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Apocalypse Yum!
By Eirik Bloodaxe


With global nuclear war looking a good bet, it is time for all good Darwinian survivalist cranks to make their preparations, digging bomb shelters and the like. Being mad even as a child, I began digging my first bomb shelter as a young child during the Cuban missile crisis, and finished it on my 21st birthday, all by hand tools. My neighbor, who is a Lefty, and crazy in another kind of way, also has a bomb shelter, which he dug into solid rock in a hillside next to his house, using a jack hammer. He got carpel tunnel for his trouble. But, it is what unstable people do with their time.

Have a look at this classic text by Cresson Kearny, “Nuclear War Survival Skills,” https://www.survival.org.au/Nuclear-War-Survival-Skills.pdf

Just print off a copy, because expect computers to be EMP hit, and toast:

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-04-12-emp-commission-chairman-confirms-that-a-nuclear-emp-attack-could-kill-90-of-the-u-s-population.html

Chapter 9 of this food on food storage is excellent, and cuts through the nonsense that one needs to spend thousands of dollars on MRE and other bowel-binding food. It all can be done rather cheaply, and one will still be able to pass caca.

I think that armed with the knowledge in this book, one could survive most of the apocalyptic scenarios which haunt many of us, even in Baltimore, which is already, post-apocalyptic. Enjoy.

Trumpapocalypse Now: The Advent of an American Usurper at the fall of Western Civilization

Own the collected works of John Saxon, Professor X, Eirik Blood Axe, William Rapier and other counter culture critics, on Kindle, via the link below. Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0719S6MRB/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1495758345&sr=1-1&keywords=trumpapocalypse+now.

The Great Train Wreck of the West

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073Z6DY6G/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1500254835&sr=8-3&keywords=the+train+wreck+of+the+west

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Sam J.August 4, 2017 4:03 AM UTC

Nuclear-War-Survival-Skills is a great book. It's got a lot of practical advice. One good one is when tying rope to a tarp you put a small round rock in the tarp then tie the rope around the rock. It lowers the strain on the tarp and works great. I've been doing that since I read this book in the eighties.

While I'm at it, and I've posted about knots, "the best", and survival books here.

http://www.jameslafond.com/article.php?id=6547#comments.