John Kane, Two Row Times, February 25, 2014
I really like the expression, “Remove the Dust.” Its most basic meaning evokes the image of sweeping away the dust accumulated over years of neglect from our wampum belts or any other reminders of our shelved knowledge. We use it as an expression that is generally associated with maintaining our culture. But at some point the line between the survival of our culture, distinction and autonomy and just plain survival will be brushed away like a line drawn in the very dust we seem covered in now. Continue reading
by Warrior Publications, Jan 5, 2014
How not to pack your BOB; US soldier overburdened with high tech gear and weaponry.
A Bug Out Bag (BOB) is a pre-packed bag of personal survival items that can be grabbed when you must quickly depart a location during an emergency. The bag must be light enough for you to carry over long distances, yet contain enough items to sustain you for up to at least 72 hours (3 days). The typical weight of such a pack is between 30 to 40 pounds. Once you have assembled the bag, take it out on hikes and camping trips to ensure that it works, that it’s light enough to be carried over rough terrain, and that the items contained in it are both durable and necessary. Continue reading
By Terry Weiss, Money Morning, August 15, 2012
Richard Duncan, formerly of the World Bank and chief economist at Blackhorse Asset Mgmt., says America’s $16 trillion federal debt has escalated into a “death spiral, “as he told CNBC. And it could result in a depression so severe that he doesn’t “think our civilization could survive it.” Continue reading
B.C. shipwreck survivor recalls 10 days lost at sea
CBC News, May 29, 2012
A Haida fisherman, one of three stranded on a B.C. island for 10 days in May, is now talking about the shipwreck and how he and his friends survived.
Jesse Brillon was prawn fishing with friends and brothers Brian and Dave Martynuik, south of Prince Rupert, B.C., on May 9, 2012 when their 15-metre fishing boat capsized. Continue reading
By Terri Hansen, Indian Country Today
, March 30, 2012
Indigenous Resistance & Survival into the 21st Century
Spring 2011, WarriorPublications.wordpress.com
For all of you who’ve slept on the issues, here’s an update on the real world: