Friday, May 26, 2023

R-16 Building Alternative Systems

Resistance 16

By Tim Gamble
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"We have to build alternate systems.  I don't think we can stop them, but we can chose not buy their food, take their drugs or mRNA vaccines. We can chose to not use their "health care providers."  We can be our own - independent people outside of their hellscape." -- Dr. Robert W. Malone, MD, in a tweet made on Jan. 11, 2023

In a discussion on Twitter regarding mRNA vaccines in livestock and companion animals (yes, they are real and happening), Dr. Robert Malone made a brilliant suggestion. "We have to build alternative systems" (full quote above). In context of the discussion, Dr. Malone was referring to the need for alternative systems of medicine and agriculture. 

I whole-heartedly agree more with Dr. Malone. I have been saying the same thing for at least the last eight years. In fact, I have gone far beyond Dr. Malone's advice to build alternative agricultural and healthcare systems. I have been saying we need to get out of the worldly system altogether. Not just get out of the world's food and healthcare systems, but out of its education, entertainment, financial, and every other worldly system. This includes the modern worldly Church. 

The Elites have spent the last 100+ years building the current world-system, one that highly favors them at the expense of us ordinary folks. They are using a combination of modern technology, artificial intelligence, mass psychological manipulation (PSYOPs) , and technocracy (basically, a scientific dictatorship controlled by them) to force us even more into their version of utopia (for them - dystopia for the rest of us). The only way to stop them at this point is to build an alternative world system to theirs. 

What would such an alternative world system look like? I have an idea: "A return to the old paths of self-reliance and local economies built around agrarian communities." I call this concept Biblical Agrarianism, but those uncomfortable with talk of God and the Bible, you can just call it Agrarianism. It's much the same thing. 

Agrarianism is philosophy and an economic system which places primary importance on agriculture and related fields, and in rural and small town living, as opposed to industrialized, urban living. 

Agrarianism doesn't  mean everyone must be a farmer or homesteader - after all, there are plenty of support functions and other necessary jobs that must be done - but rather that our lives, culture, economy, and political structure should reflect the primary importance of agriculture and related fields, including other natural resources (energy, timber, mining, etc.). 

It also doesn't mean abandoning modern technology and scientific advances. Instead, we would use those modern tools to our advantage, rather than letting those tools be used to control us. 

Agrarianism is the way forward. It has many advantages:
  • It is a much more sustainable system.
  • It is certainly a much less corrupt system.
  • It is a much healthier lifestyle, both physically and emotionally.
  • We will be much less dependent on China and other foreign powers.
  • Smaller, Less Costly and Less Powerful Government
  • Less Control Over "We The People" By The Elites
Finally, I believe the agrarian lifestyle is much more conducive to living God's way rather than worldly ways. Hence, my use of the term "Biblical Agrarianism," and why I think Christians especially should seek a return to these old paths. 

I've already begun writing about Agrarianism over on my Dystopian Survival website. Check out these articles:

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