Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Time to March or Submit to Communism

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace."  - Thomas Paine

            After a century of influence by “progressives” (a facet of socialism/liberalism/ communism/statism/collectivism), with innumerable laws passed in the name of “social reform,” America is about to be “fundamentally changed” forever. 

Nearly half of Americans are “OK” with communism; so much so that they’ve asked for more in the last presidential election.  Obama is determined to destroy America economically, using Cloward-Piven strategy to do so.  Of all the common sense actions he could take to improve the economy, he chooses to do none.  Instead, he authorizes the printing of more fiat money, creating inflation at the rate of 20% per year (certainly not officially reported as such).  Quantitative Easing (QE) dilutes the value of the dollar, and we are currently on QE4, with more to come.

Our public education system is brainwashing our children, indoctrinating belief that socialism is good, government knows what’s best for us, you shouldn’t question authority, that the United Nations is benevolent and UN Agenda 21 is the course to take.  Oh, did I mention that the New World Order is inevitable, so don’t fight it?  Each generation becomes more and more accepting of collectivism, enabling more government expansion and loss of Liberty.

There is no way we can reverse this trend with the next election, or the next 100 elections.  The game is now totally fixed, and regardless, both political parties are taking us down the same road.  Politics and elections have become a diversion, distraction, and a delusion for the masses, allowing the UN and elitists behind the UN to quietly progress with their agenda.  UN Agenda 21 calls for a reduction of world population from 7 billion people to a “sustainable” 500 million.  And they intend for this to happen in this century, hence “Agenda 21.”  Meanwhile most of America is focused on “bread and circuses” (a term used since Roman days about distracting the masses).

Only one course remains for those of us who believe there is still hope for America, that we can return to world preeminence through the foundation that made us the greatest nation in the history of the world.  That foundation is the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in its original intent and meaning, not the bastardized, manipulative reinterpretation created by progressives.  The one course that remains for those patriots who fondly remember the America of our youth: a Second Revolution.   

All across America we the people are preparing for disaster.  Some deceptively say they are preparing for a potential tornado, hurricane, power outage, or natural disaster.  In truth, many are getting ready for a collapse of society due to martial law or civil war, anarchy, race war, or famine.  An electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) would destroy everything we depend upon that is electrical.  An EMP is entirely possible, and is a plausible threat from several enemies.  There would be a 25% die-off of Americans in the first year, just from starvation, rioting, and inability to get medicines.

Many of the people “prepping” are also preparing for revolution.  And most believe, like I do, that the sooner we get this over with, the better.  US Marine Corps General James Mattis said, “Find the enemy that wants to end this experiment (in American democracy) and kill every one of them until they’re so sick of the killing that they leave us and our freedoms intact.”  He was recently forced to retire by the Obama administration.  George Washington was called out of retirement to lead the Revolutionary War.  Are you available, General Mattis?  It is time.  If we fail to act, we condemn our grandchildren to a lifetime of communist oppression, just as happened under Stalin and Mao.  They were “true believers” in communism, and now we have another true believer running our Nation.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Prepper Medicine

           First let me advise you that I am not an MD, nor am I qualified or authorized to give medical advice to humans.  Keep in mind, however, that we are all animals.  The information herein is for reference only, and I bear no liability for misuse or adverse effects (allergy) by using any of these antibiotics.  Essentially all of the antibiotics used in veterinary medicine are from human medicine, and most were tested on animals before being used in humans.  Although you may have used a particular antibiotic in the past, your body may have developed a sensitivity or allergy to the very same product since then, and you should discontinue any medication if you are exhibiting negative signs (usually a rash).

            Everybody gets sick sooner or later.  It can be a mild “cold” or upper respiratory infection, or blood poisoning from an infected scratch.  In a post-disaster situation, the risk of infection likely will go way up, due to lack of medical care, contamination, stress, poor nutrition, exposure, and reduced hygiene.  Even gunshot wounds are possible, or lacerations and broken bones.  Having a stock assortment of common antibiotics ready now is a good idea.

            Antibiotics don’t change to poison the day after they expire.  It has been proven that antibiotics are safe to use for at least five (5) years beyond their expiration date.  DON’T throw away expired antibiotics or other medications for that matter.  They may not be as effective as when they were “fresh,” but they are probably 90+% still active.  In a disaster situation they may not be available again for a long time, and you’ll be longing for the Amoxicillin you flushed down the toilet.

            Try the “First Choice” medicines; if they aren’t working, try another First Choice, or go to the “Resistant/2nd Choice” column.  You won’t have the luxury of doing a culture and sensitivity test to see what is causing your infection and what the best antibiotic is to eliminate it.  This will all be trial and error.  You have to give an antibiotic at least a three-day trial before deciding it’s not working, and even slight improvement is a sign to continue what you’re on.  Don’t jump from one antibiotic to another unless symptoms are worsening.  Checking body temperature is a good way to judge.  If your former fever of 103°F is coming down, it’s a good indicator that things are improving.  (Add a digital or “old fashioned” thermometer to your list.)

            An abscess generally needs to be drained before it will heal.  That means lancing it at some point to “let the corruption out” of the body.  Your immune system is trying to throw out the bacteria by killing and consuming it, creating pus, but sometimes the bacteria reproduces faster than the white blood cells can work.  That’s where antibiotics help out by interfering with the bacteria’s reproduction or by actually killing the bugs.  Often the abscess will rupture by itself, when the skin over the infection breaks down, but you can also get pretty sick before that happens.  (Add a half-dozen scalpel blades to that list, too; #10 curved edge for slicing, #11 sharp point for lancing.)

            There are various categories of antibiotics, such as the penicillins (-cillins), sulfas (sulfa-), tetracyclines (-cyclines), and fluoroquinolones (-oxacins).  If you have Ciprofloxacin and it isn’t working, then the other “-oxacins” probably won’t be any better.  This isn’t always a hard/fast rule.  Amoxicillin may not knock down a cat bite abscess, but amoxicillin-clavulinic acid combination usually will.  Survival medicine is a situation where you do what you can with what you have.  And add lots of prayer.

           An antibiotic doesn’t do the job of wiping out infection all by itself; it basically gives your own immune system a “backup.”  You can optimize the effect of an antibiotic by keeping yourself well hydrated, warm, comfortable, well-fed, and by reducing stress as much as possible. 

            If you are stocking up, it would be good to have something from each category, such as Amoxicillin, Cephalexin, Ciprofloxacin, Doxycycline, and Trimethoprim-sulfa.  Or substitute Amoxi-Clavulinic acid for plain Amoxi.  It’s a “bigger gun” for treating infection.  Also, you want to use the first line of antibiotics in nearly all cases (exception might be a bullet wound or deep laceration).  If you continually use the strongest/newest antibiotic, you risk developing resistance to that antibiotic.  And use the antibiotic until you are certain the infection is over, and add a few days treatment to be sure.  A wound would usually take two weeks’ treatment or more.

            Cost can be an issue with some antibiotics.  I traveled to a very remote atoll in 1997, and I knew the place was a virtual cesspool.  I asked my doc for a prescription for a week’s worth of Ciprofloxacin, and the 14 tablets cost me $100.  Today you can get 30 for $4.  Generics in nearly all cases are just as effective as the original trade-named product.  Some in-store pharmacies (Walmart, Sam’s Club, Giant Eagle) offer a 30-day supply or 30 doses of common antibiotics and other medicines for just $4, or sometimes free. 

            Viral infections, such as flu, are not affected by antibiotics.  But my opinion always has been that if a virus is causing damage, there are secondary bacterial “opportunists” that are also present, and an antibiotic can’t hurt.  It may reduce the overall recovery time.

            I’m not including injectable antibiotics for several reasons.  First, they require syringes and needles, which in today’s world are used only once and replaced.  Before plastic came along, syringes were made of metal and glass and were reused until worn out.  Needles were resharpened, sterilized, and reused as well.  Not nearly as sharp as today’s disposables.  Second, many injectable antibiotics require refrigeration and may have a shorter shelf-life overall.  Third, once you put it in, you can’t take it back out, but you can stop giving tablets if there is a reaction.  Lastly, injectable antibiotics are nearly always in glass vials or bottles, and subject to breakage.

Infection Site

Urinary Tract             First Choice                                                  Resistant/2nd Choice
                                    Amoxicillin                                                    Ciprofloxacin

                                    Amoxi/Clavulinic acid (Augmentin®)      


                                    Cefadroxil                                                                                                                                          Cephalexin (Keflex®)                                


Upper Respiratory (sinus, throat)

                                    Amoxicillin                                                    Azithromycin


                                    Cephadroxil/Cephalexin                                                                                                                Tetracycline/Doxycycline                          



Lower Respiratory (bronchitis, pneumonia)


                                    Amoxi/Clav                                                    Azithromycin

                                    Cefadroxil                                                      Cephalosporin 2nd/3d gen.                                     Cephalexin                                                   Tetracycline/Doxycycline

                                    Ciprofloxacin                                                            Combinations



Skin/Soft Tissue (wounds, abscesses)


                                    Amoxi/Clav                                                    Clindamycin

                                    Cefadroxil                                                      Dicloxacillin

                                    Cephalexin                                                   Ciprofloxacin                                   

                                    Trimethoprim-Sulfonamide                                    Oxacillin



External Otitis (ear canal to the eardrum)


                                    Topical therapy:  Clotrimazole, Tresaderm, Ciprodex Otic

                                    (You want to use a liquid that will flow into the ear canal all the way

                                    to the ear drum.)


Internal Otitis (middle ear)


                                    Same as first-choice Lower Respiratory


Oral Infections


                                    Amoxi/Clav                                                    Metronidazole plus

                                    Clindamycin                                                             Amoxi/Clav



                                    Amoxi/Clav                                                    Clindamycin

                                    Cefadroxil                                                      Ciprofloxacin

                                    Cephalexin                                                                                                                                       Metronidazole                                              



Human Dosages


     Amoxicillin:  500mg every 12 hours (severe 500mg every 8 hrs)

     Amoxicillin/Clavulinic acid:  500mg every 12 hours

     Ampicillin:  500mg every 12 hours

     Azithromycin:  500mg first day, then 250mg per day for 4 more days

     Cefadroxil:  500mg every 12 hours

     Cephalexin:  500mg every 12 hours

     Ciprofloxacin:  500, 750, or 1000mg once a day

     Clindamycin:  450mg every 6 hours

     Doxycycline:  100mg every 12 hours for 7-10 days

     Metronidazole:  500mg every 12 hours for 7 days

     Oxacillin/Cloxacillin/Dicloxacillin:  500mg every 6 hrs for 7-21 days

     Tetracycline:  500mg every 6 hours for 14-30 days

     Trimethoprim/Sulfonamide (Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim):  800mg every 12 hrs


Notes:  The two most important things you can do to PREVENT infection is wash your hands with soap and clean water often, and floss your teeth daily or three times a day (and brush, too).


            There is a “Guide to Veterinary Drugs for Human Consumption, Post-SHTF” that covers readily-available veterinary medicines that we can use at:


            However, it is just as easy (and probably less expensive) to buy from All-
Day Chemist at  These are generics that are very affordable.


            If you are on your own, I would recommend having a couple weeks’ or a month’s worth of the following in the largest sizes (mg):


            Amoxi/Clavulinic acid (Augmentin®)

            Azithromycin (Z-Pack®)

            Cephalexin (Keflex®)





            If you need a prescription, you might confide with your family doctor and tell him/her your concerns about preparing for all possibilities.  There are legal ramifications in the good old litigious USA, but if you’re lucky you’ll have a doc with common sense.  It would also be wise to read the antibiotic inserts (also available online at ) and familiarize yourself with what they’re used for, side effects, and dosages for various problems.  The dosages listed above are “shotgun” amounts, or highest levels.

American Pamphleteer                                          April 2013

          What’s happening to America?  What went wrong that changed everything we knew about this great country we grew up in?  Capitalism and a free market economy made the United States of America the strongest and wealthiest Nation in the world, guided by our Constitution, which reigned in the negative aspects of human nature; wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony.

           “Progressives” would have you believe that mankind has advanced, improved, evolved to a point that the Constitution is irrelevant and outdated, written by old white men.  Yet we all truly know that nothing has changed as far as human nature is concerned.  But the progressives (also known as socialists, Democrats, communists, collectivists, statists, and yes, even Republicans) have a long-term goal in mind for America that is transforming our country into a socialist cog in the “great” New World Order of one-world government under the United Nations.  Have you read UN Agenda 21?  If you have, did you brush it off as impossibility?  Time to wake up and smell world communism.

           You don’t have to read the whole thing, just go to the Wikipedia description of Agenda 21.  Also check out “Georgia Guidestones,” which, in my opinion, was funded by the Rockefellers.  Both share a similar goal of reducing world population to a mere 500 million people (today it is just over 7 billion).  “Crazy,” you say?  “Impossible,” you think?  Well, friend, this is a long-term goal that the UN hopes to achieve during THIS CENTURY, hence “Agenda 21.”

           But, you say you don’t see this happening yet.  No?  Think long-term, slow die-off.  Now consider Obamacare and how it will slowly eliminate the sick, infirm, elderly and handicapped.  Consider what genetically-modified crops (GMOrganisms) will do worldwide when they fail.  Are government and private laboratories working on new pathogenic viruses right now?  Is nuclear holocaust rearing its ugly head again?  Is there something to the clamor about “chemtrails” in the sky?  How do they relate to the Four Horsemen – Conquest, War, Famine, and Death?  Do you really think this is all a conspiracy theory? 

One hundred seventy-eight countries signed Agenda 21in 1992.  It’s been twenty years in operation.  In the USA, 528 cities have accepted Agenda 21’s International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), which promotes “sustainable development,” the key to transforming our world.  ICLEI guides the programming of our public school systems.  Our children are learning that the New World Order is a good thing, and one-world government under the UN is the answer.  They are being taught that socialism is fair for everyone, environmentalism trumps humanity, and that they should never question authority (i.e., government).  Look at the voters who went for Obama, who promised to “fundamentally transform” America.  Obama is purposely destroying our economy to weaken our sovereignty, enabling our acceptance of the UN goal.

          Now do you understand why more and more Americans are considering home schooling?  Our public school system is indoctrinating our children in the goals of Agenda 21.  I’m even skeptical about parochial schools and elite private schools.  It is the elitist, ultra-wealthy of the world that are behind the UN and its goals.  Who do you think will decide which people make up the 500 million?  Will the extended Rockefeller Family be among them?  How about the Obamas and Clintons?  Will your grandchildren see the next century, or be victims of UN Agenda 21?