May 11, 2024

The Empire Strikes

Timothy Birdnow

I've long warned about the collapse of American agriculture and how it is a tool for the collectivization of the U.S.

When Japan first modernized they did not do what so many other Third World nations did; they didn't concentrate on industry and military technology, but first emphasized modernizing their farming. Their theory was that they first needed to be able to feed everyone and not have to buy food from overseas. It worked; Japan became a world power and within a few years defeated the Russians in the Russo-Japanese war, the first time a non-western nation defeated a modern Western country.

I've also argued that the internationalists have sought to impose a hydraulic empire, which is a condition where the state owns and controls all the water, or in the modern incarnation the energy also. In this situation they want to control the production and distribution of food. The family farm must go in favor of a factory farm controlled and regulated by government. Then food becomes a luxury afforded to friends of the state and enemies of the state wind up starving. That was how the classic hydraulic empire worked; they cut off water to rebellious provinces and the folks there starved as their crops died. It worked that way in China and in Egypt.

Hydraulic empires never have revolutions; the ruling class remains in power unless overthrown by others in the ruling class OR by an outside power. But the leviathan in the Western World, the New World Order types, have labored to put the whole world under their system. There will likely be no foreign intervention.

There has been a long term war against American agriculture. (American farmers feed not just the nation but the whole world, I might add.) Endless regulations, ever tightening financial problems and lack of loans, inflation, high gas prices, etc. have all gone towards squeezing the small farmer out (as Stalin did to the Kulaks in Ukraine.) If we lose the small farmer the government will own and control all food - and then they own us.

Well, it's starting to happen:

US agriculture in deep decline as incomes collapse for farmers, equipment manufacturers
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If the family farm dies they will be feeding us bugs and lawn weeds and we will own nothing and be happy, or so they will force us to say.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 10:30 AM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1  The problem with this is that a lot of these so-called farmers farm less then 50 acres without a clue as to what it is their doing.Too many you tubers raising chickens or emus that cant afford to keep them fed or have the proper acreage to sustain them. As far as equipment dealers its inflation man.

Posted by: Mike at May 11, 2024 06:27 PM (x0K/Y)

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