WN 2.0 – Conscious Evolution and Mind War

I found the post about Jost Turner very interesting. Namely, that European pre-christian religion has been synthesized with the yogic practices.

I took up yoga in 1996 because of chronic back pain as a result of sitting in a cubicle for 40+ hours a week. Not for any spiritual reasons or any of that. However, I came to understand that the spine and the brain are a single complex; the spine is the brain, and vice versa. Yoga and qigong exercises stimulate the spine/brain. Thus it is possible to use physical exercises to “exercise the brain.”

Yoga practice creates calmness and thus facilitates original ideas and creativity. Original ideas are the desiderata of life itself. The greatest works of mankind have resulted from original ideas.

My fundamental belief of our problems is that it is a result of the majority of Whites “accepting the defaults,” even as the default choices grow progressively more harmful. Of course this acceptance of the defaults, and the creation of the defaults (high fructose corn syrup, mass media entertainment), constitute a systematic and conscious effort to maintain social control.

High fructose corn syrup and partially dehydrogenated corn oil represent the control of the food supply. The current food system is alarmingly bad in terms of energy efficiency, pollution of the oceans, human health, and even the long term sustainability of the soil base! The chemically fertilized soils of the Midwest eventually become “salinized” and thus are no longer able to grow crops. Our fields are being salted, on a far larger scale than anything the Romans could have done to the Carthaginians!

Salting the fields

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Synthetic nitrogen, when it oxidizes in the soil, becomes nitrous oxide, which is a very potent greenhouse gas. Nitrogen fertilizer became so cheap and is used so profligately that it runs down the Mississippi River and into the Gulf of Mexico, where it has created this dead zone. And over time we have found that using too much synthetic nitrogen ruins the structure of the soil; it becomes too salty and basically nothing will grow. And you have the declining yield curve that we’ve seen all through the green revolution countries because of too much nitrogen in the fertilizer.

The only reason for such a perverse and ultimately self-destroying food system, was CONTROL. This was American-style collectivization of the farms. They used banks and “farm policy” instead of NKVD Commissars with Mausers, but the effect was even more insidious. Ukrainian agriculture recovered. American agriculture has not, and won’t for a long time. It was a purposeful destruction.

The masses haven’t noticed yet, because the cornucopia is still in the supermarkets. Anyone who is energy-literate and agronomy-literate understands that it’s not sustainable. It’s not a single resource crisis that threatens the cornucopia; it’s three resources, any one of which will take the whole thing down, like a three legged stool. The three resources are soil, oil and water. Extra water is required for Industrial Agriculture, in order to dissolve the chemicals. The soil is becoming salinated and eroded. And there’s Peak Oil

The consciousness cultivated from yogic practices is not for solipsism or navel-gazing. It is a weapon that is meant to be used NOW. Yoga provides a “basic training” consciousness for Mind War. It calms the mind enough, so that it can accept the frightening reality, so that you don’t freeze in battle. Most people have turned away from harsh reality. The truth is just too awful.

The reason to focus on the food system is that it’s a pressing issue. It doesn’t seem like a pressing issue yet, for those who take the evidence of the supermarket cornucopia. You have to fight the most pressing fight, before you can take on higher level issues.

Another high consciousness idea is that the rulers are engaged in gross mismanagement. The fact that they are salinating the soil should be sufficient evidence, but there’s many many more examples. The Pacific Garbage Patch, the massive obligations of Social Security, Medicare, welfare, and pensions that soon won’t be funded, the hundreds of military bases around the world, the debt to China, the private automobile system, the incredible incompetence and waste of the public school system, the malice aforethought of race-mixing propaganda. These things are all of a piece.

What can we do in the face of gross mismanagement? Grow our own food, educate our own kids, create our own social network/tribe/nation so as to create our own highly competent “system,” that encompasses both government and economy.

An amazing discovery in recent years is that “home-rolled” and “open-source” solutions can actually be far superior to well-funded, “official” solutions created by “certified experts.” It’s the difference between Microsoft and Linux, or the fact that home-schooled kids dominate all spelling bees and math contests. The most stark example of the superiority of the home-grown is of course the farmer. For millenia before the Petroleum Age, farmers grew positive EROEI food, without tax subsidies. Now, with our high tech, tax subsidized, mechanized, chemicalized Agribusiness, they require 10 calories of oil to product 1 calorie of food, and billions a year in tax subsidies to boot! Those subsidies aren’t going to vegetable farmers. 90% of subsidies goes to corn/wheat/soybeans/cotton. If we had horse transportation instead of being forced into the car system, the food I produce would be positive EROEI. I suspect that my use of a truck to haul manure puts me into negative EROEI, but in every other way I produce food sustainably, non-polluting, and a superior product to Agribusiness.

I am pretty optimistic about the prospects for the end of the multicult system. What I am less optimistic about is that we’ll survive the gross mismanagement. The latter is the thing to truly fear, I believe. I know the multicult seems so strong right now; yet it rests atop the shakiest structure ever created. The thing to fear is that we’ll be buried under the shaky structure, like Haitians in their African-engineered structures after the earthquake.

19 Comments on "WN 2.0 – Conscious Evolution and Mind War"

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  2. “Why McDonald’s Fries Taste So ‘Good”

    They don’t anymore, haven’t in a long time, since their shift in the 90s to a healthier one. Their food in general is complete garbage, they’ve cut so many corners and made their food horrible. On top of that you have third worlders preparing it with poor hygiene.

  3. soren renner | February 20, 2010 at 3:55 pm |

    Partially hydrogenated, not partially dehydrogenated. LOL.

  4. A family of four living on a 1/4 acre can’t grow much food. The small percentage of their diet they might grow in a back yard garden will probably be superior to what they could buy at the supermarket but they will still be almost entirely dependent on agribusiness products.

  5. 1/4 of an acre, or 10,000 square feet, is enough for a family of four.

    This guy is the master of organic yields:

    Mini-farming

    When I got his book, it was vanity published through Lulus. Now it appears to have been picked up by a legitimate commercial publisher, “Skyhorse Publishing.”

    Start a mini farm on a quarter acre or less and provide 85 percent of the food for a family of four—and earn an income. Mini Farming describes a holistic approach to small-area farming that will show you how to produce 85 percent of an average family’s food on just a quarter acre—and earn $10,000 in cash annually while spending less than half the time that an ordinary job would require. Even if you have never been a farmer or a gardener, this book covers everything you need to know to get started: buying and saving seeds, starting seedlings, establishing raised beds, soil fertility practices, composting, dealing with pest and disease problems, crop rotation, farm planning, and much more. Because self-suf?ciency is the objective, subjects such as raising backyard chickens and home canning are also covered along with numerous methods for keeping costs down and production high. Materials, tools, and techniques are detailed with photographs, tables, diagrams, and illustrations. 100 color illustrations and photographs.

  6. Kievsky, I like your article a lot and hope it doesn’t go over everyone’s head.

    Those truckloads of manure that you haul -where do they come from? A typical agribusiness, animal-torturing kind of farm or a smaller, more natural, ecologically-appropriate type of farm? I am just asking.

    Personally, I may make a fabulous compost out of vegetable matter, grass clippings, etc. but probably 75% of the original food waste component originally came from – the Supermarket. There’s no ‘clean’ fertilizer unless you live on a property of your own where everything is integrated from top to bottom. If you get my drift.

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  8. Stronza,

    I get horse manure from the many hobby horse farms around Connecticut. You know, the middle aged ladies with the high boots and tight pants and helmets, whose horses get fed expensive vitamin mixes, which probably go right through them and into the manure pile.

    It’s been getting a bit tougher lately though. The horse farms are starting to sell the manure rather than give it away. I still have a couple of free sources, but a 40 horse farm only 2 miles from me just told me I have to pay 15. A fair price would be 5, and I could leave it in an honor box, but there is a culture of petty meanness around here, likely owing to the proximity to NYC.

    The poor hobby horses don’t get much exercise. They should use them to deliver mail and stuff like that. They’d be much happier, and it would save gas. They should use them to pull ground drive hay machines too, like the Amish do.

  9. Kievsky, what do you think about hydroponics? I have a very limited growing season and I’ve never grown anything before. Is this too much for a beginner to get involved with?

  10. Those hobby horse-type horses would not be suited for hard physical labour, I don’t think. You need Percherons or some such for that.

    Well, I don’t blame the manure owners too much for wanting to charge for the manure. As I see it, they have taxes and expenses, too, and maybe they see the handwriting on the wall. But I know what you mean by a culture of petty meanness, for sure. Some of our neighbours are kind & helpful, and I share what I can, also, but others are pigs who just take, take, take & pollute in every way possible.

    By the way, exactly how much of that horse manure do you take? A half-ton truckload or what.

  11. Imperil,

    Hydroponics is good, aquaponics is even better.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/18/garden/18aqua.html

    Stronza,

    I think the quarter horses and paints could pull smaller loads. Just because they aren’t Clydesdales or Percherons doesn’t mean they couldn’t pull a wagon.

  12. I managed to get a truckload of horse manure this morning, and even got it loaded for me. Stopped by and said hello to a commercial organic farmer I’ve known for a few years. He told me to start the broccoli and cabbage now, but don’t bother starting tomato/eggplant/pepper until April 1 to mid April. He said 6 weeks to a month is plenty of a head start for the nightshade crops, as they don’t set fruit until late July anyway. He’s remarried and his new wife is deeply involved in helping him run his business. They were very happy — it was great to see.

    Part of the reason they are so happy is they are entrepreneurs. Sure they work pretty hard, but they go through life traveling around and meeting people and trading in food. It’s a socially rich and independent lifestyle, and yet very productive and useful. At least ten percent of Americans should be living like this. But if America was 10 percent small scale, independent farmers, the politics and culture here would be radically different. Those 30 million farmers would have a very strong effect on the culture and thus the politics.

    The corporate/bankster controllers have automated as much as possible, so that they would have control and not us. That’s what one needs to understand. It is mismanagement in the name of centralized control.

    Homeschoolers are more competent than government schoolers. Home scale farmers produce better quality food at a positive EROEI, as opposed to, energy intensive, pollution intensive Industrial farming. The only “virtue” of Industrial farming is CONTROL.

    The overcentralization and wasteful overmanagement of human civilization is what is going to lead to a hard humpty dumpty type fall.

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  15. thanks for the links, Z!

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  17. Kievsky
    1/4 of an acre, or 10,000 square feet, is enough for a family of four.

    I wasn’t thinking of the person who has 1/4 acre of usable farmland. I’m thinking of someone with a suburban home on a 1/4 acre lot. How much of that land can be farmed depends on how many square feet the house and any outbuildings take up, as well as how much of it is paved over.

    That’s not going to provide 85% of the food for a family of four.

  18. No, but it can still produce a significant amount; hopefully the rest to be supplemented by a local farmer.

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