Thursday, December 6, 2012

Top 10 Items For Emergencies

Ever since Hurricane Sandy decided to pay a visit to one of the largest metropolitan areas in America, ‘prepping’ has suddenly become an ‘in’ thing. Two of the quickest growing sections of the US economy include guns and ammo and prepping supplies; imagine that, as much of the remainder of the economy tanks. Simply put, Americans are awakening ‘en masse’ to the fact that if you’re going to rely upon the US government to save you, you’re most likely going to either end up in a FEMA Camp somewhere or you’re going to end up 6′ under. 

To quote the NY Times: “But the fact is, disasters are good business…” 

Anyone still wondering why the banksters and ‘elitists’ wouldn’t mind a disaster or war or two breaking out across the world? The fact is, wars (the ultimate disaster) are good business…. especially when ‘they’ are funding both sides of it…

Want to be a step ahead of the masses? SNO Multi-Media has a few good ideas on how to make sure that you’ll be one of the ones who survive on your own, rather than one of the ones ending up in FEMA’s Camp Freedom or worse…

Published on Nov 11, 2012 by SNOmultimedia — SnoMan shows you the top 10 items you need to stockpile for emergencies. Many more details at the blog article:…

Here’s the list:

1. Water and Non-Perishable Food

2. Flashlights and Batteries

3.Candles, Matches, and Lighters

4. Clothes and Blankets

5. Portable Stove or Camp Stove

6. Alternate Heat

7. Liquor, Coffee, and Cigarettes

8. Guns and Ammunition

9. Medical Kit

10. Tools


  1. we should prepare as well as possible for the disasters!!!

  2. really useful list when emergency!

  3. The cognitive 10 emergencies!! And ready!!

  4. Let's get yourself well-prepared with the list!

  5. Great, to prepare first will help people survive


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  7. Hi,
    Thanks for sharing your details ignore the comment.Two of the quickest growing sections of the US economy include guns and ammo and prepping supplies; imagine that, as much of the remainder of the economy tanks.