The Ultimate Pandemic Survival Guide

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As a prepper, you have plenty to prepare for. There are all kinds of threats to your safety, large and small, but small does not always mean less deadly. In fact, of all the threats that you could face one of the smallest just so happens to be the deadliest, and the hardest to defend … Read more

Two strains of bird flu spreading

Over the past few weeks two strains of bird flue have been being reported on. One exists here in the United States and has resulted in the destruction of over 40,000 turkeys to try to minimize the spread. This is the H5N2 strain. The second strain – the H7N9 – is currently in China. It is … Read more


  A couple nights ago I began thinking about what catastrophes might occur that would affect my loved ones and me. Some on my list might happen because of where we live, while others could happen anywhere. BTW, I live in the Midwest. The List: Earthquake – relatively close to New Madrid Fault Tornado – … Read more

Ebola Information from AlertUSA Threat Journal

Via the latest issue from Infected Nurse Exposes Hundreds In Multiple States Obama to Bring Foreign Ebola Victims to U.S. National Guard and Reserve Activated   Between Oct 12-17, 2014, AlertsUSA issued the following related Flash messages to subscriber mobile devices: 10/17 – FLASH: Dallas healthcare worker who cared for US Ebola index patient … Read more

Thoughts on Ebola

Rourke: The following was sent in by “KAT” who works in the medical field. There is very little real information because this virus has only recently received the level of attention it should have given its seriousness. Other hemorrhagic fevers include Marburg virus and Rift valley fever, all of which have been localized to Sub-Saharan … Read more

Ebola: The Year of Living Dangerously

By Joe Alton, M.D – Contributing Editor, ModernSurvivalOnline When I first wrote about Ebola early this year, I was hoping that it wouldn’t be a news item 6 months later. In my March 2014 article, I mentioned my concern about 86 cases  and 59 deaths reported in the country of Guinea. The article you’re … Read more

Top doc: ‘Several people were exposed,’ more will be infected by Dallas Ebola case

As more information is brought froward regarding the person and their travels who has been diagnosed in Dallas, Texas it is becoming more concerning. It appears that this person visited the hospital at least once and was provided some antibiotics and sent home.  Let’s hope that is where it ends but it does not look good. Time … Read more

Pandemic Supplies

The following article comes courtesy of Dr. Doom and Nurse Bloom. It can be seen in its original form HERE.   The world is full of infectious diseases that have made the news in recent weeks. From the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa to the diseases crossing the U.S. in the recent immigrant crisis, … Read more

The Zombie Apocalypse, What Could Be Worse?

The Zombie Apocalypse, What Could Be Worse? by The Irishman   The popularity of the “Zombie Culture” has undeniably grown over the past few years.  According to Google, the keyword Zombie is searched for 24,900,000 times per month globally.  Some psychologists believe that the recent boom in popularity stems from one’s feelings of being overwhelmed … Read more

SPECIAL EDITION: Web News from Suni

*****Note from Rourke: The following article was published earlier this week at It is important information for all of us to take notice. It can be seen in its original form HERE. All Around the Web News By: Editor at Large Suni  Novel Coronavirus H7N9   Tuesday when I reported the news I … Read more