Ways To Save Lots of Money

Freedom isn't free. But you can buy a lot more of it when you're saving money on other things.

Update: Even more ways to save money. The amazing sales guru Grant Cardone (quite correctly) says modern people are too focused on saving money and should be more focused on earning more money. Which works pretty well.

Until the economy stops. That's when you need to know how to save money.

If you save enough money, you might end up making money by doing so.

Imagine being able to do more things and have more freedom of movement, freedom of choices, freedom to live without busy-bodies, feminists and communists breathing down your neck all day, every day.

Imagine having the freedom to live among your own kind. Not just more freedom, but more rights, too! When you can live where the laws are on your side. Where the government actually wants you to succeed.

Imagine how much more freedom you can have when you live among people who look like you, think like you, and act like you.

It's possible. People have done it for centuries. My ancestors crossed an ocean on the Mayflower for religious freedom. For the freedom to oppress savages and commit war crimes against them for ABSOLUTELY NO REASON. Or so we're told.

It's come to my attention that the best way to secure your rights and have more freedom is to live among your kind so that you're free to breed more people just like you. Your kind of people. To live among those who do the same.

Which takes money, but it doesn't have to take much money. Or much of your own money. Even under the feudal system, you never needed to own the land. In fact, in the first 9 years, it's cheaper. And even then, the savings from buying aren't much until you've paid off a 15 to 30 year mortgage.

Once you know how to produce enough profit per acre, and how to lease that acreage for less, and how to live on less income, such as feeding a family of five on $23 per month, you're free.

Maybe you want a cheap, good house. And to pass on the knowledge of how to do this to your kids. And theirs.

Or cheap, good transportation. (See the $1 kayak)
Or a cheap yurt to live in while building a debt-free tiny house.
And a good, cheap way to cool and heat it.
Maybe one that's designed by physicists to use 90% less energy.
Or a earth-cooled, or dirt-cheap earth-cooled house or building.
With an affordable sauna option, perhaps.
Or cheap, good food.
And a good, cheap oven to cook it in.
Or cheap, good home-made wine in seconds.
Or cheap, good phone service.
Or cheap, good internet.
Or cheap, good boots and shoes.

Or instead of good and cheap, you can have dirt cheap versions of all those things and more, so that you can spend your time and money on the things that matter most.

With a good, durable, dependable, inexpensive aircrete-construction house, a donkey or camel for transporation, quail, ducks and more for home-raised meat, a chicken to incubate the eggs for you, home-made wine and root beer, you'll have lots of time and money left over to invest in the wisdom of your happy spouse and family, your community and nation.

You'll know you can affort to raise plenty of kids in the image of God, without any limit to their numbers.

It's just a matter of knowing how.

With a little know-how, a man like me could have easily been a grandfather by now. But I didn't know how I could raise those kids, put shoes on their feet, give them reliable transporation and housing.

After studying the rapid rise of the Israelites in Egypt from 70 shepherds to more than 3 million people in a short period of time, I've realized that a population explosion of white people is largely a matter of competence and irrigation.

As a young man, I didn't believe I could afford to raise a child because I had almost no exposure to the kind of competence required to do so.

The fact of the matter is I was fatherless. And you cannot properly raise a child without a father.
This is why the Bible exists. To provide a Father to the fatherless, exactly as it says, and take a nation of orphans and make them kings, priests, shepherds and dermatologists, believe it or not.

When you're a fatherless kid, nobody wants to be your friend. I can tell you that much. To try to blend in to the crowd, I learned what everyone else know. Everything I learned came from the library or TV.

Instead of being raised by my dad, or by our Father in heaven, I was directly and almost entirely raised by Satan (television) and his cronies (music and movies) who hate us and our kind and want us dead, bred out, or enslaved.

No wonder I was so poor, so powerless, with desolation instead of hope.

My only defense and protection was the extent to which Jesus and his disciples got a message through to my neighbors that they must love one another.

And that included someone like me.

Being poor taught me to look for ways to save money.

And to look for ways to make money. And I've never stopped looking. You'd think I grew up in the Great Depression or something.

You can choose to be poor or to be rich, as it turns out. Saving and earning aren't the same thing. The poverty mindset obstructs one's way ot wealth. It takes time and repetition to repair all the faulty wiring and attitudes about life acquired between birth and age 7.

Few voluntarily give up their riches. Of those who do, they usually keep some. A million is more than enough if you know how to use it.

Being rich is great, and allows you to support lots of great causes. Being rich makes you happier, gets you where you're going faster, and makes it easier to try different things to find your place in the world.

Being poor and self-sufficient also comes with advantages. Street smarts and BS detectors aren't optional for the poor.

Poverty allows you to tell the truth, and makes it much harder for the devil to cut you off.
Being poor also means people won't listen to you. Don't take my word for it. Warren Buffett made the same observation.

When you're rich, the dumbest things you say are treated like it's genius. When you're poor, people will ignore the smartest things you say.

The masses worship money. Not life.

They seek pleasure instead of happiness.

The more self-sufficient you are, the more kids you can raise because because their food doesn't cost much.

The clothes don't cost much.

What does a needle and thread cost? And how much does the wool cost? How much does a custom suit of clothes cost?

At some point, people realize that high quality clothes are all hand made, and forget that they could have had all those high-quality, hand-made clothes made at home, inexpensively.
They could have had wardrobes full of good things. Beautiful things. Children follow. They participate. They work. They build and create. They take on projects and challenges. They just need a leader to lead them.

A homestead or farm contains all the most important kid industries that potentially produce a profit from a young age. And profit pays for things like shoes and fine things.

Every kid should have a job.

Parents are worn out because their children are unemployed.

Children should be worn out at the end of the day. Not parents.

Are we not indebted to our ancestors for all they've done for us? The feminine wants to serve the next generation. The masculine is overwhelmed by the enormity of tasks that need to be done, and summons forth children into being because they've got work to do. Like building a white community.

At the grocery store, I a man carrying a dog. This is the definition of insanity. Dogs have legs. Kids have legs. If the kid isn't tired, give them more to carry.

(If your wife is complaining, she probably has too much energy.)

The work you give the kids to do wears them out instead of kids playing and raising hell and wearing you out. Teaches them responsibility.

Once a kid is about 3 years old, they need to start producing something other than cuteness. Self-sufficient homestead communities produce all this and more.

Do the important things well, and the rest will take care of itself, right?

Well, not exactly. If you spend 400 to 4,000 years not crushing sodomites with rocks, it will eventually come back to bite you. Remember I said so.

In addition, it's easier to create all that amazing surplus God demands on a homestead, a farm. Properly managed, it takes 10 hours per week to produce much more than you and your family needs.
But it's very expensive to buy a homestead. So lets find some ways to get your costs down. Way down.

Because you've got bills to pay.

What are your biggest costs? Well, what goes for the country is true for the household.

The biggest single industry is energy. The cost to transport people and our stuff, to heat homes and light buildings is huge. And, quite frankly, we're using more than we need.

Crypto farm.

If you produce cheap enough energy, you can turn it into revenue by mining crypto currency. As a friend once pointed out, you can export crypto internationally if you're generating cheap enough electricity, even if, due to line loss and infrastructure, you couldn't export the electricity itself. Also, crypto potentially stores value even more efficiently than a battery stores electricity.

I won't give away all the implications of this line of thinking, but let's just say this allows plenty you plenty of location independence.

Another way to categorize this is the cost of the fuel to feed buildings, industry, animals, people, and our vehicles.

In the short term, rent and mortgage is the highest cost. Suppose it's $1,000 this month. When you're young and own a mortgage and a car payment, you might think your houes payment is your biggest expense.

Sorta true. And that cost also compounds over time. One of the costs is the interets on your home. If you pay for your house 2 or 3 times over because of interest, then the bank financing was the most expensive thing you've ever bought. But because it's practically invisible, you forget that your biggest cost is...

#1 - Financing
#2 - House
#3 - Car
#4 - Food*

* If you're as poor as most people, food a larger expense than your last 10 Cancun-to-Thailand parasail jet ski vacations combined.

But are cars really #3? They use lots of energy. A fuel efficient car may have a lower total cost of ownership. Maybe an electric car will save you money.

And with home delivery, do you even need a car? What's it for? It has a trunk and passenger space. In the cities, people are doing without cars. They don't have far to travel, they can always bum a Lyft from an Uber or hop on an electric skateboard, scooter, or whatever. Failing all that, maybe a bus.
No more car payment. Problem solved.

I've estimated the total cost of used car ownership since buying my first car, and other than fuel, it's been less than $70 per month, all maintenance included. Even electric vehicles would find it hard to compete with that.

Although during summer months, an electric bike or scooter definitely wins. No insurance costs. With higher injury costs, lost time, and more emergency room visits, though, there are reasons it's not the choice of champions.

But in my ample experience, when you're a broke, disposable ghetto kid, any bike means freedom. Electric or not.

In the long term, assuming you do your own construction work and pay out of pocket instead of financing, the largest long-term cost of owning a home might be home heating, lighting, and cooling.
This is why people consider heat pumps, solar panels, and natural gas. And if you live near a fast-running brook, you might install your own electric generator built out of a washing machine, hooked up to a battery bank.

Each one is an investment. And although you need energy, you need a lot less of it to heat and cool a small space.

Saving On Housing

3D-printed homes for the poor are being built for as little as $4,000. The concrete oozes out of a nozzle, and a robot-controlled arm controls the shape of the house. There's virtually no labor cost, so you're left with the cost of the concrete.

Concrete can be used up to 6 times more efficiently using an aircrete system. Normally, you don't want any air bubbles in the concrete. Aircrete turns that logic upside down. You want as much air as possible.

With a 3-D printed aircrete system that has a computer-controlled nozzle and mixture system, the exact right density of aircrete can be delivered with millimeter accuracy.

But it hasn't been invented yet because, as the good Lord taught me, people are basically a bunch of demonically evil, stupid, horny, selfish, greedy idiot monkeys who all deserve to burn in a lake of fire.

Because I'm sure you can make that little house for about $1,000 worth of materials. I'll tell you that right now. Trust me on this one. And don't forget to wear sunscreen.

You can go even cheaper on construction and HVAC (all heating/cooling costs combined) by building small. Very small.

Lower Energy Costs

When the volume of space is as small as an RV, moisture becomes a huge problem. But then again, an eternally high electric bill is also a problem.

For people who need space, you can heat or cool the person instead of the home.

In the summer, cooling vests and jackets just work. I checked into this. The cheapest solutions i could find involve dirt-cheap Therma-Freeze panels. They last for years. You soak the water-absorbant gel powder for a few minutes. They swell up. Then you pop them in the freezer and get cold.

They also take up space in your freezer, making it more efficient, since you don't lose as much cold air every time you open the freezer door.

And the more efficient coolers and freezers open from the top in order to hang onto their cold air.

Self-defrosting freezers work more efficiently by melting the frost off the cooling veins, but because they have a thaw cycle, the frozen food doesn't last as long.

But a cooling vest gives a very intense chill to the wearer, lasts for hours, and costs a tiny, tiny fraction of the cost of cooling a house.

Your vest doesn't have to look like a vest. You can drape it over you sandwich-board style and it does the exact same job.

If you don't want the neighbors to be shocked, you can wear it underneath another layer, or make it look pretty and fancy or bright and reflective for safety.


Saving money isn't always as sexy as a Prius or hybrid Toyota Camry, but it saves money.
Transportation costs a lot of money. Have you considered donkeys and camels?
Camels being #1 in calorie per ton mile in transportation efficiency, with a locomotive being slightly more efficient, but its not as flexible or friendly.

If you want to live someplace where there are no roads, mules and camels suddenly become attractive options. Although a donkey will do, if you're adhering strictly to scripture and refusing to race-mix donkeys with racially inferior horses.

Hydrogen zepplins are also very attractive, but that's just the mad scientist in me talking. We know for a fact the hydrogen wasn't to blame for the Hindenberg disaster, by the way.

The press always makes a big huge deal about these fluke events. They seem to prefer the freeways of death that massacre more people than the terrorists and immigrants combined.

Saving on medicine. Is it an option? Well, I don't recommend fish antibiotics, but I know they exist. I also know a bottle of veteranary supplies is cheaper than a $3,500 trip to the emergency room. Just in case the SHTF, you know. Patriot Nurse has a long list of such things. Easy to Google if you're used to living so dangerously, you drive cars on the freeway when it snows.

I'd rather you flew in a hydrogen zepplin to work, quite frankly. Because even if I were a greedy SOB, I still wouldn't get as many contributions from dead people.

Obviously the clinics, the doc-in-the-box are your first line of defense, can save your life, and know how to get the job done properly.

But if and when Uncle Sam manages to shut down your access to medical care to silence dissent, or tries to use it to control you and prevent you from escaping from Hellmerica, you might find a lot more independence by loading up your donkey with a first aid kit including the stuff they hope you'll never find for super  cheap online.

So we're using foam to stretch cheap concrete loaded on a camel train to build tiny, gas-heated, solar-powered micro-homes. Hmm. What else?

Ah, yes. Passive cooling and heating. As long as you've got drainage, a basement makes a better home year-round than anything else. Why? Passive heating and cooling.

If you can run air through a long enough pipe, the air will be about 55 degrees winter or summer. In winter, 55 is a little on the cool side, but cool air is welcome in the summer.

The passive cooling system one of the few good idea Earth ships. The rest is varying degrees of nonsense, IMO. But geothermal makes sense. If you have a cave and a fire and something to block the wind and somewhere for the smoke to go, you're all set. You don't need much to survive. Everything else is a fancier version of that.

Free Water Heaters

Especially inside a green house or hot box, a black bag or hose in the sun works pretty well to heat up water. Another solution is to combine the water heater and the refrigerator, making both more efficient. The fridge becomes water-cooled, but heats the water.

I should say it pre-heats the water, since it takes a lot of refrigeration to heat up a little water. But grocery stores with huge frozen food aisles have been doing this for years.

It does work. Saves on the cost of heating up some hot water. Methods can be used in combination and the lukewarm water can be fed into a proper water heater to finish the job. That water heater can be fueled by natural gas or a rocket stove.

Or by a rocket thermal mass heater.

Which is a way to use thermal mass to extract more energy from a burn. A rocket stove maximizes the burn by having a high-temperature chamber, thereby burning the creasote in addition to the wood. Some people have made a whole lifestyle around this kind of stove to assuage their white guilt.
But it also works for under-employed dissident white supremacists trying to heat their home off the back of whatever invasive tree sprouts up like a weed in their yard, building up a Christian Project Mayhem out of self-insulating foamcrete bunks added in "temporary" structures, if local code allows it.


Don't got enough food? Then what good are you?

Food is cheap. It's chicken feed. But I'm going to guess you'll eventually get tired of eating chicken feed.

So will the chickens. But by the time they figure out how to file a petition, they'll be on your dinner plate.

Discussed in White Nationalism for Dummies I show where we come from, where we are, and where we're going.

In the desolate places like Nevada, where the land is incredibly cheap, (because of nuclear test sites) there's a real shortage of animal dung.

Desolate places need topsoil. Enter you, your camels, donkeys, and birds.
Chickens take a long time to go from egg to fork. Luckily, you have several other excellent options available.

Given a high-protein diet, coutornix quayle (you can pick from the variety of options) can go from egg to meat in record time. 5 weeks. You're not waiting all season.

If you want meat birds, you'll need an incubator. If all you want is eggs, it's not necessary.

If you just want machines that produce fertilizer and eggs, the incubator is optional. A minimum incubator costs about $30. A rabbit cage out of the rain and wind is fine.

Once set up, there's a tiny bit of manual labor involved, meaning 5 minutes a day once you're set up, but then you have an infinite feed-to-meat production in a tiny space.

And don't forget all that nice fertilizer. Butchering quail is way easier and faster than chickens. Being protein dense, one or two birds makes a very good meal, especially if you like dark meat. Which I do.
When you grow your own, you get high quality quail eggs and meat cheaper than factory-farmed chicken eggs and meat.

Like chickens, quail are a garbage disposal. They'll turn your table scraps into deligious little drumsticks in record time. Some restrictions apply.

The cage, pretty much any old kind of cage protects them from predators, because everything wants to eat them. Don't go too fancy. Don't buy new. Don't go big, either.

Be advised that raccoons can get through chicken wire and foxes can dig underneath fences and snakes can slither in through small openings.

So start small. Study what's required and slaughter birds that aren't producing what you want. Nature is a good teacher, so pay attention to what you learn.

The more self-sufficient you are, the less you rely on the communist human resources department's approval.

Water is expensive because digging wells is expensive.

It used to be, anyway. In many places, you can save a fortune, dig your own shallow irrigation well through relatively sandy soil.

Everything you need, including a water tank, a mud pump, hose and piping will fit on the back of a flatbed truck. It's just a matter of doing it.

In theory, that shallow irrigation water could be converted into potable water, or you can keep digging/drilling until you hit a layer of potable water, if you're allowed to do so.

(If not, you need to find a state or country where you're allowed to wipe your ass without asking for permission.)

If you've got anything other than perfectly flat property, uneven land, you can leverage the running water to help you create a gravity-powered impact pump.

Under the right circumstances, you can pump water uphill for free. Almost no moving parts. No electricity needed. Made from cheap parts. It's a thing of beauty. You can have your own water tower, plenty of water and water pressure.

With a few of these innovations under your belt, living on much cheaper land becomes an option. Heck, they might even let you build there. Cost of living is pretty high.

One way to keep the cost per capita low is to raise about 1,000 grandkids per parcel of land, if possible. Easier said than done.

Any property with a stream gives you hydroelectric potential. With some know-how, you can electrically pump water uphill.

Or just stop it when it's uphill from you with a dam or swale, and run the hoses downhill so you've got plenty of water pressure that way.

In ancient Egypt, Joseph managed the irrigation for the Nile river, complete with a water overflow resevoir to prevent flooding. His irrigation system is still in use today. And Egypt will likely be forced to blow up Africa's largest dam, built in Ethiopia to control the flow of the Nile.
You can remember who profits from such wars, I suspect.

If you can dam the creek and stock a pond with blue-gill, or create a fish tank from algae-eating tallapia, maybe you can deprive your downstream neighbors of their life-giving water, stoking the fires of war and condeming your family to destruction, too.

The Other Black Gold.

Frankly, what a worm farm produces is money. Black gold. The value of a worm, pound-for-pound, is far greater than the value of the average software developer. Worm castings are the best fertilizer you can buy. (Or sell.)

If your kids produce nothing but worm castings on a worm farm, you won't lack for anything. Don't worry.

Farming doesn't mean you need one of each animal. It helps, but it's not necessary.

The smallest beef-producer isn't a cow, but a duck. If you're starting very small, too small for goats and cattle, you can still raise a tasty breed of ducks that eat grass and pests and can, in theory, be managed. Look into Moscovy ducks, which taste quite a bit like roast beef.

Potentially, they're also a cheap, non-electric incubator, doing quadruple-duty on your homestead. Pest-control, standing guard, incubating, producing eggs, feathers and 'beef."

All you're missing is milk, and for that you've got sheep that also produce milk, wool, fleece, parchment, meat, sheepskin boots, intenstines for sausage or family planning, for water or wine flasks, vineyard management, etc.

I'm not sure if you know this, but some people do pay money for good wine. And other alcoholic beverages, as well. Strange, but happens to be true.

If you leave the corners of your field for the poor, the orphan, the widow, and the stranger, they don't need to attack you when you're hungry and thirsty.

See Isaiah 58 for further instructions on that. Leviticus and Deuteronomy are also very useful. You'll have plenty to give 10% of the increase of your lands to the poor, 10% to the priests, and 10% to the food storehouse, and still have plenty to render unto Caesar what is Caesar's.

The biggest secret to super success is spreading the wealth around wisely. Even to the robbers and thieves. Even to your enemies, the invaders.

Do things God's way and you'll have life and plenty and lack for no good thing. At least until you start getting greedy. Then you'll have plagues, famine, war, misery, slavery, and all the curses of God.
You don't want that. But be diligent and honest and just in all your dealings (even if others aren't), and pay every man what you owe him, and forgive those who spitefully use you, and don't fear evil, and walk in God's ways, and don't let any man deceive you, and you will be blessed in everything you do.

Love one another. Especially those who have proved (as Dylan Roof proved) that they love you, and have the spirit of Moses in them.

"Feed my sheep." Multiply these, my sheep, into multitudes, into mighty nations, and you will lack for no good thing.

Or else you will hear what you couldn't bear to hear. That but for the price of tablescraps, you could have armies to fight for you.

If, instead you lavished it all away on useless luxuries, and instead have these starving and poor leading armies against you to destroy you because of the faithlessness and the evil in your heart, then the Lord has sent exactly what you deserve.

Cost to build an aircrete dome.


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