"Intelligence Report" "Transmitting The Truth!"


Sunday, September 28, 2014

Current Economic Collapse News Brief - Episode 478


Friday, September 26, 2014

Winter 2014 – To be Catastrophic???

You should already have some kind of emergency supplies that you been putting aside years ago...

If you have never actively prepared for the approach of winter, you may want to start doing so this year. The National Weather Service models are predicting a 99% chance that this coming winter will start sooner and be harsher than any we have seen, possibly in this century. Weather science experts are saying the amount of snow we can expect could be many times what we normally get, in most areas. The northeast and midwest states will probably be the hardest hit, but the expected harsh winter weather could affect the entire continental United States. This type of severe weather goes far beyond mere inconvenience, it is life threatening. A greater amount of snow than normal could shut down major cities and cause lengthy power outages. 

The combination of no heat and probable food shortages is a recipe for disaster.

 The time to prepare for this is now, as the weather could turn as soon as the beginning of October. What should you do? How can you protect your family from the hazards that this winter will present? Prepare for it now! Better you should start stocking up for the upcoming emergency now than try to run out and buy what you need when the snow is knee deep and everyone else is also trying to do the same thing. Prices will be inflated, shelves may be empty, people could panic and you could be hurt or worse if you are caught out in those conditions. What should you start stocking up on? Some of these things I am sure you probably know, but others you may not think of. Start with the basics. 

Heat – if you lose power and your heat does not work without it, the first thing you will need is an alternative source of heat. Mr Heater portable propane powered heater was my choice. Whichever heater you decide on, make sure that it is approved for indoor use, and even then you may want to slightly crack a window. Make sure to buy a lot of propane tanks, so you do not run out. Never NEVER use outdoor BBQ grills, kerosene heaters, or any other type of heater that is for outdoor use only. You can be overcome by fumes from them.

Heavy Clothing – the best would be snowsuits such as what you wear for skiing or winter hiking, but you can also use thermal underwear, wool socks and insulated boots and parka. Don’t forget the hat and gloves. You may also want to invest in some hand warmers. 

Food – when a food shortage hits, and it will when the delivery trucks cannot get to the stores, the first thing to go is the staples. Milk, bread, eggs and such will be gone almost immediately. To avoid this situation, buy good quality powdered milk and store it in a cool dry place. I don’t trust the cardboard containers they come in so I store mine in two liter soda bottles with tightly screwed on caps.

 Kept moisture free, powdered milk stays good for 2 to 10 years, so don’t be afraid to buy a lot. Loaves of bread should also be on your list. Bread can be frozen with no major damage to it, and if you lose power, you can always keep it outside where it will stay frozen. Eggs can also be frozen, not in their shell, but first crack and beat them and then pour them into ice cube trays. When they are frozen, pop them out and put them in freezer bags. Can goods, pasta, rice, beans are all things that you can stock up on that will last a long time. 

How much food to store will be determined by how many people in your household. Don’t forget to also buy the means to cook your food. A small propane stove is best, but you can use an outdoor grill if you want to cook outside, but beware, the smell of cooking food may bring unwanted guests for dinner! Radio – a portable radio that runs on batteries is essential to keep up on what is going on outside your home. Battery operated or solar chargers for your cellphone, tablet or laptop is also a good idea. 

Being able to communicate with others during a weather emergency is important Light – stocking up on candles, flashlights and batteries is a good idea, but if you have a lengthy power outage, oil lamps are a much better and cheaper choice. They give off more light and burn a very long time on very little oil. You can buy oil lamps(about $10) a Walmart along with lamp oil ($6) and extra wicks.($2) It may seem a bit overwhelming, but the better you prepare, the safer and happier you will feel. But remember, it is much better not to tell anyone about the preparations you have made for the coming winter, or you may find desperate people showing up on your doorstep when their food runs out and their houses have no heat.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Happy Sabbath Day: "Remember The Sabbath DAY" NOT Night/Friday

For a good number of us, there is not a TEACHING from God more solidly fixed in our minds the truth is that we should observe the seventh day Sabbath (Saturday). Why is this the case? One reason is because for years people blissfully observed Sunday without having a clue about the Sabbath.

"Sunday is the first day of the week and Friday/Friday Night is the 6th day of the week 
It is NOT the Sabbath."


“The Sabbath day does not begin on Friday at sunset and it is not 24 hours long. The Sabbath day begins at dawn on Saturday and ends at dark”. An amazing number of scriptures are laid out before us, indicating that the scriptural day begins in the morning at first light. A great number of Biblical scholars/commentators are quoted who hold the view that scriptural days begin at dawn/sunrise and not at sunset.

Some of us will let human nature take hold of us and we will ignore it, at least for a while.

We cannot believe it. This dawn to dark idea must be crazy. Isn’t that the same thing you said about Saturday when you were observing Sunday?

“why do we begin our observance on Friday at sunset?” We know that the sunset to sunset day is a long-standing tradition of the Jews. Sure, Sunday keeping is also a long-standing tradition, 


The ultimate question of course is how does YAHUAH  define a day? Is there a pattern running throughout the scriptures that tells us when a day begins? Yes, there is. And we will find that the 7th day (Sabbath) begins just as any other average day in scripture begins.

The Biblical definition for a day as defined by YAHUAH   Himself can be stated in 6 words. "And God called the LIGHT DAY ". Does this definition seem too simple? Please stay with me and I believe that you will find that it is very simple.

If we keep in mind that LIGHT = DAY, pure and simple, numerous scriptures will become crystal clear. Take Genesis 2:3 for an example. Here, YAHUAH blesses and sanctifies the seventh DAY. (In other words, God blesses and sanctifies the 7th LIGHT PERIOD). Please note that God does NOT bless or sanctify the 7th NIGHT (Darkness). Only the 7th LIGHT 

Now we can take a look at the 4th Commandment found in Exodus Chapter 20. Verse 8 reads, "remember the Sabbath DAY (LIGHT), to keep it holy." Verse 10 explains to us not only what day the Sabbath is on, but also how long the day lasts. ". . But the seventh DAY (LIGHT) is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God. ." (Or DAWN to DARK).

You might even be more surprised if you were to turn to page 136 of "Vines Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words". You would read the following under "TO LIGHT". "The basic meaning of 'OR (my note-Hebrew for Light) is "DAYLIGHT" (cf. Gen. 1:3). In the HEBREW MIND the "DAY" BEGAN AT THE RISING OF THE SUN..."

 "Remember the SABBATH DAY, to keep it holy". Notice two very important words in this sentence. "SABBATH" and "DAY". Most of the time when we say the word Sabbath, we simply mean the 7th day of the week. In most cases when the Bible uses the word Sabbath it refers to the 7th day.

YAHUAH is very specific in Exodus 20:8 when He tells us to remember the "SABBATH DAY". He does NOT simply say "Remember the SABBATH" in this verse. He adds the critical word "DAY". (DAY IS LIGHT)


1. The time between sunrise and sunset.

2.  The light of day; daylight

3. day, daytime, daylight(noun)
the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Korn Gives The TRUTH

I do not trust Alex Jones but this video needs to be seen.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

"911 Truth" 2014

For YEARS me and many others have been doing what we can to help get the truth out on 911. The WTC was a controlled demolition by the united states government. 13 years later they are still getting away with this! I put out this 911 truth video back in 2010. That has over 324,563 views. What is it going to take for you people to wake up? Will you wake up when the government starts putting you in to death camps? By then it will be to late! Like i said in the video ... "When you deny the truth on 911 you deny justice to the 911 victims family members and dishonor the memory of those who died on September 11 2001 GOD KNOWS I SPEAK THE TRUTH!!"

Steve m -

Wednesday, September 10, 2014