John McAfee, developer of the first commercial anti-virus computer software, is running for president as a representative of the Libertarian Party, and in a recent op-ed piece he wrote that appeared at Business Insider, he took GOP candidate Jeb Bush to serious task for his expression of what McAfee sees as very misguided views on the subject of cybersecurity.
In McAfee’s railing against Bush, he recalls Dr. Peter Vincent Pry’s testimony before congress a while back in which Pry testified that an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, attack would kill 90% of Americans within two years. Pry is no random alarmist; he is a member of the Congressional EMP Commission and executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security. Dr. Pry is also Director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum, which advises congress on methods by which Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) may be countered.
I’ve written before about the Alive After the Fall digital information package, and I’m doing so again on the heels of McAfee’s reminder to us all about just how gravely the EMP attack threat should be viewed. 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.
High-altitude EMP events, which can be caused by solar storms and lightning bolts, as well as by a nuclear explosion, have the capacity to generate particle surges from the ionosphere that could act to disable power grids and electrical equipment. The damage ultimately caused will, of course, vary on the size of the EMP, as well as its location, but the point is that the effects could be very devastating…particularly if a rogue nation or non-state group purposely detonated such a weapon for the express purpose of causing the trouble outlined here - instantly, an affected region would be plunged into a world of darkness, and what’s especially troubling is that it is estimated that it could take years for an area to recover from an EMP attack.
Alive After the Fall does a terrific job explaining the details of the EMP threat, but then really “takes off” when it moves on to discuss how to plan and prepare for an EMP attack, to include instructions on how to build a special container designed to protect your electronic devices from the destructive static electric fields that result from an EMP. The manual then goes on to dispense a lot of additional, solid information that pertains to persisting through a distressed environment, information like proper food storage, methods of water purification, which plants are edible (with photographs), instructions on how to make your own solar-powered cooking device, information on bugging out, ideas for alternative forms of transportation in a post-EMP environment, and much, much more.
HOWEVER, I have to say that as great as the information is that’s contained in the actual Alive After the Fall ebook, that is only one part of the total package; anyone who purchases Alive After the Fall receives, in addition to the Alive After the Fall ebook, the following 14 bonus reports: Nuclear Attack Survival Guide; Surviving a Biochemical Attack; Survival Mindset; Secrets to Sanitization After the Fall; Food After the Fall; DIY Greenhouse; Simple Survival Canning; Setting Up Your Survival Seed Bank; Power After the Fall; Safety After the Fall; Survival Guide to Trapping; Survival Guide to Hand Crafted Weapons; Where to Start Prepping; and Self-Defense for Women. All together, the material received in the complete Alive After the Fall package comes in at just under 600 pages. What’s more, your purchase comes with a 60-day, money-back guarantee, so if you find it necessary, for some reason, to ask for a refund, you can have one for as long as two months after you purchased the product. To learn more about Alive After the Fall, Click Here.
By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large