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Freedom of speech implies violent rhetoric as well.
With the blatant symbolism: black and white for as above so below, the twin pillars Jachin and Boaz, and naturally the pyramid with the glorified head stone.
Indeed, let's not be the chaos they create order from.
Dey afraid we have it all. We do.
Dad's in school. Groups of dads volunteering and walking around the schools. These kids need male figures
Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian politician and journalist who founded and led the National Fascist Party. Wikipedia
I agree, because the term organic is from the government and allows things I find counter intuitive to what nature intends which is how I identify organic. Not naturally derived elements in dangerous concentrations, but feeding soil to grow healthy plants that can withstand disease and pest pressure. We butt heads with the organic growers at the farm market because they don't like that we are non certified and still crushing it with no sprays and educating consumers about how scale is the issue, because even large scale organic farms abuse sprays and waste tons of plastic. I enjoy putting a new perspective to what farming is and can be. I worry the globohomos are going to ruin the name of sustainable farming by acting like it is the savoir, when like most things, diversity and decentralization of production are what we need to create more resilient systems. More smaller better
Indeed, but we try to go beyond organic by not spraying at all. No desire to support the chemical and pharmaceutical companies that produce them.
My wife and I produce almost $100k in mixed vegetables on less than 2 acres with just compost. Highest quality vegetables around. My only complaint is using some ground cover and insect netting (to avoid spraying). I hope to switch to scything my own mulch when I get to purchase land and switch from leased land. We feed 24 families a week $35 worth of vegetables and are bringing in $3k a week easy at our 2 farmers markets from March-December. Just 2 people. 2 acres. And shit loads of wheel barrows of compost.
They never talk about biodiversity or what these alternative inputs are. Uh, compost? How is it easier or more sustainable to clone plants and animals than to grow them in the soil and return everything back to the natural carbon cycle?
I barely had the technical abilities to do this maneuver. Hopefully someone can get that together for us.
Hence the EM, but still dasting... that was my context of the Elon Musk Space X subsidies as the Q drop, but are the 2 mutually exclusive when it comes to communications? I mean, it's just virtual money they move, these numbers could mean anything really.
Gotta do something with all that money, how about sponsoring propaganda
As a farmer, I am constantly in fear the state will either shut me down or make me a producer for the globalist agenda. Neither of which will happen because I'll be dead first.
Because we have lives
I love this place
Start your own business.
I was thinking about these things the other day. Being a vegetable farmer, if I diversified my production to feed my family instead of the community, we could probably use much less land and enjoy some high quality food and still some to trade, sell, barter. But, rent and bills and not being a property owner make this impossible.
I hate the idea of working with others so homesteading or having my own business is my only way.
Technology has no politics. Just like any tool, it is only as useful as you make it. Half of my tools I use more for a purpose they aren't intended for. Libertarianism would hopefully allow the freedom and space for primitivism but the 2 aren't mutually in or exclusive.
In the end, it's really tough to find the balance between independence and interdependence.
I don't always make memes at 3 am, but when I do, I probably fucked it up.
“Those who ‘consecrate’ and ‘purify’ themselves in a sacred garden with its idol in the center—feasting on pork and rats and other detestable meats—will come to a terrible end,” says the LORD.
Even a customer at the farmers market this past saturday mentioned the lack of chem trails and crystal blue skies. I agreed with him, southeast PA here
Sorry that some people suck at farming. Sounds like the government was the problem not forgoing chemical use. We call it a learning curve.
Real shit happens in the real world, not the internet. Go outside.
I can't stop laughing