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Everyone has entertained the idea of what they would do in the case of a zombie apocalypse, how they would prepare themselves for a long-term survival… but that is just a fun, silly fiction.
Throughout history reality proved to be much harsher, and with the constant expansion of the state, communist central planning through money printing, central banking, federal reserves, corporate welfare and skyrocketing debt, we are rapidly reaching the point of no return, to face even worse outcomes than US has experienced in the time of the Great Depression.
As the economically disruptive power of the corrupt government grows amok, it is ever more likely that soon we will be visited by the three horseman of the food apocalypse, and they bring with them a deadly social and economic crisis.
Alec Deacon, a survival expert and author of many best-selling books including the Backyard Liberty System, and survival manuals offers a unique solution for the lethal problem of interrupted food supply. But first, you need to understand the scope of the danger world once again faces due to irresponsible, rampant governments.
Three horseman of the food apocalypse
The first horseman is Greed as the US turned on the printing machine and dumped two trillion dollars in the laps of the biggest banks through what they deceitfully call “quantitative easing”. Supposedly, all this money should go back into the economy, to help ordinary people get by. Yet greedy banks invest this money into food commodities like corn and soy because they’re way more profitable, so when they buy hundreds of millions of dollars of food, the global market takes a double punch.
The result is what we have already seen happen under Lenin, Stalin and Mao ZeDong – massive famine, as is always the case with communist central planning we have gradually embraced with each governmental growth spurt.
Today, this communist central planning is done indirectly through the criminal speculation in commodity prices which is causing them to soar even higher, likely to cause food inflation and mass starvation. All created and empowered by the expansion of the government to all areas of life when state sponsored socialist corporatism becomes the norm.
You might have seen it already happening with the food packages getting smaller and smaller: 24 slices of cheese turned into a 22 slice package, 3 oz of salmon shrank into 2.6 oz, 18 ounces of peanut butter melted into 16.3 oz…
Inflation is now affecting everything. Last year, Mexico’s former president Felipe Calderon practically begged the banks to stop speculating in foods.
When this all comes into place the second horseman comes galloping and his name is Chaos. Food prices are almost a perfect predictor of mass social unrest as we have seen happen recently in Egypt and Syria.
The third horseman of the food apocalypse is Destruction, right now there are over 46 million Americans living on food stamps. To put that into perspective that is a food line of such magnitude that would be able to surround the Equator. And 20 million of them are children. What do you think will happen when these children look at their parents with sad, hungry eyes?
Everything is now interconnected, so when a disaster strikes all it takes is a few lockdowns of key sectors and the entire US food supply system will freeze. This means that US doesn’t even have to be a warzone, for you to be unable to feed your family.
If trucks can’t haul food across America or if panicked mobs loot the superstores in your area, your family is left at the mercy of an incompetent, corrupt government which created the mess in the first place.
Try skipping 3 meals of food per day, and you will see how it messes with your head, and the food becomes the only thing you can think of as you get increasingly aggressive in trying to acquire it.
In a crisis situation food becomes the only currency.
Long-term survival solution
The bottom line is that you need your own food reserve to survive, but where to start?
Fishing, foraging or hunting might some like a good idea until 500 desperate hunters are shooting at the same deer. Remember how game went almost extinct during the great depression.
A good place to start is a 3 month stockpile of freeze-dried survival food, which will sent you back $1900 for a family of 4. However, for the scenario that is likely to transpire you would need at least a couple of years’ worth of food.
This can only be accomplished with a technique called “aquaponics”, the same technique the people of Gaza were using in an arid warzone. Even if they had no water, no money, no fertile soils, no space to grow food, and no time to do it either.
Alec came across a better method from 8000 miles away, from one of his subscribers in arid Australia, amidst record-setting temperatures and severe water restrictions, spending 20 times less money on a survival stockpile than most preppers would. From a tiny 300sq ft backyard every single month he was getting around:
80lbs of juicy tomatoes, 15 lbs of bell peppers, 60 lbs of delicious zucchini, 60 lbs of cucumbers, along with onions, beets, radishes, spinach, and even some carrots. On top of that he was getting about 700 lbs of fish every single year.
The whole system had cost him $6000 and because of the climate specifics, it wouldn’t even work in the US.
Aquaponics – the perfect symbiosis
An aquaponics system is a pocket-sized garden of Eden, where fish and plants sustain each other in an almost perfect balance. The plants purify the water for the fish while fish do all the hard work for you, fertilizing the plants with their waste.
Aquaponics is a successful merger of soil-less practice of hydroponics (used by NASA on the ISS) and fish farming.
Hydroponics requires very little space, gives high yields throughout the year, but it is complicated to set-up, requires a lot of water and the nitrogen-rich plant food can be very expensive. Fish farming on the other hand gives you all the protein you need that you can’t get from vegetables, but is also impractical and dirty, eventually creating enough waste that is toxic to the fish. And filtering that waste can get really expensive really fast.
Aquaponics gets the best from hydroponics and fish farming, with none of the drawbacks.
The ammonia-rich fish waste is turned into the perfect plant food, while plants purify the water for the fish.
It’s a win-win-win situation, for the plants, for the fish, and most importantly – for you.
With the help of Nate Storey, a holder of PhD and a part-time inventor, who specializes in designing high density vertical aquaponics systems, Alec understood that this is the only sustainable path to take.
Alec paid Nate to help him devise an aquaponics system that is cheap and easy to make, without any academic mumbo-jumbo, so it could be assembled by anyone, no matter if they had zero experience in any kind of manual labor.
While Alec provided the survival and preparedness knowledge, Nate brought his 10 years of aquaponics research.
The final result is a step-by-step system, called “Backyard Liberty – The Smart, Easy Way to Food Independence” that anyone could use to make a low-maintenance cyclic food dispenser for the total cost of just $190, or even less, depending on the materials available in your local stores.
Backyard Liberty is an ultimate survival insurance for a long-term interruption in the food supply that makes your family recession-proof and disaster-proof.
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