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Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor who lives on a small organic farm in the Pacific Northwestern area of the United States.  She is the author of The Pantry Primer: How to Build a One Year Food Supply in Three Months. On her website, The Organic Prepper, Daisy writes about healthy prepping, homesteading adventures, and the pursuit of liberty and food freedom.  Daisy is also a staff writer at The Daily Sheeple, where she helps to “Wake the Flock Up”. You can follow her on Facebook, Pinterest,  and Twitter, and you can email her at daisy@theorganicprepper.ca


20 Comments  to  Bio and Re-Publication Policy…

  1. Old Guy says:

    read your article on Phy ops on preppers and noticed your comments from Ms Valerie Lucas-McEwen on preppers being selfish. Interesting because I personally know Val from a marriage to a friend. More interesting because Val and her husband just returned from a week long carribean cruise. Why she didn’t share her cruise with the rest of society she is trying to save makes her seem a little selfish also. ( a hypocrite to say the least) keep up the fight. It’s overwhelming at times, but necesary(required)

  2. Rick P. says:

    Read your article that was posted on Lewrockwell and loved it. Thanks for your views and for your encouragement of others.
    Respectfully,
    Rick P.
    Nashville, TN.

  3. Tracy says:

    I just read your article on the flu shot about how it does not work and that it is just a hoax for the pharmaceutical companies to get money. I have to agree with you 100 percent!! I was born with aortic stanosis a deformity in my heart valve I have had 3 open heart surgeries so the doctors always told my mom to get me a flu shot to protect me from getting the flu. Every year she got me one every year I got sick. Well when I turned 18 and moved out she was harping on me to get a flu shot to be safe so I got one and I got so sick I was at work laying on the bathroom floor throwing up running like a 103.2 fever so I said I would never get another flu shot again. That was back in 1999 I never got another one and I have not had the flu since or if I did get a little sick it wasn’t near anything I had ever experienced before I came up with the same conclusion you did that the shot actually made you sick. I will never as long as I live get another flu shot. Thanks for sharing your research I think people should be made aware of what is actually being put in their bodies. Its not good.

    • Kurt says:

      The sickest I have been in the last 20 years was from a TTP vaccine shot. Next time I will take my chances with a rusty fish hook. One minute I thought I was going to die, the next I was afraid I wasn’t going to. Check out the ingredients in them that are not even allowed for consumption must less for injection.

  4. Cutlass says:

    Really like your article on the most wanted. To the point and oh so accurate. The sad fact is, you add about 100 more people from our government and media to that list that are equally dangerous in many ways.

  5. braveheart says:

    Hello, Daisy; Yes, I’m the same braveheart from Mac’s site. Your site is extremely interesting and I saw your interview on You Tube with unleashedindependence.com. Very interesting subject matter. It will be essential and a real challenge to try to maintain one’s physical health in any post-SHTF scenario. I dread it as much as everyone else in the prepper movement and my prepping will continue until the balloon goes up. Your article on emergency funds really hit home for me in many ways. keep up the outstanding work. I’m glad to hear the good news about your daughter.

  6. Kurt says:

    Vaccines are not just to make Big Pharma money, they have the much more sinister objective of population control.

  7. vivian says:

    For the most part I enjoy your blog. I don’t agree with most of your political views, but that’s why we live in the USA. The tornado in OK just goes to show that prepping only goes too far. Most of those people lost whatever preps they had, so when there is a major wind, flood, etc. prepping doesn’t always work.

    • Daisy Luther says:

      Hi Vivian. Thank you very much for writing, and I am glad that you are finding parts of the site worthwhile. :)

      I agree that there is only so much you can do with physical preparations. What I try to stress is that the biggest preparation you can have for any event is your brain. Your ability to adapt to circumstances quickly can be the difference, in some cases, between life and death. I hope that by thinking through the events that can happen, we can consider options beforehand, to enable us to make fast, safe decisions.

      Best wishes, and I hope that you continue to enjoy the articles that are pertinent to your situation.

      Daisy

    • Dana says:

      On the other hand, tornadoes usually leave some houses standing, so if everyone had extra food laid by, those households that weren’t hit could help the ones that are.

      Saving money for the future also does not always keep you from poverty; I have a friend who unfortunately is exemplifying that fact right now. (So, likewise, it’s not very nice to tsk-tsk at an unfortunate person and say “you should have saved for the future.” Maybe they did.) But it’s better to save for the future in case it will help, then to not do it and then have nothing that could have helped.

  8. Sarah Poss says:

    Hi Daisy,
    A friend posted one of your recent blog posts. My curiosity was piqued, and so I visited your bio page to learn more about your personal experience and credentials. Vaccinations are such a controversial and complex subject, and I would love to know more about your experience and work with them.
    Thank you for your time,
    Sarah

    • Daisy Luther says:

      Dear Sarah ~

      Hi – thank you for stopping by!

      I will be the first to admit that I am just a mom with an internet connection. I’m not a doctor, a medical professional, or a scientist. I am someone who has grown more and more concerned as time passes regarding vaccinations. My children had the early childhood vaccines but as I have learned more over the years, I’ve opted to investigate each one individually to see if the merits outweigh the risks. Thus far, I haven’t been convinced that this has been the case, so we no longer vaccinate in our family.

      I try to find information that is not merely anecdotal and publish that information for others to read. We all have to weigh the pros and cons for vaccinations and our families. My goal is not to convince you that all vaccines are evil and that they will cause irreparable damage. My goal is to pass on the information so that you can make your own decisions. I share my own reasons for not vaccinating (like the article I linked to about the flu shot), but I urge readers to do their own research too.

      Finally, I am blessed with very smart friends. I have some friends who are medical professionals (one of whom is pro-vaccination), some friends who do lots of research, and some friends who write on medical topics. I generally speak with several of them to confirm that the information I am sharing is correct and accurately conveyed.

      I hope this answers your question thoroughly.

      Best wishes ~

      Daisy

      • Sarah says:

        Thank you, Daisy! You’re right–it is important to research and know the facts. Thank you for sharing!
        Regards,
        Sarah

  9. Yvonne says:

    Bravo to you, Daisy! You’re becoming more anarcho-capitalist every day. Your excellent articles are very well read on LRC.

    Keep up the great work and thank you for all you do.
    Y

  10. Leslie H. says:

    Great article. You are an amazing writer. I reposted to my website with all credentials. My clients are going to love this! Thanks.

  11. Janelle Tonini says:

    Hi, love this site. I wouldn’t call myself a prepper exactly, but I try to be as self suffiecent as possible. Its nice to read a womens perspective on things. Alot of the prepper/ self sufficency sites are done by men. Its also good to know Im not the only one out there thats interested in these things. My husband is what I call the anti prepper. Reality TV watching, nothing is ever going to happen, why spend money on extra food when we can go out instead, why get organic the other stuff is cheaper, the government will fix everything, type of person. Sigh……..so sometimes it can get very frustrating. Keep up the great work!

    Best Wishes
    Janelle Tonini

    • Donna Sevastis says:

      I feel your pain! My husband is not quite awake yet regarding this topic. While it is extremely frustrating, I figure it is only necessary for one of us to “get it” and prep. He works hard and that is how I am able to prep for our family! Good luck!

  12. Greg says:

    I do intend to use some of the material here for my own website. You will get all the credit for this great content.

  13. Hi Daisy, I like your Christmas story, well done! I have a message about collapse – looking at the global synthetic/factory food system collapse in a White Paper called “closing the hunger gap”. My life’s work as an inventor, called SolaRoof, has resulted in a solution for organic, regenerative Food/Energy/Water – the FEW essentials for living, which is the POD. The POD is a vertical farm – greener than a greenhouse – and is a Creative Commons design that offers a vast social enterprise movement for a local food economy. Together, in a global collaboration/cooperative community, the new WE can build a path to safety, security and peace. WE, as a human family, may build a future prosperity for all that is not exploitive or destructive; that will not exhaust or degrade the earth’s ecosystems but will be healing and bring restoration to wildness, even as the human population tips 10 billion in numbers. I invite discussion of the PODnet plan, also available for download at http://www.podworksglobal.com – more importantly, PODnet is inviting engagement and action – please LIKE us at https://www.facebook.com/SolaRoofCoop

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