I think truely some of you have got very very short memories! All of this has happened before. Where were the nations tears when the US government
were doing the same thing to the indiginous indians over a hundred years ago. Control food, control the population. No food, population decreases.
More food, population increases. Think eugenics. There's more than one way to skin a cat.
Centralisation is a trap. It's something they use to gain control; and here it has worked. Americans are going to continue suffering until they
realise that they can't rely on the federal government to act in their best interests. Federalism itself only exists in order to give the people who
control you, more control.
If you want food banks, you have to run them yourselves, and you have to do it locally. Let your churches begin making their own community gardens,
and the parishioners begin growing all of the food for the food banks themselves, and they also need to do it in doors, in order to avoid Monsanto's
GM seeds, chemtrails, and being vulnerable to armed raids by the FDA or USDA.
Each church needs to build itself something like this. This thread was where I first
learned about that video, and it has a lot of other links and information that can help, as well.
While it's true that there's an increased poverty line, and
more people going hungry in
Houston today, it's not that there's any less food, just more people without jobs who are having a harder time feeding their families.
Here in LA a lot of illegal alien families will line up for charity when they don't need it - have you noticed that in Houston?
I've heard stories of women nails done, hair professionally colored, latest cell phones, kids with 200$ shoes and ipods next to them in food lines
meant for the truely poor. I myself have seen similar in the grocery lines paying with food stamps and for the non food stamp items peel bills off a
horse choking roll and drive off in a late model gas guzzler.
Kind of like starter politicians. Take from the taxpayers and keep for themselves.
I can say for a 100% fact that all the people in Houston that we fed were definitely homeless. lol
There were a lot of locations where people would do feedings but downtown Houston near the bus station, I don't think anybody other than homeless
people go down there. That's where they have their community.
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