Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Transition to Communitarianism: Community Gardening

There are many people who have been getting excited about some of the new ideas being wheeled-out by the government to support a sustainable lifestyle. They feel many of these ideas are past due, and that they will help our planet become a better place to live. Many of these plans make sense, but many of them are just part of a cunning plan that is motivated by a false premise. It's outcome may well be insidious.

Communities across the world are gearing up for transition to live in green cities, which will force everyone to be a part of this new lifestyle. Meetings are being held and preparation are being made. This is a process designed to enable communities to prepare for limited resources in the future. It's primary goal is to make each community aware of its carbon footprint, and develop initiatives to help lessen it.

Agenda 21 is alive and well in communities that are actively promoting healthy communities through sustainable agriculture and community gardens; encouraging a shift away from the current free market driven food system to a new locally-focused, public sustainable food system.[1]

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It is being promoted in subtle ways through the media, churches, cities, businesses, and especially the USDA. More and more people are embracing this new way of thinking about their future. To support this effort, and to be supportive of the Earth Charter, the USDA launched an effort in 2009 called "The People's Garden".[2]

The People's Garden initiative is an effort by USDA which challenges its employees to establish gardens at USDA facilities worldwide and help communities create gardens.

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A People's Garden can vary in size and type, but all have a common purpose - to help the community they are within, so they can help develop a healthy lifestyle, community, and sustainable environment.

To start a People's Gardens in a community, groups are being asked to register their gardens in the new People's Garden database, a tool for USDA partners to showcase their People's Gardens on an interactive map. During 2011, thousands of USDA employees and partners heeded Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's call to give back to their communities by volunteering their time to participate in the department-wide People's Garden initiative.[3] This has been so popular, that there are an estimated 18,000 community gardens have been created throughout the U.S. and Canada. [4]

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

Entering a 'New Age'
In the PBS series titled Growing a Greener World, one episode focused on the resurgence of the "victory garden". The guest on the program stated that "just ten days after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the USDA convened a National War Garden Defense Conference to organize the WWII Victory Garden program, which became one of the most iconic wartime mobilization efforts in either war. This time Americans were encouraged to garden more for unity and service to the nation as a morale booster for troops and those at home."

 Note the French revolutionary cap of the patriotic gardener.

In a Natural News article, the author writes this about the renewed interest in victory gardens:
"A victory garden reflects a new way of thinking, a new vision and an explosion of understanding about how to achieve happiness and security in life...Whoever is able to achieve a victory garden will be a beacon shining a light for others. In a time when famine threatens for so many, the victory garden demonstrates a new way the earth can be made more plentiful. All it takes is a vision. The human race can come to be parasites on the planet, or we can come to a new enlightenment. The choice is ours."
This statement uses mind control techniques by attempting to make the reader believe he will be a hero if he goes along with the victory garden community program, and a human parasite if he doesn't.

In another propaganda piece by Growing a Greener World, they discussed community gardens. They promoted it as a positive move, and mentioning that we can't trust where are food comes from any longer. They present the community garden as being cutting edge, so it will create the interest of young people. 

The Bottom Line
Communitarianism is an ideology that fosters communal bonds. This concept of community is being created because socialism (world democracy), which is the style of government we are transitioning into, embraces collectivism. This social outlook emphasizes the interdependence of every human being. There are Communist governments, which have often use collectivized work activities. If these governments practice agricultural collectivism, they are typically regarded as communist.[6]

At this point in time, it appears that the U.S. will fully return to local community farming. When you consider the hints dropped in this segment of Growing a Greener World, and the prototype of our future at Earth University in Costa Rica, you have to wonder if the U.S. is transitioning to locally grown.

It is my belief, and I have have no proof, that each of the 10 regions of the country will create their own food. Since President Obama created a Council of Governors  for the 10 regions within the U.S., each region will need to grow their own food. If we are restricted to travel within our region, it would be considered a risk to regional security if food delivery trucks were permitted to crossover regional lines.


If this is the plan, as I suspect it is, we should be aware that if regions go through severe droughts, or have problems with disease or destructive insects, they will not have enough food to survive. Perhaps starvation is the way the Elitists plan to take care of that nasty overpopulation problem. The Bible says that in the last days there will be famine, not to mention other terrible events. The enemy of this world will have his way, and it's within view.