Have you noticed that in the past five years the news media has been more and more dishonest, to the point of outright lies? Have you noticed that the news no longer gives you the straight dope – even during times of emergency?
Want to know what the last outpost of true information is? RADIO.
That’s right, the thing great grandpa used to listen to….
All over the United States, tons of mom and pop radio stations are run 24/7 by good old fashioned broadcasters, not media conglomerates. During emergencies, these small radio stations tell you the news like it is, because they are recording live with no edit button and these broadcasters are a part of their communities.
So during an emergency, you need a radio.
And not just any radio will do – the radio in your car isn’t sensitive enough for small, low power radio stations and don’t even think of internet radio, which will be down the second disaster strikes.
What you need is a RASR – the revolutionary Rapid Alert Survival Radio.
Developed by Spekter Tactical the RASR is a revolutionary kind of radio that uses no batteries and relies on the sun – and a hand crank – for a full charge.
One minute of hand cranking gives a day of radio power!
Oh, and the RASR also charges your cell phone or other USB devices, so while everyone else is floundering without information, you’ll be getting yours loud and clear!
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Adil Khan (Arjun Rampal), a highly decorated police officer is posted to Nandighat, after martyrdom of 84 policemen and CRPF soldiers. Within days, he discovers that the Maoists, led by Rajan (Manoj Bajpayee), effectively control the area. They are able to swiftly thwart Adil's most determined efforts. Despite holding a position of enormous power as the SSP of Nandighat, Adil has never felt so helpless in his career. But then, into his life, re-enters his friend Kabir (Abhay Deol). Rootless, aimless, the quintessential rolling stone. His only anchor in life has always been his friendship with and his loyalty for Adil. The maverick proposes an outrageous plan: He will infiltrate Rajan's group and be Adil's informer, and together they will smash the Maoist organization in Nandighat. In spite of his apprehensions, Adil agrees. Sure enough, Kabir gets in and craftily wins their confidence, as only he can. He secretly begins informing
Adil, who starts attacking the Naxals with great success. An enormous cache of arms is raided; two top national leaders and 63 Naxals are killed at an arms-training camp, and Rajan himself is captured. Within weeks, Adil-Kabir turn the game, pushing the Maoists onto the back foot. But Kabir also begins sympathising with abject helplessness of the rural poor, brutally displaced in the name of development, the fruits of which never reach them; their land, their forest, their water has been snatched to allow big business to exploit the area and its people further. Kabir begins identifying and with Naxals. Juhi (Anjali Patil), a dedicated Naxal with a tender heart, who has seen pain like none other. She begins to fall in love with Kabir. The confusion in Kabir's heart intensifies dangerously until he is on the horns of a ghastly dilemma: Who does he support now? Who does he fight? He finds himself in a chakravyuh (labyrinth) from which there is no retreat now. And yet, before Kabir
can make one last desperate attempt to resolve this with his friend Adil, events hurtle him into making choices that would put him at war with him. A war that would change the future of the region. A war that can end only when one of them destroys the other.