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Richard D. Wolff, Jewish Communist economist, mocks the idea of growing gardens to supplement one’s diet

Professor Wolff is a cornucopianist with no concept of finite resources.  He believes in magic — that with Communist redistribution, there’s plenty for everybody, including people who sit around and do nothing.  Those who do not sow, should be able to reap infinite rewards and have as many children as they please to boot.

At 1 hour, 2 minutes, and 30 seconds, Wolff mocks food gardening with a reference to “growing arugula in the cracks of your driveway.”

I’m sure the good professor doesn’t know that one can actually grow quite a bit of wholesome, healthy, non-disease causing food on the typical suburban property.

I actually know poor people, who actually go hungry at times. I wonder how many people Richard D. Wolff for whom has actually provided food –and not just buying it, but grew it and provided it. I recently had a 16 year old boy dig potatoes from my garden and take home a 10 pound bag of spuds, a head of cabbage, and some tomatoes. His family will eat those potatoes for a week, for 3 hours of work. What a hate crime, eh? There’s going to be a lot more of this sort of thing, and there’s nothing wrong with it.

Wolff’s whole shtick fails because he doesn’t acknowledge energy or resource at all. It’s all just “magic” to him. I’d be more qualified for his professor of economics job, because at least I acknowledge that food comes from farms, not from the magical infinite food machine.

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16 comments on “Richard D. Wolff, Jewish Communist economist, mocks the idea of growing gardens to supplement one’s diet

  1. Hipster Racist
    September 24, 2014

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist and commented:

    Fuck the Jews; Victory Gardens FTW.

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  2. Hipster Racist
    September 24, 2014

    FYI – I haven’t bought eggs or vegetables since I moved. We even make our own electricity!

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    • mindweapon
      September 24, 2014

      Really? Wow! You are growing veg and raising chickens yourself? good for you!

      Ya know, I like chicken eggs because they are a complete animal protein and don’t require killing the animal. Renewable animal protein. And the chickens don’t mind giving us eggs one bit. All in a day’s work.

      However, feeding the chickens is an issue. They need protein, not just grains and greens. THey say 1/3 grain, 1/3 greens, 1/3 critters/protein. I don’t raise insect larvae, but it’s something I would or will do when food production becomes more critical. Crickets and mealworms seem to be teh most promising. Another thing you can do for the chickens is if you go fishing and eat the fish, give them the parts of the fish you don’t eat — the guts, the bones, the head. Or, if you catch unpalatable fish like carp, just give them the whole thing. I remember in Russia they would eat salted carp. It was “karp” in Russian, too, and I said, “you gotta be kidding me? You’re eating carp? Bottom feeders? Yechhh!” But if you drink enough vodka you don’t care that you’re eating a fish which vacuums up the toxic sludge of the bottom of the Moscow River, LOL!

      There’s a hippie farmer dude in town from me who buys my produce for resale. He’s got his own farm, with weekly subscribers, but he is so popular he runs out of food. So he buys from hobby gardeners like me and resells at twice what he paid us. When food prices go through the roof, I’m betting that this is going to be the model of food production and sales — a few well known full time wholesalers in town buying from hobby gardeners and reselling to the public.

      You can’t imagine how awesome it’s going to be when food is expensive enough that it’s no longer taken for granted. Cheap food created such an unnatural and unhealthy state of civilization.

      When food is expensive, men will be men again and women will be women again. Women will appreciate when a man brings in a load of food he got by hook or by crook, and the women will set to work preparing and preserving it.

      When food is expensive again, the bad boyz will lose some of their coolness unless they are good at swindling/stealing, which might get them killed before they reproduce. A staid, solid man who knows how to coax 10 pounds of potatoes per row-foot, how to keep chickens fed through the winter, and maybe how to grow some things and/or ferment some things for recreational/pharmaceutical uses, will get his well deserved Sexual Market Value.

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 24, 2014

        I got lucky, Whisperer is an expert on these things so I leave it to her. But we have serious acreage, serious veggies and multiple-dozens of chickens. Of course, being a girl, she doesn’t like killing the animals so I just buy meat for myself from the locals.

        Of course, I’m in charge of the off-grid electricity, which is actually easier than it seems. Wind and solar. We could actually make an income selling electricity back to the grid, but that’s not quite yet, coming soon.

        I swear, people should send us their white kids to learn farm labor and the like, plus, we’re just a half hour outside the big city, so it’s the best of both worlds. Plus, we have sat internet so – really – what are we missing from being way the fuck out in the country? Nothing, really. We have it made. It’s like Utopia.

        I’m so happy I left ‘Merka and the bastards can’t get us here. I’m living the dream, dude. Plus she’s totally hot. Blonde haired, blue eyed, professional paid model, has been on the covers of magazines.

        Hipster Racist is living the good life – fuck ’em!

        Also, we border the river. It’s pretty small, but the river plus rainwater and we’re off the municipal water supply too. So, quite literally, we are “off grid” in every way that matters. Once I get a still set up, I won’t even need to buy liquor. I already have some wine fermenting.

        Living the dream, dude, you have no idea.

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      • mindweapon
        September 24, 2014

        so you are outside the USA? Are you in Europe or SOuth Ameica?

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  3. asmoday20
    September 24, 2014

    The video on top shows him spouting off as though these are his ideas. He’s a hypermarxist. His books are tripe and he still thinks communism 1.0 is a good idea; lists Lenin, Engles and Marx as influences.
    My point is — nothing good was, is or will spout from those lips.

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    • mindweapon
      September 24, 2014

      People will listen to Wolff because he promises free shit. That’s why it’s necessary to talk about people like him and debunk the pies in the sky that they promise.

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      • asmoday20
        September 24, 2014

        Free shit is the promise of the new american dream. There seems to be little honor in the idea of hard work anymore. The lunch conversation yesterday at work dealt in having sex with midgets and trannies; never been so glad to forget my lunch. This is the pie in the sky some chase.

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  4. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog
    September 24, 2014

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

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  5. Operation Werwolf
    September 24, 2014

    What a delusional pal.

    Self-sufficiency is the way to go.

    Check this out:

    You’d never see this today…

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    • mindweapon
      September 24, 2014

      Actually, this stuff is going on. There’s a Young Farmer’s Almanac coming out, and I have 3 entries in it.

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      • Operation Werwolf
        September 24, 2014

        Wow! Impressive. Do let know when it comes out.

        Is it an official US govt publication, though? The above poster was distributed officially by the federal government.

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      • mindweapon
        September 24, 2014

        No, nothing to do with the US government. Just hippies.

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      • Operation Werwolf
        September 24, 2014

        Haha, right 🙂

        Well that’s precisely what I meant there – you’d never see the govt (anywhere, not just the US) officially supporting such things.

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      • mindweapon
        September 24, 2014

        The government does some stuff to support local agriculture, but these are minimal compared to the billions in ag subsidies given to corporate factory farms. Food isn’t actually cheap, they just give mountains of corporate welfare so that they can sell it way below the cost of production.

        When the US gov’t goes broke, and/or magic bullets such as Roundup Ready herbicides fail to superweeds, and/or the aquifers are drawn down so they can’t use fossil water to water massive corn crops any more, or the soil base erodes to a certain point, watch food prices skyrocket and home gardening and small farming will take off. Be ready!

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  6. Paul Barboza
    September 14, 2015

    I’m all about growing your own food, making your own energy (solar, wind, geo-thermal). I’m new to listening to Prof Wolff. But so far I like most of what I hear. Wealth is manipulated, either by the rich few or the masses. Right now I think it has been distributed on a way lop-sided scale to the few. That needs to be adjusted in a fair way. For the most part millionaires/billionaires become so on the backs of laborers.
    CEO’s don’t work 220 times harder then their average worker, but they get paid that way. it’s because they have too much power, not because they deserve it. Unions , all the way. Down with the “free” trade agreements. let’s put tariffs on imports. That will bring manufacturing jobs back to the US.

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