Do you remember the “Antifa” garden in Seattle?
One of the biggest jokes about “CHAZ,” the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” in Seattle, was that they almost immediately ran out of food and tried to start a “victory garden” to replace it:
Yes, the picture is as bad as you think it is: That’s some dirt on top of cardboard stacked on top of a lawn.
Now, I know you want to laugh (and you should).
These people had NO IDEA how to grow food.
But here’s the thing:
A lot of survivalists growing gardens are making a CRITICAL mistake…
They’re growing their gardens where people can see them.
If there’s a food shortage – and we’re still hearing about processing plant shutdowns because of COVID-19 possibly causing disruptions in our food supplies – your garden is critical to your family’s survival.
But if it’s out where somebody can see it, that’s like ringing the dinner bell for looters and even your desperate neighbors.
(And if those Antifa communists had managed to grow any food, it would have been stolen immediately.)
Your neighbors will ask, because they know you have food… then they’ll beg… and finally, they’ll just try to TAKE what they want by FORCE.
To truly be secure in your survival garden, you need to know how to keep it secret.
… all while building up your survival stores to keep you and your loved ones supplied.
It’s called Backyard Liberty.
Now that summer’s over, it’s time to start planning for what to grow.
In other words, it’s the perfect time to get started.