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Our Brother’s Keepers

Henryville, Indiana Tornado

Devastation

Our hearts go out to those who have been affected by the tornadoes in the midwest and southeastern states.  We would ask that all members of the American Preppers Network community band together to help those in need.

 

So what can you do to help?

Kentucky Tornado, 2012

Please use our forum and blog as a way to communicate with each other.  If you are near by the affected areas and are in a position to help, please make it known by either commenting on this post or by entering our forum.  Let us know what you are in need of and I know this community will go to work with the enormous skill sets that we possess.  As always use caution and common sense when deciding to meet an online user in person.  We would appreciate it if you would refrain from using this post as a way to voice your opinions about the judgments of God on America; let us be our brother’s keeper and focus on beams rather than motes.

 

Mike Porenta – APN Chief Political Analyst



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4 Comments on "Our Brother’s Keepers"

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  1. brian russell says:

    freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  2. rxhrx says:

    Donate canned perishables that will expire within 6 months. They will be used within the next two weeks.

    • kelley says:

      canned perishables : Where did you get that 6 month figure or does it just make you sound like you know what your talking about. Canned goods as long as they are not dented or bulging last many years past their date. When restocking my canned goods the old ones I eat are normally 18-24 month out of date. been doing it for 20 years. with no lose in taste (corn gets better) or nutition (tested)

  3. kelley says:

    What always bothers me about those who live in tornado alley etc. Is year after year after year we see the same area town struck buy these high winds and still noone builds or towns don’t require new construction to build basement or shelters… These people tho it’s sad really don’t wnat to survive an event like this. Your first defense is always your mind and thinking about how to prepare. NONE of these people have a lick of sense



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