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How the Collapse of Venezuela Really Happened: Part 2

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper Finally!!!! After Jose left us hanging in Part 1 of How the Collapse of Venezuela Really Happened, he’s back with part 2. In the last installment, he’d been inadvertently swept up in a mob of protesters. So, I found myself, at age 15 facing […]

Socialist Dystopia: Starving Venezuelans Loot As Runaway Inflation Forces Pillaging For Food

The socialist dystopia of Venezuela is seeing inflation at such high rates that the starving civilians have resorted to looting the few stores left and pillaging for scraps of food. The 2600% inflation rate and socialist policies are destroying what was once South America’s wealthiest nation. Worsening food shortages and runaway inflation have unleashed the […]

The Disaster Myth Narrative: No One Panics, No One Loots, No One Goes Hungry

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”  ~ George Orwell A few years back, I was doing some research about the aftermath of some natural disasters that took place here in America. […]

The Disaster Myth Narrative: No One Panics, No One Loots, No One Goes Hungry

Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”  ~ George Orwell A few years back, I was doing some research about the aftermath of some natural disasters that took place here in America. I was shocked […]

Here’s A Rundown of All the Looting and Robbery Incidents That Occurred During the Oroville Evacuation

There’s a lot to worry about when a disaster strikes your community. You have to make sure that your friends and neighbors are going to be okay. You have to make sure that you have plenty of food, water, and medical supplies. You may even have to prepare to evacuate your home and leave most […]

Media Claims Violent Charlotte Riots Were Actually “Peaceful Protests… Hugging One Another”

So Charlotte was the latest city to descend into total chaos. Mobs of people protesting against the shooting of a black man by a black cop spiraled into violent anti-white riots, complete with looting, beatings and a man shot dead. And yet, how did the media treat the issue? One side showed the videos underscoring […]

This One Picture Shows Why You Absolutely Must Own a Gun: ‘He Was Allowed to Drive Away Alive’

‘He was allowed to drive away alive’ Image taken by Heather Head, Twitter If you still had any doubts as to why the 2nd Amendment must be protected, and why self defense must be respected as the priority that it is, then just take a look at what happened during the already insane riots taking […]

Second Night of Charlotte Police Riots Devolve Into “Chaos, Looting and Violence”

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his End of the American Dream site. Editor’s Comment: The disturbing riots and “protests” in Charlotte underscore a larger spiral into chaos. While many of the protests over police shootings have raised attention to the inherent hypocrisies and devaluing of lives, this time, there […]

Venezuela Isn’t Just in Crisis, But Faces “Total Societal Collapse”

This article was written by Shaun Bradley and originally published at The Anti-Media. Editor’s Comment: Obviously, things aren’t going to just get better. The people of Venezuela, forced to wait in long lines for basic necessities, are under the thumb of what has now proven to be a ruthless dictator. He has killed, and will […]

Hungry Venezuelans Take Long Haul to Brazil: 18 Hours “To Another Country To Buy Food”

Image: Bobjgalindo, Creative Commons. Venezuelans are becoming increasingly desperate to obtain enough for to feed their families. The long lines, state rations and black market are no longer enough. In recent months, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan people flooded the neighboring border of Colombia in search of affordable food staples (something like 11 hours one-way), […]