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Saturday, March 31, 2012


We have all been indoctrinated, taken away from our families five days a week from the age of five and sometimes earlier until we are eighteen, and this is just preparation for our undergraduate and finally graduate degrees. In that indoctrination we are sold the lies of the Power Elite, not in the curriculum which can actually be quite educational, but in how to act and think.

We are taught that it is necessary to be separated from our food supply, that it's not humanly possible for every single human being to grow their own food and that we wouldn't really want to anyway. Then we are freed up to do other things with our lives other than the labourious toil of growing food. It's part of evolution, and it's natural. We are also taught that though is is terribly unfair it is also natural for some of the world's population to be starving, and we make a really great show of trying to do something about it, like we haven't done enough already.

It is from this context that scientists have been guided to be our moral teachers. The clergy smock has been traded for the scientific lab coat. Personally I prefer to get my guidance from the source: within. But those days will be coming to an end if the Power Elite have their way and the reasonableness of science backed by government military might prevails. Then we will do what we have all logically and reasonably been told, or we will be punished.


  1. HI. its Graham. we've got a little plot of earth in our front yard and are growing chives, tomatoes, garlic and ornamental grass. the grass is from our cousin lori who has a farm in alberta. they needed to find a way to make a living after mad cow disease ruined them. what can i do in my daily routine to started a shift towards self reliance in terms of food for my family?

    1. Find good quatlity, non-GMO seeds. Grow them, and save some of the seeds for the following season. Watch the video from this post: