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Josiah Wallingford

  • Here are some variations I have seen:

    “I pledge allegiance to living my best life, to encouraging all people to live theirs, to refraining from aggression against all, and to the philosophy from which these ideals derive, for liberty, prosperity, and justice for all.”

    “I pledge allegiance to the unalienable principles of the United States of…[Read more]

  • Declaration of Independence
    A great man by the name of Thomas Jefferson explained the reason for the declaration of independence from a totalitarian regime called Britain in his preamble. The […]

  • Thank you for the very kind words. We will keep the fight going. There are so many people waking up. I am in the fortunate position to see it every day and it is great!

  • I am glad to hear you are moving to Montana. It seems a LOT of like minded people are. I live in Whitefish about two hours north of Missoula.
    The heat is a killer here in Texas. We have lost several chickens because of it! We have fans, water misters and shade all set up for them and still it kills. I miss the cool and dry weather.
    I will try to…[Read more]

  • I assume JP is referring to Pinterest. BOF Pinterest page is http://www.pinterest.com/brinkoffreedom

  • I will get more posted as soon as I can. Glad to see you found the site Steve! I hope you get back to NM soon. You have been going on about it for long enough. Time to start doing. I suggest you get that done ASAP!

  • We get the barely from Russell Feed and Supply http://www.russellfeedandsupply.com/
    Same place we get the GMO free chicken feed from.

  • Just ask for whole barley. Not steam rolled. Russell Feed and Supply carries it here in Texas.

  • I look at the separation of church and state and wonder. I think separation of church and state is a good thing. I think separation of state and everything is a good thing. I would like to separate from the state. Unfortunately we are not given this option.
    The separation, while a good thing, created a new religion. The state has simply become a…[Read more]

  • Ask, and you shall receive. Updated with video.

  • I looked through all of your previous comments and cannot find another one for Physical Fitness 101. Maybe it got caught in the spam filter. I don’t see how that could have happened though. All comments from you are set to skip the moderation.

  • Jack Spirko, Nicholas Ferguson and I just had a wonderful dish of morels harvested off of our first PermaEthos farm. They were delicious!

  • Nick,

    No, we do not feed fodder exclusively. The birds mostly wild forage and we provide them with supplemental feed as a backup if they want it. For the supplemental feed we use Texas Naturals GMO-Free feed.

  • Nicholas Burtner of Working With Nature and Josiah Wallingford of Brink of Freedom interview Allan Savory of the Savory Institute.

  • What is the difference between permaculture principles and preppers? I have found that there is not much of a difference at all. The only differences seem to be the perceived notion of what one or the other is by […]

    • Thank you for the very kind words. We will keep the fight going. There are so many people waking up. I am in the fortunate position to see it every day and it is great!

  • Prelude to Internship Day 1:

    What internship are you talking about? I listen to a podcast that you are probably familiar with. The podcast is called The Survival Podcast and is hosted by a true patriot (not t […]

    • I will get more posted as soon as I can. Glad to see you found the site Steve! I hope you get back to NM soon. You have been going on about it for long enough. Time to start doing. I suggest you get that done ASAP!

    • I am glad to hear you are moving to Montana. It seems a LOT of like minded people are. I live in Whitefish about two hours north of Missoula.
      The heat is a killer here in Texas. We have lost several chickens because of it! We have fans, water misters and shade all set up for them and still it kills. I miss the cool and dry weather.
      I will try to get more articles on the internship soon.
      I have tons of videos that I need to edit as well.

    • I can’t hardly wait until I can get back to my homestead in NM. You probably remember me talking about it. Albuquerque is the largest city with about 300,000 followed by Las Cruces and a lot of sparsely populated land in between. I really like the rural mindset you find in most of the outlying areas there. Especially about 35 miles south of Albuquerque. Anyway keep up the blogging I want to hear more of your adventures.

  • Everyone should conduct a power outage drill at least once a year. This applies to those living with alternative power as well.

    Whether you consider yourself a prepper, homesteader, farmer, democrat, […]

    • Having lived in South Florida for many years (now in E TN) I can testify to the importance of this drill. I was not a prepper at the time- I did have 4 children and during hurricane season one knows the power is going out- and going out for days to a week if the storm hits anywhere near your area. My power was out for 5 to 7 days 3 times in one year. So everyone became a prepper in a sense- we had batteries- water-fans-food and a way to heat food. And it was HOT and muggy-but we all learned a lot about how to deal with no electricity. So all you out there who think you are prepared- well you probably are not unless you have done this drill. You learn things like– candles are hot and create a lot of heat- great in the winter but not so good in the summer– a 7 day catholic candle (the kind that is in a tall glass container) sitting in the bath tub for safety is a great night light. And info was critical- I wish I had had a small black and white battery operated TV then- but I guess that wont work now that the TV signals have changed. Anyone else noticed that during hurricane Sandy all weather and power outage info was directed through the internet-which sites no one updated until after the storm-I checked for my daughter how lives in the area — nothing on the net- nada. I am now a freshman prepper and have a long way to go but my past experiences are serving as a important guide.

    • Good idea to establish ones basis in reality on such matters. Could also include no electricity and no running water at all and even no store bought food? One of the reasons I seriously like hiking for days at a time. Keeps up the skill levels and comfort level with use of all gear and just being out there. Also go by yourself on some of those events, that too is a test of sorts. Just you and the coyotes? Some will actually get to know you if you go enough and feed them. I have lived completely outdoors for long periods of time and the fact is that you do get used to being dirty and eventually don’t think a lot about it.Takes a while but that does happen. We really are spoiled in soooo many ways, but a shower or any water source to clean oneself is always well embraced when it arrives, no doubt. It is a very good thing to get your head wrapped around such things with first hand experience, and fun too ! Although I readily admit to times when it was far from fun. Interesting how when you are forced to do something it is usually drudgery, and when you want to willingly do the same thing it is FUN ! We humans are a strange sort aren’t we ? We seem to complicate everything far beyond where it needs to go, and gain nothing in the process usually.

  • This article will cover how government breaks all ten commandments. This is true to most, if not all, governments but I will focus on the United States of America Government and the states within it’s […]

    • I look at the separation of church and state and wonder. I think separation of church and state is a good thing. I think separation of state and everything is a good thing. I would like to separate from the state. Unfortunately we are not given this option.
      The separation, while a good thing, created a new religion. The state has simply become a new religion. Now, people that do follow a religion are actually following two religions. Even atheists can no longer claim atheism unless they are anarchists as well.

    • Ah yes the many illusions ? I don’t think anybody on the planet can actually count them all or even begin to account for them. I too am not at all against any religion, but I long ago realized they have all been polluted by men. Not at all any different than our own government. So both governments and nearly all established religions have morphed into simple control mechanisms and rather grand business entities it seems. They of course bounce off of one another and reinforce one another as the grand illusions that keep many people from actually thinking of what is really taking place in every aspect of our lives.There are very big differences in ones spiritual beliefs and moral code and most established religions of today. Many times quite opposites. They simply are not what was the original intention. Ponder this tidbit ? Constantine actually dictated that Christianity be the only legal religion of the Roman empire. That all came about and created the Council of Nicaea which was the group of high priests that decided what books would go into the Bible and which would not ? That is how they got rid of the Gnostics and the Essenes. So political figures determined the basis of Christianity and it has morphed into what we see today ! That same time frame (280AD to about 380) was when Islam was founded so a lot of stuff going on in the three Abrahamic religions all at the same time frame. Within about a 75 to 100 years time frame all of these things happened. So what was Divine and what was simply TPTB of that time frame bending the prior religions to their own control mechanisms ? Dios any of this sound familiar to today here in USSA ? Definitely more to the story than we have all been told. All three came from the same source? Abraham.
      I am not dissing anything just pointing out the historical facts. In fact I likely pray more than many and I am quite certain there is a higher power and God exist. But I do not claim to know who or what that entity is nor do I insist anybody think as I do about any of it. I think it all goes back much farther than we realize to any truth? I discuss it all in detail and then some ? No question I think the ten commandments are very good principles and moral concepts to live by ! And yes governments disobey them every second of everyday, always have actually, well before Constantine.
      As an aside just imagine the wealth of knowledge that was lost at the fire in Alexandria when the libraries were burned ? I imagine this to be the MOST significant event of any I can think of. What would we know differently had this not happened and how many events like Constantine’s decisions have shaped our world and many lives ever since those early days ? And what about those horrific days of Spanish Inquisition ? Was that Divine as well ? So there are a lot of weeds to separate from the chaffe !

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