $8.0 billion

Please note the how the changes in U.S. population covering an 11 year period mirror what I previously wrote in the America 2050 article. The projected and dramatic downward shift in America’s population are nearly identical when one compares the America 2050 documents and the Deagel projections.

There is another striking projection which should alarm every American. In 2013, the U.S. military budget was $726 billion dollars. However, the projected 2025 projected budget is only $8 billion dollars. This clearly points to the fact that the CIA, through Deagel, is projecting that the United States is going to be militarily conquered within the next 10 years. The mere $8 billion dollar projected 2025 military budget speaks to a domestic martial law type of occupation force. With this kind of budget, the U.S. would not even be able to engage in regional conflicts.
Conclusion

No doubt that many Americans will be angered by what they are reading here. It is hard to imagine the total defeat of our nation. By 2025, it is projected that our military will be obliterated and economy will lie in ruins. Many of us will be hunted because we will be living in an occupied country. This is why I wrote the predictive programming piece about the TV show, Colony (1).

What about the lock and load mentality of many Americans. You can bet there will be very still resistance. However, it will quickly morph into an different kind of resistance that we have not seen since Washington led our revolutionary army.

The next part of this series will deal with the treason, betrayal and infiltration of America and the role that they will play in contributing to the demise of “Amerika”. Next up: The forces behind the new 1776.

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Trump to request $8.6B in wall funding in ‘tough’ budget request, setting up congressional showdown

President Trump will soon formally seek a total of $8.6 billion in new border wall funding from Congress as part of the White House’s upcoming budget proposal for the next fiscal year, three sources close to the budget process tell Fox News, although the aggressive request faces all-but-certain rejection in Congress amid a growing crisis at the southern border.

The budget is also expected to seek money to establish the Space Force as a new branch of the military, and to sharply curb spending on domestic safety-net programs. The outline includes a total of $2.7 trillion in nondefense spending cuts and the administration says its proposals would put the federal government on track to balance the budget by 2034.

“In the last two years, President Trump and this Administration have prioritized reining in reckless Washington spending. The Budget that we have presented to Congress and the American people … embodies fiscal responsibility, and takes aim at Washington’s waste, fraud, and abuse,” said Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Russ Vought said in a statement Sunday night. Our national debt nearly doubled under the previous Administration and now stands at more than $22 trillion. This Budget shows that we can return to fiscal sanity without halting our economic resurgence while continuing to invest in critical priorities.”

According to the sources, Trump will look to secure $5 billion from Congress, plus $3.6 billion from the military construction budget, for the fiscal year 2020. The request is coming on top of the $8.1 billion Trump already has access to, which includes money he’s trying to shift from military accounts after declaring a national emergency.

Trump invoked the emergency declaration last month after Congress denied his request for $5.7 billion. Instead, Congress approved nearly $1.4 billion for the border barriers, far less than he wanted.

Armed with the $8.1 billion of wall funding currently available in the fiscal year 2019 budget, and the approximately 122 miles of wall completed or in progress from the last two fiscal years, the Trump administration already has the money to build more than half of the targeted 722 miles of wall along the southern border, Fox News is told.

This $8.6 billion request for fiscal year 2020 would allow the administration to more than complete the promised 722 miles, and White House officials tell Fox News that with the crisis worsening at the border, those funds are more important than ever. The New York Times, citing government statistics, reported last week that the number of migrant families crossing the southwest border has hit an 11-year high, causing major humanitarian concerns.

“The system is well beyond capacity, and remains at the breaking point,” Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan told reporters last week.

In a joint statement, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said:

“President Trump hurt millions of Americans and caused widespread chaos when he recklessly shut down the government to try to get his expensive and ineffective wall, which he promised would be paid for by Mexico,” Schumer and Pelosi said. “Congress refused to fund his wall and he was forced to admit defeat and reopen the government. The same thing will repeat itself if he tries this again. We hope he learned his lesson.

“At a time when our country faces challenges about jobs for the future, this money would better be spent on rebuilding America, and on education and workforce development for jobs for the 21st century,” they concluded.

New York Democrat Rep. Nita M. Lowey said Trump’s request was “not even worth the paper it’s written on.”

The news of the $8.6 billion request comes as White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow revealed Sunday that Trump, at the same time, wants a 5 percent cut “across the board” on all domestic spending as part of his proposed 2020 budget.

“It will be a tough budget,” Kudlow said during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday.” “We’re going to do our own caps this year and I think it’s long overdue.”

Kudlow, asked whether there would be pushback in Congress, predicted a rough road ahead.

“I suppose there will be,” Kudlow told anchor Chris Wallace. “I would just say that the whole issue of the wall, of border security, is of paramount importance. We have a crisis down there. I think the president has made that case very effectively.”

Trump’s plan to stick with the strict spending caps imposed years ago would be a first for his administration, and lawmakers have largely avoided such caps with new budget deals. The budget will propose serious cuts in safety net programs, which are used by many Americans, and other non-defense accounts. That will likely trigger a showdown with Congress.

The budget arrives as the president’s Republican allies in the Senate, uneasy over the emergency declaration, are poised next week to debate terminating it. Some view it as an overreach of executive power. Congress appears to have enough votes to reject Trump’s declaration, but not to overturn his expected veto of their action.

Trump will seek $750 billion for defense, a boost for the military, while cutting non-defense discretionary spending by 5 percent below the cap, said the official, who was unauthorized to discuss the document ahead of its release and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Budgets are mainly seen as blueprints for White House priorities. But they are often panned on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers craft the appropriation bills that eventually fund the government if the president signs them into law.

In the past, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has described the president’s budget, as “a recommendation.” Last year’s White House budget blueprint asked for $25 billion to construct a southern border wall.

Trump’s budget for the 2020 fiscal year will increase requests for some agencies while reducing others to reflect those priorities. Reductions are proposed, for example, for the Environmental Protection Agency.

The official said Congress has ignored the president’s spending cuts for too long. The federal budget is bloated with wasteful spending, the official said, and the administration remains committed to balancing the budget.

The cuts being requested by the White House would hit discretionary spending as well as some mandatory safety net programs, which Trump has proposed in the past. Many Republicans are often eager to reduce government spending, but Congress has had trouble passing bills that seriously slash the safety net programs used by many Americans.

Budgets often rely on various accounting measures to achieve desired results. This one, for example, counts $546 billion in defense money as a base, but another $174 billion in another account to keep within caps.

And while the budget will suggest it balances in future years, it is also expected to rely on projections for continued economic growth from the tax cuts Trump signed into law in 2017. But there’s no guarantee that would cover the lost tax revenues.

By proposing spending levels that don’t raise the budget caps, the president is courting a debate with Congress. Lawmakers from both parties have routinely agreed to raise spending caps established by a previous deal years ago to fund the government.

Trump, though, has tried to resist those deals. He threatened to veto the last one reached in 2018 to prevent a shutdown. Late last year, a fight over border wall funds sparked the 35-day shutdown that spilled into this year and became the longest in history.

Fox News

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Off-grid living: Harvesting rainwater on a budget

Millions, especially in wealthier western nations, take water’s life giving sustenance for granted, believing that it will forever magically pour forth from the kitchen tap at the twist of a knob, or bubble up from the school yard drinking fountain. The recent horrors of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan and other municipalities that contend with disintegrating infrastructures is still reverberating.

As reported by Mother Nature Network, a 2016 Harvard study discovered dangerous levels of cancer and hormone disrupting industrial chemicals – polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in 33 states. Iowa’s rivers and water systems are filled with pesticides and herbicides utilized by industrial farming operations. This is just the tip of the iceberg, with the tens of thousands of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, and contaminants leeching into drinking water systems nationwide.

Water purifiers and filters can be part of the solution. But the other elephant in the room is the availability of this liquid gold in times of drought or electric disruption, as most municipal water systems are run by electricity. One man in Arizona has created a way to bypass all of these municipal water woes. As cited by Off the Grid News, due to the expense, this Arizona family didn’t drill a well. They solved their water dilemma with what they call “a rainwater harvesting system that is jerry-rigged.”

The harvested water first flows into one of three huge tanks that is buried partly underground behind the house. Any dirt or sediment settles to the bottom of that first tank.  From there, the precious rainwater is diverted into two “clean tanks,” where the owner does add “a small amount of bleach to kill any bacteria.” Any water used for eating or drinking is filtered through a Berkey Water System Filter.

Landscaping is also an important component. Fruit tress are planted downhill via an “extensive sloping system,” so the system’s grey water and rain water can flow to where they’ve been planted.  He also uses additional rainwater pools on the property for garden watering. The family is also planning to build “a sunken greenhouse,” and will take full advantage of landscaping and rainwater storage for their fruits and vegetables.

While not many may be able to attain this much independence from a municipal water supply, connecting a rain barrel or two to your gutter and down spout system, or even leaving a few buckets free to collect those precious drops of rainwater to give to your garden might be a perfect place to start. RELATED: Learn other systems of independent living at Offgrid.news.

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Bug out bag essentials – prepping on a budget

It’s a bit anecdotal, but you mentioned that medication doesn’t actually “expire”, but that it just degrades over time. The oldest over the counter medication I’ve had effectively work for me was 8 year old allergy medication. I’d tried some that I somehow hadn’t used after 10 years, but it wasn’t effective. Granted, I don’t have absolutely insanely severe allergies. We’re talking seasonal allergies that haven’t been debilitating in years, and there’s been some years where I hadn’t had that problem.

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50 Things to Stockpile on a Budget This Fall

Depending on where you live, summer heat can be miserable, but the dead of winter can be lethal. Good thing we have autumn between, which leaves us enough time to prepare for the harsh time of winter.

If there is a blizzard or downed powerlines, it may be tough to get to the store. Even if you do, the shelves may be bare. That’s why you need to stockpile for winter weeks ahead.

I’ve composed a list of must-have items that you should have on hand before the snow flies, in no particular order (except the first 4). But first, you should know how to calculate your reserves, so read this Survivopedia article to determine how much food and water would you need to survive in the worst case scenario.2016_10_03-stockpiling

Remember that stockpiling on a budget IS possible, if you know how to make the most out of coupons. We put up a list with useful tips and over 100 companies that you can ask for coupons from, when building your autumn reserve.

The List you Need to Have When Shopping

  1. Even if you’re surrounded by snow that you can melt if necessary, there’s no way to tell what’s in it. Plan on 2 gallons of water per person per day, and don’t forget about your pets.
  2. Two fuel sources, plus vehicle fuel. Make sure that your primary sources for warmth and cooking are well-stocked, and have a back-up fuel source for both. If the power goes out, you still have to cook and stay warm. A back-up supply is especially critical if you heat and cook with electric. If nothing else, keep extra Sterno cans.
  3. Back-up light sources. Even if you’re lucky enough to have solar panels, there may not be enough light to charge them. Candles and camp lanterns are two good choices. Make sure that if you’re using camp lanterns, you have plenty of batteries or fuel for them.
  4. First Aid Kit. If you’re like me, you probably pick through your first aid kit throughout the summer; a band aid here, some tape or first aid ointment there. Make sure that it’s replenished with fresh items before winter. Items such as tape actually go bad after a while.
  5. Pre-cooked canned meat. Tuna, chicken and salmon are all nutritious choices. Some of the canned hams are OK too, but avoid the unhealthy processed “meats” such as potted meat. If possible, can your own meat. Plan for at least 1 serving per person, per day. 2 servings are better.
  6. A variety of canned vegetables, preferably home-canned. Go by color because in general, different colors contain different nutrients. Eat at least 2 different colors per person per day. Plan on at least 4 servings per person, per day.
  7. A variety of canned fruits and dried fruits. Follow the same color rule as above and shoot for 2 servings per person, per day.
  8. A variety of canned meals. You can make can your own, or you can buy them in the store. Soups are great and are often BOGO at the grocery store if you watch the ads.
  9. Powdered milk and canned milk. Both have a long shelf life.
  10. Powdered eggs. Great source of protein and can be used in baking and cooking just like fresh eggs can once you reconstitute them.
  11. Whole grains have a longer shelf life than flour, but I’ve used flour that’s 2 years old and it was fine. If it goes rancid, it will smell funny. Store flour in air-tight containers or dry-can it so that bugs can’t get in.
  12. This is probably the cheapest, most versatile, longest-keeping food you can get. Stockpile whole-grain rice though, because it has a longer shelf life than instant.
  13. You can prepare cheese so that it will store for years and it’s a great source of protein. It’s also a luxury food that will help the kids eat veggies.
  14. Your body needs sodium, and it adds flavor to food.
  15. Sugar and honey. Honey literally keeps forever. Perfectly edible honey has been found in tombs that are thousands of years old. Even if it crystalizes, heat it a bit and it’s good as new.
  16. I prefer cubes, but powder is available, too. It turns a few mixed veggies and some canned beef or chicken into soup.
  17. A variety of spices. You can stock up on store-bought spices, dry your own, or even keep fresh spices growing indoors year round.
  18. Coffee or Tea along with filters. Seriously. Enough said.
  19. Peanut butter. It has a great shelf life as long as it’s unopened and is another good source of protein.
  20. Cooking oil and lard/shortening. Did you know you can actually can butter?
  21. Baking soda. A great multi-purpose item, useful for cooking, cleaning, and first aid.
  22. Again, multipurpose. I prefer apple cider vinegar because of the health benefits. You can make your own if you have apples.
  23. Active dry yeast packets. There’s nothing like fresh-baked bread. You can make your own yeast if need be.
  24. Baking powder and cream of tartar. Quick trick – if you don’t have baking powder, you can make it by combining 1/2 tsp. of cream of tartar and 1/4 tsp. baking soda to equal 1 tsp. of baking powder in a pinch.
  25. Dried beans. Amazingly nutritious and are available in such a variety and can be prepared in so many ways that they won’t get boring.
  26. Extra can opener. Ever tried to open a can without a can opener? It’s easier to just keep a backup or two.
  27. Hay and grain for livestock. If you’re an experienced farmer, you know this already, but if you’re just starting out, store enough hay for the winter now, and at least a few weeks’ worth of grain. Trust me: the price of hay skyrockets once the snow flies.
  28. Weather radio with extra batteries.
  29. Extra blankets or sleeping bags.
  30. Toilet paper. Being trapped in the house for a week or so due to a blizzard just isn’t the same without it.
  31. These have dozens of uses, so they’re not just for girls. There should be a few in your first aid kit, and they make excellent fire starters.
  32. Laundry soap.
  33. Hygiene items such as soap, lotion, toothpaste, etc.
  34. Lighters or matches. Hard to light a candle without one.
  35. Spare cash. If the power goes out, your ATM card will be useless and the banks will likely be closed.
  36. Pain medication such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or aspirin. Personally, I go with the ibuprofen because it’s an anti-inflammatory as well as a fever reducer and pain killer.
  37. Bleach.
  38. Alcohol that’s 70 proof or above has a variety of uses, including sterilizing needles or wounds, starting fires, and making merry when you’re stuck in the house. If you’re using it for the latter, see number 37.
  39. Baby wipes. They’re not just for babies.
  40. Peroxide.
  41. Extra equipment parts. Do you have a snowplow or tractor that you use to clear the driveway or to carry hay? Keep extra of the parts most likely to break.
  42. Garbage bags. If you need to leave the house, they keep the water and cold air out and the body heat in. They have several uses, so keep different sizes handy.
  43. Games, books and crafts. Board games, puzzles, puzzle books, and even Twister are good ways to kill time. Crayons, paper, scissors, coloring books (kids and adults), glue, and whatever else you need to perform your craft project(s) of choice.
  44. Rubbing Alcohol.
  45. Fire starters if you’re heating with wood.
  46. Fire-proof cookware if you’re using your grill or a fire as a backup cooking method.
  47. At least 1 5-gallon bucket with a lid. There are dozens of uses for them.
  48. Extra plywood, nails, and screws. If a window breaks during a storm, you can freeze to death quickly if you don’t get it sealed up. Plywood is also good for getting a car or tractor un-stuck.
  49. Rock salt. This keeps your walkway safe, but be careful. It melts the snow, but that water will refreeze again if the salt is washed away or absorbed into the ground.
  50. Duct tape. I through in an extra, because you always need duct tape.

This is a good list to use as a guideline but each situation is different. I’m sure that I’ve left off some important things, so if you have anything to add, please do so in the comments section below.

This article has been written by Theresa Crouse for Survivopedia.

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