Farms of life

 

For you, our life rafts
You people who are reading this for the first time, you really have to listen, otherwise you too will fall into the hole.
We are hiring
We are recruiting activators. These are the people, women or men, who take charge of the creation of the community and the farm. {Youtube}
L'autonomie
L'autonomie pour la future civilisation consiste en deux choses : Se passer de tout ce que la civilisation actuelle produit Produire ce dont les
L'autonomie
L'autonomie pour la future civilisation consiste en deux choses : Se passer de tout ce que la civilisation actuelle produit Produire ce dont les
Resilience
Resilience is the quality that defines the ability of a system to withstand attacks. For the farms of life, resilience will have to face the
Politics
Our relationship with the present civilization. The organization of the firm after collapse
The community
Build a community in a new civilization ... Abandoned everything that rotted our lives, but also produce everything that is essential to the
The fields
The search for land is an action that requires a united and voluntary community. This is the first major difficulty that must be overcome.

Today July 31, 2020, we celebrate the African woman. So diverse from north to south and from east to west and yet so similar in her fight for life, so that the children of Africa may have their share of destiny, by fighting against the elements that will soon be ours, against men so quick to use all the most fallacious arguments to dominate them.
With all due respect to a large part of this European population, we are all descendants, little children, of a cousin of Lucy, who lived a little over three million years ago. We, so proud of our culture, of our power, often, too often, sow terror for the sake of profit or simply for pleasure. When we are going to disappear for the most part, it is in the civilization handed down from mother to daughter by these women that we will have to draw most of the qualities that we will have to implement to survive at all costs, to live.
Because, while we are going to disappear by the millions, these women, African women, who have succeeded in preserving the spirit and the culture of a life close to nature and who have not submitted body and soul to technological artifices all more impoverishing than the others and to a dehumanizing society, teach us that having money is nothing but that we must be happy, that having power is nothing if it is not useful for give the joy of living.
We must understand how these African women teach their children to laugh, to dance, to look at us with eyes sparkling with happiness when they are all, men, women and children, in utter destitution.
African women who live in spite of endemic poverty, in spite of the incessant plundering of their wealth, in spite of the violence which surrounds them, continue with obstinacy, to give life and to make it grow. Let us look at them with fondness.