Surviving Off Off-Grid: Decolonizing the Industrial Mind

Surviving Off Off Grid Decolonizing the Industrial Mind Western Society is in confusion the industrial world is teetering on collapse and it looks like things could get worse Agrarian Blogger historian and plain preacher Michael Bunker has been living

  • Title: Surviving Off Off-Grid: Decolonizing the Industrial Mind
  • Author: Michael Bunker
  • ISBN: 9780615447902
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Paperback
  • Western Society is in confusion, the industrial world is teetering on collapse, and it looks like things could get worse Agrarian Blogger, historian, and plain preacher Michael Bunker has been living off of the grid for many years, and he has some advice for those living in the industrial consumerist an off off grid life is achievable It has been doneWestern Society is in confusion, the industrial world is teetering on collapse, and it looks like things could get worse Agrarian Blogger, historian, and plain preacher Michael Bunker has been living off of the grid for many years, and he has some advice for those living in the industrial consumerist an off off grid life is achievable It has been done for thousands of years, and it can be done today It is quite possible that many people who have relied on a failing system for their means of survival will very soon find that they have made a mistake of historic proportions Historic, because every major classical culture went down the same road our society is on today This book is about the lessons we should have learned, and what you can do to survive what history tells us must come next.

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    1. For years, I have thought that there is something wrong with the world I live in. After reading this book, I now know what it is. We are all too comfortable, living in an unsustainable environment. A perfect example of this is the Northeast that is recovering from the Hurricane that just went through the area. I have seen on TV people ranting about a government that is not doing enough to help out in this situation. If even a percentage of the people living in the area were living as this book o [...]

    2. This book is not a "how to" book. It's more of a "why to" book. It explains why you should look at living off off-grid with just a little bit of "how to" thrown in. I thoroughly enjoyed this book even though I was already convinced of the benefits of living off off-grid. There's a lot of good information in there. Also, I know that some reviews have been critical of the amount of religious talk in the book. However, being a Christian, I really appreciated his references to Scripture throughout.

    3. Picked this book up without blinking, thinking it was just another survivalist how-to. Instead, this book revolutionized my thinking on success, prosperity, what I own, my views on our world, my job and even changed my views of my faith. This is an amazing book of the philosophy of living "off off-grid" beyond conventional survivalist ideas. It is a genuinely fantastic read.

    4. One of the most profound and thought provoking books I have ever read, Surviving Off-Off Grid became an instant favorite and reference book. Once I'd read the authors reasons for becoming more independent in living a life of true freedom, I was compelled to look deeper into my own life.I didn't like what I found.Most of my family (wife, older children who own Nooks) now have a copy of this book and we're reading it together. Changes for the better have already occurred in the way we shop, the wa [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this book. It is nota how to book but rather a how to think book. Although I am not ready to embrace this lifestyle/philosophy fully, I already do many of the things the author talks about and I can understand the reasoning behind his beliefs.

    6. This is a challenging book to review. No doubt because even the author expressed that it was difficult to write since he was trying to synthesize so many purposes into one piece of writing. Let me start by stating that I agree with many if not most of Bunker's ideas. I agree that the current system of industrialism/consumerism/agribusiness is fatally flawed and something must be done for the sake of us and our children. I agree (as a Christian) that there is an imperative for us to practice bene [...]

    7. You've probably read plenty of books that tell you how to survive off the grid. This book doesn't have a misprint in the title. It teaches you why you should be getting on with surviving off "off-grid". In other words, a whole lot less dependant. Off-grid living focuses on such things as using technology to produce electricity (perhaps wind or photovoltaic cells) Off-off-grid living would pose the question "How can I thrive without electricity?". This book doesn't describe the backwoodsman skill [...]

    8. Read this book with a grain of salt. I enjoyed it a lot and learned a ton, but this guy is way over the top when it comes to his view of man's use of electricity. He believes it is pretty much evil, that city life is sinful, and that all civilzations who depend on electricity are doomed to the same fate as Rome.I don't agree. Obviously, man has been able to learn, grow,share and advance in so many ways because of electricity. It is a blessing or a curse dpending on how it is employed. However, I [...]

    9. It's all fun and games until someone starts quoting the Bible Ok, so I'm not "anti Bible-quoting" per se, it's just definitely not what I was hoping for from this book. I was even pretty interested in some of the philosophy underlying why one might want to shift to on "off-grid" lifestyle (the double negative kind of killed me): "The advent of specialization fractured the mind and caused man to focus on pieces of the puzzle instead of the whole picture. The urbanite doesn't allow himself to be c [...]

    10. Better than the average book on being prepared. First third of the book is philosophy of why be prepared, why be in community and concerns with being dependent on the government. Last two thirds of the book is more of a how-to BE prepared.The last chapter and the appendix were more of who Michael Bunker IS as a "Christian separatist" of which I suppose I am almost the opposite as a follower of Jesus. Nevertheless, his writing is compelling and informing - also challenging as to be aware and awa [...]

    11. I have no idea how to rate this book, because the thought-provoking things he had to say about our dependency on electricity, petroleum, the consumer economy, and the state in general were tempered by some blatant anti-Catholicism. Ignoring the anti-Catholic bits the rest of the discussion in the book was challenging and echoes many of the same sentiments expressed by the Catholic Land Movement, in addition to providing some useful information about living on the land without being too dependent [...]

    12. Interesting book that is not easy to read.Many rock solid ideas seem hampered by a defensive delivery that reads more like a draft than a final edit.At one spot Bunker outlines if he were to homestead again what he would do differently - what improvements he'd make. Perhaps the book is like his homestead and would reach out and touch a reader better if rewritten today?As an exploration of some of the reasons Agrarian living's merits should be a consideration in how we plan our lives the book's h [...]

    13. From the introduction, where he conveniently twists history to take cheap shots at Catholicism, you know you're dealing with someone with deeply held anti-Catholic prejudice (some have called anti-Catholicism the last socially acceptable bias, so this might not bother a lot of people)I agree with the idea that things as they are are unsustainable, but I don't see the good in hammering HIS personal interpretations of Holy Scriptures and HIS criteria for Christianity into reader's faces just to ge [...]

    14. Real enlightening. Worth the read. Sort of a practical yet philosophical handbook on how to 'decolonize' our overly-conditioned minds. I'm guessing I'll be referring to it whenever a related question comes up along the way. Folksy writing. And practical information.

    15. Good intro. Terrible executionI was planning on writing a full length review, but after a couple of days after finishing the book. I decided not to. Let's summarize with: Prepper Amish meets Christian Pastor. I skimmed it half of it. Read at your own risk.

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