Monthly Archives: July 2012

Announcing a new link, The Economic Hardship Project

The Economic Hardship Project is a useful bit of research and writing being done by Barbara Ehrenreich, an anti-white leftist YKW. No one else has the money to do this sort of research and reporting. It is worth reading because … Continue reading

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A story from life, July 28, 2012

The economic program of Mindweapons in 2012 is that we can collectively punish corporate America and the US government by spending less, and finding ways to spend less without suffering. I know very poor White people, who literally go hungry … Continue reading

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Why Reverse Evolution Flyer Found!

An oldie but a goodie — the flyer that ended up on the lawns of literally tens of thousands of houses: Why Reverse Evolution? I have seen the immediate, visceral reactions of people to this flyer. It’s awesome! This flyer … Continue reading

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Washington Post: Geneticists find that Africans are a different species

Black Africans are a different species after all. The article doesn’t come out and say it, but it’s the obvious conclusion. The human family tree just got another — mysterious — branch, an African “sister species” to the heavy-browed Neanderthals … Continue reading

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Climate Change Apocalypse: I hope it’s true

Climate Change’s Frightening New Math Worth reading in full if you aren’t a dogmatic believer in the idea that releasing 460 million years worth of carbon into the atmosphere in a geological split second doesn’t harm a thing. One thing … Continue reading

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Craig from Australia’s comment on doom gardening

A fellow doom planter’s advice on tomatoes. To help prevent fungus infestations aeration is the key, so less bushy, more productive plants are favourable in humid environments. To achieve this space the plants 24 inches apart by row and 12 … Continue reading

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Doom gardener’s notebook, July 26, 2012: There’s always a trade off

Southern New England gets ample rain and heat in the summertime, good for growing fruiting crops with a high water and heat demand. Squash, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants are actually tropical plants, but their life cycle is short enough (or was … Continue reading

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