Archive for category Red Pills
August 3, 2012
An outstanding piece showcasing why Banks should not be trusted.
When the financial system’s instability becomes inescapably evident, events such as these in which they raid safety deposit boxes will become the norm. Please make sure you do not become a victim and take heed of this warning.
If you don’t hold it, you don’t own it.
by: Tyler Durden
July 31, 2012
July 29, 2012
Supplanting a quick caveat to the article below, the only portion in which I would disagree with would be in microwaving the food after its frozen. A better option would be to bake the food in the oven or to cook it on the stove.
Through research it was found that Russia had banned microwaves due to them destroying up to 97% of the nutritional content of foods. Other then that, the article below shows very creative ways in which families can save money in these hard economic times.
We must not overlook the value of proper nutrition though, as most disease surfaces due to incorrect nutrition and essential vitamin deficiencies.
by: George Ure and Gaye Levy
July 29, 2012
Of all expenses people can control, perhaps the one with the biggest variation (percentage-wise) is food budgets. If you eat out all the time, these costs can be enormous. Or, at home, they can be modest – and with some gardening they can be very low.
The problem with budgeting, though, is it is no fun whatsoever. You get so many dollars set aside for eating, and that’s it.
So instead of such a dreary approach to food budgeting, George has been noodling some more interesting ways to make ends meet. How about eight simple budgeting strategies?
This idea occurred to me because on our recent adventuring around the country I was keeping track of our expenses every single day. As a result, I looked at our bank card and checking accounts every day online. What quickly became apparent was the fact that we had a fair number of “zero dollar days” – that is, days when nothing came out of checking or went on the credit card.
Extending the concept a bit, I figured that one way to really stretch the food bill would be to buy everything in containers that are as economical as possible – without having things spoil, of course – but stocking up for 10 days to 2 weeks at a time.
Sure, you might have to resort to frozen veggies for the second half of the period, and maybe toss in a $5-dollar jug of milk, but mainly you’d be able to go longer and longer periods of time between trips to the grocery store.
We did this a fair bit back when Elaine and I were living on the boat, but for some reason it didn’t occur to me to make this an ongoing protocol. Sure, Gaye covers a lot of this on the Backdoor Survival site, but I hadn’t seen it written up as a budgeting plan: Pretend your home is a sea-going ship and you’re stocking up for a two-week voyage and that’s it. It changes how you spend money, that’s for sure.
Zero garbage days
This is another weird one, but it follows along from the same kind of thinking. Pretend that instead of a ship going somewhere, you’re in a spacecraft and all the stuff you take has to be hauled back home with you. What this immediately does is get you into the idea of cooking in batches and then storing frozen or refrigerated containers of this, that, or the other thing.
The more garbage you’re creating, the more packaging you’re throwing out; and packaging isn’t free, and usually (but not always) big sizes of everything pay off over time. If, that is, you can store the portions and that means some small investment in Tupperware or similar plastic containers.
July 25, 2012
The Documentary below by Gary Null exposes many of the tyrannical ways in which the FDA has carried out its attack on the populace’s food rights. It leaves no doubt as to how incisive, dangerous & purely controlling this agency has become over time. The fact that the FDA has carried out an all-out assault on many beneficial foods & supplements that would aid people’s health is beyond disturbing.
As an adjunct to the documentary below, for those seeking additional information regarding the nefarious ways of the TSA please read:
July 18, 2012
Richard Sauder Ph.D, who is author of the unparalleled books Hidden In Plain Sight & Underwater And Underground Bases, speaks about the black budget program as well as Deep Underground Military Bases [DUMBs] in this interview on Coast to Coast.
Richard has done extensive research into this esoteric subject, and has learned a veritable amount of information regarding the intricacies that are involved within the Black Budget covert world.
Throughout his ironclad archival research, Mr. Sauder has gone on to catalog many Underground Bases in the United States and has also learned that many of these covert facilities in fact employ technology that is far greater than the mainstream world could fathom.
As a side note that might be helpful to put things into perspective, please keep in mind that there was a study released by two people affiliated by the Stansford Research Institute [T.G. Warfield & L.R. Parkinson] in 1968 named “Feasibility of Manned In-Bottom Bases” that is covered by Richard Sauder Ph.D. in his book Hidden in Plain Sight, in which he discusses the study, which points out that the approximate cost of constructing 30 Undersea Bases [In-bottom & On-Bottom] was to be about $2.7 Billion Dollars.
Corporate Oppression – ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ to grant biotech industry total immunity over GM crops?
July 15, 2012
This is another in a slew of examples of how our freedoms continue to be eviscerated. The oppressive and reprehensible Biotech Corporation known as Monsanto is at it again. As per usual, this Multi-National corporation is attempting to destroy our food rights with their continuous assault on our liberties.
If corporate agendas that vaporize liberty at the expense of profit & control are not stopped, the world as we know it will cease to exist in the not to near future.
Sunday, July 15, 2012
By: Jonathan Benson
[NaturalNews] While millions of Americans were busy celebrating freedom from tyranny during the recent Independence Day festivities, Monsanto was actively trying to thwart that freedom with new attacks on health freedom. It turns out that the most evil corporation in the world has quietly attached riders to both the 2012 Farm Billand the 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill that would essentially force the federal government to approve GMOs at the request of biotechnology companies, and prohibit all safety reviews of GMOs from having any real impact on the GMO approval process.
The Alliance for Natural Health – USA (ANH-USA), the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), and several other health freedom advocacy groups have been actively drawing attention to these stealth attacks in recent days, and urging Americans to rise up and oppose them now before it is too late. If we fail to act now as a single, unified community devoted to health freedom, in other words, America’s agricultural future could literally end up being controlled entirely by the biotech industry, which will have full immunity from the law.
You can fight back now against these threats to food freedom by visiting:
Full exemption from the law for the biotech industry
Authored by Congressmen and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Related Agencies Jack Kingston (R-Ga.), the 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill rider, known as the “farmer assurance provision” (Section 733), specifically outlines that the Secretary of Agriculture will be required, upon request, to “immediately” grant temporary approval or deregulation of a GM crop, even if that crop’s safety is in question or under review.
In other words, if the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is strong-armed into approving a new GM crop that is later legally challenged in court (which is basically what happened for GM sugar beets and GM alfalfa), the Secretary of Agriculture, under the provisions of the Kingston rider, will be required to approve the cultivation and sale of that crop anyway, even if a higher court has already ordered a moratorium on that crop.
“A so-called ‘Monsanto rider,’ quietly slipped into the multi-billion dollar FY 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill, would require — not just allow, but require — the Secretary of Agriculture to grant a temporary permit for the planting or cultivation of a genetically engineered crop, even if a federal court has ordered the planting be halted until an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is completed,” wrote Alexis Baden-Mayer and Ronnie Cummins in a recent piece for AlterNet.
“All the farmer or the biotech producer has to do is ask, and the questionable crops could be released into the environment where they could potentially contaminate conventional or organic crops and, ultimately, the nation’s food supply.”
You can read the rider for yourself, which begins on page 86, Sec. 733 of the following document:
July 13, 2012
The video Greg speaks about is underneath the video below. Please take the time to watch it so we can all start seeing in more depth what really is taking place in America.
July 13, 2012