(TruthJusticeHonor) The establishment of 'control' - years ahead of time...

Submitted by Editor on Sat, 25/02/2006 - 01:34

Some little known facts about how 'things work' (specifically, in Australia)

Some years ago, Australia came up with the clever idea of 'taxing' water held in dams - some of them a hundred years old. This was enforced by fly overs to 'check'. As usual, the cockies bitched, the city folks ignored them and, the Government got its tax on the old ones and of course - the new ones.

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Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 7:57 PM

This evening I sat spellbound by the sheer bare arsed cheek of this establishment - and the idiocy that is the viewing public, generally speaking... the city folks can be talked into anything at all, given enough time and hints...

What 'offended me' so much? The System has produced a multilanguage 'advertisement' showing many nationalities of Australian Farmers stating 'Water is Life...' and topped off by the most ludicrous missive to all Farmers - Not To Waste Water On Their Farms.

How stupid do city people truly think the rural sector is?

How stupid are the 'hayseeds' - please?

Unlike the ignorant, 'production' illiterate city and corporate folks - the cockies are the ones that have for generations been increasingly improving their pasture and production methods to conserve a highly precious commodity - while you guys installed private swimming pools, fountains, 'water parks' and - running water in every 'wet area'... while you ripped out those 'not pretty rain water tanks' to make your environments look prettier... while you just 'wasted' million of gallons a day growing grass that nothing eats - and you'd have the bare arsed cheek to think for one moment that the cockies need 'overseeing' to conserve water?

If they 'conserve water' then - the cows go thirsty and your weeties dry on the stalk in the fields... if it doesn't rain - they don't GET WATER... you do - you city folks, you get water or so help me, you'll finally get off your arses and into the streets to DEMAND YOUR RIGHTS TO WATER!

Who is the true idiot sector of society in this instance, please?

When it becomes imperative to usurp the ground water, underground water and then - rain water catchments (such as river systems are - learn the way things 'really work', folks - rivers are natures 'catchment zones, the current is the 'filtration system'... that's why it takes mankind to really screw it all over by interfering) - so that those ignorant City Worker Elves do not get all funny about the fact that when they turn on the tap only this contaminated dirty stuff comes out - then, the farmers will 'go broke' because they simply can't afford to produce the crops or give the dairy cows a drink (think about that, city people - human women can't breast feed unless they have sufficient fluid intake - same goes for ALL mammals!) - THEN you get the GM animals and crops that 'do more with less water' - on Corporate owned and run farms and then - you learn what 'true cost of production' is all about...

However - you get to pay increasingly high prices for consistently more deadly and toxic mutated foods sources that are 'owned under patent genetically' by the Corporations... you get sick because increasingly your food is not 'real' and your body is rejecting this 'foreign manufactured rubbish'... you take medications and often get sicker... and take more...

But then - in our complete ignorance, we will allow ourselves to be led - one 30 second advertisement at a time to believe that FARMERS are the cause of our WATER ISSUES...

Cities could do away with water issues by legitimately removing 'green areas' that aren't successfully watered by grey water...India has massive water ponds that trap the cities waste water and using eco friendly measures, it recleans the water well enough to produce high grade 'water foods' including plant and fish... THAT is the progressive Governing... THAT is responsible, eco friendly advancements...

Cities could significantly reduce the 'water costs' by returning to 'community values and spirit' and digging the backyard swimming pools that are (really, be honest) barely used compared to the 'cost'... all the while 'public pools' are left idle and more so by the year, costing the 'tax payer' funds for the 'social niceties' of having a 'public pool'...

Cities could significantly reduce the 'water costs' by learning how to 'like' living in eco systems that aren't show book pretty but are 'naturally beautiful' and 'native tough'... The farming community do not generally try to force crops out of their lands that are absolutely impractical for climate and have no proper benefit but subjective beauty... to those who actually 'understand nature' - a false but 'terribly pretty' garden is not 'pretty and decorative'.... it is a 'water guzzling ego trip' for a person that obviously cares nothing for 'society' beyond their own 'pleasures' because thinking people do not install gardens that require equal water provision as a family of four in a home does... only people who then justify the reduction of a farmers rights to use the waters that land on his property by the installation of 'taxes' against him trapping it to produce the very foods and produce for the city folks who can't produce it for themselves...

Cities could significantly reduce the 'water costs' by opening their minds to the concept of 'warehouse hydroponics' and employ the 'unemployable youth' to renovate the 'unwanted buildings' to produce high quality, high 'volume' fresh produce, learning science, computer skills and also the real life 'thrill' of literally seeing your efforts and sweat take root and 'grow before your eyes'... the 'reduction' of costs starts with the 'reduction of transporting' into the cities of produce that can now, using very simple modern technology produce huge, viable, organic quantities of food within just miles - not 100's of miles - of the consumer... in fact, the consumer could nearly 'pick their own' on a rotational basis and increase the public awareness of 'how their food grows...' if that food were within reach, not concealed and seemingly magically appearing on overpriced supermarket shelves - sometimes week after harvest, kept alive by quite false, chemical laden processes...

Cities could significantly reduce the 'water costs' by introducing new 'Building Codes' that break the incredibly naive notions of the city folks that toilets must have 'water' or 'germs will get you...' - do some research... the water can 'help them get you!'... modern technology, using biological agents can produce a sewage system that does not require water and is more sanitary than the 'water flush' version. The introduction of this 'Building Code' will not be popular - but 'reality' and 'truth' dictates that it is not about whether you 'think' it is 'right' - 120 years ago, you thought it was 'right' to go outside into the 'dunny' - in one generation, your children will think 'flushing toilets' are 'antique and curious'.

The rural sector all but 'rain dances' for its water... it pumps it straight from underground, above ground and the river systems... they are intimately connected to 'water as life' - they know how that works, they're the ones that shoot their stock when they don't have anymore to feed when with - because there 'is no water'... they don't 'blame the city folks'... they don't run around demanding that the city folks become more 'water wise', thus sucking less out of the natural water ways to put on grass that they don't feed anything with... they dig in and they wait out nature, they adapt, they adopt new methods, technology and ways...

No cockies kid would risk the old man finding out they left the pump running and - cost not only the fuel for the pump but wasted water that can't be 'bought at the pump'... that can't be 'magically on tap'... that can't be produced at will ... the cockies kid is riding the quad around the pumps, making sure that his old man knows that one of them has a ring blown and is pouring that precious commodity out - using a handheld UHF - and by the time he's 14, he'll just get off, take out his tool box and fix it - on his own... That's how it works on the land... and the city folks are bombarded with these propaganda messages that 'farmers have to conserve water'...

Who's the really stupid sector of society?

The farmers who laugh cynically and wait for the next 'price hike' that you city folks will blame on them, the greedy farmer?

The city folks who think this is TRUE - farmers WASTE WATER and, thus they 'should pay for water that rains on their 'land'...?

Or the system that thinks all other sectors are that stupid as to completely buy into its propaganda and 'mind conditioning' ploys?

The farmers - they'll wear the blame because the city people remain entirely ignorant to the rural sectors problems....

The city folks never want to hear about how they might have to 'stop doing what they are doing' and will blame anyone else possible...

the System believes if they keep everyone 'ignorant' - no one will catch on at all to what they are doing.

As more and more farmers go to the wall and the Corporate entities purchase up the 'family farms' - the city becomes more vulnerable and liable to be significantly harmed... once those 'family farms' run by 'individual thinkers' are in the control of Corporations, then GM cropping and animal production will be successfully 'unstoppable' unless you wish to stop eating...

If you do not believe me - that's fine, city person... next time you go to your supermarket, and you stand before the many many varieties of 'chicken eggs' and ask yourself how the chicken got 'fish oil' (Omega) into their eggs when they are still allegedly 'chickens'... the outcome of that thought might actually make you seek a search engine and the truth...

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Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/05/2006 - 10:09.

we should have cloned Sir Joh while we had the chance!

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