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    Bear Independent Podcast Interview Grindstone Ministries

    Bear Independent Podcast Interview Grindstone Ministries



    Bear Independent joins us for an exclusive interview on the Wolf Pack Podcast.   

    Bear Independent 


    Grindstone Ministries https://grindstoneministries.com/ 

    Refuge Medical https://www.refugemedical.com/ 

    Who is Bear Independent? ​TJ Morris is a servant of The Most High, a husband and father; managing partner of several international entrepreneurial ventures; a business consultant; personal coach, YouTube creator, Podcast host, radio personality, homesteader, carpenter, electrician, and originator of "Tactical Muppet Face." He and his family, flocks, herds, and gaggles of business ventures maintain the Land of Almost Homestead in ArklaTexaHomas, USA.  

    Grindstone Ministries is an Oklahoma-based 501(c)(3)non-profit organization. Grindstone was founded in 2019 to provide disaster relief and construction services to those most affected by devastating storms. To that end, Grindstone has deployed more than 30 times in the last three years to serve others by performing work as varied as a complete home makeover for a single mom with 3 kids whose house was destroyed by flooding, to disaster cleanup and critical materials distribution during the recent tornadoes in Kentucky.  

    Grindstone also blesses other ministries and like-minded organizations with labor, materials, and equipment when the Father provides the opportunity. With the Father’s guidance, Grindstone Ministries has grown from an all-volunteer organization to include two full-time staff to better facilitate ongoing and future projects as well as to coordinate and communicate with the blessing that is our army of volunteers.  

    Kaleb House was established while on mission with Grindstone Ministries at Bethany House (a restoration facility for juvenile human trafficking survivors), Grindstone leadership was so moved by the plight of those involved, that we became convicted to not only complete the construction of Bethany House so that it could become operational, but to build our own restoration facility to help those child survivors of human trafficking. To that end, in 2021, we founded our second 501(c)(3) organization: Kaleb House. This Kaleb House organization provides a covering for abused and trafficked children and will allow them to grow and learn in a safe home-like environment. 

      @BearIndependent  #prepping #prepper #god #jesus #christian #christianity

    • 42 min
    RED DAWN ALERT! China Nukes Now Surpass USA

    RED DAWN ALERT! China Nukes Now Surpass USA



    So basically, there are nine countries that have intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). Russia has the most, but the USA is a close second. However, apparently ours are more advanced, but who knows if that even matters. China is in third place with just 550 ICBMs, which is less than one-tenth of what we have, so there's nothing to worry about, right?  

    Well, not exactly. It turns out that China actually has more land-based ICBM launchers than the US, according to a letter that the US Strategic Command sent to Congress on Feb 7. This means that the number of ICBMs we thought China had is probably wrong, and they may have more than we thought.  

    And here's the really freaky part: Chinese ICBMs can reach anywhere in the US, including the three air force bases where we store 400 of our ICBMs. China has also built 360 more ICBM launchers/silos in western China, which contain DF-41 ICBMs that can carry up to ten warheads each. They've also increased their production of fissile material, which means they can make nukes faster than you can order a Big Mac.  

    But it gets even worse. China has tunnel-based mobile railroad launchers for their land-based ICBMs, so they can transport them underground without anyone detecting them. And they refuse to join the START treaty, which Russia recently pulled out of.  

    All of this is making tensions with China even more concerning. We've had incidents like the Chinese spy balloon passing over one of our strategic missile air force bases, and there's the issue of strengthening China-Russia relations in Ukraine. Plus, we're sending troops to Taiwan to help train their military and deter China's potential invasion.  

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-has-more-icbm-launchers-than-u-s-american-military-reports-11675779463 https://nationalinterest.org/print/feature/chinese-spy-balloon%E2%80%99s-hidden-threat-america-206219 https://armedservices.house.gov/sites/republicans.armedservices.house.gov/files/HASC%20Response%20-%20China%20ICBM%20Notification.pdf https://www.belfercenter.org/publication/chinas-underground-great-wall-subterranean-ballistic-missiles https://npolicy.org/henry-sokolski-presentation-on-chinas-civil-nuclear-sector-plowshares-to-swords/ https://www.reuters.com/world/china-likely-have-1500-nuclear-warheads-by-2035-pentagon-2022-11-29/ https://nypost.com/2023/02/23/us-to-ramp-up-troop-numbers-in-taiwan-report/  @FoxNews   @CNN   @DeptofDefense   @ABCNews   @news   @CBSNews   @NBCNews   @WhiteHouse   @NewsmaxTV   @oann    #news #breakingnews #foxnews #cnn

    • 8 min
    HOMELAND ALARM! Power Grid Down - Who is Really to Blame for Attacks

    HOMELAND ALARM! Power Grid Down - Who is Really to Blame for Attacks



    There have been several reports on the vulnerability of the US power grid, highlighting the potential for cyberattacks, physical attacks, and natural disasters to disrupt the country's electricity supply. Here are some key findings from recent reports:  

    The US power grid is highly interconnected, which increases its vulnerability to cascading failures. According to a 2018 report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, a major disruption in one part of the grid can quickly spread to other areas, potentially causing widespread blackouts.  

    Cybersecurity threats are a growing concern for the US power grid. In a 2020 report, the Department of Energy's Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response identified several potential cyberattack scenarios, including ransomware attacks, phishing campaigns, and supply chain attacks.  

    Physical attacks on power infrastructure, such as substations and transmission lines, can also cause significant disruptions. A 2017 report by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission found that coordinated attacks on just nine of the country's 55,000 substations could cause a nationwide blackout.  

    Natural disasters, such as hurricanes, wildfires, and severe weather events, can also pose a significant risk to the power grid. In a 2019 report, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory found that climate change could increase the frequency and severity of extreme weather events, potentially leading to more frequent and prolonged power outages.  

    The Russian attack on the Ukrainian power grid that occurred in December 2015. The attack was carried out by a group of hackers who gained access to the computer systems of several Ukrainian power companies, allowing them to remotely control the grid and disrupt the flow of electricity to over 200,000 customers. The Ukrainian government has accused Russia of being behind the attack, but the Russian government has denied any involvement.  

    This attack was one of the first instances of a cyberattack on a national power grid, and it highlighted the vulnerability of critical infrastructure to cyber threats. Since then, there have been several other attacks on power grids around the world, underscoring the need for increased cybersecurity measures to protect these essential systems.  

    The majority of power plants in the United States are thermal power plants that generate electricity by burning fossil fuels like coal, natural gas, and oil. However, there are also a growing number of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power plants, as well as hydroelectric power plants that generate electricity by harnessing the power of moving water. 

     Some sources: https://www.energy.gov/ceser/energy-security https://www.npr.org/2023/01/30/1152448772/recent-attacks-on-electric-substations-have-the-department-of-energy-concerned https://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.php?id=427&t=3   @FoxNews   @CNN   @oann   @news   @CBSNews   @NBCNews   @NewsmaxTV   @TheEpochTimesNews  #news #breakingnews #prepping #foxnews #cbsnews #epochtimes #newsmax

    • 9 min
    Big Meat Exploiting Child Labor for Profit

    Big Meat Exploiting Child Labor for Profit



    "Big Meat" is a term used to describe the major corporations that dominate the global meat industry. These companies are often criticized for their practices, including concerns over animal welfare, environmental impact, and the health effects of consuming large amounts of meat.  

    Some of the largest companies in the "Big Meat" industry include:  

    1. Tyson Foods: Tyson Foods is one of the largest meat processing companies in the world, with operations in beef, pork, and chicken processing. The company also produces prepared foods and has a significant presence in international markets.  

    2. JBS USA: JBS USA is the second-largest meat packing company in the United States by volume. They are the largest world-wide.  

    3. Cargill: Cargill is a multinational corporation that operates in a variety of industries, including agriculture and food processing. Cargill is one of the largest meat processors in the world, with a significant presence in the United States and Europe.  

    In 2019, Tyson Foods committed to a set of principles and guidelines for responsible labor practices, including a commitment to eliminating child labor in its operations and supply chains.  

    Similarly, JBS has committed to a set of responsible labor practices that includes a zero-tolerance policy for child labor, and the company has implemented a number of initiatives to promote ethical labor practices and prevent child labor in its operations and supply chains.  

    Apparently these policies are just for show. Consumers can play a role in this by choosing to support companies that prioritize responsible labor practices and by advocating for stronger labor laws and enforcement. Let big food know where you stand by voting with your dollars.     @USDepartmentofLabor   @BeyondMeat   @ImpossibleFoodsYT   @tysonfoods   @Cargill   @FoxNews   @CNN   @ABCNews   @news   @CBSNews   @NBCNews   @NewsmaxTV   @oann   @TheEpochTimesNews  #news #breakingnews #foxnews #cnn

    • 6 min
    NYPrepper Greg - Prepping and Survival - Attacks on the Power Grid

    NYPrepper Greg - Prepping and Survival - Attacks on the Power Grid



    Greg tells us that one of his major concerns is is the fragility of our power grid and how we leave it open to attack. This is not without reason. There have been attacks on the power grid in the USA in the past.   

    Here is an example: 

    Metcalf sniper attack: In April 2013, a single unknown attacker fired more than 100 rounds of ammunition into transformers at the Metcalf Transmission Substation in California, causing over $15 million in damage. This attack was considered to be a significant threat to the power grid, as the substation provided power to Silicon Valley and other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area.   


    Ukraine power grid attack: In December 2015, a group of hackers, believed to be associated with the Russian government, launched a cyberattack on the power grid in Ukraine, causing a widespread blackout that lasted for several hours. The attack was carried out by compromising the computer systems of several energy companies, allowing the hackers to remotely control the power grid and shut off the electricity supply.  

    Not just deliberate attacks, the grid is also prone to natural disasters: Dallas tornado of 2019: In October 2019, a tornado struck Dallas, Texas, causing significant damage to the power grid in the area. Over 200,000 homes and businesses lost power, and some areas were without electricity for several days.  

    The best recent example wasn't just an inconvenient loss of power, but also result in substantial loss of life.  

    California wildfires: In recent years, wildfires in California have caused significant damage to the power grid, with high winds knocking down power lines and triggering blackouts. In 2018, the Camp Fire destroyed over 18,000 structures and caused 85 deaths, with some of the fires thought to have been caused by power lines owned by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E).  

    These are just a few examples of the past attacks and incidents that have affected the power grid in the USA. Imagine what an organize attack could do.  Greg has dedicated his YouTube channel to helping people prepare for natural or man-made disasters and possible hard times coming.    @NYPrepper  #nyprepper #prepping #prepper #survival

    • 34 min
    Ukraine's Hidden Agenda Has Cost US Tax Payers $50 Billion!

    Ukraine's Hidden Agenda Has Cost US Tax Payers $50 Billion!



    So, why hasn't Ukraine joined NATO yet? Well, there are a few reasons. For starters, Ukraine has had a lot of political drama in the past few years, with things like the Orange Revolution and the Euromaidan protests. That makes it tough to have a stable political environment, which is something NATO wants to see.  

    Another issue is that Ukraine's military isn't quite up to NATO's standards yet. They've been working on reforms since 2014, but they've still got a ways to go when it comes to modernization and working well with NATO forces.  

    And finally, not everyone in Ukraine is on board with joining NATO. Some people think it could threaten their country's independence. Of course all of this has changed of late with NATO being critical in Ukraine's fight against Russia.  

    So, all in all, there are a lot of factors at play here. It remains to be seen whether or not Ukraine will eventually join NATO, but they're certainly working on it. One thing is for sure. NATO member or not, Ukraine is certainly being supported by the NATO allies. 


    In 2014, Russia annexed Crimea, which had been part of Ukraine. There were a lot of factors at play, but one of the main reasons was concerns in Russia that Ukraine might move too far towards the West and potentially join NATO, which would be seen as a threat to Russian security. So, in response, Russia sent in troops and held a referendum in Crimea, which was widely seen as illegitimate by the international community.   

    Ukraine has stated that it wants Crimea back and views Russia's annexation of the region as a violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity. The annexation was not recognized by most of the international community, and Ukraine has previously sought to regain control of the region through diplomatic means. That has all changed with the Ukraine's new found confidence and the backing of big brother NATO. They are now in a position to retake Crimea by force.  

    Russia has already made a number of military threats to the US and its allies, including the deployment of new nuclear weapons. With the recent escalations, should we be preparing for a US war with Russia?  

    Sources: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/02/15/blinken-crimea-ukraine-putin-00083149 https://www.ifw-kiel.de/topics/war-against-ukraine/ukraine-support-tracker/ #news #breakingnews #foxnews #cnn #russiaukrainewar #ww3 #ukrainewar #ukraine #russia #prepping #survival

    • 4 min

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