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Does Dr. Paul Know about Permaculture. I wonder if anybody has ever asked him

sustainability is the word of 2012... so maybe Ron Paul should start discussing private property rights in conjunction with austrian economics to perssuade voters to get into Permaculture... thats all I got to say about that..


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Politicians are denialist and severely detached from nature.

The waste prroducts of nuclear energy and mono crop industrial farming absolutely must be exposed ... and not covered up for "their" convenience. Agenda 21 monopoly fuel the deciet.

And never forget, “Humans, despite our artistic pretensions, our sophistication and many accomplishments, owe the fact of our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains.”


Who among DailyPaulers knows about permaculture (or any concepts akin to it)? Fun name you have there: "Permaculture Republican". My thanks to you for the insightful term. I shall henceforth consider myself as such. It is also a good term to describe my impression of Catherine Austin-Fitts. Perhaps even Michael Nystrom in some ways. The two words sit quite nicely together. Your name inspires me to dust off my typewriter and write a play called "The Not So Odd Couple". In it will be cast two characters living as roommates: David Blume and Walter Block. That might be a bit too permaculture libertarian, so I might have to go with David Blume living with Barry Goldwater Junior which might potentially be equally as entertaining and insightful...

I've been preaching about permaculture awhile now.. a lot of ppl

here know about it.

Awesome... it is official... we will take this 3rd party (Permaculture Republicans) to the white house.

haha... I want to read that script... sounds great!

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