An object for our Two Minutes: High Food Prices
Posted on: 2012-10-07 23:22:44
Today as I was meditating on the destruction of our enemies, I thought what single thing would serve our purposes best, and the answer came to me:
High Food Prices.
High Food Prices would save our young people from junk food and from (a large part) of television and video games at the same time, because they would have to spend their time farming/gardening.
Just spending time outside, working and talking to other people, would be invaluable for young White people. And spending time in the kitchen, doing canning/dehydrating/pickling would also be very valuable. These sort of things are the basis of scientific thinking — what did you do, what results did you get, how do you get a better result next time? For example, I spent years unable to grow carrots, and even a commercial farmer I knew grew carrots by, in his words, throwing so much seed down that some of it had to sprout. Eventually someone told me that they get carrots to sprout by putting boards over them — they fail to sprout for lack of moisture. I tried that and it worked, but now I’m doing wooden grow boxes with windows over them during the sprouting period to hold in the moisture.
Someone in the Mens Rights Movement made the observation that neither men or women are saints; that we are all pretty messed up, on average, thanks to liberalism and feminism. I happen to agree with this idea.
And I believe that high food prices would force many, if not most of us to do farmwork and make us better people.
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