I found something good I think you'll like for today's documentary. Hope you enjoy it.
Just wanted to add, this is a vitally important issue that everyone should become aware of. Access to fresh drinking water is lining up to dwarf any other threat. A secure source of water for yourself and your family should be at the top of your list and not just a few cases of bottled drinking water, but a reliable continuous source like rain harvesting, or a spring, or a well with a non-electric hand pump. I'm personally a big fan of rain water harvesting so I'll link some sites that talk about how to do it. Pay close attention to this issue, like I said, it's a game changer.
Water Related Links
ModernSurvivalBlog: Drinking Swimming Pool Water in an Emergency
AZDailySun: What if mandatory rainwater harvesting isn't enough?
MotherNatureNews: The Raindrop Mini: Catch, conserve and water in style
RillaraNews: Rainwater Collection Systems Save Energy and Money
MindfulMoney: SRI: Water shortage a significant threat for China's economic growth
GoogleHosted: Iraq water shortages raising ethnic tensions
Somaliweyn: Press Release: Somalia faces severe water crisis as drought looms
GoogleHosted: Iraq's largest hydropower dam grinds to halt
EnergyResources: China's demand for desalination lags
EndofAmericanDream: No Jobs, No Hope, No Future:
27 Signs That America’s Poverty Class Is Rapidly Becoming Larger Than America’s Middle Class YahooFinance: The Truth About Davos: It's About Making Money Not Solving the World's Problems
Peak oil and Energy News
RawStory: CNBC anchor implies US must support dictators to keep cheap oil flowing
CharlesHughSmith: The Big Squeeze, Part 2: Abused Fundamentals and Fake Markets: How They Play Out
DailyBail: Jon Stewart Exposes The Goldman Bailout And Profit Mirage (Video)
Also, don't forget to check out this week's Global Glass Onion blog for an amazing collection of Financial News for the week.
Cryptogon: The Organic Elite Surrenders to Monsanto: What Now?
RawStory: US company provides tear gas to Egyptian police
War, Conflict and Terrorism
CSMonitor: Egypt's crackdown on protesters evokes Iran's heavy hand in 2009 unrest
ith more than 100 estimated dead so far as Egyptian protests resume for a fifth day, Egypt's 'zero tolerance' policy is reminiscent of Iran's force to quash unrest after Ahmadinejad's reelection.
there is a live twitter feed on the page above from Jan 25th.Police State, Big Brother, Surveillance
BlackListedNews: How Egypt did (and how your government could) shut down the Internet
MotherJones: The Week in Sharia: Mama Grizzly Edition
HuffingtonPost: Ayn Rand, staunch opponent of government programs, was a Welfare Queen
FoxNews: Senate Proposal Would Amend Constitution to Restrict Birthright Citizenship