Canned meats are experiencing a resurgence in the Prepper Market as people realize that surviving can mean thriving. We don’t have to be bored with less tasteful foods or grains, cereals, especially when weight is not a prime consideration. Canned meats come in two standard sizes, 14.5oz and Quarts or 28oz. The small cans are good for 1-2 people and the larger size will feed 3-4. This week I did a survey of available suppliers of canned meats and the results are as expected. High quality Non-GMO, Anti-biotic and Hormone free products carry the highest prices. I was able to find a couple of providers that provided a quality product but they are aggregators, not raising their own livestock and thus have less control over how the animals are managed prior to slaughter.
“Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face” said Pro Boxer Mike Tyson. Thinking about self-defense is one thing but when you are in a fight and taking punches to the face is something else. It hurts a lot! Yet if you are fighting for your life it’s important not to panic, keep breathing and focus on some very basic principles. What is the motive of your attacker? If it is a terror attack, like the recent attacks in London, there will be no mercy. This article will look the four things that can keep you alive in an event like the Jihadist attack in London: Distance, Improvisation, Defense, and a fighting Mindset.
While I typically don’t focus on politics, there is a certain urgency at the moment as the Democrat Party Emerging Tribalism will result in violence and civil unrest. Think Rwanda with the genocide of Tutsis by the Hutu tribe. The Democratic Party of the United States is rapidly moving down the road followed by the Hutu and so many tribes before them.
During the arrest, Mr. King resisted and was severely beaten with police batons, tasered, kicked and punched. The video captured the routine ill treatment of minorities by the LAPD and fostered the resentment that many minorities in Los Angeles felt towards the LAPD.
With the video evidence four LAPD officers were charged with assault, and excessive use of force. On April 29, 1992, the four officers were acquitted and the riots began that afternoon and lasted for four days ending after National Guard and Marines were deployed to restore order. 60 people were dead, over 2,000 injured and more than $1 Billion in damage was caused.