Saturday, February 14, 2009

The Raid of the South Central Farmers on June 13, 2006

Note from the Health Ranger (www.naturalnews.com) below:


Watch LAPD cops stand guard as the food supply of hundreds of poor L.A. families is being bulldozed into dust... this is madness in the extreme, and it's happening right here in the United States of America, by the orders of city officials!

It's called The Destruction of South Central Farmers and it demonstrates why short-term, profit-based thinking will ultimately destroy sustainable human life on our planet. Keep in mind what you are watching it the city of Los Angeles destroying a community garden plot. It's like an apocalyptic future scene right out of Terminator, enforced at gunpoint by clueless city cops who are arresting the very citizens they should be protecting.

This story is mentioned in an important documentary you need to see (if you haven't seen it yet) called The End of Suburbia. It's an extremely intelligent film that takes a closer look at the structure of modern society and why the way most people live today isn't sustainable in the long run. You can watch this on Roku through Netflix ( www.Roku.com) or you can check out the film website here: http://www.endofsuburbia.com/ (catch the trailer there).

By watching these films, you will come to understand the true challenges facing human civilization. The immediate financial bailout is the least of our problems: Human civilization simply cannot survive the mass consumption-based philosophy that dominates western thinking today. Short-term thinking is the surest path to self destruction. When will the human race grow up?

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Don't let your freedom & rights be taken away right before your eyes. If you have a garden, protect it. If you don't, plant one!

We must stand up against the New World Order as ONE SPIRIT, ONE TRIBE, ONE LOVE!

Peace & Blessings,

~A

www.WildAlchemist.com

1 comment:

  1. A few years ago I met a biker who'd been to Honduras. An American company built a factory there, but the people had their little gardens, chickens, pigs, etc., and didn't need a paycheck. The American military sprayed the gardens with defoliant, and soon the people were forced to slave in the factory to survive. I've never tried to verify the story, but it sounds like biz as usual for the gov't....

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