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George Hoppes


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Join date : 2015-02-21
Age : 55
Location : In the Forrest

PostSubject: There are MANY MANY WAYS    Wed Mar 04, 2015 10:07 am

Greetings Comrades,

A little about myself: I am a 100% service connected disabled veteran, a Father of three, I live off the grid and I advocate for many worthy projects. None of these projects as worthy as the Farm Resettlement Congress movement.

What I want to say is this movement is about WE THE PEOPLE and many Veterans already get that. Many Veterans can identify with the lack of care the government has for its' Veterans. The FRC is a movement independent of government money, it is funded by we the people.

If we can not feed ourselves first then we have failed. If we do not have the energy we need then We have failed. If we wait for the government to come take care of us when tragedy happens then we have failed. The reality is, we as a nation are 3 days away from starvation. If and when the trucks stop rolling what then? most answer "Fema will take care of us or I have a gun".

The FRC has a 20 yr plan to restore food and energy to We the people.
Please take the time to check out the website and I will be happy to answer any questions
Especially How the plan includes the Veteran and how especially the "Disabled Veteran"
have a place in the plan
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