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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Save a penny, cause it is Super Sized.

Now that Whites are in the plunge to Hell, it is far past time to return to the Old Paths.

Little Man

I remember walkin round the court square sidewalks
Lookin in the windows at things I couldn’t want
There’s Johnson’s Hardware and Morgan’s Jewelry
And the ol’ Lee King’s Apothecary
They were the little man
The little man

I go back now and the stores are empty
Except an old Coke sign dated 1950
Boarded up like they never existed
Or renovated and called historic districts
There goes the little man
There goes the little man

Now the court square’s just a set of streets
That people go around but they seldom think
‘Bout the little man who built this town
Before the big money shut ’em down
And killed the little
Oh the little man

He pumped your gas and he cleaned your glass
One cold rainy night he fixed your flat
New store came where you do it yourself
You buy lotto ticket and food off the shelf
Forget the little man
Forget about that little man

He hung on there for a few more years
But he couldn’t sell slurpees
And he wouldn’t sell beer
Now the bank rents the station to a man down the road
And they sell velvet Elvis and secondhand clothes
There goes the little man
There goes another little man


Now the stores are lined up in a concrete strip
You can buy the whole world with just one trip
Ya save a penny ’cause it’s jumbo size
They don’t even realize they’re killin the little man
Oh the little man


It wasn’t long ago when I was a child
An old black man came with his mule and his plow
He broke the ground where we grew our garden
Back before we’d all forgotten
‘Bout the little man
The little man
Long live the little man
God bless the little man

Callin’ all the clans together!

Please check out Hearthstone’s link to this great music!

(You have to cut and paste link.)

Callin’ all the clans together!
Callin’ all the clans together!
Brothers come a runnin’!

Callin’ south and north together!
Callin’ west and east together!
Callin’ all the clans together!
Brothers come a runnin’!

Can’t afford to be abed asleepin’!
Can’t afford to be abed asleepin’!
Can’t you see the Reaper reapin’?
Brothers come a runnin’!

They are attempting to Kulak us.

Wake up and smell the Genocide.

Got food? Got community?  Who is your farmer?

Separation, now more than ever, LITM


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HR 875 http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/F?c111:1:./temp/~c1112RD9bb:e11439:

This bill is sitting in committee and I am not sure when it is going to hit the floor.  One thing I do know is that very few of the Representatives have read it.  As usual they will vote on this based on what someone else is saying.  Urge your members to read the legislation and ask for opposition to this devastating legislation.  Devastating for everyday folks but great for factory farming ops like Monsanto, ADM, Sodexo and Tyson to name a few.

I have no doubt that this legislation was heavily influenced by lobbyists from huge food producers.  This legislation is so broad based that technically someone with a little backyard garden could get fined and have their property siezed. It will effect anyone who produces food even if they do not sell but only consume it.  It will literally put all independent farmers and food producers out of business due to the huge amounts of money it will take to conform to factory farming methods.  If people choose to farm without industry standards such as chemical pesticides and fertilizers they will be subject to a vareity of harassment from this completely new agency that has never before existed.  That’s right, a whole new government agency is being created just to police food, for our own protection of course.

DO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR IT, READ THIS LEGISLATION FOR YOURSELF. The more people who read this legislation the more insight we are going to get and be able to share.  Post your observations and insights below.  Urge your members to read this legislation and to oppose the passage of this legislation.

Pay special attention to

  • Section 3 which is the definitions portion of the bill-read in it’s entirety.
  • section 103, 206 and 207- read in it’s entirety.

Red flags I found and I am sure there are more………..

  • Legally binds state agriculture depts to enforcing federal guidelines effectively taking away the states power to do anything other than being food police for the federal dept.
  • Effectively criminalizes organic farming but doesn’t actually use the word organic.
  • Effects anyone growing food even if they are not selling it but consuming it.
  • Effects anyone producing meat of any kind including wild game.
  • Legislation is so broad based that every aspect of growing or producing food can be made illegal.  There are no specifics which is bizarre considering how long the legislation is.
  • Section 103 is almost entirely about the administrative aspect of the legislation.  It will allow the appointing of officials from the factory farming corporations and lobbyists and classify them as experts and allow them to determine and interpret the legislation.  Who do you think they are going to side with?
  • Section 206 defines what will be considered a food production facility and what will be enforced up all food production facilities.  The wording is so broad based that a backyard gardener could be fined and more.
  • Section 207 requires that the state’s agriculture dept act as the food police and enforce the federal requirements.  This takes away the states power and is in violation of the 10th amendment.
  • There are many more but by the time I got this far in the legislation I was so alarmed that I wanted to bring someone’s attention to it. (to the one person who reads my blog)

Didn’t Stalin nationalize farming methods that enabled his administration to gain control over the food supply?  Didn’t Stalin use the food to control the people?

Last word…… Legislate religion and enforce gag orders on ministers on what can and can’t be said in the pulpit, instituting regulations forcing people to rely soley on the government, control the money and the food.  What is that called?  It is on the tip of my tongue……….

I haven’t read any of the Senate’s version of the bill as I have been poring thru the House’s version.  Here is the link and I hope some of you can take a look and post your observations and insights below.  One thing I am pretty sure of is that very few if any Senator’s have actually read the legislation and when it comes up for a vote they will more than likely take someone else’s word on how they should vote.  The other thing I am pretty sure about is that the legislation was probably written by lobbyists and industry experts.

S 425 http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d111:s425:

Things you can do

  1. Contact your members at 202-224-3121 and ask them to oppose HR 875 and S 425.  While you are at it ask them if they personally have read the legislation and what their position is? If they have not read the legislation ask them to read it and politely let them know that just because other representitives are not reading the legislation and voting on it does not mean they can do the same.
  2. Get in touch with local farmers and food producers by attending a local farmers market and asking them how business is.
  3. Attend a local WAPF meeting, this is a good start to learning about what is going on in farming and local & state initiatives .  The website is http://www.westonaprice.org/localchapters/index.html
  4. Check out the Farmers Legal Defense Fund at http://www.ftcldf.org/index.html
  5. Find out who sits on your states agriculture and farming committee and contact them with your concerns.
  6. Continue to contact your elected officials and let them know your position on legislation and why.
  7. Get active at the local and state levels, this is the quickest way to initiate change.

In the LORD put I my trust: how say ye to my soul, Flee as a bird to your mountain?

psalm 11

1 In the LORD put I my trust: how say ye to my soul, Flee as a bird to your mountain?

2 For, lo, the wicked bend their bow, they make ready their arrow upon the string, that they may privily shoot at the upright in heart.

3 If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?

4 The LORD is in his holy temple, the LORD’S throne is in heaven: his eyes behold, his eyelids try, the children of men.

5 The LORD trieth the righteous: but the wicked and him that loveth violence his soul hateth.

6 Upon the wicked he shall rain snares, fire and brimstone, and an horrible tempest: this shall be the portion of their cup.

7 For the righteous LORD loveth righteousness; his countenance doth behold the upright.

They are shuttin the old America down

I do not agree with every snip from the video or every lyric, but minor detail.  It still smells of sun set for the old America.  It is time to start rejecting “their make believe”.  It is time for Lee in the Mountains while there is still something left to save, “that which is about to die”.

NB: Make sure to read what the maker of the video wrote, posted below, as to why he made his tribute to Detroit.

John Rich
Shuttin’ Detroit Down

Written By: John Rich

My daddy taught me that in this country everyone’s the same
You work hard for your dollar and you never pass the blame
When it don’t go your way
Now I see all these big shots whinin’ on my evening news
About how they’re losin’ billions and how it’s up to me and you
To come running to the rescue
Well pardon me if I don’t shed a tear ‘cause they’re selling make believe
And we don’t buy that here

Cause in the real world there shutting Detroit down
While the boss man takes his bonus pay and jets out of town/
And DC’s bailing out the bankers as the farmers auction ground,
Yeah while they’re living it up on Wall Street in that New York City town,
Here in the real world there shuttin’ Detroit down.
They’re shuttin’ Detroit down.”

Well that old man’s been workin’ in that plant most all of his life
Now his pension plan’s been cut in half and he can’t afford to die
And it’s a crying shame, ‘cause he ain’t the one to blame
When I look down and see his caloused hands,
Let me tell you friend it gets me fightin’ mad

Cause in the real world there shutting Detroit down
While the boss man takes his bonus pay and jets out of town/
And DC’s bailing out the bankers as the farmers auction ground,
Yeah while they’re living it up on Wall Street in that New York City town,
Here in the real world there shuttin’ Detroit down.
They’re shuttin’ Detroit down.”

Yeah while there’ living it up on Wall Street in that New York City town
Here in the real world there shuttin’ Detroit down!

Author of the video:


I am not much of a country music fan but when I first heard John Rich’s “Shutting Down Detroit” I loved it! Even if it wasn’t for his heartfelt lyrics I still think it’s an awesome song. BRAVO to …

I am not much of a country music fan but when I first heard John Rich’s “Shutting Down Detroit” I loved it! Even if it wasn’t for his heartfelt lyrics I still think it’s an awesome song.

BRAVO to John Rich and the people of Detroit and it’s suburbs. We will survive ;-D

I added the Muldoons as a hopeful freshness to Detroit. My apologies for not adding Iggy Pop, Steve Yzerman and many other factions of Detroit. I should have also brought more attention to the auto industry.

The young married couple are my Mom and Dad and the hip dude on the Harley is my Dad. I love them both and one day I will see you in heaven Mom!!!

My Dad worked his butt off to help Mom raise six loving children that were taught to love and respect each other as well as the people we meet in life. The same goes for ALL people in general.

Men of Harlech, stop your dreaming!

Rorke’s Drift was a mission station in Natal, South Africa, situated near a natural ford (drift) on the Buffalo River at 28°20′57″S, 30°32′3″ECoordinates: 28°20′57″S, 30°32′3″E. During the Anglo-Zulu War, the defence of Rorke’s Drift (22 January-23 January 1879) immediately followed the British Army’s defeat at the Battle of Isandlwana earlier in the day. One hundred and thirty-nine British soldiers successfully defended their garrison against an intense assault by four to five thousand Zulu warriors. The overwhelming Zulu attack on Rorke’s Drift came a hair’s breadth away from defeating the tiny British garrison. The successful defence of the outpost is held as one of history’s finest defences.

The British Soldiers start singing this, 2 minutes into the video:

“Men of Harlech”

Men of Harlech, stop your dreaming
Can’t you see their spearpoints gleaming
See their warrior pennants streaming
To this battle field

Men of Harlech stand ye steady
It can not be ever said ye
For the battle were not ready
Welshmen never yield

From the hills rebounding
Let this war cry sounding
Summon all at Cambria’s call
The mighty foe surrounding

Men of Harlech on to glory
This will every be your story
Keep these burning words before ye
Welshmen will not yield

Tend Your Own Garden

By Washington Jefferson

You are what you eat, as the old saying goes. And most of us don’t eat too well these days. Oh yes, we eat a lot, as evidenced by the multitudes of grossly obese Americans waddling around. But that’s the point. In terms of genuine nutrition, we’re not eating well at all.

A big reason is our factory agriculture and fast food culture. What we gain in efficiency and cheap food, we more than lose in the nourishment necessary for sound minds and bodies. Many wonder why so many Americans are so apathetic and-frankly-cowardly. But when you consider the documented effects of sugar, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, preservatives and genetically-engineered frankenfoods, there’s little cause for wonder at all.

Many profit from this situation, even as many more lose their health. But the profit is not all monetary. Demoralized and sick people are splendid materials for social engineers. Healthy folks don’t put up controllers, manipulators, bullies and bureaucrats.

We Southerners have an answer for this sad state of affairs. It lies in our agrarian heritage. Traditionally we have been a people who have lived close to the land, self-sufficient in healthy food on our family farms. Unfortunately, those farms are more of a memory than a reality today. The proper task before us now is to rebuild a strong agricultural society, where then good earth provides good food and sustains strong communities.

Now, you say, this is hardly possible with all the economic obstacles to profitable small-scale farming. And indeed those obstacles are considerable, but not insurmountable. As cases in point, the Amish and conservative Mennonites seem to make a pretty good go of it.

While we may not want to live the strictness of these religious groups, they do offer possibilities to consider. Though it is unlikely any time soon that any great number of Southerners will try to go back to full-time farming, there are some very useful first steps that almost all of us can take. And first steps are not insignificant. As the Chinese have observed, no great journey is possible without them.

The steps in question are learning the arts of gardening, and to take them you don’t have to live in the country. A suburban backyard offers plenty of possibilities, and what you can reap is not at all negligible. Even a small plot, if skillfully worked, can provide a lot of food.

Good nutrition is one benefit, and a small taste of freedom from the industrial agricultural establishment is another. There are many good books on gardening around to provide information, and for that matter there are lots of gardeners who are happy to share their knowledge. But don’t just absorb knowledge. Stick a spade in the ground; it’s a revolutionary act against the powers that be.

One hint: get open pollinated seeds, the kinds that reproduce true to type. That way you can save your own seeds for the next planting. Big Agriculture doesn’t like these seeds because its minions want to keep selling their hybrid seeds, year after year. Like all the other establismenteers, they want to keep you dependent on them. (To find a supplier of open-pollinated seeds, use google.)

In the days to come the ability to produce one’s own food may become more crucial than ever. Given the economic mess we’re in now the inability of the criminals and fools in Washington to deal it, real hard times may lie ahead-perhaps even food shortages. Prepare now, while there is still time.

The philosopher Voltaire left much to be desired in the way of religion. Nevertheless, he was right on the mark when he said that when the trends of the world are difficult to contend with, it is wise “to tend your own garden.” Take up your shovels, spades and tillers, fellow Southerners; let’s do it.