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Patriot Express Newsletter Edition #252

Greetings and welcome to the Patriot Express Newsletter Edition #252. Welcome to February 2024. As we appear to be on the brink of war either in Texas, the Middle East, or Eastern Europe, we must do our best to stay grounded and focused on what we know we must do to be prepared. Though we don't know, and we can't control what appears to be another war and more lives lost, we must be more determined to achieve self-dependency and self-reliance,

I often wonder why so few strive to bring us to the place in time where we hate one another as people and countries. Evil wins out each time and the remaining will pick up the pieces while the few moves to another location to start another war. Why?

As we journey through each day and week with wonders of what the next may bring, we must remember this is our land and we all are sisters and brothers in some fashion. Tonight, as I write this newsletter, the moon is bright orange and I wonder what tomorrow brings to each of my sisters and brothers. Think about this as you listen to this short song by Celtic Thunder titled Brothers in Arms. (Thanks Festus, for sharing this with me.)

Let me ask you a question. How brave are you? A little bit? A lot? Do you watch scary movies? How about scary movies that are based on reality and true? I challenge you to watch the below video by Dane Wigginton at Dane is my go to guy for truth in weather manipulation and learning about chem trails. Below is the documentary titled The Dimming. You can find it at YouTube at this link. I warn you, if you don't like the truth and prefer living in fantasy land, do not watch this video. (Thanks to our Patriot sister in Western, NC for this submission)

Let us move along....

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We must make this brief public announcement to protect the innocent.

Ding, Ding, Ding....Attention HFS readers..... Opinions shared in this newsletter are just that, opinions, and nothing more. Read at your own risk. The owner and author of this site is not responsible for hurt feelings or thin-skinned readers. I do my best to show restraint and respect to the best extent possible. I take as many precautions as possible and try to remain as nonpolitical as possible, however, there are times when I just can't help but point certain things out. Occasionally I use words only Patriots recognize and understand. It's not personal against any non-Patriot. It's just the truth. Sometimes we must pull up our spenders and suck it up. Just saying. Stay the course, read what you want, and avoid the rest. Avoid fear porn as much as possible and the day will be okay. When all else fails… Keep the faith and always have Hope.

Let’s move along and get to some thoughts...

Thoughts for the week - The show must go on as the circus sets up again in another location. The magic act is the same. That being, watch my left hand while my right hand pulls the wool over your eyes once again. There was a time in my childhood that I believed TV wrestling was real. Today, the things around us are worse than wrestling and more people believe what they see than the arenas full of wrestling fans back in the 1960s and 1970s. I do still struggle with determining if Jiff is actually peanut butter. I digress.

One of the hardest things to watch in the preparedness world is seeing people you know, friends and/or family, pet the same dog daily and getting bit. No matter how big the print used, the sign says, "beware of dog." It doesn't matter because they know best and go straight to the foaming at the mouth dog and think they can change or convince the dog otherwise. Not going to happen now or tomorrow or the next day. Why people will not listen is beyond me.

During my years working in special operations as a security advisor to special forces generals and colonels, I was told I had a reputation for seeing things that wasn't, to many. What do I mean? How I viewed a picture was different than others. It could be through words, reading, or through what my eyes witnessed. What didn't belong. What was out of place in the picture. What was being portrayed but didn't match the history learned through advance research. I wasn't special and it was simply a blessing I suppose. I had spent several years studying the human brain and the psychology of human actions and reactions to scenarios and situations. Death, disasters, trauma, and other events causing reactions would help to understand that person. People are predictable and people typically cause events. If you understand the person or cause they support, you can typically come close to identifying their actions in most cases. I wrote about much of this in my second book titled The Mindset. There is a difference in preparing vs preparing with the proper mindset. There is a difference in trying to avoid threats vs thinking outside the box and left of bang to avoid the threat results.

For whatever reason, people run from the risk assessment process like an honest man from the government. Why work hard and do your own assessment when someone else will tell me when I'm supposed to worry or when to avoid the pothole in the road. Haven't you noticed on the signs in the road going down the interstate telling where a pothole is? What happens? The driver hits them one by one and then complains because there was no warning. Duh?

In my adult lifetime I don't think I have ever witnessed so much PSYOPS or psychological operations being used against the civilian populace as what we see now. I know because I witnessed the same method of operation with PSYOPS being used on foreign nations by our same government. Predictive programming, psychological operations, psychological psychosis, normalcy bias and more. It is as if humans want to be scared, controlled, manipulated, and mentally abused daily. Then they say, "I can handle it" and go right back for another dose of fear injection the next day. Why? I would guess these same individuals never researched and spent time studying past studies of human psychological tests and the brain.

During the Viet Nam war, American soldiers would be tortured through bamboo shoots being hammered underneath their fingernails. Or, fingernails being plucked off one by one until the soldier would give in and give up information. I've read of extreme cases of torture through inserting thin test tubes into the male organ and then being crushed. They would then stick a water hose in the soldier mouth until he would urinate pieces of glass. These methods are physical torture causing psychological impact. Today, our enemies know how to capture the mind of their targets without being near the target. It is powerful and effective in every way. Reaching the objective is the goal and will be achieved at all costs. It is not hard to do this when the people are flocking to the source voluntarily. Think about that.

If you are handcuffed to a table for 24 hours without food or water, sleep or exercise, and on the hour, someone walks in and punches you in the face, you get angry and decide you will refuse to give up the information. I walk in after 24 hours and take the chair across from you and ask how you are doing. Did you get plenty of water and food? I appear nice and soft. I bring you some water and a snack. Then I lay down a folder and open it before you and I have 8 x 10 photos taken at your home of each family member inside your house, I just broke you. You will give in and answer questions faster than a fly trying to escape a blender. It's mental and the mind has a breaking point. Today, fear porn is king, and millions are lining up for it daily.

The following article was posted over at James Wesley Rawles site Survival Blog which is one of the most visited prepper sites available. The article is perfect for this discussion. (Thanks Festus, for submitting this article)

The Greenhorn’s Guide to PSYOPS, by Scarecrow

When in doubt, do the OODA loop: Observe, Orient, Decide, Act. In other words, see what’s going on, understand how it relates to your situation, figure out what to do, then do it.

But what happens when you can’t do your OODA loop because you can’t properly see what’s going on, i.e., you can’t Observe and then Orient? What happens when the tools you use, for example, mass media, are (at best) trying to obscure the truth or (at worst) are intentionally lying to deceive?

Here are some clues that “they” (the government, the media, etc.) might be using propaganda or conducting a Psychological Operation (PSYOP). Take note if:

–       They are trying hard to instill:

o   Fear*

o   Confusion

o   Passivity

o   Anger*

o   Pressure to act quickly

o   Heavy emphasis on consensus; i.e., you don’t want to be out of step with what everyone else thinks, do you?

o   Repetition of claims without evidence

o   Claims that the opposition should not be allowed to speak, or should be censored.

* Remember that both fear and anger tend to disable the thinking parts of the brain.

–       The opposition to their narrative is framed as something more than just wrong:

o   Morally reprehensible

o   Unpatriotic

o   Endangering others

o   May be engaging in “hate” speech and should be criminalized

o   Is a threat to democracy

–       The media appear to be in lock-step, all (or most) repeating the same messaging with nearly the same words.

–       The threat is invisible and/or cannot be confirmed by ordinary means.

–       There is an effort to censor all contradictory messaging.

RFK, Jr. recently said in a government hearing: “A government that can censor its critics has a license for all atrocities.”

Here are some tools for resisting propaganda and psychological operations:

–       Maintain your faith in God, truth, and goodness

–       Maintain detachment; don’t react emotionally, respond with reason

–       Maintain your sense of humor

–       Encourage free, respectful discussion because it breaks the influence of propaganda

–       Look for evidence confirming or opposing what is being said

–       Ask: does it pass the test of common sense? Does it contain illogical or contradictory messaging?

–       You are free to question the “incentives,” that is, the reason why someone (media, government entity, etc.) might be saying something

–       You are free to not accept something simply because the media says it is so

–       You are free to turn off the media.

When in doubt, question the narrative, ask for the evidence, and examine the incentives.

Remember: When they say something “can’t be talked about”, then it’s a clear flag that it needs to be talked about.

Preparedness -

Can we agree that much of preparing is doing so in a group? We rally up friends in a room or around a table to teach or listen to the preparedness topic of the hour or day. Many of these lessons betters our community. Our nation has lost so many past skills that our grandparents once used. Today they call it prepping. In the past it was called surviving. Funny how times change huh? Then again, back then men worked in pants and had dirty hands. Today, well, dresses and painted fingernails are acceptable in the workplace. Back then two men settled differences behind the outhouse and today the prim and proper man will use rules, laws, and position of authority to control the narrative. What is this all about B.E.?

Do you remember a few years ago shortly after the Covid-19 era started in March, 2020 when the government tried to mandate and enforce guidance against participation of two or more in events such family cookouts in the backyard, church Bible study groups in your private dwelling, any kind of neighborhood or group function where more than two people join together, family or not. Heck, they even tried to prevent people from group participation at the local firing range or shooting on private property on Uncle Bucks farm.

There is now a bill on the table for review and consideration within the justice committee in Washington, D.C. titled House Bill 6981 - Preventing Private Paramilitary Activity Act of 2024. I would encourage you to go to the link below and check this out. This bill, if passed, will change the national landscape for preppers and preparers. So much so, a simple afternoon training class on protecting your farm or home, conducted under a group name, could land you in jail.

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Over the past 15 years one warrior I have grown to respect and follow is a survivor name SELCO. He is a survivor of the Bosnian war. Since then, he has offered so much valuable insight to what it was like surviving on the ground. Not as a military member, but as a civilian just like us. Maybe I was attracted to SELCO and his story because I, like many others served and/or rotated in and out of Bosnia and the Balkan states in our prior military life.

This is real and it could be you, me, or a loved one who needs this information. (Thanks Festus for submitting this article. Good stuff)

Words from a Bosnian Survivalist Words from a Bosnian survivalist Translator’s note:

This tale had originally been recorded in French and then translated by two Russian survivalists who met the man. I have read it at hyperprapor’s blog. The Bosnian is anonymous for reasons which will soon be made clear from reading the articles. ~~ MicroBalrog

I am from Bosnia. You know, between 1992 and 1995 it was hell. For one year I lived, and survived, in a city with 6000 people, without water, electricity, gasoline, medical help, civil defense, distribution service, any kind of traditional service or centralized rule.

Our city was blockaded by the army and for 1 year life in the city turned into total crap. We had no army, no police, we only had armed groups – those armed protected their homes and families.

When it all started some of us were better prepared, but most of the neighbors families had enough food only for a few days. Some had pistols, a few had AK47s ( ) or shotguns. After a month or two gangs started operating, destroying everything. Hospitals, for example, turned into slaughterhouses. There was no more police. About 80% of the hospital staff were gone. I got lucky – my family at the time was fairly large (15 people in a large house, 6 pistols, 3 Aks), and we survived (most of us, at least).

The Americans dropped MREs every 10 days, to help blockaded cities. This was never enough. Some – very few – had gardens. It took 3 months for the first rumors to spread of men dying from hunger and cold. We removed all the doors, the window frames from abandoned houses, ripped up the floors and burned the furniture for heat. Many died from diseases, especially from the water (two from my own family). We drank mostly rainwater, ate pigeons and even rats.

Money soon became worthless. We returned to an exchange. For a tin can of tushonka you could have a woman (it is hard to speak of it, but it is true). Most of the women who sold themselves were desperate mothers.

Arms, ammunition, candles, lighters, antibiotics, gasoline, batteries and food. We fought for these things like animals. In these situations it all changes. Men become monsters. It was disgusting.

Strength was in numbers. A man living a lone getting killed and robbed would be just a matter of time, even if he was armed.

Today me and my family are well-prepared, I am well armed.

I have experience. It does not matter what will happen – an earthquake, a war, a tsunami, aliens, terrorists, economic collapse, uprising. The important part is that something will happen.

Here’s my experience: you can’t make it on your own. Don’t stay apart from your family, prepare together, choose reliable friends.

How to move safely in a city

The city was divided into communities along streets. Our street (15­20 homes) had patrols (5 armed men every week) to watch for gangs and for our enemies. All the exchanges occurred in the street. About five kilometers away was an entire street for trading, all well­organized, but going there was too dangerous because of the snipers.

You could also get robbed by bandits. I only went there twice, when I needed something really rare (list of medicine, mainly antibiotics, of the French original of the texts).

Nobody used automobiles in the city: the streets were blocked by wreckage and by abandoned cars. Gasolnie was very expensive. If one needed to go somewhere, that was done at night.

Never travel alone or in groups that were too big – always 2­3 men. All armed, travel swift, in the shadows, cross streets through ruins, not along open streets. There were many gangs 10­/15 men strong, some as large as 50 men. But there were also many normal men, like you and me, fathers and grandfathers, who killed and robbed. There were no “good” and “bad” men. Most were in the middle and ready for the worst.

What about wood?

Your home city is surrounded by woods, why did you burn doors and furniture? There were not that many woods around the city. It was very beautiful – restaurants, cinemas, schools, even an airport. Every tree in the city and in the city park was cut down for fuel in the first two months. Without electricity for cooking and heat – we burned anything that burned.

Furniture, doors, flooring – that wood burns swiftly. We had no suburbs or suburban farms. The enemy was in the suburbs. We were surrounded. Even in the city you never knew who the enemy at any given point was.

What knowledge was useful to you in that period?

To imagine the situation a bit better you should know it was practically a return to the stone age. For example, I had a container of cooking gas. But I did not use it for heat – that would be too expensive! I attached a nozzle to it I made myself and used to fill lighters. Lighters were precious. If a man brought an empty lighter, I would fill it and he would give me a tin of food or a candle.

I was a paramedic. In these conditions my knowledge was my wealth. Be curious and skilled. In these conditions the ability to fix things is more valuable than gold. Items and supplies will inevitably run out, but your skills will keep you fed. I wish to say this: learn to fix things, shoes, or people. My neighbor, for example, knew how to make kerosene for lamps. He never went hungry.

If you had 3 months to prepare now, what would you do? 3 months?

Run away from the country? (joking) Today I know everything can collapse really fast. I have a stockpile of food, hygiene items, batteries… enough to last me for 6 months. I live in a very secure flat and own a home with a shelter in a village 5 kilometers away. Another six-month supply there too. That’s a small village, most people there are well-prepared. The war had taught them.

I have four weapons, and 2000 rounds for each. I have a garden and have learned gardening. Also I have a good instinct – you know, when everyone around you keeps telling you it’ll all be fine, but I know – it will all collapse. I have strength to do what I need to protect my family. Because when it all collapses you must be ready to do “bad” things to keep your children alive and protect your family.

Surviving on your own is practically impossible (that’s what I think). Even if you’re armed and ready – if you’re alone, you’ll die. I have seen that happen many times. Families and groups, well­prepared, with skills and knowledge in various fields – that’s much better.

What should you stockpile?

That depends. If you plan to live by theft – all you need is weapons and ammo. Lots of ammo. If not – more food, hygiene items, batteries, accumulators, little trading items (knives, lighters, flints, soap). Also alcohol of a type that keeps well. The cheapest whiskey is a good trading item.

Many people died from insufficient hygiene. You’ll need simple items in great amounts. For example, garbage bags. Lots of them. And toilet papers. Non­reusable dishes and cups – you’ll need lots of them. I know that because we didn’t have any at all. As for me, a supply of hygiene items is perhaps more important than food. You can shoot a pigeon, you can find a plant to eat.

You can’t find or shoot any disinfectant. Disinfectant, detergents, bleach, soap, gloves, masks… First aid skills, washing wounds and burns. Perhaps you will find a doctor – and will not be able to pay him. Learn to use antibiotics. It’s good to have a stockpile of them.

You should choose the simplest weapons. I carry a Glock .45, I like it, but it’s a rare gun here – so I have two TT pistols too (everyone has them and ammo is common). I don’t like Kalashnikovs, but again, same story – everyone has them, so do I.

You must own small, unnoticeable items. For example: a generator is good, but 1000 Bic lighters are better. A generator will attract attention if there’s any trouble, but 1000 lighters are compact, cheap, and can always be traded.

We usually collected rainwater into 4 large barrels and then boiled it. There was a small river but the water in it became very dirty very fast. It’s also important to have containers for water – barrels and buckets.

Were gold and silver useful? Yes. I personally traded all the gold in the house for ammunition. Sometimes we got our hands on money – dollars and deutschmarks. We bought some things for them, but this was rare and prices were astronomical – for example a can of beans cost $30­40. The local money quickly became worthless.

Everything we needed we traded for through barter. 7. Was salt expensive? Yes, but coffee and cigarettes were even more expensive. I had lots of alcohol and traded it without problems. Alcohol consumption grew over 10 times as compared to peacetime. Perhaps today it’s more useful to keep a stock of cigarettes, lighters, and batteries. They take up less space.

At this time I was not a survivalist. We had no time to prepare – several days before the shit hit the fan, the politicians kept repeating over the TV that everything was going according to plan, there’s no reason to be concerned. When the sky fell on our heads, we took what we could. Was it difficult to purchase firearms? What did you trade for arms and ammunition?

After the war we had guns in every house. The police confiscated lots of guns at the beginning of the war. But most of them we hid. Now I have one legal gun that I have a license for. Under the law that’s called a temporary collection. If there is unrest, the government will seize all the registered guns. Never forget that. You know, there are many people who have one legal gun – but also illegal guns if that one gets seized.

If you have good trade goods you might be able to get a gun in a tough situation, but remember, the most difficult time is the first days, and perhaps you won’t have enough time to find a weapon to protect your family. To be disarmed in a time of chaos and panic is a bad idea. In my case – there was a man who needed a car battery for his radio, he had shotguns – I traded the accumulator for both of them.

Sometimes I traded ammunition for food, and a few weeks later traded food for ammunition. Never did the trade at home, never in great amounts. Few people knew how much, and what, I keep at home.

The most important thing is to keep as many things as possible in terms of space and money. Eventually you’ll understand what is more valuable. Correction: I’ll always value weapons and ammunition the most. Second? Maybe gas masks and filters. 9.

What about security? Our defenses were very primitive. Again, we weren’t ready, and we used what we could.

The windows were shattered, and the roofs in a horrible state after the bombings. The windows were blocked – some with sandbags, others with rocks. I blocked the fence gate with wreckage and garbage, and used a ladder to get across the wall. When I came home, I asked someone inside to pass over the ladder. We had a fellow on our street that completely barricaded himself in his house. He broke a hole in the wall, creating a passage for himself into the ruins of the neighbor’s house. A sort of secret entrance.

Maybe this would seem strange, but the most protected houses were looted and destroyed first. In my area of the city there were beautiful houses, with walls, dogs, alarms and barred windows. People attacked them first. Some held out, others didn’t – it all depended how many hands and guns they had inside. I think defense is very important – but it must be carried out unobtrusively.

If you are in a city and SHTF comes, you need a simple, non-flashy place, with lots of guns and ammo. How much ammo? As much as possible. Make your house as unattractive as you can. Right now I own a steel door, but that’s just against the first wave of chaos. After that passes I will leave the city to rejoin a larger group of people, my friends and family. There were some situations during the war… there’s no need for details, but we always had superior firepower, and a brick wall, on our side. We also constantly kept someone watching the streets.

Quality organization is paramount in case of gang attacks. Shooting was constantly heard in the city. Our perimeter was defended primitively – all the exits were barricaded and has little firing slits. Inside we had at least five family members ready for battle at any time, and one man in the street, hidden in a shelter. We stayed home through the day to avoid sniper fire. At first, the weak perish. Then the rest fight.

During the day, the streets were practically empty due to sniper fire. Defenses were oriented towards short­range combat alone. Many died if they went out to gather information, for example. It’s important to remember we had no information, no radio, no TV – only rumors and nothing else. There was no organized army, every man fought. We had no choice. Everybody was armed, ready to defend themselves. You should not wear quality items in the city – someone will murder you and take them. Don’t even carry a “pretty” longarm, it will attract attention.

Let me tell you something: if SHTF starts tomorrow I’ll be humble. I’ll look like everyone else.

Desperate, fearful. Maybe I’ll even shout and cry a little bit. Pretty clothing is excluded altogether. I will not go out in my new tacticool outfit to shout: “I have come! You’re doomed, bad guys!” No, I’ll stay aside, well­armed, well­prepared, waiting and evaluating my possibilities, with my best friend or brother. Super­defenses, super­guns are meaningless. If people think they should steal your things, that you’re profitable – they will. It’s only a question of time and the amount of guns and hands.

How was the situation with toilets? We used shovels and a patch of earth near the house. Does it seem dirty? It was.

We washed with rainwater or in the river – but most of the time the latter was too dangerous. We had no toilet paper, and if we had any, I would have traded it away. It was a “dirty” business.

Let me give you a piece of advice: you need guns and ammo first – and second, everything else. Literally EVERYTHING! All depends on the space and money you have. If you forget something there’ll always be someone to trade with for it – but if you forget weapons and ammo, there will be no access to trading for you. I don’t think big families are extra mouths. Big families means both more guns and strength – and from there, everyone prepares on his own.

How did people treat the sick and the injured?

Most injuries were from gunfire. Without a specialist and without equipment, if an injured man found a doctor somewhere, he had about a 30% chance of survival. It ain’t the movie. People died. Many died from infections of superficial wounds. I had antibiotics for 3­4 uses – for the family of course. People died foolishly quite often. Simple diarrhea will kill you in a few days without medicine, with limited amounts of water. There were many skin diseases and food poisonings… nothing to it. Many used local plants and pure alcohol – enough for the short term, but useless in the long-term. Hygiene is very important… as well as having as much medicine as possible. Especially antibiotics.

UPDATE: My readers have informed me that this Bosnian man is Selco, who runs the site at I have it on good authority it is a very useful and excellent resource

Stay safe.

Preparedness News -

1.From Lisa Bedford - The Survival Mom - Ways to Communicate After Disasters If Cellphones Don't Work - The Survival Mom - "Can you hear me now?" Communicating with loved ones, friend, and community will be essential during any disaster type event. Here's some suggestions to consider when the cell service goes down.

2. From Selco - The Organic Prepper - OBSERVE: THIS Is Your #1 Skill to Survive SHTF Mayhem ( Excellent information. Much of this HFS has covered over the past months, however it helps hearing it from another person. I respect SELCO and his information very much. Why? He has also been on the other end and brings past experience to you. (Thanks Festus, for this submission)

3. From Selco - SHTF School - Store Food in Plastic or Glass Jar: Which is Best? ( - Good information. I know folks who use a combination of both.

4. From Melissa K. Morris - Are you a prepared momma - It’s Cold Out, Let’s Start a Winter Indoor Garden! ( - This is a growing topic and more folks are starting and learning tower gardening and other methods.

5. From Kendra Lynne - New Life on a Homestead - How To Can Apple Pear Jelly Step by Step • New Life On A Homestead - This is one of the most enjoyable parts of preparing. Personally I love a good canned jelly or jam in the morning.

Prayers - Please keep our great nation, our elected leaders, military and first responders in your thoughts and prayers. We pray for good health and wisdom. Please pray for our leadership to find answers and guidance to the problems facing our great nation. May your faith remain strong and answers to the unknown provided. God is good and may our prayers blanket and protect you and your circumstances. I pray for each, and every one of our Patriots.

  • Please pray for our Patriot sister in Western N.C. who is in recovery from rotator cuff surgery.

  • Please keep our Patriot sister Western N.C. in your prayers while she awaits answers on her health issues. Internal bleeding has been ruled out at this point. The holidays and winter weather delayed availability for more testing.

  • Please keep our Patriot brother out near Tulsa, OK in your prayers, as well as his family. Our brother has endured several setbacks with his heart and continues to have medical occurrences in the same area. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Our HFS family has many prayers needs for health and moral. We love you all and continue praying for each of you.

May we pray for all the blessings and things in life to be thankful about and continued hope for revival around the world. We must continually pray for the unsaved, our family and friends who live each day without the protection for eternal life and salvation.

As Patriots we must stay strong and never give up. Our home, community, and nation need us now more than ever. Stay focused on your local community and things that will impact you around the nation. Don't allow the events around you to create fear in your life. Build your own self-reliance and focus on faith and hope. Remember we are a blessed nation, and we must continue to be great people today and make a better tomorrow. Keep charging.


Bravo Echo Out,

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