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#1 Post by JollyRats » Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:13 pm

It has and can happen. Ref: “Blockade” (Diary of a middle class woman in Vienna 1918-1924). The new, socialist government goes door to door in Vienna and confiscates for redistribution all food stuffs above a set amount per person per household. Yes, can happen here. History is the key to the future. Bury some food. I kid you not...
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Re: Food confiscation

#2 Post by JollyRats » Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:18 pm

During this same time people were murdered during broad daylight in the streets for their coats in the winter. Desperation changes people. We return to being the animals we have always been.

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#3 Post by Andy F » Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:30 pm

Nice to have you here, another one who gets it. :D
I can get that PDF for you! As I keep telling people to learn about Russian Revolution, Anna was a victim. I'll post it over in the right thread.
Learn the past, to know the future. Most people who know about the RR have a deeper understanding that it was a key point in history. It was a real turning point, and not in a good way.
History repeats. All your pictures of your works showing brilliant gardening efforts. Thank you for being here.

Blockade - The Diary of an Austrian Middle-Class Woman 1914-1924.
by Anna Eisenmenger

https://archive.org/details/Blockade-Th ... n1914-1924
Blockade - The Diary of an Austrian Middle-Class Woman 1914-1924. Anna Eisenmenger, the middle-class wife of a Viennese physician, suffered the deprivations and losses of war. In 1914, the Eisenmenger family consisted of Anna and her husband; three sons, Otto, Karl, and Erni; a daughter, Liesbeth; Liesbeth's husband, Rudi; and Liesbeth's newborn son, Wolfi. By 1918, Eisenmenger's husband had died from over¬work and poor nutrition, Otto had been missing for several years on the Russian front, and Karl and Rudi both had been wounded. Eisenmenger kept a diary during the war which described the deprivations and hardships of life as well as the mental toll ward had taken on her sons. She witnessed the devaluation of the currency and the government controls on food, fuel, and travel. Her sons were wounded in the war and one turned to extremist ideals in the wake of the war. Interesting personal view of a sometimes overlooked historical period.

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#4 Post by JollyRats » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:20 am

Hello and thanks Andy.
Years ago I stopped listening to armchair quarterbacks and youtube know-it-alls. I like to do my own research. History contains everything that will happen in the future.
I read FernFal’s first hand account on the financial collapse in Argentina.
I read Blockade (I have it in hardback) ;) Thank you for the offer, it is generous of you. I hope everyone here will read it.
I read a lot about the Russian revolution. I went to Russia several times in the early nineties and heard many stories. We have no clue about how good we have it.
I read about the British (Churchill’s Policies) starving the Bengalese in WWII.
I read about the twenty mile wide path of destruction the Germans fleeing the Russians left along the autobahn towards the end of WWII.
I read about the Holodomar in Ukraine and how the government had to post signs reminding the people that it was illegal to eat their children.
I read about the Communist Chinese believing their own lies about how much excess grain they had while the people starved.
I read everything Selco from shtfschool.com puts out. I keep this one nugget from him in my notes on my phone as a reminder: “Just after S. Hit fan here, a man went out to seek help. He saw a police officer, he ran towards the officer and cried for help (his wife was wounded at home) and the police officer just shot him in the head and robbed him.”

There is only one person on Earth that knows what the future holds, his name is “History.”

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#5 Post by Andy F » Mon Dec 02, 2019 12:00 pm

JollyRats wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:20 am

I read everything Selco from shtfschool.com puts out. I keep this one nugget from him in my notes on my phone as a reminder: “Just after S. Hit fan here, a man went out to seek help. He saw a police officer, he ran towards the officer and cried for help (his wife was wounded at home) and the police officer just shot him in the head and robbed him.”

There is only one person on Earth that knows what the future holds, his name is “History.”
Excellent list of your studies. Over in the documentary thread I posted a hour long recently made documentary made by a descendant of the Kulaks who were killed during the Holodomor. It is shocking for many people, some have said it's too scary to watch.

Have you done any reading on France and their tens of thousands African soldiers they set loose in the German towns in the early 1900s?
E.D. Morel wrote quite a bit on that debacle up until his death around 1924. It's very ugly. My opinion on that is, governments know about the use of mass numbers of well known to be violent African men as tools to destabilize a country by wrecking a stable social and productive society.

Morel was supposedly debunked on the violence of Africans. Albert Schweitzer would have disagreed with the debunkers. Schweitzer wrote a lot about Africans.

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Re: Food confiscation

#6 Post by Andy F » Fri Dec 06, 2019 7:09 pm

Another method of taking food from homes by force, is the modern day confiscation of benefits. I think at this point it's not a question of if they deserve it or not, more a question of the coming Winters & GSM, more job layoffs and more company closures. We've seen the canning corporations sell out to people who may not be aware of GSM and the real farming history.

Nearly 700,000 will lose food stamps with USDA work requirement change
The Trump administration’s rule change would limit states’ abilities to provide residents access to food stamps.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/ne ... d_nn_tw_ma
“We’re taking action to reform our SNAP program in order to restore the dignity of work to a sizable segment of our population and be respectful of the taxpayers who fund the program,” Perdue said. “Americans are generous people who believe it is their responsibility to help their fellow citizens when they encounter a difficult stretch.

That’s the commitment behind SNAP, but, like other welfare programs, it was never intended to be a way of life.”

The USDA rule change affects people between the ages of 18 and 49 who are childless and not disabled. Under current rules, this group is required to work at least 20 hours a week for more than three months over a 36-month period to qualify for food stamps, but states have been able to create waivers for areas that face high unemployment.
The agency said that it found 2.9 million adults on the SNAP rolls were able-bodied and did not have dependents, and it said 2.1 million were not working.

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#7 Post by JollyRats » Sat Dec 07, 2019 2:38 am

Welfare does not go quietly into the night....

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#8 Post by JollyRats » Sat Dec 07, 2019 2:43 am

I recently heard an argument the the recent migration of military aged single men from North Africa into Europe was planned to drain North Africa of resistance to a take-over by Europe during the GSM.

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#9 Post by Andy F » Sat Dec 07, 2019 9:33 pm

JollyRats wrote:
Sat Dec 07, 2019 2:43 am
I recently heard an argument the the recent migration of military aged single men from North Africa into Europe was planned to drain North Africa of resistance to a take-over by Europe during the GSM.
Why not? That's a military take over plan for conquest that's Aeons old. The first part of plan, reduce the birth rate, done by sending their men off to war somewhere, then flood the country with migrants - the darker skinned and more warlike they are, the better.
It's a repeat of WW1 France into German Rhineland and pre WW2 Berlin.
The religious rabbis and others in their ilk HATE the white Anglo civilization. They always have.
We're at a point in civilization and advanced technology that mostly white's invented is all they think they need.
They don't invent, they steal; they don't create, they borrow then call it their own, and their ART is total garbage.
Another thing about ART, by flooding the markets with garbage art selling at high dollar devalues the real art so they can buy it up.

One who's in their grifter class can duct tape a banana onto a wall and call it art. Berlin 2.0

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