From Victory Gardens to People’s Garden’s
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The People’s Garden Initiative
The People’s Garden Initiative began very quietly back in 2009 with an announcement by Secretary Vilsack of the USDA, arch-nemesis of freedom loving Americans. Supposedly, it was named after President Abraham Lincoln who founded the USDA. While the emphasis is on President Abraham Lincoln it is provocative that the Peoples Garden of America came into existence on the 60th anniversary of the the Peoples Republic of China. Coincidence?
Register your Garden!
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The new year of 2013 is here and with it the USDA is asking you to register your garden with the Peoples Garden Initiative. It is all under the guise of new user-friendly and “join the collective” mindset implementing Traceability Rules and Agenda 21.
What this means is that your property gets a federal number called a premise number. Your property then becomes an asset of the US government. The sneaky government then puts you in a secondary position on your title (if you still own anything) and they assume first position. Your title then becomes clouded should you ever want to sell your property. In that first position they can tell you do do anything they want with your property! Including horrendous Agenda 21 regulations or guidelines.
- People who want to share their garden with the community at large
- You must use sustainable practices, but understand definitions change changes all the time in semantic wars.
- You are willing to collaborate with federal agencies and ‘others’
You can plant a vegetable, beautification, wildlife, or other garden. It can be new or existing but you must adhere to the three pillars of sharing, sustainability, and collaboration.
What do I get for my participation?
- A free sign saying you agree with the collective ideology of providing food to people who want to sit on their butts and get free stuff. This is called redistribution of wealth. Your wealth is distributed to other people. It may be a poor person, but more than likely will go to wealthy people or corporations.
- As a collaborator you will get re-educated into collectivism ideology so that you will become a good “ist”, communist, socialist, fascist… whatever.
How does this impact me?
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You might say this sounds alright.. I am a person who cares about others. But what does this really mean in government double-speak? It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4!
1. You voluntarily register your garden, private property, and become a People’s Garden, giving up your status as a private property owner, forever. It is critical that you do this voluntarily because ‘voluntary’ is the cornerstone to all federal programs. I have it documented when talking with a government employee back in December of 2005 that once you are in the database you never get out.
2. You then partner with organizations or agencies representing people who sit on their duffs and wanting free food!
3. This is the best part. You then prepare the garden, pay for the seeds, plant the seeds, do the weeding, do the watering, do the hoeing ,do the cultivating, do the watering, and harvest your crop. You provide all the blood, sweat, and tears.
4. You must then turn your crop over to lazy and free-loading people.
As Americans we should all help others in need but that does not mean that the government should in any way be involved. It should be up to your own ability, morals, and ethics to give, how much to give, and whom to give to. America should not become one large entitlement welfare state. If a person works he or she should eat, but if a person sits and does nothing, they should suffer the consequences of that decision. We should all be vehemently opposed to the UN mandate that just because someone in Bangladesh has a 300 calories a day diet and poor nutrition, that Americans are required to have no more calories or nutrition than anyone else in the world. This is one of the stated goals of Agenda 21.
10 Minute citizen: Make your garden, and eat it too!. If you have an abundant crop, share with others, or preserve it for years when food might not be so plentiful.