June 23, 2020

Liberty on the Land - Ep 05 Doug Force - The Myth is Canada


6 comments:

sqirl said...

curtis stone is a die hard communitarian. He is just north of me here in Washington State. He has a hole lot of lemmings headed for the cliff, service industry supplier of greens for those rich enough to go to the restaurants that are going under as we speak. Or start a CSA, (community supported agriculture. The last name Stone is you
r first clue. He loves those intentional community "volunteers" to sign up for some indentured servitude employment/ apprenticeship

Chains said...

Oh yeah? I see he has lots of agricultural videos. I have not followed him other than another very good video (part 6). did you listen to this talk? I thought it was very good.

sqirl said...

@millerman: we have a potable bandsaw and chatted w/you before about our similar interest. You may have heard brizer mention on last monday's show our biochar obsession. We asked curtis to address it on his sustainable,regenerative, eco-agriculture based show and other commenters have as well.To us it is a way to see who is a decieving mis-info agent or not, this biochar thing could be the key that opens the door and there are entities hell bent on not getting any traction going. Crickets from curtis on this. Those wearing masks are big red flags to identify the pig shit swallowing among-est us. Having a cell phone and bitching about emf,s is a similar hypocritical example. Curtis promotes tenant farming when we believe a land owner is the only way you could justify putting biochar in the soil. As to your question ,we listen to a little of his politico blather but what Brendon O'ConnelL says is " your free man on the land might destroy a half dozen drones and robots but heat sensing satellites will send #7 out to get you". Thank's for the dialoge millerman.

Chains said...

Hey sqirl The freeman aspect of this information is not really my main interest. Over the last month or so i have come to have a better grasp on how the scam in canada is set up. That is the kind of information everyone must understand.

I'm going to have to look into this further! Can you link a vidieo giving an overview of what you are proposing with this biochar? I'm not really up to speed on this. It seems that it creates a "value added" product for a sawmill operation that's for sure!

I'm more urban these days and still have my alaskan mill buy timbers when i can to resaw (if they are noy full of nails. I have from time to time come across some of fir beams but it seems to be getting more difficult these days. I had a Logosol mill a few years back but sold it when i moved to the city. I still have a circular saw mill and an old planer mill that runs off a PTO similar to this one

https://www.westonmillwork.com/hall_and_brown_surface_planer

I'm going to sell them soon cause my folks are getting old sold their rural property.

sqirl said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waAzDnNFlBk&t=2s @ chainsmillerman skillcult 19 minute read from early pioneers charcoal appreciation.
Indonesian innovation-no English
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VrpvpiDpRw
UK socialist Ed Revill demonstrates his innovation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsATDiIoqhg
here out our way- we show off two other burners
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AosvxPvSgOE&t=94s

Chains said...

Thanks for the links sqirl I will check them out.