The Importance of Homesteading

In the past few months, we have seen a total of 18 food processing plants get burned down in states like Texas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and California. This comes a few months after President Biden announced that food shortages are going to be very likely. These shortages are the fault (of course) of Vladimir Putin. While these factories getting burned to the ground doesn't seem overly alarming, people should be concerned. The price for basic food items like meat, milk, eggs, and more have gone up tremendously. Now these food processing factories are being destroyed? 

The Establishment, however, isn't concerned that Americans are struggling to survive. No, it's all about sending aid to Ukraine. President Biden just asked for more of taxpayers' dollars to be sent to Ukraine. Why aren't we helping our own citizens? People are living paycheck to paycheck more than ever. But the current administration doesn't care. At the White House Correspondent Dinner, Joe Biden actually had the nerve to laugh at Trevor Noah mentioning how the price for gas, rent, and food is up. These people do not have your best interests at heart. 

How do 18 food factories just randomly blow up or get burned down? Nobody is talking about this. I often see the comment, "While the world was focused on Elon Musk and the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial, nobody was watching how 18 food processing factories burned down?" I disagree. I have been following what happened with these food factories, and alerting my family/friends/followers. I've also been closely following the Johnny Depp trial (which I have made clear). Don't just assume that just because I haven't been talking about one subject that I haven't been paying attention. Continuing on, as this was not the point of this article. On Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker stated the following: "Industrial accidents happen, of course. But this is a lot of industrial accidents at food processing facilities at the same time the president is warning us about food shortages." This is suspicious activity, and I am willing to bet that there is more to this story than we are really being told, but that's not the point of this article. What I want to explain is the importance of homesteading. 

What is homesteading? In basic terminology, it's leading a self-sufficient life. By raising your own animals and growing your own crops, you are not dependent on the government and major corporations to feed your family. That's what my family and I do. Nobody is saying you have to start out big with a ton of animals and vegetables. Don't make the mistake my dad made with our goats. You're going to have bumps along the way, but the reward is there. My family almost fully provide for ourselves. We are still growing, but we are getting there. Is this hard work? Yes. Are there days I am ready to collapse from exhaustion? Absolutely. Do I enjoy what I do? 100%. You will find a way to enjoy farm life and homesteading. Personally speaking, I never wanted to be a farmer. When my dad got our first set of goats, I cussed him out. I told him it would be a cold day in hell before I helped with the goats. Unfortunately, my parents got COVID, and I got stuck with the farm work. In that time, however, my sister and I both had an awakening to how important this work is. Now, we both love being around the animals. She's the chicken expert/whisperer/wrangler, I am the goat expert/whisperer/wrangler. Follow me on Instagram @youngpatriotrising to see my goat stuff!

With everything happening with food shortages, the need for land is there. I highly recommend getting a piece of land for now, in case anything happens in the future. Because we don't know when the day will come where we have bread lines. I pray to God it doesn't happen, but with the times we are living in, you never know. 

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