a reply to: ZeussusZ
I am curious as to which country you are from, for in Australia, it's totally illegal to grow your own tobacco (although not all are compliant
thankfully), which is such an abstract parallel to the restrictions on hemp (systematically controlled distribution). If they can't tax it, we can't
To grow your own tobacco disallows sinister companies from tainting cigarettes with deadly chemicals, in order to make the experience of a drag that
little bit more pleasant (burns faster, burns away even if you don't apply any of your breath to it). I'm well aware that this has been discussed in
many forum posts, and that you all get the general 'carry-on' of that particular issue.
Particular states in the U.S.A. have made the personal collection of rainwater illegal (water-tanks), along with growing fruit and vegetable gardens.
What is worrying is, what's next?
Georgia man fined over growing too many vegetables in his garden.
Growing your own garden will be illegal.
It is now illegal to collect rain water!
Soon family farms, broadly, will be subjected to the same perceptions as meth labs (criminals). All the cows milk, all the chickens eggs, and all the
sheep's wool will be infected with all the government's chemical candy, world-wide. Can't let the average man feed himself, just like he can't
medicate himself, even though nature has provided for both and more.
What will we have left that isn't purely produced by nature?
As per mentioned by 'Klassified', when they come for everything you need, you will be a one man army. It's a countdown to '1', and as the
(economically) less-developed countries (4th,3rd,2nd world countries) destroy themselves in attempts at survival, they have no time for our petty
needs. Flat-tires, and bad hair days, have no comparison to the countries in complete turmoil. They will subvert everybody before they do you, so when
your ticket is drawn, you'll have nobody to revert to.
When they have withered away, it will be our turn to pay. For the clock will strike one, and we the mice of this life, down we'll, churned with
dismay, and a block of the sun. To escape the bucket of butter, we'll have to become rats, and disregard our brother, in order to escape the cats.
Resume their place, in the global rat-race, and their vicious ignorance will continue to consume.
Funny that particular nursery rhyme hails from within the brilliantly orchestrated "Mother Goose' collections. A sickly misconstrued ideal of
surviving the modern world, a dark influence on the youth, who'll one day be running the world as an entire group.
Soon it will just be they, for we are up on time, and in the path of Santa's/Satan's Sleigh/Slay. Under their paws, we are puppets to the great beast.
When he roars, be diligent, and defeat the muppets who let their vices feast. Don't be proud and let it all show, as Rudolph records everything of
your investing, with his shiny red-nose.
Don't get the impression I'm some religious maniac trying to press any belief. I just like trying to let people see how everything is, in some way or
form, manipulated to benefit a greater power. To me, Satan is a delusional concept utilized, and further compromised, by the shadow empires, that doom
humanity, in order to keep us herding like sheep, afraid to stray from the group. Whether or not he is of this physical plain, conscious
manifestation, fallen angel, extra-dimensional entity, extra-terrestrial being, or anti-moral representation, we should not be distracted by
justifying the purpose of being good.
He sees you when you're sleeping
He knows when you're awake
He knows if you've been bad or good
So be good for goodness sake
Satan's claws are coming, to town.
edit on 5-8-2014 by lucanvert because: (no reason given)