Annother very powerful and pertinent article by Jon Rappoport. I know that, like myself, some people find Jon’s articles repetitive after a while, but this isn’t one of those. This one makes you THINK. I was raised essentially in the wilderness of Northern Canada and never experienced city life until I was 16 years old. I hate city life and I’m always shocked when I realize that most of man’s population now resides in cities, and most of those live in sub-human conditions which are worsening, and deliberately being worsened. City people are prisoners and slaves of the Status Quo grid. They can be throttled in a week just be shutting down the power grid that maintains the city, and the only reason the grid is kept up is because of greed: it makes money. This article talks about an alternative to being the slave of the grid: growing your own food within the inner city environment. Unfortunately for the city slaves self-empowerment and self-sufficiently are the enemies of the Power elites. They need trapped consumers, especially of the addicted variety, something they can depend on for their rising profits.