Published on December 13, 2022 Author : Nancy (Admin) On Mewe : Robin Valente
Nancy : What do you think of the current world and where do you think we are headed?
I have never been someone who believed in conspiracies. Slinging names and insults is not my style. The first time I heard something I considered lunacy I set out to prove them wrong. Facts speak louder than videos or blogs. The only way to know the truth is to research original sources. In order to know where we are headed we have to know our history. This journey would change my life and world view forever
The history of corruption goes back pretty far to the start of the progressive movement. I won't go into the extent of the past because this could take a book in itself. But I will hit the highlights. Socialism became a very popular idea at the turn of the century. In the 1920's the Council on Foreign Relations printed a pamphlet that was given to Congress showing how to turn America Socialist. They were pretty much laughed out of the hearing. No one in their right mind would want Socialism after the violence of the Russian Revolution. I managed to find a copy of this pamphlet in the old book stacks at the oldest library in Indianapolis.
The goal of the CFR was to infiltrate the government, an agency at a time, the most important being the State Dept. The other goals were to control the media. They need to gain control of the ownership and put their people in power to broadcast the disinformation. Check the list of CFR members and you will see nearly every publication, media network, and newscasters are all members of the CFR.
Fast forward to the 1930's. By this time the State Dept was becoming a problem with Socialists in high places. This was brought to the attention of some and later would lead to the McCarthy hearings. They succeeded in slandering McCarthy in a way that today even conservatives look down upon his findings. Even associating the Committees' harassment of Hollywood as McCarthy's doing, but he was not a Senator at that time. It worked, it made him look like a fool and took the eyes off the true issue, government infiltration by Socialists. When the Soviet Union fell they needed money and sold the CPUSA records to the US, which proved what McCarthy had said, they had their people in our government. Later the Venona tapes were released through the Freedom of Information Act. The Venona tapes proved there were Socialists in the State Dept.
It is not a matter of Republican or Democrat, they are in both parties. Newt Gingrich claimed to be a turn of the century progressive. Later You Tube removed that video as well as others that told the truth. Maurice Strong was in charge of Sustainable Living at the UN. He said in a video that the world population must be reduced by 75%. You Tube removed that video as well.
Jonathan May was the top financial advisor to the richest families of the world, the Shah of Iran, the Marcos family of the Philippines, to name a few. He was later hired by Connally, then governor of Texas, and the Hunt brothers, a rich oil family of Texas. They wanted him to help them establish a currency so Texas, a State by treaty, could secede from the Union. He was advising them on purchases of hard assets; oil, timber, coal, gold and silver. Later the Hunt brothers had people on the stock exchange floor buying and selling silver at the same time driving the prices very high. This was illegal and nothing that May told them to do. The US government arrested May and sent him to federal prison, even though he broke no laws. They bankrupted the Hunt brothers and Connally was shot, but lived.
May gave an interview from prison in 1989. I have heard this interview. He explained the money game these Elitists play with oil and the Middle East. He explained fractional banking where the banks loan out 20 times more than they bring in. He explained that they would collapse the banking industry then bail out all but the Lehman Brothers. That did happened years later in 2008. The Lehman Brothers were not bailed out like the rest of the banks.
The scariest part of the 1989 interview was when he explained their goal to take over the farms. And drive up oil prices, causing massive inflation of food prices. Since then the government has put small farms out of businesses and bought up the farmland. Bill Gates being one of the largest farmland owners in the Country now. Europe and Canada are declaring war on farmers in the name of the Green Movement. Grocery prices are skyrocketing because of oil prices and the collapse of the food chain brought on by the Covid lock downs.
May said the Elitists knew they could never take all of the guns away from Americans, there are far too many. Their plan was to starve Americans into giving up their guns. Because we will do anything to fed our families.
Now the big picture comes together. Biden stopped all oil production in the US the day he took office. The supply chain has been broken, by Covid lock downs. Inflation is at record highs from massive quantitative easing, the printing of money in the trillions. Inflation: too much money chasing too few goods.
As far as the world population that Maurich Strong of the UN said needed to be reduced by 75%, Bill Gates the biggest pushers of vaccines, later claimed the population could be reduced with vaccines by 10 - 15%. The mandatory Covid vaccinations are now starting to show their long term effects. Children are dying of heart attacks and strokes. Young adults are dying from unknown causes to the point they invented a term called Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
Klaus Schwab has admitted the goal of the WEF is a world governance. He said he has people in top positions to make this happen, including he named Trudeau and Biden. You ask me where I see our future. I see it in the words and actions of the people who are arresting citizens for going to church, taking children away from parents because they don't want their children mutilated in sex reassignment surgeries, silencing free speech and the prices of oil and food that Jonathan May warned about are upon us now. World Fascism is here.
Published on September 7, 2022 Author : Nancy (Admin) Diaspora* account of respondent : Search firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy : Where you get this passion for log cabin?
I was neck deep in "the rat race" back in 2001 - I was living in Utah, and drove 45 miles each way to work every day, along with a million other people. Traffic jams, accidents, construction, etc. I couldn't move any closer to my job because home prices were insane the closer you got to Salt Lake City. I realized my biggest financial obligation was my home, and thought, "what if I could eliminate that monthly payment?" I realized that doing so would also eliminate the need for such a high-paying job, the commute, and a host of other problems (car insurance, wasting 2 hours of my day stuck in traffic, gas, maintenance, etc.)
I started looking for a way out. About that same time, my wife (now ex) and I bought a small 600 sq ft cabin in Idaho on 20 acres. The guy we bought it from was a retired horse farrier from Colorado, and he built the place himself on a rock foundation, cemented together, when he was 70 years old. I realized building a home didn't have to be complicated, so I started researching construction methods - straw bale, adobe, earthbag, filled tires, glass bottles, underground homes, and log homes. My job forced me to take a 1 hour lunch break, so I spent a lot of time at the library (which was a block away from the office) researching construction methods. This was back when the internet was still somewhat sparse.
A lot of the problems with alternate building methods (straw bale / earthbag / etc.) are jumping through hoops to get the building permit. The other problem is if you ever want to sell it - not many people want a home made out of straw, even though they are extremely efficient. When I studied log homes, I was intrigued - if built right, they are very efficient, they always sell for at least 1/3 more than standard homes due to "the nostalgia" factor: people just like log homes.
I started looking into log home building methods - and it was depressing - there were so many ways to build - and all of them claimed to be the best - kits, custom, Swedish-cope, dovetail notched, etc - but all of them had glaring problems - the kits leaked air, and the dealers were dishonest, the cope method took 20 years of schooling to become proficient at making the special notches, and all of the methods had to be engineered because they would settle over time - you needed an engineer to tell you what kinds of loads to plan for and buy special screw jacks to lower your roof over time, special headers over the doors so the walls didn't crush the door jam as they settle - so complicated!
I finally stumbled onto LHBA (Log Home Builders Association) - Skip Ellsworth, the founder, had taken all the problems with log homes (settling, complicated notching, dishonest kit dealers) and solved every one of them with a method he called "the Skip Butt & Pass method" - no fancy notches, no screw jacks, can build with almost any kind of mostly straight tree - and most important: NO SETTLING. On top of all that, anyone could do it (they claimed), with no prior building experience, and for as little as $20k, you could have a nice home to live in. They claimed to be able to teach all of this to anyone in a 2 day class. I showed my wife, and she was like, "No way, you can't build a log home."
Fast forward 10 years - I got divorced, remarried, moved across the country, started a new career. My wife didn't really like log homes, but after looking for a home to buy for months and not finding anything she liked, she finally said, "maybe it's time to look into building that log home..."
So here we are - we designed it ourselves, cut every log, installed every shingle, window, made the doors, the fireplace - all of it, with no prior building experience. The only complaints I have with the LHBA method are :
* Not a lot of instruction on installing electrical * Not a lot of instruction on installing plumbing
Most folks hire this stuff out anyway, but my goal was to do it 100% myself.
I wanted to answer the question: Can a normal person build a home, debt-free, without any prior experience, in the 21st century?
Published on August 22, 2022 Author : Nancy (Admin)
Interview with a person of the alternative social networks who wishes to remain anonymous
Nancy : Who is the inventor and the origin?
As is so often the case, there is no single inventor.
Ecological radicalism, of course, comes from the anarchist environmental movement.
Indigenous communities are certainly also models, but also historical movements in general.
The term was ultimately created to distinguish it from other current movements and above all to emphasise the non-technical, non-mechanical.
Old terms like socialism and anarchism have been used up, and the grassroots movement is also no longer entirely free in its thinking.
Therefore, organic radicalism is not a one-sided critique of all these movements, but an attempt to highlight what they have in common.
Life itself, organic life.
Whereby the organ is not a mechanical model that serves only one purpose, but organic is precisely this diversity of the differently living, which only have in common that they all interact with each other.
Nancy : What is organic radicalism according to your vision and its impact in a life without going into personal details?
In my view, technology has increasingly decoupled man from his own living needs and made him a slave to productivity and the goods produced.
Due to the work in this society, people have less and less time for the encounters with each other.
Thus many needs are no longer fulfilled. Goods and commodities step in as a substitute. Everything becomes a commodity and estranged.
Even the fun and recreation in this society can only be acquired through goods.
For the production of these goods as well as for communication among each other, man is dependent on technology, which in this way not only becomes a means of production, but even arouses desire. In order to receive this technology and with it the need satisfaction, it must be acquired. This is the driving force of man to produce goods that enable him to satisfy his needs. I consider this to be a completely artificial way of life. A way which not only alienates man more and more from his own needs, but which also has a negative effect on the environment and other fellow creatures.
The Organic radicalism, on the other hand, puts life in the foreground. It puts the possibilities in the foreground like humans with as small as possible expenditure the human needs satisfies and also the maximum consideration for the environment and other living beings takes.
The highest maxim of organic radicalism is therefore the careful use of natural resources.
Organic radicalism is anti-capitalist and also criticizes the previous course of civilization. However, it does not assume a natural revolutionary subject, the working class, which overcomes capitalism, but relies on its own responsibility and each individual.
On the contrary, he is convinced that the working population in this system is condemned to have the same interests as the people for whom they work and, moreover, has not seen itself as a collective power for a long time.
For this reason, it is a matter of making people aware of this dead end into which their search for salvation in technology will inevitably lead. And at the same time to show other ways.
Nancy : Do you think it will have an impact on the planet eventually?
Regardless of possible man-made climate change, the impact of humans on nature cannot be overlooked. More and more forests are being cleared, swamps drained, rivers dammed and technical constructions placed in the environment.
Current plans want to fix existing environmental problems with even more technology and even more digitization. All things that consume even more resources.
Ecological radicalism, on the other hand, wants to reduce the human footprint on the environment. That is, there would be more room for an environment that can develop as freely as possible.
An environment that is not subordinated to humans everywhere, but has room for its own development.
Of course, organic radicalism will also consume resources and shape the environment according to its needs in many areas, but it does not want to turn the whole planet into potential human capital, but is convinced that it, the human being, is ultimately a small part of the whole evolution that has shaped life over millions of years until today.
Therefore, organic radicalism respects all fellow human beings and also accepts its own human limitations.
The driving force is a harmonious coexistence of humans as a whole and, if possible, with all living beings and where this is not possible. Two different spaces for human needs and natural growth.
So it is not only about conservation of the environment, but also to allow non-man-made succession and evolution.
In this way, the radical organism will change the Earth in ways that cannot be accurately predicted today because life cannot be planned.
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Published on January 28, 2022 Author : Nancy (Admin) Diaspora* account of respondent : Search email@example.com
Hello Vee McMillen my question would be from an anthropological point of view, because I saw this link in your description, how do you see the era of today?
I am fine with answering your question.
If you look at cultures over the long term, this era we have now has happened many times in what we call civilized societies. The attempt to have equality always fails, especially in large groups. I don't believe people are equal, or only in specific areas, and depending on the opportunity that the society allows. People do not have equal strength, skills, intelligence, sanity, or education. The ability to care for and help others in the group is also not equal, or missing in some, and they often decide to control others.
What we have now in the New World Order, Great Reset, whatever you call it, is an attempt at a domination of the world's governments. I don't believe this could possibly succeed; people have risen up throughout history when they have suffered enough. This attempt is more propaganda than force so far, but that will most likely change.
There will always be people who want to be in charge, to rule, to have more money, power, things, whatever. In a free society religion and upbringing by families (parents and extended family) can help the society follow laws and morals, ethics. This can't work with complete totalitarian government control, because there is always corruption and lack of values at that level.
These, of course, are my opinions. The seven deadly sins can ruin even the best intentions.
One thing I want to add is the interesting story of Booker T. Washington. I read his biography in our book club sessions, and I was amazed at what he accomplished for the slaves that had been freed. A lot of 'well'meaning' people in the government gave these men jobs immediate; provided them a new suit and shoes and off they go to some bureaucratic setting, where they were completely out of place and failed miserably.
Washington set up a trade school, where the ex-slaves attended classes on a variety of topics, and then would go to the trade teaching for skills. One thing they made were bricks, and they would sell them to the people in the area. There were many examples of this kind of thing, and he made a huge impact on their lives. I think societies that teach and trade skills and knowledge have the best models for success.
Published on November 30, 2021 Author : Nancy (Admin) Librti account of respondent : Laurie Armstrong
Question : What is your opinion on current politics in Canada?
I don't think that there are any politics in Canada.
We are at a point where all parties are spouting the same globalist garbage. Except for the PPC and some independents.
Tyranny is the new democracy in our great country. As a family that has been removed from society(by choice) it has been easy to see the fall of Canadian politics over the last 20 years.
My husband and I decided that we would buy property and farm so that we could live our life the way we seen fit.
We grow most of our own produce, we raise heritage dual purpose cattle(Dexters), rabbits, ducks, geese, pigs, and chickens as well as hunt and gather when needed.
We process our own meat and I make jams, jellies, pickle vegetables. We refuse to own cell phones and we removed our four children from the public school system over 6 years ago.
Just not t.v. (we buy movies on dvd and video instead) and we do not listen to the radio.
As a non-quota farmer the government has a whole bunch of rules that we have to abide by.
We are even are having to fight with the MNRF to keep some of our land that they are trying to claim(we are surrounded by conservation, park, and crown land).
To have farm animals legally you need a premise registry number from the government, to raise and sell cattle you must tag the animals before shipping to a client or to the processing plant with an RFID tag that you have to buy from the government for tracing purposes, the same for pigs, and sheep.
That said we are also not allowed to sell raw cow milk or goat milk. We are only allowed to sell eggs at the farm gate. I believe they also put a new rule for selling fertile eggs this year. We have been trying to spread the word for those that can to process their own meat at home by showing our customers the way we do it.
We love the way we live but it is a hard for most people to understand. We do not go on vacation, we do not go to the restaurant, the mall, the movies, the bar or most other common things that people do. We live by the seasons, for each season comes with its work.