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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by jessica on January 20, 2022, 09:31:05 am »
I agree with aco there are not many places untouched...
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by jessica on January 20, 2022, 09:29:14 am »
I am in jospehine county, southern Oregon.  really mild climate here. a lot of water, hot summers, wet short winters, pretty easy going, mostly conservative, 2 hr drive to the ocean for easy crabbing in the winter, rivers with abundant salmon, year round grass for grazing animals, easy to grow most anything.
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Hot Topics / Re: Halal Grass-fed meat source in/near New Jersey?
« Last post by jibrael on January 18, 2022, 11:11:11 pm »
I am in Germany, and the quality of Halal Beef in Germany is very bad. Same is about the chicken. The quality of mutton is little better.

The best bet is to buy a goat/sheep yourself from the farmer and slaughter it yourself. There are good videos about it (even from the members of this forum too) which helped me in this regard. It is not difficult.

But you are  a female and it would be difficult for you to do it. May be your future husband could help you.

Otherwise, go to the big stores and try to find out the frozen lamb from New Zealand. They are often labelled as Halal too.

A small Advice: Please be careful that it would be difficult to eat any raw meat in a Muslim family, while Quran declared the blood Haram.

I am an ex-Muslim and I started eating raw meat after leaving Islam. But still the best bet is to slaughter a lamb at my own, or to buy the wild hunted animal from the hunters.


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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by sabertooth on January 18, 2022, 12:06:49 am »
Did you grandmam have a good life, according to her? Not seeing a car your entire life does not say anything about being happy. And moving to the city would, in my opinion, not really be a step forward.


The highlight of her week would be to walk with her brother down the train tracks with a dime, to buy a moon pie at the local store, then walk back to the cabin. Simplicity isnt necessarily happiness but I believe being raised in a humble environment can be a good foundation. If you start out with a humble origin, raised without a technological cocoon, then you are so much more capable of appreciating all the wonder the technology hive has to offer. Children who are born directly into the womb of metropolis, have no experience to act as contrast, and so are incapable of feeling the wonder, nor are they able to wander back and forth between the rustic and progressive worlds.

My Grandmother having lived during many eras during her own lifetime, and experienced many ways of life, was able to be equally happy in a backwoods cabin as in a high rise penthouse.
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by MarkR on January 17, 2022, 07:24:54 pm »
The US system has collapsed before, during the great depression, and yet life went on. My grandmother was born in 1937 and raised poor as poor could be in a log cabin built in a mountain holler. Her Parents were subsistence farmers, hunters and moonshiners; she never seen an automobile until she was 5 years old. Without any outside access to the world, she grew up never knowing how poor they were until growing up and moving into the city.

Did you grandmam have a good life, according to her? Not seeing a car your entire life does not say anything about being happy. And moving to the city would, in my opinion, not really be a step forward.
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by MarkR on January 17, 2022, 07:19:37 pm »
In earlier times, let’s say ww2, if people were lucky, they could flee from war to countries that were unaffected or almost unaffected by  war and insanity. Nowadays there are almost no countries unaffected by the mandates, plandemic, rising prices etc... I don’t know, it seems like fleeing somewhere is a short term solution nowadays. If it all continues the same way then I’m not sure if small countryside communities will stay untouched.

I agree that this is worldwide. But being self sufficient will provide you with everything you need. So you do not care about rising prices, or QR codes that you need to go to the supermarket/pub/whatever. You will not be dependent on extremely fragile supply chains etc.

The only thing you might not be save from is a worldwide man-hunt for un-vaxxed people or something like that. I personally do not think that is likely to happen. If the slave people in the big cities just go along, who cares about some folks on the fringes.

In the end you have to find something that you like doing, so that you can enjoy your experience on this earth to the fullest until you die. I do not see moving to a more natural area and homesteading as something i do just to survive. I think it will be an amazing and healthy/happy life and really look forward to it. Im not fleeing away from the madness of civilisation, i'm going forward to a more natural life.
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Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that rotten Fish is safe to eat?
« Last post by FRANCIS HOWARD BOND on January 17, 2022, 12:19:58 am »
Wondered if anyone still interested in this topic?    Continue to enjoy this food myself and condition fish to suit my taste.
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by aco on January 16, 2022, 07:18:04 pm »
In earlier times, let’s say ww2, if people were lucky, they could flee from war to countries that were unaffected or almost unaffected by  war and insanity. Nowadays there are almost no countries unaffected by the mandates, plandemic, rising prices etc... I don’t know, it seems like fleeing somewhere is a short term solution nowadays. If it all continues the same way then I’m not sure if small countryside communities will stay untouched.
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by sabertooth on January 16, 2022, 02:23:39 am »
You can come out here and help me out building fences so I can raise sheep again.  I have a lot of fruit trees that need to be planted and acres that could be gardened.  There is good hunting, tons of turkeys and deer.  I would like to start selectively logging our property for firewood.  We have so many dead standing trees, a lot make great habitat but we could definitely stand to take down a few and process to firewood to make money.  We have 122 acres plus 2 acre homestead.

What state do you live in? If my next vacation takes me to somewhere close , I could stop by to visit and discuss future prospects for the homestead.

The system is already collapsing (in the US).


The US system has collapsed before, during the great depression, and yet life went on. My grandmother was born in 1937 and raised poor as poor could be in a log cabin built in a mountain holler. Her Parents were subsistence farmers, hunters and moonshiners; she never seen an automobile until she was 5 years old. Without any outside access to the world, she grew up never knowing how poor they were until growing up and moving into the city.

As impractical and full of hardship as it may seem, with a degree of hard work and sacrifice, it is theoretical possible to return to more humble ways of living and being content. I did not follow that path when my children were born, largely because the childrens mother couldn't rough it. Now I am dreaming about finding a balanced middle ground, where I could live and work in Zion part time, while having a place of refuge to retreat to. If Im blessed enough to live long, then one day I hope to find my pasture to homestead and teach the grandchildren the ancient ways.
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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« Last post by smokeyquartz on January 15, 2022, 09:47:50 pm »
The system is already collapsing (in the US).

We've been primed to remain helpless and dependent by learning useless things from age 3 to age 25 in "schools" that "help" us acclimate to the world.

The other day I read an article about the top items that will increase in price in the grocery store in 2022.  Those items were:  beef, chicken, eggs, vegetables.

What is left to eat?  Tree bark?  Grass?

If we were self-sufficient and raising our own food, we would not even need a "supply chain".  We would already be supplying ourselves!

Modern civilization simply trains us to be good slaves for employers so that we are dependent on earning tokens to purchase what we should already know how to freely obtain for ourselves.  Backwards. 

If I were to be have kids, they would only be homeschooled and no college whatsoever.

We're the real woke ones.

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