ISIS & Drug Cartels to Kill 90% of Americans

ISIS Hires Drug Cartels to

Attack U.S. Power Grid

What happens when ISIS teams up with the drug cartels operating just south of our border?

The executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, Peter Pry, fears he has the answer to that disturbing question.

“There is an imminent threat from ISIS to the national electric grid and not just to a single U.S. city,” said Pry.

Pry links together the fact that terrorists need attack only nine power substations (out of 55,000) to bring down the entire grid with the fact that ISIS has the money to hire drug cartels to do their dirty work. He paints a terrible—and all-too-believable—scenario.

In 2013, a drug cartel used gunfire and Molotov cocktails to attack the Mexican power grid. They succeeded in knocking out power to 11 cities.

Now imagine if ISIS took some of the several hundred million dollars at their disposal and wired a nice chunk of it to a Mexican drug cartel with instructions to knock out specific power substations in the U.S.

How hard do you think it would be for the cartel mercenaries to get across our southern border?

In 2013, a drug cartel used gunfire and Molotov cocktails to attack the Mexican power grid. They succeeded in knocking out power to 11 cities.

Now imagine if ISIS took some of the several hundred million dollars at their disposal and wired a nice chunk of it to a Mexican drug cartel with instructions to knock out specific power substations in the U.S.

How hard do you think it would be for the cartel mercenaries to get across our southern border?

Casualty Predictions: Nine Out of Ten

If the U.S. power grid went down – and I mean completely down – the Congressional EMP Commission estimates that within one year, 90 percent of Americans would be dead.

Nine out of ten people would succumb to starvation brought by disruptions to our farming infrastructure and to our food distribution system … or to disease, which would become rampant as water treatment facilities shut down … or to violent, social unrest. Just think of what our inner cities would look like after two weeks without power and with no government assistance in sight.

My friend, this is a very real threat. And in Pry’s own words, “It could happen tomorrow. It could happen next week.”

You need to prepare for each of the killers that will come with the aftermath. And you need to start now.

When the Grocery Stores Are Empty

Just three days after a national power outage, grocery store shelves will be bare. Stripped of everything edible.

That’s a best-case scenario.

After that, if you don’t have a store of food on hand, you’ll be reliant on what you can scavenge.

The steps to setting up an extended pantry are simple and straightforward. It’s just a matter of taking action.

  • Make room for your extra supplies.
  • Stock up on a variety of non-perishable items – especially foods that you already use on a regular basis.
  • A variety of canned goods and dry goods will give you the most options when it comes to preparing meals post disaster.
  • Rotate through your foods stores so nothing goes to waste.

Water Borne Illnesses Can Kill You

In this scenario, contaminated water will be the source of most deadly diseases. With little to no access to antibiotics, infection from injury will also become a killer again.

The best defense you have against water borne illnesses is a good water purification method.

And the best way to avoid dying of infection is to take good care of wounds.

I have a single recommendation that can help with both problems. Colloidal silver.

You can use colloidal silver to treat water and neutralize any pathogens that might be present, making your water safe to drink and to cook with.

Colloidal silver is a powerful antibacterial agent, so you can use it to clean wounds, helping to prevent infection.

You can also take colloidal silver internally. Taking a half-ounce of colloidal silver a day for a week or two can help your body to beat any infections that do develop.

Violence in the Streets

The hardest thing to prepare for – because it is so unpredictable – is the reaction of the people around you. In a complete breakdown like this, there will be riots soon after the power goes out.

Those are easy enough to avoid. Just stay out of the city. If you live in the city, get out as quickly as you can.

After the riots, you’ll still have to contend with street gangs and looters. I’m not an advocate of violence, but I am an advocate of defending your life and your property. To do that, you need to have a security plan in place.

Whether you shelter in place or evacuate to a safer haven, make sure you take pains to secure your living space. Reinforced doors. A house that is difficult to approach unnoticed. A dog that will bark when strangers come near. These are all things that can help keep you and your loved ones safe.

And if you keep firearms as part of your security plan, make sure everyone in the house understands how to use them properly and practices good gun safety each and every time they touch them.

Please don’t discount this message because the scenario seems so extreme. This is something that government officials are talking about and worried about. They’ve come up with casualty predictions. They are spending resources to study and plan for this situation, and you should, too.

P.S. Colloidal silver does double duty in disaster situations, acting as a water purifier and natural antibiotic. This is one preparedness item you do not want to run out of. And fortunately, you never have to but only if you act now.


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