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It’s Food Fight Friday at Wolf’s Pub! Okay, it’s not the kind we usually think of, with teenagers flinging lunch trays and pudding all over the place. No, we’re in an existential fight for the integrity and plenitude of our food supply.

The globalist/communist elites both in our government and around the world are merrily working their plan to bring us into subjugation. Food is a big part of it. And we all know that, in the end, they will attempt to starve us into submission when all else fails.

I was going to do another marathon post with copious links and so forth, but the video I am sharing below pretty much sums up the ongoing globalist/communist revolution we’ve been seeing worldwide.

Since food is indispensable to life, it might be time to see what the crazy elites have been up to. Christian Westbrook, the Ice Age Farmer, has a conversation with Dr. Frédéric Leroy, who details the history of the elite obsession with controlling food consumption.

Btw, I highly recommend following Ice Age Farmer. He is the go-to source for what is news in the food and farming industry.

The video is almost two hours, which seems an eternity now. If you want the slideshow version, I’ll be posting many that were shared in the video. I doubt anyone here will be surprised at the deep interconnection between organizations like the UN, the World Economic Forum, Black Rock, the multinationals, and so on. It’s all here in the video.

CALVADOS!

Before we get to it, let’s enjoy a glass of Calvados, otherwise known as Apple Brandy. What a lovely drink and I had no idea that apple brandy was a big thing when our nation was young. Here’s a really nice video on how early Americans made apple brandy:

Here’s a link to some recommended calvados,  and here’s some French history and requirements for making calvados. Always the best with the French, oui?

HOUSE RULES

While we’re at it, let’s just get the niceties IN the way, shall we? Yep, rules of civil conduct here. Go to the Utree if you have a case of the nasties, or we somehow need to reconvene there.

A lovely glass of Calvados for everyone! We also have a lovely apple cider for those who don’t wish to indulge.

THE RESET OF OUR FOOD SUPPLY AND SYSTEMS

I’ll post the video just below, and then give you a good taste of the slideshow. And boy are you in for a show.

The History: Yes, Rockefeller and Friends

Way back in the 1960s we have the Rockefeller Commission Report that suggests “synthetic meats” and “food from factories.” Long-term planning, eh? Now, it’s coming to fruition unless we stop them. Christian and Dr. Leroy talk about the companies now producing fake meat and how intertwined they are with the organizations that are pushing for the NWO.

Interconnected Evil

As Dr. Leroy says in the video, it is a monolith.

The Great Food Transformation???

What did that fellow just say?

Friends, they want the “affluent middle class” weak, hungry, and poisoned. The better to control us.

THEY WANT US EATING INSECTS

They want to do away with meat and dairy. They really, really do. Dr. Leroy discusses how cows use a lot of pasture land, and that gets in the way of the globalist plan of fake meat and insects for us. The cows have to go so the land has to go. Hmmmm, I wonder if that is why Bill Gates is buying farmland

Who is that Saudi prince? Yep.

Did ya know they have a One-size-fits-all Planetary Diet proscribed for the entire world population? These people are so deeply mad that it hurts to think about it. They want to cut out starches and almost all meat and dairy. We’ll be eating lentils and veggies until the cows come home. Our protein will be lab “meat” or bugs. And they will force it on us if we don’t comply.

THE RELIGIOUS ANGLE

Dr. Leroy shows the religious element involved in the food takeover. It’s the Gaia, One World Religion thing and yes, they are stark raving mad!

Transhumanism is all mixed up in their bizarre universal consciousness weirdness.

WE CAN’T FORGET CHINA!

What’s in it for the CCP? Lots, I bet!

Did I mention Black Rock is all up in this stuff? The Council on Foreign Relations? All the usual suspects want to control what we eat and how that food reaches us. Don’t get me started on blockchain. We are already seeing how the elites are purposely disrupting the supply chain, and we are seeing an unprecendented rise in food costs for ourselves and for our livestock. How could chicken scratch rise 30% in just a few weeks?

WHAT CAN WE DO?

Christian asked Dr. Leroy what can be done to stop this global takeover. The good doctor was perplexed, but he did say that we need to get connected on the local level with our food. By that, he meant we need to seek out local food producers, since not all of us can grow gardens.

Blackberries are ripening!

He said we have become disconnected from our local food sources. He also said that he is faithful to the food traditions of his culture, which includes foods such as organ meats.

I fully agree with that statement. I have put off getting in touch with a local beef rancher because it is really expensive to buy grass fed beef. But guess what? Beef prices have skyrocketed. If I’m going to pay a premium for my food, it might as well be the nutritious stuff.

On a similar note, the grocery stores have whole isles of stuff that we’re told is food, but has been so processed that it hardly passes for food. So little old me has begun a campaign to move my household to a Traditional Foods home. One step and one skill at a time.

Sourdough bread

I found Mary of Mary’s Nest, who has an online traditional foods classroom. I adore this woman. She is so thorough and earnest about leading people to food freedom. I love her quirky style and how open she is to taking us step-by-step to learning the traditional ways of cooking. Here’s her video on making a sourdough starter:

ODDS AND ENDS

By the way, I spoke with a grocery store employee today who told me that both Kroger and her company are going to allow fully vaccinated employees to wear a button that states such, and they won’t have to wear the mask. Those who aren’t vaccinated will still have to wear masks. She said it is just rumor at this point. I say a couple lawsuits should fix that right up.

Here’s another interview with Whitney Webb and the Ice Age Farmer: “AI and the War on Agriculture.”. Very informative.

Liquifying the dead and putting that in the water and/or agricultural land is SICK AS HELL!

Homesteading at Solari. There’s a part two also.

Let’s drink a toast to all the patriots in Arizona who are making that audit count in ways that could help save our republic! And may patriots in Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire keep the pressure on. AUDIT! AUDIT! AUDIT!

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Sylvia Avery

Great opening, grandma. All of this stuff seems to be coming toward us pell mell, doesn’t it? It was really only a decade ago I would read JD Robb books where they were eating soy dogs and so forth and when they got to eat real food they were moaning about how delicious it was. And now this is right here in front of us. They really are determined to shove us into this.

Gail Combs

Yeah, I also read JD Robb and her “Urban Wars” sounds about right.

scott467

“THEY WANT US EATING INSECTS”
___________

Um, I don’t like bugs…

😁

cthulhu

Not to worry — once you run ’em through the blender, you can’t tell what they used to be.

scott467

“Not to worry — once you run ’em through the blender, you can’t tell what they used to be.”

___________

You get all of mine 👍 😁

Linda

And mine. I’ll have to take up hunting if all this comes to pass.

cthulhu

Don’t forget to use pureed bugs as bait!

Linda

For deer????

cthulhu

ANT-elope.

cthulhu

If it were anyone else, you might suspect that wasn’t in a back pocket before the “bug puree” comment…..but it was me.

Wolf Moon

Deer are the lucky bonanza of the subsistence hunter. Rabbits and squirrels will be your usual dinner. The occasional raccoon, possum, dinner bird, or big snake.

Not that all snakes taste good, but some are worse.

cthulhu

….and, then, there are feral pigs….

Wolf Moon

Now THAT is a wonderful lucky day!

They’ll run out quickly, until the ammo starts getting scarce.

bflyjesusgrl

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Barb Meier

No worries… learn from our soldiers years in Vietnam. Dig a deep hole in the woods. Insert sharpened sticks pointing upward, cover with something lightweight and then cover that with leaves. Wait behind a bush and then use a baseball bat to bean the critter in the head so it doesn’t hurt for too long. Just because we eat them doesn’t mean we need to be needlessly cruel. 🙂

Gail Combs

Don’t forget to add some nice bait like corn or fruit….

piper567

cthuhu, my Nephew hunts immature wild pigs in FLA.
They love ’em.
smokes, grills, sausages, ribs.
He eyeballs their weight, says it makes the difference.

Wolf Moon

Little ones probably go down with lighter ammo, too. Good subsistence game.

piper567

yes. he uses .223 quite convincingly. You are right: v good subsistence game: they breed like bunnies.

Wolf Moon

How easy or hard do they go down? I’m wondering if .22LR hollowpoints are enough for close in head shots.

I’m a miser with ammo. 😉

piper567

Wolfie….maybe if its 38-40 gr stuff…in The EARHOLE, ha! or maybe the eye.
Maybe practice on an EAR target a bit further away than you think you are willing to approach an actual animal?
Since you are a miser, play w LRN cheapies, ha!
Their hide is pretty tough.

Wolf Moon

Thanks! Yup – sounds like .223 is just about perfect, and .22LR is pretty marginal!

piper567

wolfie…yeah unless you are v confident in your shot placement, .22 IS rather marginal. The hogs can be v unpredictable and quite dangerous.

CMinTN

If you were production killing them maybe, if hunting I would go for .22-250, .223, or greater.

singingsoul1

Remember they take our guns also. We need to learn how to shot with bow and arrow. Shling shot for starlings They are a delicacy 🙂

Gail Combs

All they have to do is go after the AMMO.

NOTHING in the Constitution about ammo.

singingsoul1

Crap 🙁

Gail Combs

OH, and OH!Bummer’s Admin was buying up Ammo like it was going out of style creating a massive shortage.

June 18, 2020
Where are all the guns and ammo purchased under Obama?
During the last two years of the Obama administration, some unusual purchases were made.  Large quantities of ammunition were purchased, as were firearms, mostly for somewhat obscure agencies or agencies with no real need for such weaponry.  Estimates are that over 1 billion rounds of ammunition were ordered, which resulted in making ammunition scarce for the normal civilian market.
Also significant was Obama’s troublesome statement made during his campaign, as follows

We cannot continue to rely only on our military … we’ve got to have a civilian security force just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.  We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set.

What national security objectives?  Surely, he is not talking about arming the civilian population, as he wants to disarm us.  Why would he want such a “civilian security force”?…

singingsoul1

Under Obama were there not weapon stashes discovered where the government stored them? They also bout weapons for other branches of government?
I remember something like that. I always wondered why he would do that.

singingsoul1

He Obama always looked for a civilian military force selected by whom?
Is that why they want to get rid of police and ruin our military? Lots to contemplate on.

Barb Meier

Arms without ammo is just art.

Wolf Moon

True enough – I began making bows as a kid!

But the only way this boy drops his gun is to pick up a laser! There ain’t no goin’ back to bow and arrow, except as a skill to GET A GUN. 😉
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singingsoul1

I got the message 🙂

Chris

” Remember they take our guns also. “

OH No they don’t !!!

THAT is the absolute last straw.
When they cross THAT line,..
It means only ONE thing.

FULL STOP !!

OUR GUNS are the ONLY thing that
protects US from THEM.

So ,when THEY come for your weapon used for self defense AGAINST THEM.
YOU WILL KNOW ,

IT’S GAME ON !!

AND THEY KNOW IT !!

THAT IS THE COLD HARD FACT.

Before they take our guns ,Every last one of those sumbitches or anyone who sides with them will hang from a light post.
THAT is how you fix TYRANNY.
And that is the real reason the Capitol is fenced in , ..to protect them from us.

If there was any honor in DC they would weed out any amongst themselves who opposed your Constitutional RIGHT to defend yourself ,just as you or I would defend THEIR RIGHT to become a slave ,if they desire.
OR..they could all just go hang themselves , before WE get to them.
Because there are more of US with guns
than THEM who want to take them from us.

Any way you slice it , THEY KNOW !!

:rant over.

singingsoul1

Good rant 🙂

Coldeadhands

⬆️ This! ⬆️

piper567

singing, my Brother insists Starlings were put on Earth for target practice.

singingsoul1

Poor starlings

cthulhu

I had boar in Italy, in Tuscany. Very nice.

singingsoul1

My grandmother cooked wild boar. The problem is not only hunting them one has to know how to prepare them otherwise they do not taste good.
They can be very fatty.
A wild boar also can be deadly if one does not have a good shot.

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cthulhu

And, BTW, everything (except maybe venison, grouse, pheasant, or wild turkey) is stewed.

You do not get chargrilled rabbit steaks.

Wolf Moon

Oh, no, not for this kid. I learned. Pan and onions in the TRUNK or the bed of the truck. Fry it up right on the spot. 🐇

cthulhu

That’s still panfried and not chargrilled — the point being that you don’t get nice slabs of steak, you get little bits with bones and tendons in ’em.

Valerie Curren

I’m constantly commenting when we watch Alone about how they should be putting much of what they get in the pot so they can get All the nutrition out of the scarce meat harvest. I love grilled meat but it does drop the fat into the fire so there is less calories to be had by the survivalist.

We’ve been working on making “bone broth” (not perfected yet) or veggie broth from scraps we would otherwise just throw away. It’s a way to stretch that food dollar & get maximum flavor & nutrition from what’s on hand.

Wolf Moon

I hear you. It ain’t steak!

Stewing is the best for squirrel, too, IMO – at least by a good cook. But once I had fresh pan-fried rabbit, I was sold!

Valerie Curren

Sounds like some of those MeatEater episodes, though they’re usually doing it in the field over a wood fire. They make it look & sound delish!

Cuppa Covfefe

Something like this (you kill it; we grill it…) 😀

From the inimitable Road Kill Cafe in Moosehead Lake, Maine:

Rack of Raccoon
Smear of Deer
Awesome Possum
Cheap Sheep
Slab of Lab
Pit Bull Pot Pie
Shar-Pei Fillet
Bowl of Mole

RoadKill Basic Recipe
Rules of The RoadKill
1. Freshness is always the rule (if it’s still there on your way home, it’s too late).

2. Semi-squashed is much better than squashed; anything clobbered by an 18-wheeler is absolutely undesirable.

3. Blacktop surfaces are much preferred over dirt roads; concrete is a gourmet’s delight.

4. Remember the early bird catches the….ah, worm!
 
And from Norm, of Lubbock Texas:

Tips for fresh road kill
The key is you need to carry with you a piece of chalk. When you are on your way into town you stop at any road kill on the road and put a chalk circle around it.

On the way home any road kill that you see without a chalk circle is fresh and good to go.
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Wolf Moon

Slab of Lab! LOL!!!

singingsoul1

The back of the rabbit is a delicacy roasted. Spick the back with thin slivers of bacon since rabbit is very lean.

singingsoul1

Serve rabbit with red cabbage and potato dumplings and forest mushrooms…:)
Dessert a nice apple strudel with whip cream.

Wolf Moon

Mmmmmm!

singingsoul1

🙂

Gail Combs

Hasenpfeffer!!!!  🤓 

singingsoul1

🙂

Valerie Curren

There’s an old Metal Gear video game on PlayStation where the main character, Snake Pliskin!, sustains himself on site & can kill just about anything he encounters. So snakes, tarantulas, rats, etc. Some of his comments about how disgusting something tastes are pretty funny. It’s the way to keep the character’s life up in the field…predictive programming?

Anyone who’s watched Bear Grylls knows that there are some very disgusting ways to sustain life in the wild, but it’s much more fun to watch him or some other sap endure that than to be forced into being an active participant, imho.

Coldeadhands

Sing a song of sixpence,
A pocket full of rye,
Four and twenty blackbirds
Baked in a pie.

scott467

I know that song… 👍😁

Ever seen a blind man cross the road
Trying to reach the other side
Ever seen a young girl growing old
Trying to make herself a bride

So what becomes of you my love
When they have finally stripped you of
The handbags and the gladrags
That your poor old Grandad had to sweat to buy ya

Once I was a young man
And all I thought I had to do was smile
You are still a young girl
And you bought everything in style

But once you think you’re in you’re out
But that don’t mean a single thing without
The handbags and the gladrags
That your poor old Grandad had to sweat to buy ya

Sing a song of six-pence for your sake
And buy a bottle full of rye
Four and twenty blackbirds in a cake
And bake them all in a pie

They told me you missed school today
So what I suggest you just throw them all away
The handbags and the gladrags
That your poor old Granddad had to sweat to buy ya

They told me you missed school today…
So what I suggest, you just throw them all away
The handbags and the gladrags
That your poor old Granddad had to sweat to buy ya…

piper567

Lind, choose your rifle now.

gil00

Do people still eat chocolate covered insects?
I remember seeing those things as a kid inside a couple specialty stores.

Wolf Moon

I’m pretty sure I’ve had the chocolate ants.

gil00

Insect caviar. Blech.

Wolf Moon

Formic acid and chocolate is a very amazing smell – must have been the French who figured it out. Anyway, now I can smell a single crushed ant anywhere near me, and it smells “foody” like vinegar (acetic acid).

It’s a lot like maraschino cherries and chocolate or berries and chocolate and other aldehydes and esters and chocolate combine to give a really awesome smell – that’s what formic acid does for me now.

gil00

Huh. You must be really sensitive.

Wolf Moon

I am – but acid smells are also very powerful, and formic acid is extremely distinctive AND volatile.

gil00

Hmmm. Im sure like many…once you smell that you never unsmell it. Same with human body mixtures….

Cuppa Covfefe

Have you tried Fizzies or Kool-Aid on snails? (speaking of French Cuisine, of course 🙂 )….

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Wolf Moon

WHOA. Never heard of that one!

(have had snails!)

scott467

“Do people still eat chocolate covered insects?”

________

Not me, I never did, and I’m not starting now, that I can tell you… 🤣 😂 🤣

gil00

I bet!

Cuppa Covfefe

When I was in Uni, my mom sent me a package of fake plastic chocolates, that looked and smelled (pretty much) like the real thing…

Late one evening my RA, after a long day and a long round of toking, had the munchies, in the worst way. He’d already exhausted his stash of snacks and was desperate for more. (You can tell where this is going, I’m sure 🙂 ).

I offered him the four faux chocs, thinking he’d figure it out and bring them back…

Bring them back, he did.

Two and a half chocs… the other one and a half 😮

He was not thrilled, but too zonked to do much about it (lucky for me!). Needless to say, he didn’t want any snacks from me after that…

bflyjesusgrl

At a business dinner in Monterrey, MX they brought out Grasshoppers and went around the table goading folks to eat. No matter how much tequila, I drew the line and refused!! I’ll never forget the faces on some of my male American co-workers. 🤢
Just saw an ad for a restaurant in the NE serving chocolate covered cicadas.
HELL NO!!! They’re intensifying the PROPAGANDA!!

singingsoul1

Frog legs my father told me taste like chicken 🙂
eel smoked is good also.

bflyjesusgrl

I fell for the froglegs taste like chicken bit for 1 bite, then NOPE. My Dad could fry anything and make it taste Fabulous. When we were little he used to make fried rabbit and it was good. Not sure I’d voluntarily ever eat that again. His fried deer meat was the only kind I ever liked.

Gail Combs

I cut ground venison 50/50 with hamburger. Then use it in hamburger stroganoff, spagetti, lasagna, moussaka…

Same with ground goat or ground mutton (OLD sheep)

bflyjesusgrl

SNEAKY!!😉

Gail Combs

Protein is protein, though the elk was a bit chewy, it was fine in stews.

Hubby’s aunt unloaded about 20 lbs of frozen elk on us after I said the elk tasted good at a party….

piper567

Valerie, a friend’s Italian Grandmother pressure cooked elk w a tangy tomato sauce.
it was over the moon!!!

Cuppa Covfefe

How many pounds of pressure was the pressure cooker set at? 😆

singingsoul1

In our home we cannot have rabbit because my husband had pet rabbits.

gil00

Ick. Thats so gross.

Cuppa Covfefe

They’re not BUGS, they’re FEATURES (or creature features, minus Bob Wilkins)…

They tried that with me with Haggis in Scotland… no way… :mrgreen:

Wolf Moon

LMAO!!! Oh, that’s good!

singingsoul1

Chocolate covered ants have been a delicacy for years . 🙂

scott467

I know it, and I want to make sure there’s enough to go around for everybody else, so I abstain 😁

singingsoul1

I did the same the idea is gross 🙂

Wolf Moon

I think I had had a few drinks the first time I tried them – and that was long before all the globalist “let them eat bugs” bullshit.

singingsoul1

Yes they were a delicacy in France.
Good you had to many to drink. 🙂

Barb Meier

Perdue has a commercial where a guy talks about some chicken growers feeding chickens bugs and blood by-products at what looks like a fair or exhibition. The people listening react like that’s gross and the speakers tell them to go on down to the Perdue booth because Perdue does not do that. LOL

Gail Combs

Good grief. CHICKENS EAT BUGS!!! That is why you turn them loose in your orchard and lawn!

The Bugs Your Chickens Love—And Hate!

…..Raising chickens has long been known as an excellent way to curtail the local insect population—“insect” being a colloquial catch-all term that covers noninsect arthropods such as spiders, worms and centipedes. If it creeps, crawls or flies, your birds will obligingly hunt it down and eat it.

Chickens’ omnivorous diet, ravenous appetite and natural curiosity will keep them cheerfully foraging in their run and, if you allow it, on your lawn or in your garden. Free-ranging your chickens will not only keep your flock content but will also significantly diminish the number of insects on your property.

Chickens will gladly gobble up grasshoppers, hookworms, potato beetles, termites, ticks, slugs, centipedes, spiders and scorpions. They’ll happily devour the larvae of ants, moths and termites, with a distinct partiality to beetle larvae—lawn grubs and mealworms, aka darkling beetle larvae. (The latter are sold by various companies, if you’d like to buy a treat for your birds.)

There are, of course, instances where you’ll find yourself upset at your birds’ propensity for inhaling all insects, such as when they chase after butterflies and fireflies, or greedily gulp down your garden’s earthworms. Likewise, there will be times you’ll scratch your head and wonder why your flock is completely ignoring certain insects you want gone, such as box-elder bugs and multicolored Asian ladybeetles. (Both emit a noxious odor and therefore have few natural predators.)

Chickens will also avoid ingesting bees—and who can blame them?—but they will chow down on hive beetles, which has encouraged many beekeepers to keep honeybee hives alongside their flocks…..

gil00

This is so wrong. I gitta say if our leo brass is this afraid or this corrupt to fear a backlash over this, then please prepare yourself to not depend on leo to help fight “the baddies” if they come knocking.

AntifaBook.com (@JackPosobiec) Tweeted:
BREAKING: Officer Who Went Viral With Video Mocking LeBron James Has Been FIRED https://t.co/DbOHevH20g

Sylvia Avery

Police chiefs work for the mayors who are mostly Dims. Doesn’t bode well for LEOs to have to work for such people. We’re in a world of hurt.

This is awful.

Wolf Moon

This is the result of that CHEAT ELECTION.

Sylvia Avery

Yeppers!

piper567

Sylvia, did you notice that 300 Seattle Police Officers will be gone before the end of the year?
Chief says that’s 1/3 of the Force.
The force will NOT be w Seattle.

Sylvia Avery

It’s insane, piper. And I’d say, well, I hope you like reaping what you sow, Seattle……….but their mess will spill over into the surrounding communiities. Not good. At all.

Wolf Moon

ChiComs and Chinadianazis just waiting right across the border.

Sylvia Avery

Yeah, always a happy thought.

Wolf Moon

When is the next gubernatorial election?

piper567

Sylvia…yeah, you are right.
My church is on a side street, not too far from a seedy thoroughfare, and we have vehicles of homeless parked along our street, together w their trash and various belongings.
Fortunately, we have armed Security out and about, w a doggo, during Services, but the folks are unpredictable.
I am good friends w one of the Security men, and they are monitoring the activity on the seedy part of the larger Way. Everyone is just sorta primed for future issues.
v sad.

cthulhu

Anyone who lives or works in a blue city is in extreme danger. I personally wouldn’t work as a LEO in any of ’em for any amount of money. You’re safer in the non-woke ‘burbs or in the countryside.

Linda

He worked in IDAHO, which is a very red state!

cthulhu

Sun Valley, the ski resort, is in the same county. It’s infested with the rich and idle.

Wolf Moon

That explains it. It’s like Aspen and similar areas. Aspen was fruits and nuts long before the rest of Colorado.

gil00

Meridian I think had the nutty city guys arresting moms for using the playgrounds and the lt guv had to sneak in an order to ban masks while the guv was out of state.
Im guessing their guv is a rino.

kalbokalbs

My take is the guv IS a Rino. Never demanded masks, nor banned dictating masks.

Rather ID guv allowed liberal cities to dictate masks.

SteveInCO

There’s a wide streak of “local control” in Republican politics, a belief (which we tend to share) that letting localities manage as much as possible rather than the state or especially the feds do something top down, is better.

However, I draw the line at allowing local despotism just because it’s local. NO government should be allowed to push forward policies that violate peoples’ rights and I won’t have local culture used as an excuse.

Barb Meier

At the end of February, Nick Winum, a policeman in the small Virginia town of Stanley was assassinated. The guy who did it ran and hid but was located and was shot to death when he tried to open fire on police. It was a small town traffic stop and Officer Winum had not even got out of his car.

Linda

He needs to sue the absolute crap out of these people! Every time the left does something like this, it needs to hurt their pocket book and make them look the evil morons they are. Every. Single. Time.

Linda

And not the city. The actual person who fired him. We need to make them PERSONALLY pay for their evil.

Wolf Moon

HEAR, HEAR!!!

scott467

Where’s the Police Union?

If they all threaten to walk off the job TONIGHT, this officer will be back at work tomorrow morning.

Wolf Moon

THIS! Stand up to communists NOW!!!

Aubergine

AMEN, Scott! AMEN!

If we don’t all start to hang together, be are going to hang separately!

gil00

So cops cannot walk off or strike. Its in every contract. They can get the blue flu but it causes trouble depending on the dept.

scott467

“So cops cannot walk off or strike. Its in every contract. They can get the blue flu but it causes trouble depending on the dept.”

____________

Blu flu it is then.

Just get ‘r done 👍😁

Gail Combs

JUST PLAIN WALK!

There is a cop group helping other cops find jobs in SANE locations.

Quit and tell them you are just saving them the trouble of firing.  🙃 

gil00

Yup.

singingsoul1

Free speech is dead.

scott467

Georgia Judge Postpones Fulton County Ballot Examination After Last Minute Court Filings by County OfficialsMay 27, 2021 | Sundance | 78 Comments

“This is a hot mess. Fulton County election officials were freaked out after a judge granted the plaintiffs access to review 145,000 absentee ballots. The concern is fraudulent and duplicated or double-counted ballots. The final hearing to work out the details of the inspection was to take place tomorrow. 

However in a last minute flurry of legal filings the county filed motions to dismiss the underlying lawsuit that initiated the ballot audit and review.

The judge has postponed the ballot examination hearing until after the county dismissal motion is considered.”

______________

I’m disappointed.

This is no ‘hot mess’, it’s not even lukewarm.

Daytime soap operas are less predictable.

This is just another episode of Great American Stall Tactic (GAST).

Judge Sullivan had such bad GAST that he actually broke the judicial system, and the only way to restore order was a DJT pardon.

This is nothing compared to that.

😁

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Wolf Moon

I’m really getting sick of this shit.

Aubergine

The judiciary is CORRUPT all the way through.

You know how I know?

The LAW is the LAW.

If judges followed the LAW instead of their own opinions, they would RARELY reverse each other.

Why is there no common sense anymore?

Gail Combs

Why is there no common sense anymore?

Because the US judiciary was TARGETED by the Global Cabal.

Cuppa Covfefe

And I’ll bet they planned this long, LONG ago. In stages, effectively the Salami solution, so no-one notices. First the courts, then the sheriffs, then the local officials, then county, state, and federal (feral) levels, in particular the legislatures and advisory bodies (read: Faux-Xi, et. al.) spewing their false and corrupt fake facts, etc.

By the time folks see it (even those of us red-pilled skeptics), it’s almost too late. Without VSGPDJT exposing it, we’d probably be alredy over the edge into the abyss…

Over at NoTricksZone, Kenneth Richard just put up an article which shows that the Red ChiComs are putting up a new Coal-Fired Power Plant EACH AND EVERY WEEK!!!!! More than the rest of the world, combined. And here in Germany, we have the highest electricity rates in the world, unstable (thanks to bird choppers and solar panels), and they want us to eat bugs too, while they (so far only want to) start jabbing kids next week.
I fear we haven’t seen “the last of the mo-vegans” either…
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And yet they claim to be a “developing country”, and take in tons of “aid” because of it, and produce enormous amounts of pollution with no penalties whatsoever.

I think that this forced de-industrialization of the West, along with the ChiCom virus is nothing less than Red China’s baldfaced effort to take over the world.

Plain and simple. And they don’t give a rodent’s hiney what anyone else thinks…

Cuppa Covfefe

Ooops. I forgot the link…

The article is over at NoTricksZone at
https://notrickszone.com/2021/05/27/whats-the-point-in-2020-china-built-the-equivalent-of-more-than-one-new-large-coal-plant-per-week

It’s a VERY interesting article, as is the rest of the site.

I’m mad enough to spit nails right now. The ChiComs HAVE TO BE STOPPED!!!!!!

singingsoul1

The dems are robing the country and us.

singingsoul1

Soros has been diverting the judicial for a long time and no one paid attention. I should say enough attention. Somehow I thought congress and our other branches of government would be the check and balance but No they are all in on the crap.

Wolf Moon

Great point! This shows why the “Ninth Circus” was so WRONG!!!

singingsoul1

The Fulton county hired two criminal lawyers who is the past defended very bad dudes.

Cuppa Covfefe

Someone needs to send Rudy or someone else who’s prosecuted very bad dudes down there to clean up!

singingsoul1

NYC AG is trying to lay Rudy on ice. Evil knows no bounds

Wolf Moon

Exactly. The MASS EVIL OF BETRAYAL OF AMERICA is scared, and desperately tries to FRAME US and USE THEIR PHONY MEDIA to mind-frack the masses.

singingsoul1

I now know how Germans were defrauded by Hitler. People were scared because of brutality to keep people in line.
Everyone suffered the biggest tole was on Jews and all the wars.
Help us God the dems are soon removed before we get to war.

Wolf Moon

I’m studying the German elections 1928-1933 right now, and it is fascinating how constant pressure by the left FRACTURED the right and resulted in the Nazis being able to emerge as the unifier of the opposition, which then became uncontrollable.

Cuppa Covfefe

And “Aunty Fa” was right there in the middle of it all…….
Not to mention Weishaupt and his buddies… with all their red shields and all…

Dig down those roots and they probably lead to the pit of hell…..

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singingsoul1

Was a disaster for most of Europe.

gil00

I bought nearly all of kiddos curriculum for next year. I feel good about having done that at least! All of it except literature comprehension is above grade level. His brain hurts when he has to critically think deeper and write about it.
So Im going to add in 2 chapter book novel studies. James and the Giant Peach first, then Where the Red Fern Grows.
I remember crying when I was a kid reading the 2nd book. Itll be a good test on his abilities.

Aubergine

We all cried reading Where the Red Fern Grows. It is a wonderful book for your kid to read.

gil00

I was going to do Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry, but I will save it for summer work.

Linda

Excellent post, Grandma. This is definitely something we need to think about. Unfortunately, the globalists are way ahead of us. They already own a lot of the land and control big corporate farms. The small farmers are being pushed out in a big way. Yes, I remember what it was like when everyone ate real food. I grew up in ranch country in central Oregon. My family and a neighbor bought a whole beef every year and split it up. Nowadays I can’t find beef that good.

cthulhu

One of the encouraging things about the area of NC I’m trying to move to has to do with a small chain of fast-food called “Biscuitville”.

On the wall of each location, they identify which farms their ingredients come from. Their wheat from XXXX, their eggs from YYYY, their bacon from ZZZZ, their ham from WWWW, their honey from VVVV — and they’re all in North Carolina and Virginia. They cook their biscuits every 15 minutes right in front of you — the prep area is glassed-off. And their stuff is very good (if a smidge pricey — I mean, it’s often half as much as similar things cost in Silicon Valley!).

Linda

We have a grocery chain here that used to list the local farm each item of produce came from. I really liked that!

cthulhu

I have, BTW, swapped emails with the CEO of Biscuitville. He’s a mensch.

Gail Combs

cthulhu,
The nice thing about NC is the availability of farms and farm stands.

While looking for property, try to get out into the country.

Wolf Moon

Thank you for re-lighting michaelh’s TORCH on the take-over of food. Good GRIEF, these MONSTERS are SICK! It’s far worse than I thought.

We have to rise to a state of WAR with this crap. (Sorry FIB and DODGE – it’s for YOUR GOOD, TOO. You KNOW that most of your agents are horrified by this crazy food control stuff, too!) Our war may be non-violent, but it will be WAR!!!

Gail Combs

Wolfi, you can thank Hillar Clinton, Rosa Delauro (D -CT) and Barr (R-NC) for the FOOD (un)-SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT That act turns CONTROL OF US FARMS OVER TO FAO/OIE UN and the WTO!!!

Something I wrote a while ago:

 The full horror of the bogus Food Safety bills can not be appreciated until it is understood that greedy corporations and corrupt government officials have colluded so that a select few can profit from the pain, and suffering caused by illness and by the starvation of children around the world! Even worse our main safeguard against unethical corporate behavior and government corruption, the mass media, sold us out for the price of their advertising dollars. Despite clear evidence that Con-agri was shipping E. coli-tainted burger, the USDA ignored John Munsell’s pleas for an investigation until several months later when a woman died and they had to investigate. John said a top newspaper’s reporter interviewed him for several days, the article was written and ready to print when the owners of the “press” stepped in and suppressed the article in fear of corporate retaliation. Monsanto had two reporters in Florida fired and Derry Brownfield kicked off the air. So what is this information the trans-national Ag Corporations are going to such great lengths to suppress?

 The story starts decades ago in the 1990’s. Between the 1950’s and 1990’s a few corporations had consolidated their power by buying or forcing out their competition and then vertically integrating from “Farm to Fork”. In the quest to eliminate competition and increase their ability to dictate prices, corporations bought up railroads, shipping lines, packing facilities, even supermarkets and banks at staggering rates.
http://www.everydaycitizen.com/2007/07/farm_subsidies_for_the_rich_co.html

For example by 1986 Cargill, Continental, Louis Dreyfus, André and Bunge , all privately owned by seven families, controlled 85-90 percent of global grain trade. Cargill has recently bought out Continental reducing the number in control to four.

The wealth and size of these transnational agribusiness make them politically powerful. They are big money contributors to the political system in the United States and elsewhere as their staff moves in and out of government administrations and bureaucracies . To further consolidate their death grip on the food supply, agribusiness insisted that agriculture be put on the international trading table for the first time at the GATT talks in Uruguay. Key players in this little drama are VP of Cargill, Dan Amstutz who wrote the draft Agreement on Agriculture for the World Trade Organization (WTO AoA), Monsanto (Calgene) employee Ann Veneman who lead the GATT trade delegation for much of the time, and Mickey Kantor, another US trade representative for much of the Uruguay Round, who subsequently became a Monsanto board member.

Back at home Clinton’s Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations was lead by Robert Shapiro, chairman of Monsanto at the time WTO was ratified in 1995. Marcia Hale, a former assistant to President Clinton and director for intergovernmental affairs, was director of international government affairs for Monsanto.

What were the key issues place on the table?
First open borders and no tariffs allowing cheap tax subsidized grain to bankrupt third world farmers.
Second worldwide patents on plants and animals allowing corporations to profit from all food production.
Third the WTO was given teeth in the way of trade sanctions for enforcement and a complete blackout on any information leading to the sanctions placed by the three WTO judges.

𝔽𝕠𝕦𝕣𝕥𝕙 𝕒𝕟𝕕 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕨𝕠𝕣𝕤𝕥 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕌𝕊 𝕔𝕠𝕟𝕤𝕦𝕞𝕖𝕣, 𝕨𝕒𝕤 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕣𝕖𝕡𝕝𝕒𝕔𝕖𝕞𝕖𝕟𝕥 𝕠𝕗 𝕥𝕙𝕖 “𝕡𝕣𝕖𝕔𝕒𝕦𝕥𝕚𝕠𝕟𝕒𝕣𝕪 𝕡𝕣𝕚𝕟𝕔𝕚𝕡𝕝𝕖” (𝕕𝕠 𝕟𝕠 𝕙𝕒𝕣𝕞) 𝕨𝕚𝕥𝕙 “𝕤𝕔𝕚𝕖𝕟𝕥𝕚𝕗𝕚𝕔 𝕣𝕚𝕤𝕜 𝕓𝕒𝕤𝕖𝕕 𝕒𝕤𝕤𝕖𝕤𝕤𝕞𝕖𝕟𝕥” 𝕠𝕣 𝕥𝕙𝕖 “𝕚𝕗 𝕚𝕥 𝕕𝕠𝕖𝕤𝕟’𝕥 𝕝𝕠𝕠𝕜 𝕝𝕚𝕜𝕖 𝕚𝕥 𝕨𝕚𝕝𝕝 𝕜𝕚𝕝𝕝 𝕒𝕟𝕪𝕠𝕟𝕖 𝕘𝕠 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕚𝕥” 𝕡𝕣𝕚𝕟𝕔𝕚𝕡𝕝𝕖.

The last issue was “harmonization” of food safety regs. That means the US, Europe and third world countries must bring their food safety regs in line so they are essentially the same. In other words the EU and USA are expected to lower their food standards so they can be met by third world members of WTO!

During the debate on approving the WTO Agreement, Congress was justifiably worried that the multinational pact was in conflict with U.S. Sovereignty. Arguments for ratification were vehemently endorsed by Clinton Administration officials who were eager to get the agreement passed Congress. Congressional fears were lulled by pointing out  Congress is ultimately responsible for changing the laws of the United States; and second, the U.S. is entitled to withdraw from the WTO. Also a feature of the Uruguay Round agreements are described as follows:

United States Law to Prevail in Conflict The URAA puts U.S. sovereignty and U.S. law under perfect protection. According to the Act, if there is a conflict between U.S. and any of the Uruguay Round agreements, U.S. law will take precedence regardless when U.S. law is enacted.

§ 3512 (a) states: “No provision of any of the Uruguay Round Agreements, nor the application of any such provision to any person or circumstance, that is inconsistent with any law of the United States shall have effect.” Specifically, implementing the WTO agreements shall not be construed to “amend or modify any law of the United States, including any law relating to (i) the protection of human, animal, or plant life or health, (ii) the protection of the environment, or (iii) worker safety”, or to “limit any authority conferred under any law of the United States, including section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974.” http://www.eastlaw.net/research/wto/wto2b.htm

 Once the Transnational corporations and their puppets in government got WTO ratified they leaped into action to consolidate their positions. By 1996 the first two pieces were in place.

The first was Dan Amstutz “Freedom to Farm Act of 1996” aside from bankrupting so many farmers that Congress had to step in, the act dismantled the United States food reserve system. Despite scientific studies from Cornell showing bio-fuels use from 29 to 57% more fossil fuel than they replace, laws were passed mandating escalating use of bio-fuels and an ongoing artificial grain shortage was created. In 2008 worldwide food riots broke out and the USDA announced “the cupboard is bare” Unfortunately there is now no longer any method for renewing US food reserves. The grain traders even responded to the food crisis by writing a letter to President Bush discouraging the replacement of reserves because it would “distort” grain prices, suggesting a monetary fund, from which they could profit, instead.

In summary, we have record low grain inventories globally as we move into a new crop year. We have demand growing strongly. Which means that going forward even small crop failures are going to drive grain prices to record levels. As an investor, we continue to find these long term trends..very attractive.” Food shortfalls predicted: 2008 http://www.financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/dancy/2008/0104.html 

As South African farmers who planted Monsanto’s GM-maize this year found out, relying on this years harvest especially when a corporation controls the seed, is risky at best. They suffered extensive crop failure when 82,000 hectares produced hardly any seeds due to an alleged “underfertilisation process in the laboratory”.

 The second action taken in 1996 was the adoption of the international HACCP rules. HACCP replaces the old US government’s hands on in your face type inspection with the corporation doing the testing and government inspection of corporate paperwork instead of the product. Is it any wonder In July 2003, after the Con-agri E. coli recall, GAP released a major report titled “Shielding the Giant: USDA’s ‘Don’t Look, Don’t Know’ Policy for Beef Inspection. Or that Mr. Stan Painter, Chairman, National Joint Council of Food Inspection Locals testified during the Congressional investigation into the Hallmark/Westland downer cow scandal.

It (the recall of Hallmark/Westland Meat) highlights one of the problems that we have attempted to raise with the agency ever since 1996 when the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) inspection system was put in place. There seems to be too much reliance on an honor system for the industry to police itself. While the USDA investigation is still on going at Hallmark/Westland, a couple of facts have emerged that point to a system that can be gamed by those who want to break the law. It (HACCP) shifted the responsibility for food safety over to the companies .

Yet despite government investigations, and “Over 1000 non-compliance reports – weighing some 16 pounds” no one, least of all Sec of Ag Ed Schafer is sitting in jail!!! Instead the Patriot Act is requiring new food safety regs, the USDA insist small US farmers individually tag and track their livestock while allowing plants and animals across the border from countries known to have disease, and the FDA whines we must “harmonize” our laws with the international laws or face terrible consequences, ALL conveniently forgetting

URAA § 3512 (a) states: “No provision of any of the Uruguay Round Agreements, nor the application of any such provision to any person or circumstance, that is inconsistent with any law of the United States shall have effect.”

Did Cargill and Monsanto profit? “Cargill’s net worth over the last five years has gone from U.S. $5,942 million in 1996 to U.S. $7,888 in 2000, at a time when commodity prices have reached their lowest level in well over 100 years (source: http://www.cargill.com/finance/highlights.htm).” and “Monsanto announced record profits today, citing $2 billion for the 2008 fiscal year compared to $993 million in 2007.” http://www.competitivemarkets.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=296

So far in the USA we have been lucky to get off with an increase in food born illness and a few deaths. In other parts of the world the transnational Agri-corporations consolidation of the food supply has caused a child to starve to death every 30 seconds, 150,000 farm suicides in India, many by drinking Monsanto pesticides. And in Mexico, the number of farmers dropped an astounding 75% from 2.3 million in 1992 to 575,000 in 2002 while Monsanto, Cargill and ADM sign agreements to establish regional seed banks in Mexico. The Joint Communication from the African Group said the WTO patent agreements (TRIPS) “ could damage the livelihoods of 1.4 billion farmers worldwide and undermine food sovereignty and food security ”

𝕎𝕚𝕥𝕙 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕡𝕒𝕤𝕤𝕒𝕘𝕖 𝕠𝕗 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕓𝕠𝕘𝕦𝕤 𝕗𝕠𝕠𝕕 𝕤𝕒𝕗𝕖𝕥𝕪 𝕓𝕚𝕝𝕝𝕤 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕥𝕣𝕒𝕟𝕤𝕟𝕒𝕥𝕚𝕠𝕟𝕒𝕝 𝔸𝕘𝕣𝕚-𝕔𝕠𝕣𝕡𝕠𝕣𝕒𝕥𝕚𝕠𝕟𝕤 𝕨𝕚𝕝𝕝 𝕓𝕖 𝕙𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕕 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕗𝕚𝕟𝕒𝕝 𝕨𝕖𝕒𝕡𝕠𝕟 𝕟𝕖𝕖𝕕𝕖𝕕 𝕥𝕠 𝕕𝕣𝕚𝕧𝕖 𝕠𝕦𝕥 𝕚𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕡𝕖𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕟𝕥 𝕗𝕒𝕣𝕞𝕖𝕣𝕤 𝕒𝕟𝕕 𝕖𝕧𝕖𝕟 𝕙𝕠𝕞𝕖 𝕘𝕒𝕣𝕕𝕖𝕟𝕖𝕣𝕤 𝕤𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕪 𝕔𝕒𝕟 𝕞𝕒𝕟𝕚𝕡𝕦𝕝𝕒𝕥𝕖 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕗𝕠𝕠𝕕 𝕤𝕦𝕡𝕡𝕝𝕪 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕞𝕒𝕩𝕚𝕞𝕦𝕞 𝕡𝕣𝕠𝕗𝕚𝕥. 𝕎𝕙𝕒𝕥 𝕕𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕪 𝕔𝕒𝕣𝕖 𝕚𝕗 𝕌𝕊 𝕗𝕒𝕣𝕞𝕖𝕣𝕤 𝕛𝕠𝕚𝕟 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕣𝕒𝕟𝕜𝕤 𝕠𝕗 𝕥𝕙𝕠𝕤𝕖 𝕔𝕠𝕞𝕞𝕚𝕥𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕤𝕦𝕚𝕔𝕚𝕕𝕖, 𝕨𝕙𝕒𝕥 𝕕𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕪 𝕔𝕒𝕣𝕖 𝕚𝕗 𝕞𝕠𝕣𝕖 𝕔𝕙𝕚𝕝𝕕𝕣𝕖𝕟 𝕤𝕥𝕒𝕣𝕧𝕖?

𝔸𝕗𝕥𝕖𝕣 𝕒𝕝𝕝 𝔻𝕣 ℕ𝕚𝕟𝕒 𝔽𝕖𝕕𝕠𝕣𝕠𝕗𝕗 𝕤𝕔𝕚𝕖𝕟𝕔𝕖 𝕒𝕟𝕕 𝕥𝕖𝕔𝕙𝕟𝕠𝕝𝕠𝕘𝕪 𝕒𝕕𝕧𝕚𝕤𝕠𝕣 𝕥𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕌𝕊 𝕤𝕖𝕔𝕣𝕖𝕥𝕒𝕣𝕪 𝕠𝕗 𝕤𝕥𝕒𝕥𝕖𝕤: “𝕋𝕙𝕖𝕣𝕖 𝕒𝕣𝕖 𝕡𝕣𝕠𝕓𝕒𝕓𝕝𝕪 𝕒𝕝𝕣𝕖𝕒𝕕𝕪 𝕥𝕠𝕠 𝕞𝕒𝕟𝕪 𝕡𝕖𝕠𝕡𝕝𝕖 𝕠𝕟 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕡𝕝𝕒𝕟𝕖𝕥.”

References: (Probably now dead)

http://www.nader.org/index.php?/archives/158-USDA-vs-John-Munsell.html
http:/www.tradeobservatory.org/library.cfm?RefID=25497

http://thebovine.wordpress.com/2009/04/06/gmo-crops-fail-massively-in-south-africa/
 www.warmwell.com/aboutfmd08.html
http://www.thefreemanonline.org/featured/us-agricultural-programs-who-pays/
http://www.futurepundit.com/archives/002881.html
http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/apr2008/2008-04-28-03.asp
http://www.counterpunch.org/sharon04112008.html 
http://alternatives-international.net/article1394.html
http://www.fao.org/docrep/007/y5714e/y5714e07.htm
www.ambafrance-uk.org/European-Council-President-Sarkozy.htm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7974995.stm
Corporate influence government http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/tncs/historytncs.htm
Aubergine

I live in town. In city limits. I have chickens. I grow vegetables. I will put a rabbit hutch in the back yard if I have to. Maybe I will have a “pet” pig or pygmy goat. Who knows?

I have a privacy fence. I highly recommend it.

I also recommend, if you live somewhere very restrictive, get the hell out, now!

Gail Combs

Pot belly pigs I am told by a friend are good eating (but very fatty) They would go nicely with the rabbits which are NOT fatty.

How Rabbit Starvation Can Kill You

….Rabbit starvation is a life-threatening condition when fatty foods aren’t available. The symptoms associated with rabbit starvation make the basic day-to-day activities of a survival situation vastly more difficult, as well…

Rabbit meat is mostly protein, so avoiding protein poisoning requires a varied diet. 

Aubergine

Good to know.

Gail Combs

Fats are ABSOLUTELY needed. (Mom had the fatty sheaths around her nerves disintegrate.) Sugar IS NOT!

Really good video

singingsoul1

We also need cod liver oil.

Coldeadhands

Hard to imagine that there could more plots against the freedom of the common man of a similar dimension as The WuFlu plot…but there you have it.

Emeraldstar

>>”The WuFlu plot”<<

It worked on many, many levels.

#4620
July 31, 2020

“[…]
C19 insurance plan _above fail

C19 installed [Impeachment termination _loss of power][POTUS inside of box][prevent counter-attack].

C19 _stage 1: Inform POTUS [intel + CDC + WHO + S_advisor(s)] _nothing to fear _do not close travel _do nothing [the political ‘set up’]

C19 _stage 2: Inform POTUS of Dooms Day ‘inaccurate’ scenarios [models] predicting death count 1mm+ [the political ‘force’] _lock down [wipe economic and unemployment gains]

C19 _stage 3: Activate ‘controlled’ [D] GOVS to ‘spike’ death count + project statewide fear by presenting ‘alarming’ on-ground conditions [hospital [care-supplies] projections].

C19 _stage 4: Push testing, testing, testing to spike ‘infected’ rate incline due to daily testing inc [the political ‘set up’] _controlled MSDNC failure to report death count [rates] proportional to ‘infected’ rate _deliberate miscounting of infected numbers [%] _change non_positive to positive _label death of non_C19 as C19 _etc.

C19 _stage 5: Eliminate / censor any opposing views [anti-narrative]
[Ready when needed] Activate 4-year BLM narrative 4x power [use as division + [2020] C19 infect rates to justify close-limit until Nov 3].

C19 calculated [D] political gain:

1. Eliminate record economic gains
2. Eliminate record unemployment gains
3. Shelter Biden from public appearances _limit public exposure of mental condition
4. Shelter Biden from Ukraine exposure _narrative change _media focus C19
5. Shelter Biden from P_debates [requested demands due to C19]

6. Delay [D] convention _strategic take-over of nominee post conf
7. Eliminate_delay POTUS rallies _term energy
8. Eliminate ability for people to gather _ divide
9. Eliminate ability to find peace – strength in time of need [strict Church closures]
10. Promote mail-in-voting as only ‘safe’ method _bypass NSA election security [installed midterms +1].

11. Push state-bailout stimulus [CA][NY] + wish list items
12. Increase national debt [place China into controlling debt position _regain leverage]
13. Test conditional limits of public acceptance [obey]
14. Test conditional limits of public non_acceptance
15. Test conditional limits of State authority [Gov-mayor]

16. Test conditional limits of Media [social] censorship

Who benefits the most?
[…]”

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Aubergine

In Montana, we have Open Range law.

I swear I will buy and raise a calf on open range if I have to. Screw these people.

Elizabeth Carter

GMIT, This is a very thorough coverage of the plans they have for us. Maurice Strong is seldom mentioned and I am glad to see that you covered him. Communitarianism is anti-American.

There was a time when I thought Newt Gingrich was a good leader for America. Then I discovered that he followed the Third Wave. I read The Third Wave book he recommended:
“The Third Wave is the post-industrial society. Toffler says that since the late 1950s most countries have been transitioning from a Second Wave society into a Third Wave society. He coined many words to describe it and mentions names invented by others, such as the Information Age.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ The_Third_Wave_(Toffler_book)

I have never liked Newt Gingrich since then and consider everything he says as anti-American. He has never apologized for these ideas to the best of my knowledge.

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By Brannon Howse, 26 August, 2015

The people who believe in this should all leave America and eat bugs and dead people on some other continent. China might welcome them but I doubt it.

America has to avoid this at all costs. It is a totally depraved and disgusting way of living. It is not suitable for human beings. We believe in God. God gave us dominion over the earth. He did not create us to be the slaves of the fallen angels.

I am glad that you have covered the topic so well.

Liz

Valerie Curren

Newt appeared in one of the images that Alex Jones showed on the Bohemian Grove exposé. Perhaps he is controlled opposition. I used to like him for his Contract with America stuff but it seems that the “heroes” on the right are often propped up by the dark powers so that they are constantly controlling both sides of any given equation!  😡 

Emeraldstar

In almost all instances, one cannot BOTH be a career politician AND not have “paid ones dues” (a euphemism for blackmail, usually / eventually mutual blackmail).

Sessions was (is) clean, as is P45DJT. Two exceptions (among a very few others), who “walked the line” properly.

I would say *definitely* – IMO – controlled opposition.

Tonawanda

Exactly, Sessions and Trump are honest.

The irony is that Sessions’ honesty was used against him (Colonel Nicholson), and Trump could not possibly see that was going to happen.

What I would like to know, which I never will, are the precise details which got Trump to appoint the weasel enemy Rosenstein.

singingsoul1

As I remember Session recommend Rosenstein. I do not know who recommend him to Session.
Concerning blackmail one does not have to do wrong to be blackmailed. Blackmail comes in many forms communists are good in it so were Nazis.
One can be blackmailed with thread to family and that is more effective than many other forms. Harming the family is what nightmares are made off.

Gail Combs

No Sessions Fired his A$$$ It was POTUS Trump who decided to keep him.

From my old notes:

It was President Trump who refused rosenstink’s resignation. <a href=”https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/mar/10/jeff-sessions-us-attorneys-resign-obama-trump”>link</a>
Who recommended President Trump keep that POS?
Roger Stone says it was Reince Priebus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2aqz_O1how

Tonawanda

Priebus? Would not surprise me at all, and shows the depth of the treachery our President faced.

singingsoul1

Interesting. Does POTUS 45 lack discernment?

Valerie Curren

Well said. Opinions on DeSantis, Jordan, Pompeo, farmer from CA rep (forgot his name, Nunes?), & the young rep from FL recently being savaged in the news (forgot his name too)?

Emeraldstar

Right now, I think Desantis is a true-blue leader.

IMO, Jordan makes a brave noise, but that’s it – all hat, no cattle.

IMO, Pompeo is a patriot, and has played / is playing his role well. He outed the Shy-Knee friendly guv’s; he’s very familiar with – and follows – Scripture; and he’s a heavyweight in the political arena.

I don’t recall some of the names either, and for now I see them as fiddy-fiddy, either / or.

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Valerie Curren

But Pompeo was CIA before, which is troubling, imo. Matt Gaetz is the guy out of FL & Devin Nunes from CA, iirc. Thanks for your insights!

Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Green, & that other rep Wetze or something, also female, seem too new & patriotic to have been corrupted yet. Vernon Jordan, former Dem, also comes across as quite MAGA as does Leo Terrell, though not sure if either are in any office currently…

singingsoul1

Pampeo was recommend by Pence.
Did a good job for country , us, and Trump.

Valerie Curren

He does seem like a true national treasure so I really hope he isn’t deep state controlled opposition!

kalbokalbs

Yes, and Noem is on equal footing with these guys.

Likely the ONLY governor that stood on “personal responsibility” and Rights throughout the entire Covid crap.

Valerie Curren

Yes, Noem is a rising star though got a little hung up on the tranny crap in the NCAA…

kalbokalbs

Yea. I am not totally onboard she screwed up on the tranny crap. But possibly so.

Valerie Curren

Agreed, watch & wait. 98% correct is better than “100%” decepticon fake conservatism…

singingsoul1

Yes she did a good job on covid but failed women on trans gender sports. She reversed a little to late.

kalbokalbs

Have not read if the state legislature came back with better legislation. If yes, a win. if not, definitely a loss.

singingsoul1

I think she changed something because of the backlash.

kalbokalbs

Newt IS pure swamp.

Valerie Curren

Yup! So Contract w/ America was doomed from the beginning. Put the controlled opposition in control of the opposition or something!

singingsoul1

“Newt is pure swamp” but he is not a communist and is on our side. He does not like what is going on. He is a friend of Trump.

I think now I need not to look where people stand swamp democrat but the country need everyone to fight for our country and he is fighting .
I never liked him but it is not about me or what I like this is bigger than my feelings this is about the country and the constitution.

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Emeraldstar

>>”so much stuff”<<

Information warfare. TMI. Flood the system, to break it.

I look forward to Fridays a bit more than I usually would, thanks to your wisdom and perspective …

Tonawanda

For years I have been almost pleading with people to see how Gingrich single-handedly destroyed the 1994 “Rush Limbaugh” election. He started literally the day after the election, and relentlessly derailed the election results. As Elizabeth states above, part of his method was the Third Wave baloney.

For years, I ascribed Gingrich’s behavior to his out of control ego. It took a long time to see what a DS Traitor he is.

BTW, it is probably too late, and esoteric, and there is zero interest, but the precise history of Gingrich’s betrayal has never been covered, but would make for an enlightening article or book by a good researcher/writer.

But I remember, day after day, getting furious at his betrayal. No one else seemed to notice (and still have not). Few people understood in those days, and even I was wrong on his motivation, even if I was right on his treachery.

singingsoul1

Thank you. I did not know that about Gingrich. I might have to change my mind.

kalbokalbs

Great write up Grandma. Part of my push for acreage this summer is rooted in your write up.

My conundrum, acreage where. Gotta sort it out in the next few months.

kalbokalbs

Thank you!

Gail Combs

I second that and would also suggest looking at the Wisconsin glaciation maps that show vegetation types since the chances are we are heading into a cooler climate.

https://www.esd.ornl.gov/projects/qen/nercNORTHAMERICA.html

Gail Combs

That is how I picked NC  🤓 

kalbokalbs

Thank you for the link Gail.

Barb Meier

I went to this link and noticed the following. It reminded me of just how big the mainland U.S. truly is… They also offer a nice selection of listings for different types of farms and orchards for sale. Thanks for the link Grandma!

piper567

I know ya’all are very smart, so I do not mean to offend…Years ago I considered moving to an acceptable Eastern alternative to W WA, and found lots of undeveloped land for really low $$$.
After just a tiny bit of research, I discovered the water table in my area of interest was very deep, and beneath actual rock, in some cases granitic rock.
Drilling companies, which fortunately were honest, estimated finding water for a well could easily range from $10,000- $15,000, maybe more.
Then there is the total absence of any utilities, anywhere.
And of course, no roads… anywhere.
I know you know this, but initially the $$$/acre was what interested me.
Soon was sobered.

Wolf Moon

Love the information on calvados, which is related to another great drink – pommeau.

https://mywinedays.com/normandy-the-finest-drinks-from-cider-to-calvados

I was shocked to hear the guy throwing away the HEAD, so I relistened to hear him say what was in it.

METHANOL!!!

YIKES!!!

Also mentioned here:

https://alchemistcabinet.wordpress.com/2018/04/26/making-historic-mid-west-apple-brandy-originally-published-in-distiller-brewer-and-vintner-magazine-feb-march-2018/

Yeah, might want to distill that carefully and throw some out!!!

cthulhu

You always want to throw out the heads and tails of distilling. Methanol boils at 148.5F, Ethanol at 172.81F, and water at 212F. Historically, stills have not used heating blankets and PID controllers to precisely monitor, change, and hold temperatures — they’ve gone with slow incremental heating and sequential cooling, then discarded heads and tails to isolate those fractions collected closest to 173F.

Wolf Moon

It’s hilarious – I really have been messed up by metric lab thinking. When they said “170s”, I was like “WTF do they want that boils THAT high?”

cthulhu

I had considered using C, but figured that most folks would rather see it in F.

Wolf Moon

F makes sense here. I’m the odd duck!

SteveInCO

I try to remember my audience. If I am in a forum that has large numbers of non-Americans, I will use the metric system.

singingsoul1

Took me years to think F instead C.
Same with inches and cm. Miles and Kilometer.

SteveInCO

I earned thanks from a absolutely zaftig Belgian-American lady for translating a thermostat from 68F to 20 C (and like every multiple of 5 on the celsius scale that’s an exact conversion). Alas she was spoken for.

singingsoul1

Good for you 🙂

Sadie Slays

This is standard for most distilled liquor. The “hearts” is the familiar part that is bottled and later consumed. The rest of the batch is garbage. Foreshots are methanol, heads are acetone, tails are low-quality, but won’t make you sick.
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cthulhu

This is, of course, in civilized places. Places famous for rotgut “steal” a jug or two from the upper heads and lower tails to blend in so they have more product. That’s how you get that reputation.

piper567

This place is just FULL of useful information!!!

cthulhu

Heh. That really can be useful information.

cthulhu

Acetone boils at 132.89F. It’s more likely that foreshots are acetone and heads are methanol.

Sadie Slays

The distilling supplier I got the graphic from says the foreshots are methanol and the heads have “alcohols like acetone.”

Collecting Foreshots

The first approximately 5% of your production will be the foreshots. These contain the earliest-evaporating alcohols in your mash water and should never be ingested.

Foreshots can contain methanol and should never ever be consumed. Methanol can make you blind among causing other problems. Collect the foreshots in their own container and throw them out.

Collecting Heads

The next approximately 30% of your production are considered the heads. The heads also contain volatile alcohols like the foreshots. However, rather than causing blindness, the effects are less extreme – like one hell of a hangover.

The heads will have a distinct “solvent” smell from alcohols like acetone that are present. Like the foreshots, collect your heads in their own containers and throw them out.

https://milehidistilling.com/how-to-make-moonshine/

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piper567

think I will purchase my distilled beverages.

Cuppa Covfefe

I’ll drink to that! 🍶🍷🍸🍹🍺🍻🍺🍹🍸🍷🍾 😀 hic…

Elizabeth Carter

Election Fraud. Maria Zack shares more of what she has learned.

The Right Side with Doug Billings – May 26, 2021 (rumble.com)

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Linda

This fits right in with your theme, Grandma:

Wolf Moon

This makes sense. They need a crisis. Lots of sense. Oh, boy. It’s real.

scott467

Just wait until the military finds out… they’re gonna be so mad!

We should all chip in, get ’em some Internet access! 👍😁

Wolf Moon

I’m just assuming they’re part of it now.

kalbokalbs

Sadly arrived at this conclusion a couple months ago.

Wolf Moon

In some ways it’s a feature, not a bug, but it’s an abusable feature. The reason we don’t have unstable government is obedience to the CiC. But at a certain point, when the CiC is acting “abnormally” against the Constitution, parts acting under it have to act abnormally, too, to restore a fully Constitutional situation.

That is how PENCE was snaked by the bad guys. He didn’t have the courage to act against “imprinted normalcy” in an abnormal situation.

I still have faith in the military, but that includes faith that they have an excessive tolerance and patience for badness, even virtue-signalling toward it, and that all of us simply have to live with that. A large number of patriots will have to die before somebody figures out that they need to do something. The other side tried to make that “happen the other way” on January 6 – a very sneaky and cunning attack on patriots and even on patriotism per se.

Wolf Moon

Note that Pence would have been completely within the Constitution, almost surely withstanding challenge at the SCOTUS level, had he refused to accept the results from contested states.

singingsoul1

I wondered about military brass when POTUS 45 was in WH. Seemed they always went against what POTUS ordered or ask for.
All those respected military like Kelly and others were no America first. Just think military not America first. They have been diverted a long time ago.

kalbokalbs