"Bobby Akart takes research to a whole new level, and then boils it down into a detailed analysis understandable by all. The bottom line: get ready my friends. It's not a matter of if, but when." - George Noory, media icon and host of Coast to Coast AM
"A great mix of current events, history and prepardness tips. A quality read on par with works by William R. Forstchen, Ted Koppel and James Wesley Rawles." - Amazon Reviews
"A terrifyingly realistic, prescient new series ... which can only be described as prophetic." - G. Michael Hopf, bestselling author of The New World series
"Interesting and original EMP book. 'Ripped from the headlines' doesn't begin to describe the excellence in this writing." - Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer
From the Author
Because you never know when the day before --
is the day before.
Prepare for tomorrow!
What if the preppers are right?
The media shapes public opinion in all formats including news, cinema and television shows. It should come as no surprise that everyone doesn't necessarily form an opinion on every subject. Nor should you be shocked to hear that most opinions are uninformed. We can all give countless examples of this. Most Americans are sheeple, unable to think for themselves. They are content to follow, and many are too lazy to do the minimal research required to have an informed opinion. Their reliance on government or media sources for information makes them susceptible to manipulation. It's simply easier to be a sheeple.
As a student of the preparedness lifestyle, I cringe at the media's portrayal of preppers. Initially, the brunt of the ridicule was directed at survivalists. But with the success of National Geographic's Doomsday Preppers, the concept of being a prepper hit the mainstream. Now Preppers are the target of the media's derision. I have my opinion as to why that is the case, and it has its basis in politics. It is my opinion that the media is largely left-leaning and, as a result, does not embrace the self-sufficient lifestyle that is prepping. So, if you can't join them, beat them down--repeatedly. As a recent example, consider the media's dismantling of the Tea Party movement. I see similar attacks on preppers.
But, what if the Preppers are right?
EMP: An Electromagnetic Pulse Attack
A single EMP warhead exploded over the center of the US near St. Louis, Missouri could bring down the power grid all across the country. A major EMP event would take us back to a pre-industrial age, when the US population was just a fraction of what it is today. An America without power would essentially revert to the early 1800's, when a pre-industrial America was able to sustain a population of fewer than 100 million souls. An EMP attack would fulfill Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's dream that a world without America is conceivable.
In poll after poll, one of the threats concerning preppers is the use of a nuclear delivered electromagnetic pulse to cause a grid down scenario. There are many bad actors on the international stage. Each is capable of wreaking havoc in the United States by shutting down our power grid and enjoying the resulting chaos.
A threat from above to America's soft underbelly below. The clock is ticking. One second after. One year after. How will America survive a complete collapse of our critical infrastructure following an EMP attack?
Preparation, not panic, is the best way to address the threat of an EMP attack.
EMP: Electromagnetic Pulse Attack is a primer on the threats we face as a nation from the bad actors mentioned above. This guide will also help you answer the question: