30-page Terrorist Attack Manual from Uncle Sam

30-page Terrorist Attack Manual from Uncle Sam

30-page Terrorist Attack Manual from Uncle Sam

About two weeks ago, a Congressman from North Carolina released a 30-page manual called, “Preparing Your Home, Family, and Business For Terrorist Attacks.”

The manual covers how to deal with possible attacks such as chemical threats, an electromagnetic pulse, and a nuclear blast. It also includes a list of supplies that are recommended for every American to keep at home.

The manual is a beginners guide and basic, but I would encourage you to read it. Even if you get just one nugget of information from the manual then it will be worth your time.

The fact is, since September 11th, our country has been fortunate not to have any other major terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. So far, the government has been able to thwart several attacks but they won’t be able to stop every single one and eventually it’s going to happen again.

As former CIA director James Woolsey says…

“ISIS, Iran, al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations are focused on destroying our way of life. We should recognize their unrelenting focus and determined intent to attack America. Making common sense preparations for a possible attack on our Homeland should be a consideration of all Americans.”

I’m glad to see the government releasing a manual like this because it’s their way of saying, “It’s going to happen and we can’t take care of you, so please prepare to take care of yourself.”

Unfortunately, most Americans will be unprepared for any type of attack. But that doesn’t mean you and I have to follow along with them.

One of the main things missing from the manual is the recommendation of having any self-defense items (guns.) I realize this is a government manual and they’re not likely to say, “buy guns” or “buy weapons.” However, common sense dictates that you’ve got to be able to protect yourself whether it’s from roving gangs of looters or the lone shooter in the mall.

Click here to download the manual (PDF Format). Just remember, this is a basic manual and a starting point.

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  • Curtis Johnese

    It is time to start thinking of your own survival. I believe we all need to begin hoarding food and medical items such as the survival foods you can get online even MRE,s but you need to be mindful of the expiration dates. Also if you are like me and a lot of other Americans it can be hard to come up with the money to buy those items so canning foods is another option. A small garden can be planted and maintained for around $150 and would supply you with an overwhelming amount of food that can be stored so think about that as an option too. I firmly believe in following the laws of the land but in a survival situation you could hunt game animals and make jerky out of the meat to preserve it. There are a lot of things you can do and this gov pamphlet may help but I wouldn’t depend on it only. Get yourself a shotgun, 22 cal rifle and a 270 cal rifle and you can take most game animals in the southern states and some northern states too. Don’t forget a good first aid kit. Well that’s my thoughts,hope it helps.

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  • tionico

    the sorts of attacks I fear most are NOT from foreign or foreign-driven operatives. No, I fear our own government’s overactive operatives. Interesting, too, that when one takes the time to more closely scrutinise the “incidents” that have occurred, and those that were “thwarted” here on our shores since 11th September ’01, nearly every one of them bears the rather plain fingerprints of government-staged false flag operations, designed to further cow and alarm the common man.
    On the other hand, there are a number of other scenarios that COULD result in the need for just the sorts of preparedness recommended: power disruptions, flood, tornado, landslide/avalanche, earthquake….

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