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@Orchid "yeah i personally beliefe in the notion that hardship breeds strength and weeds out the undesirables"
Hard times create hard men.
I've participated in or followed more of these sorts of endeavors through /pol/ and the other boards than I can count. I'm interested in seeing if something like this can really be pulled together with the support and effort of a group of determined individuals. I grew up in the country and served in the military so I have a varied skill set. I've grown my own food, cut and split my own firewood, hunted, and learned to live in the woods from a young age. In 5 years I see myself living on a farm near like minded friends and working on accomplishing self sustainability.
The rustic feel is quite nice. Calls back to our ancestor's days in Europe.
Not much, I knew some folks that had a milk cow. They also had a couple goats and said that the goats ended up producing more milk for their size than the cow.
@K_Wagner "Question, are you allowed to build housing for multiple families on a single piece of land like that?"
Late reply, but it all depends on zoning. Most farms are zoned as agriculture/residential and will state if they have a limitation on what housing can be built. Like "No more than 2 residential family buildings"
Yeah, there are other options I would imagine.
I watched a guy drunkenly fall into a fire before, the only reason he didn't go the ER is because he had a wool jacket on it and it saved his skin. Literally.
I shouldn't say "Doesn't burn" as pretty much anything will burn, but wool is a protein fiber according to google, which makes it burn very slowly.
And like Nix said, wool doesn't absorb water like cotton or other materials.
There's a reason almost every army in the world at one time issued Wool jackets to their soldiers.
@MKUltra agreed, it's still better used for clothing than insulation
Straw would make a better insulator, though you need to change it from time to time to avoid mildew.
Well, the house itself acts as a barrier from the ice and snow. Thick walls make it harder for the outside cold to get in. Insulation helps actually keep the heat in, better insulation, less wood or propane you have to burn to heat the house.
@dmac100 agreed, and you can raise many more sheep and goats per acre than cows.
For starters, animals smaller than bovine would be a good idea.
There are flame resistant chemicals that can be sprayed or painted on.
@Vaghar. I would be a little cautious about college campuses.
American Vanguard did posters on campus and it got a lot if negative news publicity cause "muh white identity is bad"
@Orchid agreed. If you build it they will come.
One thing I was just going to touch on for the voice chat, be subtle. Don't go to protests or public events. A couple guys on /k/ did that
Humans are inherently followers. They'd rather follow a poor leader than become one.
"We should be following the footsteps of Anarchists and such."
The Boers lost South Africa when Mandela became president.
A public desire for White Supremacy is for those with a hardon for being on watch lists.
@Merk506 if you use violence against them, you are giving them a target. THe media will paint the picture as they were defending themselves, despite starting the violence. Don't fall for it.
Still you might like the video I linked you.
Remember the riot during the election in Chicago? People were blocking ambulances.
I've heard. Interesting to see what will happen.
Don't walk around alone either. Stick with a group. They're like jackals and seek out individuals and attack them from behind.
@ram3n I wouldn't recommend going with a gun. In some local ordinances it's illegal to open carry at public events, Chicago is VERY restrictive too.
@ram3n careful now, that's the kind of juicy comment an infiltrator would love to screenshot and put up on a Buzzefeed article.
I'm only saying, Discord the company has a habit of deleting discord servers that get too "right wing"
Vice killed the Namibia movement by doing an article about it after screen shotting some particularly damning comments on the 8chan board.
Ironically even communists don't like "primmies" people that would prefer to live a primitive lifestyle.
Goats are a great replacement for cows. They produce a lot of milk and it tastes just like cow milk.
@!papa you're right, goat milk tastes better than cow milk
@_CREWMAN the issue with cows is that each cow needs 1 acre of land for grazing. You can produce more milk by having multiple goats on 1 acre.
Goats produce more milk per acre of land required per animal.
@dmac100 exactly, they need 1 acre for eating and you need a second acre to regrow.
Self sufficiency should be a long term goal, but thinking that we'd be using Amish level technology starting out is silly.
I think it's completely reasonble to have non-powered tools to use in a SHTF long term scenario but also make use of modern technology while we have it.
IRCC biodiesel corn farmers only get a profit through government subsidies. IF they didn't get govn't funding for "Green energy" they wouldn't break even.
Like how Wind turbines cost more in maintenance than they provide in power.
Solar does seem to be the best source of "off the grid power"
Corn is still a staple for feeding farm animals and farmers.
@Mercer nearly every homsteader I've met that lives away from power has solar and can most modern comforts with it
Corn has been a part of the American diet since the time of the Native Americans.
It is literally one of the most American foods out there.
I don't think American Indians made many tamales...
The Native Americans used fish as fertilizer and it worked for them for thousands of years.
Long before we had artificial nitrates and fertilizers.
So you're pointing out the benefit of corn now?
You can also make corn bread and corn tortillas.
I love southern Corn bread. especially with butter.
I'm just debating for the sake of debating. Corn is not the hinge point of my interest here.
Diversity (ironically) is good when it comes to crops.
If you only have one type of grain, or fruit, or vegetable you're asking for a famine when a pest or disease comes and kills off that particular crop.
Hell, the Mormons damn near died out when they settled Utah when snails began to overwhelm their fields and entire their entire harvest.
They were saved by a passing flock of birds than came and ate all the snails.
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