Insights and Intelligence: A Collection of Essays and A Creation Story

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By Vincent Boccarossa © 2020

An Agricultural Revolution

The study of agriculture and its roots in society span centuries of time, cultures, and human existence on this planet. In the past two hundred years with the rise of an industrial age now followed by a technocratic octopus with tentacles in all corners of the globe, many people have lost their connection to nature and to a natural food supply. It was the result of a gradual decimation of native cultures, small farmers, and localized food production replaced with a globalization model that continues to wreak havoc on people’s health, on their livelihoods, on the soil, and on the ecosystem of this planet. Many crucial topics are presently being discussed; however, an agricultural revolution focused on permaculture practices and localized self-sustainability is high on the priority list.

I have an older friend who was raised on a dairy farm in Michigan about thirty miles south of the capital of Lansing.  In the 1970’s he bought forty acres for his family in the northern “industrial” city of East Jordan; it had a factory that manufactured steel sewer covers and that is what made this small, country town “industrial.” On one of my many visits to the “north country” from the city suburbs of Detroit, I met one of his friends who gave me a book entitled Unforgiven… the American Economic System SOLD for Debt and War, by Charles Walters. This book opened my eyes to agricultural history and a system known as “applied raw materials economics” championed by several people including Carl H. Wilken who Walters interviews in his book. The “grandfather” of this economic model was none other than Ben Franklin, and the following excerpt illuminates this fact in Wilken’s own words…

“Don’t forget one very important man we had in the United States. That was Ben Franklin. He said there are three ways for a nation to become wealthy. First, by war, and taking away the wealth of another by force. Second, by trade, which to make a profit requires something cheap. Third, by agriculture, whereby planting a seed you create new wealth as if by a miracle.

Let me analyze that for you. The farmer can take a grain of corn and put it in the ground and in 120 days it will send up a stalk and an ear of corn, maybe two ears of corn, with 700 or 800 grains. And each one of those grains will have as much food value as the initial grain planted. In other words, in agriculture, you have the source of continued reproduction of the energy absolutely essential to human existence. Now you don’t have that situation in other raw materials. You can’t plant a pound of copper and grow 500 pounds of copper. Agriculture is the only renewable source.

Approximately 30% of raw materials used in operating the American economy come from mines and pits… gravel, stone, coal, petroleum, and so on. Some 70% of the raw materials used to operate the economy come from farms. These are the raw materials needed to operate industrial America. The cycle starts with raw material production. Why? It has its origin in the laws of energy, and the whole of human existence has to do with using energy.”

– Carl H. Wilken, from the book “Unforgiven… the American Economic System SOLD for Debt and War”, by Charles Walters

This passage stuck in my mind as I began to rethink and revisit FDR’s New Deal programs of the 1930s and reconcile with the truth hidden within the corridors of elite power circles both nationally and internationally. The “great depression” like all financial panics was orchestrated by the international banking cabal forcing FDR to make a “new deal” in order to pacify the people and put them back to work; FDR then signed Executive Order 6102 on June 5th, 1933 “calling in” nearly all the gold at $20.67 per ounce. The following year the Gold Reserve Act was passed and gold was quickly priced at $35 per ounce making a nice “side deal” to fund FDR’s Exchange Stabilization Fund.

In an article written by Dinesh D’Souza that was adapted from his book Death of a Nation, he accurately concludes…

“Buried here in the archives of history, is incontestable evidence that FDR’s progressive New Dealers and the fascists, both in Italy and in Germany viewed each other as ideological comrades on the same side of the aisle. They all recognized fascism to be on the left. They praised each other and adopted each other’s policies. This is the crushing historical truth that progressives now try to conceal by foisting the fascist label on a man who has nothing to do with fascism, Donald Trump.”

– Dinesh D’Souza

In all fairness to FDR and the forces that were opposed to his policies, historian and strategic analyst Matthew Ehret ( dissects this topic in his essay entitled “How to Crush a Bankers’ Dictatorship: How the Great Reset of 1933 Was Thwarted by FDR” as the following passages elucidate…

“Those who criticize the New Deal today ignore the fact that its failures have more to do with Wall Street sabotage than anything intrinsic to the program. For example, JP Morgan tool Lewis Douglass (U.S. Budget Director) forced the closure of the Civil Works Administration in 1934 resulting in the firing of all 4 million workers.

The bankers didn’t limit themselves to financial sabotage during this time, but also attempted a fascist military coup which was exposed by Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler in his congressional testimony of November 20, 1934. Butler had testified that the plan was begun in the Summer of 1933 and organized by Wall Street financiers who tried to use him as a puppet dictator leading 500 000 American Legion members to storm the White House. As Butler spoke, those same financiers had just set up an anti-New Deal organization called the American Liberty League, which fought to keep America out of the war in defense of an Anglo-Nazi fascist global government that they wished to partner with.  

The American Liberty league only changed tune when it became evident that Hitler had become a disobedient Frankenstein monster who wasn’t content in a subservient position to Britain’s idea of a New World Order. In response to the Liberty League’s agenda FDR said, “some speak of a New World Order, but it is not new and it is not order.”  While FDR’s struggle did change the course of history, his early death during the first months of his fourth term resulted in a fascist perversion of his post-war vision.

Rather than see the IMF, World Bank or UN used as instruments for the internationalization of the New Deal principles to promote long term, low interest loans for the industrial development of former colonies, FDR’s allies were ousted from power over his dead body, and they were recaptured by the same forces who attempted to steer the world towards a Central Banking Dictatorship in 1933.

The American Liberty League spawned into various “patriotic” anti-communist organizations, which took power with the FBI and McCarthyism under the fog of the Cold War. This is the structure that Eisenhower warned about when he called out “the Military Industrial Complex” in 1960 and which John Kennedy did battle with during his 900 days as president.”

Matthew Ehret

The new world order globalist agendas are clearly representing a Zionist/Fascist/Marxist state that is designed to enslave the entire world’s population. How else can you explain the absurd plan to vaccinate and “chip” every man, woman, and child on the planet? Or the equally despotic scheme to control all food distribution and food production with genetically modified crops thanks to the Monsanto monopoly that includes a history of pesticides like DDT, weapons of mass destruction like Agent Orange, and now their Roundup products that are eroding the vitality of the soil and contaminating our water sources.

By the early 1970s during the Nixon administration, the policies of globalization would undermine thousands of small farmers and businesses causing bankruptcies and foreclosures on farm properties nationwide. The Secretary of Agriculture, Eric “Rusty” Butz challenged the New Deal programs with an agribusiness corporate model for massive large-scale farming with the mantra “get big or get out.” In retrospect, it was a “new kind of New Deal” exploiting cheap labor abroad and sending middle-class Americans to the unemployment line.

What many people fail to realize is that the agenda was always and continues to be a global one; hence, why they call it globalization and coined their own phrase a “new world order.” Butz and his cronies were furthering these agendas now positioned on the right side of the political aisle; this one-party two-party charade has fractured, marginalized, and even silenced intelligent, honest, hard-working people across the nation.

The solidarity necessary to create an agricultural revolution is ever-present and now is the time to move in that direction on a grassroots level, at the state level, at the national level, and on an international platform. In the book Alternatives to Economic Globalization, editor John Cavanagh presents it this way…

“Sold to the world as a panacea for all problems, economic globalization has not lived up to its advertising. It has not lifted the poor; it has instead brought record disparities in income and wealth between rich and poor nations, and rich and poor within nations. It has greatly inhibited democracy and social justice; it has destroyed local communities and pushed farmers off their traditional lands. And it has accelerated the greatest environmental breakdown in history. The only real beneficiaries of globalization are the world’s largest corporations and their top officials, and the global bureaucracies they helped to create.”

– John Cavanagh, from the book “Alternatives to Economic Globalization”

 The ramifications of the “covid-19 plandemic” and decades of globalization policies have been detrimental to organic food production and local distribution networks. In the United States, eighty-five percent of beef production is dominated by four companies Tyson, Cargill, National Beef, and JBS; seventy-four percent of pork production by Tyson, Horme, Smithfield, and JBS; and fifty-four percent of chicken production by Sanderson Farms, Pilgrims, Tyson, and Purdue; these factory-style farms is the model for mass food production attempting to “86” organic and smaller family farms. Another disturbing fact is the 260 mega-processing plants nationwide, which have been conveniently targeted for “health reasons;” there are also over 1700 smaller processing plants that have also been targeted because of the covid-19 flu.  With the current model, these plants are essential for farmers, big or small, to move their product into the massive, global food chain.

I have a friend, Dan DeLanghe, who is a small farmer in Marshall, Minnesota who “births” roughly sixty calves each winter and plants his crops on roughly three hundred acres. His older brother Donnie farms over 2,500 acres and buys calves that they raise, feed, and then sell on the market; Donnie has recently handed the reins of his farming operations over to his son. The DeLanghe brothers were both born and raised on a family farm raising cattle and crops; farms like this are at the heart of rural America and they are one example of a family paying it forward to the next generation.

I remember when I was in Marshall in 2001 and noticed a Wal-Mart superstore there. Who thought that the trillion-dollar behemoth chain would become the largest distributor of food worldwide? And what was one of their stores doing in this predominant farming community? A deep dive into the Wal-Mart matrix is worthwhile if one can stomach it.

What needs to be further examined are the key players, companies, and foundations that are pushing these agendas and the alarming connections between GMOs and Monsanto, geoengineering, vaccines, and Big Pharma, and eugenics programs. We also can add the Gates, Clinton, Rockefeller, and Carnegie foundations and the Rothschild family dynasty as major players. How can we allow and trust these global elites with their selected team of academic professors, scientists, chemists, and media pundits who are all bought and paid generously for their “contributions” to help mankind and “save us” from things like global warming and deadly viruses? The truth is we can no longer trust them at all and exposing their machinations is crucial to maintain our ecosystem and to sustain a healthy, thriving humanity.

To shine a light on this global cabal from an insider’s perspective I am reminded of John Perkins’ book Confessions of An Economic Hitman and the following passage is illuminating…

“Economic hit men (EHMs) are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. They funnel money from the World Bank, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and other foreign “aid” organizations into the coffer of huge corporations and the pockets of a few wealthy families who control the planet’s natural resources. Their tools include fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder. They play a game as old as empire, but that has taken on new and terrifying dimensions during this time of globalization. I should know; I was an EHM.”

– John Perkins, from the book “Confessions of An Economic Hitman

Perkins changed the course of his life, wrote his story, and went on to create two nonprofit organizations Dream Change and The Pachamama Alliance dedicated to environmental sustainability. He continues to write and lecture around the world and can be found at

Back to the grassroots of rural America… Take Joel Salatin and his Polyface Farm model that he willingly shares in his books, lectures, interviews, and documentary films. Polyface Farms integrates permaculture, agriculture, animal husbandry, and sustainable forestry practices that can be modified and/or replicated to produce high-quality food in harmony with the natural world. Salatin’s enthusiasm for a lifestyle that many people have lost a “taste for” only fuels his passion to share his experience and knowledge because he knows most people prefer non-GMO, fresh, organic food and have not lost their taste for that. From his view to master the skills of building things, growing things, and like all farmers, repairing things is fundamental to a successful farmstead; he also places a high value on family bonds and healthy relationships providing food for thousands of people in his local region.

Another person offering a sustainable farming model is J.C. Cole at; his thirteen American “Gray Swans” can be found at Robert David Steele’s public intelligence blog ( and outlines vulnerabilities in the current globalization model. James McCanney was another person interviewed by Steele; McCanney offers practical and affordable solutions for energy, food, and water with his highly efficient wind generators, with his idea to convert shopping strip malls into vertical farm spaces, with his water filtration systems and his custom storage containers.

The Nebraska farmer and activist Trent Loos (, who I had the pleasure to meet on the ARISE USA tour in California, is a true patriot speaking truth to the farming and land crisis in the United States.  In many places we are losing our land and mineral rights to the federal government.  They have been doing this to Native American tribes for over two centuries and that has been documented in several books like Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, by Dee Brown and David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon:  The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI. 

My friend Cindy Trimble has been an advocate for hemp in both Texas and Colorado encouraging the farmers to shift their GMO crops to organic hemp. Her grassroots efforts and direct communications with the Washington D.C. Farm Bill Committee leaders may help pave the way for farmers to have the legal right to grow hemp. The history of hemp and cannabis goes back centuries and many civilizations around the world have used them for a variety of medicinal and practical uses. It is a disturbing reality when we have to fight for our right to cultivate crops and plants that actually benefit humanity. While in places like Afghanistan, the global cabal keeps poppy plants growing and well protected in order to feed a steady supply of opium into the black market and into neighborhoods around the world.

On another note, the documentary film “A Future of Abundance” narrated by Peter Diamandis reveals innovations that are being designed and implemented to varying degrees in the world today as well as the world we create for the future. And on a side note, I highly recommend the Stella Natura biodynamic planting calendar. It is a simple way to track the astronomical movements of the sun, moon, and planets in relation to the astrological constellations as well as charting monthly planting cycles. It also reveals a person’s true “sun sign” from a sidereal perspective rather than the false, inaccurate “tropical” astrology system.

For decades people in alternative circles have talked about a host of inventions that have been kept hidden or “shelved” by buying and controlling patents, by maintaining secrecy through non-disclosure agreements and other more nefarious methods, and by suppressing any kind of exposure whatsoever of such practices. More people today are familiar with Tesla’s story and how he was “sidelined” by bankers and investors choosing Edison’s model and using Guglielmo Marconi as their frontman reaping ungodly profits for over a century.

It is becoming clearly apparent that to create a healthy, sustainable world we the people must first challenge those who are opposed to such a harmonious and prosperous vision opting instead for a one-world order. I think people are finally beginning to realize the implications and true intentions of this warped, global cabal and are taking a stand for liberty, freedom, and our individual sovereignty.

We have the tools to create and the people deserve to have clean drinkable water, low-income housing, and affordable energy costs; granted, in some parts of the world this is more challenging than other places. However, even in developed nations, there is ample room for improvement and overall efficiency; most people in the U.S. do not drink their own tap water. In a state like Michigan that has water-bottling plants, both Detroit and the city of Flint have had major water problems; this is unacceptable. Hardworking, blue-collar, middle-class Americans have been misled and misinformed by those who were supposed to represent them; and the angst in this melting pot culture is starting to boil. At what point will the lid blow off?

The swamp of politics is more like a cesspool of cabal elitists who are in the process of being dethroned if not beheaded for the most horrific crimes against humanity. Their laundry list of criminal acts includes money laundering, racketeering, blackmail, pedophilia, human and child trafficking, drug smuggling, and treason. Slowly but surely these notorious characters will be exposed and brought to justice for we have them on the ropes and in our scopes adjusting our aim accordingly and with just prudence.

Since I was born in Michigan and moved to California in my twenties, my view of this state often feels like that of an outsider or an explorer from the 1850s on a gold quest; and I did find the gold, but it was more spiritual than physical. I have lived on the fringe of this young soul culture and remained outside of the box in my thinking, so when I propose this vision for California it is not without hurdles and obstacles.

There is a potential in California that could create an agricultural revolution with all organic food production utilizing biodynamic farming, permaculture practices, and Joel Salatin’s approach to animal husbandry.

The water issue can be remedied by building desalinization plants on the coast and pumping water to the inland valleys; roughly 25% of the water in California is for business and residential use; 75% is utilized by the farmers, so it is essential that alternative water sources are created to keep the water flowing to the farms.

By eliminating all GMO’s, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers, farmers can begin the process of rebuilding and revitalizing the soil. The book that comes to mind is Secrets of the Soil:  New Solutions for Restoring our Planet, first published in 1989 by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird. This classic study on alternatives for soil maintenance and soil restoration is a must-read for those interested in this subject.

My vision includes a state law like an Organic Food Production Act that has a provision for farmworkers to have clean, drinkable water, affordable housing and energy, education for their children, and all the basic comforts of any hard-working person. The immigration issue in California needs to be fully addressed, but so does the quality of living conditions for the average farmworker that remains at a poverty level; which is not the best way to treat people who are growing and harvesting the food. As part of this vision farmworkers and truck drivers could create “cooperatives” where fresh produce and meats are sold at a discount for them. These co-ops are set up by the farm owners themselves as yet another way to distribute their products as well as serving the established food chains.

The “co-op” model is nothing new and fosters more local distribution rather than global distribution; although global networks will not disappear overnight and if managed properly can also be efficient for certain products with proper tariffs in place. It would also be difficult to stop all the major supermarket chains and Wal-Marts in California from importing GMO products and other foodstuffs. The tentacles of the globalization octopus in regards to food supply chains and the distribution apparatus are something we need to harness and regain control of by managing commerce through fair trade agreements, humanitarian needs, and for self-sustainability purposes.

Instead, the international banking cabal is deliberately crippling free nations and thus creating a neoliberal indentured servitude worldwide. Basically, we are fast becoming their global slaves.  That’s right, keep on wearing those subservient masks and “digesting the crap” they are feeding people through fast food windows and on the TV screen.

More than likely, my idealistic vision for a state like California will not manifest in my lifetime. The golden state has been a popular haven for global elites and their agendas including control of Hollywood, the mainstream media channels and as a testing ground for their Zionist/Fascist/Marxist state. As for the current California governor, instead of an Organic Food Production bill, Newsom wants to outlaw all gasoline vehicles to placate the “global warming” threat. I think this guy has a few screws loose and he’s obviously a puppet politician for the deep state cabal. How he handled the “covid-19 hoax” is proof enough.

A couple of decades ago I read this book In the Absence of the Sacred by Jerry Mander and the following excerpt is relevant to an agricultural revolution emerging…

“Our society is characterized by an inability to leave anything in nature alone. Every piece of land, every creature, every mineral in the oceans, every growing plant, every mountain, every inch of desert is examined for its potential contribution to commercial development and exploitation, and to the expansion of the technological society… Even the essential building blocks of nature – the atom, the proton, the electron – are subject to commercial scrutiny. Where science can intervene science does so; corporations then package the process and sell it.” 

– Jerry Mande, from the book “In the Absence of the Sacred”

If GMO crops and scientists replace organic farmers, their seeds, their land, their chickens, and livestock, then we have lost the very foundation of a practical, productive, and self-sustainable world. They even want to patent the pig and the lemon! This is completely absurd and ludicrous, yet we have allowed it to happen and now we must do something about it. One approach is to educate, enlighten and expose the truth; in so doing, we will gradually raise the conscious awareness of our collective humanity in order to resist these Frankenstein-like experiments.

It is wise to remember an excerpt from the Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy

“In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.”

– excerpt from the Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy

May we also heal the seven generations that have come before us; for in any personal bloodline, it only takes one person in a family to initiate a ripple of healing. This person will often be labeled as the “black sheep” of the family for not fitting in, belonging, and conforming to the status quo, or to the dogmas of religion, politics, or the global cabal. In truth, it is because we are shepherds, not sheep regardless of the color; and in essence, it is because we are each individual sovereign beings.

There are several books and documentaries that explore these issues with two titles that stand out… Antifragile, by Nassim Taleb and Governing the Commons, by Elinor Ostrom that earned her a Nobel Peace in Economics. Both books are reviewed at In closing and as a direct response to globalization, the Swedish agricultural activist Helena Norberg-Hodge sums it up concisely and simply on her website

“A new human story founded on connection and diversity is emerging. It’s called localization.”

– Helena Norberg-Hodge
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