Survival Guide to Socialism and the NWOSubmitted by Permaculture Re... on Tue, 11/10/2009 - 18:22
"The class principally defective is that of agriculture. It is the first in utility, and ought to be the first in respect. The same artificial means which have been used to produce a competition in learning may be equally successful in restoring agriculture to its primary dignity in the eyes of men. It is a science of the very first order. It counts among it handmaids of the most respectable sciences, such as Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Mechanics, Mathematics generally, Natural History, Botany. In every College and University, a professorship of agriculture, and the class of its students, might be honored as the first. Young men closing their academic education with this, as the crown of all other sciences, fascinated with its solid charms, and at a time when they are to choose an occupation, instead of crowding the other classes, would return to the farms of their fathers, their own, or those of others, and replenish and invigorate a calling, now languishing under contempt and oppression. The charitable schools, instead of storing their pupils with a lore which the present state of society does not call for, converted into schools of agriculture, might restore them to that branch qualified to enrich and honor themselves, and to increase the productions of the nation instead of consuming them."
Most people say we have to revolt through peaceful protest or force of arms. Let me be the one to tell you neither of those two will fix the likes of socialism. Corruption will always wait for its healthy medium. Our founders’ were using the constitution to try to severe our ties with the British Empire. The founders were simply telling us that commerce has its own laws which are far more decentralized to fit the individual needs than what our government can offer. They wanted the constitution to dissipate in correlation with the government because they knew the constitution was inherent in a free market society.
I’m not trying to preach what you already know; this article is much deeper than that. It is hard to make the connection, but once you do you will realize that free market economics mirrors the ecosystems that we see growing all around us. By this recognition we can fight socialism through a practice that has been hidden in recent times, but flourished in ancient times. This isn’t what you may think of as farming, this is Permaculture. Permaculture, meaning “Permanent Culture”, in which the farmer used a term called “stacking” in a form consistent with what you see in a forest. Stacking consists of 7 levels shown below:
Level 7: Canopy- i.e. Walnut Trees
Level 6: Dwarf Tree- i.e. Dwarf Banana Trees
Level 5: Shrub Layer with fruit bushes- i.e. Tomatoes
Level 4: Herbaceous level- i.e. Comfrey
Level 3: Soil Surface Layer- i.e. Strawberry
Level 2: Rhizosphere root-zone- i.e. Carrots
Level 1: Vertical Layer vines and climbers- i.e. Potatoes
Permaculture design teaches one to use the edge between the niches of each of the above 7 levels to condition the farm to sustain itself, thus leaving the farmer with year round harvest with minimal to no work on the farm. An efficient farm on a quarter acre of land can provide energy, food, shelter, and hot/cold water for a family of four year round.
If you don’t understand yet, I will tell you now and next summer in my book “Permaculture Republic”. Permaculture will substitute the welfare you depend on from the government and wean everyone off of the totalitarian grip our government has on us. What people will figure out after reading the permaculture republic is that through cost efficiency, permaculture is a natural consequence of free markets and that when people say the environment is in danger from free markets they are mistaken. My advice for everybody is to read Bill Molison, the founder of permaculture, and make as many connections between permaculture and free markets as possible to prepare you for my book, and most importantly for salvation. If you start a permaculture farm now, you will start a revolution of free markets that the government will not be able to stop.
Permaculture may seem new to you, but Buddha spoke of it and so did Jesus. Jesus particularly referred the mustard seed to the kingdom and how sowing the seed provided shade for the bird. He was saying that if we facilitate nature, we can live in the kingdom of God here on earth. This is strikingly similar to the production of free markets, by diversifying participating roles into niches and letting innovation exponentially grow.
Consider a permaculture farm as a disease to central planners, and a path to freedom.
A couple books to read: Road to Serfdom- by: F.A. Hayek
Introduction to Permaculture- by: Bill Molison