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Family grows 90% of their food on 1/10th an acre

These folks are not even using aquaponics or fodder feeding.

Now, before you get too fond of this family, here is how someone takes something beautiful and how it gets twisted in this society:
Thanks to rp4pres for pointing this out:

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Glad to see this! I was curious what was going on with them...

I watched them in the Homegrown Revolution a few years back:

9-11 Media Fakery: Did anyone die on 9-11?


9-11 Actors:

Pysops.. media.. actors.. propagandists... disinfo agents.. fake videos.. fake photos

these people are wonderful--

I've been 'watching' them for years.


it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I usually do a search to see, once the spotlight id on, if

the bully hand of the government steps is, to make an example of people and scare them off.... This is what I found.


I'm not opposed to intellectual rights but trying to claim something that you didn't coin and that's in public circulation, is fucked up, in my opinion.

It seems to, from reading other's take on it, they are pretty pissed.

Patriot Cell #345,168
I don't respond to emails or pm's.
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution, inevitable.

That is totally messed up.

A couple of jugheads copyrighted the term "permaculture" too, after they explored 2000 year old gardens to come up with their "invention." I try to use the term "food forest" just to spite them. It is an earth-saving concept, why do people have to try to make a buck on it? THEY DID NOT INVENT GARDENING.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Good Article and Vid

...But that website (The Internet Post) is clearly a left leaning propaganda outlet cleverly disguised as anti-government.

Read this article and you will see what I'm saying...


What I want!

I guess it's time to get off my butt and start to work on it! Main thing missing is knowledge.

Thanks fishy! Gives some hope that there are people who will survive what is fast approaching!

we have some friends who do this.


Christians should not be warmongers! http://www.lewrockwell.com/vance/vance87.html

I wonder

If that is considered terrorism by our government.

No, however its usually banned by most

local zoning ordinances. The founders never foresaw the need to put into the bill of rights, the right to grow your own food. Its OK to put herbicides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers all over an urban lawn, but heaven forbid someone puts an organic garden in their front yard.

Good morning Fishy you beautiful thing...

Self-sustainability = liberty. Love your posts.
Might want to check out the algae growing sections of www.biodiesel.infopop.cc
seems like something you might dig.

Later :)

Chris Indeedski!

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.

It is on the radar

We have an old diesel Mercedes. I love that car, 1982, gold... :) Eventually we hope to grow algae for fuel, we also got a Piteba oil press so we can make fuel from sunflowers seeds. Thanks for the link - looks like a great site!

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Sunflower oil is almost perfect for use in a diesel

My uncle drove his semi over 2 million miles (!) on sunflower oil.

He got it from Martek biosciences www.martekbiosciences.com that produced it as a waste from their algae oil growing operation...

btw I'm 'clean and green' on the biodiesel forum...

That's a cold press, right? No solvents, lots of Omega 3s and 6s. Get 2 teaspoons of it into your diet every day for brain health (and a shiny coat for your dog).

Chris Indeedski!

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.

Yes, its a cold press

We will eat it when we get there... for now, all we are growing is cheat grass - lol! I take coconut oil for health right now, great stuff!

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

It's martek.com

can't edit my post now, but the website is www.martek.com . They control 99% of the market for their product in the U.S. and, guess what? got bought out by a foreign company 3 years (?) ago...

coconut is solid at room temp but melts on your fingers - very good also as a diesel substitute but, like you mentioned, it's healthy and way too valuable as a food to waste as fuel. The food vs. fuel debate is a reason I left the biofuels industry planning to come back after all the garbage like corn for ethanol was hopefully sorted out...

Chris Indeedski!

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.