Friday, February 18, 2011

Planting Seeds

Allow me to plant some additional your mind. We are in the middle of a financial attack on our national sovereignty. The foreign bankers directing the attack use manipulation of our dollar to change the value of things we need to buy and sell.

Part of the attack is energy. This foreign cabal includes the oil companies and electric providers. These monopolists are our only providers for transportation fuel and to heat our homes and businesses. They have already jacked up their prices and we are sure to see more of that. To counteract this tactic all we can do for the most part is to conserve. If you are lucky enough to have a fireplace like me then burning wood is a great way to cut down on heating costs. It also keeps the wealth used to pay for your heat in the local area because firewood is generally provided by guys with trucks, chainsaws and a local craigslist ad. They can use the money more than the sneaky bankers can so keep buying locally for heat whenever you can. If you use fuel oil form a consumer's union of fellow users of burner fuel. If you and a hundred neighbors contact each provider of oil and bargain as one then you will get a better price than if each negotiates individually. With electric the trouble is with kids. They leave the lights on. But my house is darker than most because I ruthlessly shut off everything not in use.

The other main prong of this attack is on our food. The price of food is going to go to the moon unless we all get up off our ass and plant something. You might even be able to turn food into money depending on how high it gets at the stores. My sons work for a supermarket chain and the supply of food for them to even sell is drastically declining. The ideal situation would be for the globalists suppliers of food being unable to sell the food to the grocery chains because it was too expensive for people to buy. Instead, what would be better is for local food growers right down to the home gardeners supplying the grocers with fresh produce. But in the meantime if I have a bumper crop of tomatoes I'll put up a craigslist ad and barter them for something that I don't have rather than buy it at the store with dollars. If everyone grew a garden then we could crush this prong of the attack. This strategy alone might cause all of the other incursions by the bankers to tumble like a house of cards. It's easy too.

Find the place in your property that gets the most sunlight. Takes some newspapers and lay them down forming rows the width of the newspapers so you can have space to walk between them. Buy, borrow or beg some soil and throw it on top of the newspapers about six inches high. Plant your seedlings spaced appropriately then water, weed and whack all pests that are sure to show up for a bite. I guarantee you will harvest something if you keep at it. Keep adding to your operation by composting your garbage and put a permanent border around your garden with stone, brick, wood other than pressure treated toxic boards or anything that does the trick to corral in the garden dirt and helps keep the weeds out. The initial newspaper bed is to kill the weeds there originally by smothering them. Then the newspapers turns to dirt for your veggies. At our 1/8 acre lot I've turned just about every part of the yard into a food producer. I've even trellised my grape vines to hang over my driveway giving me shade in the hot weather and delicious free fruit. Do a bit of research on the net to see what grows best in your area. Here where I live I must be in the lettuce belt. Apparently, the only way you can kill lettuce here in Edgewater is to pull it up and eat it.

The more we grow the more our stomachs will be full of delicious food and the less dependent we will be on the globalists trying to bring us to our knees so they can sell us on their global fiat electric money.


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