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Wake Up Redoubt – Believe Your Own Eyes!

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Wake Up Redoubt – Believe Your Own Eyes!

Wake Up Redoubt – Believe Your Own Eyes!

Episode 20-10, recorded on August 2, 2020

American Redoubt

Montana Democrat Steve Bullock Staffer Fired for Racist, Sexist Tweets

Evan McCullers, who was the deputy press secretary, reportedly wrote a series of offensive tweets between 2012 and 2014. McMullers was fired shortly after the tweets emerged.



Pompeo called out top tech leaders who claimed that they were unaware that Chinese are trying to steal American intellectual property

Pompeo: China Engaging in the ‘Greatest Human Rights Violation of This Century to Date’

A/BLM Riots


Clinton Aide Advises Joe Biden: ‘Whatever You Do, Don’t Debate Trump’


Michael Jackson’s daughter takes on the role of a Lesbian Jesus in film “Habit”

The promotional materials for the movie have made no mention of Jackson playing Jesus as a lesbian.

Jackson’s portrayal of Christ will be as a lesbian who involves herself in a series of carnal acts with another woman.

Prevent The Distribution Of The Film “Habit” 


The general rule of thumb is that you’ll need one gallon of water per person per day. Half a gallon is used for drinking and the other half is used for hygiene. That number will go up depending on a whole host of factors. If you live in a hot climate or have pregnant or nursing women in your group, you’ll want to store more water.

Many prepper sites recommend pre-treating your water with chlorine to help prevent algae and bacteria growth. However, several sites claim that this isn’t even necessary because tap water is already treated with chlorine.

Water Storage Guidelines

1 gallon per person per day

3-day supply x 1 person = 3 gallons

14 days (2-week supply) x 1 person = 14 gallons

(number of days of water needed) x (number of persons in your home) = gallons to store

Storage Containers

Store-Bought Bottled Water

Empty Soda/Water/Gatorade Bottles

Gallon Water Jugs


55-gallon water barrels

Rain Barrels

swimming pool


Water filter

Purification tablets

Boil Water


You can tell if a container is food grade in several ways:

1. Plastics #’s 1, 2, 4, 7 are the plastics used for food grade containers. You can find this number in the little triangular recycle symbol on the bottom.


2. Also on the bottom, there’ll be a symbol indicating the container safe to freeze or store in a pantry.

3. The container often says on the package when you buy it, “Freezer, Refrigerator, Pantry Safe.” Or something like that to indicate that you can put food and water in there.


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