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    Citizens' News Network: Interviewing Americans doing "jobs Americans won't do"
    Video; Posted on: 2007-08-27 07:35:52 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Food, not lawns

    Illegal immigration is a sympton of a bigger problem. America is a changing country. Both white collar and blue collar jobs are being outsourced and taken by illegals. You're on a treadmill at work. Your wages are dropping. You're dependent on an economic system that's hostile towards you.

    You have a choice.

    You can be a serf on the global corporate plantation of cultureless, raceless, Godless consumers- or you can excuse yourself from that mess, and rediscover the spirit of freedom and independence that we brought here from Europe, when we built this country.

    This film shows how it's possible to regain your independence on a very basic and fundamental level by growing your own food.

    Local farmers and New England Council of Conservative Citizens member Kevin O'Neil are on working America's frontlines, interviewing local farmers about the effects of illegal immigration and the benefits of of being agriculturally independant.

    Watch Video
    News Source: cofccne.com

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