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Monday, May 25, 2009

Unrelenting march to tyranny

Start paying attention folks the government is not going to advertise in the paper when the end is near.

Consider the following: In the last few months bricks of 22 ammunition have almost disappeared from the market place. Reasonably priced bulk foods have a 3 month waiting list before they are shipped. The latest important shortage that I have noticed is rock phosphate. Even though the US has huge reserves of this mineral it has mysteriously been disappearing from the market place. Believe me this is not happening by accident. Starving a population into submission is a method of tyrants as old as the hills.

Take your heads out of the sand and do whatever it takes because the end is coming don't let the incrementalism fool you.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Finding land: a must use resource

It's sort of embarrassing, but having used the Internet for almost 15 years and computers for 30 years I did not know about the USDA Web Soil Survey. This is a database of the soils of every county of every state in the United States on a square foot by square foot basis.

The way I found this out was when I moved to Missouri recently. The 160 acres I stay on has rock about 4 inches down on a lot of the property. This makes it somewhat hard to grow root crops in a crop rotation. Just up the road a guy moved in from California and bought 12 acres. The soil on almost the entire farm is a spectacular deep loam. The price he paid for this land was also in line with what people are paying for really lousy soil in the rest of the county.

He tells me that only 4% of the soil in this county is good farm land and that at any one time that only 5% of the land is for sale. I want to share his secret with you and wish I had known about it earlier.

I can't teach you all the ins and out of the site but if you go to:

You will be amazed at the information that you can find out about the soil in a particular area. You too can find absolutely beautiful soil even in areas that are not known for good soil by using this tool.

Good Luck!

Sunday, May 3, 2009

The homeless: thinking outside the box.

I guess with all the fluoride in the water, the biased media, and the indoctrination handed out in government indoctrination centers called schools, that it is understandable that the American public can not add 2+2 even when the answer is directly in front of their faces.

If you have not been living in a cave you will have read about the tent cities in many places around the country most prominently California. The answer to this dilemma is not rocket science folks! One answer is right in front of your face.

The problem is as is the solution to many problems is that the solution has been legislated as illegal by special interest groups.

Give up?

Let me give you a hint: Two days ago I rented a 10'x20' storage locker for a grand total of $50 a month.

Yup like most things in life the solution is very simple. It is your prejudices and brain washing that keeps you from seeing it. My 10'x20' storage locker is not only larger but better constructed than homes that I have seen in third world countries housing whole families. I can also tell you that living in one would be a hell of a step up from the Eureka tent that I have been living in for the past 2 years.

You city folks that don't have a clue may ask about water, heat, bathing, waste disposal, cooking, etc.

Again this is not rocket science and are issues that man has taken care of no matter how poor they are for thousands of years: A bucket with a lid makes a rest room and provides a valuable commodity that in China is often bought and paid for. Water can be hauled or delivered. Heating, bathing, and cooking can be taken care of with a small single burner camp stove or even by the use of local wood.

No you might not want to live like this. But in times of hardship it is called living within ones means, and taking care of oneself. Instead in the modern US the solution is socialism and the stealing of your neighbors resources. The bottom line to me is that this whole system is created to make bankers rich.

Think about it. Why can't you add 2+2? Why do you go along with stealing from your neighbors and enriching bankers as the only viable solution to a simple problem?