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Revolution Impossible?

from CorbettReport:

As the economy collapses and the police state noose cinches tighter, revolution is on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But what kind of revolution is necessary…or even possible? On this episode of The Corbett Report podcast we look deeper into the revolutionary fervour of our times.

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2 comments to Revolution Impossible?

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    I can name 50 million Americans who will NEVER “revolt” until AFTER their EBT cards quit working. They are called “The FSA”. Even though MANY (not all) of them are revolting every day, they’ll never change the system as long as the system is throwing free food at them.

    But, the “crash” seems likely to kill all the SSI payments, EBT, pensions, bank accounts, stock markets, etc. it’s clear there will be some super big SHTF stuff happening. (The Fan will not survive.)

    Get those garden kits ready for your 2017 Victory Garden. Get some materials for making a home made green house, hoop house, etc. (clear swimming pool covers, the SUPER bubble wrap, up to 16 mills thick & 7 or 10 year warranty) is much better than the hardware store plastic sheeting that is MADE to break down in UV rays in LESS than 9 months!!!

    But hey, the cheap plastic, will get you by for ONE growing cycle or one winter covering the patio or porch.

  • Ed_B

    Agree that many are already “revolting”, particularly those in the multi-generation FSA.

    Gardening is very cool and it’s not just the food aspect of it. There is something spiritual about connecting with the earth and bringing forth a life-sustaining bounty with your own two hands.

    Those heritage seeds in a can that some web sites sell are good to have. Even the seeds of things that we don’t like to eat have value as trading material. A few of these can make a huge difference in hard times and it is amazing at just how much food can be grown in just a few flower pots, let alone a well-developed garden area. Veggies that climb are especially good in small spaces. Green beans, squash, peas, cukes, and others do well if they have the support of something to climb on.

    But, instead, most Americans insist on growing useless grass, flowers, and ornamental shrubs in their yards. Not very tasty, those. They look nice but they will not sustain life during hard times.

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