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FOOD APOCALYPSE: The World Has Just 10 Weeks’ Worth of Wheat Left

This article was originally published by Ethan Huff at Natural News. In less than three weeks, wheat could disappear from store shelves, suggested a food insecurity expert to the United Nations. Sara Menker, the CEO of agriculture analytics firm Gro Intelligence, told the UN Security Council that before the end of summer, the world’s wheat supplies […]

SHTFplan: This Is Such A Dangerous Time In Our History

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Blog.  If you feel like global events are about to hit a dramatic turning point, you are definitely not alone.  Lately, I have been hearing from so many people that are feeling such a sense […]

SHTFplan: The Whole System Is Rigged

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Chris Martenson at As the dog days of summer wind down, it’s hard not to notice how the climate is suffering brutally right now across many areas of the globe. Crop failures have hit hard across Europe. Australia is under […]

People PANIC After Waking Up To FAKE Tsunami WARNING

Not only is this not the first time the government has screwed up a warning system, but it hasn’t even been a month since that last major screw up prompted widespread fear. A “misleading tsunami warning” test alert caused a panic when it was sent to the smartphones of thousands of people across the United […]

These Are The 12 Most Disaster-Prone States In America

Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, No matter where you live, there’s always a possibility that a disaster might occur in any of the states. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires…Mother Nature can get you regardless of your location. And it isn’t just Mother Nature we have to worry about – things like […]

She’s Back! La Niña Is Here For The Second Consecutive Year

For the second consecutive time in two years, La Niña (translated from Spanish as “little girl”) is back and she means business. New data from indicates La Niña conditions have formed just in time for winter weather in the Northern Hemisphere. On Thursday, the Climate Prediction Center confirmed La Niña after analyzing October ocean temperatures cooling along the […]

Housing Starts, Permits Collapse In September (Spoiler Alert: It Wasn’t Just The Storms)

Following last month's bounce in permits (later revised lower), September expectations were for a decline of 2.1% (presumably analysts knew of the storms' potential impact when they guessed) but it utterly collapsed – down 4.5%. Worse still Housing Starts were supposed to drop just 0.4% in September but crashed 4.7%. These are 2 to 3 […]

“We Dodged A Bullet”: Hurricane Nate Misses New Orleans, Downgraded To Tropical Depression

Residents of coastal towns and cities across the Southeastern US are breathing a sigh of relief as Hurricane Nate is rapidly weakening after twice making landfall in the Southeastern US late Saturday into early Sunday. The NHC has downgraded it to a tropical depression as it moves inland over Alabama; NHC has also discontinued all […]

President Trump Warns Ominously: “It’s The Calm Before The Storm”

During a dinner with military leaders tonight, President Trump gave an ominous warning seemingly out of the blue… “You guys know what this represents? Maybe it’s the calm before the storm,” he said.   “It could be the calm… before… the storm.” A reporter quickly asked what the storm might be –“Is it Iran, ISIS, […]

Puerto Rico Streets In Total Darkness As Over 3 Million People Go Without Power After Hurricane Maria “Obliterates” Island

Over 3 million residents of Puerto Rico are without power after Hurricane Maria devastated the island Wednesday morning with Category 4 winds as high as 155 mph and officials have warned that power may not be restored for months. The powerful winds took out trees, ripped off roofs, and turned roads into free flowing rivers, with […]