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Sunday, August 10, 2014

6 months escape/prep 6


SIX MONTHS ESCAPE/PREP 6

( Six Months To Escaping The Rat Race And Preparing For The Apocalypse Cash On The Barrelhead )

 

Wheat

You’ve moved, paid off your small piece of paradise and built a shelter ( and declared bankruptcy prior to gaining title to the land so it won’t be an asset ).  Congratulations- you are now free of bankers and bitter greedy corporations.  You aren’t as freeholders of yore for the simple fact of property tax being payable in currency rather than in kind hence making divorce from the income economy impossible, but you are a lot closer than anybody ever will be while beholden to debt issuers.  Debt IS slavery, people.  It don’t get no more Pure D Simple than that.  It isn’t as simple as a loan against future earnings as is portrayed- it is a form of forced labor in a time when that might be impossible to some.  Right now you are healthy, right?  In five years, you get hit by a car and even though they carry compulsory insurance you don’t get a dime.  The banks still want their vig.  They debased the currency to create money out of thin air, which becomes your loan, and you need to earn real money to pay that back.  Tell yourself whatever lie you need to, but you are not free while you owe.  Anyway, getting on with it- now that you are free enough it is time to get ready for the collapse ( brought on by those same bankers who will be free and clear in a foreign country by the time the Peoples Committees start erecting guillotines ).  Food is first.  With food, you might avoid the crowds that you need defense for.  With only a means of defense but no food you only have the means of shooting yourself once you contact a disease brought on by malnourishment. 

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If you go to a feed store and buy whole kernel non-treated red winter wheat, you can get 400 pounds of grain ( a years-worth of food at 1500 calories a day from one pound of wheat each day ) for $100-$120.  This is your bulk calorie food.  You can snare and trap small game for protein and pick wild weeds for veggies.  Wheat alone-any one food alone- will not suffice but you need a base calorie supply or you are screwed.  The cheapest buckets are from Home Depot and there is some debate as to whether they outgas toxins or not.  Me, I could care less.  Better cancer in twenty years than starvation this year.  Cheapest storage for your grain will be about $50.  Figure about $160 per person per year of basic food.  If you don’t have a feed store near you, go shopping online at Wal-Mart and order wheat to be delivered at your nearest Wal-Mart ( if you don’t have one of those near you, or a feed store, you will screw the pooch buying mail order wheat ).


This will run you around $200, give or take ( you must order over $50 at a time to avoid shipping charges ).  A third more than doing it yourself- but available to anyone near a Wal-Mart which is most of us.  Taking the $200 figure, a grand per person for five years of food each. 

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13 comments:

  1. Some thoughts, Jim. First is to set up an LLC to hold title to your micro empire. See J.J. Luna. Second is buckets. Food grade (icing comes in them) buckets with O-ringed lids are available at places that decorate cakes. They throw them away. An added benefit is that you will lose most of your desire for icing after cleaning out a couple of them. Thirdly, the south only gets one wheat harvest (summer white I think) so you will have to order from Wally World or use rice in addition. Hope this helps.

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    1. Our Albertsons now returns their bakery buckets. And, I did try cleaning frosting at one time-which is why I buy my new buckets. Only do it if you are really poor because it is a huge PITA. Course, being poor is a PITA.

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  2. As you well know, I am a case in point for getting hit by that car ! They also had that mandatory minimum liability insurance, which may or may not pay off down the line. As you also stated....down the line does not pay today's rent or utilities.
    Preps will at least however feed me and mine.
    Take heed minions of the Helko Guru of golden locks, he sayeth true words...

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    1. Sorry, but you are kind of now the poster boy for paid off land due to medical emergencies.

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  3. Just a heads up -- I went to my usual feed store last week to get another 50 pounds of wheat, but they were completely out -- they couldn't even order any in until more was harvested. I did find another place to special order it from and picked it up yesterday, but I thought your readers might like to know how tight supplies were getting -- after I had topped off my supply, of course.

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    1. Strange- I got mine on the 2nd and they had the usual in stock. Course, I didn't clear them out like I sometimes do so they might be in the same situation. Oh, what the hell, just panic and buy out every source!

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    2. It's probably a geographical thing Jim. Feed stores in the cold north probably sell out faster, and have less to sell overall.

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    3. Or, more chickens round john's neck o da woods-less here as its too cold too long and feed is expensive ( less bugs since less vegetation here )

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  4. And what if you are a cheap bastard and your local feed store only carries the treated variety (ps I tried the while Im raising organic livestock bit, they just sounded confused.) What exactly is the harm in eating the deworm treated wheat? Or should I stop being a cheap bastard and go to china mart?

    -sumdude...maybe with worms...maybe not

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    1. I don't know if I'd chance eating vet meds for worms. Truthfully, I just am repeating what Kurt Saxon said late 80's on feed store wheat. It made sense so I don't mind parroting it. It might be harmless.

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  5. Hey Jim;
    I'm coming over to Elko to look at some prop; Mon or Tues. May have some canned food to donate.
    See ya
    Neil

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    1. Happy to see ya-I'm usually out all morning on pick ups and on Mon I leave at noon on my half day. I'm here Tue afternoon giving out food boxes 1-345pm.

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