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  1. Some things just seem to slip into the woodwork don't they.. RJ
  2. Yea so what do you beleive?????? FEMA to confiscate food from local farms in emergencies? http://www.naturalnews.com/ Since our nation's founding the federal government has, in times of emergency, claimed extra-constitutional powers and authority. Under the guise of acting in the public's best interests, Washington has taken away privacy rights, free speech, and habeas corpus, among others. There's no reason to think it wouldn't happen again. With that in mind, would it surprise you to find out that if disaster strikes in your part of the country, the federal government is prepared to take over local food supplies, in part by confiscating farms? It shouldn't, says "Farmer Brad," a Texas-based farmer who said in an interview about food security with Mike Adams for Natural News TV that during Hurricane Katrina, an inventory of local farms and what they produced was conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. "FEMA was doing an inventory of all the farms around ... metroplexes," he said, which included nearby Houston and other large cities. "They started calling up farms and wanted to know where farms were, and they were being prepared to maybe take food if they need to, from farms, you know, for a crisis like that." Brad, of HomeSweetFarm.com, said that while the agency didn't come right out and say they would confiscate crops and cattle, "they were making food assessments, you know, what is in the local food shed in a metroplex." He said the agency's assessment took into account a number of potential emergencies and disasters, including spikes in fuel prices or even sudden disruptions - anything that might hinder or prevent the delivery of food to stores. Such scenarios would also lead to dramatic increases in food prices as well, Brad said. "The distribution system for food is so fragile, you know, and there's only enough food in these grocery stores to last, literally, for just a couple of days," he said, noting that store shelves during Katrina were stripped bare "within hours." Worse, Brad said, because of mass evacuations from the big cities, traffic choked local roads, making even short-distance travel impossible. He said he and his family couldn't even get into town to go to the store. "We heard all kinds of stories from our local residents about what it was like - people camping out in the Walmart parking lot; grocery stores were empty; food wasn't coming in," he said. "We had people from 90 miles away from Houston and some other metroplexes coming into our town because we were one of the few that still had gas." Brad said that FEMA didn't send agents to farms but made phone calls instead asking, "what are you producing, how much land do you have, wanting to get the details of the local food sheds in the area." He said he and local farms were voluntarily providing the information but that the food security aspect of the questions made them all "a little suspicious." As people flee the large cities, Brad says most of them will be unprepared and that his farm - through theft or through confiscation - will likely be "wiped out." RJ
  3. What's the connection between gun control... a recent executive order... and the coming food crisis? Fellow patriot, There's a reason why the US government is so eager to disarm the American people. It's got little to do with crime rates or mass murders... but everything to do with the very reason the 2nd Amendment was created for: to protect the people from a tyrannical government. Because when a major disaster hits the USA, a recent executive order allows FEMA to confiscate your food stockpile... and just like in the old USSR, to give it to the government-dependent masses. That's right: if you invested $30,000 or more in a survival stockpile, or you've been day-dreaming about having enough food to last you a decade... then you've got to watch this urgent video. Hi, my name is Alec Deacon, and in this short and controversial presentation, that will not be up for long, I'm going to expose how a devastating "once in 60 years" event... along with corporate greed and corruption... are setting the stage for a social and economic "time bomb" that will detonate right in the middle of the US... ... I'll reveal how ... the impending collapse of the US food supply system will steal the food from your kids' tables...
  4. Ha Ha Me thinks you doods have lost it Rodd
  5. It took me about 5 days of casual hunting to find my first nugget was on the other side of Dome Rock 2.7 grams with a GP Extreme at 10' deep. it is the one at 4 o clock bottom right.. Rodd
  6. Hey GlennM Watchit I'm a Poaching snowbird parked at Dome Rock Quartzite AZ. lookin for your nuggets just got here yesterday.. Rodd
  7. That mutch postage is just overwhelming Cool pictures.. Rodd
  8. Birdlady Iooks like pyrite to me if you heat it up with a propane torch it will probably burn and turn red hot, smells real toxic like sulpher and should not be breathed i've tried it LOL RODD
  9. While hiking down along the border this morning, I saw a Muslim extremist fall into the Rio Grande River . He was struggling to stay afloat because of all the guns and bombs he was carrying. Along with him was a Mexican who was also struggling to stay afloat because of the large backpack of drugs that was strapped to his back. If they didn't get help, they'd surely drown. Being a responsible Texan and abiding by the law to help those in distress, I informed the El Paso County Sheriff 's Office and Homeland Security. It is now 4 PM, both have drowned, and neither authority has responded. I'm starting to think I wasted two stamps. Finally somebody done the right thing at no cost to the taxpayer LOL Rodd
  10. Thank you for the reply Cochetopa.. I figgured it had a meaning and was right thank you for sharing Rodd
  11. Cochetopa Very nice pics same terain,trees etc. as here,does yoyr handle have a meaning? just curious. Rodd
  12. Hey ya all I hope you all have a blast at the outing,I have been there many consecutive years and they used to have someone that checked all the campers out and have you fill out a card and put a sticker on your windshield then they would make sure you only stayed 14 days although if the grounds were not full they didn't care much unless of course the BLM gooks checked you out..you didn't have to worry about finding them they did their rounds every day.. Back in 2009 there was a lady living in a tent there with all her belongings and it was a dreadfull wet year I was told,she got ill and the town of Quartzite had to rescue her all her belongings were left there was a L of a mess even still in 2010 when I seen it you could see the rubble a block away and everybody that went through the area just had to go over and look at it was a 100 yards from where I camped..I think the BLM are trying to keep people from poatching and leaving all their garbage behind<^>like THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY AT TOM WELLS ROAD I saw it personaly People living on your tax dollar in vehicles that didn't run or have license plates all of their garbage is scatered all over the place... Nuff said I'll be too late coming down to catch the outing.. %RODD
  13. Lovly nuggie Tom Looks like that piece of cristaline gold contracted the moving runs and ended up getting the corners peened out a bit I would love to have seen it prior to it's traveling spree you'd be still doing the hip hop an howlin.. RODD
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