By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large
I’m a big fan of the Alive After the Fall package. The basis of Alive After the Fall is Scripturally-foretold electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks that can plunge an affected area into darkness, and the practical steps you can take to make it through the event should it strike the area in which you live. One feature I especially like about the Alive After the Fall package is the wealth of information it offers on survival topics beyond the more singular issue of EMP attacks. One of the bonus special reports that’s included as a part of the package is Surviving a Biochemical Attack, and it contains a lot of solid information on a topic few consider nowadays…but should.
Earlier this year, when the Ebola outbreaks in West Africa were dominating the news, thoughts among many turned to the possibility of whether radical Islamist terrorist groups might seek to “weaponize” Ebola so that it might be used to kill scores of people through an act of terrorism. The prospect over terrorist use of Ebola as a weapon has been debated in think tanks and by politicians around the world for some time, in light of its high degree of infectiousness and its pronounced mortality rate. Many experts see Ebola as a poor choice for a biological weapon, citing the requirement that it must be transmitted by bodily fluids, and that anthrax is far superior, because the spores can be dried and milled to the form of particles subject to inhalation.
The debate over what sort of biological agent might be most effectively used to terrorize large numbers may go on, but what we do know is that the subject of an attack of some kind occurring against a civilian population is a reasonable one to have. The Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense declared earlier this year that the U.S. government is “gravely and insufficiently” prepared to deal with a biological attack on American soil. Panel co-director Asha George said, “We’re going to see the use of biological weapons eventually. When I say eventually I don’t mean decades from now.” Spain’s state secretary for security, Francisco Martinez said last year that, based on listening in to conversations held in chat rooms used by terrorists, that ISIS was planning to initiate “lone wolf” attacks using biological agents. The threat is real.
In Surviving a Biochemical Attack, readers are treated to a solid overview of the wide variety of biochemical agents that are good candidates for “weaponization” in some form. The report also discusses how to prepare, how to develop a disaster plan, and much more.
Including Surviving a Biochemical Attack, the material received in the complete Alive After the Fall package comes in the form of 15 different digital reports, each covering a different survival topic, that total just under 600 pages. What’s more, your purchase is accompanied by a 60-day, money-back guarantee, so if you find it necessary, for any reason, to ask for a refund, you can have one for up to two months after you buy the product. Anyway, I wanted to take this opportunity to discuss another component of this great package with you. If you are like me, and always in the market for more information on managing distressed, even deadly, conditions, you should get a lot of mileage from Alive After the Fall. Click here to learn more.