The government strategy started to deliberately destroy family farming in the US and abroad and eventually led to 95% of all grain reserves in the world being under the control of six multinational agribusiness corporations

Watching the Democratic debates over the last couple of months, it’s amazing how all the candidates are talking about having the government do more for people. Whether it’s Medicare for All, canceling student debt, handing out more money in welfare or just letting people stay in the country after they crossed the border illegally, politicians want the government to give us all more help.

Well, unless we’re preppers. Then it seems like the government switches to being as obstructive as possible. Politicians at all levels, from town selectmen up to Congress and most presidents, do everything they can to make self-sufficiency difficult.

Obamacare was the last administration’s flagship policy and it basically made it illegal to not have health insurance. There are arguments for that, but if you want to pay any medical bills when they happen, shouldn’t you have that right? Many towns have local ordinances against keeping livestock, even if it’s just a few chickens to give you eggs and occasional meat. Zoning laws can be – and are – applied to limit what you can do with your home. Want to drill your own well? You might need to allow (and pay for) inspections. And don’t forget the constant attempts to limit what sort of guns you can own.

The argument for all these laws is that the government can do things better than you can, so you should turn responsibility over to it. You’re just a citizen; you don’t know enough about health to make insurance decisions, so you should let Bernie Sanders bring in Medicare for All and the government will take charge of your health. The eggs from your own hens haven’t been through federally mandated inspections, so you shouldn’t eat them. Did the town health officer check the water from your well? And what do you need guns for? The cops will protect you from bad guys.

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Well, what could possibly go wrong? I guess you could ask the residents of Flint, MI how well the government did at giving them clean water. What if you live in a rural area and the cops need an hour to respond when you report an intruder? And go take a look at a meatpacking plant then tell me government-approved food is safer for you.

It’s very obvious that there are plenty of things we’re better off doing for ourselves every day, and a whole lot more we can do for ourselves if we need to, so why won’t the government get out of the way and let us do it? This really puzzles a lot of people, but that’s because they’re looking at it from the wrong direction. The government doesn’t really care what’s best for us; it’s thinking about what’s best for the government.

The thing is I’ve been calling the government it, but really I should be saying them. The government is made up of people, and being the government is their job. If you’re a lawmaker the chances are you really like your job. You get special privileges and a pretty good income. You’re respected. Maybe most of all, you have power. If you have an idea and you can get the votes for it you can turn it into law, and everyone has to act the way you think they should. That’s a heady brew.

So, if you’re in government, you want the people to respect and obey the government. The best way to do that is to make them rely on the government.

Think about it. If people are self-reliant, and the only contact they have with the government is when lawmakers demand money from them or tell them what to do, they’re not exactly going to see the government as their friend, are they?

The only way to govern a self-reliant people is to do it lightly. Only pass laws when it’s absolutely necessary. Give people maximum freedom about how they live their lives. Keep taxes at the bare minimum needed to pay for things only the government can do. There are things only the government can do, like national defense, but despite left-wing complaints about our military budget we don’t actually spend very much on defense as a share of government spending.

Do it that way and most people won’t resent the government – but there’s a problem. Doing it this way means having a small government, and that means there won’t be many of those nice government jobs that give people access to privileges, money, and power. I don’t care about that. You don’t care about that. But all the people who work inside the Beltway care about that.

No, they want big government, because that way there are more jobs for them, their families and their friends. And the only way to get the people to accept a big government is to make as many as possible of them depend on it.

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The government has two ways to make people depend on it. One is to stop them doing things then make the government the only source of those things. Law enforcement is a classic example. The government says you don’t need guns to protect yourself because the police will protect you. That’s rubbish, of course. If you hear breaking glass at 3 am you need a gun to face down a potential intruder, and you need it right there – not on a cop’s belt outside a Dunkin’ Donuts 17 miles away. So if you can’t have a gun you’ll be worried about intruders, and all you can do is vote to pay more tax, give the police department funding to hire more cops, and hope that one of them is close enough when you need protection.

That’s one way to make people dependent. The other is brutally simple – money. This country has massive financial inequality, the worst in the civilized world, and most of it’s been created by politicians. The slow, kudzu-like growth of government bureaucracy has made it harder to start a small business or be self-employed. The government likes order, predictability, big corporations with HR departments full of liberal graduates. They hate the chaos created by startups and entrepreneurs – but it’s that chaos that drives innovation and creates wealth.

So government policies help keep people poor, but that’s OK because the government has an answer for poverty. They’ll just take money from the people that have it and give it to the ones that don’t. That’s mostly what our government does now – move money from people who earned it to people who didn’t.

Mostly? You think I’m exaggerating? Nope. When you pay tax you get told the money’s needed for education, for transport infrastructure, for defense. Don’t believe it. Just 1% of federal spending goes on K-12 education. Only 3% goes on transport infrastructure. Even defense only gets 18%.

A staggering 69% – over two thirds – goes on entitlement programs. Medicare, social security, welfare, food stamps – that’s what most of your tax goes on. Giving people things for free, but never giving them freedom. Because if they had freedom they wouldn’t need the government, and we can’t have that, can we?

Henry Kissinger is famous for saying: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”

Some people think that in the 60s US strategy started to deliberately destroy family farming in the US and abroad and eventually led to 95% of all grain reserves in the world being under the control of six multinational agribusiness corporations.

What are your thoughts on this?

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6 Replies to “The government strategy started to deliberately destroy family farming in the US and abroad and eventually led to 95% of all grain reserves in the world being under the control of six multinational agribusiness corporations”

  1. Entitlement programs= SSI,Medicare,Medicade?A staggering 69% – over two thirds – goes on entitlement programs. Medicare, social security, welfare, food stamps – that’s what most of your tax goes on.
    Listen F’Tard I have worked all my life from age 8 to still working 70. I have paid into those programs and will have to live to be 144yrs old to collect all that i have put in not including interest !
    So make the government STOP GIVING IT TO ILLEGALS !
    Where is my FREE SHIT ?
    You are such a left retard.
    John

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  2. Yes wise words.. I live in rural area and would like to build a hoophouse/greenhouse., permission and supervision costs are here in EU higher than whole hoophouse. I will build it without permit.. let’s see what happens.

    Also I would like to have chickens.. same problem. Too much bureaucracy. Chickens are noisy.. I will take some quails.. without permit ofcourse..

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  3. As a prepper, farmer, and homesteader, I am completely confident in my ability to survive and THRIVE without gov’t “help”. I need nothing from gov’t; I only wish everyone else could say the same.

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  4. I was excited when I saw the title of this article. Since there was so little written about the multinational corporations taking over the grain business, I felt compelled to comment. I grew up on a farm in Iowa, and I noticed that the seed corn companies were getting bigger and the same thing was going on with the fertilizer and nitrogen being controlled by corporations that were growing in size and working with the USDA to control the farmer who had no boss, and answered only to himself. We were able to plant fields from fence to fence, and provide corn and soybeans, along with other crops, like oats, and we had more than enough produce for all of the US and beyond. We had a registered dairy herd of cows, and we provided milk for all to drink at a reasonable cost. I remember that we had so much milk that it was being hauled away and dumped down the drain, as there was video of the waste on the TV news. Also, we harvested so much corn that there was no elevators, corn cribs, or storage for all the corn, and most small communities had a massive pile of corn just sitting outside and spoiling in the weather. Because of the increased productivity in yield of grain, the farmer got paid less, and sometimes just “broke even”, and wondered if he could borrow enough money at the bank to plant a crop in the spring. Farmers were not organized so this happened year after year, and all the while the companies were getting bigger and were buying out smaller companies, and there was more government control, because the companies were “marrying” the government. They were taking the same strategy as Standard Oil, out of their playbook. I don’t remember what they did with all the corn, but when Clinton got into office, he got rid of all our surplus. With chemtrails and the manipulation of the weather, wouldn’t it be nice to have a surplus now? The greatest inventor in America was the Serbian born Nicola Tesla, who brought alternating current electricity, which Edison hated. Even Marconi was using Tesla’s patents for his radio, and taking credit for that invention. I am sure that John J. who left the first comment would agree with what I am writing. Tesla invented many products that we use today, and I am not going to list them, and he was shunned from our history books that talked about all the inventions of the Industrial Revolution. Not a word said about Tesla who lit-up the 1893 Chicago World Fair. Tesla relied on money grants, and had help of George Westinghouse with the cost of generators at Niagara Falls, and later J.P. Morgan would finance Tesla’s endeavors. Tesla’s invention of the Tesla coil was going to benefit everyone in the US, bringing cheap electricity that most could afford, and somehow he was able to collect electricity from our atmosphere, and his coil would greatly increase and harness the vast amount that was generated, and he found that he could provide wireless electricity, but he never had the time and definitely was not going to have funding from Morgan, as he wanted meters installed to charge each household for the use of the electricity. Tesla wanted to provide wireless electricity to everyone, and it would cost nothing, as he wanted “free energy”. As a sideline, Tesla also invented the “Death Ray”, which was the principle that is used in our scalar weapons, and we saw that version of the weapon known as a molecular dissociation particle beam that can be seen in video taken in slow-motion during the fall of the Twin Towers. If you pay close attention to the metal antennas and other metal structures on the top of the towers, you will notice that the metal turns to dust and blows away. Also none of the concrete is in large chunks, and cars that were parked many blocks from that site were burned up and looked rusty, but the paper on the ground did not burn, thanks to Dr, Judy Woods for pointing that out. Ask yourself if it makes any sense that a jet plane can fly into the Twin Towers without shearing off the wings. Are the wings really stronger than steel and concrete? Getting back to “free energy”, Tesla was building a type of transmitter that could transmit electricity to another transmitter, and they could be set up all across the US, but J.P. Morgan ordered the transmitter to be blown-up, and that was the end of “free energy” for a while. The US Patent Office has had in its possession the patents to make “free energy” a reality, but they seem to lose those patents, just like the patents that could alter the carburetor on the car to get 60 miles to a gallon of gas. One last thought, I remember seeing a generator that looked like a fan, and it needed a small motor to get the fan blades moving, and the generator began to run without the motor that was shut off, and it was described as being able to run indefinitely by the magnets that kept it running somehow by changing the polarity of the magnets it was able to power lights. A large demonstration was to be held in a ballroom in Des Moines, and somehow I doubt if that ever happened. The multinational corporations that are “married” to the government and banking have centralized the power, so the few have control over the many. If you would listen to Ed Snowden, you would realize that he is not a spy, and he didn’t disclose any new information that was not written in several books during the 1990’s. He tells the truth, he is very smart, he is not a threat to National Security, but the huge tech corporations fear his knowledge. Ed is a true patriot and should be thought of as a US hero in exile in Russia. When the 5G Network is completely rolled out, the multi-governmental /banking/tech corporations, it will be the end of our freedom and our security, and the installment of the BEAST system of enslavement for all humanity, and that’s a wrap!

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  5. They use the 10 elements of communism to control everything; waging war against us all by ‘legal’ means. Their war against us is mainly done by legislation, however, they will just outright steal (confiscate) your property. They are your enemy, not your government. They will make your life a living hell, especially if you dare to question their pretended authority and they will point guns at you to demonstrate their authority. You have been brainwashed into believing that you have a government protecting you. NOT SO!

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