Will farm for food

New page:

http://aryanism.net/politics/economics/agrarianism/

By the way, this just came up in the incoming links:

http://pzkpwt-54.tumblr.com/post/49169542312/nikkers-dot-net-brunettejubblies

Anyone here know these guys? They should join us.

And yet again I must thank John Johnson for his consistently excellent comments.

Finally, in case anyone here hasn’t noticed, Miecz is back!

https://swordofelysium.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/the-handed-victory-vs-gnostic-struggle/

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15 Responses to Will farm for food

  1. SS says:

    Beautiful article. I’m not read enough on the matter, but I’ve been considering this lately: how do you plan to introduce agriculture into nations/regions found in ecologically unfit areas for it (say Lapland)?

  2. SS says:

    Of course, it is true that not the entirety of those regions is without hope, but big parts are. Now that I think it through again, we can always shift the bulk of the population (not too large in those regions) to arable land, and the geniuses to towns and cities built on non-arable land.

  3. Phoenix says:

    For some non arable land: what are people’s opinions on a future that uses vertical farming (skyscraper tall greenhouses)? Has it been brought up before?

  4. Jason says:

    This new page contains perhaps the most essential topics on Aryanist policies, and lifestyle for building communities. It covers basic economic initiatives which have significant repercussions, from supporting a strong foundation within every cadre of individuals to sustain their livelihood to economic analysis and policies. This provides a deeper understanding of National Socialism as a political term.
    An important thing for those building these communities to remember is that everyone must be autarkic, as expressed in the article. For the State to mandate ration in an agrarian society means that people are not doing the rationing themselves, or there is some fallibility in the market (means of distributing food to those who need it) which needs to be fixed. Especially in emergencies, the potentiality for autarky for every individual/ family is always a good thing.

  5. Panzerfaust says:

    How did it go onto your links?

    Yes, i am Pzkpwt-54. Ignore my other things (they’re personal stuff), but i do agree that most things that involve such violence (such as the crime we have seen on the link), has a Judaic-based mindset.

    How did my comments end up in your links?

    Also, i happen to notice several white zionists abusing the word Aryanism (even claiming they’re aryan, as in our Aryanism, they even link Aryanism.net with their shit) themselves. I will discuss this issue privately. For most part, i think they are Boromir Syndrome victims who use Aryanism to cloak their inherent zionism.

    If you guys want, i will make a blog that will talk about Aryanism, and probably discuss Tumblr Issues, (such as privilege problems)

    As for the issue itself, i agree with SS’s comments. My suggestion is that the State should help the farmers regarding their problems regarding farmland/food supply.

  6. Panzerfaust says:

    Anyways, i’m Pzkpwt-54. I want to ask, how did those comments end up? But yes, i do agree with the fact, that most things that involve violence, comes from Jews or people with Judaic mindsets, like the Americans.

    There’s something wrong with my comments, it didn’t show up ASAP.

  7. AS says:

    Hello, Niru ye Khorshid/Panzerfaust!

    “How did my comments end up in your links?”

    In the admin panel we see where traffic to Aryanism.net is coming from. And of course I was happy to see people out there who care about children’s feelings. I hope you can join our team!

    “I will discuss this issue privately.”

    Please send in a contact form any time you want:

    http://aryanism.net/about/contact/

    “If you guys want, i will make a blog that will talk about Aryanism, and probably discuss Tumblr Issues, (such as
    privilege problems)”

    Please go ahead!

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    SS:

    “how do you plan to introduce agriculture into nations/regions found in ecologically unfit areas for it (say Lapland)?”

    I wouldn’t deliberately try to do so unless existing arable land became insufficient. You are correct about Lapland; I would recommend that Laplanders migrate south, since almost all Finnish arable land is on the southern coast. And the main cities are in the south too, so it would actually be quite convenient.

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    Phoenix:

    “For some non arable land: what are people’s opinions on a future that uses vertical farming (skyscraper tall greenhouses)? Has it been brought up before?”

    The technique seems fine as far as I can tell. The main thing would be a calculation, which would be specific to the location under consideration, of how much energy it would cost to build the skyscraper compared to how much we would get out of it via the vertical farm. It might turn out that some locations would warrant it, whereas other locations are better used for solar panels or wind turbines, and still other locations should not be built on at all. This is something for engineers to figure out.

  8. John Johnson says:

    I must thank you for all the kind words you’ve given me AS, it really means a lot to me.

  9. Pandorastop says:

    Excellent article.

  10. I was not sure where to put this, but here in an interesting article:
    http://www.thecollectiveint.com/2013/10/the-man-who-lives-without-money.html

    The man doesn’t seem to be a survivalist for a few reasons: he is vegan (aside from the toothpaste he made) and he renounced capitalism as “fundamentally flawed, requiring infinite growth on a finite planet.” He then says “I am not anti anything. I am pro-nature, pro-community, pro-happiness.”

  11. Interesting brief look at an agrarian society…
    https://healthfoodsoul.com/hunza-people-secret/

    Serious it seems like the Shire from LOTR.

  12. Amaleq says:

    “The name Turanian is used in opposition to Aryan, and is applied to the nomadic races of Asia as opposed to the agricultural or Aryan races.” – Max Mueller

    So, what is to be made of this new discovery and idea then in relation to Aryan Diffusion?

    “Carbonized achenes and signs of cannabis burning were discovered at archeological sites which suggests that the Yamnaya brought the practice of cannabis smoking with them as they spread across Eurasia. Apart from this, bronze objects, technologies, staple food crops such as millets, wheat, and barley, remains of horses, and evidence of pandemic diseases have enabled researches to track the movements of these ancient nomads.

    The trade road created by Yamnaya and their neighbors like Botain, became a part of the Silk Road several millennia later. These ancient people created a basis to the trade traditions in Asia…”, “While the latest discovery sheds light on the ancient trade of cannabis, it is not the oldest evidence of marijuana ever found. Bryan Hill, a writer of Ancient Origins, reports: ”In 1997, a hemp rope dating back to 26,900 BC was found in Czechoslovakia, making it the oldest known object to be associated with cannabis. Since that time, hemp has played an important role in humanity’s development. For thousands of years marijuana was not only legal, but an important crop among cultures throughout history, and held commercial, medicinal, and spiritual value.

    The cultivation of cannabis, commonly known as marijuana, can be traced back at least 12,000 years, which places the plant among humanity’s oldest cultivated crops. Cannabis plants are believed to have evolved in Central Asia in the regions of Mongolia and southern Siberia. The earliest cultural evidence of Cannabis comes from the oldest known Neolithic culture in China, the Yangshao, who appeared along the Yellow River valley. From 5,000 to 3,000 B.C the economy of the Yangshao was cannabis-driven. Archaeological evidence shows they wore hemp clothing, wove hemp, and produced hemp pottery…”

    http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/surprising-5000-year-old-cannabis-trade-eurasian-steppe-nomads-were-020909

    I think cannabis and hemp in general is a very important plant on many levels, yet there is no mention of it in the Aryan Diffusion series that I can recall?

    I think Hypnotix may at some point have asked what Aryanism.net’s stance is on the cannabis plant somewhere here on the blog?

  13. Amaleq says:

    …and, speaking of the shire, Hobbits smoke pipe-weed. ;)

  14. AS says:

    @Amaleq

    “I think cannabis and hemp in general is a very important plant on many levels, yet there is no mention of it in the Aryan Diffusion series that I can recall?”

    We already mention hemp as a textile crop in Part 2, although we do not cover smoking it. Earlier evidence of use of hemp does not contradict this, as even Paleolithic populations gathered wild plants for use. Turanians, especially if they were smoking it, could easily have brought wild hemp from Turania into China during their travels where it began to be cultivated both by the Shennongshi and by Huangdi’s clan who had acquired knowledge of farming, thereby fitting the archaeological evidence of wild hemp originating in Turania but its earliest cultivation occurring in China.

    “I think Hypnotix may at some point have asked what Aryanism.net’s stance is on the cannabis plant somewhere here on the blog?”

    If you mean for smoking, it is probably healthier than tobacco at least, so as long as land for growing cannabis for smoking is not land that could have been used to grow food while people are starving elsewhere, there is no ethical problem in principle with smoking it. Aesthetically, Aryanist cultural purists may prefer not to adopt a recreational practice of likely Turanian origin (even if not directly associated with herding), but this should be a matter of personal choice. Of course all smoking should be restricted to designated locations only, so that non-smokers need not be forced to inhale any smoke.

  15. Amaleq says:

    @AS:

    Good to know thanks. I would like to see a return to hemp fabric, hemp paper, and pots in the future also. I think that would be a positive development. Rather than cutting down a tree for paper, which takes many years to regrow and is a real resource drain, the cannabis plant can be harvested every two to three months, making it much more practical, and resource responsible. Not to mention the medicinal and spiritual benefits of the plant also.

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