Farming the key to wealth and power

Farming the key to wealth and power

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Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jun 26, 2012
In this day and age the valuable piece of property is worthless homes and mansions with their housewives who are mere professional shoppers. In this day and age we need to live apart! To live close to each other is a bad idea! It is good to the government but not to people. Property is taxed to live in that house. Quarter acre homes cost in tax 12,000 a year! Yes, one might have to buy the land, but eventually it will pay of, especially in third world countries where there are no taxes. Farming has been taken over by the big commercial farmers with genetic modification of food and preservatives. Small farming is key to the world. Anyways, I will buy land in my country; I've already inherited land but will buy two hectares for 10 thousand. Is it worth it hell yeah! First of all, you look for land for what it will produce for you. Think can this land feed me and my family this is the first concern. Then, think can I find a community so that you can connect with other farmers to provide for the community at large, if I don't have tomatoes I can trade with other farmers. Blacks, the world is against you, the economy is collapsing and if you listen to professor anderson in "power economics" you will see that blacks will feel the brunt of it. You will be poorer than ever. Buy land, even one acre is good enough to grow vegetables and fruits, ducks and chickens. One acre can provide for cattle for. The dollar is no longer valuable! Do not be foolish the cave-beast will laugh at you in two years time at maximum.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Jun 26, 2012
Here is just some of the land I have inherited in my country.
Underneath these are my camels that I will inherit.
http://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/med...
Underneath my banana plantation.
http://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/med...
http://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/med...
That is only but many land i have inherited.
The point of this is that in the future the world will go back to a farming community time where he farmers become the elites.
Do you want to be a serf or a lord? I'm currently in the process of starting up a business. I will not say it here.
Griot

United States

#3 Jun 26, 2012
Urban organic farming is the new wave.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Jun 26, 2012
Griot wrote:
Urban organic farming is the new wave.
It is not good because a garden in your backyard defeats the purpose because you still have a home you have to pay with its mortgage. The country is screwed financially. Build your family farm, make a legacy for yourself!
KIP

San Francisco, CA

#5 Jun 26, 2012
Nomadic Prince wrote:
In this day and age the valuable piece of property is worthless homes and mansions with their housewives who are mere professional shoppers. In this day and age we need to live apart! To live close to each other is a bad idea! It is good to the government but not to people. Property is taxed to live in that house. Quarter acre homes cost in tax 12,000 a year! Yes, one might have to buy the land, but eventually it will pay of, especially in third world countries where there are no taxes. Farming has been taken over by the big commercial farmers with genetic modification of food and preservatives. Small farming is key to the world. Anyways, I will buy land in my country; I've already inherited land but will buy two hectares for 10 thousand. Is it worth it hell yeah! First of all, you look for land for what it will produce for you. Think can this land feed me and my family this is the first concern. Then, think can I find a community so that you can connect with other farmers to provide for the community at large, if I don't have tomatoes I can trade with other farmers. Blacks, the world is against you, the economy is collapsing and if you listen to professor anderson in "power economics" you will see that blacks will feel the brunt of it. You will be poorer than ever. Buy land, even one acre is good enough to grow vegetables and fruits, ducks and chickens. One acre can provide for cattle for. The dollar is no longer valuable! Do not be foolish the cave-beast will laugh at you in two years time at maximum.
Then I guess we are surely doomed.

When was the last time you were able to get black people to work on ANY farm without thoughts of plantation might coming to mind? I've worked on farms, herded cattle, bailed hay, laid irrigation pipe for corn, etc, but I don't think too many young black men these days are going to do this kind of work. The only thing some guys might grow and cultivate is marijuana for the fast buck it can deliver.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Jun 26, 2012
KIP wrote:
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Then I guess we are surely doomed.
When was the last time you were able to get black people to work on ANY farm without thoughts of plantation might coming to mind? I've worked on farms, herded cattle, bailed hay, laid irrigation pipe for corn, etc, but I don't think too many young black men these days are going to do this kind of work. The only thing some guys might grow and cultivate is marijuana for the fast buck it can deliver.
KIP I'm impressed, well I will start to get my plans together to get my company up and running. If it is allright if you, I think the best thing in your life is to go back to Africa and buy land. Let the others fail and be doomed, why should it matter to you? As along as one decides to go back I have done my duty.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Jun 26, 2012
I am a real estate developer. RE is a good way top get rich. But, I do not really have much time to devote to it. Right now, my focus is academics. But, I will consider working with any serious brothers and sisters. I have some very good access in Africa for those who are serious.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

United States

#8 Jun 26, 2012
Normadic Prince what country is in the photos? I have land in Liberia, Ghana, Uganda and I'm looking to buy in Rwanda and South Sudan. I will try and encourage my brothers and sisters to do the same. The government of Ghana offers free land for people in the diaspora:

Fihankrainternational.com

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Jun 26, 2012
There is no better investment and development opporunity than Zimbabwe when it comes to farming. The Chinese have a huge demand for food and biofuels. The same is true in every Muslim country. Zimbawe can and will supply this market. Smart people will get in now and grow with Zimbabwe. But, you must have guts and be willingh to wrk dang hard for a long time. The rewards will be well worth it. I bullish on Zimbabwe.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Jun 26, 2012
dkanela wrote:
Normadic Prince what country is in the photos? I have land in Liberia, Ghana, Uganda and I'm looking to buy in Rwanda and South Sudan. I will try and encourage my brothers and sisters to do the same. The government of Ghana offers free land for people in the diaspora:
Fihankrainternational.com
Both Rwanda and South Sudan have long term negative implications and lopng term instability. I do not trust the South Sudan gangster leaders. North Sudan is a muc h better bet. U=ganda is completely out of the question for me. The history is not good and the future looks murky.

Why and how did you pick all the wrong places? This could not have been an accident. Dang! You could have at least picked Congo. Once peace returns there, the sky is the limit in Congo. In the meantime. Zim is the best. When CPP returns to power and it may very well do so this year, Ghana will be stable over the long term. But, anywhere you see any corruption whatsoever such as South Sudan, that is a bad bet.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Jun 26, 2012
Nomadic Prince wrote:
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KIP I'm impressed, well I will start to get my plans together to get my company up and running. If it is allright if you, I think the best thing in your life is to go back to Africa and buy land. Let the others fail and be doomed, why should it matter to you? As along as one decides to go back I have done my duty.
Remember that China and Asia are our best customers.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#12 Jun 26, 2012
dkanela wrote:
Normadic Prince what country is in the photos? I have land in Liberia, Ghana, Uganda and I'm looking to buy in Rwanda and South Sudan. I will try and encourage my brothers and sisters to do the same. The government of Ghana offers free land for people in the diaspora:
Fihankrainternational.com
The land is Somalia, located in south somalia, Shabelle Hoose (lower Shabelle) near a town called Afgooye. Very good land indeed. Dkanela, thank you so much for telling me that, I will get land in Ghana.
Reach me at:
[email protected]
I will look forward towards from hearing you.
Brother consider buying land at somalia I encourage you wholeheartedly.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Jun 26, 2012
Abdurratln wrote:
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Both Rwanda and South Sudan have long term negative implications and lopng term instability. I do not trust the South Sudan gangster leaders. North Sudan is a muc h better bet. U=ganda is completely out of the question for me. The history is not good and the future looks murky.
Why and how did you pick all the wrong places? This could not have been an accident. Dang! You could have at least picked Congo. Once peace returns there, the sky is the limit in Congo. In the meantime. Zim is the best. When CPP returns to power and it may very well do so this year, Ghana will be stable over the long term. But, anywhere you see any corruption whatsoever such as South Sudan, that is a bad bet.
My father has connections in Congo and is allied with a powerful family of the Lomonga due to a uncle being married to a daughter of theirs. Brother what possibilities are there in Congo? I so desire land in the congo I believe you could help me! I want forested land so that I may start a logging/timber company. Also used it to farm. How about the dangers with the Ugandan rebels? Any war?

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Jun 26, 2012
Sherif is too much of a fool for my tastes. Plus, in Somalia, the problem would be long term development of desalination technology as the most reliable such of irrigation. Irrigation can be solved at a reasonable price with help from American contacts. But, TFG is the biggest problem I see.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

United States

#15 Jun 26, 2012
Abdurratin

I picked all the right places, Uganda the orice is cheap and there's always a huge market place. I choose Rwanda because its near my place in Uganda, same with South Sudan. Ghana and Liberia is my heart, I will make a decision soon where to put all my resources.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

United States

#16 Jun 26, 2012
Nomadic Prince

Nice land I will send an email shortly, Somalia I will check it out thanks

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Jun 26, 2012
Nomadic Prince wrote:
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My father has connections in Congo and is allied with a powerful family of the Lomonga due to a uncle being married to a daughter of theirs. Brother what possibilities are there in Congo? I so desire land in the congo I believe you could help me! I want forested land so that I may start a logging/timber company. Also used it to farm. How about the dangers with the Ugandan rebels? Any war?
Uganda is fudamentally unstable because it has a history of being wishy washy and unreliable. It is too close to Tanzania and too deeply involved in Somalia. I have friedns who migrated to Tanzania in the early 1970's. They are betrayed and run out of the country. Uganda comes from that history.

As for Congo, that is a much better choice. But the white man is still intent on robbing Congo as much as possible. This means war as far as the eye can see.

Zimbabwe has great timber land. We need partners. Also, the Chinese will likely help us in all our irrigation and pwoer needs. Believe me, you cannot beat Zimbabwe. I would love to work with anybody on a project in Zim. I can hook up in Congo. But, there is still more war than I would like.
Nomadic Prince

Saint Paul, MN

#18 Jun 26, 2012
Abdurratln wrote:
Sherif is too much of a fool for my tastes. Plus, in Somalia, the problem would be long term development of desalination technology as the most reliable such of irrigation. Irrigation can be solved at a reasonable price with help from American contacts. But, TFG is the biggest problem I see.
Shariff the fools angers me very much, but he is only a problem in the cpital; the countryside is inhabited by few peoples. Irrigation is a key problem, but you have to spend money to make money which I have much of. Can you think of any contacts?

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

United States

#19 Jun 26, 2012
I sent you an email

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Jun 26, 2012
dkanela wrote:
Abdurratin
I picked all the right places, Uganda the orice is cheap and there's always a huge market place. I choose Rwanda because its near my place in Uganda, same with South Sudan. Ghana and Liberia is my heart, I will make a decision soon where to put all my resources.
Know the history. I wish you luck because you will need it.

Nyerre's idea of Pan-Africanism is fundamentally flawed. It is immoral and crooked. It can never come to anything good. My advise it to get the heck out of Uganda and South Sudan. The jury is still out on Rwanda. But, I would not go there either. Too wishy washy. That whole gang in East Africa, none of them can be trusted.

Did you see the article where they have already stolen $4 billion in South Sudan in less than one year already? How can that crap work? That is not my cup of tea.( http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2012/1101/re6.htm ) Any time you see racism and sectarianism, you know they are dishonest.

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