Revolution beckons ‘rural’ lifestyle

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Living in an urban majority, filled with all the techno-gadgets that seem to perpetually cause brain damage, control the minds, and hold most of society spellbound & dependent, it would be nice to see a change.  Backward as it may sound, a revolution that beckons for a rural lifestyle would do more good than harm.

Anti-control and anti-dependence should take place, along with the old adage “we need to work together” could also transpire during this progression that leads to less needs upon corporate systems.

The problem is, we have too many dependencies due to sheer laziness & unadulterated ignorance, and too much manipulation from the governmental system…or maybe the government simply manipulates the people, you decide.

In the U.S., we have welfare & disability-benefit-abuse that adds to middle-class burdens.  The working, tax-paying “middle class” people are the weight-carriers for a lot of these apathetic beings.  I know, and I’ve seen and heard about too many people that have feigned ailments just to draw free money or individuals who intentionally have excessive amounts of kids to collect more free, good ol’ welfare funds & food stamps.  I’ve worked in grocery stores & retail before, and I’ve seen the governmental “funded individuals” who never work, buy the expensive steaks and seafood (with free money) while the actual “workers” often have to settle for bologna and hot dogs – it is fucking sickening!  I understand there is a major glitch in this world known as the big-city, sophisticated life that harbors drones, but more people need to start living a rural-type life – even if you live in an urban area, to get back in touch with what life actually is.

Lets get back to a tangible life that actually is living, instead of our primary focus being on egotistically mechanical, man-made contraptions.

You want to throw corporations in a whirl?  Start buying less from big businesses and start doing more for yourself.  Move out of the damn city, if possible.  Grow your own food, hunt & fish for your own meat, build your own things, be frugal when you do have to shop, claim your own countryside, and get the hell away from these freaks of monetary obsession.  I know, this requires a lot of effort outside of the normalities of society.

Don’t let the saying “working for a living” become a folklore.  What I’m saying may seem like nonsense now, but if ignored, the controlling factors of governments & corporations will just sink their teeth into your futuristic freedom, even further.

Take the prior verbiage as poppycock or with whatever type of seasoning you like, but a revolution against this controlled world not only requires individuality, but it beckons for a rural lifestyle and/or one that isn’t materialistic; one that is realistic!

WildGrass

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