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I will state what I believe is going to happen, based on MY research. I suggest you do your own research & do what’s best for you & your family. This guide will be based on worse case scenarios.


- #34 We will lose all communications. No Internet & no television due to public arrests
- #34 The Emergency Broadcast System will be activated
- #34 The military will bypass the MSM & provide WE THE POEPLE with one voice, our Military
- Martial law will be enacted.
a. What is Martial Law?
- I believe emergency services will still be available, but plan as if they won’t.
- No Highway travel, possibly limited local travel.
- Communications will be down for 2-4 weeks, but prepare for longer

- Canned or Dried, non-perishable foods are best. Consider foods with lots of calories. *BABY FOOD *PET FOOD.

Canned Beans, Fruits, Meats & Fish, Soups, or Vegetables.
Hot and Cold Cereals
Powdered Milk
Granola & cereal Bars

When things happen, categorize everything you have into groups–like perishables, canned goods, grains, and frozen food. This will help determine what you need to eat first (perishables) and what you can leave for later (canned and packaged goods).


- Don’t own a firearm? Here are just a few ideas. Please check your state laws before purchasing.

1. PEPPER SPRAY or wasp spray
3. Baseball Bat(s) or anything that you can swing.
4. MACHETES or Knives

- NRA Resource. If you do own a firearm, brush up on your states Gun Laws; most importantly, relating to self defense & “stand your ground”.


First, whomever you want to stay in contact with, talk to them & formulate a plan.

—— HERE IS A GUIDE to Understand the difference between LL, SAT, HAM, CB that I highly recommend you read before purchasing anything.
- SOLAR CRANK RADIO which also has a radio, flashlight, ports etc.
- LIMITED ACCESS TO SOME WEBSITES. This is a little bit more of a technical guide for a possible workaround (computers only, not mobile devices) to possibly give you access to some websites
- TG SIGNAL May Possibly Work


Should electricity go out, consider ways you can charge or power your ESSENTIAL items.

a. Duel = Gas & Propane. Gas may be unavailable. Propane, you can store for a long time
b. Deep Freezer? You will only need to run the Genset 10-15 minutes in the morning & evening to conserve gas. This should be enough time to keep items frozen. Consider adding a few gallons of water to your freezer
- PORTABLE POWER STATIONS charged via solar, car outlets, & wall outlets (get the correct accessories)
- Charcoal or propane grill? Consider buying extra charcoal or a few tanks of propane gas
- FIRE STARTER to start a fire


Should you lose access to water, consider ways you can store or gain safe drinking water.

- If events begin, fill your bathtub, washing machine, buckets etc..
- LIFE STRAW Good for 1,000 gallons
- Cases of water
- To flush toilets, just add water to the bowl


- Bible
- Medications
- Cash
- Batteries
- Toiletry & Plastic Utensil items
- Compass & Maps
- First aide kit(s) & medical supplies
- Anything Solar
- Lighters & matches
- Candles
- Personal Care items (soap, toothpaste, etc)
- Bug Out Bag Guide
- Identify & talk to leaders in your community. Make a plan.
- Talk to you local Sherrifs office.
- Understand your areas demographics. The suburbs of PA will be vastly different than NYC. A possible indicator of where trouble may occur is where ANTIFA & BLM rioted last year.


The safety of everyone of this country will be exhausted by our great military. Humanity will be tested. I believe there are more good people than bad in this world. I believe this will be a time we as a people unite. God will provide if you do not have. Continue to pray & have Unshakeable Faith.

This is just for those that follow the
This is just for those that follow the comms and want to make sure they are prepared
39 The body can completely break down graphene
'The body can completely break down graphene oxide again itself and

YOU can speed up this process yourself with the following over-the-counter supplements.

Glutathione (most important for body detoxification) or better

NAC = N-Acetyl-Cysteine 600-750mg (causes the body to produce glutathione itself)


Astaxantin 5mg (also improves vision)


vitamin D3

Milk thistle (also liver and stomach protection)

Melatonin 1mg to 10mg (against 5G)

Alternatively CDS/CDL and zeolite

Graphene oxide not only causes body magnetism, it may become much more dangerous when 5G is added.

5G is still on trial in many countries right now, but when full power is here shortly, you shouldn’t have graphene oxide in your body anymore.'
1 This section applies to any proceedings relating
(1) This section applies to any proceedings relating to a contravention of this Act.
(2) If there are facts from which the court could decide, in the absence of any other explanation, that a person (A) contravened the provision concerned, the court must hold that the contravention occurred.
(3) But subsection (2) does not apply if A shows that A did not contravene the provision.
This means as I am demonstrating to you that my basic civil rights were infringed, you must prove your actions were not discriminatory.  You must therefore provide a factual and legal basis for the actions you took against me.  Please provide it in your response.
Furthermore I was subjected to harassment within the meaning of Section 26 of the Equality Act 2010 and contrary to s.29(3) given that the situation arose from your inability to understand my disability.
The disability discrimination you perpetrated against me is covered by the Vento Scale as outlined in the Equality and Human Rights Commission Guidance regarding the value of discrimination claims.  You can find it here: https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/sites/default/files/quantification-of-claims-guidance.pdf .
The Commission indicates the lower band of £900 to £8,600 is for one off cases.  However, the lower band was revised to £900 - £9,000 in the most recent year for which figures were amended.  In considering the level of compensation that applies the Commission states the following,
“While the court will assess the award of damages for injury to feelings in an objective way, the perception and the individual reaction of the claimant will be an important factor for the court to consider. The more upsetting the conduct is to the individual, the more seriously the discrimination is likely to be viewed by the court, and the higher the award for injury to feelings. Where a one-off act of discrimination is particularly humiliating or serious and the victim suffers serious consequences as a result, an award in the higher bands could be justified...”.
“Where the discrimination happens in a public place in front of a number of members of the public, and so is more likely to be considered as humiliating...”.
As well as being committed in public, the discrimination committed caused me substantial distress as outlined above.    
I therefore seek £XXXX to settle this case along with specific information regarding how you will ensure that no further incidents can occur.  
I trust you will take this opportunity to remedy matters.
You are reminded that under the Civil Procedure Rules you are required to engage in constructive communication to minimise any possible need for assistance from the court.  Please provide CCTV coverage as per the date, time and location given at the start of this letter.
I look forward to hearing from you with proposals for settlement within the next 14 days.  
Yours faithfully,
[your signature]
[your name]
Your address your email your telephone number Chief
[Your address]
[your email]
[your telephone number]
[Chief Executive / Managing Director]
[Service provider’s address]
Dear Sir / Madam
Equality Act 2010 Letter Before Claim – Disability Discrimination arising from your company’s reaction to me being unable to wear a face covering
Date and time of incident:
Location of incident:

This is a pre-action letter for disability discrimination.  
I have the following condition(s):
[list of medical conditions]
These have a substantial and long term impact on my life and so I have the protected characteristic of disability as defined in Section 6 of the Equality Act 2010.
My condition means I am unable to wear a face covering.  The legislature has approved face coverings exemptions as otherwise disabled people unable to wear face coverings would be excluded from society.  You cannot make up your own law requiring 100% face coverings, you must comply with the law requiring most people to wear a face covering but not those who are exempt.  So you must respect my right to use your service as a disabled person unable to wear a face covering on the same terms as those people who can wear a face covering.  
[Outline here more of what happened – include quotes from staff and how it made you feel / any damage to your health – make sure you give dates and times, the location of the incident(s) and, if you know the identity of any perpetrators, also include them here, although please note your claim is against the service provider, not any one individual working for the service provider].
Your attention is drawn to the press release of 24 July 2020 from the Government which references more detailed Guidance you are encouraged to familiarise yourself with:
I was following the rules when entering your premises unmasked.  I am entitled not to wear a face covering to protect my health and well-being and prevent severe distress and damage to my health being caused to me.  The response of your staff outlined above was, however, outside the rules and unlawful as explained below.
As a service provider you must not discriminate against me.
Section 29 Provision of services, etc.
(1) A person (a “service-provider”) concerned with the provision of a service to the public or a section of the public (for payment or not) must not discriminate against a person requiring the service by not providing the person with the service.
(2) A service-provider (A) must not, in providing the service, discriminate against a person (B)—
(a) as to the terms on which A provides the service to B;
(b) by terminating the provision of the service to B;
(c) by subjecting B to any other detriment.
Section 13 provides that (1) A person (A) discriminates against another (B) if, because of a protected characteristic, A treats B less favourably than A treats or would treat others.
And Section 15 provides me with protection against discrimination arising in consequence of my disability.  In order to defend my section 15 claim you would likely have to show your actions were a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim in the context of the right given to me to enter your premises as a disabled person with a reasonable excuse for not wearing a face covering.  The damage inflicted on me as outlined above was real and quantifiable.  I was not attempting to enter your premises infected with COVID-19.  I am aware of, and follow, the rules and restrictions and do not agree with your implied stance that I was putting any other person at risk.  In your response please lay out your basis for believing I was a risk such that it was proportionate to treat me in the way described above.
There is a special rule for discrimination cases: if I can prove some of the facts, you will then have to prove there was no discrimination.  This is sometimes called ‘shifting the burden of proof’.  It is set out in section 136 of the Equality Act 2010:
Section 136 Burden of proof
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I hear people say my job is requiring
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I hear people say "my job is requiring me to get the vaccine in the next month so I'm about to quit". No. You are going to tell them you will not participate in an experimental vaccine and let them fire you. That way you have legal recourse. If you simply quit, you have no recourse. They want you to quit.