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Wednesday, March 4, 2020

four storage plan book 3

FOUR STORAGE PLAN BOOK 3
Chapter One
Priorities
We touched on this previously. Most folks prioritize food the ass backwards way and buy luxury foods. They don't realize this. They think luxury foods are regular normal food, because that is what they have eaten all their lives. Instant convenience foods heavy on the fat and sugar. A very heavy reliance on meat ( which is sad, because it used to be our diets were far heavier than even now on protein. Now, the idiots keep pushing carbs.
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Which are usually white food carbs, to enrich the medical industry and to get the proles used to a gruel diet so the rich can have all the meat as it runs out ). Just like in the movie Soylent Green. Yes, the plot was a bit gimmicky. “It's people!”. But honestly, every time I watch the film, I notice more and more how prophetic it was. The overcrowding in substandard housing, the fake foods, the law enforcement corruption, the push for suicide, and in this case, the rich being the only ones able to afford real meat.
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Does the “impossible burger” ring a bell? Does the inclusion of vegetarians and vegans into the upper approval list of the Anointed Politically Correct Ones sound familiar? The New York City tax on unhealthy foods? The pyramid chart pushing for whole grains over meat? “Diet For A Small Planet”? The carbon tax on farting cows? The Whites allowed to live if they are feminized by a soy diet? Follow the propaganda. You can see the direction the communists want to travel. No meat, gruel only. Sadly, this is the apocalypse diet.
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I know what many say. Grain is unhealthy. I insist on meat. And that is fine. You have the money, you get the meat. But you do understand that this is NOT historically the norm? Ever since agriculture was militarized, the peasants get the gruel. Ten thousand years of a whole grain heavy diet, meat a mere condiment. Why do you think blackpowder was so eagerly embraced by the kings? Skinny weak peasants could now fight for the king, and well fed warriors were no longer needed, with their lifetime training and concessions of power. Do you think the king actually tried to help the knights retain power ( outside the easily circumvented Papist ban on crossbows which never was observed well )?
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A meat heavy diet is traditionally exclusively for nomads ( there are others of mixed use, or exceptions, but the norm is fertile flatland centralized agriculture crowding out the herders to marginal land ). And the norm for centralized agriculture is a heavy grain diet. Centralized agriculture calls for social stratification, and meat quickly becomes a carrot and stick. Meat could be a government priority, but quantity always defeats quality, in the long run. More grain at the expense of meat is a military strategy. To Americans, meat is subconsciously part of the power sharing agreement.
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The people most comfortable with communism are of course morons and allow the hive mind to think for them, and they reject meat. Those more down to earth folks embrace their course traditions of BBQ mass meat consumption, along with lower class beer and sports ball kabuki theater. They don't go all fancy foo-foo with healthy fish ( a substandard protein ) or organically raised salads. They understand that exercising to 10% body fat is dangerous and leaves no reserves for when the rich try to starve them out, and happily embrace fries and hamburgers.
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They only miscalculate by eating at McDonald's, which from their corporate inception embraced Fake Foods, for profit. But make no mistake, meat is political. So believe me when I say I agree with the desire to consume protein, a warriors food. I understand the reluctance to embrace a wheat or other starch heavy peasant food as a dietary staple. In an ideal world, you eat plenty of both for a balanced diet ( the potato is a superior starch, but its storage it problematic ). But may I point out that we are far from a perfect world? We live in a decaying and failing world.
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As such, 99% of my readers are on a strict prepper budget. They still have American Empire wealth, but less than ever, paying the banker elite more and more every year ( even property tax increases are the bankers fault, as local governments had to take out loans for operating capital during the last banker induced economic collapses, 1970's and 2008 ). A meat heavy prepper food stock is sold as the ideal, but few can afford that today. And, newsflash there hotshot, the freeze dried companies mostly failed a year ago. After a long period of stagnating sales, a lot went out of business.
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And a lot of that is natural, mirroring Y2K when every huckster entered the business after a fast buck, then disappeared. $140 oil and the real estate bubble popping doubled or tripled the companies selling the food, Johnny Come Lately's. Just as the number of companies selling AR's crop up after gun ban scares, then fail as customer discretionary income decreases with the economy, so did the storage food folks. But every year wages stagnates, medical insurance and rent increases, customer bases shrink. Freeze dried foods are high profit, but also high cost.
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The average food of this type is overly salty, has almost no fat, doesn't always reconstitute properly and is both over priced and light on delivered expectations. They are insanely expensive for what they deliver, convenience food without expiration ( the packaging can fail before the food, if not climate controlled ). It take a HUGE amount of advertising and marketing to sell this slop. You must trick people into believing substandard food is a status symbol ( I don't dispute the fact there are few alternatives. I merely point out the sad realities ). Then, if you don't invest in expensive machinery, you must buy from another manufacturer and eat that cost.
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So, despite a $10 a pound selling price of .99cent turkey, you can easily lose money on the venture. This is what happened far along into the economic decline ( Trump can claim “da bestest economy ever, duh”, but he is an idiot or a liar. Given his business record of bankruptcies and corruption, throw in a third choice of charlatan. The economy never recovered from 2008, but inflation pumped up the stock market. Which may just be imploding as you read this for the first time on the blog-as well as the closing down the ever unprofitable fracking industry. Suck it, fracking fanboys ).
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After years of customers being priced out of the freeze dried market by falling income, the newer or worst managed companies went out of business. The few that remained had to can on demand and not carry inventory to excess. Then, Beer Bat Bug came along. And Oopsie! All the stock sold out very quickly. Ain't this just a kick in the ass? You might not even have a choice any longer about stockpiling peasant food. Continued tomorrow.
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note: I don't know if I agree or not, but the idea is interesting.  The first widespread vaccine campaign started the Spanish Flu.  From "Sons Of Liberty Academy" HERE 
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15 comments:

  1. So, a lifetime supply of tofu, pink tutu’s, every musical ever produced, a copy of the road warrior, and sweating to the oldies? Never mind. I inadvertently referenced the homosexuals guide to surviving the apocalypse :D Looks like someone is all geared up, and ready to go though. A more originalist interpretation the term gear queer, if you will :D

    https://cdn.sheknows.com/articles/2014/11/richard-simmons-orange-tutu.jpg

    I think that freeze dried was originally meant to be used as the ultralight backpackers main fare. I’ve priced it before (I think it was that Mountain House stuff) and it was outrageous years ago. I’ve decided that if I ever do get around to backpacking, I’ll substitute the commercial stuff (I.e Cream of wheat, Au Gratin potatoes, box mashed potatoes, and perhaps Molly McButter as a flavor substitute for that dairy product).

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    1. Looking at that picture, I can almost hear Richard yelling "sky is falling!" Hilarious. I think freeze dried might have originally Astronaut Food, but don't quote me. For what they cost for camping, you can do great food like beef jerky.

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  2. "...fancy foo-foo with healthy fish ( a substandard protein ).
    What da fuq?
    Substandard protein?

    Just fyi, Lord Bison not to be "grammar Nazi" but...'healthy' vs 'healthful'.

    The fish was 'healthy' while happily swimming along. But as soon as he ended up on your plate he became 'healthful' to you (& tasty).

    'Healthful'... The quality of bestowing or passing along health.

    'Healthy'...the status of current well-being.

    Waiter, I'll have the previously frozen wild caught sockeye salmon for lunch... Yes, pan seared.
    Skip the butter, use the same stuff Lord Bison massages into his scalp to keep his hair glistening.

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    1. There might not be any more hair butter, as I hoarded the supply early. Beware a lot of fish is sent over to China for processing. Might be a supply glitch on that also. I view fish as substandard, as I do beans or chicken. That might just be me, but it doesn't stick to my ribs or satisfy my cravings.

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    2. Remember that you're always complaining about being in poor health too ? Ya think perhaps it may have something to do with diet ? Lots of very healthy fishing just up the road towards Duck Valley. Gotta admit tho , that the fishing in general really sucks around Hello ha ha, lots of suckers live there tho...
      Fish is very much more betta for you than any red meat. Once in awhile tho a good juicy steak is nice. Emphasis on the once in awhile !

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    3. Health issues are all traced back to work. I'm constantly tweaking diet to compensate. One by one all the good food groups like donuts are purged. I can't eat almost all processed foods now. Believe me, my body lets me know immediately when I do something wrong. Tried to eat fish and I hated it ( before, it was a meh, whatever ). My body had no wish for it. And once I stop a food, I no longer crave it, just in fear of the physical reaction ( trying to eliminate pain-that's how I stopped smoking. One day I just couldn't breath well enough afterwards, and quite the next day without a craving since ). I am either an evolutionary dead end, or everyone's body is different for dietary needs. I do better with high whole carbs than high meat content. Yes, you can "train" your body. Why, now? Apocalypse eating is just around the corner with mini-pandemic, economic collapse, spicy times and then die-off as the centralized ag breaks down

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    4. I guess that I've got an advantage on eating habits. I pretty much don't like anything lol ! So only eat to live, taste just doesnt factor as much. Pretty much I eat the recommended three food groups heavier on the vegi end, then carbs then a small amount of meat. Mostly split even between fish, chicken and pork twice each per week with one day red meat.
      Mostly no refined sugar either for the past thirty years. Boring diet eh ?
      Devour lots of books tho and exercise to the limits that my trashed body can handle...

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    5. I ate like you do, when I was a kid. Hated it so much I ran away 180. Some bad habits but nothing too damaging. Getting back by necessity, but I've just never been a big veggie eater after age 18.

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  3. I swear I saw 'Afro sheen' at a CVS or Walgreens while scoping out Mr. Patel's cousin's rice inventory.
    Be sure and wear a plastic shower cap. I hear it stains pillows.

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    1. There's a blast from the distant past. LOL

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    2. In the army back in the 70's the negro's would plaster that AS all over their skall at night and pull real tight womens panty hose down over it. In the morning they would pull the hose off before formation and it looked like they were wearing a helmet. This allowed them to grow real long hair yet still maintain compliance with army code. On the weekends they'd wash all that nastiness out then use an industrial grade heat gun and a pick and get that 12" 'fro' thang goin' on. If you haven't smelled 400 degree afro sheen plastered negro hair you don't know what you're missin'.

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  4. Never tried any of the dried "meals" as the price is far beyond insane - I have my limits ya know. But I have tried maybe 5 different dried components, vegetables and meats, never fruits, and without exception the preparation process is different than say, frozen. My method is to get a pot of water to a rolling boil then dump the dried veg's in and keep boiling for 5 mins. Waych out! That stuff will boil over quick - skew the lid and don't take your eyes off it. Then, after 5 mins turn the heat off and cap the lid tight and let it sit for 30 mins.

    If you cook the dried veg's like you would frozen they will be hard and possibly cause digestion issues. Use my method and they go down like greased gravy and the next morn you'll shat like a whale. lol

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    1. Whale shatting is good-clean out the system.

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  5. Just now finished the Jack Hunt novel "Class of 1989"
    Not bad , kind of dull to start with but got on a roll after awhile.
    Appropriate in today's current events tho. Especially where it comes to experimentation and lies coming from government...
    I haven't looked yet , is there a sequel ?

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    1. I had the opposite reaction. I thought it started out great and then bogged down at the end ( I give books almost no chance. Be interesting to start or, you are the weakest link ). I believe this book is one of his few stand alone novels. He has a TON more in series, all in our genre.

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