It is imperative that our farmers markets, community cooperatives, family farms and businesses honor Vermont and do not sell out to Flatlanders.
In today’s world many of our school children and college students have been taught that all truth is relative, that there are no enduring moral standards, that there is no such thing as good and evil, and that it is wrong to make any judgment that something is good or evil. In our criminal system, inability to tell good from evil is considered a sign of criminal insanity. Public education is deliberately training our young people to be unable to tell good from evil, and thus become criminally insane.
The Marxists of the 1960’s and 70’s have hijacked the identity of Vermont lowering standards of education, degrading our women (through abortion which leads to promiscuous irresponsibility and prostitution), feminizing our men (through homosexuality, transgenderism, and the erosion of the warrior spirit), separating families (divorce, the high cost of living, turning children against their parents via the education system) and cutting us off from our spiritual heritage (the idea of indefinite progress, wage slavery, and consumption of any and all resources).
“Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws.” – Plato
We must relight the glory that is Værmonπ
Rural and elusive folks are far more attuned to the cosmic forces and the rhythms of the earth.
When you support your tribe, you are honoring the memory of your ancestors and descendants yet to be. Both the external (appearance, dress, dialect) and the internal (values) must be whole in order to be true to yourself and your family, imbalance comes when you lose touch with that wholeness and separate from your family, your people.
We can affect the other world, and the other world can affect us. When you think you are alone all your ancestors are watching you. Honor your ancestors by living a life which they would be proud of.