Mostly unwatchable, but interesting for what it conspicuously misses.
Paycheck Liberals totally miss the point and are nothing but useful idiots for Agribusiness and Monsanto. You want to fix hunger? Get the hungry families donating some of their labor to their own food production! Duh!
There is a spot with a black girl interviewed by a doctor and all she eats is junk food. They complain about how fresh fruits and vegetables are too expensive! (that’s not why black people buy processed food though. they like the taste better!). The liberal “cheapest calories” is a fallacy. The poor want to play video games and eat sugar. You would have to provide some negative incentives to get them to eat right, which liberals are loathe to do.
Hand produced food is higher quality and can preserve heirloom varieties against the biotech onslaught. Locally hand produced food is the answer to obesity.
But they won’t do the obvious thing because it’s too politically incorrect, and that is to restore local agriculture. They know that it would be whites that would participate voluntarily and blacks would feel “enslaved” again.
We can make local agriculture happen on our own. We don’t need liberals or Uncle Sugar paying us and clapping for us. Fuck them! Just go and do it, and know that you are the liberals’ worstest fear, you Hipster Racist urban gardener!
You don’t have to own land to farm. There’s community plots you can rent, or you might befriend a landowner who would be glad to have his land cultivated. there’s lots of opportunities out there.
There’s a new kind of farmer now too, the landless technician farmer like Severine Von Tscharne:
Agriculture is a technological enterprise, and one can be an ag expert in the same way as a computer programmer or system administrator. You don’t have to go to college for it, it can be learned on the job and from books. Integrated Pest Management and Fertility Management are two of the job titles. You’d want to teach yourself some chemistry, microbiology and entomology. You might have to start as a laborer and work your way into an apprenticeship by being a good and favored worker. And books will get you pretty far. The books from Acres USA are where to start. And here’s a shorter reading list.
A very interesting aspect of this kind of career is that you could travel to exotic places. I think it’s very healthy for a young man to have lived and worked in some exotic places.
But most importantly, you can play an important role in a local community. There’s nothing like being able to produce a tangible, eatable good for people. People are so detached from this, but they are less and less able to take the Corn Syrup Cornucopia for granted.