Plants with high protien for Preppers

The Steak TreeFrom: Urban Prepper Chick

What no cows, no chicken, ran out of peanut butter….you need proteins! You can do bugs and trap small animals. But remember plants have proteins to.

The US Department of Agriculture recommends that all men and women over the age of 19 should get at least 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day (or 0.37 grams per pound). That means a woman who is 130 pounds should get at least 48 grams of protein.

So this is just a reminder to have these in your garden or at the least have these in your seed bank. Continue reading

Wife, daughter, and writer of controversial FEMA camp movie ‘Gray State’ dead in ‘murder-suicide’

graystatefpFrom: The Anti Media

The lead writer of a controversial movie was found dead along with his wife and daughter in a Minnesota home Saturday afternoon. Officers went to the house Saturday after a neighbor called to report bodies inside. Three people were found dead and have been identified as screenwriter David Crowley, his wife, Komel, 28, and their 5-year-old daughter.

A statement from Apple Valley police Sunday morning said the case would be considered “an apparent murder-suicide” and the deaths would be investigated as suspicious. Continue reading

For Sale: Deep, Spacious, Roswell Property, Once Occupied By A Missile

silo doorFrom: The New York Times

ROSWELL, N.M. — Past the city limits, where the main street with theU.F.O. museum and the McDonald’s in the shape of a flying saucer gives way to a lonely highway coursing through an ocean of scrubby terrain, the green door pops up like a periscope.

Jim Moore, a real estate agent here, sells mostly ranch houses in tidy neighborhoods or stretches of undeveloped land in a place where that is abundant. But for some reason, he said, when an odd listing comes around, it tends to fall to him. And on a recent morning, he pulled off the highway onto a gravel path leading straight to his latest example.

The 25-acre parcel, a 20-mile drive from the city’s downtown, has a worn trailer where the former owner lived and then that green door, which opens on a stairwell heading deep underground. There, visitors who do not fear enclosed spaces will find a marvel of military architecture that has had Mr. Moore’s phone ringing with inquiries from across the country: a missile silo, decommissioned decades ago. Continue reading