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    Friday, June 30, 2006

    Editorial: The Coming Starvation In America

    ANON'S NOTE: From the article below, it is clear that the founders of the United States of America had a different understanding of the purpose of government than what many Americans have in modern times. At the beginning of the United States of America most citizens would have farms or at least gardens to be able to grow their food. However, in the event of an national emergency where there wasn't food, perhaps war or a weather catastrophe like the "dust bowl" that happened in the midwest when the crops died due to lack of rain, the founders of the U.S.A. intended that Americans not go without food. It comes across that manyAmericans think all Americans should never have an emergency that requires outside assistance - no sickness, no unemployment, no persecution - and to always be able to provide for themselves and their families even in such an evil country as the U.S.A. has become.

    The writer of the article below says that the U.S.A. is becoming more communistic. However, that doesn't really describe what is happening in the U.S.A. From what I've read communism would be when there are a few people at the society's top that are independently wealthy or have high paying careers and everyone else has low paying jobs. There are a few wealthy people at the society's top but many Americans don't have any jobs or income at all.

    In modern times when more than 15 million Americans that need jobs can't get jobs, food banks, including the ones run by churches, are turning away many Americans asking for food. With living in apartment sand condos many Americans do not have a yard in which to grow a garden.

    What do they expect Americans to do, steal food or do without, get sick, and die before their natural time? Churches receive the most donations of all charities. They should be able to afford to buy food for Americans in food crisis. If they don't get enough food donated from the public, churches should buy food from food wholesalers and grow gardens to have fresh food for Americans in food crisis.

    From the article below you can learn why and how the food supply in the U.S.A. is so low. In the U.S.A. a few children have been starved to death by their parents. Unless something is done to change the attitude of the powers that be in government and churches, there will be more starvation in the U.S.A. and even cannibalism.


    By James P. Wickstrom

    The government of the United States, by Law was to always maintain a three year mixed-grain survival storage for every man, woman, and child in the United States.

    Like most Laws of the land, the politicians never took heed as to why our wise ancestors had this reserve requirement established. It was to make sure, that, in the time of a National Emergency, the people had the most important mainstay needed for survival individually and as a Nation.

    Remember, the people make the Nation, the Nation does not make the people. In the 1960's and1970's the different political administrations of Washington, D.C. walked away from sanity and started to give the surplus grains which where in elevator storage all over the country, to other nations, such as the Soviet Union, India, etc...

    This continued over two decades, until the elevators were empty and the reserve of grains that were in reserve as per a national crisis....were gone. Of course this was done as to inhance international "friendship" with other nations, even if those other nations were self-admitted enemies of the United States.

    Remember, there was enough grain in storage, paid for by the Americantax-payer, to last the masses inside the United States for three full years, if need be. But now it all is but gone!

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