Friday, December 13, 2013

The Pirate Bay keeps moving

Last week The Pirate bay had to change domains once again because of anti piracy groups pressure,
and now, they did it again...

Now they are located in a domain from Peru, so they new url is

Anyway, they claim they are coding a "PirateBrowser" that will allow to have distributed websites in
the peer-to-peer network, at the moment doesn't seems to be many details about it, but they claim that
the Peruvian domain will work until the "PirateBrowser" is ready.

If you ask me I'll rather just go to the hidden service in the Tor network, you can visit it using Tor at
http://uj3wazyk5u4hnvtk.onion/ or visit it directly from the clearnet using

EDIT : .pe domain is down after just a few days and TPB moved to .gy, is time to use the hidden
service guys.

EDIT 2 : .gy was took down too so they are back at Sweden with .se


Sunday, December 8, 2013

Reduce your online traces with DuckDuckGo

Lately I've trying to reduce the signature I'm leaving online with Google following me everywhere I
go, and is pretty hard, specially for email, I'll let you know if I found a solution.

Escaping from Google to go to other US provider/host won't solve anything, US gov can still analyze
your traffic and can access the provider's internal network and DBs.

You don't know what I'm talking about? All of that was leaked by Edward Snowden, you can check
this nice article at the Washinton Post about it.

Anyway, this is an easy step everyone can take to stop being related to everything they search, which
could have nasty results, you can see this great infographic explaining why:

To start trying it just go to and in the bottom right corner there is an option
to configure it as your browser default search engine.
The first days your fingers will try to type google as soon as you open a new tab, but try to resist it :D

DuckDuckGo as a lot of great functionalities, for instance I love the !bangs, that is using something
like !a to search directly in Amazon, !yt to search directly in Youtube etc.
It also supports the classic keywords like 'site:' or 'inurl:'

Besides by default it will run using HTTPS, not like other services where you need to configure it

And there is another great advantage, you can use it directly from the Tor network as it also runs as
an hidden service!

Give it a try, I really liked it

Friday, November 29, 2013

Two months into Crossfit


Today I wanted to share with you my experience training Crossfit.

I did weightlifting for a long time, but it started to become a pain in the ass to go to the gym, it was so
boring I wanted to go home as soon as I crossed the door.
So I decided to take a break for a month, after that month I came back, and guess what? I just got as
bored as before, so I decided to quit.

I knew I had to do something for my body, but I didn't know what, and it was then when I found out
about Crossfit.
Being the information consuming machine I am, I started reading all I could find about it, and
discovered that there is people who absolutely love it and people who absolutely hate it.

People who hate it says its because Crossfiters forget about form just to get more repetitions, that
they push their bodies to unhealthy extremes and that because of that injury risk is bigger.

Choosing the right Box (Gym), knowing your body and training thoughtfully you can avoid all those
problems and enjoy the results of training in "Constantly varied, functional movements, performed at
high intensity in order to increase work capacity over broad time and modal domains".

Most Boxes offer a free one week trial, so I took it.
My first day I was gladly surprised by how welcoming and cohesive the group was, I found the "Box
rules" most of them were funny, but I remember one saying "If your partner faints or vomit, don't 
worry, he is just resting", and then there was a big sign saying "Leave your ego at the door".

After stretching, the professor explained the WOD (Workout Of the Day) that are the exercises we
are going to do that day, the WOD changes everyday and you never know it until you get into the
box, and usually last between 15 and 30 minutes, depending on the specific WOD and your fitness

Usually in a WOD you do an exercise and when the involved muscles are so tired you need to rest
you move to a different exercise, that way the muscles can recover but you cardiorespiratory system

Check this short video to see what a WOD is about:

In my first week of training I was feeling dizzy in the middle of the WODs, other times it felt like I
was training with a plastic bag in my head, even as I breathed through my mouth and nose it seemed
that the incoming air couldn't provide all oxygen my body needed.

Two months later it's the same LOL, well kinda...

The big difference is that I noticed my cardio improved a lot, also my strength, as I started doing the
exercises with more weight and started training 4 days a week instead of just 2 and my beer fueled
belly started to disappear even as I gained 4 lbs, probably muscle mass.

But the idea of Crossfit is to take your body to YOUR limit every WOD, so even as you get better
and stronger if you push yourself you'll find you run out of breath and go to failure in the lasts reps.

Also, besides training your body you'll train your mind, it's hard to continue when it screams you to
stop, your muscles hurt, your lungs beg for oxygen and your heart beats like a machine gun going
cyclic, only being focused in accomplishing your goals will allow you to finish.

Crossfit isn't for everyone, you need an special  personality type to survive it, but the results you can
appreciate in your body and mind are well worth the price.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Patriot Dawn: Free Kindle Download – Sat/Sun Nov 23/24

Patriot Dawn: The Resistance Rises’ will be available for FREE download on Kindle this weekend
November 23/24.

In this novel you can see applied the concepts you can learn in ‘Contact! A Tactical Manual for Post
Collapse Survival.

Also don't forget to check Max Velocity awesome blog at:

Book synopsis:

The United States has descended into Civil War. The storm was rising for some time, a Resistance in 
the hearts of American Patriots to the strangulation of liberty by creeping authoritarianism. The 
scene was set. It just took a little push. A terrorist attack on the United States leads to war with Iran, 
followed by collapse, as the economy goes over the cliff. The final blow is a widespread opportunistic 
Chinese cyber attack, taking down the North American Power Grid. From the ashes, the Regime 
emerges. Liberty is dead. What remains of the United States of America is polarized. The Resistance 
Rises. Jack Berenger is a former Army Ranger Captain, living in northern Virginia with his family. 
Following the collapse, they fall foul of Regime violence and evacuate to the farm of an old Army 
friend. Jack is recruited into the resistance, to train the fledgling forces in the Shenandoah Valley. 

The fight begins. 
Live hard, Die Free. Resist.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Introduction to Bitcoin

Hey guys

Lately everyone talks about Bitcoins but not many really understand what a Bitcoin is, and I don't
mean the inner workings that are way too complicated dealing with mathematics and cryptography,
but their simple usage or understanding about the implications of such system.

At there is an excellent intro to what Bitcoin is that I wanted to share with you

Introduction to Bitcoin

Forget most things you've heard.  

People discover Bitcoin in a variety of ways, but usually pick up some sort of misconception like 
"Bitcoin gives free money to people with computers" or "in order to use Bitcoin I have to use a 
program that wastes electricity for nothing" along the way.  Here is a good summary to help you 
understand Bitcoin in general, by focusing on what Bitcoin is and what problem it solves.  
These two things are not typically well explained on most websites, and it is difficult to appreciate 
just how effective a technology Bitcoin is until they are understood.

What Bitcoin is:  

An agreement amongst a community of people to use 21 million secure  mathematical 
tokens--"bitcoins"--as money, like traditional African and Asian societies used the
money cowry.  

Unlike the money cowry:
  • there will never be more bitcoins
  • they are impossible to counterfeit
  • they can be divided into as small of pieces as you want
  • and they can be transferred instantly across great distances via a digital connection such as the internet.

This is accomplished by the use of powerful cryptography many times stronger than that used by 

banks.  Instead of simply being "sent" coins have to be cryptographically signed over from one entity 
to another, essentially putting a lock and key on each token so that bitcoins can be securely backed up 
in multiple places, and so that copying doesn't increase the amount you own.

Because bitcoins are given their value by the community, they don't need to be accepted by anyone

else or backed by any authority to succeed.  They are like a local currency except much, much more
effective and local to the whole world.  As an example of how effective the community is at "backing" 
the bitcoin: on April 4th 2011 30,000 bitcoins were abruptly sold on the largest Bitcoin exchange, 
consuming nearly all "buy" offers on the order book and dropping the price by nearly 1/3.  But within 
a couple of days, the price on the exchange had fully rebounded and bitcoins were again trading at 
good volumes, with large "buy" offers slowly replacing the ones consumed by the trades.  The ability 
of such a small economy (there were only 5 million out of the total 21 million bitcoins circulating 
then, or about 3.75 million USD worth at then-current exchange rates) to absorb such a large sell-off 
without crashing shows that bitcoins were already working beautifully.

What problem Bitcoin solves:  

Mathematically, the specific implementation of the bitcoin protocol solves the problem of "how to do 
all of the above without trusting anyone".  If that sounds amazing, it should!  Normally a local 
currency has to trust all kinds of people for it to be able to work.  So does a national currency.  And 
in both cases, that trust is often abused.  But with Bitcoin, there's no one person who can abuse the 
system.  Nobody can print more money, nobody can re-use the coins simply by making a copy, and 
nobody can use anyone else's coins without having direct access to their keys. 
 People who break its mathematical "rules" simply end up creating a whole different system 
incompatible with the first.  As long as these rules are followed by someone, the only way Bitcoin can 
fail is for everyone to stop using it.

This marvelous quality of not having to trust anyone is achieved in two ways.  First, through the use 

of cutting-edge cryptography.  Cryptography ensures that only the owner of the bitcoins has the 
 authority to spend them.  The cryptography used in Bitcoin is so strong that all the world's online 
banking would be compromised before Bitcoin would be, and it can even be upgraded if that were to 
start to happen.  It's like if each banknote in your pocket had a 100-digit combination lock on it that 
couldn't be removed without destroying the bill itself.  Bitcoin is that secure.

But the second way of securing the system, called the blockchain, is where the real magic happens. 

 The blockchain is a single, authoritative record of confirmed transactions which is stored on the 
peer to peer Bitcoin network.  Even with top-notch digital encryption, if there was no central registry 
to show that certain bitcoins had already been "paid" to someone else, you could sign over the same 
coins to multiple people in what's called a double-spend attack, like writing cheques for more money 
than you have in your account.  Normally this is prevented by a central authority, the bank, who 
keeps track of all the cheques you write and makes sure they don't exceed the amount of money you 
have.  Even so, most people won't accept a cheque from you unless they really trust you, and the bank 
has to spend a lot of money physically protecting those central records, whether they are kept in a 
physical or digital form.  Not to mention, sometimes a bank employee can abuse their position of 
trust.  And, in traditional banking, the bank itself doesn't have to follow the rules you do--it can lend 
out more money than it actually has.

The blockchain fixes all these problems by creating a single master registry of the already-

cryptographically-secured bitcoin transfers, verifying them and locking them down in a highly 
competitive market called mining.  In return for this critical role, the Bitcoin community rewards 
miners with a set amount of bitcoins per block, taken from the original limited quantity on a 
pre-agreed schedule.  As that original amount gradually runs out, this reward will be replaced by fees 
paid to prioritise one transaction over another--again in a highly competitive market to ensure the 
lowest possible cost.  The transactions are verified and locked in by the computational work of 
 mining in a very special way so that no one else can change the official record of transactions 
without doing more computational work than the cumulative work of all miners across the whole 

In conclusion:  

All this mathematical technology may be a bit of a mouthful, but what it means in practice is that 
Bitcoin works just like cash.  Bitcoin transactions are intentionally irreversible--unlike credit cards 
or PayPal where chargebacks can invalidate a payment that has already been made.  And there are 
no middlemen.  Transactions are completed directly between the sender and the receiver via the peer 
to peer network.

Because of Bitcoin's intricate design, the network remains secure no matter where or how you 

process Bitcoin transactions.  Which is incredible--no one else has ever tried to create a system that 
worked this way!  All previous monetary systems have relied on trusting somebody, whether it was 
the king, town hall, the federal reserve, or banks.  Bitcoin doesn't.  It's guaranteed instead by the laws
of  mathematics, and that's why it has everyone from technologists to economists very excited.  I'm 
sure you have lots more questions, so scan the index below to see if they've been asked before, then 
dive in!  The so-called "canonical" threads linked from this index are considered newbie-friendly 
zones;  outside of them you're welcome to try your own luck.

And if you want to immerse yourself into the mysteries of Bitcoin and his creator 'Satoshi Nakamoto'
you can read this awesome research blog called Bitslog.

Also you can check the original paper at:

For the tl;dr; kind of guys, you can watch the following video, but you'll get just a bare idea of what it is all about.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Security: A resistance manual by Sam Culper Review

Hey guys

If you read Mosby's blog probably you already know Sam Culper from
a blog dealing with Intelligence Collection and Analysis oriented to prepper, resistance, III% kind
of folks.

Sam for sure knows what he is talking about and you can appreciate that both in his blog as in
"Security: A Resistance Manual" the e-book he wrote and I'm reviewing in this post.

"Security: A Resistance Manual" is an excellent primer on the techniques and procedures that will
allow a resistance to operate and communicate securely under the constant watch of Big Brother.

Topics covered in the book include communications security (COMSEC), information security
(INFOSEC), personnel security (PERSEC) and operations security (OPSEC).

Good thing is that the e-book goes straight to the point  and in every chapter you'll find tips or
actions you can take easily to improve your group security, also the book is explained in layman
terms, so you don't need to be a tech savvy guy to understand what Sam is talking about.

But don't get me wrong, even people with knowledge in COMSEC/INFOSEC will find gold nuggets
in this e-book, and new stuff to research and experiment.

Sam also provides a list of useful links to continue learning about the different subjects covered, and
even better, he provides his awesome blog whose content complements perfectly this e-book.

Solid stuff Sam, thanks a lot for the awesome e-book, the only con I found is that is short and leaves
you wanting more, but well, we have the blog to satisfy that :D

You can buy your copy at:

And visit Sam's blog at:

EDIT: Sam contacted me and told me that he is working on an extended version of the e-book that
will be twice as long, and also all the people who already bought the first version will get the
extended version for FREE.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Bitcoin Dark Wallet

Dark Wallet is a light browser wallet relying on an independent Bitcoin implementation with out-of-
the-box security and privacy features. Release early 2014.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Hey guyz,
give a hand to James Yeager to film AmmoNation, just press play and listen to him explaining the project.

 So what is AMMONATION? Aren't you sick and tired of the mainstream media telling you that all 
gun owners are a bunch of right wing wackos? US TOO! We want to portray the people that take 
guns and training seriously in a 100% no bullshit fashion! We will also be BIASED by showing the 
world how positive and rewarding gun ownership and proficiency can be. 
 James Yeager will run the production of this documentary front to back. His already wildly popular 
YouTube channel is a success because of his "tell it like it is" personality and his unwillingness to 
take shit off any person. His background as an undercover cop, police sniper, SWAT team leader, 
High Risk Civilian Contractor and world renowned Tactical Instructor make him ideal to head this 
project. He will use his tenacious style and aggressive flair to create a program unlike any you have 
ever seen! 
 In this documentary you will follow a group of James Yeager’s Tactical Response students (some 
with law enforcement experience, some current or prior military duty and some civilians with a little 
training and some with a LOT) through intensive and gut wrenching scenarios.Training which will 
 test both their physical and mental boundaries. Think embedded cameramen. That means no sound 
stage! No rehearsals! No phony drama! No actors! Real stress! Real emotion and REAL DANGER!

Friday, October 18, 2013

The Conspiracy movie review

I just finished watching the movie "The Conspiracy" this thriller made in 2012 follows two 
filmmakers doing a documentary about a conspiracy theorist who suddenly disappears.
One of the filmmakers decides to continue the research trying to figure out what happened with the 
disappeared guy and I'm not going to tell you any more... See it for yourself.

The writer/director Christopher MacBride did an awesome job with a really low budget, the history 
is engaging and with a good pace that will keep you hooked for the 84 minutes it lasts.

I totally recommend it for this weekend.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Pendulum - Crush

Man, this song was made for running...

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Escaping Home by A.American coming soon!

Fuck yeah guys!!
On October 30th the 3rd book of the series following the adventures of Morgan Carter will be
The series started with "Going Home" and then "Surviving Home" both excellent books, I'm about to
finish the 2nd one, I already wrote a review about "Going Home" if you want more details.
Besides the books are just 5 bucks for the kindle edition, an amazing deal.

Here is a brief synopsis for "Escaping Home"

When society ceases to exist, who can you trust?

After the collapse of the nation’s power grid, America is under martial law—and safety is an illusion. 
As violence erupts around him, Morgan Carter faces one of his most difficult decisions yet: whether 
to stay and defend his home, or move to a more isolated area, away from the prying eyes of the 
government. He and his family are hesitant to leave their beloved Lake County, but with increasingly 
suspicious activities happening in a nearby refugee camp, all signs point towards defecting. Morgan 
and his friends aren't going to leave without a fight, though—and they'll do anything to protect their 

Also Jack Spirko from The Survival Podcast recently did an interview to the author Angery American
at Denver Self Reliance Expo where the author himself talks a little about his upcoming book.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Learning morse code

Hey guys

I'm studying to get my HAM radio license, most of it is real easy, but CW (Transmitting using Morse
) is a total pain in the ass, because you need to be concentrated, listen well and have a nicely
wired brain to translate the dits and dahs combinations to letters in real time.

I was using CW Player by F6DQM that is an awesome freeware to practice, learn and automatically
keying Morse Code, but I needed something else, something to structure the learning process.

I was lucky to find an incredible course to learn Morse Code in 11 lessons, made by Andy, KE4GKP
from hamwhisperer.

The lessons will start teaching you the most used letters and progress until you understand all of the
code. Also the approach of the course is great because it requires you to listen and write the letters as
you hear them, so you start wiring your brain to do the translation automatically.

At the end of each lesson there is a random run where you can test yourself and see if you're ready to
move on to the next lesson, although the author suggest doing just one per day.

Be careful not to read the results of the random runs when you go to his webpage

Here is the link to the Morse Code course, hope its as helpful to you as it was to me. 

 And here is the first video

Monday, September 23, 2013

RSA Tells Developers to Stop Using Encryption Algorithm Linked to NSA

Security vendor RSA has sent out a message to customers warning developers not to use one of its 
encryption algorithms. "To ensure a high level of assurance in their application, RSA strongly 
recommends that customers discontinue use of Dual EC DRBG and move to a different PRNG," 
stated the RSA advisory. "Technical guidance, including how to change the default PRNG in most 
libraries, is available in the most current product documentation."
Last week, The New York Times reported that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) inserted a 
backdoor into the Dual EC DRBG standard. Many academics and security experts have expressed 
concerns about this particular encryption algorithm in the past.
It isn't known how many commercial products or internally developed enterprise applications 
currently use the standard.
                                                                                                                             Quoted from DevX.

Dual_EC_DRBG means "Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator" and is a
pseudorandom number generator that was designated by the NSA, supposedly it contains a backdoor
that would allow them to know the status of the number generator in any point in time.

Internal documents leaked by Edward Snowden suggested the existence of such backdoor in the
random number generator.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Wikileaks Spy Files 3

Hey guys, I wasn't able to read all the documentation yet but in these documents you can see how
companies sell to governments, maybe other companies?, all your internet/phone traffic details.

Documentation is highly technical, who knows maybe I'll post something in plain English about this...
On Wednesday 4 September 2013 at 1600 UTC, WikiLeaks released 'Spy Files #3' – 249 documents
from 92 global intelligence contractors. These documents reveal how, as the intelligence world has
privatised, US, EU and developing world intelligence agencies have rushed into spending millions on
next-generation mass surveillance technology to target communities, groups and whole populations.

Here is a nice Reuters coverage about this:

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Bad things about the Baofeng UV5R

Hey guys

Probably you already found a ton of articles telling you how awesome the Baofeng UV5R is, today
I'm going to do something different, I'll tell you all the defects I found in it.

Don't get me wrong, I think it's an awesome radio, specially considering the bang for the buck factor,
and I would buy another one without doubt, but I didn't want to write just another UV5R article...

So, lets get down to business.
- The manual sucks. The manual is just a few pages long, doesn't give you much details about the unit
and doesn't explain clearly how to program it. Lucky for us there is a great website with a ton of
information about the UV5R, check it here:
- There is no reception power indicator, the indicator is binary, you are receiving something or you

- You can't update the firmware. The microcontroller is an OTP (One Time Programmable). Once 
'flash' programmed at the factory, it cannot be changed.

- There is a known 'quirk' with the UV5R receiver. If a scanned channel has an R-CTCSS (PL) tone 
of 136.5 Hz or lower, the receiver will not stop on that channel. R-CTCSS (PL) tones of 146.2 and 
higher work fine.

- Scanning speed is really low, to scan 1 MHz at 5KHz steps it takes 59.65 seconds, while my Yaesu 
FT270 only takes 7.45 seconds. Test was performed scanning from 147 to 148 Mhz without finding 
any station during the scan.

- The charger input voltage is 10v, so you wouldn't be able to plug it directly to your car battery.

- Some people report a low mic volume, didn't happen to me, the solution is to carefully enlarge the 
mic hole.

- The Alarm function. Man, WTF is that crap? When you push a button named "Call" to the side of 
the unit, it will start emitting an alarm sound and turning on and off all the lights, and depending on 
the mode it is configured it will also start transmitting the alarm! You gotta see that for yourself, 
check it HERE. Biggest problem with that is that the button is in a position that is very easy to push 
by accident, in a tactical situation you are dead meat if that turns on. Also, there is no way to 
deactivate the function programmatically, so I think the solution is to open the unit and break that 
button, the problem is that you'll lose the FM radio if you do that.

- The flashlight, its very useful with the exception of the strobe mode that is totally useless, but the 
problem is that is turned on by pushing the MONI button, so the chances of turning it on by accident 
are really big, and in some situations that can ruin your day. Best solution, put some tape over the 
LED or when you open the radio to break the CALL button, also disconnect the LED. 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Number stations and other shortwave radio oddities

Hey guyz

I'm about to start the course to get my HAM license and started looking for "number stations".
No one really knows what number stations are, although I'm sure they are a way to transmit messages
to spies overseas, who else but a government could have stations with the power to transmit non stop
weird shit into the air since WWII?

If you are curious about this stuff you can check this site called Mystery Signals of the Short Wave
that's great for starters and for sure will get you hooked into the subject.

Then you can visit where you can continue your research, and enjoy an
awesome FAQ document.

Also I'd like to share with you this video, where you can see a collection of weird stuff there is or was
in the airwaves.


Various recordings of shortwave radio oddities, numbers and noise stations. These mysterious 
broadcasts are found on shortwave bands and they are - or appear to be - with no definite purpose. 
These signals are said to actively haunt the airwaves after World War II at beginning of the Cold War. 
With the collapse of the Soviet Union many expect these stations to disappear overtime but radio 
monitors indicate these signals continue to exist with new ones surfacing every now and then along 
with stations that have operated for 30 years.

So what are they? There are many speculations what these numbers stations are; theories point to 

covert government-sponsored broadcasts for spies abroad, illegal activities such as drug trafficking, 
for various scientific research and undisclosed military operations. However, to this day, no 
 organization, broadcaster or country ever admitted the use of these stations.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

The Lacs - Keep It Redneck

Fuck yeah

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Devil at the Door : A Lights Out Saga Short Film Review

A few years ago I wrote about an awesome book called "Lights Out" by David Crawford, if you ask
me is the best prepping fiction book I have read until today.

Imagine my happiness when I found out that they planned to do a series of movies about the book
with the author directly involved in the project.

Well, today they published a short film called "Devil at the Door" just as a preview for the things to
come... And things to come are fucking depressing, see it for yourself.

Tactically this is a joke, both the attackers and the defense had no fucking clue what they were doing.

The defense should have used better defensive positions, being holed up in the ground and being
distributed in the area, not in a fucking line 30 cm apart from each other!!

It seems they don't know the difference between cover and concealment, wood pallets won't stop rifle
bullets, they won't stop even handgun bullets!

The attackers where playing around with their motorcycles while they where getting shot, and the
ones on foot didn't even use the trees as cover.

Fuck is so frustrating I have seen better tactics in Hollywood movies, people filming Lights out
supposedly are preppers they should know better...

The acting sucked so fucking bad I can't believe it and the FX are non existent.

Damn, I'm so disappointed...

Travis Fox the Executive Producer of the project replied to some comments similar to mine with this:

In the movies themselves, we'll dig trenches, fortify fighting positions, have interlocking fields of
fire, etc. The barricade here was meant to deny movement more than provide cover (although there
were sandbags and items like a backhoe bucket). This was a two day film shoot intended to share the
concepts of the story on a very limited budget. Your points are very valid, though.

Sorry for not explaining this trailer better.  This wasn't cherry picking scenes - this is a short film that
captures the concept of the movie series. The movies have NOT started filming yet. We have no
movie footage to use, and this footage will not be used in the movies. This was a two day film project
intended to get your attention. We couldn't dig trenches and do a lot of things we WILL do in the
actual movies here.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Going Home by A.American Review

Hey guys, I just finished reading "Going Home" by A.American and let me tell you I liked it a lot, so
much that I already bought the second part called "Surviving home".

Is about a guy called Morgan that gets stranded in his car miles and miles away from his home and
family when a big EMP happens.
The EMP stuff I think is overused because you can see it in all the prepping books, but its useful just
to set up a quick SHTF situation for the rest of the story to develop.
In "Going Home" not much details are given about what happens in regards to the EMP event.

So Morgan grabs his bag and starts his trip to join his family, later he will find some companions that
will help him in his travel.

A good thing is that Morgan's bag contents are real, you can look for the things he uses and they
really exist, and the author provides tips without detailing for pages and pages all the contents of the
bag like you can see in similar books.

The book is written in first person, something that in the beginning was kind of annoying, but you get
used to it.
Also I think the book gets you hooked as soon as the first companion appears and isn't just Morgan

It was a great read  :coffeeNews:

There is an interview to A.American at the survivalpodcast, check it at:

You can get the book from here:

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

July 9th

On July 9th 1816 Argentina declares his independence from Spain and any other foreign nation
following the example set by the United States 40 years before and by France 27 years before.

Let's hope people across the world can continue positively influencing each other to fight for freedom.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

JJ Lawhorn - Stomping Grounds

This guy is awesome, check it out...

Friday, June 14, 2013

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

'I don't want to live in a society that does these sort of things'

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Tom Clancy's The Division

This game looks awesome...

The Story

Some gameplay 

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Unchained Preppers

Hey guys

Today we just opened
That board is the continuation of that is the continuation of
I'm one of the admins there, so if you want to learn some stuff and enjoy some online time with other
prepper guys you are welcomed.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Front Line Assembly - Lose

While we wait for the new Front Line Assembly's album "Echogenetic" to be released on July 9th,
let's enjoy Lose from the Airmech soundtrack.

FLA official site:

Friday, April 12, 2013

Tactical training on Internet

I just finished watching on Youtube some guys showing how to carry your rifle in a patrol, I can't
believe how much crap there is in that video... I won't even mention their channel, even less
considering they plan to give classes.

Those guys have no fucking clue what they are doing... on patrol walking a meter away from each
other in the middle of an open road with weapons in condition 3...

Next thing they need to do to get Stupidity 2013 award is to do an ambush and  scream
"Contact!" when the enemy enters the kill zone, as I already saw in another dutchebag's Youtube

Its totally irresponsible to offer tactical training when you have no clue what you are doing.
Their classes should be called "how to die fast on SHTF".

If you live in the US, you have tons of guys with verifiable combat experience  and prestigious
companies to get your tactical training from.

If you live in some other country,  and you need to get your training from the Internet, I suggest
you to be extremely careful with what you take as fact, I would suggest you to read army
manuals and different sources, compare, evaluate, practice and THINK FOR YOURSELF!

Obviously, getting someone with real experience to teach you can't be replaced with any amount of
reading or watching videos.

If you are interested in good tactical reading from guys with verifiable experience and for free you
can check Max Velocity Tactical and MountainGuerrilla blogs, also don't forget you can download as
ebook a compilation of MountainGuerrilla old blog posts.

These guys truly know what they are talking about :         (Compilation ebook from HERE)

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Disharmony: Room 78

Finally Room 78 is out, and totally worth the wait, you can hear and buy the album from Tympanik
website at: 

Nearly 4 years since Disharmony‘s ‘Evolution‘ LP, the Slovakian duo of Ryby and Lord Sauron 
returns to Tympanik Audio to present their engaging new album ‘Room 78‘. A cultivated blend of 
dark electro-industrial tinged with electronica and ambient elements, ‘Room 78‘ effectively displays 
Disharmony‘s signature mix of poignant, gripping, and dynamic track arrangements. Tight, crushing
 beatwork is laced with brooding synth pads, heavy basslines, hints of processed guitars, and 
echoing vocal samples, all punctuated by Ryby’s razor-sharp vocals. Infectious beats anchor each 
 intricately-layered song structure as alluring piano movements and lofty synths weave amongst dirty 
basslines and bright snares.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Technology impact on human condition

Christopher Greene of AMTV examines the influence of technology on the human condition and
what it means for the future of humanity.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Friday, March 8, 2013

Sniper 101 - TiborasaurusRex channel

Hey guys, I want to share with you an excellent playlist called Sniper 101 on

TiborasaurusRex youtube channel.

As the name suggest its a series of video tutorials about long range shooting, each video last an
average of 25 minutes and address an specific topic, at the moment there are 37 videos and it seems
he plans to continue adding more.

TiborasaurusRex really knows what he is talking about and seems to be a really cool guy,
you should check his videos and sub to his channel.

If you read this man, thanks a lot for you great work and keep the videos coming :D

Monday, February 18, 2013


Fuck the police state

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety
deserve neither liberty nor safety.
                                                      Benjamin Franklin

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Moonshine Bandits - For The Outlawz (Feat. Colt Ford & Big B)

Fuck yeah, these guys are funny, and the drummer looks like Nutnfancy :D

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Mountain Guerrilla old blog compilation ebook


Today I have a little gift for the ones who follow John Mosby's blogs.

For the ones who don't know the blogs, they are written by a 
former US Army Special Operations soldier and talk about
guerrilla warfare and irregular units training.

The blogs URLs are:

I created a compilation of all the posts from the old blog and saved it as an ebook to be able to read
it in my Kindle.

This is just a compilation of the old blog posts, THIS IS NOT the John Mosby's book
The Reluctant Partisan

I created the ebooks in .mobi and .epub format for your convenience, enjoy.

Download EPUB

Download MOBI

Finally, thanks John you do an awesome job and I'm looking forward for your book.

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