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No HVAC here?
you can post about that here
if it blows up into a huge topic i can make separate channel
Ah, an important thing for any up and coming settlement to have, for sure. I'm assuming you have experience in the field?
Interesting! What do you hope to get out of it?
that field pays well
I'll go to university soon and dont know what to major in. I'm more intrested in intellectual jobs, that get fairly well paid. Any suggestions?
@P14 Not sure what your skills are, but I am currently looking at cryptography for grad school. Lots of pure maths
I would look into it if you dont mind learning a little computer science and a lot of math
Hmm, it doesn't sound like the right thing, but I'll look at it, maybe it's different from what I imagine it to be. Thanks
Its basically writing security code using mathematical functions.
What subjects are you looking at? Philosophy, maths, something in science?
Something like philosophy, history or politics, but not the subjects themselves
You're probably going to have a hard time making a living in those fields, have you considered something more practical like medicine or engineering?
oh well, keep us updated then
@P14 I hope not being good at something doesn't stop you from eventually learning to be good at it.
Yes, but it's not very easy to study medicine, if you dont even take biology in high school
At least your on the right path here, I imagine you'll get there when you do.
I used to think I couldn't learn art skills anymore since middle school, and I hadn't practiced or created anything visual until last year.
The revelation that a man should always be improving or believing himself capable renewed my interest,among other things.
I'm not going into medicine, I dont even think my grades are good enough.
Definitely focus on what you do excel at first.
excel? the software?
Sorry haha 😄
excel in like, do well at something right?
I'm sure it's been said before, but allowing your strongest skills to propel you in life and hopefully provide you resources will lead to bettering weaker skills.
and really I just meant that you should learn medicine for yourself when you can, if one day doctors aren't available to you for whatever reason.
like a war😁
yeah, I know what you mean, I'll just focus on other stuff first
>Groups no larger than 150 people
I am in physical pain.
if the population of an ethnic town every exceeded 150 that be great though lol
I guess cooking is a good skill hah
I would like to work as a butcherer, seems like a neat profession
+you trigger all vegans
being a butcher is a good job
fuck the vegans
all that tasty animal flesh though. I remember walking into Italian delis with all the fresh meat and you just feel like a kid in a candy shop
yeah ill be going to uni soon like @P14 and i don't really know what im going to be going for in terms of degree
what would you guys recommend
something that will give you stable employment
i'd probably get sucked into liberal arts and i don't think that's very good in the job market
I‘m tending towards architecture right now, maybe something to consider. It has an artistic element to it while at the same time being actually productive.
find something you like, then make sure there are jobs for it
if it ticks the first box and not the second, thats a hobby not a career
if nothing ticks either box, dont go to uni because you feel you have to, take a year off, find a job
this is sound advice ^
Should I bother goign to uni and getting in debt or should I join the RAF for a few years
Try to get in as an officer
there is some merit to going
you can study some pretty useful things that'll get you your pay
I would just go to a community college or whatever, they're cheap but they offer courses that can land you six figures given the right circumstance
Issue is all I've ever done is academic work
I do philosophy economics and politics a level
Never really been practical but I'm seeing the merit now
Deffo not going to uni to do any of them anyway
Just hope it's not too late to pick up a trade
well since you mention the RAF, i know you're in the UK.
i'd say, study abroad
abroad as in, somehwere in central europe
poland/hungary/chechia/or even lavia and estonia.
where education hasnt been turned into indoctrination centres
wouldn't join the any armed forces at this point, only join armed forces if you'd be willing to die for what they fight for
and in the RAF you'd be piled in with diversity hires and defending multiculturalism and acid attacks
I'M from Hungary, study comp.sci in the university there. There is a very strong feminist push to get ore women in tech
Luckily, most women are not interested.
yeh i'm in poland, lots of women in universities etc here
the Biology department is gone however. It's ruled by feminists and homosexuals
but most of them are true to the meme of 'eastern european women'
we have lots of blacks and arabs because they all come to study here
Well I'd join a none combat role
Can't speak anything but english either
Got a c in french
Literally nobody can speak anything but english, learning languages isn't my strong point
Debt too from uni
If I keep my politics to myself or tone it down I should be alright
Long term goal is to become autonomous or move to join this community
Wouldnt spend ages there just enough to get some good skills
if you're good at something
see about being able to do that shit freelance
i'm an artist myself, i hold a steady job in my art, and freelance and consult on the side
i spent exactly ZERO years in higher education
becuase now i'm many years ahead of anyone else ay my age in my industry
not having any higher degrees is considered a BONUS in many indusrties
could you maybe consult my lil brother?
do what you love, and be great at it, if you're good enough at it, people will pay you shitloads of money for it
regardless of what it is
whats' your brother do?
well... my brother had a 3 year period of intensively training as an artist.
He made very nice pictures with coal and graphit
then from one day to the next he just stopped
and he went into psychology
he had a real talent for art
he has no talent at all whatsoever for psychology
he probably had a reason for it
it's a common thing where people who're good at it get discouraged by people telling them that art doesnt make money
my dad did the same, and he's an artist himself and was like 'dont make the mistake i made' lmao
and now i make waaay more money than he does
good for you!
is it too late to start doing art at 25?
I wouldn't want to make money with it, just for my own entertainment
most 'famous' people never started doing their thing until they were like 30 or 40 or something
and how fast you improve is 100% in your own hands
there's infinite resources online
just need the discipline for it
if you have no discinpline, don't do art
you should be working on crafting discipline first lol
I actually am inbterested in wood-carving
drawing and painting? I'M not good there
and I have no singing voice 😃
doesnt matter what you're good at
you can GET good at anything
I love the attitude :))
I was thinking of doing a course in Beekeeping
Imagine how much honey you can produce with a few dozen of these. No smoke, no suits, no dead bees, no rotting wood.
Yeh i seen it
Honey is expensive as well
It's a potential income source for the community, and the pollination would assist other crops. Once I get up there I imagine setting up at least a few of these low maintenance little money hives
I bee the Beekeeper of cascade
There are two spiritual dangers of not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.
To avoid the first danger, one should plant a garden, preferably where there is no grocer to confuse the issue.
To avoid the second, he should lay a split of good oak on the andirons, preferably where there is no furnace, and let it warm his shins while a February blizzard tosses the trees outside.
Favorite quote about living off the land
What job should I go into after A levels? Fuck going to uni I need to learn a skill
Idk if I should try join the army as an officer and learn mechanics or engineering or somethign through there
has some great benefits but youre tied down to fuck
well i'm certainly joining the military
Not fighting these shill wars anyway
If I do not being in a combat role
Can carry on with the gym and learn how to shoot regardless
those flow hives are proprietary, prone to break, and kinda crappy overall
(i love beekeeping)
if you want a rabbit hole to fall down for a while, look at michael bush's talks on beekeeping
hes a greybeard beekeeper, has a lot of thoughts on the prevelance of varroa in the late 20th century and other stuff
Thanks for the info
i fell down the 'i want to keep bees in general' hole a few years ago
you start reading and watching, then its like 'you must treat for varroa or else' then you are like ok, whats the best way to treat, then you eventually find michael bush and realize you and everyone else might be big dummies
colony collapse disorder, as far as anyone knows, isnt caused by one thing, but by a whole bunch of things, one of which is the varroa mite
How hard is bee keeping?
there's a solid chance that the reason varroa became so prevalent in the 80s-90s and is such an issue today, is that in the 60s-70s, they were fighting other parasites by treating with erythromycin(iirc) pretty heavy, and the varroa being less susceptable outcompeted the other parasites
its not hard at all
the hardest part about beekeeping is not going out every day and fucking with your hives
gotta let them bees be bees
the real question is, how hard is it to make a living beekeeping
its like, how many times can you open the oven door before the souffle falls? well lets find out
We need beekeepers. Those precious little buzzers are slowly going extinct, and we need some guys who help them survive. Also, in some folk traditions bees have sacred significance.
Love the lil buzzers
>Tfw the honeybee is the only industrious bee that labors to produce something that benefits all life.
>Tfw the africanized killer bee does nothing but steal and murder, is hijacking and displacing the honeybees from their native habitats and threatening them with extinction.
>Tfw beehives are getting decimated by a subversive (((parasite))) threatening the continuity of their colonies.
>Mfw we and honeybees are in the same boat..
>We must secure the existence of our honey and a future for bee children
Yeah I was thinking the same things, the problem the bees are facing is like a perfect analogy to us
>mfw literally african bees are the same as black people
Two heads of the same hydra really
Maybe the honeybee has untapped potential as a symbol of white identity
>inb4 people start killing bees because white supremacy
hmm thad be cool
whats the queen
We must secure the existence of our honey and a future for bee children.
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Hmm maybe i should do that, i got a associates in comp sys tec
I'm finishing up my bachelor's in comp sci, plus my military experience will put me at 5 years, I have 3 certs from it for free and got a job lined up for 137k. If you guys can stomach the time commitment, I recommend the military. Learn a trade, get your degree so that you're more marketable, and get out.
Im working in mining rn, only make around 65k/yr, working 14hrs a day so i can buy 150 acres a year from now
wow, what are you going to do with 150 acres?
I got friends that want to try build a NS commune, ive got it planned out
At about 5 acres per family to support a family of 8
If each individual member has a large family it would make spreading over the land easy and less feds from outside recruitment, would be an ideological and racial foothold until buying more land
Sofar me and my girl and 3 other couples are down for it
Nice. Keep it up.
does everyone at least have some form of income?
most people on here are the older crew...dont ahte me
no newbs really
what do you mean
If anyone is considering joining the military, I can answer any questions you have
Dont join zog reeee
the military is a great place to start your career
>not draining the system for societal collapse
Buy land and NEET it up
Military is good, just don't make a career out of it
A lot of benefits if you finish a short contract, you also learn a lot, get reasonably fit, and meet a lot of /ourguys/
It's not for everybody of course
Best thing is to disconnect from the system completely, let it go to shit while your community thrives
Of course, learn a trade, or in my case learn something that'll get you good money outside
Work less to pay less taxes into white genocide, leach off the state to drain their budget and help your own community
You have to make the community first though
That's why we're all here
Im on my way to making my own community, just need more cash for land
Then im no longer paying taxes into white genocide for canada
enter the military
meet some fellow white nationalists
entice them with a new homeland
My buds in military rn, says its only 20% white so easy to recruit but lower #s to do so
Very easy to recruit, I have a group of a few that I "lead" per se. Basically feed them propaganda, show them how the government is killing us whites and help them to embrace the 3rd position.
Honestly I've met more white nationalists serving than in high school, college, and prior working years combined
Lets hope for more isis attacks and blacks killing, each step makes it so easy ti recruit
Honestly most of them are already there, they just haven't connected the dots yet
It's very easy, I think we should keep in mind that recruitment should be a constant and unrelenting objective
Every time each of us around the country redpills another person we double our numbers
Every action and mental thought should be through the lense of a radical NS
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