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  1. In the next years we must learn to rely on God, totally. And we must leave the US — because the Bible is full of warnings and descriptions of the terrible judgment and destruction that is coming specifically and uniquely soon to the USA. The whole world will be suffering, but the USA in particular is named to be the subject of an act of God in ADDITION to an invasion by a ‘confederation of nations’ and total destruction.

    We need to not live on the coastlines, and we need to choose a place to live that doesn’t require heating or cooling. If there are any nice caves handy that would be good also.

    But most of all, we need to get close with our Creator. The Bible says, “Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you.” Without God’s wisdom and protection, we won’t stand much chance in a world where the Georgia Guidestones have carved in stone their goal that 13 out of every 14 people will die, go away, and leave a destroyed planet of only half a billion people.

    John the Baptist lived on locusts and wild honey. Much of the world uses insects for protein.
    Weeds can be foraged/harvested for food; they provide nutrients and are free, fresh food, organic, not even sprayed — other than from the chemtrails.

  2. Really good discussion. Boil it down and it’s, why don’t we all become like the Amish. Answer: Because people are lazy, selfish, and greedy. People who care about values, family, self-integrity to be their own person — are spiritual people who value their conscience and their soul. Others are living for today, for themselves, and just don’t care. Nobody in their right mind should be sending their children to the government schools — thinking they really put one over on their neighbors to make them pay what comes out to maybe $50,000 a year per kid for the ‘privilege’ of being fed prison food and Jewish curriculums on conformity and tolerance for evil stuff, not to mention the mandatory vaccines and the forced drugging of so many children who are bored and won’t sit still in the regimented classrooms designed to make cookie-cutter people. People are using taxpayer money to pay for babysitters so they can put their kids in daycare and the rest of their kids in public government schools.

    We need intentional communities where people agree on certain fundamental things, as the Amish do in their communities, and fund their own schools and recreation and don’t let people into their communities who don’t agree with the value system. If this country won’t permit people to do that, then leave it. I say leave it anyway — this country is cooked, and has a target on its back. The rest of the world hates us, and who can blame them.

    The churches in America are a sick joke — teaching people to be MORE selfish and greedy and lacking in conscience, selling sweet gnostic lies about having sins paid in advance, nothing to worry about judgment day, and sin all you want and God has a wonderful plan for your life to give you all you want.

    Yeah. Judgment and Hell for most of us if we don’t wake up and repent soon — assuming any of us are still able to repent. Sin and greed and selfishness hardens the human heart to the point it cannot be softened or ever become really human again.

  3. The List of America’s richest families:
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    Rank Name Net Worth # Family Members Source Headquarters
    #1 Walton family $149 B 6 Wal-Mart Bentonville, AR
    #2 Koch family $86 B 4 diversified Wichita, KS
    #3 Mars family $80 B 3 candy McLean, VA
    #4 Cargill-MacMillan family $45 B 23 (EST.) Cargill Inc. Minneapolis, MN
    #5 Cox family $34.5 B 3 media Atlanta, GA
    #6 Hearst family $32 B 66 Hearst Corp. New York, NY
    #7 Pritzker family $30 B 13 hotels, investments Chicago, IL
    #8 S.C. Johnson family $28.8 B 11 cleaning products Racine, WI
    #9 (Edward) Johnson family $26 B 4 money management Boston, MA
    #10 Duncan family $22.4 B 4 pipelines Houston, TX
    #11 Newhouse family $18 B 2 magazines, newspapers New York, NY
    #12 Lauder family $16.5 B 6 Estee Lauder New York, NY
    #13 Ziff family $15 B 3 publishing New York, NY
    #14 Du Pont family $14.5 B 3,500 (EST.) DuPont Wilmington, DE
    #15 Hunt family $14.2 B 33 oil Dallas, TX
    #16 Sackler family $14 B 20 (EST.) pain medicines Stamford, CT
    #17 Dorrance family $13.6 B 11 (EST.) Campbell Soup Co. Camden, NJ
    #18 Busch family $13.5 B 30 (EST.) Anheuser-Busch St. Louis, MO
    #19 (Charles & Rupert) Johnson family $13.4 B 5 mutual funds San Mateo, CA
    #20 Brown family $12.8 B 25 (EST.) liquor Louisville, KY
    #21 Mellon family $11.5 B 200 (EST.) banking Pittsburgh, PA
    #22 (Don & Doris) Fisher family $11 B 4 (EST.) The Gap San Francisco, CA
    #22 Rockefeller family $11 B 200 (EST.) oil New York, NY
    #24 Butt family $10.4 B 5 supermarkets San Antonio, TX
    #25 Gallo family $10.3 B 14 (EST.) wine, liquor Modesto, CA
    #26 Marshall family $9 B 3 diversified Dallas, TX
    #27 Crown family $8.8 B 3 (EST.) investments Wilmette, IL
    #28 Reyes family $8.6 B 3 food & beer distrubution Chicago, IL
    #29 Bass family $8.2 B 4 oil, investments Fort Worth, TX
    #30 Shoen family $8 B 13 (EST.) U-Haul Phoenix, AZ
    #31 Hughes family $7.9 B 3 Public Storage Inc. Glendale, CA
    #31 Meijer family $7.9 B 4 supermarkets Grand Rapids, MI
    #31 Stryker family $7.9 B 3 inheritance Kalamazoo, MI
    #34 Pigott family $7.7 B 30 trucks Bellevue, WA
    #34 Simon family $7.7 B 5 shopping malls Indianapolis, IN
    #36 Simplot family $7.5 B 3 (EST.) agribusiness Boise, ID
    #37 Rollins family $7.4 B 11 Orkin pest control Atlanta, GA
    #38 Bechtel family $7.3 B 4 (EST.) construction, engineering San Francisco, CA
    #39 Chao family $7.2 B 3 Chemicals Houston, TX
    #39 E. W. Scripps family $7.2 B 50 (EST.) newspapers Cincinnati, OH
    #41 Cathy family $7 B 2 Chick-fil-A Atlanta, GA
    #42 Marriott family $6.9 B 7 (EST.) hotels Bethesda, MD
    #43 Jenkins family $6.8 B 25 Publix Super Markets Lakeland, FL
    #44 LeFrak family $6.6 B 4 (EST.) LeFrak Group New York, NY
    #44 Phipps family $6.6 B 300 (EST.) Carnegie Steel, Bessemer Trust New York, NY
    #46 Johnson family $6.3 B 60 (EST.) Johnson & Johnson New Brunswick, NJ
    #46 Smith family $6.3 B 60 (EST.) tools, banking Chicago, IL
    #48 Barbey family $6.1 B 12 (EST.) textiles, apparel Greensboro, NC
    #49 Haslam family $6 B 4 truck stops, Cleveland Browns Knoxville, TN
    #49 Kluge family $6 B 5 (EST.) TV stations, investments New York, NY
    #49 Tisch family $6 B 5 diversified New York, NY
    #49 Van Andel family $6 B 4 (EST.) Amway Ada, MI
    #53 France family $5.7 B 20 Nascar racing Daytona Beach, FL
    #54 Dolan family $5.5 B 19 (EST.) cable television Town of Oyster Bay, NY
    #54 Moran family $5.5 B 10 (EST.) Toyota distribution Deerfield Beach, FL
    #56 Getty family $5.4 B 28 Getty Oil –
    #56 Perot family $5.4 B 2 investments Dallas, TX
    #56 Simmons family $5.4 B 3 finance Dallas, TX
    #59 Durst family $5.2 B 33 real estate New York, NY
    #59 Gore family $5.2 B 24 (EST.) Gore-Tex Newark, DE
    #61 Rudin family $5.1 B 30 (EST.) real estate New York, NY
    #62 Alfond family $4.8 B 4 (EST.) shoes Portland, ME
    #63 Glazer family $4.7 B 21 real estate, sports teams –
    #63 Ingram family $4.7 B 5 book distribution, transportation Nashville, TN
    #65 McCaw family $4.6 B 5 telecom Hunts Point, WA
    #66 Ricketts family $4.5 B 6 TD Ameritrade Omaha, NE
    #67 Milliken family $4.4 B 35 (EST.) textiles Spartanburg, SC
    #67 Wirtz family $4.4 B 11 alcohol distribution Chicago, IL
    #69 Chandler family $4.2 B 200 (EST.) newspapers Los Angeles, CA
    #70 Friedkin family $4.1 B 2 Toyota distributor Houston, TX
    #71 Coors family $4 B 250 (EST.) beer Golden, CO
    #71 Wegman family $4 B 2 (EST.) supermarkets Rochester, NY
    #73 Haseotes family $3.9 B 8 (EST.) convenience stores Framingham, MA
    #73 Stephens (Warren, Witt & Elizabeth) family $3.9 B 3 investments Little Rock, AR
    #75 Nordstrom family $3.8 B 11 department stores Seattle, WA
    #75 Pohlad family $3.8 B 20 (EST.) real estate, banking, sports Minneapolis, MN
    #75 Steinbrenner family $3.8 B 5 New York Yankees New York, NY
    #78 Haas family $3.7 B 255 (EST.) Levi Strauss & Co. San Francisco, CA
    #79 Van Tuyl family $3.5 B 8 (EST.) car dealerships Phoenix, AZ
    #80 Gund family $3.4 B 15 (EST.) Sanka, banking Cleveland origin, OH
    #80 Lerner family $3.4 B 3 (EST.) banking, sports teams –
    #80 (Richard Alan) Smith family $3.4 B 10 (EST.) investments Chestnut Hill, MA
    #83 Demoulas family $3.3 B 9 supermarkets Tewksbury, MA
    #83 Schneider family $3.3 B 6 (EST.) trucking Green Bay, WI
    #83 Tyson family $3.3 B 10 (EST.) Tyson Foods Springdale, AR
    #86 Karfunkel family $3.2 B 5 (EST.) insurance, real estate New York, NY
    #86 Kerkorian family $3.2 B 5 casinos, movie production –
    #86 Perdue family $3.2 B 4 (EST.) chicken Salisbury, MD
    #86 Ueltschi family $3.2 B 20 (EST.) pilot training Flushing, NY
    #90 Fertitta family $3.1 B 2 casinos, entertainment Las Vegas, NV
    #90 Gottwald family $3.1 B 7 (EST.) Ethyl Corp. Richmond, VA
    #90 Milstein family $3.1 B 6 (EST.) real estate New York, NY
    #93 Bresky family $3 B 3 (EST.) agribusiness Chestnut Hill, MA
    #93 Fasken family $3 B 4 oil Midland, TX
    #95 Bancroft family $2.9 B 30 (EST.) Dow Jones & Co. New York, NY
    #96 Boyle family $2.8 B 3 Columbia Sportswear Portland, OR
    #96 (Otto) Haas family $2.8 B 38 chemicals Philadelphia, PA
    #96 Hall family $2.8 B 3 Hallmark Kansas City, MO
    #96 Ziegler family $2.8 B 6 (EST.) cigars Darien, CT
    #100 Batten family $2.7 B 3 (EST.) media Hampton Roads, VA
    #100 Booth family $2.7 B 30 (EST.) investments Los Angeles, CA
    #100 Schottenstein family $2.7 B 200 (EST.) retail Columbus, OH
    #103 Asplundh family $2.6 B 130 (EST.) tree trimming Willow Grove, PA
    #103 Dobson family $2.6 B 3 Whataburger San Antonio, TX
    #103 Epprecht family $2.6 B 5 (EST.) cheese Hiram, OH
    #103 Jones family $2.6 B 7 bakery supplies Jackson, MI
    #103 Wanek family $2.6 B 2 furniture Arcadia, WI
    #103 Whittier family $2.6 B 70 (EST.) oil Beverly Hills, CA
    #109 De Young family $2.5 B 24 (EST.) newspaper, TV stations San Francisco, CA
    #109 Gochman family $2.5 B 3 (EST.) sporting goods retailer Katy, TX
    #109 Holding family $2.5 B 4 oil, resorts Salt Lake City, UT
    #109 Magness family $2.5 B 4 (EST.) cable TV, investments Denver, CO
    #109 McGraw family $2.5 B 11 (EST.) McGraw-Hill New York, NY
    #109 Shea family $2.5 B 20 (EST.) real estate, venture capital Los Angeles, CA
    #109 Yates family $2.5 B 16 oil Artesia, NM
    #116 Gates family $2.4 B 3 Investments Denver, CO
    #116 Jackson family $2.4 B 7 (EST.) winemaking, vineyards Sonoma, CA
    #116 Wasserstein family $2.4 B 9 investment banking New York, NY
    #119 Collier family $2.3 B 30 (EST.) real estate Naples, FL
    #119 Hewlett family $2.3 B 17 Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA
    #119 Mosing family $2.3 B 11 (EST.) oilfield services Amsterdam
    #122 Blaustein family $2.2 B 30 (EST.) Amoco oil Baltimore, MD
    #122 Carlson family $2.2 B 9 hotels, restaurants, travel Minnetonka, MN
    #122 Elghanayan family $2.2 B 8 (EST.) real estate New York, NY
    #122 Soffer family $2.2 B 8 real estate –
    #126 (John) Anderson family $2.1 B 5 (EST.) beer distribution, real estate Los Angeles, CA
    #126 Annenberg family $2.1 B 15 (EST.) publishing Los Angeles, CA
    #126 Walsh family $2.1 B 2 construction Chicago, IL
    #129 Belk family $2 B 20 (EST.) department stores Charlotte, NC
    #129 Farmer family $2 B 15 uniforms Cincinnati, OH
    #129 Ford family $2 B 40 (EST.) Ford Motor Dearborn, MI
    #129 Lindner family $2 B 7 (EST.) investments, insurance Cincinnati, OH
    #129 Young family $2 B 11 plastic packaging Plymouth, MI
    #134 Bean family $1.9 B 25 (EST.) L.L. Bean Freeport, ME
    #134 Bucksbaum family $1.9 B 12 (EST.) real estate Chicago, IL
    #134 Hess family $1.9 B 19 oil and gas New York, NY
    #134 Sheetz family $1.9 B 35 (EST.) convenience stores Altoona, PA
    #134 Trinchero family $1.9 B 4 wine –
    #139 Graham family $1.8 B 5 (EST.) Washington Post Co. Washington, DC
    #139 Krehbiel family $1.8 B 3 Electronics Lake Forest, IL
    #139 Maines family $1.8 B 2 food distribution Conklin, NY
    #139 Merage family $1.8 B 5 microwavable snacks Englewood, CO
    #139 Mitchell family $1.8 B 11 (EST.) oil The Woodlands, TX
    #139 Resnick family $1.8 B 18 (EST.) real estate New York, NY
    #139 Roberts family $1.8 B 5 cable TV –
    #139 Sorenson family $1.8 B 8 medical equipment Salt Lake City, UT
    #139 Walter family $1.8 B 2 (EST.) oil & gas Houston, TX
    #139 Yoh family $1.8 B 3 construction Philadelphia, PA
    #149 Colson family $1.7 B 3 (EST.) senior housing Vancouver, WA
    #149 Davidson family $1.7 B 10 glassmaking Auburn Hills, MI
    #149 Mark Davis family $1.7 B 7 (EST.) dairy Le Sueur, MN
    #149 Estes family $1.7 B 7 (EST.) trucking Richmond, VA
    #149 Pitcairn family $1.7 B 200 PPG Industries Bryn Athyn, PA
    #149 Reed family $1.7 B 4 (EST.) lumber, paper, land Seattle, WA
    #149 Rogers family $1.7 B 2 (EST.) Mary Kay cosmetics Addison, TX
    #149 Weyerhaeuser family $1.7 B 250 (EST.) timber Federal Way, WA
    #157 Clark family $1.6 B 4 construction, real estate Bethesda, MD
    #157 Dayton family $1.6 B 92 Target Minneapolis, MN
    #157 Donnelley family $1.6 B 10 (EST.) printing, business services Chicago, IL
    #157 Fisher family $1.6 B 4 (EST.) real estate New York, NY
    #157 Kim family $1.6 B 10 (EST.) semiconductor packaging Chandler, AZ
    #157 Pulitzer family $1.6 B 50 (EST.) publishing St. Louis, MO
    #163 Cullen family $1.5 B 50 (EST.) oil, coal Houston, TX
    #163 Frank family $1.5 B 3 Grey Goose vodka New Rochelle, NY
    #163 Greenberg family $1.5 B 7 sneakers Manhattan Beach, CA
    #163 (J. Erskine) Love family $1.5 B 6 (EST.) packaging –
    #163 McKee family $1.5 B 5 snack maker Collegedale, TN
    #163 Mead family $1.5 B 35 paper Wisconsin Rapids, WI
    #163 Morse family $1.5 B 5 (EST.) real estate development The Villages, FL
    #163 Searle family $1.5 B 4 (EST.) pharmaceuticals Chicago, IL
    #163 Slawson family $1.5 B 3 oil & gas Wichita, KS
    #163 Stayer family $1.5 B 9 sausage production Sheboygan Falls, WI
    #163 Tracy family $1.5 B 75 (EST.) food distribution Mt. Sterling, IL
    #174 Cohen family $1.4 B 5 (EST.) grocery distributor Keene, NH
    #174 Levine family $1.4 B 4 (EST.) Family Dollar Charlotte, NC
    #174 Lewis family $1.4 B 5 (EST.) insurance Mayfield Village, OH
    #174 Richards family $1.4 B 5 cable manufacturing Carrollton, GA
    #174 Westerman family $1.4 B 7 oil Addison, TX
    #179 Bolch family $1.3 B 7 convenience stores Atlanta, GA
    #179 Briscoe family $1.3 B 8 (EST.) ranch land Uvalde, TX
    #179 Cadieux family $1.3 B 4 (EST.) convenience stores Tulsa, OK
    #179 Foster family $1.3 B 5 (EST.) poultry production Livingston, CA
    #179 Hagedorn family $1.3 B 6 Scotts Miracle-Gro Marysville, OH
    #179 Huber family $1.3 B 40 (EST.) engineered materials Rumson, NJ
    #179 McCaskey family $1.3 B 12 (EST.) Chicago Bears Chicago, IL
    #179 (Les) Schwab family $1.3 B 4 (EST.) tire retailers –
    #179 Shorenstein family $1.3 B 3 real estate San Francisco, CA
    #179 Stewart family $1.3 B 3 food service Scottsdale, AZ
    #179 Toll family $1.3 B 2 homebuilding Horsham, PA
    #179 Wood family $1.3 B 196 Wawa convenience stores Media, PA
    #191 Hixon family $1.25 B 100 (EST.) electronics Pasadena, CA
    #191 Rosen family $1.25 B 5 (EST.) meat processing Fairmont, MN
    #193 Carhartt family $1.2 B 2 work clothing Dearborn, MI
    #193 Colburn family $1.2 B 4 (EST.) electric equipment distributor Irving, TX
    #193 (Ellen) Gordon family $1.2 B 5 Tootsie Rolls Chicago, IL
    #193 Kennedy family $1.2 B 30 investments New York, NY
    #193 Lykes family $1.2 B 250 (EST.) land, citrus groves Tampa, FL
    #193 Marciano family $1.2 B 4 Guess jeans Los Angeles, CA
    #193 Rooney family $1.2 B 15 (EST.) Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh, PA
    #193 Ward family $1.2 B 2 (EST.) chocolate Kansas City, MO

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  4. I agree about every community should have a community garden. But I also agree that the PTB don’t want us to, will not cooperate, will not help and will persecute people who want it. People are just so duped and everybody is out for themselves and nobody else. That’s why America is cooked, doomed.

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