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Bear Daily Brief, 15 July 2020
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OVERVIEW

· The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 13,341,466 (4,975,293 active cases)

Global Deaths: 577,963

Global Recoveries: 7,788,210

USA Cases: 3,507,632 (1,803,381 active cases)

USA Deaths: 138,700

USA Recoveries: 1,565,551

· Recently Florida broke records with sky-high case numbers, squashing some countries in the daily count. Many labs in Florida reported a 100% positivity rate—meaning every coronavirus test was positive. Reporters investigated the errors and found that Orlando Health, while it had a 98% positivity rate, the true number was 9.4%. Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center showed 76%, but the real rate was 6%.

· A protest urging Mayor Lyda Krewson of St. Louis to resign turned violent. The protest came after she read aloud some names and addresses of some who want to defund the police. Conditions of the illegal camping outside city hall were unsanitary and dangerous. A city employee was hit in the face with a gun, another was punched, and a man was stabbed and required 30 stitches. A news crew was confronted and threatened after they filmed a group breaking down barricades.

· The U.S. has formally rejected much of China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea. Pompeo said in a statement, “The world will not allow Beijing to treat the South China Sea as its maritime empire. America stands with our Southeast Asian allies and partners in protecting their sovereign rights to offshore resources, consistent with their rights and obligations under international law.” (Note: military ships and submarines have been moved out to the Western Pacific over the past few months for military exercises and shows of confidence, so military presence is likely preemptively high.)

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

· Repeating: The coin shortage continues. Some select Walmarts have even gone cashless.

Legal/Political/Military

· According to a lawyer for two churches in Chicago, city officials told the churches that they would consider bulldozing the buildings if they did not comply with coronavirus mandates.

· West Virginia has reduced the social gathering limit from 100 to 25 people.

· Oregon has reduced indoor social gatherings to 10 people.

· Cuyahoga County, Ohio has created a hotline for mask violation tattling. A $750 fine and up to 90 days in jail could result from the second-degree misdemeanor.

Societal/General

· There is growing upset over the lack of outrage in the media over the death of a young white mother ambushed and shot for allegedly saying “all lives matter” during an earlier confrontation. (There are conflicting reports about whether she or someone else said it.) She is not the only person to be attacked or lose her life in this unrest, though her murder seemed more cold-blooded than most.

· A squirrel in Colorado tested positive for the bubonic plague. Treatment is available today, but after China’s alert about the “unknown pneumonia” in Kazakhstan, this seems to be becoming a pattern—people are seeking the next big pandemic behind every rock and tree.

· In Michigan, a man allegedly stabbed an older man who confronted him about not wearing a mask in a convenience store. When confronted by a deputy, he tried to attack her with a knife. He was shot and transported to a hospital, where he died of his injuries.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL & MISCELLANEOUS

· Pressure treated lumber is nearly impossible to find in Massachusetts. Bars and clubs are not expected to be allowed to reopen until a vaccine is available. Meat prices are up, but supermarkets are well-supplied again. A mask mandate bill is in the works.

· Menards has mandated masks for all customers across all its chains. They also banned children from all their stores a few months ago. The manager who told a contributor to lock her child in the car while shopping.

· From a supervisor at Walmart in Texas: “I got sent home because my mask was political. It reads, ‘Jesus is my savior Trump is my president,’ so a customer complained. They told me to take it off. I said no, so they sent me home.”

INTERNATIONAL

· There is a proposed set of rules in India’s government that entail requiring tech giants (Google, Amazon, Facebook) to provide source code and algorithms to mitigate against unfair monopolistic practices, creating a more competitive landscape for local businesses.

· China has experienced record flooding. 141 people are dead or missing, several million hectares of crop has been destroyed, and there is significant economic loss—roughly $8.5 billion, according to some estimates.

· 23 countries have been affected by the locust swarms. Damages are estimated at $8.5 billion for countries in East Africa. The World Bank Group has approved a $500 million program to support affected African and Middle Eastern countries.

ACTIONABLE

· Struggling to find ammo? Try the ammoseek.com search engine.

· Make sure your fire extinguishers are ready to go. Be aware of the upcoming availability of explosives (fireworks) and the subsequent risks they may carry in these times.

· Be in communication with your neighbors and sheriff’s department and be prepared as a group for civil unrest.

· The new firearms transaction record form has all the buyer information on the first page. (This makes gathering personal information of the buyer as easy as recording with your phone.) A viewer who runs inventory for a large firearms store believes this could be an avenue for a registry. All FFLs must begin using this form on November 1st.

· Reach out and socially support others. Suicide is on the rise, even among children sequestered at home.

· If you cannot acquire a freezer for meat, remember that pressure canning, pickling, and freeze drying are options. Also, consider looking on alternative markets like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist for individual sellers of freezers.

· Alternative food resources: Asian supply stores, Amish/Mennonite stores, restaurant supply stores, and local farmers. (Form groups to buy direct and process live.)

· Need medical supplies? Look at midwife and veterinary supply stores.

· If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

· Stay politically vigilant and active.

SILVER LININGS

· “You all have inspired me to take my family's survival from the short term to the long term. We've moved from the tasty stuff like tomato and peppers to sustenance crops like wheat and corn. We're planning for next year and out and doing the things.”

· Since finding Bear Independent in February, a couple has moved out of the city, started a garden, and begun stocking up to the rafters. “After months of talking to my parents, they are now beginning to take the seriousness of prepping to heart. Using Bear Independent (Patreon) as a guide and personal experience, I was able to talk them through the beginnings.”

· One woman’s friends have started to listen to her preaching of “stock up on food before the prices go up!”

· “The garden is huge and thriving, we are pressure canning vegetables and meats, dehydrating greens and continue to add to our stockpile of grains and legumes. And my fiancé and I are still getting married in October with the wedding proceeding normally— in our backyard!”

· “We already had guns because I hunt and love to shoot, but we recently received our armor from adventure frontier, and have just ordered 2 bear minis to have on hand. Looking for a piece of land to COOHMP to as we live in the middle of town. More importantly though, you folks have encouraged me to develop better my relationship with The Father. Keep up the great work!”

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User #37513728 - 14 Jul 20 23:00
Anybody read this in bears voice or just me
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User #8753519 - 14 Jul 20 23:37
Notice "Participating in a riot" doesn't show up on the last chart,but attending a religious service does.
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User #4073308 - 1 May 20 20:56
I know #1 is to COOHMP, but if that's not possible right now, what advice would you give to people renting who are unable to make major yard changes such as raised beds or raise small animals such as chickens or goats?
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User #21079858 - 1 May 20 23:54
Try container gardening. Research Kratky hydroponic methods. Check into grow towers. There are plenty of non-invasive gardening methods.
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User #34222158 - 1 May 20 20:59
Would be good to view "how to butcher X step by step" on Patreon is that something you have or plan to do?
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User #18221542 - 1 May 20 21:30
tractor maintenance! a series of videos on how to keep your tractor going
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User #6512239 - 1 May 20 21:11
Preface: Knowing that you A. won't start a fight, B. have no desire to find yourself in one, and C. that this is highly situational. Question: I would love to hear what you feel are your personal liberty poles, and if it comes to a day where you are being compelled to give up something you won't, how would you step through that encounter? RE: dealings with law enforcement, threats and the inevitable door kick?
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User #32753092 - 1 May 20 21:00
Can we get a tutorial on how to preserve food using ball jars? Figure it would be a good way to get my wife into this prepping lifestyle as she is all about activities in the kitchen!! Not sure if you already did this, not all the way through your library...but if not i'm sure lots would be interested. Also, did I miss the April Loot Box drawing?
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User #34222158 - 1 May 20 21:05
Would you recommend hydroponic set up for indoors?
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User #31962540 - 1 May 20 21:51
Question: How do you get your eyebrow to stand up in such a defiant manner? 😂 Seriously though, maybe some equipment or projects you bought/did when you started homesteading that you regretted or could have done without?
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User #22221104 - 1 May 20 20:53
Is it safe to store freeze dried food and other long term food storage (rice, beans, sugar in Mylar bags) in un-air conditioned places? Like garage or shed?
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User #19986955 - 1 May 20 21:29
In the physical sense, how far out of her is far enough?
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User #20635703 - 1 May 20 21:12
Would love to hear some chicken talk. I'm starting to get my own hatchlings from my chickens. I intend to share some with the MAG. vax them or is medicated feed sufficient? Sholom brother.
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User #31395155 - 1 May 20 21:27
Best way to start long term prepping in a two bedroom apartment. With a patio and a detached in apartment complex one car size storage garage about 2 minutes walking from apartment unit. I already have a pretty good food and water situation for short term (2 to 3 months) but now that I want to start storing long term space is tough. Wanting to store the long term storage stuff in garage isn’t really feasible I wouldn’t think because it is not air conditioned. And Nevada weather can get real hot in summers. Any tips for long term storage in apartment
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User #20882983 - 1 May 20 21:24
Actually...how to debark pine logs and timber frame with them would be a great video I’d be very much interested in
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User #14555924 - 1 May 20 22:47
👆 what this guy said
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User #17420320 - 1 May 20 21:14
I am a pagan I have always felt a connection to the pagan belief but lately I have been drifting from my belief I have watched alot of your videos regarding your belief I'm not sure how to word it but maybe a how to for lack of a better word and thank you for all you do
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User #33086837 - 1 May 20 21:45
How to bring old fields back to life. We recently bought our first house!, an old farm and there is not much for the animals to graze on. Lots of weeds. We mowed everything down last fall so they couldnt seed before the winter but seems like they have been let go for many years.
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User #34551158 - 1 May 20 23:44
This!
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User #32772332 - 1 May 20 20:56
I bought some non gmo corn that is sold to a restaurant and they grind it and make it into tortillas, do I need to mix it or not since the restaurant doesn’t??
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User #13270403 - 1 May 20 21:50
Family bug out demo how too’s, planning etc, BOV set up???, bolt action rifles and your recommendations for such, small plot food production, how to structure a MAG (we got the people but what now bro kinda thing)
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User #32229229 - 1 May 20 21:11
Brother Bear, ^the questions above are amazing and legit. I’m fairly new to the prepping life style and new to Patreon. Watch your YouTube videos for many month and then joined Patreon. In most of the videos you talk about bugging out, that’s not an option for me due to be new prepping and not having a bug out location or friends and family near by to help. Can you help me with bugging in and how to set up a security plan in a neighborhood with homes less than 10 feet apart.
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User #34644333 - 1 May 20 21:04
I am planning on growing food over the summer, and due to a lack of space my first garden will probably start out in containers. Can you grow food indoors in containers? Do you need growth lights if your access to sunlight is limited?
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User #7598709 - 1 May 20 21:01
Now that you’ve had sheep for a while, what are your tips and/or a list of supplies/tools you’d suggest for someone getting ready to start with hair sheep?
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User #32523832 - 1 May 20 21:08
Do you have military experience? And if so. Can you tell us a little about that?
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User #34131102 - 2 May 20 00:07
Bear I am trying to find the exact day he posted the study. He does a daily covid report also on YouTube. Will get back to you.
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User #3655105 - 1 May 20 18:35
Hey Bear.... Put my first garden in today... Thanks for the inspiration... 1 Cherry Tom, 4 Varieties of tomatos, Jalapeño, Red bell, 2 romane lettuce 1 buttercrunch, 1 red leaf, 2 brussel sprouts and 1 broccoli. Thanks again
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User #20507536 - 1 May 20 23:51
VaChina needs shut up. US companies need to start looking at how they are going to get parts to continue to produce things such as computer parts. I was told by the IT dept they could not fix my work laptop because they could not get the parts from VaChina.
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User #34131102 - 1 May 20 22:23
Regarding hydroxychloroquine check out peak prosperity. He checked all studies prior to pandemic and it was given to million for ebola and no records of heart problems. In the studies they should be using zinc with it for it to be the most effective.
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User #27199033 - 1 May 20 12:45
Yo bearbro
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User #32753092 - 1 May 20 19:09
April Loot Box Drawing?
Morning Podcast - Isaiah 23 - A Remnant Appears
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Thank you, Bear.
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A Brother of the Bear Nation is in need; not for himself, but on behalf of a loved one.

“I have a issue and would ask for some help from bear nation. On Tuesday my great grandmother passed away at 92 years she has left her husband with very little. He was a fisherman all his life back home in Newfoundland, and money is hard to come by. We have started a go fund me to help assist with her funeral and to assist my great grandfather in anyway we can until we can get there after this travel ban is over. Would you consider making it known, to assist us In our goals? Bear Nation is a powerful tool given to us by The Father and I hope they can find it in their hearts to help. If they can, I have attached the link to the go fund me page.”


https://www.gofundme.com/f/in-loving-memory-of-myrtle-hurley?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet

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User #12929455 - 1 May 20 22:44
Ontario, sorry for your loss.
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User #24014160 - 1 May 20 20:31
I will share, my prayers are with you and your family. Me and my family will send what we can.
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User #32333906 - 1 May 20 12:42
I have no funds to donate ☹️ but may I share this on Facebook? If not I understand. Thoughts and prayers going out to family
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User #13270403 - 1 May 20 16:51
Yes you may share it on Facebook! My Grandnan thanks even the thought of donating
Bear Daily Brief 30 APR 2020
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As always, we’re neither an intelligence agency nor a news agency; we are facilitating the sharing of information amongst the Bear Nation.

From a viewer:

"The Mrs. finally ventured out of the house to the PO Box in town and we got a thank you card from Grindstone and it brightened our day."

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

5/1/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 3,302,128 (2,030,233 active cases)

Global Deaths: 233,745

Global Recoveries: 1,038,160

USA Cases: 1,093,724 (878,139 active cases)

USA Deaths: 63,801

USA Recoveries: 151,784

• The Global Times editor, Hu Xijin, on Weibo: “Australia is always there, making trouble. It is a bit like chewing gum stuck on the sole of China’s shoes. Sometimes you have to find a stone to rub it off.”

• China is threatening to halt medical supplies to the Netherlands after they thanked Taiwan and says, “Our tourists will not visit the Netherlands anymore.”

• The Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirmed on-record for the first time Thursday that the U.S. intelligence community is investigating whether the pandemic started as a laboratory accident in Wuhan. (They have ruled out bio-engineering of the virus itself as study has revealed that it has not been genetically modified, nor was it man made.)

• The UN says the coronavirus may bring about a secondary pandemic—of global hunger. WFP's executive director David Beasley cautioned the UN Security Council, "While dealing with a COVID-19 pandemic, we are also on the brink of a hunger pandemic. There is also a real danger that more people could potentially die from the economic impact of COVID-19 than from the virus itself."

• 30.3 million people have now filed for jobless aid in six weeks.

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, particularly animal products. Beef production has been reduced by more than 10%, and pork production has now been reduced by a whopping 36%.

• Repeating: Essential workers at Amazon, Instacart, Whole Foods, Walmart, Target, and FedEx are expected to hold an “unprecedented strike” this Friday over “their employers’ supposedly profiting at the expense of their health.”

• There are reports that Asia is having issues harvesting their rice crop due to a lack of migrant workers. That means higher prices on rice.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so. Some places are extending their orders and/or modifying them.

• According to a draft of the state’s effort to reopen parts of the economy, Oregon restaurants may be asked to consider keeping names, contact information, and dates of visits for patrons.

• Washington’s phased reopening plan starts with widespread testing followed by rapid isolation of individuals with the virus and contact tracing to prevent it from spreading. Governments are looking into technology for the “tracing” part. Privacy experts fear digital contact tracing could outlive the crisis.

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• From the FDA: "Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine have not been shown to be safe and effective for treating or preventing COVID-19. They are being studied in clinical trials for COVID-19, and we authorized their temporary use during the COVID-19 pandemic for treatment of the virus in hospitalized patients when clinical trials are not available, or participation is not feasible. Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine can cause abnormal heart rhythms such as QT interval prolongation and a dangerously rapid heart rate called ventricular tachycardia.”

Societal/General

• Many places, civilian and military, are requiring face coverings.

• More protests—recently, citizens stormed the capital in Lansing, Michigan, chanting “Let us in!” and “U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A!”

• A local San Antonio restaurant, 225 Urban Smoke, was struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. It was just dealt a second blow when thieves broke in and stole all the restaurant's meat and everything out of the refrigerator.

• Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. on temporary work visas are concerned they will soon be “illegal” immigrants because the system is so hampered right now, many have lost their jobs, and in many cases they are unable to get back into their home countries due to closed borders.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• A viewer that works at a Budweiser brewery was just notified by his management about the CO2 shortage. “I just thought it was pretty awesome of y’all to have let me and my coworkers know way before our management did! Thank you for all of your intel!” Thank you, Bear Nation!

• This contributor has personally seen U.S. forces in Japan getting 23 F-35s with a plan to get 32 more (total of 55) within the next 6 months.

• A viewer working in Southeastern Minnesota at a large facility says the CDC and State Department of Health will be coming to give approval for a wing to be turned into a Covid-19 unit for the hospital overflow for those recovering. This person asks for prayer to stay healthy in order to care for the sick and an alcoholic spouse. “My work is with those who have 3 years to 6 months prognosis. I LOVE my work! Called by God. He is my shield.”

• “After getting everyone I know to reach out to Westport PD as well as Westport town selectmen, Westport has pulled back from getting the drones from Firefly who was offering them for free.”

• One trucker has recently seen trucks being “pulled around back” for inspection. “My gut tells me with the timing of the secondary news about it being less deadly than they thought with a 5% mortality rate, they said, ‘Let’s make some money boys!’ Done in Bears homo voice.”

• Several truckers have noticed that law enforcement seems to be leaving commercial traffic alone and only showing an interest in passenger vehicles, and one trucker says he’s just started to see police begin pulling over trucks again.

• This tornado season has been the deadliest since 2011.

• Pennsylvania’s Education Secretary says that schools may not open this fall with the current data looking the way it is.

• “Prepper” foods and related companies are sold out or increasing greatly in price.

• One viewer notes that waste is reduced, and oil collection has ceased for his company because there is nowhere resell after processing with the prices/need so low, and production so high.

INTERNATIONAL

• Puerto Rico is on curfew 24/7, with trips for food and car parts on only two days a week, and medical on an emergency basis only.

• The Canadian Federal Government could be poised to make firearm prohibitions by Friday. This gun control legislation would be coming in the wake of the recent shooting in which a man illegally armed with illegally obtained weapons killed 22 people in Nova Scotia.

• Also in Canada, a man who has been convicted twice of having lured teenage girls through social media has been granted day parole, even though he is considered to be at a high risk of reoffending. It is believed that the pandemic influenced the decision.

• The prime minister of Russia has coronavirus.

• Isolation measures in Colombia will be continuing through May 11th, though a few

sectors like infrastructure and manufacturing will be reopened.

• Panama has shut down all businesses except for grocery stores, gas stations, agricultural supply houses, and pharmacies. This viewer is a cattle rancher, considered “essential,” and notes that during their travel, “This morning, they changed the pass system from paper to a national database. The police simply type your license plate or national ID number into their phones and your pass pops up.”

ACTIONABLE

• Contact your local chicken farmers. You can buy processed chickens by the case from the plants they supply. (A viewer in Alabama was just able to get 80 lbs. of chicken breast for $0.65/lb.)

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

KU And Washburn law schools are providing free legal services to healthcare workers. In Topeka, Kansas, The Department for Children and Families is helping more people pay their energy bills with a second period for accepting applications to their Low- Income Energy Assistance Program.

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

Florida: https://flfarmtoyou.fdacs.gov/consumers.aspx

Pittsburgh: https://412foodrescue.org/

NOTES

Check out the forums at www.bearindependent.com

Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

-A Grant Writer

If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

To support Grindstone Ministries and battle disaster recovery, drink a cup of coffee: https://disastercoffee.com/

Comes in a variety of blends, ground and whole bean.

Also available: BUNKER beans! When stored in mylar with oxygen absorbers, these unroasted green coffee beans will store for 20 years.

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User #4840618 - 1 May 20 02:13
Don't know how relevant this could be but I just watched 45+ planes travel West to East in a straight line in the span of about 5 minutes. Never saw anything like it before. West Georgia.
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User #16722292 - 1 May 20 10:56
I tried to buy some food from Auguson farms last Friday and they didn't have anything in stock. 4patriots.com out of Tennessee will ship immediately. I ordered Last Friday morning and got it yesterday. 1 month of food for 197.00 and got 2, 72 hour kits FREE! FREE SHIPPING.They will also take 2 payments. Hope this blesses someone. They sell all kinds of goods.
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User #4840618 - 1 May 20 02:57
That is wonderful! Thank you for the information.
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User #28286509 - 1 May 20 02:43
Air Force doing Flyovers of Hospitals as a Thank You to Medical personnel who have continued to work.
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User #18130717 - 1 May 20 00:54
Thanks for all that ya do Bear n keep up the good fight!
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User #4784618 - 1 May 20 01:12
Tell the Dance Monkeys I'll keep sending what I can as I get information.
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User #5800402 - 1 May 20 01:01
The way I see these things happening where you have to give your name, address, and phone number to go somewhere is the big start to separate the ones they want gone. They already know who will push back when push comes to shove so this way they will get rid of you quicker. I don't know maybe I'm reading to much into this. But I don't think so.
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User #32753092 - 1 May 20 00:51
That's Crazy, I bought 4 of those exact buckets for 99.00 a piece maybe a year ago...unreal...
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User #17538274 - 1 May 20 13:07
Thank you Lisa. Regards, Doug
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User #4786585 - 30 Apr 20 20:42
Thank you God for getting this going and blessing TJ.
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User #23250467 - 30 Apr 20 20:35
Great job, looking forward to more great content
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User #19098552 - 30 Apr 20 20:54
That’s great! Congrats!
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User #31962540 - 30 Apr 20 20:48
Spectacular! Congrats! 🎉 Now on to 15Mil
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User #20882983 - 30 Apr 20 20:36
Congrats!!
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User #21073672 - 30 Apr 20 20:34
Damn we're good! (^:
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User #33865235 - 30 Apr 20 20:32
Yeses..!!! Congrats bear nation... Blessings to all..
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User #23260418 - 30 Apr 20 20:31
Well done Bear.
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User #17122906 - 30 Apr 20 20:52
I bet I'm good for a solid percentage
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User #33716292 - 30 Apr 20 20:41
Good job bear nation
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User #26980118 - 30 Apr 20 20:37
Congratulations!!!!🎉🎉🎉
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User #32861498 - 30 Apr 20 20:31
Whoo hooo! Great job!
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User #4741797 - 30 Apr 20 20:42
Soooo, is this good?
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User #7141608 - 30 Apr 20 20:45
Wonderful News and Congratulations!!
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User #11314368 - 30 Apr 20 20:33
Congrats
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User #7374457 - 30 Apr 20 20:35
It was Hommy's nuts that did it. Lol 🤪😁🤣😉😇🤠🇺🇸
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User #4076712 - 30 Apr 20 20:32
Your name is Rob Wilson? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. I figured your name is Jack Ryan or Jack Reecher or Jason Bourn or something, geez :) Congrats on 7.5 Mil!
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User #29062004 - 30 Apr 20 20:32
Well done Bear & the Bear Independent Team!
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User #32715802 - 30 Apr 20 20:37
Great content will do that
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User #17420320 - 30 Apr 20 20:44
Great job
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User #34225158 - 30 Apr 20 14:08
To add to the bad news, please sure up you digital opsec. Analyze your use case, come up with a threat model and implement the appropriate opsec posture. I am part of an organization that supports the packaging industry and well our email servers have been taken over along with our downstream consumers . We adhere to EU level data security GDRP we make the hospitals I’ve worked for look like a paper fort. This was done by a state actor and I’m already blaming Beijing.
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User #34486629 - 30 Apr 20 16:56
Thank you bear and all of bear nation. You are appreciated .
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User #4784643 - 30 Apr 20 13:26
The Whole Foods strike did not happen last time it was scheduled. Unions have attempted to organize their workers in some areas. It has not been successful so far. These press releases are sent out by the union. The workers like Whole Foods.
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User #16346453 - 30 Apr 20 14:20
I look forward to these so much, I love the way each of the daily briefings are closed.
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User #28468275 - 30 Apr 20 13:15
Thanks little bear awesome info! You rock!
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User #22461241 - 30 Apr 20 15:06
No way HARD PASS on 10.10.10
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User #22461241 - 30 Apr 20 15:08
I will never sign in and give my information when out and about.
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Shalom Patrons!

Y’all are AWESOME. Thank you for supporting us here at Bear Independent.

We appreciate y’all deeply.

Promo code at the Bear store is Patreon10 for 10% off your order.

Please mail your tasty intel nuggets to intel@bearindependent.com

From a viewer:

"Bear will never know the knowledge and guidance I have received from him. Because of finding him and knowing what and how to do things the hole virus mess has not be that big of a deal to us. We stocked food and supplies and have done fine! Thank you for getting all the info to Bear as it is great to have a place to go to and just get information that you can trust."

From the Dance Monkeys:


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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/30/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 3,190,584 (1,986,725 active cases)

Global Deaths: 225,587

Global Recoveries: 986,725

USA Cases: 1,049,431 (844,380 active cases)

USA Deaths: 60,640

USA Recoveries: 144,411

• There are more than 4,000 cases in Washington, D.C.

• New Jersey’s governor said the 6,770 people who died from the virus in New Jersey is more than the number of residents who died in World War I, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, both gulf wars — Afghanistan and Iraq — Superstorm Sandy and 9/11 combined. He took a moment of silence during the news conference for the deceased.

• It is now circulating in the media that last February. a Chinese warship readied its guns at a Philippine Navy ship in the West Philippine Sea. Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzan has requested a full briefing of the incident. (The fact that this is now “news” may mean more than the actual occurrence a few months ago.)

• Trump has said that WHO “is literally a pipe organ for China.” He has also said that the U.S. numbers are so high due to superior testing ability and transparency (unlike China).

• Essential workers at Amazon, Instacart, Whole Foods, Walmart, Target, and FedEx are expected to hold an “unprecedented strike” this Friday over “their employers’ supposedly profiting at the expense of their health.”

• According to a study of 1,895 U.S. citizens over 18, about 25% are expected to be hitting their “breaking point” at this time. The article covering this mentioned anxiety about mundane things like eating out or grocery shopping, combined with domestic tensions stemming from high levels of stress.

• The U.S. Economy shrank by 4.8 percent in the 1st quarter.

• Mayor Bill de Blasio is receiving heat for tweeting after a large group of Orthodox Jews gathered for a Rabbi’s funeral, “My message to the Jewish community, and all communities, is this simple: the time for warnings has passed. I have instructed the NYPD to proceed immediately to summons or even arrest those who gather in large groups. This is about stopping this disease and saving lives. Period.”

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, farmers are dumping their milk, produce is being plowed under or allowed to rot, and large numbers of egg-laying hens and hogs are being euthanized due to a large lack of processing ability. U.S pork production alone is now down about 25% due to closures. (Recently: A beef production plant out of Green Bay, Wisconsin is among the latest to shut down.)

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

• Auto manufacturing is still unable to reopen due to stay-at-home orders in some states. They are expected to remain closed for at least two more weeks.

• It is reported that U.S. exports have plummeted with the economic freeze. Analysts predict global trade could contract by as much as 15% this year.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so. Some places are extending their orders and/or modifying them. Bars and nightclubs are pushing to reopen with restaurants in early May.

• Ilhan Omar of Minnesota has introduced the Rent and Mortgage Cancellation Act, which would cancel all rent and mortgage payments regardless of income or employment for the duration of the pandemic. It would also create a fund to “fully finance the purchase of private rental properties by non-profits, public housing authorities, cooperatives, community land trusts, and states or local governments.”

• Washington state may be extending its orders at least in part, but officials are considering opening the state by region.

• Attorney General William Barr has ordered federal prosecutors across the U.S. to identify pandemic restrictions from state and local governments “that could be violating the constitutional rights and civil liberties of individual citizens.”

• Kansas City has just released information on “phase one” of its reopening plan. The 10/10/10 plan allows buildings and businesses that service the public to reopen with 10% building occupancy or 10 people allowed inside a business, whichever is greater. Sign-ins with contact information will be required for anyone who visits a business for more than 10 minutes. Plus, social gatherings up to 10 people inside or 50 people outside will be allowed. This includes weddings, funerals and religious services. But businesses and organizations must gather contact information on all attendees. The city said that establishments such as grocery stores, medical and dental offices, pharmacies, and other essential businesses are not subject to the 10/10/10 rule.

• Nevada will be extending its stay-at-home order.

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Repeating: ERs and other medical care facilities are continuing to struggle financially. Furloughs are common.

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. (We receive reports from Bear Nation alone that add up to several thousands of beneficiaries daily in several specific areas scattered across the nation.)

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• Civil unrest and violent crime seems to be increasing in Indiana. In Indianapolis, a postal carrier was murdered for the mail she carried.

INTERNATIONAL

• Russia has more than 100,000 cases now.

• Spain has seen another spike in the daily death rate.

ACTIONABLE

• Contact your local chicken farmers. You can buy processed chickens by the case from the plants they supply. (A viewer in Alabama was just able to get 80 lbs. of chicken breast for $0.65/lb.)

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• There was a weigh station for truckers in Nebraska set up to give away a 4 pack of masks to truckers.

• A viewer has set up 3 raised-bed gardens and moved meat rabbits onto their suburban property. Neighbors have started bulk buying meats and have begun setting up a trading network for crops.

• One person has seen an 800% increase in their business selling collectible toys online. “I have been up packing orders until midnight for several days now. If any viewers have any Lego, video games, or other popular toys laying around now is the time to sell on eBay, Facebook, or any other online marketplace they use. I have used the huge increase in sales to bolster my food and ammunition stores, as well as purchase items to make our homestead more self-sufficient.”

• “I've got 2 beautiful little corn plants growing from the sad un-popped popcorn left on the bottom of my air popper! It's amazing what will grow with a little love.”

• A viewer filled their old 19x26 in-ground pool with dirt and is gardening out of it.

• A special event is taking place May 2-3 at the Gallatin Valley Mall in Bozeman, Montana, giving away 50,000 lbs. of potatoes and more than 5,000 lbs. of ground beef to those who need it.

Volunteer shift sign-up: www.shm.life/friends

Every dollar raised goes to hamburger: www.shm.life/beef.

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

Florida: https://flfarmtoyou.fdacs.gov/consumers.aspx Pittsburgh: https://412foodrescue.org/

NOTES

Check out the forums at www.bearindependent.com

Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

-A Grant Writer

If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

To support Grindstone Ministries and battle disaster recovery, drink a cup of coffee:

https://disastercoffee.com/

Comes in a variety of blends, ground and whole bean.

Also available: BUNKER beans! When stored in mylar with oxygen absorbers, these unroasted green coffee beans will store for 20 years.

Check out Sanctified Supply Co! They’re great folks who make cool swag and support Grindstone Ministries!

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User #7141608 - 30 Apr 20 12:22
Just wanted to say thank you for the encouragement to plant dry beans. I was getting ready to can both pinto and red kidney beans and pulled several to plant per your advice. Put them under the grow lights with other veggies that we are growing and this morning there were little bean sprouts! We usually only grow green beans, but I am switching that up and we will direct seed several other red kidney beans and pintos. Super easy and super cheap way to grow beans! Appreciate all of you and your team's advice. God's Blessings to each of you😊
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User #32861498 - 30 Apr 20 03:35
Love the bear diagram
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tjmorrisntxmag - 30 Apr 20 10:28
The beer that magically appeared at my house was great! Please thank the unicorn that pooped it out on my doorstep :)
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User #34019017 - 30 Apr 20 07:35
The Bear diagram is GREAT! “Toe beans” 😂....
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User #18122330 - 30 Apr 20 16:28
The in ground pool that I filled in was packed real good. When we did it a few years back was going to bet a carport to put on it so we used a skid steer and packed it real good. When I went to rototill it I found out how much it was packed. The garden do okay last year but we learned things we did wrong and looking forward to a better one this year.
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User #21079858 - 30 Apr 20 02:59
Placed an online order with Sam’s Club two days ago for pick up today. Mostly meats. $180 total order. Went to pick it up at my scheduled time slot and 1) order wasn’t ready, they were trying to fill it 45 minutes into my pick up time. 2) order picker came up to me with zero meat and only 4 of the 17 items I ordered. On a side note, when I placed the order, many items were out of stock and not available to order. The items I ordered were in stock at the time of my order. Needless to say, I walked out and went to Walmart who amazingly had all the items in stock albeit higher priced. So, they sold me the same items from the same source for $1-3 more a pound. Greedy bastards.
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User #4784014 - 30 Apr 20 04:55
As predicted by Ayn Rand in the middle of the 20th century.
Women's Group Wednesday cancelled today 2020-04-29T19:18:20+00:00

Renee's not available to host this evening, so today's Women's Group Wednesday is postponed until next week, ladies!

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User #4828565 - 30 Apr 20 01:08
Prayers & Yah's Blessings for Sister Renee Stump. Shalom to all the rest of us until next week.
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User #30777838 - 29 Apr 20 20:05
Oh nooo :( hope she is ok!!! ❤️❤️❤️ see y’all next week if I can.
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User #19885068 - 30 Apr 20 02:37
To you as well, Grandma Ginger! God bless you and keep you and yours well!
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User #33166333 - 30 Apr 20 12:51
I am new and would like to join you ladies if possible.
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User #29683195 - 29 Apr 20 21:55
Oh! I hope all is well. I missed you all last week. Hope to see you all
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User #19795226 - 29 Apr 20 19:30
Shalom ...hope all is well. See you sisters next week☺
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User #34019017 - 30 Apr 20 01:02
I’m new - Is it a giant face time thing? I’m not tech savvy at all- missed last week shopping at Lowe’s..
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User #19885068 - 30 Apr 20 02:39
Don't know what happened to my reply to you! Tell me what you use - laptop, iPhone, or computer - and I can tell you more. It's really simple. I dreaded trying but it's a cinch!
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User #10906993 - 29 Apr 20 21:57
I missed last week too. Prayers for all and hope we gather next week!
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This topic is quintessential to preparedness for all doomsday preppers, homesteaders, survivalists, militia, minuteman, city prepping, rural prepper, urban prepper, normal people, or looking to prepare for SHTF WROL TEOTWAWKI or natural disaster. Whether your own personal SHTF is the 2020 elections, economic collapse, civil unrest, martial law, food crisis, civil war, food shortage, EMP or CME, black swan event, or whatever, a prepper needs to be prepared for this topic. *** Regardless if you’re a Viking Preparedness prepper, Canadian Prepper, into city prepping, or just normal people, you need to be ready for SHTF WROL TEOTWAWKI, which is why we’re discussing this topic today. Common prepper concerns are bug out bag, bugging out in general, food storage, security, communications, emergency preparedness, homesteading, budget, gardening, bushcrafting, end times, Torah, get home bag, survival, EDC, and all the things we discuss at this channel. *** Subscribe for weekly Brit Hadasha (New Testament) and No Roots No Fruit Torah Study (Old Testament) Shabbat Bible readings, updates on SHTF TEOTWAWKI WROL Survival Tips, Homestead Updates, Tribal Leadership, Gear Reviews, Gardening Tips, Real World Experience and a complete lack of third-party advertising and hypothetical BS! *** We believe at this channel that Yeshua is Messiah, that Jesus is the Christ, the anointed of YHWH. We teach and preach the prophets and the Torah of YHWH as given to Moshe (Moses) and retaught by Yeshua Messiah, Jesus Christ. It is our doctrinal foundation as Torah Observant Christians that we should keep the Torah to the best of broken ability, and not abuse the Grace of the atoning sacrifice of our Messiah Yeshua, Jesus the Christ; and that we become one with YHWH The Father through the Son, Yeshua Messiah. We are not militant Hebrew Israelites who have corrupted the words of YHWH The Father to suit their racial and political ideologies; we are whole Bible believers who keep The Way as taught by Yeshua Messiah, the Torah of YHWH The Father. *** These same teachings are reinforced by other channels here on YouTube, including Pastor Joe Fox and Shofar Mountain/Viking Preparedness, Zach Bauer at New2Torah, Paul Nison at Torah Life Ministries, 119 Ministries, Rob Skiba, and Monte Judah at Lion and Lamb Ministries. The awakening of The Way and the Torah is happening this very moment at YHWH The Father calls His people back to Him.*** PATREON IS LIVE! PATREON.COM/TJMORRISNTXMAG Preparedness video consultations 3X per week; blog posts; loot box giveaways!; inspirational and motivational videos; charity support; telephone and in-person consultations with Bear; and email response priority! It all starts at just a buck per month! The BEST $1 you can spend on the internet, right alongside VikingPreparedness!*** TO SUPPORT THIS YOUTUBE CHANNEL, HEAD OVER TO WWW.BUYMEACOFFEE.COM/BEARINDEPENDENT AND BUY ME A COFFEE! *** Visit WWW.BEARINDEPENDENT.COM for news, missions, gear, a community forum, and more!*** To donate to Grindstone Ministries, the charitable arm of Bear Independent, give your tax-deductible donation on https://grindstone-ministries.snwbll.com/giving-portal *** My wife’s channel - HommyBiscuits! https://youtu.be/fKej912xdE4

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User #31983011 - 30 Apr 20 06:03
Who is Jocko?
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User #4118542 - 29 Apr 20 16:06
I am honestly so sick & tired of these filthy-dirty, sub-human Ching-chongs. If they want to dance so badly, okay let's dance. Enough is enough.
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User #19885068 - 1 May 20 05:39
Love that you pray over these!
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User #32201828 - 29 Apr 20 22:18
hope you dont have two left feet
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User #5496882 - 30 Apr 20 12:22
The hardest part of getting food from a farmer is most farmers don't grow food you can serve on your table...it does seem to be changing but not fast enough for this crisis
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User #19330948 - 29 Apr 20 12:09
Podbean is an issue w my device & I get to the open Bible page, unable to get audio past that. Suggestions for a electronically challenged paper & pen person?
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User #17538274 - 29 Apr 20 12:50
Coffee with God and Bear. Shalom brother
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User #17538274 - 29 Apr 20 12:18
JR, have u tried using ur device on iTunes or on Bear Independent.com. It should work on those if podbean wont work. Also try restarting ur device. Good luck. Regards, Doug
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User #5800402 - 29 Apr 20 06:36
Build yourself a solar dehydrator. Much cheaper than a truck. You can build as big or as small as needed... just my 2 cents worth.
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User #17725965 - 29 Apr 20 00:18
We are being played. https://www.facebook.com/sumerridge/videos/10222151721850149/
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User #17725965 - 29 Apr 20 00:35
Here you go, Mr. Knife-Hands. https://youtu.be/0NROvEMNqx8
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User #5709641 - 29 Apr 20 03:49
If you think all this is a hoax, I might suggest you go volunteer in a covid hospital...without a mask.
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User #33685854 - 29 Apr 20 14:29
What type of strap do you use on your rifle
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User #33685854 - 29 Apr 20 13:57
Wyoming wild man. Hello
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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/29/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 3,127,951 (1,960,086 active cases)

Global Deaths: 216,987

Global Recoveries: 950,878

USA Cases: 1,029,878 (831,100 active cases)

USA Deaths: 58,640

USA Recoveries: 140,138

• Another report of a Chinese vessel hindering, ramming, and thus sinking a Vietnamese fishing vessel in the contested waters of the South China Sea has “greatly concerned” the Pentagon. This is the second time within a year this has happened. Vietnam lodged an official protest, and the Philippines and the U.S. Department have both backed Vietnam by criticizing China for the alleged incident.

• Australia has asked for an international inquiry into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic, and China has pushed back with threats of economic coercion (boycotting Australian goods). Australia is holding firm.

• China is building a new warship despite lockdown.

• China's foreign ministry on Tuesday accused the United States of “lying through their teeth.” Spokesman Geng Shuang said, “We advise American politicians to reflect on their own problems and try their best to control the epidemic as soon as possible instead of continuing to play tricks to deflect blame.” Trump has said that the U.S. is considering several options to “hold them accountable.”

• President Trump is expected to sign a five-page executive order under the Defense Production Act to compel meat processing plants to remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, farmers are dumping their milk, produce is being plowed under or allowed to rot, and large numbers of egg-laying hens and hogs are being euthanized due to a large lack of processing ability. U.S pork production alone is now down about 25% due to closures.

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

• A farmer had to sell at least 30,000 eggs daily or euthanize 40,000 hens. He marketed to other farms that do off-the-farm sales and he also sold direct to the public. He is managing to stay afloat for now. (Hint: Support your local farmers.)

• Georgia chicken processing plants are continuing in the face of Covid-19.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so. Some places are extending their orders and/or modifying them. Bars and nightclubs are pushing to reopen with restaurants in early May.

• Maine’s governor is considering extending the restrictions, and Portland’s mayor already has.

• Many places are mandating face coverings. Towns in Massachusetts are some of the most recent to do so.

• Alabama is transitioning from a “stay-at-home” order to a “safer-at-home” order. Beaches will open and elective procedures will now be allowed.

• An appeals court has reinstated the California Ammo Ban.

• Austin, Texas: The city hall was vandalized with red spray paint and the messages “MAY 1 INTERNATIONAL WORKERS DAY” and “U.S. IMPERIALISM IS THE VIRUS. SOCIALIST REVOLUTION IS THE CURE!”

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Repeating: ERs and other medical care facilities are continuing to struggle financially. Furloughs are common.

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. (We receive reports from Bear Nation alone that add up to several thousands of beneficiaries daily in several specific areas scattered across the nation.)

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• San Antonio: 1,313 calls have been made for social distancing violations.

• In New Mexico, people are making double from unemployment benefits than they did working. In Texas, the authorities want people to know that if they’re job calls them back, they cannot stay on unemployment.

• Texas: About 50 people were locked out of their apartments when they couldn’t pay rent. (There is currently a state moratorium on doing this, but it happened anyway.) Law enforcement is looking into what actions can be taken against the company that did this.

• CBS is reporting that a federal plan is needed to solve the food distribution crisis as farmer’s crops and livestock have nowhere to go, and food banks are depleted. (Intel Staff Note: The federal plan is, of course, NOT to remove the current restrictions that prevent people from solving these problems themselves, but more government intervention to “fix” this newest issue.)

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• Traffic from south-central Nebraska to central Arkansas. Traffic was quite light on the interstates and highways, but larger cities had only slightly decreased traffic levels.

• In Utah, they are going to start testing flu samples from December to see if coronavirus was already going around then since there was an outbreak of an unknown respiratory illness at the time.

• An essential worker was told to contact his doctor when he had a fever and cough. The doctor mentioned in the call that he saw worse numbers during the 2009 flu season, and that things are being blown out of proportion, hurting the economy far worse than people’s health.

• A man in Iowa has hogs. He had nowhere to sell them, so he told friends and family "$50 a hog. You haul, kill, and butcher." It took FOUR hours to sell two hundred hogs. People want to stock up. There are reports of many other hog farms doing the same.”

INTERNATIONAL

• Illegal immigrants chopped down thousands of old growth olive trees in Greece in protest a few months ago. This, combined with the current crisis, may spell an olive oil shortage.

• The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has noted in a recent report that religious suppression under Chinese communism poses a global threat as Beijing seeks to export such suppression around the globe. (It is unclear how much of this is to be expected, and how much may be attributed to the “drumbeats” we are hearing.)

• The president of El Salvador has authorized the use of lethal force against gangs as gang violent crimes have spiked during coronavirus.

ACTIONABLE

• Contact your local chicken farmers. You can buy processed chickens by the case from the plants they supply. (A viewer in Alabama was just able to get 80 lbs. of chicken breast for $0.65/lb.)

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• “Bear has finally broken me down. I never had a garden but today I have decided to do a 100x24' in my backyard city lot.”

• “Idaho - 1 load of 180 market ready hogs, with no production facility available, is en route to Jerome, Idaho. Another load of 180 hogs is being pre-sold and destined for Salmon, Idaho. Hogs are approx. 300#, and we were able to purchase them direct.... for $135ea., delivered. Next venture... 2 loads of beef and all the chickens we can lay our hands on.”

• Publix is buying milk and produce that farmers would've been forced to dump and is donating it to food banks.

• “Thanks for the idea of planting from the pantry. We have 4 - 50 foot rows of red beans, two rows of tomatoes, from seeds - 3 rows of corn, watermelon, cantaloupe, and various other plants. Everything is starting to come up.”

• Chattanooga: “The local Red Cross received more chicken than they could store from Chick-fil-A and Perdue. Thankful for a call. God is good.”

• Gulf Power is performing a one-time decrease of residential bills by 40% and business bills by 40-55% to pass on the benefits of lower gas costs and to help their consumers weather this storm (so to speak).

• One member’s wife and her family are coming around to the idea of preparedness. He is helping teach firearm safety to a family that just purchased their first. His wife is now going through the Prepper Classroom videos. “Bear, thank you for sharing the knowledge in a way that is easy to digest for people like my wife and family that have no prior ideas about prepping. And thank you dance monkeys of Bear Independent for your work sorting through the deluge of emails you must be receiving. May the Lord bless you and your families.”

• A viewer has built a water filter from two five-gallon buckets, ceramic filters and other miscellaneous hardware. It cost about $60 and gives about 4 gal/hr.

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

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User #4786585 - 29 Apr 20 00:31
Killing those animals is so worthless and highly frustrating. Let's work together to slow this. I called a chicken house owner today and left a message. That is not good stewardship.
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User #29277014 - 29 Apr 20 00:55
The slaughter of these animals for total waste is an abomination to our creator. This is an unseen war that is being waged, brothers and sisters we have to band together in prayer, community and take action with boots on the ground, doing our part to right this ship. If this doesn’t make your blood boil and wake you up, then you may be too far gone.
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User #5800402 - 29 Apr 20 01:36
When I was a young boy we used to play neighborhood games one of them was called pig pile. I guess when you say the words enough they become reality. Kinda of like the song London Bridges falling down . Well the London Bridge didn't fall down but a part of it was bought by a man and re erected on lake Havasu, AZ. Point is our words are way more powerful than you know. Always be wise in your choice of words.
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User #13392226 - 29 Apr 20 12:15
Just got an idea downloaded to my head. We can minimize this waste if everyone can go to google maps, search for farms. Call all farms within a decent driving distance. Find out if they need help. They need our support as much as nurses and doctors do. I got some calls to make.
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User #6131864 - 28 Apr 20 23:55
I know you don’t dig on swine....but that’s a lot of wasted bacon and ham...
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User #13392226 - 29 Apr 20 12:10
I dont eat pig but when pig runs out the people that eat it will turn to eat more beef or other meats. So its still sad to see that wasted animals. I hope they burn that pile of pigs cause that smell i cant imagine. Stay safe out there brothers and sisters.
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User #8424465 - 29 Apr 20 02:49
Been a nurse 20+ years, the hospital I work at has been slow and a furlough did take place of about 1300 employees throughout the region..people are afraid to come into the ER because of the coronovirus...it's been hard on everyone in this area of Virginia that I'm in (southwest Virginia, where Virginia,Tennessee and Kentucky meet)..i think it's just now starting to hit our area because we are so rural..thanks for all y'all do!
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User #4927651 - 29 Apr 20 06:21
Those animals are likely owned by a corporation, not the farmer that went into massive debt to build a CAFO to the corp's specs. Going to be a lot of farmers declaring bankruptcy, soon.
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User #27949989 - 29 Apr 20 01:55
Such a waste of animals :(
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User #19885068 - 28 Apr 20 22:41
I hadn't been to bed yet, unfortunately, so did get to see today's edition live, fortunately but unusually for four or five a.m.
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User #21083364 - 28 Apr 20 16:57
Me and my family will certainly be on the lookout for meat and vegetables that are available as we live around lots of farm land and local businesses. On a side note... this may be a bit of a different idea, but I didn't see anything on your channel about it so I figured I'd ask here. Have you ever considered making a video on the value of being able to produce, cure and ferment alchohol and tobacco in an SHTF situation? I think it would be interesting to hear your take on that.
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User #29416571 - 28 Apr 20 18:00
I like that idea! Alcohol and tobacco is and always has been a great bartering tool! I think that's an OUTSTANDING idea!🤜🤛🇺🇸🇺🇸
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User #20943916 - 28 Apr 20 22:21
Just saying, I'm not a 6AM person. So I get to watch the rerun.
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User #15459029 - 28 Apr 20 12:08
Good morning. God speed
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User #15257722 - 28 Apr 20 15:07
Thank you, Bear.
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Shalom, Patrons!

I will be delivering this brief on YouTube tomorrow morning via livestream; y’all get the written version half a day early :)

The concept of “Sanctified Industries” continues to gnaw at me... how do we capture and utilize all of the resources that are being wasted or destroyed by “the system” as the empire burns? I mean this as a real question- WHY can’t we capture the inventory that is being destroyed by farmers and ranchers? Please think and pray on this.

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/28/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 3,057,831 (1,927,021 active cases)

Global Deaths: 211,146

Global Recoveries: 919,664

USA Cases: 1,006,807 (812,520 active cases)

USA Deaths: 56,594

USA Recoveries: 137,693

• The Labor Department and CDC jointly issued new guidelines for U.S. meatpacking and meat-processing plants, saying employees should be spaced at least 6 feet (1.8 m) apart and screened before they start working. More than 5,000 U.S. meat- and food-processing workers have been infected with or exposed to the new coronavirus, and 13 have died.

• The slaughterhouse shutdowns are disrupting the U.S. food supply chain, crimping the availability of meat at retail stores and leaving farmers without outlets for their livestock. John H. Tyson was quoted saying, “Farmers across the nation simply will not have anywhere to sell their livestock to be processed when they could have fed the nation. Millions of animals – chickens, pigs and cattle – will be depopulated because of the closure of our processing facilities. The food supply chain is breaking.”

• In the U.K., NHS doctors have been sent an urgent alert warning of a rise in children admitted to intensive care with a coronavirus-related condition called "inflammatory syndrome.” This syndrome can cause vomiting, diarrhea, severe inflammation that affects the skin, blood vessels, and heart. Additionally, it can cause harmful internal swelling, fever and breathing problems – all three of which are also main symptoms of coronavirus.

• When combining the unemployment numbers from before the coronavirus with the recent spike, the total would equal more than 33 million unemployed (a 20.6% real unemployment rate) which would be the highest level since 1934.

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, farmers are dumping their milk, produce is being plowed under or allowed to rot, and large numbers of egg-laying hens and hogs are being euthanized due to a large lack of processing ability. U.S pork production alone is down at least 15% due to closures. (Newest intel: Delaware and Michigan farmers just euthanized about 2 million chickens, and 200,000 hogs may now be put down in Minnesota due to plant closures.)

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so. Some places are extending their orders and/or modifying them. Bars and nightclubs are pushing to reopen with restaurants in early May.

• Maine’s governor has deemed Hobby Lobby an essential business. (Small businesses are still closed.)

• Boston’s mayor has made it clear that the city will not be reopening on May 4th, the current expiration date for the state’s restrictions.

• New Jersey’s stay-at-home order is continuing indefinitely. The governor is waiting to see a 14-day trend of reduction in the metrics before reopening.

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Repeating: ERs and other medical care facilities are continuing to struggle financially. Furloughs are common.

• A doctor in Detroit was giving intravenous vitamin C to first responders. His clinic was raided and is now under investigation for allegedly offering fraudulent treatments against Covid-19 and for not following protocol to protect workers and patients from the virus.

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. (We receive reports from Bear Nation alone that add up to several thousands of beneficiaries daily in several specific areas scattered across the nation.)

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• Two food banks in New Mexico have teamed up to cope with issues they were facing with both the virus prevention guidelines and the influx of need.

• Texas is to begin reopening this Friday, May 1st. Along with retail stores, restaurants and movie theaters, museums and libraries can all reopen at a 25 percent capacity. Sole proprietors of businesses, doctors and dentists can resume normal operations. Hospitals still need to keep 50 percent capacity reserved for Covid-19 patients.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• The owner of a local butcher shop about 45 minutes south of Raleigh, North Carolina was told by his suppliers that he could expect about a 4-week delay on orders.

• Severe weather—again—will be putting 50 million Americans at risk of hail, tornadoes, damaging wind, and flooding conditions. It’s that time of year.

INTERNATIONAL

• South Korea says Kim Jong Un is alive and well, but speculation continues.

• Paraguay is extending its school closures through December.

• The U.K. says 4 million jobs have been furloughed and a quarter of businesses have stopped trading.

• Italy has seen 150 deaths among doctors due to the virus, and infections of healthcare professionals make up 10% of the total infections.

• Almost all German citizens are required to wear masks.

ACTIONABLE

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to

grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• Oregon is getting millions of masks and an N95 disinfecting machine. Masks have been in extremely short supply for medical workers there.

• Buyan Ranch in Sheridan, Montana cannot sell their potato crop, so they are giving the potatoes away to anyone.

• A local farmer in Akwesasne Mohawk nation, traded 4 lbs. of walleye fish with an adjacent potato farm...and received 14,000 lbs. of potatoes. The spuds were originally destined for schools in the area but will now be feeding the community.

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

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User #29062004 - 28 Apr 20 01:48
There has to be someone in the Bear or Viking nation who is a heck of a lot better than I am at making a website. Make a website where each state is listed as a clickable link/forum. Everyone in the nation takes ten minutes a day and call their local food producers (ranchers, farmers, dairies - whoever makes food in your area) and tell them to post any surplus or hard to sell food they have listed on the site along with their best contact info. Post what they need. Do they need help harvesting? Do they need help packaging for a CSA they can join? Is any Viking/Bear in bigger areas willing to start a temporary CSA? If not a CSA can you get 10 people together to buy a larger quantity of produce/milk/meat/eggs/etc? Is there someone in your area who would buy a large amount and donate it to a food bank in need? Help them harvest if you can. You’ll learn a new skill and they’ll get desperately needed help. Buy food direct. If we keep our farms running they won’t lose their land. If they don’t lose their land we don’t lose another farm to overseas corporations/countries who hate us. Most farmers/ranchers are the salt of the earth. Step up nerds with pocket protectors. 😉 Do your thing.
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User #30738642 - 28 Apr 20 02:10
I have the webist. It's called Barter Book. I need a developer to help me get it up and running
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User #19885068 - 28 Apr 20 08:25
I like it by that great name already! Love barter. You do know, right?, that the gubmint will be on you in a hot second about paying tax on exchanges. Ridiculous, but their hand is always out and will be for this, unfortunately. Just complicates matters and makes barter a little less joyous.
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User #17538274 - 28 Apr 20 12:15
Say hey, a note to the Dance Monkeys...the link to the bear forum takes you to the Santa Barbra Independent News...uh oh. Regards, Doug Buker
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User #29165545 - 28 Apr 20 01:43
Thanks Bear.
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User #19820480 - 28 Apr 20 10:38
I am going to try and keep the verbiage down, but it's not one of my strong points, sorry. I had a hope of Sanctified becoming a country wide operating network of people with haulers and distribution places to help people who were part of Bear Nation. Regional drop points where people could go and pick up what they ordered or possibly even buy what they needed. It was even talked about on the Forum a few times. I have mentioned it a few times to a member who is a long haul trucker and asked how it could be done. I have a feeling this is going to be very, very important in the days coming. There are people out there with barns, warehouses and even empty houses. I have no idea how many of them are members, but maybe that question should be put out there and soon. These Co-ops that are having their members dump milk and wipe out their animals are rotten and sinful. I guess though when you are of the world and not just passing through.....money is your god and nothing else matters. This could work and work very, very well. Maybe a poll of Bear Nation to find out who's who and what they can do. We are rapidly coming to the put up or shut up point of all of this. Anyone who thinks that life is going back to what it was is delusional. It won't, that was never the intention. Next is going to be forced vaccinations and tracking. Can we say the Mark? Who's up for that? Not I!
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User #19820480 - 28 Apr 20 11:00
Sorry, hit the wrong button....Look, something on a scale to matter is going to take a few people finding the time to really think about this and do. Right now it's very hard, but it can still be put into motion. It would only take a couple of runs before others would want in on it. T already arranged wheat runs earlier! It can be done! It's simple really...it comes down to "Who do you know? What do you know? Where do you go?" Three simple W's. Could a sign-up sheet be added to Bear Independent? One where someone could put in they have their own truck and travel...wherever? Or I have a barn I'm not using right now, or a two story house with a basement. How much does it cost to rent a refrigerated truck? That could be figured into the cost of purchase. T mentioned getting a bunch of the chickens and doing a slaughtering day. It is more than doable...more than! Traffic cones, pluckers, etc.. How many of us have the things? I do! So do a lot of others, I'm sure. 4 people did over 250 birds in just over 4 hrs. Start to finish. Killed, scalded, plucked, butchered out and heat bagged.
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User #17538274 - 28 Apr 20 12:17
Right there with u, Haunted. Stay Safe, Bee Well. Regards, Doug, N.Tx.
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User #4833953 - 28 Apr 20 03:04
If a local farmer is tossing food see how much the local food bank will take. Around Wausau Wisconsin local farmers are selling livestock on Craigslist and Facebook market place. A mom & pop butcher has worked a deal with farmers to sell on "consignment". The hospital I work at has laid off 80% of staff. Upper management will be giving the governor an ultimatum that the hospitals be allowed to do surgeries and conduct regular business (with precautions) or they will shut down do to lack of funds.
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User #6512239 - 28 Apr 20 02:32
For what it's worth, any producer that is either tilling under their fields or culling their flocks, are likely doing so because they are being paid to do it, more than likely by insurance. It's a business transaction, not a command/control decision. With that in mind, you'd be much better off trying to get yourself "into the business of helping them solve their disposal problem". Many companies would be far more willing to enter into a professional transaction by paying for "crop disposal" or "herd mitigation" which would allow them to pass on that extra bill to their insurance, vs taking the hit by donating it. I imagine that as long as that product does not end up "in the market" you have a huge amount of leeway in how you dispose of it.
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User #29062004 - 28 Apr 20 03:19
I hope this is true. My local dairy farmer we get raw milk from got a call and was told to start dumping his milk. He hung up on them.
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User #5709641 - 28 Apr 20 08:21
I realize there is a financial color to this, however....there are critical resources not being utilized that should be. Worse yet, there are critical resources being thrown away/destroyed that should not be. I refuse to believe that a nation as flexible and ingenious as ours cannot find a way to gather and redistribute however-many pounds of food! Surely, there are local/district/county/state/regional food pantrys that are set up for taking in donations of fresh food. The Mormon church runs a food storehouse that distributes fresh and shelf-stable food to gazillions of churches twice a month. I suspect they would know what to do with all the food being destroyed, to keep it from being wasted. If my disability allowed me to speak clearly and be understood, I would jump in with both feet to try to track an outlet down. Alas, that is beyond my physical abilities. "The spirit is willing but the flesh is dumber than a box of rocks", or however that goes.
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User #10888985 - 28 Apr 20 01:40
Thanks 🐻, I appreciate your channel... GOD bless you!!!!!!!!!!!!
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User #4784618 - 28 Apr 20 01:47
Thanks Bear. Just thinking about making a video about the At the Front facemask.
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User #19185730 - 28 Apr 20 01:57
Judt Judt putting this out there, a local egg producer in NE Nebraska is giving away eggs by the semi truck load to local communities the end of this week since they are unable to sell them. The news didn't say what company but my guess would be Walbaum's out of Wakefield. Anyone in need of eggs in the area should keep an eye out for distributing locations near you.
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User #4786842 - 28 Apr 20 02:17
Kelt, I'm located 40 minutes west of Norfolk. Where are you at in the state? I know there's a couple other Bears in the state as well. If they're getting rid of eggs, maybe we could organize a pickup and distribution mission.
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User #19185730 - 28 Apr 20 03:15
76 miles NE of Norfolk via 35 W. Egg give away Is at Norm Wait YMCA in South Sioux tomorrow 4/28 from 10am to 3pm or when eggs are gone. Just caught thr the re run on the 10pm news. Also saw that Hy Vee gave a truckload of carrots away in Norfolk today. Unfortunately I wont be able to get to the Y tomorrow but if you know of someone who can, let them know!
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User #31831111 - 28 Apr 20 15:30
440 days back from a relapse, rebuilding my relationship with my higher power who I call GOD. I am grateful for his mercy as my sins are in great numbers. I currently am reading through my bible and just reached Joshua. i look forward to this journey.
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User #19185730 - 28 Apr 20 03:02
Sorry, I missed this tonight T. Had to get the plants in the ground. Calling for rain tomorrow evening. Just gotta ask, was it you or The Father who was speaking? 🤔 No need for apology when truth is spoken but I feel you.
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User #18805985 - 28 Apr 20 05:40
Red meat. Thanks,
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A Baptist searching the scriptures for direction. Thank you.
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User #17538274 - 27 Apr 20 19:08
Mornings are great, Bear. Something is amiss with patreon. No longer getting notifications on email. I'll say on it. Shalom Brother.
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User #34398237 - 27 Apr 20 15:20
I like your show anytime! Really get more Real info than elsewhere. Keep up Gods work!
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User #19885068 - 28 Apr 20 06:03
Check Celeste Bishop Solum on Patreon or yt. She did an interview with someone and explained - she has history in undercover things and Fema management - that the food people will be given will be the tiniest amounts of lab-grown "meat" and a very small something made of bugs. I believe when people are hungry and will accept food from the "state" they will have to do certain things first. Give up weapons, and/or goodness knows - maybe their neighbors - maybe their first-born child - hard to say. After "cooperating" they will be given food, finally. Food as described, according to Celeste, and it would not be surprising, would it? We are indeed to be controlled by food. Proteins have been the first to go, because they are crucial in the building blocks of the human body, for energy, for muscle, for repair of damage, for growing children, everything. So, no protein. The blocks will continue to plummet. We either feed ourselves or accept what is offered in exchange for everything we hold dear. Sounds perfectly hysterical, doesn't it? As though a person is off their meds, perhaps. I wish that were the case. Watch a year. I don't believe it could take six years. Maybe even by winter. Then see if these people were off their meds. This is very scary time in our country and around the world. [Should read "I don't believe it could take TWO years", but program won't let me edit. Hope it allows this]
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User #33828688 - 27 Apr 20 13:28
Us early birds love the early report...
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:15
12 minutes in. Will listen ... but no way a GULF of TONKIN could transpire with satellites and cellphones. GoT was utter NONSENSE. Don't conflate poking some Persian bear with a complete fabrication. ... I served. USNR ... USMM. You didn't. USS COLE or BEIRUT 2.0 is WAY more likely than a USN skipper screwing around. Trump got rid of Bolton. That draMATically reduces chances ... unless he listens to Sen Graham. Usually you make sense ... this bit of analysis doesn't. Do we "NEED" to be there? NOPE. But ... Are you suggesting we give up free passage of the seas? NOPE. Oh, well ... gonna split wood with a maul and then bucket up 400 lbs of wheat.
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:37
Good points on NY ... grew up on Long Island. Great place to be .... FROM! I sailed USNS ... civilian manned US naval ships.
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:40
Good point about chickens ... processing plants. Wife's family has 60K chickens. Suggest letting others process is good. As long as they feel no one will sue. Like you say, that shit should go out of the window.
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:45
Only challenge with chickens is to get city folk past the "ooh, disgusting" factor. That's for "Mexicans" ... ... well, as a fan of old movies, I can't tell you the number of times I see where an "exec" falls back to getting his hands dirty ... and realizes that that kind of "tired" is a GOOD kind of tired. See "Wall-E" movie with people on hover couches. You'll see our trajectory.
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:47
Gonna check on the quail I'm incubating.
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User #17725965 - 27 Apr 20 23:49
There's a reason why "solitary confinement" is one of the most effective punishment and control techniques.
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User #17725965 - 28 Apr 20 00:01
Good story on the FEMA loads story.
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User #17725965 - 28 Apr 20 00:02
Flash mobs at grocery stores.
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User #4118542 - 28 Apr 20 00:20
There is NO question "they" are going to STARVE us out my friends, I mean no question @ all.
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User #17693832 - 27 Apr 20 12:13
Shalom, up early making Shakshuka here in North Carolina
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User #21608282 - 27 Apr 20 16:47
If I can't catch morning will watch when I can. What's ever bear best for you. Thank you for what you do.
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User #2784676 - 27 Apr 20 15:34
Good Morning, Shalom, luv the morning show :D
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User #5844456 - 27 Apr 20 13:31
Bear, I like the morning show. I have more time to listen while at work than when I am home. And praise Yahweh that I have an escentual job.
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User #32941210 - 27 Apr 20 15:18
Bear I work nights but enjoy being able to watch when I first get my coffee going. I skimmed the brief last night. Keep up the good work.
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User #5709641 - 27 Apr 20 19:52
The only issue with betting on herd immunity to fix the transmission/ spreading problem, is that the herd is not going to become immune if/when antibodies don't protect recovered people.
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User #19885068 - 27 Apr 20 20:03
Looking like there are more morning people than us evening people. It's Biblical - people are supposed to get up before sun and to bed when the birds do. However, that was prior to electric lights. Still is up to you, Bear, though it looked like the kids were none too pleased at you being preoccupied at that time of the morning.
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User #29165545 - 27 Apr 20 13:28
I like the morning briefs. Tabitha, gulf of Tonkin. Vietnam war.
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User #10906993 - 27 Apr 20 12:28
gulf what incident?
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User #4813569 - 27 Apr 20 14:05
excuse to start Vietnam war.
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Shalom Patrons!

I will be live-streaming this brief *tomorrow morning* but y’all get the report the night before :)

Some of the key take-aways in this report for me are that the people of these United States are getting fed up, there is war coming with China, and people are starting to take seriously food independence.

Your continued support here on Patreon means the world to us. THANK YOU. As always, your promo code at the Bear store is “Patreon10” for 10% off your order. We appreciate y’all deeply!

Please remember that we are neither a news agency nor an intelligence agency; we are facilitating the sharing of information amongst the Bear Nation. If you have intel you would like to share with the class, please email the Dance Monkeys at intel@bearindependent.com with your tasty intel nuggets.

NOTE: we are beginning to fundraise for upcoming Grindstone deployments, to include a chapel at Bethany House, and a church building at Shofar Mountain. We have established separate funds for each project, and your charitable donations can be earmarked as “Bethany House”, “Shofar Mountain”, or “General Fund” which assists in offsetting daily operations of Grindstone Ministries. We will announce the dates of these deployments in coming weeks, so please stay tuned. Dates will be announced via email blast so if you would like to attend, please sign up for the newsletter at www.grindstoneministries.com

We also have a YUGE raffle coming to benefit Grindstone. Literally tremendous... I’ll clue y’all in soon!

NOTE from Intel Staff: Some seem to believe the “reduced demand” cause of closures, food dumping, and animal slaughtering is made-up.

Example: “Midwest plants are euthanizing chickens because of low demand for egg sales but every grocery store I go to has a 2-carton limit on egg purchases.”

We’ve mentioned previously that the lack of demand is coming from fluid egg plants which supply restaurants and similar venues with unshelled liquid egg in large quantities.

Also, it is often a lack of ability to legally process that leads to the euthanization of animals.

For example, as a hog producer, you cannot slaughter your own animals to sell to the public or let the stock “go free” (as some have suggested) without severe, business-ending penalty from the government.

When processing plants close or have no availability left to take your stock, you cannot continue to afford to feed them. Therefore, euthanasia is the last option available to you.

Hope this helps!

The Dance Monkeys

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/27/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,987,098 (1,903,938 active cases)

Global Deaths: 206,681

Global Recoveries: 876,479

USA Cases: 983,545 (809,469 active cases)

USA Deaths: 55,341

USA Recoveries: 118,735

• North Carolina has corrected its numbers after it was found that every test received from Vidant Health was counted as positive for Saturday’s update. The mistake had inflated the total number of cases by 81.

• U.S. officials and the Philippines are both criticizing China for being an “authoritative regime” looking to benefit from the Covid-19 by becoming more aggressive in the South China Sea during the crisis.

• Georgia is loosening restrictions, and Texas is looking to open restaurants May 1st, But the governor of Virginia has said that phase one of reopening could take at least two years.

• There is a lot of talk among experts about a “second wave” of the virus occurring due to the release of people from widescale quarantine-like conditions.

• Gov. Cuomo of New York says that testing will soon be available at pharmacies, first for first responders, then for the public at large.

• A new study from Harvard University and Environmental Defense Fund shows the largest plume of methane pollution ever recorded over a U.S. oil field, enough to supply 7 million homes, is leaking into the atmosphere above oil fields in Texas and New Mexico.

• Pennsylvania is coming under fire for its “snitch portal” for residents to report businesses that are not complying with Covid-19 prevention guidelines. The website they created has been criticized by both lawmakers and citizens.

• The USNS Comfort will be leaving Manhattan after only seeing about 200 patients. It was originally supposed to see non-coronavirus patients, but when one was accidentally admitted, the original plan had to be changed, and now that the worst is behind New York City, the ship is preparing to return to Virginia to get ready to deploy to another area in need.

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, farmers are dumping their milk, produce is being plowed under or allowed to rot, and large numbers of egg-laying hens and hogs are being euthanized due to a large lack of processing ability. U.S pork production alone is down 15% due to closures. Most recently, it has been reported that millions of chickens are being culled due to the unavailability of processing plants to send them to.

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so. Some places are extending their orders and/or modifying them. Bars and nightclubs are pushing to reopen with restaurants in early May.

• Michigan’s legislature has reconvened to review Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s actions during this crisis. They have passed a bill to repeal the 1945 Emergency Powers of the Governor Act which Whitmer is using to issue her heavy-handed mandates. Before this, Gov. Whitmer had said in a briefing, “Of course, I will veto bills that they send over to limit the executive power. I’ve been very clear about that from day one. Those blatant power grabs are bad in good times and dangerous in times of crisis.”

• Pennsylvania has issued a citation to Middle Creek Roofing in Lebanon County for violating Gov. Wolf’s mandate that non-life-sustaining businesses remain closed. The business was previously warned twice by state police prior to being given a citation.

• This crisis might just be an ideal petri dish for corruption. Harris County, Texas is looking to dismantle a 17-million-dollar temporary hospital...that was never used. According to the Western Journal, the county had a “dubious arrangement” with Garner Environmental Services which designed and has helped to run the hospital. Various security officers and a finance section chief received remuneration of $2,012-$2,875 daily.

Military

• Vermont’s National Guard are lending a helping hand, distributing MREs at the county airport at a makeshift foodbank. (One viewer reported it was one case per person, per household.) Vermont Foodbank CEO John Sayles said, "We've seen between a 30 to 100 percent increase in the number of people showing up at food distributions.”

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Repeating: ERs and other medical care facilities are continuing to struggle financially. Furloughs are common.

• The World Health Organization warned that people who have recovered from the virus, whether asymptomatic or not, may not be immunized against the virus. (At least, there is a lack of evidence.)

• A French study has suggested that nicotine helps prevent transmission of Covid-19, though it is not conclusive. This has led to legal restrictions around the substance in anticipation of panic hoarding of nicotine products. The FDA has noted that smokers in particular may be at increased risk and suffer more severe symptoms.

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. (We receive reports from Bear Nation alone that add up to several thousands of beneficiaries daily in several specific areas scattered across the nation.)

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• Marietta, Georgia: A local restaurant supply depot had signs posted in the meat department stating limits of 1 item per sku# for pork, beef, and chicken. 90/10 ground beef was up to $4.81/lb. for 10 lbs. 80/20 was $3.25/lb. They still had 40 lb. cases of bulk pack boneless chicken for $0.98/lb. A small amount of canned chicken was back in stock this week.

• The people of rural South Carolina are “over this”. The new term they’re using? “Sham- demic.” Social distancing and mask-wearing practices have passed their peak. Business owners are trying to work with restrictions as best they can. All are far more worried about jobs and the economy.

• Canada: Meat processing plants are closing, drug shortages are beginning, and a local supermarket chain is seeing half-empty delivery trucks. Freezers are nearly impossible to find.

• Australia: Hospitals are now conducting non-emergency surgeries and dentists are now open for non-emergencies. Schools are to start reopening. Firearm & ammo sales have been banned by Labor (left wing) state governments. Rural homesteaders are losing livestock due to lack of ammo, exemptions only apply to people who make most of their income from livestock. Subsidized wages of $1500 (US $900) per fortnight per employee for every business continuing to employ that has lost 30% of revenue.

• Praxair (nation’s largest CO2 manufacturer) is laying off drivers because business is so slow. The plants have plenty of beverage-grade liquid CO2 but the customer demand has slowed.

• One viewer witnessed an elderly couple taking a rest on a bench 3 miles uphill on a park trail in a very hilly area be told by a park ranger they had to get off the bench. “They could sit on the rail. They complied and went back down the hill. Total disrespect. Just following orders, I guess.”

INTERNATIONAL

• Sweden, which has not issued restrictions, believes its herd immunity should damp down the rate of infection by sometime in May.

• Rumors about Kim Jong Un’s ill health abound, and his absence at the recent parade has only fueled the flames. If he is dead, the most likely candidate to take over would be his sister, Kim Yo-jong.

ACTIONABLE

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to

grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• Due to Bear's advice and tutorials, a viewer started building up food supplies in December, and knew exactly what to buy and how to store it when they found out about the virus in January. They currently have a decent food supply, bought seeds for the first time, and will be planting some veggies in the coming days. “Reached out to acquaintances and friends around the city, and have started sharing intel, information, and advice with interested individuals. Advised people to build up food stores, and several have taken this advice, including friend from overseas, who are now all very glad to have done so. I share your intel video with them every night.”

• Small Town, Idaho: A small bar that decided to open in defiance of the governor’s orders sparked meaningful conversation. The mayor has decided to look the other way while entire town opens May 1 . The protest "cocktail party" that was planned is now cancelled, as they prepare to completely reopen next week.

• A sign making company in Beeville, Texas made and donated a brand-new, readable sign to help support a local man sell his pecans, honeycomb, eggs, and more.

• An Australian billionaire has bought 34,000,000 doses of hydroxychloroquine and donated it to the national stockpile. (That’s enough for one dose per person.)

• “Thank you so much for doing all of this and keeping Bear Nation in the know. As a direct result of Bear’s conviction, we have teamed up with our neighbors and have not only tripled our garden production and built a chicken coop for a flock of broilers, but we have also secured our beef for the year and going forward.” (pic available on Patreon) “‘Mom’ is not shown in this picture, but mom is also pregnant. Good times ahead, regardless of what happens in the world!”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

Check out the forums at Bear Independent.com!

Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

-A Grant Writer

If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

To support Grindstone Ministries and battle disaster recovery, drink a cup of coffee:

https://disastercoffee.com/

Comes in a variety of blends, ground and whole bean.

Also available: BUNKER beans! When stored in mylar with oxygen absorbers, these unroasted green coffee beans will store for 20 years.

The Sanctified Supply Co is also supporting Grindstone with a portion of their proceeds; please consider checking out their wares!

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User #21475681 - 27 Apr 20 02:24
There's a station in Austin that gas is at .99.
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User #28090434 - 28 Apr 20 14:48
I live in New Jersey. Gas prices by me are around $1.85 per gallon for regular in the Cherry Hill area.
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User #19820480 - 27 Apr 20 10:25
If nothing else, I hope people are taking note of the laws governing the food supply and what needs to be changed and quickly. Most of the food laws were put on the books during the 20s and 30s, if my memory is right, and need revamping.
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User #33873801 - 27 Apr 20 04:32
Word is Gates & Elite's are getting ready for EUGENICS in the coming "Vaccine" & planning Global Governance see their OWN WEBSITE ; https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/
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User #19885068 - 28 Apr 20 08:41
Turns out Fauci hold office in Gates' vaccine empire. Talk about conflict of interest!
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User #31779975 - 27 Apr 20 04:31
I don’t know where that picture of the gas station is, but I’m sure it isn’t likely anywhere in NJ. Gas prices are averaging $1.75 for regular.
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User #4784618 - 27 Apr 20 02:45
In Topeka, Kansas unleaded is an average of $1.60/ gallon and diesel is an average of $2.50/ gallon.
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User #33873801 - 27 Apr 20 04:26
Here in WI its been 98cents a gal for a bit
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Do you remember the last time you were covered up to your elbows in something (or someone) else’s blood?

I do.

It’s actually a fairy common occurrence for me; not something that I seek out, but that happens regularly in my life nonetheless.

The point is, this homestead life is *not* the cutesy hipster flowers-and-goats-and-guineas oh my Better Homes & Gardens cover story that many people think. It is WORK. There is definitely blood, sweat, and tears.

We work from sunup to sundown six days a week and there’s always more to do.

Oh, this life is *totally* worth it; we have a a quality of life that surpasses anything I have ever known, including when I was making high six figures annually and whoring in Babylon.

But this quality of life is EARNED. Blood, sweat, and tears. And the provision and blessing of The Most High, for sure.

***this ain’t my blood; no Bear Clan members were harmed during the making of this post. I’ll tell you about this particular blood some other time***


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User #15457107 - 26 Apr 20 21:19
I'm 75, my lower back is eaten up with arthritis, pains me to walk most of the time. Just finished stacking 7 1/2 cords of fire wood.Next I need to finish an 8 ft fence around garden/chicken run., then new chicken house. Survival ain't for wimps.
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User #19820480 - 26 Apr 20 21:21
No it's not. You have ten years on me, but the pain...yeah the pain lets you know you're still among the living. Yah bless you!
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User #4741797 - 27 Apr 20 21:05
Ah yes, pain....My old friend. It does indeed remind you you're still alive.
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User #4833953 - 27 Apr 20 01:22
Last time for me was 3 years ago when a guy had got his leg caught in farm equipment and almost amputated it. I had shoulders to finger tips and chest covered in blood. He lived but lost his leg 2 inches below the hip.
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User #17140638 - 26 Apr 20 22:48
was Barnes 185 grain used in this story??
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User #33712910 - 26 Apr 20 23:45
for me its deer hunting as the saying goes "happiness is a steaming gut pile"
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User #15001365 - 26 Apr 20 21:15
You are such a tease... lol
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User #8080295 - 26 Apr 20 21:15
Did the goat cross a line?😉
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User #29277014 - 26 Apr 20 22:22
Not sure what animal it’s from, but I’m guessing if any blood gets on that new deck there may be some human blood spilled.
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User #5369737 - 26 Apr 20 21:55
That just looked like a typical marriage photo :)
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User #6970380 - 26 Apr 20 21:18
Amen
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User #33058613 - 26 Apr 20 21:39
Nothing good in life comes easy. Bless you for taking the hard road to Ya.
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User #32910460 - 26 Apr 20 22:52
I believe that is why there is a Highway to Hell and a Stairway to Heaven lol
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User #33058613 - 26 Apr 20 23:56
Amen brother!
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User #33828688 - 27 Apr 20 00:39
Have you been gutting another goat?
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User #20148558 - 26 Apr 20 21:29
So you finally caught the SOB that hit Sam. Justice served.
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User #33685854 - 27 Apr 20 01:11
Lady Bear shoot the other goat.
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User #8930941 - 26 Apr 20 22:45
...I noticed no mention in your *** note of ram clan members...please be nicer to Rod during combatives training. He looks up to you so much ;)
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tjmorrisntxmag - 26 Apr 20 23:31
He’ll recover :)
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User #706417 - 26 Apr 20 21:25
That rooster has been asking for it!
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User #13001648 - 26 Apr 20 21:55
Many of my pro mma fights ended in blood my own & my opponent’s blood. One fight vs a giant named hood. He was 6’7” I am 5’11”. I beat the crap out of him however on top of him punching him in the face he elbowed me twice on the top of my head twice and it split me open. It made the cage a slip and slide. It was fun. Eventually the doctor stopped it and gave him the win. It gave me a life lesson of war. Your enemy can still win even when he lost.
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User #20943916 - 26 Apr 20 21:27
Looks like you "bugger hook" is bent. Better test it on the "bang switch" soon.
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User #9890026 - 26 Apr 20 23:00
About 30 mins ago. Just butchered a duck
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User #7939918 - 26 Apr 20 21:25
Good post. Reality....Yes. It was last week. We slaughtered a lamb for food. It's a regular occurrence here as well.
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User #15115875 - 27 Apr 20 05:06
29 January 1987...19 y/o kid...took a blast to the face...pulled his teeth maxilla and his chin out of his airway...he started breathing again...we were chest deed in a water filled ditch, night temperature was in the 40s...waited 2 hours for extract ion...he coded...got him back... intubated through his nose...coded again after he left me... thought he died nearly a year later found out he lived. See it like yesterday
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User #34019017 - 25 Apr 20 20:03
I do have a extra black angus/Holstein heifer ready to be bred at 2.5 years old. I was planning on selling her but that could also be a form of payment.. being a beef dairy cross she should be pretty resilient and Depending on what she’s bred with somebody could lean towards a dairy calf or a beef calf so she would be the perfect addition for any Homestead... Her name is Fox-trot if anybody is interested I could put a video on my YouTube channel..
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User #8376422 - 25 Apr 20 18:01
FYI everyone Hillsdale college is doing an online constitutional class free. It’s self paced and you get instant results on the exams. More like 10 question quiz.
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User #10153136 - 26 Apr 20 21:12
I took this class the first year they offered it. ALSO, check out Josh Blackman's con-law videos on YouTube. He’s a professor of constitutional law at South Texas College of Law in Houston, and he puts all of his lectures on YouTube, free to anyone.
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User #8376422 - 27 Apr 20 00:03
Thanks.
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User #10216897 - 25 Apr 20 03:02
Does anyone else wish their rafters were higher?
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User #29761093 - 25 Apr 20 17:26
Either raise the rafters or lower the floor. We’re actually increasing the rate at which we lay in supplies.
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User #10153136 - 26 Apr 20 21:33
Facebook unpublished the Mr. Guns n Gear Facebook page, NOT because he was promoting an upcoming protest, but because he posted a video of a previous protest, at which he had interviewed several small business owners who were being driven out of business by the shutdown. And because Facebook is operating with reduced staff during the shut down, he can’t even protest the decision and get a hearing with Facebook. His Facebook page is his primary social media presence.
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User #34019017 - 25 Apr 20 19:54
Where is the best place for me to post looking for a work party to help with a couple dump runs, Picking some things up and putting them down? I am right handed and I have some thing messing with the tendons in my right wrist and I basically can’t use that hand without excruciating pain and making it worse.. I prefer to be busy so this is making things very difficult but I am getting nervous that I will not be able to provide for my children because we do not have anybody else to help with those things.. my mom is the only other family I have and she is currently in the hospital after another G.I. bleed and cardiac complications waiting for a valve replacement surgery. Unfortunately with everything going on I don’t know when I can make a date to get my wrist repaired but it definitely requires some type of surgical intervention at this point. I had spine surgery about four years ago after a car accident and I also tore my labrum and half on my left shoulder and that surgery was about two years ago so needless to say I have had to let a lot of things go on the farm and I don’t know how else to find help.. I also lost a chunk of shingles off my house about six months ago and I have a really bad leak going into my attic and coming through my bathroom ceiling so I need to find somebody I can hire that does roofing they can also repair a couple vent fans in both bathrooms because the modular home company filled both of the exhaust tubes with blow in insulation and everything needs to be ripped apart.. I can find a way to pay people but I can’t afford to take a chance hiring strangers and getting ripped off again or jeopardizing the safety of my children because somebody thinks we have extra food.. I also have a steer that needs to be processed but I am looking for another chest freezer and I also need to hire somebody to install a wood stove in my basement.. I live on 40 acres of farmland and it is my goal to get this farm up and running a lot more than what it is right now I just keep hitting speed bumps with the surgeries..Anyone near Upstate NY - I can barter for services Or discuss other types of compensation..
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User #22045462 - 26 Apr 20 07:26
Keep up the amazing work as always
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User #21608282 - 25 Apr 20 15:28
Can someone explain 2 things I have been to pateron bear site but can't figure out how to find the store, forum, ?? Not great on navigation on computer. And how when on any of the live stream how do you make comments that he's always reading??
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User #4741797 - 25 Apr 20 17:53
You have to go to bearindependent.com to find these forums, etc.
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User #34019017 - 25 Apr 20 19:44
@Carol TN I feel ur pain! I have a horrible time navigating the site! If you are looking for comments on the live stream go on YouTube to watch it and then while he’s talking you can scroll down and you will find the comments.. To find the store on the patreon page there is something in the upper right hand corner I believe that you can click on and get a list of all the different areas on the website including the store..
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User #8005998 - 25 Apr 20 01:50
popcorn!
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Shalom, Patrons!

Thank you for your continued support of this crazy life we call Bear Independent. YOU are the economic engine of the Bear Nation and we *could not* do this without you. So, THANK YOU!

NOTE: starting next week, we will try out delivering the brief during the *morning*, probably around 8 am central ish. I am much more of a morning person and I tend to be tired and grumpy by evening- not necessarily conducive to the production of quality content. So, we are going to try out doing the brief in the morning hours next week and see how it goes. I will continue to post the write up of the daily brief here on Patreon, and continue to provide the supporting docs and pics.

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/24/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,810,214 (1,835,947 active cases)

Global Deaths: 195,919

Global Recoveries: 778,348

USA Cases: 911,840 (768,125 active cases)

USA Deaths: 51,449

USA Recoveries: 92,266

• Rhode Island and California are experiencing a rise in cases, but New York is doing much better.

• The House passed the stimulus bill that included $380 billion for small businesses, $75 billion for hospitals and $25 billion for disease testing.

• Six new Coronavirus symptoms have been added to the CDC’s list.

• The FDA has cautioned against using hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, as they have not been shown to be safe and effective for treating or preventing COVID-19, but there have been instances of “serious heart-related adverse events and death” in patients who took them in combination with an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections, azithromycin.

• Trump remarked during a brief: "And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute. One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning?" This has sparked widespread criticism in the media that Trump’s comments would lead to very dangerous at-home misuse of disinfectants or that he is suggesting injecting people with disinfectant to cure the virus. Trump is now saying his comments were sarcastic.

• Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer faces at least two federal lawsuits challenging her executive order. While some restrictions have been eased, she has also extended the order through May 15th and has now required face masks.

• Every day, we receive more and more reports of protests occurring around the nation.

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, farmers are dumping their milk, produce is being plowed under or allowed to rot, and large numbers of egg-laying hens and hogs are being euthanized due to a large lack of processing ability. U.S pork production alone is down 15% due to closures.

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

Legal/Political

• Repeating: Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so.

• Repeating: Covid-19-related wrongful death lawsuits are beginning. A family has sued Walmart for the death of a family member there, and an attorney has filed against KCK rehab facility where 27 residents died.

• Former Georgia Rep. Bob Barr, now president of the Law Enforcement Education Foundation wrote, “Since the announcements over the past several weeks of federal and state-level COVID-19 ‘state of emergency’ decrees, during which many businesses and public events are closed, FFLs have been receiving notices from the FBI that certain transactions are delayed not for three business days, which is the maximum the law allows, but for 30 days or even longer.” This means background checks for firearms may not be performed in the usual immediate-to-three-business-day time frame because there may technically be no “business” days at all, due to coronavirus closures.

• New Jersey’s governor is considering a $600-a-week payment fund for undocumented immigrants since they cannot collect unemployment.

Military

• Repeating: It appears that forces from Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Australia, and the USA are all present in the South China Sea. This is reported to stem from Malaysia’s push to explore energy blocks off its coast.

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Repeating: Scientists have reported that one of the COVID-19 vaccines in development has successfully protected monkeys from infection by the new coronavirus. The vaccine was a chemically inactivated version of the virus and produced no obvious side effects in the monkeys. Human trials began on April 16 .

• Repeating: ER facilities are continuing to struggle financially.

• At least 5,000 people in Indiana representative of the population will be asked to participate in Covid-19 testing. According to one report, Indiana health commissioner Dr. Kristina Box “asked those chosen to please participate.”

• Testing and studies from New York City to LA are indicating that the virus is much more widespread than previously suspected, and therefore less deadly. (NOTE: There is a lot of controversy surrounding these findings.)

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. San Antonio is discouraging people from lining up overnight for food distribution. Their food banks are now seeing 120,000 a week.

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• The San Antonio Food Bank gave Seguin (seh-geen) residents nearly 100,000 pounds of food donations.

• Hillsborough, Florida schools are tightening their policies for meal pickups after several sites ran out of meals when parents went to multiple locations, amassing meals in their cars, and some parents were discovered selling the food online.

• The Westport police in Connecticut were going to take part in the drone surveillance program we covered but have decided against it. Westport Police Department said in a statement, “We heard and respect your concerns and are therefore stepping back and re- considering the full impact of the technology and its use in law enforcement protocol.”

• An owner of two spas secured two small-business loans through the Paycheck Protection Program so she could keep paying her 35 employees. They were furious with her because unemployment benefits would have paid them more than their jobs.

• Public health officials warn that closed buildings could be breeding Legionella in their unused water infrastructure. (Legionnaires disease can cause pneumonia.)

• The fed has eliminated the six transfer a month limit on savings accounts.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• Storms and tornadoes are still hitting the south. Panama Beach in Florida experienced tornado damage yesterday.

• One of our viewers pointed out that Smithfield Foods (mentioned in discussion of the many pork processing shutdowns) is a subsidiary of the WH Group in China.

INTERNATIONAL

• False stories, propaganda, and the blame game: A tweet from the Global Times suggested the virus came from Italy, a separate tweet from a Chinese official spokesperson relayed a false story of Romans thanking China, playing its national anthem from their balconies, and on its official website, the Chinese Embassy to France is criticizing their medical workers for failing to assist patients and abandoning their jobs.

ACTIONABLE

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• One viewer is partnering their small farm with their sister’s garden to expand to grow their households, extended family, and help supply the local food bank. “We have spent the last 3 weeks working ‘til we were ready to drop. Tilled the ground. Built more raised beds. Shoveled yards and yards of compost. Planted potatoes. Our greenhouse is full of plant starts.

(Paraphrased:)

Me: Father, why don’t you send someone to help these hungry families?

The Father: I did. I sent you!”

• One viewer informed us that oil and gas analysts at Digital Wildcatters put together a database to track layoffs and help employees who have lost their jobs find new jobs. Some companies from the solar industry have offered to hire from the list of employees.

• A viewer in California has informed us that the ammo ban was lifted, so they can now buy ammo again without a background check and order it online. “This is like getting resupplied behind enemy lines! ‘Merica!”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

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User #11435457 - 25 Apr 20 00:30
Is there a way to see the comments that are made during the live stream? I’ve been watching later (in Australia) but there is always a lot of “oh yeah Xperson, that’s a good suggestion/comment/opinion etc” from Bear, but you can’t see what that person actually said in the comments.
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User #4741797 - 25 Apr 20 17:49
I had the same problem until I noticed the high-lighted link below the vid window that takes you to the livestream site.....Hope this helps.
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User #11435457 - 26 Apr 20 01:08
I can see YouTube comments from people that have commented after the live stream has finished, but not while it was live. Usually there are a million “hello” comments with a few diamonds of wisdom mixed in.
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User #19064593 - 24 Apr 20 22:14
Yup, I remember when this started you talked about Leviticus 11.
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User #31753005 - 25 Apr 20 02:03
Right on, brother. Keep doing what you're doing.
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User #33951509 - 24 Apr 20 22:29
That meme kinda reminds me of Kent Hovind's answer to the question ,"Were did GOD come from" in a debate ...lol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6AHcv19NIc
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User #17918198 - 25 Apr 20 00:44
remember goats are made of meat. otherwise pretty useless unless you are milking them
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User #18635597 - 27 Apr 20 13:53
Goats are great off grid lawn mowers, they clear brush on the homestead like it's no one elses business and can eat all the poison oak without tainting its meat.... WIN!!
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User #17918198 - 27 Apr 20 14:17
😉
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User #33706707 - 27 Apr 20 04:19
Leviticus, oof. Far from my favorite section.
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User #33828688 - 24 Apr 20 23:49
The goats will mess with your water pipes. I have had them somehow get the screw out of the middle of the faucet on outdoor faucets and loose the turn handle. I have had to replace several. Can’t just buy handle, have to cut off and replace the whole thing.... ugh...
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User #4741797 - 25 Apr 20 17:46
Vise grips are very useful in these situations. I have several ....Lol, the hard part of raising goats is that you have to actually be smarter than them. Gate latches on the other side from where they are, no shoelaces to untie. Don't tie them on a rope, etc......
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User #4858603 - 24 Apr 20 22:08
Lol
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User #22045462 - 26 Apr 20 18:23
She is the greatest
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User #4783556 - 24 Apr 20 14:56
I feel your pain and frustration brother. This is the chit that comes with shtf. It's not what anyone was expecting, but it is what is. It's going to get harder, in it's own slow grind kind of way and people we care about are going to suffer. It's not a zombie apocolype, we prepared for that, zombies would be easy, it's a slow roll, beat you down one bite at a time event. We've got a ways to go, keep your faith, do good things, love your people.
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User #20638344 - 24 Apr 20 00:39
God bless from Montana bear
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User #22045462 - 26 Apr 20 18:33
My wife said you should come out with a tactical toddler sticker and a battle goat sticker as well
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User #33685854 - 24 Apr 20 14:25
Hello from Wyoming
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User #31190721 - 24 Apr 20 00:42
Glad to see y’all.
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User #15056511 - 24 Apr 20 01:08
Hello?
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User #33174904 - 24 Apr 20 21:26
You can't be rainbows and unicorns everyday Bear, hang in there. Good report as always. I for one don't watch the main stream news bullshit so I appreciate your efforts.
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User #5592177 - 24 Apr 20 09:12
The system is evil on purpose, not stupid on accident.
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User #5709641 - 23 Apr 20 23:53
What the bleep is wrong with people??? Its better to KILL food rather than offer it to be gifted or sold at minimal cost to families who know how to care for/harvest it and don't have access to it?? Dump gallons of milk rather than give it to families who desperately need it?? Why are people so effing greedy? This infuriates me beyond words. Be neighborly, people!!
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User #4815574 - 24 Apr 20 00:09
Haven’t watched the video yet, but if you look back to, I believe it was his last daily brief, you’ll see that Wyoming has just passed legislation to ALLOW ranchers to sell meat directly to the consumer. Yes, to allow, as its not allowed in99% of cases. Even farmers market sales must jump through hoops, and cnnot jist sell or goce to, workout potentially serious ramifications. They’re already on the vrink of losing their businesses; add fines, court costs, potential loas of licensing on top of thar? Uou cn see their dilemma.
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User #5709641 - 24 Apr 20 00:35
See the dilemma, yes. Understand it, frankly, no. We cannot continue to bumble around being bound by the petty nickle-and-dime considerations of bureaucracy as if these were normal times. We are NOT in ho-hum normal times--many of us are in a war of economic and food survival. Britain's prime minister in WW2 took party-defying binding steps concerning food production and resource allocation. Surely, some of those ideas and provisions have equivalents here. I'm not talking about government seizing and re-distributing resources. I'm talking about local governments being able to facilitate re-allocation of excess resources that would go to waste to areas/food banks/communities/church groups that are in need. This shouldn't be rocket science!
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User #4815574 - 24 Apr 20 02:22
I’m totally with you, believe me!
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User #17918198 - 25 Apr 20 00:33
i shall stand in the gap defiantly. the end
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User #18390732 - 24 Apr 20 00:06
Thank You
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User #4784618 - 24 Apr 20 04:10
Bread and Circuses just as in ancient Rome. Placate the masses to forestall rebellion. So the government pays a bribe the people to buy nonexistent bread and pay for Netflix to dull their minds.
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User #4787489 - 23 Apr 20 23:19
Afternoon sir
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User #21205025 - 24 Apr 20 01:14
I agree with everything you said. It's like watching a train crash in slow motion and being unable to get nearby people to move out of its path. It seems apparent hard times are coming but people are more concerned with what's on TV or what flavor of kool-aid the talking heads are recommending that day. Just keep reminding yourself that you're doing God's will and helping his people. All we can do right now is strengthen our relationship with the Lord, prepare and try to wake up the sheeple, unfortunately most of them seem more interested in the grass that's on the other side of the hill. May God continue to bless you and yours and watch over us all.
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User #18805985 - 24 Apr 20 05:47
Thank you. Your words were encouraging, as I sit here on a recently purchased homestead property, alone, and six hours from my family and home of 20 plus years, wondering if we have made a good decision.
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User #12926400 - 25 Apr 20 13:13
Time to find a wife Bill. Helpmate.
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Cant make out the 1st picture but good stuff all around.
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User #21073672 - 24 Apr 20 00:56
Absolutely love the HPOUs stance on this issue!
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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/22/2020 - 4/23/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,710,071 (1,776,463 active cases)

Global Deaths: 190,098

Global Recoveries: 743,510

USA Cases: 876,156 (741,498 active cases)

USA Deaths: 49,648

USA Recoveries: 85,010

• California just had its worst day regarding coronavirus deaths, and antibody testing in New York suggests that coronavirus has infected a 1/5 of New York City.

• President Trump will order a temporary halt in issuing green cards, but he is not suspending guest worker programs.

• As expected, the Senate approved the nearly $500 billion coronavirus aid bill. It is expected to pass the House later this week. The bill includes $380 billion for small businesses, $75 billion for hospitals and $25 billion for disease testing.

• The U.S. stock market has rebounded a bit from the dip it took due to crashing U.S. crude oil prices.

• According to an internal report, the State Department has assessed that Russia, China and Iran are mounting coordinated, coronavirus-related disinformation campaigns against the U.S. using state-controlled media, social media, and official government agencies.

▪ Again, 7 class action lawsuits against China have been filed in the U.S. and Missouri state has filed a lawsuit.

• Trump has tweeted, “I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea.”

• Tennessee Representative Mark Green plans to introduce a bill to stop China from buying up companies vital to U.S. national security, specifically military supplies.

• At least 75 publicly traded firms have received relief loans intended for small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program. The U.S. Treasury Chief has warned that larger businesses could face probes over the funds and should make sure they qualify before applying.

• The five-week unemployment total is now 26.4 million.

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Processing and manufacturing slowdowns are decreasing supply of goods, and farmers are dumping their milk. Widespread shortages of technology and goods from overseas, as well as meat, eggs, dairy, and select canned goods within the country are expected. Some places are already beginning to see absences of items on store shelves accompanied by notice of limitation or unavailability due to manufacturing/supply issues, not rationing.

• Repeating: Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

• Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that he expects most, if not all, of the U.S. economy to be reopened by late summer.

• A contract egg farmer in Minnesota was told that the chickens in his barn were to be euthanized due to shifting egg demand. A crew showed up the next morning and started gassing the birds with carbon dioxide. The eggs would have gone to a fluid egg plant in Minnesota that handles 800 million eggs a year, sending containers of fluid egg to food service companies in North America. The company shut down last week and laid off 300 employees due to a drop in demand. 61,000 chickens in Minnesota have been euthanized.

• U.S. hog and live cattle futures eased on Wednesday, but the cash market for livestock is weak as processing plants close due to the virus. Operations at Tyson’s largest U.S. pork plant are suspended indefinitely, also have shut U.S. plants due to the global pandemic. Combined with JBS USA and Smithfield Foods’ U.S. plant shutdowns, the closures remove about 15% of U.S. pork production.

Legal/Political

• Many places are beginning to cautiously open up or are making plans to do so.

• Democratic Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones has stepped down amidst attacks from Democrats for endorsing Donald Trump for reelection. In a tweet he said, “I’ve seen more Democrats attack me for my decision to endorse [Donald Trump] than ask me why. They’ve used and abused folks in my community for far too long, taking our votes for granted. Black Americans are waking up. An uprising is near.” Elections are currently in a difficult position due to the virus.

• San Antonio bars are still required to pay monthly state liquor sales tax despite not being permitted to conduct business.

• After Monday’s protest at the California state capitol (where demonstrators defied Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders banning large gatherings), the California Highway Patrol will no longer issue permits for events at any state properties.

• Montana’s governor said that in the coming days, the state will enter the first phase of a staggered reopening, which includes lifting the stay-at-home order as well as some of the restrictions closing schools, restaurants, bars, retail stores and more.

• Covid-19-related wrongful death lawsuits are beginning. A family has sued Walmart for the death of a family member there, and an attorney has filed against KCK rehab facility where 27 residents died.

Military

• U.S. Army officials have said that about 27,000 former soldiers have answered the call for volunteers.

• U.S. warships have entered the disputed waters of the South China Sea, joined by an Australian frigate.

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more. Additionally, more “waves” of the outbreak are expected.

• Scientists have reported that one of the COVID-19 vaccines in development has successfully protected monkeys from infection by the new coronavirus. The vaccine was a chemically inactivated version of the virus and produced no obvious side effects in the monkeys. Human trials began on April 16 .

• The Bureau of Emergency Medical Service in New York issued a “do not resuscitate” order for cardiac patients, but just hours after it was reported on, the order was rescinded by the State Health Commissioner.

• It appears that the symptoms of coronavirus may be expanding to include things like amnesia due to brain inflammation and a bizarre skin condition in the toes (swelling, discoloration, blue nails). The “new” symptoms still seem to ultimately stem from the lack of oxygen.

• Mixed messages: There are occasionally reports of animals catching the virus. The cases seem to be mild, and experts say there is no evidence that pets can spread the disease, but they also say it is still best to prevent interaction between pets of different households.

Societal/General

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. San Antonio is discouraging people from lining up overnight for food distribution. Their food banks are now seeing 120,000 a week.

• Repeating: Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• An Idaho mother was arrested for refusing to leave a playground closed due to the pandemic after not heeding a “count to five” by an officer. This prompted a protest of about 100 people at the City Hall. [Pics and screenshots on Patreon]

• Many if not most schools are closed through the rest of the school year.

• Vermont food insecurity is up, and the National Guard is partnering with the Vermont Foodbank for meal distribution at airport centers in Swanton, North Clarendon, North Springfield, Bennington and Newport.

• Drone manufacturer Draganfly is working with the police department in Westport, Connecticut (adjacent to NYC), to test drones that can accurately detect infectious conditions such as high temperature or sneezing/coughing in a crowd from 190 feet away, as well as measure social distancing efforts.

• Washington, D.C.: One unmasked woman was so serious about social distancing that she pepper-sprayed someone in the face who tried to get on an elevator with her at Walmart.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• “Big Horn Meat Cutting, in Buffalo, WY (1-307-684-5387) is going to start processing overflow pigs that would have been processed at the Smithfield South Dakota plant. 300- pound animals are going for $250 a head + processing. They will also point people to ranchers in the caller’s area.”

• There are reports of fraudulent and/or uncontrolled Covid-19 tests and of limited development of antibodies to the virus. The general confusion and distrust of the numbers seems to be increasing. Not enough is known at this time to confirm.

• Tucson, Arizona: Military and civilian air traffic has increased. More people are on the road, in line at stores, and at junk yards and auto parts stores. There is still a shortage on certain items and plenty of candy.

• More severe storms are cycling through the mid-south toward the east. So far, emergency response does not seem hampered by the pandemic.

• A nursing home in Grinnell, Iowa has been filled with cases of Covid-19.

• One viewer has noted that several stores and even a Sonic drive thru in his area are refusing service unless the customer has a mask. “There is a definite tension in the air.”

• This contributor works for a company that holds many military contracts as well as medical. Normally, the ratio is 60/40 military to medical. It is now 95/5 military to medical. The military contracts are combat—i.e. drones, night vision, MRAP, and control panels for launches.

INTERNATIONAL

• The World Food Program says the COVID-19 pandemic will drive more than a quarter of a billion people in low- and middle-income countries into acute hunger by the end of the year unless swift action is taken to tackle the pandemic. The locusts in Africa combined with the unavailability of pesticides are already spelling trouble.

• Chinese state media lashed out at the United States in a pair of Global Times articles on Monday. Using arguments that could have been taken straight out of the domestic liberal media (and just think about THAT for a minute), the Global Times accused President Trump of blaming China to deflect from his administration’s faulty response to the pandemic.

• “The COVID-19 spread in the U.S. is almost like that of a primitive society. It should not have been like this if the U.S. had the slightest science and organization,” the paper declared. “To put it bluntly, the U.S. is no match for China in terms of anti-epidemic organization and mobilization. The U.S. political system has been hit by the pandemic on its weak side and we were willing to show understanding for that. After all, every system has its weaknesses.”

• In a pair of Global Times articles, Chinese state media lashed out at the U.S., accusing President Trump of blaming China to deflect from his administration’s faulty response to the pandemic: “The COVID-19 spread in the U.S. is almost like that of a primitive society. It should not have been like this if the U.S. had the slightest science and organization. To put it bluntly, the U.S. is no match for China in terms of anti-epidemic organization and mobilization. The U.S. political system has been hit by the pandemic on its weak side and we were willing to show understanding for that. After all, every system has its weaknesses.”

• Addressing the UN Security Council during a video conference, David Beasley, head of the World Food Programme (WFP), said urgent action was needed to avoid a catastrophe. "We could be facing multiple famines of biblical proportions within a short few months. The truth is we do not have time on our side." Even before the pandemic, parts of East Africa and South Asia were already dealing with drought and the worst locust infestation they’d had in decades.

ACTIONABLE

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• Viewers have planted garlic and onions and squashes with the ‘help’ of their two-year- old.

• Another viewer has moved to a like-minded friend’s property. Between them, they have two years of food. They are building more coops and expanding their food production. “We found your YouTube page a couple months ago and subscribed. We look forward to your daily brief put together by the Dance Monkeys for on-the-ground intel that we've grown to rely on....We also plan on getting on your forums soon to find like-minded people in our area. We also plan to launch our own YouTube Channel for Low Income Preppers, soon.... we wanted to thank you for everything that you do to help the prepping community.”

• Topeka, Kansas’ governing body voted unanimously to reduce its own pay by 6 percent. The city manager ordered all city management and executive employees to take a 3 percent cut. He has asked that all unions, including police and fire, consider doing the same or offer alternatives.

• McDonald's and EARP Distribution gave a “supersized” donation of over 3,200 pounds of beef to the Topeka Rescue Mission. Also included in the donation were almost 3,000 tubes of GoGurt, 25 cases of parfait yogurt, over 700 pounds of of bulk nonfat milk and 20 bags of tortilla strips. It was a welcome surprise for the mission.

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

Check out the forums at Bear Independent.com!

Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

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If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

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User #6131864 - 23 Apr 20 23:05
The roads have coronavirus now?
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User #6512239 - 24 Apr 20 21:41
Hey Bear, love the content, just a note, was listening to your 04/23 Daily just now and you mentioned that a single roll of TP was $64 (referencing the pic above), just for clarification, it appears to be an 80 pack for $64, which of course is not as shocking as it seemed at first glance. Just wanted to pass along to the nation - Shalom.
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User #12854272 - 24 Apr 20 15:59
I don't know where you all live that are see these huge prices. In Western Washington I'm not seeing these prices here. WE're mostly staying inside and people aren't getting arrested for going to a park. Western Washington state is not doing this sort of thing. I haven't heard of this sort of thing happening in Eastern Washington either.
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User #19885068 - 24 Apr 20 22:43
I'm also in W WA and not seeing crazy prices except meat going up rapidly. Other prices going up, as on alcohol and hand sanitizers. We have eggs always available here and at normal prices, whereas many places indicate no eggs in stores - can't understand it.
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No brief tonight, in light of the fact that I am tired, we’ve been Uber busy, and it’s women’s night here on Patreon. So, we will hit the brief extra hard tomorrow.

Also; There’s a one of a kind Bear knife back in the store. One. Of a kind. Repeat. One. In the store. It’s gorgeous and handmade by Flemings Fabrications; if you missed your shot at the raffle knife, this one is very similar, the only difference being the handle scales. One. And priced accordingly. I am literally drooling over this knife.

A “production” run of knives (like 5 ish) May become available later in the year; these will be a bit more affordable, although the pricing will still reflect the handmade quality of product. They will also be different from the raffle knife and This. One. Knife.

As always, we thank y’all DEEPLY for your continued support! Have a blessed evening and we’ll see y’all tomorrow.

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User #918983 - 23 Apr 20 02:56
Oof, Definitely want the knife.
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User #14585749 - 23 Apr 20 22:47
Missed the drawing. Who won the first one?
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User #25419986 - 23 Apr 20 02:26
That sold fast! Good for business!
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User #27318095 - 23 Apr 20 03:24
Bear: did you have a youtube video taken down today? I thought I saw one earlier but can’t find it anymore. Something about “the sixth warning” or something
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tjmorrisntxmag - 23 Apr 20 09:48
Nope; we have one called “The 7 Threats” that’s about to hit 100k views, though.
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User #20943916 - 22 Apr 20 22:26
Nice knife, but we are going with Spartan Armor for the DW and I.
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User #10580738 - 23 Apr 20 10:27
Yo Bear, get your rest brother, I just bought your "Bear Independent- Bear Minimum Kit Back to catalog" in OD Green for my Rucksack and "Quckclot Bleeding Control Z-FOLD DRESSING 3 in by 4 yd a $39.99 a bit price for the total package but wished to help you guys. Locked and LOADED here, trapped behind enemy lines at the minute but getting out as soon as I get the home sold after this Virus BS. Heading for North West Montana where I hope to get some acreage for a Log home so I can use the extra land to grow food and work with the Amish, this is an agriculture community. Praying for our nation and our President, as to you keep up the awesome leadership, I hope with the help of our Lord I'll be some day asking for seeds if you have them but I hope to learn from the Amish as far as growing food. I sucks having to move and start over again at age 66 but San Diego as you know is on ground O and I've enjoyed having many friends over the years Marines friends. Deo Vindice $160.00
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User #32523832 - 23 Apr 20 05:11
I have no words
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User #8080295 - 23 Apr 20 00:20
I was too late on the knife! See what happens when I have to work late😉
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User #33951509 - 22 Apr 20 22:35
That knife is sick...
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User #15115875 - 22 Apr 20 23:02
It can be quarantined at my place...it's the least I could do...
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User #19885068 - 23 Apr 20 12:16
ROFL Too good!!!!
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User #4784643 - 22 Apr 20 22:45
Will you wipe the drool off prior to delivery?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 22 Apr 20 23:00
It ships in a 1 gal ziplock full of drool; sorry bro :/
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User #4784643 - 22 Apr 20 23:10
I am sure that will fetch a premium.
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User #34019017 - 23 Apr 20 01:09
I didn’t know I needed the app lol
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User #15040684 - 23 Apr 20 15:06
I wish I could have been there but my church home bible study zooms at the same time. Hope you were all blessed. Shalom
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User #34019017 - 22 Apr 20 17:45
I’m new here but hope to be there- Had to leave my Mother at the Hospital today and it felt so wrong...
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User #4783556 - 22 Apr 20 22:22
Hens only or are roosters allowed?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 23 Apr 20 09:49
Women only
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User #18635597 - 22 Apr 20 23:44
Ugh.... probably going to be a bit late ☹ on our way to go get firewood after sitting at the tire place for over an hour to get new tires on trailer (seriously is it really Monday?) Lol see you ladies sooner rather than later hopefully
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User #32889659 - 23 Apr 20 14:32
Do these get posted or are they live only?
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User #11530210 - 22 Apr 20 23:20
Why not allow guys?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 23 Apr 20 09:50
For the same reasons we do Men’s Group Monday and ask the ladies to hang back- so that we have space to discuss things that we couldn’t or wouldn’t say in the presence of a lady.
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User #8861503 - 22 Apr 20 18:58
Is this new? If not, I didn't realize there was a women's group.
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tjmorrisntxmag - 22 Apr 20 19:31
This is the second week, just started last week.
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User #19885068 - 23 Apr 20 13:23
Renee, love the blue bow! So appropriate to add for women's matters of Bear Independent! Wonder if it should be pink, though blue is my favorite color. I can see things appearing in the store with this logo on it - lovely! Well done, Renee, and gave us all a smile, as well!
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User #7377340 - 23 Apr 20 00:49
Logged in and ready
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User #15290123 - 23 Apr 20 00:55
Me too!
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tjmorrisntxmag - 22 Apr 20 20:48
https://zoom.us/j/330146920?pwd=OVVLSTRFdi9pdjFEVXhUeTdQbzdiZz09
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User #7939918 - 23 Apr 20 00:30
Let them do their own thing. We've had men's group for some time now. It's a good idea for people to have their own space sometimes.
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User #14555924 - 23 Apr 20 04:20
Agreed.
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User #19885068 - 22 Apr 20 18:40
TJ, would you please put a link here to it, just as was done last week? Makes it so much easier to arrive there in one piece without losing luggage or getting on the wrong plane!
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tjmorrisntxmag - 22 Apr 20 19:31
Someone will post a link at time of broadcast
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User #34019017 - 23 Apr 20 01:09
Downloading at Lowe’s lol
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User #14555924 - 23 Apr 20 04:22
TJ, you know that (the background for the post) just might be a new shirt or patch, right? 😉😉😂
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User #34161975 - 23 Apr 20 14:07
I would buy it.
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User #20943916 - 1 May 20 16:25
Having shot and owned both 45ACP and 10mm, I will say that difference, outside of size, is purpose. The 10mm shoots flatter and faster than the 45ACP. I feel that the 10mm is better suited for outdoor activities where dangerous game is possibly present and you want to carry an semi auto. The 10mm is basically the ballistic equivalent of a 41 Magnum. The 45ACP is a good stopper for animals up through large (possibly feral) dogs, but if there are wide cats (puma) I feel much better with a 10mm. And personally I like the 1911 style pistols over the G20. Yes the G20 holds more rounds, but with wild game you will be lucky to get off 2 shots.
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User #20943916 - 1 May 20 16:32
Recoil wise, in a 1911, the 10mm recoils back and the 45 ACP recoils up (more muzzle flip).
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User #20882983 - 1 May 20 11:27
Someone who owns a .45 glock could always get a conversion barrel for 10mm if they really felt the need. I own a glock 23 (.40 s&w) bought it when I was much younger and less knowledgeable, but I had done some research and was attracted to the idea that I could always throw a 9mm conversion barrel in it if I wanted or needed to. My next gun purchase will probably be a full size .45..but that’s after stocking more food and trying to make food come up out of the ground. Hopefully soon.
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User #5160756 - 1 May 20 18:01
Having both .45 and 10mm, each has their place. My g29 was my first carry pistol, and makes it's way into rotation now and again. The .45 not as much, being a full size 1911, but the going to war kinda doesn't make concerns out of concealment, and for the reasons mentioned, I would take that.
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User #17274025 - 1 May 20 12:23
Shot placement for the win!!
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User #17538274 - 1 May 20 12:45
Spot on T. Also remember, the war pistol is used when your war long rifle runs dry. My war pistol is .40 cal. EDC, 9 MM.
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User #4118542 - 1 May 20 11:14
I own both .45 and 10mm. I like & own the G-20 but keep in mind that ammo would be very difficult to find vs. 45
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User #9542718 - 1 May 20 23:22
Exactly
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User #25419986 - 1 May 20 15:41
Just yesterday I was shooting a friends 1911 .45 and my G20. G20s are popular in Alaska, second to the 44 as a bear gun. I have to say having never fired the .45 previously, I had a much better grouping with the 1911 v G20. I guess comparing apples to apples I should shot the G21 and G20. FYI, my backup side arm for ornery bears is now a 454 ie don’t shoot are large caliber bear with a small caliber handgun
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User #11314368 - 1 May 20 11:58
10mm is very expensive, I shoot IDPA go through 700 to 800 rounds a month .45 is what I reload and what our groups standard is thus .45.
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User #25274251 - 1 May 20 13:05
40. also have a 40 carbine.
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User #13392226 - 1 May 20 12:09
I dont think moving to another caliber is a good idea if your bought into another caliber already. I want to move to 9mm but im bought into 40 s&w because i have plenty of it. I said want not need. We got bigger fish to fry these days than changing calibers. 1000 rounds of 9mm, a 9mm pistol, new holster or more food, seeds, extra shovel, raised bed material, etc. Im taking the food no contest.
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User #12234946 - 1 May 20 12:18
I own both G20 & G21. I can shoot cheap 40 s&w out of the G20 very accurately.
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User #13001648 - 1 May 20 17:48
My carry is a Springfield Xd .45 & to simplify our household with a common caliber my wife runs a xds .45
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User #9542718 - 1 May 20 23:23
Me too Dudley, Love the Springfield XD .45, wife carries XD mod 2, 9mm.
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User #3253448 - 1 May 20 13:13
During the panic buying phase of this pandemic the only ammo on the shelves seemed to be .45 acp and .380. I managed to trade some 9x19 hp round for round for some 45 hp. I have a LOT of .45 now lol. Definitely need to keep ammo availability in mind when buying firearms
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User #15115875 - 30 Apr 20 15:25
Blackberries & fresh sweet cream 💕 takes me back to my childhood.
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User #4741797 - 30 Apr 20 17:29
I have a love/hate relationship with blackberries....Love to eat them, hate trying to pick them. Once they're established in any area, just learn to live with them, cause you won't ever get rid of them.
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User #4783556 - 30 Apr 20 11:28
Praise the father. That's a great find. We've got a five acre raspberry patch that yields lillte Raspberries that are full of sugar and all the raspberry flavor. Amazing on homemade icecream - using milk from the dairy Farmer down the road. Just a thought, while you have the bucket, dig some deep holes in the creek. Your perch fishing will be orders of magnitude better. Thorn apples are our curse in pa. I think I'd rather clear cedar thickets, as I'm way less likely to get a sharp stick in the eye. Have fun with the toy. It's nice watching the wilderness get turned into something beautiful - thank you for sharing. You've been blessed brother
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User #9355860 - 30 Apr 20 16:25
Excited right along with you. The blackberry blossoms on my native plants are huge! I also have many cedars and have been cutting the 6” diameter and smaller for fence posts. Would love to have shredder cause my dogs love cedar shavings in their kennel yard. Hope to see you soon💕
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User #25274251 - 30 Apr 20 11:18
We've harvested 3 gallons already.
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User #17082390 - 30 Apr 20 11:08
Blackberry cobbler.... Numnumnum. Big cedar + chainsaw sawmill + time\work = purty furniture
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User #4741797 - 30 Apr 20 17:26
Ya!, baby excavator! Do you have a grappler for it?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 30 Apr 20 19:09
No thumb on this machine :/ I’m fortunate that I e spent enough years doing forestry and trackhoe stuff that I can work without it. But booyyyyyyy its so much easier with a thumb.
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User #4741797 - 30 Apr 20 19:13
Yup, they look like a blast.
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User #16722292 - 30 Apr 20 15:48
That cedar would make nice tables or boxes 👌
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User #29698714 - 30 Apr 20 14:03
Been there with the lawn mower did the same.
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User #10041708 - 30 Apr 20 12:14
Those big cedars scream hope chest. Know anyone one that might need one, in the future? That's a cute little digger...must be like riding the nickel horse, out in front of Woolworth's. :)
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User #4118542 - 30 Apr 20 21:01
Hey Bear - where is the thing on China you mentioned? Didi I miss it somehow? Thanks.
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User #17538274 - 30 Apr 20 13:51
Praise the Father for Cub Cadet. We also bought a new Cub, 50" cut. My wife won't let me mow. At 70 years old she is my mowing ma maw. I can taste those blackberry preserves on my homemade bread this morn. Shalom Bear and Hommy.
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User #20943916 - 30 Apr 20 23:18
I grew up with a VERY large blackberry patch just outside the front yard's fence. Went picking huckleberries several time a year. All in the PNW. I really love that area, unfortunately there are now too many "politically correct" people with little to do but interfere in someone else's life. As I've gotten older, I don't intimidate or even push well - makes me cranky and my right index finger twitch.
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User #32941210 - 1 May 20 00:33
In Alabama we love blackberries but they tend to come with snakes.
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User #19330948 - 30 Apr 20 11:12
Fond memories of picking wild berries from wetland (NYS watershed) & eating them w vanilla ce cream.
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User #8080295 - 29 Apr 20 11:34
"Being thankful for that mash potatoe sandwich cause that's what you got" is how I try to live my life. I'll probably borrow this quote in my personal life. Love it.
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User #15115875 - 29 Apr 20 12:32
Fried tater sandwiches were popular back when we were poor... probably why my heart is till well lubricated.
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User #4118542 - 29 Apr 20 12:50
Many people need to learn that "something" is definitely better than nothing right? Good luck & be safe guys.
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User #19885068 - 30 Apr 20 06:00
I despise beans and pepper. Always have. There was a time when I was given "just add water and heat" cups containing both and little else - and loved them - because that's all I had!
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User #25419986 - 29 Apr 20 16:48
This pandemic has be a great live fire exercise in regards to preparedness and “beggars” at the door step. Personally, I have been blessed with the opportunity to help SELECT people and families. Likewise We are instructed to care for widows and orphans without a specific caveat. That said, I have no compassion or sense of obligation to help a sluggard or someone I have been preaching preparedness to for years who have not responded.
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User #5193392 - 29 Apr 20 17:15
Hey there! Thank you for your time.
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User #15115875 - 29 Apr 20 12:37
For those who threaten, there will be blessings of mercy, dispensed in 5.56mm and 7.62mm packets. They will reach my door through great peril to themselves and their companions.
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User #18635597 - 29 Apr 20 13:27
Hebrews 13:2 Don’t forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it! ....... (yes use discernment ALWAYS) but also realize Yah put them on your path for a reason!
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User #19330948 - 29 Apr 20 11:04
This issue has run between my ear for decades. I hope kids arent used as props/decoys.
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User #26545438 - 29 Apr 20 11:21
I have seen tweakers steal clothes using the baby in the stroller. If they can they will
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User #4118542 - 29 Apr 20 12:49
My friend people will do ANYTHING and I do mean Anything. Please be very careful and selective if you choose to try to help folks especially "strangers" - your goodwill may just get you hurt badly or even worse. Be careful & good luck my friends.
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User #19885068 - 30 Apr 20 05:57
Startlingly sick and shocking!
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User #4118542 - 29 Apr 20 12:47
I think we need to be very, very careful when "strangers" come around and what their true intentions are, etc and that sort of a thing. It's pathetic that we can't really trust people anymore and there are many, many wicked people out there and don't forget desperate folks will do anything and everything and not feel bad cracking you upside your head and taking your stuff, if not worse. Just be careful. And if these people act crazy & aggressive, etc from jump, well, that will be handled accordingly. Be safe my friends as I think things are going to get much worse over the next weeks and months - just my opinion based upon a whole of "Factors."
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User #20943916 - 29 Apr 20 23:22
Those I will help, know who they are. Those are not on that short list, know who they are.
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User #15115875 - 29 Apr 20 12:49
The skills and attitude have to be right. Skills and a negative mind set aren't worth the pain...a poor attitude is bad for morale and trouble down the road.
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User #12926400 - 29 Apr 20 17:07
I made food buckets for some of the people around me because I was encouraging to prep as a kick-start. The buckets actually made them think and were already prepping when woohoo voodoo started. They are also gardening! I have just got more buckets to make more of these packs. To prayerfully kick-start people and to have when the occasional person comes to my door. I also gave a bonus when all this happened to all my construction workers. (I am having my 600 year old farmhouse restored where I live in the UK.) I told them that this is for food and please stock up. Most did. Some did not. And those that did not will not be getting any more. I have done what I could and will do what I can, however I will not help anyone who is not willing to help themselves. Hard, but true.
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User #8930941 - 30 Apr 20 08:10
Dang it, now I want mashed potatoes and a spinach salad lol...that actually sounds really good right now.
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User #33706707 - 29 Apr 20 19:28
My goal is to ask other people first. Next level reverse survival psychology right there. Tremendous.
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User #4783556 - 29 Apr 20 11:42
I think we're missing a few things for it to be the apocalypse. Luke 21:11: “There will be great earthquakes along with famines and epidemics in various places, and there will be terrors along with great signs from heaven.” ok, famines and epidemics - check. Great earthquakes and signs in the heavens, not so much... we often forget that period of birth pains leading up to the great tribulation..... that could be a decade or more of time. As for beggars at the door. There's good people, with necessary skills, that you'll want to help - plan accordingly.
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User #4118542 - 29 Apr 20 12:52
It's still pretty early in this "situation" and I feel strongly it is going to get much worse. They keep playing these twisted games and closing down all of these meat processing facilities and you will see apocalypse and then some. Starving, desperate people = No bueno my friend.
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User #4783556 - 29 Apr 20 13:17
Eric, there are second and third order events coming to be sure. The question becomes one of the crisis duration, how the reopening goes and the extent to which there is true demand destruction in the economy. I'm not so sure this will be the event that crashes the economy....I need to see what the reopening of the economy looks like before getting too excited at this point. The extent to which the employment numbers and commodity prices increase will lend to a thumbs up or thumbs down as to where we are headed.
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User #17538274 - 28 Apr 20 11:22
Thank you Father for opening my eyes back to the bible and the Bear and Hommy Homestead. Oh, the many things I have learned in the past 2 years +.
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User #12926400 - 28 Apr 20 16:37
Patience...who needs stinking' patience...chuckle, I am working on that too,
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User #7377340 - 28 Apr 20 11:05
Boker tov Bear! I'm headed to bed now, have a blessed day. I'll catch up later.
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User #15157928 - 28 Apr 20 11:42
Won't let me like today's video. Like was brought up in men's group last night, there's evil all around.
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User #19820480 - 28 Apr 20 11:28
Thank-you T. This is wonderful! Shalom brother.
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User #12926400 - 28 Apr 20 16:35
You bring me shalom! Blessings to you and your tribe.
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User #34191609 - 28 Apr 20 22:36
Bless you brother. Thanks for being bold!
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User #8350456 - 27 Apr 20 21:22
Thank You
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User #9639898 - 29 Apr 20 14:38
One difference between the traditional Jewish Kashrut laws and your Torah observance, is the mixing of meat and dairy. Could you explain this please?
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User #7988841 - 27 Apr 20 20:21
Bear this new Vaccine that is coming for the congame-19 virus is absolutely a no go. It Changes the DNA in what scripture calls the temple,our bodies. This change is permanent and changes God creation. InLibertyDan
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User #19820480 - 27 Apr 20 12:12
Excellent video T. I think you nailed it.
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User #7109434 - 27 Apr 20 18:16
Thank you! Wonderful reminder of who we serve
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User #25274251 - 27 Apr 20 11:58
Thank's for the info again
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User #32523832 - 27 Apr 20 21:07
I agree no blood. Just curious.. can we eat medium rare - rare cooked steaks?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 28 Apr 20 01:47
I do. The abstaining of blood was talking about the literal drinking of/bathing in/consumption of blood as part of a pagan worship ritual.
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User #32523832 - 28 Apr 20 05:44
Oh man thats good news! Thanks brother
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User #17725965 - 28 Apr 20 00:33
Non-observant Jew. Clearly you know what I was never taught. ... My experience with Judaism was as grist for the bar mitzvah mill. It was observing the hassids pushing their weight around. (Too long a story) It was about J.A.P.'s (Jewish American Princesses) pushing men around with their "essence". So ... ritual handwashing? Lived it. Good review. Good luck with the Joy. Going to a local Christian church. I'll see how this goes. As for a "5000 year earth" ... and the swallowing up and smiting. If it was supposed to have happened? Why did it stop? Am I to believe that a "bug" is the same as smiting someone by dropping him into a lake of fire? .............. Hitting my "Fairy Tale" button, I'm afraid. Oh, don't get the whole "Ya" thing. If you mean God, say God. I was so bent over about not saying "Adonai" ... that's not taking the Lord's name in vain. I don't see it as failing to take off your sandals on Sinai. ...... And saying "Ya" assumes a familiarity that I find even MORE "vain-ish" .... but ... you've got a happy life ... a bit envious but that's a waste of time. Be well.
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tjmorrisntxmag - 28 Apr 20 01:50
I’ll say what I prefer to say, and I prefer to say Yah or Yah-hoo-uh. I recommend New2Torah, Shofar Mountain, and 119 Ministries if you are interested in unlearning the lies.
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User #13136792 - 28 Apr 20 02:50
im still reading through the scriptures and learning so i feel as though I'm afforded one before i kill my demons. 1- this is bears channel, so don't be a cunt, hes free to say it and no man ect has the right to say otherwise. 2- I've read the torah, the quran the various books of christianity Catholicism mormon jahova, books upon books that most people may not even practice today both pagan and arcaic. So far of all of them the stepped on versions of the torah are probably the most insulting. so before you seek to argue as a fool, read up on it and actually study it. as far as christian churches ive been to so many i cant even count them all. by all means practice as you wish but your emptiness isnt going to go away showing up on sundays to a christian standard church thats most likely got more niche groups and private sects than actual message and faith. Myself im going to keep studying scripture and avoid fruitlessness. shalom, hope you have a good night mike.
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User #19885068 - 28 Apr 20 06:15
Language is a bit over the top for me, but the defense of Bear, who will of course jump in to say he requires no defense, suits me just fine. Insulting him and telling him how to speak of his God, his Yah, is offensive as heck. He's a grown man who knows the Bible better than most pastors, and will handle his own just fine. Seems like Mike had a really bad day, or week, or lifetime, and is looking for targets. Won't work well to make Bear a target. Thanks, Lonewolf, from a Lone Wolfess.
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User #13138125 - 29 Apr 20 02:19
We each have our own "cross" to bear as they say. We have our own struggles in attempts to be both faithful to God and honest with ourselves. Many practicing and non-practicing Jews I have met don't want to know or accept that the Messiah they were taught about was already here and will be again. They think He's yet to come the first time. Many Christians I met (myself included) have a hard time understanding that the Law (or Command ments ) were not done away with and confusing God's commands with those of the Sanhedron 613 laws. They call the 5 books of the Torah the pentatuch and dont know any difference. Clergy teach cherry picked denominational doctrine and not chapter and verse in context. I can't tell you how many christians I saw argue with the teacher because what they were learning about Torah contradicted with with the church teaching they were exposed to for many years. They weren't ready to let go. I saw Jews the same way only they wouldn't believe their rabbi wouldn't accept Yeshua as Messiah and refused to teach Isaiah 33. Christians wouldn't accept Passover instead of easter or keeping the feasts and festivals. We each have our internal struggles we have to deal with on our path to Learning to keep God's commandments and accepting our Jewish Messiah as the Son of God.
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User #12926400 - 27 Apr 20 17:45
I love all the moedim...but Sukkoth is my favourite. I plan for it all year; we are commanded to have a party. Gotta love it! Great vid brother. Amein to all!
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User #13138125 - 29 Apr 20 01:26
Yah's commandments are more rightly translated as directives. Also prefer to use Adonai instead of the word lord or Lord.
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User #8930941 - 30 Apr 20 07:40
Thought the tzittzit part is a bit of ironic timing for its attachment, you'll know why in a few days lol. Same with the numbering of knots. Good sum up of these topics, I know you could talk for literal hours about each haha. Shalom bro
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User #32941011 - 27 Apr 20 21:11
learned a lot thanks bear.
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User #15257722 - 27 Apr 20 19:21
Thanks, Bear!
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tjmorrisntxmag - 27 Apr 20 20:02
Shalom Brother!
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User #32938042 - 28 Apr 20 00:42
There are several YouTube videos on how to make Tzit Tzit, some are spelled Tzitzit
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User #25419986 - 28 Apr 20 07:02
Nowhere near a half hour...had to pause and go listen to the YT walking in Torah which led to a bear sized rabbit hole finally leading me back to finish this one. It was a good couple hours!
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User #4792182 - 29 Apr 20 02:11
Would like to give this video multiple hearts but can't thank you
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User #33773954 - 22 Apr 20 21:44
Yes I would buy a STOMP bag
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User #34128668 - 22 Apr 20 21:18
I'm new here been watching your YouTube channel for a couple months now and the decision to join was based on the fact that you wished me and my new wife congratulations in this video in the best way thank you for doing what you do and I look forward to more content
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User #11314368 - 22 Apr 20 09:34
Fast, Pray and Grow .
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User #10175842 - 22 Apr 20 00:34
hi guys, where do i find the intel report document that is in the livestream? Thanks all
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User #8583915 - 22 Apr 20 01:43
see the post below \/ \/ \/
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User #10175842 - 22 Apr 20 01:45
Ahh it's in the caption, thank you!
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User #12010766 - 22 Apr 20 14:44
Two things, got the card for the Grindstone donation and the stickers. Thanks! When it comes to drones, I'll rely on Mark I eyeballs, maybe with some binoculars.
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User #10242714 - 22 Apr 20 03:19
I sent a $ gift! Happy to do so!!! But right after??? My “I account was hacked”??? Not worried about me! Just hoping the funds got to you!?
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tjmorrisntxmag - 22 Apr 20 12:01
I don’t know...? I will check. Blessings.
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Wow, another busy day and another big report. Thank y’all for keeping the Dance Monkeys fed! If you have actionable inte you would like to share with the Bear Nation, drop us a line at intel@bearindependent.com.

If you’re sensitive to adult subject matter, definitely don’t see the section in “silver linings” about the NYC’s narc hotline...!

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/21/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,546,345 (1,682,348 active cases)

Global Deaths: 176,910

Global Recoveries: 687,087

USA Cases: 813,589 (685,956 active cases)

USA Deaths: 45,013

USA Recoveries: 82,620

• It is important to note that about 1/3 of the deaths in the U.S. are in New York. The state is nearing a death toll of 15,000, but it does appear to have passed a “peak” in cases. Other places have not yet seen their “peak.”

• Trump has indicated in a tweet that he will temporarily suspend immigration over COVID-19.

• U.S. Crude oil continues to tank as supply far outpaces demand. With so few people commuting or flying, refineries are unwilling to turn oil into gasoline and diesel. Storage for all the unused oil is running out.

• China is, of course, rejecting the blame it is receiving from around the world. There have been at least seven class action lawsuits filed against China in the U.S. federal court. The state of Missouri just became the first U.S. state to file a lawsuit against China, seeking damages for “the enormous loss of life, human suffering, and economic turmoil" that has resulted from the virus. Twenty-two Republican lawmakers have requested that the Trump administration bring a case against China to the International Court of Justice.

• The next stimulus package is now expected to pass in the Senate today and may be passed by the time of this reporting.

• The Food and Drug Administration has approved a coronavirus test that lets patients collect nasal samples at home and then mail it in.

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Some places are beginning to see absences of items on store shelves accompanied by notice of limitation or unavailability due to manufacturing/supply issues, not rationing. Several large food processing plants and related manufacturing plants have had to close temporarily and/or lower the number of workers on site, reducing output. The hogs that cannot go anywhere to be processed are being euthanized.

• There may be reduced availability of things like phones and laptops due to a dip in technological imports from China.

• An Abilene food manufacturing plant in San Antonio has closed after at least 48 employees have already tested positive for COIVID-19. Several Tyson plants have also had large numbers of employees testing positive.

• Milk is still being dumped by dairy farmers in multiple locations and countries.

• Reduced ethanol has led to reduced carbon dioxide, which is used in water treatment.

This has been noted in Washington state, but it is, in fact, a national issue. A food and beverage coalition warned in an open letter to the vice-president, “CO2 production may be reduced by 50% by mid-April. A shortage in CO2 would impact the US availability of fresh food, preserved food and beverages, including beer production.” A FEMA spokesperson said in an email, “There is nationwide reduction in CO2 production capacity based on a shutdown of some ethanol plants that produce CO2 as a by-product but impacts to water sectors would be local. The ethanol plants are not closed because of Federal government orders related to COVID-19, but rather by market forces”.

• A new Wyoming law animal-share amendment lets local ranchers sell cuts of meat directly to consumers. (For those that don’t know, this is illegal everywhere else despite efforts by farmers and consumers alike to have the freedom to purchase their food as they wish. This is a very big deal.)

Legal/Political

• Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee are going to begin easing restrictions on some businesses, allowing them to open while maintaining social distancing guidelines.

• The NYPD confiscated a drone belonging to the freelance photojournalist who has been documenting the mass burials on Hart Island. The journalist had an FAA license to fly the drone, but he was given a misdemeanor summons for "avigation", an ancient city ordinance prohibiting flying anywhere that's not an airport. (Federal regulations concerning the flying of drones conflict with this outdated concept.)

Medical

• Repeating: Clinicians suspect Covid-19 may cause other, more lasting issues than previously suspected. It may affect the heart, kidneys, liver, and more.

• Scientists believe there could be a second or even third wave of the disease as it hits previously “sheltered” people.

• ER doctors are facing understaffing and pay cuts.

• Detroit: Due to the “dire” effects Covid-19 is having on Beaumont Health’s finances, they are laying off 2,475 people and eliminating about 450 positions.

Societal/General

• Repeating: First responders and medical staff that test positive and/or show symptoms have to self-quarantine in many places. It has been reported that this has reduced the number of critical responders substantially in some areas. Many departments and employees are not permitted to share case numbers or other information.

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand.

• Rallies and protests are continuing, though Facebook is removing some pages attempting to organize.

• More than 40 people were arrested for violating social distancing orders at a weed party in New York City yesterday.

• Tensions are rising on the Hawaiian islands as tourists continue to pour in during the pandemic due to discounted flights and hotel rooms.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• Yesterday, at a Walmart in Plymouth, Wisconsin, the store was actively removing meat from the shelves. All bagged chicken items were also being removed. Both areas were covered with tarps by staff. When asked, the employees said the products were not for sale. The cheese was being removed and customers were not permitted in the area. When the management was asked why the meat and cheese was being removed, they did not provide a response. [Photos available on Patreon]

• Near the central coast of Washington, a few items seem back in stock-smaller rice bags, a bottle of overpriced alcohol and a bottle of overpriced sanitizer. Pintos, split peas, and lentils were available.

• New York: Penn station has had break-ins in stores. Police have been told to leave the homeless alone despite some rather “free” behavior (defecating, intercourse, etc.) Police patrol the streets with their lights on as a deterrent.

INTERNATIONAL

• Some countries in Europe and Asia are beginning to loosen their restrictions and shelter- in-place orders. Leaders around the globe are still advising caution in regard to social distancing, but it is clear that economies simply must reopen.

• Emirates (a Dubai-based airline) has stated that Dubai Health Authority is conducting 10- minute blood tests for Covid-19 on passengers prior to boarding. CNN opened its article with this phrasing: “Perhaps a sign of what the future holds for air travelers”...

• Online exploitation of children is at a record high in Alberta, Canada.

• It is believed that the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, is gravely ill. Not enough information is available to the public at this time, but if true, this could have some unforeseen future effects as international tensions increase.

• India just reported that only 6% of the Covid-19 test kits from China provided accurate results. (They checked after it was reported that the tests sent to Turkey, Spain, and others failed more than 70% of the time.)

ACTIONABLE

• Kansas City, MO police have said that there have been reports of people being stopped for being out for a drive and asked to show “essential business” travel papers. They said, “If this happens to you, call 911 immediately” and explained that they do not stop people simply because they are out for a drive, and they do not ask for travel papers. The travel papers businesses chose to issue have caused confusion and misinformation—police are not asking to see any such papers, nor did they ask for them to be issued at all. [Screenshot on Patreon]

• Consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, use your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Scams, hackings, impersonations, and viral misinformation abound. Stay aware.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. Keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• A supplier for WWII re-enactors “At the Front” is making face masks in German camouflage patterns.

• With everything shutdown evening family walks are becoming a routine for one viewer. Their 9-year-old daughter has decided that the family all take bags with them to pick up trash along their way. She says “if we help keep our earth clean maybe the virus will go away. Plus, it is what God would want us to do."

• Two members of a viewer’s MAG got married today in the bride’s parents’ backyard.

• A viewer’s neighbor’s girl whose brain cancer surgery was postponed got her surgery, eliminating 99% of the cancer. The surgeon said the last 1% was dead from chemo. They convinced this same neighbor to get chickens. The garden is expanding.

• Over 40 workers at a Pennsylvania manufacturing plant finally got to clock out and go home a marathon 28-day effort to make polypropylene needed for personal protective medical equipment.

• A viewer is out of debt, his spouse is now 100% onboard to get land and do all the things after joining the prepper classroom. She is a nurse and he is an EMT.

• Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “tip line” set up for New Yorkers to snitch on each other for order violations was flooded with obscenities, such as “eat a bag of d—ks”, actual d—k pics, people flipping the bird, and pointed Nazi-themed memes criticizing the concept of having neighbors turn one another in. Bonus: A caller said, “[de Blasio] looked at me...and coofed in my direction.” (According to the Urban Dictionary, “coof” is a newly coined term for coughing while infected with the coronavirus.)

The line was so heavily inundated with these types of messages that the service had to temporarily shut down. An NYPD source said, “The city has begun vetting everything before dispersing the information to precincts.”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

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User #15257722 - 22 Apr 20 23:15
Thank you, Bear. I'm not complaining, but the title says Isaiah 18, but you read Isaiah 19. Did I miss something?
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User #18043486 - 21 Apr 20 15:04
Shalom TJ and thank you for all that you do. Perhaps you just named the next book for reading on Monday nights, Habakkuk?
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This topic is quintessential to preparedness for all doomsday preppers, homesteaders, survivalists, militia, minuteman, city prepping, rural prepper, urban prepper, normal people, or looking to prepare for SHTF WROL TEOTWAWKI or natural disaster. Whether your own personal SHTF is the 2020 elections, economic collapse, civil unrest, martial law, food crisis, civil war, food shortage, EMP or CME, black swan event, or whatever, a prepper needs to be prepared for this topic. *** Regardless if you’re a Viking Preparedness prepper, Canadian Prepper, into city prepping, or just normal people, you need to be ready for SHTF WROL TEOTWAWKI, which is why we’re discussing this topic today. Common prepper concerns are bug out bag, bugging out in general, food storage, security, communications, emergency preparedness, homesteading, budget, gardening, bushcrafting, end times, Torah, get home bag, survival, EDC, and all the things we discuss at this channel. *** Subscribe for weekly Brit Hadasha (New Testament) and No Roots No Fruit Torah Study (Old Testament) Shabbat Bible readings, updates on SHTF TEOTWAWKI WROL Survival Tips, Homestead Updates, Tribal Leadership, Gear Reviews, Gardening Tips, Real World Experience and a complete lack of third-party advertising and hypothetical BS! *** We believe at this channel that Yeshua is Messiah, that Jesus is the Christ, the anointed of YHWH. We teach and preach the prophets and the Torah of YHWH as given to Moshe (Moses) and retaught by Yeshua Messiah, Jesus Christ. It is our doctrinal foundation as Torah Observant Christians that we should keep the Torah to the best of broken ability, and not abuse the Grace of the atoning sacrifice of our Messiah Yeshua, Jesus the Christ; and that we become one with YHWH The Father through the Son, Yeshua Messiah. We are not militant Hebrew Israelites who have corrupted the words of YHWH The Father to suit their racial and political ideologies; we are whole Bible believers who keep The Way as taught by Yeshua Messiah, the Torah of YHWH The Father. *** These same teachings are reinforced by other channels here on YouTube, including Pastor Joe Fox and Shofar Mountain/Viking Preparedness, Zach Bauer at New2Torah, Paul Nison at Torah Life Ministries, 119 Ministries, Rob Skiba, and Monte Judah at Lion and Lamb Ministries. The awakening of The Way and the Torah is happening this very moment at YHWH The Father calls His people back to Him.*** PATREON IS LIVE! PATREON.COM/TJMORRISNTXMAG Preparedness video consultations 3X per week; blog posts; loot box giveaways!; inspirational and motivational videos; charity support; telephone and in-person consultations with Bear; and email response priority! It all starts at just a buck per month! The BEST $1 you can spend on the internet, right alongside VikingPreparedness!*** TO SUPPORT THIS YOUTUBE CHANNEL, HEAD OVER TO WWW.BUYMEACOFFEE.COM/BEARINDEPENDENT AND BUY ME A COFFEE! *** Visit WWW.BEARINDEPENDENT.COM for news, missions, gear, a community forum, and more!*** To donate to Grindstone Ministries, the charitable arm of Bear Independent, give your tax-deductible donation on https://grindstone-ministries.snwbll.com/giving-portal *** My wife’s channel - HommyBiscuits! https://youtu.be/fKej912xdE4

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User #17725965 - 21 Apr 20 00:45
Local dairy HOMELAND CREAMERY (Julian, NC) dumping milk.
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User #4813569 - 21 Apr 20 00:04
think folks need to open their business if they feel it is safe and ignore gov economy crushing virus over reaction appreciate the updates you and dr campbell best daily briefs
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User #31962540 - 21 Apr 20 00:16
What does Hero soap do to Hommy's nuts? LoL
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User #17725965 - 21 Apr 20 00:43
Not "sub"-mariner, but sub-mar-EEN-er. ... Just saying. [USNR, LT ... 82-89]
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User #17538274 - 21 Apr 20 00:45
Soap Berry nuts. The best of both worlds there.
Men’s Group Monday - Input Needed 2020-04-20T23:12:43+00:00

Men, no livestream tonight. We had a long day today, AND we’re done with Proverbs.

So- or as Canuck says, Sooooo... what book would you like to read together next?

My vote is for Acts. Please leave your input below. Doesn’t have to be a book of the Bible either.

Shalom and blessings!

-T

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User #7477024 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
I second Acts
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User #18043486 - 20 Apr 20 23:22
I like Acts. Ezekiel and Job have also been coming up a bit these days.
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User #23820339 - 20 Apr 20 23:17
How long has it been since you've gone through Daniel?
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User #8080295 - 20 Apr 20 23:28
I will be following along each week moving forward. My understanding of the word is minimal.
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tjmorrisntxmag - 20 Apr 20 23:40
All the more reason to me there
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User #11336884 - 20 Apr 20 23:31
Revelations has been on my mind... it would be interesting to see how it lines up (or doesn't) with what's going in our world today. Difficult book yes... but with Yah's guidance it could be timely.
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tjmorrisntxmag - 20 Apr 20 23:40
I’m gonna let PJF finish Revelation before I start it. He’s over half done at Shofar Mountain.
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User #13186172 - 20 Apr 20 23:42
Acts please.
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User #19094333 - 20 Apr 20 23:26
I'm all for any scripture. But what about going through all of the minor prophets? The shorter ones, I mean. Start from the front of the book and go to the back
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User #20148558 - 20 Apr 20 23:32
I'd second that motion.
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User #31962540 - 20 Apr 20 23:22
👍🏻 Anything in the Bible will be great, Acts or Romans would be my preference. I’m also curious about Enoch...
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User #16520974 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
Revelations is my vote. Idk if you've done that before I came along though. Anyway, that's my vote.
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User #16520974 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
I'd just like to other's interpretation of this.
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User #32268315 - 20 Apr 20 23:19
I vote Romans
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User #14525876 - 20 Apr 20 23:28
Acts is good with me. I've been feeling as though I needed to have a reminder of how I should be walking personally.
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User #28345504 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
I vote for Acts as well. Good pick to get the right mindset of what is to come and begin hardening ourselves as we seek his face.
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User #13001648 - 20 Apr 20 23:13
No worries. Get some rest
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User #26919511 - 20 Apr 20 23:34
Acts or Revelation...or whatever works. I'll be there! :D
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User #19330948 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
Get some R&R. How about Revalations? Seems timely.
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User #29165545 - 20 Apr 20 23:15
Get some rest. And whatever book you start in next it's all God's word so it will be awesome
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User #24447036 - 20 Apr 20 23:20
Rest up brother. Galations Acts; Acts Galations? Wherever the spirit leads
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User #17082390 - 20 Apr 20 23:29
I got my little blue ribbon on Acts. Rest well.
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User #2787461 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
Sure would be awesome if Chris Weatherman would let you read Going Home. I bet hed sell a ton of books if he did.
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User #21073672 - 20 Apr 20 23:18
Partial to Revelation myself. Get some well deserved rest brother.
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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/20/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,474,857 (1,659,725 active cases)

Global Deaths: 169,967

Global Recoveries: 645,165

USA Cases: 789,234 (675,104 active cases)

USA Deaths: 42,298

USA Recoveries: 71,832

• Repeating: If a jump in U.S. case and death numbers is seen, remember that probable coronavirus cases are to be reported now, not just lab-confirmed cases.

• New York deaths dipped below 500 Sunday, which is much lower than the daily death toll of nearly 800 at the peak of the outbreak.

• It is estimated that U.S. restaurants will lose $50 billion in April, and possibly $240 billion by the end of 2020.

• Congressional leaders and the Trump administration are working to finalize a deal that would inject roughly $300 billion into a small-business loan program that was overwhelmed with demand and ran out of money. $100 billion for testing and hospitals would be included in the deal.

• Rallies and protests continue to increase, and unemployment is nearing a staggering 18%.

• President Trump confirmed that Republicans and Democrats are close to reaching a multi-billion-dollar deal on another coronavirus stimulus package. It would renew $300 billion in funds for the Paycheck Protection Program and boost spending for hospitals and coronavirus testing by roughly $100 billion.

• USDA announced the $19 billion Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) to support farmers and ranchers during the COVID-19 pandemic, including $16 billion in direct payments for farmers and ranchers and $3 billion in purchases of agriculture products, including meat, dairy and produce to support producers and provide food to those in need.

• Many have noted the hit to the stock market due to the lowest U.S. crude prices in history. (The U.S. crude oil futures for May are minus $37.)

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Some places are beginning to see absences of items on store shelves accompanied by notice of limitation or unavailability due to manufacturing/supply issues, not rationing.

• There may be reduced availability of things like phones and laptops due to a dip in technological imports from China.

• An Abilene food manufacturing plant in San Antonio has closed after at least 48 employees have already tested positive for COIVID-19. Several Tyson plants have also had large numbers of employees testing positive.

Legal/Political

• 42 states have essential-services-only travel restrictions, stay-at-home orders, shelter-in- place orders, or similar official proclamations.

• 3 states have certain areas under restrictions, or entire areas under partial restrictions.

• 5 states remain with no official orders, merely advisories.

• Repeating: Ordinances vary around the nation. Some places have curfews, some have travel checkpoints and mandatory quarantine for travelers, and some places are mandating facial coverings in public.

Order Enforcement also varies greatly by location. Some places are starting to reopen bit-by-bit, others are extending their orders, and others are just now seeing their first deaths. The time it takes to spread greatly affects what may or may not be occurring in your area. Check your local ordinances.

• The pandemic is throwing a wrench in the election process. The Brennan Center for Justice estimates at least $2 billion will be needed to prepare for the November elections due to the pandemic. (The funds would be needed for things like PPE for poll workers and extra equipment to sort the huge increase in absentee ballots.)

• Legislation that would allow more businesses to reopen provided they comply with certain COVID-19 safety standards was vetoed by Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf.

• In the words of some local news headlines, the New Jersey’s budget options will be to “beg, borrow, or slash.” Additionally, New York expects cuts to schools if no federal assistance is seen.

• Fresno County, California: It is believed that there will be a spike in crime after more than 400 inmates were released following an order from the California Judicial Council.

• The Second Amendment Foundation and Firearms Policy Coalition are suing Cherokee County, Georgia and Probate Court Judge Keith Wood. They allege that the constitutional rights of citizens were violated when the county stopped accepting applications for Weapons Carry Licenses during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Military

• The Army is reopening basic training with new precautions in place, confident that the virus will not spread. (50 CV cases have emerged at Fort Jackson recently.)

• The French navy is investigating how the coronavirus infected more than 1,000 sailors aboard an aircraft carrier. One person remains in intensive care and some 20 others have been hospitalized. (Two U.S. soldiers aboard the vessel also tested positive.)

Medical

• Repeating: Furloughs of medical facility staff are still occurring nationwide.

• Repeating: Some states are hoping to loosen restrictions on elective procedures soon.

• As mentioned before, it is suspected that Covid-19 causes more lasting issues than previously suspected. Clinicians suspect heart inflammation, acute kidney disease, neurological malfunction, blood clots, intestinal damage and liver problems to be some of the problems caused by the virus and its effects. Not enough is known for a solid conclusion yet.

• Austin Public Health is investigating multiple “clusters” of Covid-19, 8 of which are in senior-living communities.

Societal/General

• Repeating: First responders and medical staff that test positive and/or show symptoms have to self-quarantine in many places. It has been reported that this has reduced the number of critical responders substantially in some areas. Many departments and employees are not permitted to share case numbers or other information.

• Repeating: It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand.

• Another storm system has torn through the south, killing two, raining down hail, damaging structures, and knocking out power.

• Detroit’s Mayor rejected a Michigan National Guard offer to help distribute food in the city, voicing concern that their presence on city streets could tear open old wounds from the 1967 riot.

• Dover Airforce Base Commissary: the store has increased stock up to only 1/4 of the store being empty yesterday. There is hardly any stock of rice, beans, sugar, flour and there is no yeast. Sign-up for eggs, limited chicken. Tensions were very high the day before when retirees were permitted to go into the store.

• Regarding Facebook’s censorship of rallies and protests being organized on its site, a company spokesperson said in a statement: "Unless government prohibits the event during this time, we allow it to be organized on Facebook. For this same reason, events that defy government's guidance on social distancing aren't allowed on Facebook.” Republicans have attacked this move by the social media network.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• Mexico: Any Covid-19 tests that are available are practically too expensive to obtain. Most public areas and business have been closed for more than 2 weeks. Schools have been closed for more than three. Mexico ́s informal work force is about 70% of the economy and they are all still in the streets working. Public transportation is still working at capacity. The government lies about results. No fiscal stimulus, taxes must be paid. Hospitals and paramedics do not have PPE unless they buy their own. There have been at least two hospitals where more than 30 doctors and nurses have caught the virus and cannot work. TP, sanitizer, and masks are either unavailable or 3x the price. Some stores are low on food items, but production, distribution and stock all seem to be decent.

• In central PA, a viewer contacted several farmers for purchasing wholes, halves, and quarters of beef. The average price quoted was 3 dollars a pound.

• A Home Depot in Tennessee has been completely sold out of all types of freezers for weeks. “First responders have first dibs, but when 1 or 2 do come in they are gone within the hour.”

• In a New Jersey Port Authority conference call, “one of the top guys mentioned more than once that they need to be stocked for level Armageddon.”

• All stock looked good in a Sam’s Club in Ohio. Some items were still being rationed.

• A rural Canadian viewer was told by their local "mom and pop stores" that their supply chain has informed them that there will be a lot of food and other items that will not be available in the near and long term. This includes fresh meats and other produce, certain canned and dried foods, some toiletries (soap was specifically said to be a FOUR MONTH waiting period), bleach is essentially totally unavailable for the foreseeable future, and salt/sugar/flour are going to be very hard to get as well.

INTERNATIONAL

• Sweden’s deaths due to coronavirus are rising as its comparatively lax restrictions are coming under scrutiny.

• Tensions with China continue. Recently, China was affronted by a major German newspaper talking about China “exporting” the virus.

• Putin says Russia has not yet reached its peak.

• People in Spain are angry with the government for the lack of accurate counts and diagnoses, and the lack of care for people left to die alone.

• Nova Scotia, Canada: A man disguised himself as a police officer and moved across the northern part of Nova Scotia, committing several homicides in a “shooting rampage.” 16 people, including a policewoman, are dead. According to current information, it does not seem that police response was slowed or hampered by the pandemic.

• Ontario, Canada: Farmers are dumping milk due to lack of transport and processing ability. Bi-Law are ticketing people social distancing with their neighbors in their driveways. People are starting to grow weary of the lockdown and going out. Companies are hiring more security guards than ever, expecting looting.

• Australia is now in “stage 3” of their lockdown. Children are not going to school. Essentials only. All beaches, parks, and national forests are closed. No more than 10 people at funerals, no more than 2 witnesses and an officiant at a wedding. No interstate travel. Prices are up, and no hand sanitizer is available.

• Cape Town police have fired rubber bullets and teargas at rioters and looters in South Africa. The area has some of the strictest restrictions, and four weeks into a 35-day shutdown, people are hungry and desperate, and food supplies have virtually run out.

ACTIONABLE

• 2/6 major meat packing plants are shut down due to the coronavirus. This has caused a reduction in cattle purchases at auction and a hard time for ranchers. If you have the tools, knowledge, and buyers for a large amount of beef, consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, here are some alternative sources from your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Again, keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Consider researching the possibility of probiotics and microbiome health in relation to fighting and preventing respiratory disease.

• Many people are spreading falsified posts and viral misinformation. Please verify information and sources before passing anything on.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. (“Gardening” and “firearms manufacture and sales” are sometimes deemed unessential.)

• Be aware of the huge influx of scams – Netflix “account issues”, fake CV testing, stimulus payment related scams, etc. NEW: video conferencing programs are being targeted and hacked.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• There have been reports of police impersonators pulling people over and asking for travel papers. (Note: There are some places now where real officers are legitimately pulling people over to ask where they are going. Know what is going on in your area and stay prepared, safe, and cautious.)

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• Shake Shack has announced that it will be returning the $10 million loan they obtained from the federal crisis fund that was set up to keep small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. The fund is now empty. A statement from the chair and the CEO said, “We’re fortunate to now have access to capital that others do not. Until every restaurant that needs it has had the same opportunity to receive assistance, we’re returning ours."

• Portland, Maine: A woman was given groceries by her landlord and told to not worry about rent.

• A man gave employees at a Checkers 10k each for working during this mess.

• “We have always had a garden, but because of Bear's videos, we have upped our game in the gardening arena.” They weren’t kidding—there are too many things to list here, but the listed berries, fruit trees, a greenhouse, squash, tomatoes, a chicken coop, and so much more. Great job, guys!

• Remember the virtual hiking trip guy? He’s still going strong—working on Colorado. Also, their Karate and now Capoeira teachers are doing online classes with the kids. He also launched a business teaching virtual English classes. 10% of that income will be going to buy PPE for hospitals.

• A viewer has recently gotten out of debt and is looking to buy a 10+ acre dwelling so he can “do the things.” He has gotten his dad to start storing food. His younger brother is off drugs and hiking with the family.

• Another viewer is flourishing in spite of losing his job. He is sharing his eggs already and will be expanding his gardens to meet orders for others. Formerly outcast due to the “militant farmer” concept, he is now being asked to teach people how to farm. His MAG has grown and the neighborhood has come together to create a security and commo plan.

• “While on my hike I had what you would call a conviction. My boys have been asking about God and Jesus. I'm leery of organized religion for my own reasons. I believe in the Bible and the ten commandments. Something spoke to me. In my mind. Read the Bible verbatim. The boys will get what they need out of it. I'm not necessarily qualified or worthy but we started today after schoolwork.”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

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Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

-A Grant Writer

If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

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User #15115875 - 20 Apr 20 23:21
Wait one. Is that CARL the Tacticool Rooster?!?!?
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User #20507536 - 21 Apr 20 00:00
I love the combat chicken. In 2003-2004 we took a rubber chicken to Iraq and named it the swamp chicken because our GP Medium tent was nick named the swamp.
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User #27300956 - 20 Apr 20 23:37
What are the 5 states that only have advisories and not restrictions?
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User #17333184 - 21 Apr 20 12:52
The Chickenater. Too cool
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User #19094333 - 20 Apr 20 23:24
I need that chicken
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User #19885068 - 21 Apr 20 02:10
Always so informative and helpful. Thank you, Bear and Dance Monkeys.
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User #32333906 - 21 Apr 20 17:53
I had to order a tactical rooster !! I wanted it for the back of my truck but I don't want it to get ruined so I may put it somewhere else
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User #8080295 - 20 Apr 20 23:30
That Is one butt kicking rooster
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User #12929455 - 20 Apr 20 10:15
Thanks Brother, I can hear your voice and am making moves to get out of NJ. And I have been laying down the groundwork for our exit for months now. The tree business is stable with prospective buyers. Thankfully. Currently, we are preparing our home for sale. I know we have to get out. And as an aside I have my ProsperReady binders reviewed and in vehicles, and essentials packed and ready to go if it comes sooner than later. I appreciate what you do here. Shalom.
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User #20021613 - 19 Apr 20 23:32
LOL @ 4/20!!
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User #19820480 - 20 Apr 20 00:07
Thank-you Bear, thank-you Dance Monkeys!
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User #17122906 - 20 Apr 20 02:57
Thanks again, brother.
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User #26545438 - 20 Apr 20 06:08
Does anybody know the best way to do an area study?
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User #26545438 - 20 Apr 20 06:09
I would love to see a video of the monkeys dancing while they're doing their work hahahahaha #dance monkey team stickers
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User #5884196 - 20 Apr 20 01:03
🤣 @ 12:21 “BEGONE CHICKEN!!” 🐓 💨
Bear Daily Brief 19 APR 2020 2020-04-19T22:17:15+00:00

Shalom, Bear Nation!

Lots to report today.

As per usual, we are neither a news agency nor an intelligence agency; we are facilitating the sharing of information amongst the Bear Nation to the best of our ability.

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From a viewer (Angus):

The coronavirus has given us insights into how society will respond to an unknown threatening situation. As I've been working on my after-action report, I've come across three things we've now learned will happen in a live SHTF scenario and I thought I'd share them with you and Bear could share them with the community if he thinks it would be valuable to the community.

1. People will lose their minds and beg for and cling to authoritarian government.

While we do see some protests, the vast majority of people continue to back the government's heavy-handed approach.

2. Law enforcement will fall in line and take away your rights.

How law enforcement would behave in a SHTF scenario has been one of the bigger debates in the community. This event has shown that they will fall in line with the government and take your rights away without a fight. Again, no group is monolithic and there has been some pushback among law enforcement (see sheriffs in MI), but the majority have fallen in line with all state directives.

3. People will not care that your rights are being taken away

In the event that your rights get threatened or stomped, nobody from neighboring states is coming to your rescue. This is a wake-up call to make sure you are capable of defending your own rights, which may include setting up a network of like-minded people, living away from populated areas (and, thus, heavier law enforcement / Nat Guard presence, etc.)

These are three big lessons that we have often debated in the community; however, the COVID crisis and response has given us real data about how people and law enforcement agencies will respond in the macro.

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/19/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,399,849 (1,619,234 active cases)

Global Deaths: 164,939

Global Recoveries: 615,676

USA Cases: 761,379 (651,031 active cases)

USA Deaths: 40,419

USA Recoveries: 69,929

• Repeating: If a jump in U.S. case and death numbers is seen, remember that probable coronavirus cases are to be reported now, not just lab-confirmed cases.

• While some places seem to finally be recovering from the worst of the viral wave, some places (such as Lyon County, KS) are just now seeing their Covid-19 deaths.

• President Donald Trump has indicated many states can reopen by May 1 and has already shared federal guidelines for restarting the economy with governors. Governors’ positions seem to vary widely, but there is mounting pressure from citizens.

• Several states are beginning to ease restrictions. Residents in several states have returned to the beach, and three Northeastern states reopened boatyards and marinas for personal use only. Meanwhile, restrictions around the world are being tightened, lightened, or simply extended depending on the area. People around the globe are getting more and more restless.

• As part of the White House Task Force’s plan to "get and keep America open," the U.S. CDCP has released new details on community mitigation.

• A top FBI official has warned that foreign governments are seeking to break into American companies' cyber systems where crucial coronavirus research data is stored.

• Spain, a very hard-hit country, has reported its lowest daily death toll in four weeks.

• China has been “updating” its Covid-19 numbers to reflect more deaths than first reported.

• There may be another stimulus package on the horizon. Democratic Representatives Tim Ryan (OH) and Ro Khanna (CA) have introduced new congressional legislation, the Emergency Money for the People Act, which, in its current form, would provide monthly cash payments to eligible Americans until employment returns to pre-COVID-19 levels.

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: There will likely be shortages of select items in stores in the coming months, due to slow downs of both meat processing and general manufacturing. The shortages will affect the consumer in the form of missing items and higher prices. (The slowdowns are due to coronavirus prevention measures such as reduced and staggered shifts, temporary closures, and more.)

• There may be reduced availability of things like phones and laptops due to a dip in technological imports from China.

• The illegal drug trade is suffering due to the closed borders and severed supply chains from China, where traffickers source select chemicals.

• One of the main suppliers that shut down is in Wuhan, the epicenter of the global outbreak.

Legal/Political

• 42 states have essential-services-only travel restrictions, stay-at-home orders, shelter-in- place orders, or similar official proclamations.

• 3 states have certain areas under restrictions, or entire areas under partial restrictions.

• 5 states remain with no official orders, merely advisories.

• Repeating: Ordinances vary around the nation. Some places have curfews, some have travel checkpoints and mandatory quarantine for travelers, and some places are mandating facial coverings in public. Check your local ordinances.

• Repeating: Order Enforcement: In various areas of the country, stay-at-home orders are being enforced by local police. Penalties range from warnings, to fines and/or jail time of varying degrees, dependent on local laws.

• Repeating: Many places have extended their orders and closures, but there are also efforts to reopen the economy. Protests, rallies, and petitions around the nation are increasing.

• A judge has ordered the McHenry County, Illinois board of health to disclose the names of infected individuals to emergency dispatchers so that police know when someone has the virus when they respond to a call.

• San Clemente had shut down all its parks and facilities, but when skaters ignored signs warning against trespassing at a popular skate part, the city filled it with sand to discourage skaters from violating the orders.

• New Jersey: A woman who organized a protest against the stay-at-home orders in Trenton was charged by the New Jersey State Police with violating the emergency orders.

• Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled the key criteria of his plan for reopening Pennsylvania amid the coronavirus pandemic on Friday.

• Pennsylvania’s governor outlined a six-point plan during a televised address included this point: "Fourth, reopening requires a monitoring and surveillance program that allows the Commonwealth to deploy swift actions for containment or mitigation if it’s necessary.” The specifics of this are not yet clear.

• A federal judge blocked the enforcement of Kansas’ 10-person limit on in-person attendance at religious services or activities against two churches that sued over it.

Medical

• Repeating: Furloughs of medical facility staff are still occurring nationwide.

• Some states are hoping to loosen restrictions on elective procedures soon.

Societal/General

• Repeating: Riots, standoffs, and hunger strikes are occurring in some of the nation’s prisons.

• Repeating: First responders and medical staff that test positive and/or show symptoms have to self-quarantine in many places. It has been reported that this has reduced the number of critical responders substantially in some areas. Many departments and employees are not permitted to share case numbers or other information.

• It has been noted in several areas that food distribution lines are unusually long, and that food banks are becoming more and more undersupplied, especially to meet the growing demand. A drive-thru distribution in San Antonio led to a traffic backup downtown as about 2,000 vehicles lined up for food.

• Blood donations seem to be decreasing despite precautionary measures taken at blood drives. Some places are seeing a reduction of about 50%.

• San Antonio Police Department Officers responding to calls for service or interacting with the public during police business must now wear protective eyewear and N95 masks when safe to do so. Additionally, department personnel working inside police facilities shall wear a surgical cloth mask in all situations where it is not possible to maintain a 6- foot plus social distance and when outside police facilities in public view.

• Some researchers predict that the U.S. may have to endure social distancing measures such as stay-at-home orders and school closures until 2022 if a vaccine is not quickly developed.

• Researchers believe crime is shifting. With more staying home, domestic burglary and car crimes are likely going down, but domestic violence and abuse is likely rising.

• Over 1,300 inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus across three Ohio facilities.



SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• There are continuing reports of drones or satellites in formation over various places. Purpose and relevance, if any, is still unknown. Drones in Scottsdale, AZ hovering over homes and apartment complexes in one of the wealthiest areas with relatively lower crime rates. This has been happening nightly for weeks. [Photo available on Patreon.]

• West Virginia: The governor has ordered ALL nursing home patients and employees to be tested even if they have been previously tested for Covid-19 due to discrepancies in what has been reported at this time.

INTERNATIONAL

• Brazil is digging more graves.

• Tensions continue with China around the world.

• Afghanistan’s presidential palace in Kabul has at least 40 infected staff members.

• Queensland, Australia: Tomorrow (April 20th), children of essential workers will be able to return to school. All others must continue to be homeschooled for at least 5 weeks. The federal government is planning to release what they claim is an “optional” app to track people’s movements.

• From a viewer in Quezon Province, the Philippines: Citizens have been sheltering in place for about 6 weeks. Only one member per household is permitted to leave for food or medical needs once a week. Grocery shopping is heavily regulated with armed security guards enforcing social distancing, queuing, mandatory temperature checks and alcohol shoe cleaning upon store entry. The stores are pretty well stocked currently, with the exception of bread and flour (unavailable) and fruits and vegetables (dwindling). The Filipinos are obeying the laws and regulations and remain comparatively content. The orders have been extended until the end of the month at this point, but the President also indicated that he may extend the lock down until a vaccine is discovered.

• Alberta, Canada: Hospitals are empty along with churches, but liquor stores are open. The people are hard working and independent. “If the police want to hand out tickets, they will have tired hands.” There are rallies to protest the unwanted lockdown. “People were in financial trouble before this...Now it's worse. People are getting desperate as the promises of money from the government have not been showing up. There were pipeline protests, strikes at refineries, and train blockades already shutting down the country before COVID. The last 4 plus years under socialist government have almost killed the economy in Canada and it is getting worse even without the present blight. Many people are catching on to cottage industry ideas, but they are behind the curve.”

• South Africa: The lockdown that began on the 26th of March has now been extended until the end of April. Poorer areas have showed slowed or no regard for the orders. The middle class and self-employed who have followed the government lockdown are now in huge financial trouble. Financial aid is available, but only if they are owned by 51% or more black people (Black Economic Empowerment). This of course marginalizes Indian and white minority communities by denying aid, in a country already dealing with racial issues. There are about 58 murders a day, and looting is becoming more frequent, especially in places that carry alcohol, which is currently banned. The lockdown is expected to be lifted in stages.

ACTIONABLE

• After the major storm system that swept through 8 states, many have lost businesses, homes, and even loved ones. Prayers and financial or other practical support is always a good idea. (Some have Go Fund Me sites set up, as in the case of the Meadows/Stone family. The 4-year-old son passed away and his father is still in critical condition in the hospital. As always, keep an eye out for scams.)

• 2/6 major meat packing plants are shut down due to the coronavirus. This has caused a reduction in cattle purchases at auction and a hard time for ranchers. If you have the tools, knowledge, and buyers for a large amount of beef, consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, here are some alternative sources from your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Again, keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Consider researching the possibility of probiotics and microbiome health in relation to fighting and preventing respiratory disease.

• Many people are spreading falsified posts and viral misinformation. Please verify information and sources before passing anything on.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. (“Gardening” and “firearms manufacture and sales” are sometimes deemed unessential.)

• Be aware of the huge influx of scams – Netflix “account issues”, fake CV testing, stimulus payment related scams, etc. NEW: video conferencing programs are being targeted and hacked.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• There have been reports of police impersonators pulling people over and asking for travel papers. (Note: There are some places now where real officers are legitimately pulling people over to ask where they are going. Know what is going on in your area and stay prepared, safe, and cautious.)

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• A viewer’s local rescue mission director had to get his head shaved Friday because they raised $11,615, exceeding the $10k goal. The money will be used to provide over 5,800 meals to the homeless in two local shelters.

• From a viewer in Canada: “In my MAG we are going to be expanding all food production. New garden spaces and more makeshift greenhouses made of buses, etc. We are the fortunate ones.”

• A viewer finished a chicken coop she built herself from scraps found around the yard, leftover from the previous tenant, even though she’s never built anything before. (Intel Staff Note: Saw the pics. Very impressed. Great job!)

• Small Town, Idaho: “Little MacKenzie was so sad about not getting a birthday party this year...our local Fire Department delivered balloons and a cake for her.”

• Brilliant, Alabama: Due to the cancelled graduation ceremonies, the town made banners to hang from the decorative streetlights on main street honoring each graduate with their name and picture.

• One person notes that, as bad as this whole situation is, some parts of the restrictions are “truly an introvert’s dream come true.”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

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User #33830996 - 19 Apr 20 22:26
Yup, Angus is correct.
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User #19885068 - 20 Apr 20 00:53
I don't want Angus to be correct. Very scary to me. I spent a portion of the morning praying our land would not be totally changed in this manner. As a female alone with no options for a group, it's very scary, and I am sickened to think of what my great grandchildren may grow up in. God save the US of A and bless the Republic.
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User #16520974 - 19 Apr 20 22:23
I agree with Angus
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Thank you, Bear.
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User #4840618 - 18 Apr 20 01:27
Continua quail, 18 days to hatch. Six to eight weeks to start paying eggs, and at their adult weight at eight weeks. Super fast turn around to grow more vs the 5-6 months for a non commercial chicken. They are much quieter than roosters, lol, no need to shoot to shut the up. Also the hens can lay between 200-300 eggs per year. You can't free range them is the biggest drawback.
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Have been raising/hatching/eating (eggs/meat) out Coturnix quail for 5+ years. Great advantage is relative quiet ... some stink. Tell people the birds are in the woods by your house and that you feed them cuz you love them. As for the stink: let people see you bringing in the odd small batch of manure for a garden.
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And BEES. 20 hives this year. Time consuming but the bees (like the quail) are great teaching tools for young people. (Former teacher, here)
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Cotournix quail. Autocorrect only works when you contestant it to.
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Does anyone know how I turn off the emails? I can't remember how and it's filling up my inbox.
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Turn off which emails, PP?
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Notifications of posts. I turned them off for PJF a long time ago. I just resubscribed to Bear and can't remember how to stop it.
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Washington corrections center to release 150 inmates on 4-18
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Humbled and Blessed! Thank you Bear and Bear Nation for supporting Sanctified Supply Co. Praise Yah!!!!!! Y'all stay blessed. Shalom
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Cotournix quail.
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Autocorrect only works when you don't want it to. Ugh.
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User #17725965 - 19 Apr 20 02:45
Soviero's Tri-County Garden, Main Street, High Point, NC (heirloom seeds).
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Thank you sir, great brief! Just placed my order for the Grey Bear Patch and pre-ordered 2 of those tactical Chickens!!! So Awesome!!! That blow out kit is amazing, hoping I can save up and get a couple of those as I do carry daily and need a good kit just in case. Hope you and yours are doing well and continue to be blessed. Have a great weekend!
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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/17/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,227,466 (1,506,338 active cases)

Global Deaths: 152,954

Global Recoveries: 568,174

USA Cases: 695,107 (599,384 active cases)

USA Deaths: 36,576

USA Recoveries: 59,147

• There may soon be a jump in case and death numbers in the U.S. as the CDCP told state federal health officials on Tuesday to now include probable cases in their reports, not just those confirmed by lab testing. [As we have reported, there have been many issues confirming the disease, and in some areas, labs were running out of the materials to process the many tests they were receiving.]

• Twenty million people have become unemployed within the last four months, bringing the total to about twenty-two million unemployed in the U.S.

• Again: protests, rallies, and petitions around the nation are increasing. These are occurring in Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, Texas, Wisconsin and more. After mounting pressure from Republican lawmakers, Ohio’s governor has said that some businesses could begin to reopen on May 1 . Trump’s tweets encouraging the liberation of some states have been construed as “egging on the demonstrators” by the mainstream media.

• Many believe there will be at least a meat shortage due to slower processing time and several plant closures, though there will likely be shortages of other items in stores due to similar issues at manufacturing plants. For example, egg carton or soup can manufacture slowdowns would later affect the availability and cost of eggs and canned soups to the consumer.

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Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• There has been a significant drop in imports and exports. The Port of Los Angeles has reported a drop of 30.9% in its year-to-year March volumes comparison.

• Even if public utilities are not permitted to shut off customers who cannot pay during this crisis, but it is important to note that private utility companies do not fall under the same rules. Some may still find themselves without power if they do not pay their bills.

• While one viewer reported that a McDonald's in Rochester, MN, was out of most of their breakfast menu items despite decreased demand, and a different viewer submitted photos and noted that their McDonald’s has started to limit their menu. [Pictures available on Patreon.]

• Repeating: Many parts of the supply chain must temporarily close to sanitize when an employee becomes ill, or work with partial staffing for social distancing or self-isolation reasons. This will likely have effects on the overall supply of various goods and services, particularly meat due to the long production period it requires.

Legal/Political

• 42 states have essential-services-only travel restrictions, stay-at-home orders, shelter-in- place orders, or similar official proclamations.

• 3 states have certain areas under restrictions, or entire areas under partial restrictions.

• 5 states remain with no official orders, merely advisories.

• Repeating: Many places have enacted curfews, some have begun travel checkpoints, and some areas have barred recreational travel, and others, such as Montana and Rhode Island, have enacted a mandatory 14-day quarantine for non-commercial travelers once they enter the area. The Texas Department of Public Safety began Covid-19 checkpoints on all roadways entering Texas from Louisiana.

• Repeating: Order Enforcement: In various areas of the country, stay-at-home orders are being enforced by local police. Penalties range from warnings, to fines and/or jail time of varying degrees, dependent on local laws.

• Repeating: Many school closures and executive orders have been extended across the country. Recently, Maine has extended their orders, and even in Arkansas, where there are no official orders, the government buildings have extended their “closed until” dates to “closed until further notice.” Stay-at-home orders have also been extended in New York City, a notable hotspot for Covid-19.

• Many areas are making face masks or coverings mandatory, such as San Antonio, TX and Sonoma County, CA. Check your local ordinances.

• Beaver County, PA: An ice rink has been refrozen for possible use as a contingency morgue should the outbreak create a worst-case scenario and overflow the Heritage Valley morgue and a refrigerated on-site truck. This has been part of the county’s mass fatality plan for two decades.

• Houston may be planning to spend 15.8 million by scraping different funds together for emergency housing assistance, expanded to pay for utilities and even internet.

Military

• As it is expected that D.C. will become a hotspot for the virus, the Joint Task Force National Capital Region (JTF-NCR) was activated on March 16 . The force is responsible for securing D.C. and moving key officials to alternate locations.

Medical

• There have been 68 recent deaths of residents and nurses from the facility in a small New Jersey town. The small morgue was overfull, sparking alarm in the media.

• Repeating: Furloughs of medical facility staff are still occurring nationwide.

• Remember: The reported number of positive tests is likely far lower than the current reality for several reasons. 1) Only a minority of cases are tested at all, and 2) there is a delay between administering the test and getting the results to the public. (It first must be sent to a lab, then processed, then reported to the state health department, which then reports it to the public.)

Societal/General

• Pawn shops are seeing an uptick in people seeking cash to pay bills.

• New Orleans has cancelled many festivals, and the mayor has recommended all festivals and New Orleans Saints home games to be cancelled for 2020.

• Repeating: Riots, standoffs, and hunger strikes are occurring in some of the nation’s prisons.

• Repeating: First responders and medical staff that test positive and/or show symptoms have to self-quarantine in many places. It has been reported that this has reduced the number of critical responders substantially in some areas. Many departments and employees are not permitted to share case numbers or other information.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• “The Indiana National Guard Armory in Indianapolis was observed to have eight 26ft. Box Trucks in their parking lots. One was an Enterprise rental, the rest unmarked but white in color. Parked alongside the box trucks, some 10 cargo vans and 8 National Guard branded travel trailers. This is consistent with news that the Indiana National Guard would aid in the delivery and distribution of supplies ranging from medical gear to food. No observed heightened security on base. No observed troop influx.”

• Minnesota: At Walmart, there is a security camera with loudspeakers set up in the parking lot. Message: “Thank you for shopping at Walmart. Please remember to stay 6 feet apart from other shoppers and associates. Standing closer than 6 feet, loitering inside or outside as well as nonessential shopping is strictly prohibited. Thank you for shopping at Walmart. Have a great day.” [Pic of setup available on Patreon]

• “An assistant manager with Walmart in Wichita Falls, TX just advised me to buy all the meat that I could because they are shutting down their meat processing plants. The regional manager gave this message to all the management. The warehouse has meat now, but they are not expected to receive anymore.”

• A viewer in Indiana is seeing an increase in crime and aggression among the populous. Their MAG is now open carrying, which so far seems to be an effective deterrent.

• A sheriff interviewed on the radio said Michigan state has instructed Sheriff Departments to watch for out-of-state license plates at houses, to stop and check the driver’s license of person who owns the vehicle, and if the driver’s license is an out-of-state license, they are to instruct them to leave the state. Four Sheriffs have sent a letter refusing to enforce this in northern Michigan.

• Support for the homeless is drying up.

• Several residents in Wisconsin have received single masks that look like they are in used condition. Shipped from Shanghai China. None were ordered. [Bear Nation: If you have experienced this or something similar, please let us know.]

INTERNATIONAL

• Tensions between China and other countries around the globe are ramping up.

• The U.K. has extended its shelter-in-place orders.

ACTIONABLE

• After the major storm system that swept through 8 states, many have lost businesses, homes, and even loved ones. Prayers and financial or other practical support is always a good idea. (Some have Go Fund Me sites set up, as in the case of the Meadows/Stone family. The 4-year-old son passed away and his father is still in critical condition in the hospital. As always, keep an eye out for scams.)

• 2/6 major meat packing plants are shut down due to the coronavirus. This has caused a reduction in cattle purchases at auction and a hard time for ranchers. If you have the tools, knowledge, and buyers for a large amount of beef, consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, here are some alternative sources from your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Again, keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Consider researching the possibility of probiotics and microbiome health in relation to fighting and preventing respiratory disease.

• Many people are spreading falsified posts and viral misinformation. Please verify information and sources before passing anything on.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. (“Gardening” and “firearms manufacture and sales” are sometimes deemed unessential.)

• Be aware of the huge influx of scams – Netflix “account issues”, fake CV testing, stimulus payment related scams, etc. NEW: video conferencing programs are being targeted and hacked.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• There have been reports of police impersonators pulling people over and asking for travel papers. (Note: There are some places now where real officers are legitimately pulling people over to ask where they are going. Know what is going on in your area and stay prepared, safe, and cautious.)

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• A small-town police department in Maryland has reminded residents to wear pants while checking the mail, yet another sign that many people working during stay-at-home orders are dressing casually, if they're getting dressed at all. “Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox. You know who you are. This is your final warning,” the Taneytown Police Department wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday.

• A 93-year-old grandmother in Seminole, Pa. went viral last week after a relative shared her photo with a Coors Light in hand and a plea written on a white board: "I NEED MORE BEER!!" She later received a massive Coors Light delivery to her door.

• “Every dime of the stimulus money has or will go to tangible assets like a Stihl farm boss chainsaw, new chicken run to be constructed, and three more raised garden beds I’m constructing this weekend, as well as a couple of other things planned. Time at home is more peaceful. Busy, but peaceful all at the same time. I’m not really a religious man Bear, but you’re growing on me there. Bless all of you.”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

Check out the forums at Bear Independent.com!

Newly available on Patreon:

A General Warrant for a county enabling the removal of non-compliant Covid-19 positive individuals.

Screen captures of Facebook taking down rally group pages, and of Facebook asking a user about health of community members.

A small farmer’s perspective on food and rationing policies.

Statements given to police department from a nursing facility with abnormally high death counts.

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User #19885068 - 18 Apr 20 02:01
Thank you, Bear and Dance Monkeys - you rock! Your daily news blast greatly appreciated.
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User #7374457 - 17 Apr 20 23:11
Those security cameras have been up in the Springfield MO Walmarts for over a year due to high crime.
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User #22071521 - 19 Apr 20 02:25
Re: the PSAs in the Walmart Parking Lot in Minnesota; can confirm the same setup and message in Florida
Women’s Group Wednesday (!!!) 2020-04-16T00:45:44+00:00

This is a Zoom meeting facilitated by Renee; Hommy will be there as well. Starts at 8 pm central, 9 pm eastern. Click the link:

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User #28408469 - 16 Apr 20 00:52
It’s saying address invalid 🤔 Do I need to download zoom?
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User #19443304 - 16 Apr 20 00:47
Ahhhh no fair yall get hommy we get.... the bear..... lol enjoy yall yah bless
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User #21381021 - 16 Apr 20 01:38
Clicked Join Audio multiple times. May be something on my end. Maybe next time.
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User #13001648 - 16 Apr 20 01:04
Did it start? My wife said she is waiting to be let on.
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tjmorrisntxmag - 16 Apr 20 00:48
Starts at 8 pm central 9 pm eastern
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User #17082390 - 16 Apr 20 01:30
Zooms not working for her.
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User #19885068 - 16 Apr 20 02:14
ROFL- Y'all think I'm a boy? Long, long way from that! Sorry I could no t introduce myself- I am using a computer, a whole computer, with no camera or microphone. Sorry - I don't have a laptop or a smart phone so can only listen and watch. A boy - lol - still chuckling. As to who is oldest there - guess what?
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User #33685854 - 17 Apr 20 01:17
Ok I will bite I am 82,
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User #19885068 - 17 Apr 20 19:34
Oh, Al! Shame on you! That post was only for the women's group! LOL I will only say this: If, only IF, you were a member of the women's group, you just might win the mentioned high mark! Bless you, brother.
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User #21381021 - 16 Apr 20 01:31
No sound. Sorry to miss it.
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User #17082390 - 16 Apr 20 00:56
I was about to hand my phone to my wifeee Rachel.... But decided it's wouldn't be fair ,,,, stand by she's setting up her own account!
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User #18635597 - 16 Apr 20 02:34
That was AWESOME!!!
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User #13392226 - 16 Apr 20 00:58
Trying to convince my wife to jump on. But well see
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User #20212684 - 16 Apr 20 10:56
We would love to have her join us
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User #19094333 - 16 Apr 20 01:19
Heck yeah! I'm glad to see the growth. Praise יהוה צבאות Yahweh Tsevaot.
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User #4786585 - 16 Apr 20 00:50
I'm glad you are doing this!
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User #21208405 - 16 Apr 20 02:04
How did I miss this?! Can't wait for the next one.
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User #4828565 - 16 Apr 20 01:00
This zoom thing is all new to me. Hope I dont mess it up. Hahaha
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User #13001648 - 16 Apr 20 00:50
Just sent the link to my wife.
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User #18635597 - 16 Apr 20 00:49
What is the meeting password?
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User #20212684 - 16 Apr 20 10:57
2717
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User #17082390 - 16 Apr 20 01:34
She Got it.... Susan bottom left click " join audio"
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User #7374457 - 16 Apr 20 00:47
I feel left out. Let's start Whiskey Wednesday! 😁🤪🤠🇺🇸😎😷
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User #9355860 - 16 Apr 20 01:28
TRying to get there but pw is a nightmare and won’t lrt you copy.
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User #14500457 - 16 Apr 20 01:45
Hey this is American Prepper. Finally logged back into Patreon.!! Loved you video today about community
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User #27318881 - 16 Apr 20 01:50
Joined the patreon family bears since I really appreciate what you do and that ever so often needed prayer. Jesus has been keeping me alive through a lot and I feel more blessed being part of things that lead me on his path rather then off it. Lots of love from Bastrop Texas!
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User #15319743 - 16 Apr 20 02:19
Question of the Day, Does a Bear pee of the porch?
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User #21204720 - 16 Apr 20 14:00
I think a Bear goes wherever a bear goes! 😎
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User #16669780 - 16 Apr 20 05:32
In the same speech where Trump announced that the US would no longer be providing funding to the WHO, he also announced that all funds received from tariffs on food to or from china would be distributed directly to farmers in the US (over $500 billion). Those funds would be distributed to the farmers through the USDA.
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User #29277014 - 16 Apr 20 01:36
How long to be worried about global food production? Answer, how long to plan to be alive?
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User #21204720 - 15 Apr 20 23:45
Hey Bear! 👍
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Lots of pics today, Bear Nation.

Shoutout to the dance monkeys at intel@bearindependent.com for doing such an awesome job on today’s report; if you have intel to share, or would just like to pass on an encouraging word, drop em an email :)

Shoutout to Y’ALL for all the great intel and for supporting all of us here at Bear Independent! Our Patrons rock! Y’all are the economic engine of the Bear Nation and we couldn’t do what we do without y’all.

As always, as thanks to you, your promo code at the Bear store is “Patreon10” for 10% off anything in the store, including BearFAKs and Bear Minimums. We would humbly ask that, if you’re looking for a place to spend some stimulus money, you consider us.

Please remember that we are neither an intelligence agency nor a news agency; we are facilitating the sharing of inte among the Bear Nation to the best of our ability.

Programming note: tomorrow is a high sabbath for us; no brief tomorrow but we will see you on Friday before sundown.

Shalom and blessings!

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BEAR INDEPENDENT INTEL REPORT

4/15/2020 OVERVIEW

• The number of confirmed cases worldwide and in the U.S. continues to climb. As of the time of this reporting, the official numbers are as follows:

Global Cases: 2,073,568

Global Deaths: 134,020

Global Recoveries: 509,067

USA Cases: 641,410

USA Deaths: 28,394

USA Recoveries: 48,131

• Protests, rallies, and petitions around the nation have begun and are increasing rapidly. These are occurring in Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, Texas and more.

• President Trump announced that he is halting funding to the World Health Organization due to the handling of the coronavirus. This has drawn condemnation from many advisors and prominent figures.

• Between Sunday and Monday, a severe storm system with tornadoes has affected a long string of 8 states from Texas to the Atlantic. 33 people were killed, many injured, the power grid for 1.2 million homes and businesses was affected, and at least 300 homes were damaged or destroyed in Monroe, Louisiana alone. Drone footage shows significant damage to buildings in Chattanooga, TN. So far, emergency response does not seem affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. [Note: This is the same storm system we reported on yesterday before the extent of the damage was complete.]

• The federal government has begun the process of depositing the stimulus checks to eligible taxpayers. Those who already have direct deposit set up with the IRS will receive them sooner.

2+ ACCOUNTS

Continuity of Infrastructure/Supply Chains

• Repeating: Many parts of the supply chain must temporarily close to sanitize when an employee becomes ill, or work with partial staffing for social distancing or self-isolation reasons. This will likely have effects on the overall supply of various goods and services, particularly meat due to the long production period it requires.

• A poll of 500 small businesses showed that 43% say they won’t survive without an economic change and/or some sort of government assistance and/or change in economic conditions.

• U.S. Airlines are asking for permission from the FAA to fly cargo in the main deck with the passenger seats removed. A decision is expected soon.

Legal/Political

• 42 states have essential-services-only travel restrictions, stay-at-home orders, shelter-in- place orders, or similar official proclamations.

• 3 states have certain areas under restrictions, or entire areas under partial restrictions.

• 5 states remain with no official orders, merely advisories.

• Repeating: Many places have enacted curfews, some have begun travel checkpoints, and some areas have barred recreational travel, and others, such as Montana and Rhode Island, have enacted a mandatory 14-day quarantine for non-commercial travelers once they enter the area. The Texas Department of Public Safety began COVID-19 checkpoints on all roadways entering Texas from Louisiana.

• Repeating: Order Enforcement: In various areas of the country, stay-at-home orders are being enforced by local police. Penalties range from warnings, to fines and/or jail time of varying degrees, dependent on local laws.

• Repeating: Many school closures and executive orders have been extended across the country. Recently, Maine has extended their orders, and even in Arkansas, where there are no official orders, the government buildings have extended their “closed until” dates to “closed until further notice.”

• Austin and Travis Counties in Texas have made face masks mandatory.

• Pennsylvania has enacted protocols for essential businesses to follow, such as the mandatory wearing of masks, the staggering of shifts, and the implementation of virtual technologies for business meetings.

• The Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill to reopen businesses IF they follow CDC guidelines.

• California’s governor has announced that one-time payments of $500 will be given to undocumented immigrants in the state in response to the fiscal concerns stemming from the pandemic.

Military

• Several reports and photos of drones and/or possible TR3-Bs. Purpose unknown. Media available on Patreon.

Medical

• Furloughs of medical facility staff are still occurring nationwide.

• Remember: The reported number of positive tests is likely far lower than the current reality for several reasons. 1) Only a minority of cases are tested at all, and 2) there is a delay between administering the test and getting the results to the public. (It first must be sent to a lab, then processed, then reported to the state health department, which then reports it to the public.)

Societal/General

• An inmate released from a Florida jail due to the coronavirus crisis is now back in jail, accused of murdering a man the day after his release.

• Hundreds are lining up at the Central Texas Food Bank. Similar footage has been seen of other food banks in select areas around the nation. Some unofficial estimates show the unemployment rate nearing 15% in the U.S.

• Repeating: Riots, standoffs, and hunger strikes are occurring in some of the nation’s prisons.

• Repeating: First responders and medical staff that test positive and/or show symptoms have to self-quarantine in many places. It has been reported that this has reduced the number of critical responders substantially in some areas. Many departments and employees are not permitted to share case numbers or other information.

SINGLE ACCOUNTS, INSIDER INTEL, & MISCELLANEOUS

• One viewer is a member of the private ReopenNC Facebook group. It grew to over 25,000 members in just a matter of days. There were “many personal stories of economic ruin, trampled rights, and immoral actions as a result of his draconian measures...The moderators took all the necessary and appropriate steps to conduct [the] rally and were met with threats of arrest by the Raleigh Police Department.” The post from the Raleigh Police Department asserting that the citizens’ First Amendment right to ”peaceably assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” is in violation of the governor’s executive order and is “non-essential” can be found on Patreon.

• In Columbus, OH, the police department has been advised to issue citations for groups violating the social distancing order, as warnings are not proving effective.


INTERNATIONAL

• In the UK, there has been a recall of duty for retired police officers. (It appears the U.S. is considering similar action.)

ACTIONABLE

• 2/6 major meat packing plants are shut down due to the coronavirus. This has caused a reduction in cattle purchases at auction and a hard time for ranchers. If you have the tools, knowledge, and buyers for a large amount of beef, consider forming a group and contacting a local cattle farmer to buy live and direct, and set up a group processing day with your MAG. Cheaper meat for you, support for a struggling farmer.

• If you cannot obtain seed in your area, here are some alternative sources from your pantry: dry beans, seeds found inside ripe squash and tomatoes, potatoes that are left to sprout “eyes”, and so forth.

• Again, keep H.R.5717 and S.3254 on your radar and contact your representatives.

• Consider researching the possibility of probiotics and microbiome health in relation to fighting and preventing respiratory disease.

• Many people are spreading falsified posts and viral misinformation. Please verify information and sources before passing anything on.

• Contact your representatives to protect gun stores from closures and to protect the right to grow your own food. (“Gardening” and “firearms manufacture and sales” are sometimes deemed unessential.)

• Be aware of the huge influx of scams – Netflix “account issues”, fake CV testing, stimulus payment related scams, etc. NEW: video conferencing programs are being targeted and hacked.

• Support medical care workers. They are bearing the brunt of this and could really use your encouragement.

• There have been reports of police impersonators pulling people over and asking for travel papers. (Note: There are some places now where real officers are legitimately pulling people over to ask where they are going. Know what is going on in your area and stay prepared, safe, and cautious.)

• Again, please consider not taking NSAIDs if you feel ill. It has been reported that these make the symptoms and outcomes of the virus worse.

• Research and consider using HEPA cloth vacuum bags in DIY mask design, as that material may filter an equal or higher percentage of materials than the typical N95 mask. Also, another viewer says that 2 layers of blue shop rags may filter to 93-95 percent.

(Note: We at Bear Independent are not giving medical advice, merely passing on potentially helpful suggestions.)

SILVER LININGS

• Saint Luke's Health System is working with nearly 40 different agencies on both sides of the Missouri/Kansas state line to provide drive-thru virus testing for first responders.

• Volunteer pilots with a Kansas City based charity “Angel Flight Central” are now running PPE support missions to local hospitals and other charities.

• “I’m able to provide a place to stay for extended family .... When I started building my house 4 years ago the power company refused to run power to my house because of the square footage and the fact I wasn’t going to have [a] conventional HVAC system. So, I went fully off-grid. Now I’m the only house with power in the area.”

USEFUL RESOURCES

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america https://


www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/ https://

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html

https://suayla.com/pages/suay-community-mask-coalition

NOTES

Checkout the forums at Bear Independent.com!

Grindstone Ministries is currently looking for:

-An Attorney

-A Grant Writer

If you or someone you know could fill this need, please reach out at ntxmag@gmail.com

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User #8656302 - 17 Apr 20 12:49
I know it needed to be done but it won't change Queen Whitnit's mind.
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User #17274025 - 16 Apr 20 00:49
What are those airplanes? Or drones? Where were those pics taken? I live in southern mo and have seen lots of those a10? Warthogs. And theres been lots of random sonic booms. Why do we need the airforce to fight a virus?
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User #32599425 - 16 Apr 20 01:03
Someone was taking snapshots at Groom Lake Proving Grounds(Area51) lol!
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User #9355860 - 24 Apr 20 11:49
Always work to be done and then you start over again. LOL nice job💕
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User #14847172 - 24 Apr 20 14:10
"I don't hear any screaming yet"....Bear, Apr 2020. I just love when toddling is going on.
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User #25274251 - 24 Apr 20 11:28
Fun on the Homestead,
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User #32861498 - 24 Apr 20 22:33
Aspen is so adorable 😍
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User #4784643 - 24 Apr 20 11:57
Our goats always want to get inside too. Just kidding. 🐐I crack myself up sometimes.
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User #32753092 - 24 Apr 20 21:42
Just received my grey bear patch and tactical chicken stickers, right on my birthday!!! Thank you!!!!
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