climate change safety zone communities have key role in human survival

climate change safety zoneAs our planet gets hotter and hotter and weather more damaging and unpredictable millions of people are migrating to safer areas. We are fortunate to live in one of these places. But if we wish to survive and maintain civilization we must take active measures immediately.

Our planet will not miraculously recover from climate change. Technology that is not yet available or affordable is required. Should we fail to maintain civilization we will be beset by famine, violence, and disease.  And we will not make the technological advances we need to stabilize climate and keep our air breathable. Toxins will continue to accumulate and plants and animals (including humans) will die by the millions. Ultimately the planet will be devoid of life.

You have the power to maintain civilization and save our planet. You must get started immediately. Grow food at home outside and indoors. Stock up on staples like cornmeal, rice, dried beans, and vegetables. Try to create an emergency food supply that will last your household at least 3 months. Make certain that you have some mats and blankets ready to share with others who are homeless.

Establish community gardens and kitchens so that you will have an independent supply of food ready for those fleeing hurricanes, floods and violence. Monopolize basements for indoor growing and emergency housing.

Many of you feel that you cannot be bothered by these things. If you wish to survive you’d better help grow food and volunteer to create a safe and stable environment for you, family, neighbors and those who come here. People who are hungry and desperate are dangerous. Famine brings disease. You are here and can preserve civilization just by growing food and sharing resources.

Fate has put you in the right place and time to save the world. Contribute by organizing your school, apartment building, street, business, or social organization into a center for emergency food and shelter.

by Linda Kaidan

 

16th Month of Poison Gas Attacks

by Stephen Ames Berry
June was the 16th month of poison gas attacks on us here on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue.  They’ve taken on new life following the arrest of Joyce Barton family member Shianne Hill for the unprovoked May 18th assault on the Herkimer Post’s Linda Kaidan in front of Bartons’ 333 Pleasant Avenue. Our neighbor Joyce Barton seems to be filling the role of Herkimer’s new arch poisoner, Stanley Sykes having moved after being featured in our child trafficking posts.

Joyce Barton poisoner presumptive
Herkimer’s Joyce Barton. (5/18/18) Joyce’s shirt is fittingly apt for Herkimer’s ace drug peddler and arch poisoner.

There seem to be only a few gassing vehicles now in use.  The principal vehicle is Douglas Barton’s old truck, in the driveway across the street from us at the Bartons’ 330 Pleasant Avenue. (Barton himself is gone, his place taken by a younger clone.)  That truck is no stranger to the law.

Joyce Barton’s shirt’s a fitting choice for Herkimer’s arch poisoner and drug dealer. The pesticide being directed from beneath all vehicles is more toxic than many previously used. The foggers used to volatilize and dispense the pesticide are apparently easily moved to other vehicles. 

Herkimer Poison Gassers Using GPS Tracking?

In the past month, our murderous band of Herkimer neighbors have developed an uncanny ability to accurately predict when we’ll be arriving home. Pulling into our driveway, we’re often greeted with a fresh toxic cloud of odorless pesticide. It disperses within a few moments, indicating it was just applied. The drive time from our usual Herkimer haunts is only a few minutes. Knowing our location and travel route allows a reduced number of poisoners to apply fresh pesticide to our driveway without resorting to the high-volume, high visible driveby poison gassings which seems to have taken a lot of them off of the road. 

The toxin in our driveway is often augmented by a custom poison spraying directed into our backs from the street as we unload groceries. Volatilized pesticide is invisibly  released under pressure from a fogger beneath a vehicle.  Doug Barton’s old truck is associated with quite a few but all not blasts of poison as it innocently backs out of the Barton driveway. 

Herkimer poison spraying truck
6.25.18 Poison gassing truck at Joyce Barton’s 330 Pleasant Ave. It’s associated with many of the driveby gassing attacks on us. Volatilized pesticides are now dispensed from beneath Herkimer’s fleet of gassing vehicles to avoid camera observation. Gas dispensing equipment is shuffled from vehicle to vehicle at need.

Herkimer Poisoners Using New Highly Caustic Chemical

The poison used on us in the past month is caustic and highly toxic It abrades the skin, and attacks the central nervous system and the lungs. Multiple showers are needed to detox Some clothing will clean up after repeated washings. If not, they must be discarded, or will serve to dispense more poison in the body.

Rather than ripping our car apart looking for a GPS tracker, then doing it again when another one’s secreted, we often wear Tyvek. Yard work safety calls for Tyvek, as does protection from opportunistic driveby poisonings. (The neighborhood abounds in spotters, who blame us for their loss of drug and child trafficking income, and of course, for “getting Shianne arrested.” )

poison gas attack apparel
When you live among filth, dress accordingly: Hazmat suit and P-100 gas mask are needed to survive yard work around our Herkimer home. Proper attire discourages poison gas attacks during outdoor activities.

For prolonged outdoor exposure on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue, a  military grade P-100 gas mask is standard.  Here I am in full chemical warfare regalia, trimming a tree. Unprotected, this activity would subject me to a driveby gas attack, usually from the Barton’s truck.

Biohazard suits and the masks should do us for the duration, if Joyce Barton doesn’t source some Sarin nerve gas from Syria. Our yards though, are hopelessly poisoned, as are those of many of our neighbors.

Herkimer’s 7 hour poison gas attack last night

Last night we were subjected to a massive series of poison gas attacks lasting from 2100—0436 hrs. They appear to have either come from both the rear of 334 Pleasant Avenue, and from vehicles associated with that address. 334 Pleasant Avenue houses the remnants of Herkimer’s Stanley Sykes gang, officially tenanted by Carrie Ann Bass. This is one of the largest poison gas attacks we’ve endured in Herkimer in the past 15 months.

Herkimer Driveby 7 hour poison gas attack

The front and sides of our house at 330 Pleasant Ave were gassed with chemicals have the attributes of odorless pyretherin pesticides, probably dispensed from foggers attached to the bottom of the passing vehicles. 26 vehicles passed our house from 2100-2211. We recognized some of the vehicles as being associated with previous drive-by gassings, with some coming from the driveway of 334 Pleasant Avenue. A small white car with a sun roof was the most prominent. Many vehicles made multiple passes of our house from 2100 – 2211, convoying like battleships. I’ve posted the times below.

It would take me several days to process the footage of the vehicles. Hoping that the law enforcement surveillance drones seen last night recorded them, I’ve listed the times of the

7 hour poison gas attack from rear of Herkimer’s 334 Pleasant Avenue

From 2151 – 0436, overlapping waves of poison gas were dispensed on our back yard and rear window from 334 Pleasant Avenue using one or more hand foggers or large crop treatment equipment. The parking lot area adjacent ot 334 is not visible to our cameras at night.

The almost continuous stream of poison gas was directed at our backyard, from the direction of 334 Pleasant rear. Given the volume of poison dispensed, and the height it reached on out house, it had to have spread to adjacent properties in the direction of King Street. 328 and 326 Pleasant Avenue, which have small children who play outside.

Our backyard is brightly lit, so our cameras there wouldn’t have captured the gas as it billowed out. It can only be seen in infrared. However, so much gas was dispensed that the prevailing south wind carried it between 330 and 332 Pleasant Avenue and into Pleasant Avenue. That area is not lighted, and our cameras recorded the waves of poison gas as it rolled past.

Time of Vehicles Passing 330 Pleasant Avenue 2100-2211, 5.29.18

2100, 2102, 2107,2108, 2109, 2113 2113:43, 2118, 2119, 2141, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2156, 2214, 2217, 2230, 2233, 2234(2), 2243, 2317(2), 2352

Blogger Beaten by Herkimer Teen Gang Kick Boxer

Blogger punched in face by Herkimer teen gang kick boxer

herkimerpost.com editor Linda Kaidan, age 63, was attacked and beaten on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue last Friday by 18 year-old Shianne Hill, a  of Herkimer’s Joyce Barton gang, which operates out of the house Barton tenants at 333 Pleasant Avenue.

Gang members were thronging the street and taunted Kaidan as she and her husband, author Stephen Ames Berry, returned from shopping and were unloading groceries in their driveway. When Kaidan responded, they told her, in the person of one of Joyce Barton’s daughters, never to come onto “their” side of the street and to “go back into your house.”

Kaidan and her husband don’t yield the street to filth. Kaidan crossed to “their” side of the street, stood on the public sidewalk in front of the gang’s 333 Pleasant Avenue as her husband scrambled for his video gear. She was stalked, menaced, punched in the face and hit in the back of the head by a Shiann Hill, apparently selected for the job because of her age and boxing expertise. 

Kaidan’s glasses were lost after she was struck her in the face, seemingly driving a glass lens from its frame and into her face, lacerating it. The glasses were not recovered, probably hidden by the Barton gang.

Herkimer Police under the very able command of Herkimer Police Sgt. Bowman quickly responded. They took statements and dispersed a mob of 20-30 low criminal types gathered about the Barton’s and the Stanley Sykes gang’s 334 Pleasant Avenue. Kaidan was taken to Little Falls Hospital, suffering from the wound to her face and symptoms of concussion. She was treated and released. There were no immediate arrests.

Herkimer gang boxer jubilant after after punching granny in the face
Hale, healthy and attired as a seasoned kick boxer ready for the main event, Herkimer’s Shianne Hill (center, legs straddled)  revels in her triumph over 63 year-old Herkimer Post blogger she has just punched in the face with no provocation.

Herkimer’s Shianne Hill was defending Barton gang turf home

Joyce Barton asserted to the police as always that she owns the house she doesn’t own, and owns the public sidewalk because she owns the house.
The Barton’s are brazen scoff laws and criminal traffickers.  

Herkimer Gang Victim Threatened with Arrest

The only person threatened with arrest during the incident  was the injured victim. Prior to the arrival of Sgt. Bowman, Herkimer Patrolman Robert Holt, in a remarkable demonstration of sensitivity, threatened Kaidan with arrest for being upset and too loud as he was interviewing Joyce Barton, who apparently knew him. (3:20 mins).

Our YouTube videos and blog postings of Herkimer lawlessness (herkimerpost.com) have been viewed and read by tens of thousands drawn to the grotesque. Cities and towns around Herkimer are experiencing booming property sales as climate change sends people, firms and wealth north to a safer haven. Not so Herkimer. 

Prosperity will continue to pass Herkimer by as drug and child trafficking gangs rule its streets. As a family friend, a former federal agent familiar with Upstate New York says, “Herkimer’s dirty and likes it that way.” 

Climate change migration will ultimately force Herkimer gangs out 

Herkimer sits in a Goldilocks Climate Change Survival Zone. We think it will soon become such a national resource amid massive migration north that Herkimer’s gangs, if not gone, will be forced out at the point of bayonets and lawful governance restored. We live in hope.

Updated 5/24/18 to reflect Kaidan’s sustaining a concussion, the wound to her face by the glasses lens detached by her assailant’s fist and driven into her cheek, and to note the theft of her glasses. 

Under siege in Herkimer NY pesticide terrorism continues

 Pesticide terrorism continues well into second year

Stanley Sykes and his terrorist band continue to spray our home and neighboring areas with toxic pesticide both day and night in their continuous reign of terror waged to preserve their control of Pleasant Ave. As we move into mid spring, the gang is well prepared to trigger a renewed assault whenever we open a window or emerge onto the street or into our backyard. Herkimer Police have been unsuccessful in protecting us from this relentless thug whose gang has assailed us since February 2017 when they first destroyed my office on the second floor of 330 Pleasant Ave with liquid pesticide.

We continue to increase our vigilance with more formalized security processes, improved lighting and cameras. Newcomers are advised to use lighting and surveillance to oppose criminal thugs intent on making the streets safe for their illegal trafficking activities that destroy the health and lives of others. If more of us purchase and install surveillance cameras and lights, we can take back the streets from those who oppress us.

Sykes gang henchmen have been using jamming devices to block wireless transmissions and cellular communication. We recommend using hard wired devices which are immune to such blocking. We have also installed a powerful backyard light which illuminates our property at night with daylight brilliance.

Resist gang terrorism and make your community safe!

Though many of our friends and acquaintances have urged us to move from this lawless jurisdiction, we continue to oppose these depraved behaviors by blogging on our experiences and making use of inexpensive and widely available technology to fight those who destroy this community and others. Together we can make a difference.

Linda Kaidan

Herkimer Gas Attacks Blossoming With Spring

by Stephen Ames Berry

Herkimer March 2018 Gas Attacks

Herkimer gas attacks have resumed here on Pleasant Avenue  and are blossoming with Spring. Having failed to drive us from our house and been only moderately successful in poisoning us in our beds over the last year, our murderous band of neighbors are trying to deny us our backyard.

When we’re out back for more than a few minutes, a poisonous insecticide rolls in.  It’s odorless, colorless, its familiar symptoms those of pyrethrim:  tongue and lip numbness, drooling, lethargy, itching, short term memory loss, muscle tremors, respiratory problems. The gas quickly disperses, but the symptoms linger for hours. It comes from the direction of King Street.

Assuming its misted from the west of our yard by an easily-concealed handfogger, the pesticide  is dispensed toward us from within the circle on the map. The smaller, easily hidden pesticide foggers have a coverage area of 5,000 square feet, according to the handfogger directions. We’re easily in range from any part of that red circle.

Surrounded by Sykes Gang and A Spreading Plague of Vacant Houses

The gas creeps in when we’re out of line of sight of the neighboring yards. This requires spotters–that would be the Sykes gang, long comfortably nested in landlord Jay Smith properties on the other side of us. (See map.) The two houses to S. Sykes left and the one to his right are vacant. (The guys in 332 Pleasant work during the day.) Indeed, over time there’s been a creeping plague of vacant houses overlooking or near the Sykes gang’s domain. This is symptomatic of a ruthless and depraved criminal enterprise expanding it’s turf. Were the houses’ occupants gassed, or did they just think it healthier to move? 

Looking at the gassing map (below), the immediate reason for poisoning us is obvious: our house and its cameras look right down the throat of the Stanley Sykes gang’s empire of dirt surrounding the parking lot. (They frequently complain they’ve paid for the right to traffic there and that we need to be gone and they’ll soon see us on our way.)

Herkimer gas attacks map
Herkimer Gas Attacks Map – March 2018

March 2018 Gassing Attacks

3/30/18  1200 hrs. Warm day. Gassed in backyard from the direction of King Street as we stood on backstairs. Only direction not within sight or fully fully covered by cameras. 

3/11/18 Installing light on back steps when yard misted with pyrethrim. Usual symptoms. Attack appeared to come from backyard several houses down Pleasant Avenue from the King Street side, given prevailing wind and that I was watching immediately adjacent houses and yards on Pleasant and Eureka Avenues as worked.

Driveby poison gas attacks from Pleasant Avenue: none noted since the 2/27/18 attack reported by Linda Kaidan in her post.

Yeah, not many yet. Endured about 50 last  year. How many poison gas attacks are acceptable?  We expect more gas attacks as the weather gets nicer and we’re outside more often, improving our security and expanding our wealth of  Herkimer crime YouTube offerings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shop at Aldis Ilion for low prices and European sophistication

Aldis trendy sophisticated yet budget conscious healthy♥♥♥

Aldis is the most popular supermarket in western Europe, according to a BBC report. They carry delicious products from all over the world, create their own recipes and beat prices at most area super markets. In fact, our food budget is nearly ½ what it used to be since we started to shop there.

Today for example, we purchased entrees of fresh salmon filet, chicken, ground sirloin, tuna, yogurt and eggs as well as fresh, frozen and canned vegetables and fruit for $110.79. Included in this price were cat food and cat litter. Planting supplies of seeds, soil mix and starter containers for growing 60 seedlings indoors cost $8. To sum up, we’ll feed 2 adults and 1 cat in a scrumptious and nutritious fashion for one week with a projected cost of $476.40 per month. Extras like yummy Brie cheese, genuine baguettes, first rate Barissimo fair trade ground coffee and seeds, soil and planters for growing this year’s garden are also included in that price.

While the fresh salmon is roughly $9 per pound, you can serve one half a pound or even less as a nice sized portion. 4/10 lb (6.4 OZ) salmon fillet has 36 grams of protein which is quite a bit. Compare this to a standard serving of chicken fillet at 4 oz which has 31 grams of protein. Salmon is also considered a super food for many reasons including its ability to reduce inflammation and to lower blood sugar levels.

Aldis has other benefits besides being good for your food budget. They care about the health of their customers and show this by deliberately selling nutritious foods and encouraging you to buy them. For example, skim milk cost less than other milk because it is the healthiest for you.

Linda Kaidan

 

 

 

SpaceX launch heralds a new age of inexpensive space travel

 

On February 6, 2018 one of the most significant events in human history took place with the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket, which sent a Tesla vehicle on a trajectory towards Mars. The low cost and reusability of the Falcon Heavy space shuttle heralds an age of inexpensive space flight and colonization potential. Tuesday’s mission cost $90 million, $15 million less than New York City’s 2018 budget for student physical education.

Mars is nearby and can be reached in a relatively short period of time. Every 1.6 years Earth and Mars reach a point at which their proximity is maximum. During this time the trip might take 260 days or less. It has the kinds of things humans need to survive, like oxygen, water and nitrogen. The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) is designed to convert carbon dioxide from the atmosphere on Mars into oxygen for fuel and life support. MOXIE will be travelling to Mars on NASA’s 2020 mission. It will be the first oxygen-production plant of its kind to travel to another planet.

Robots can build habitats for humans to live in on Mars and early pioneers can have the essentials needed to begin life on another planet. 

It seems inexpensive and easy. So much so, that it would not be surprising to see a colony on Mars ten years from now. SpaceX is a corporation which constructed the rockets used in yesterday’s launch, with $0 from the US or any other government. It’s exciting to see how this innovative technology can help us place useful platforms in space near earth inexpensively, helping improve transportation, exploration, telecommunications, weather monitoring, and potentially, weather control.

With all the horrible weather events which have taken place this last year, it’s a relief to see this brilliant technology move humanity forward, realizing new potential which only moments ago was science fiction.  The SpaceX launch heralds a new age where space travel will be a part of many of our lives.

by Linda Kaidan

Stunning Christmas Design Ideas Cost Less

Because we have superior manufacturing technology Stunning Christmas Design Ideas Cost Less!

These inexpensive home furnishings are very affordable, versatile and portable. They range in cost from $7 to $160. If you want to energize your home and break out of the ho hum ordinary – it’s really easy.

Tapestry Available at Dressily for $15

DIY Platform Bed made of plywood from Lowes

LED fairy lighting 50 ft 7$ AMAZON

Add some magic !

Wayfair hall runner only $86.  Looks exquisite but the price is reasonable.

 

Make your showering experience special for only $30

I bought this and really love it. It can work as a bath or shower curtain as well as a drape.

Make a window seat from an old kitchen cabinet

Paint the cabinet if necessary and purchase legs. I made this cabinet seat below in 20 minutes by adding 4 stainless legs.

There’s a huge leg selection on Amazon.com.

 

 

Need extra sleeping and a new armchair in one? This space saving and versatile bed, armchair and chaise lounge is only $160. It’s on my wish list already 😊

 

Tufts University Invents Technology that Will End Climate Change

 

The technology that will end climate change has been developed at Tufts University in Massachusetts. It extracts CO2 from the atmosphere and converts it to a liquid form, methanol. It is based on research published last year at USC,  and builds upon a less clean practice developed by a team in Iceland. Methanol can be used to create renewable fossil fuel that can be burned – polluting the air, sucked out of the atmosphere again and then recycled. Using it this way means that in a sense we can have our cake and eat it too, using the same fuel over and over again, rather than constantly adding new green house gasses to our overburdened atmosphere.

That doesn’t mean we should continue to use fossil fuels. Certainly solar, wind and hydro power are much nicer. Methanol can be used in many excellent ways. We currently rely on Methanol to produce silicone, plastic water bottles, car parts, fleece jackets and some pharmaceuticals. Perhaps we’ll be able to use methanol for 3-D printer ink to make plastic objects we design on our computers.

One of the most versatile materials that can be made from methanol is polyester. It can be the basis for manufacturing many types of fiber for use in clothing, bedding, carpets, tents, upholstery and insulation. It’s water resistant too. Re-purposed methanol can help us make our homes comfortable while keeping the air we breath clean!

How long will it take to get levels of CO2 back down to normal? That’s for someone else to answer, but the sooner the better! Because, there is more CO2 in the air now than there has been in 50 million years and that’s not a situation we can live with.

Since we now have the opportunity to reverse the destructive process that has harmed so much of our planet, we can be optimistic about the future. However, the cleanup may take many years. We can expect more horrible weather including high winds and must be intelligent about growing food locally in our homes and communities.

By Linda Kaidan