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Sailing Away from Insaneistan
« on: September 23, 2013, 02:16:58 AM »

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Published on The Sea Gypsy Philosopher on September 22, 2013



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http://oceanleadership.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/6125731.bin_.jpgMy new neighbors seem to like me. This is quite lovely – because they are dolphins. And it is even more wondrous because they are a mother and her child. Today is the fourth morning in a row that they swam a lazy circle around my boat.


Each day I greet the sunrise with an enthusiastic blast from my conch shell. It connects me with my post-civilized, feral self. It also seems to amuse the nearby creatures of the sea and the sky. No people are disturbed, because I am the only human animal in the vicinity. More importantly, it attracts the mom and her baby dolphin. They arrive just after I serenade the sun with my tribal horn.


Yesterday, the little Indio boy who sells me fresh coconuts from his tiny cayuco, also brought along a live chicken. Although he offered her at a good price, I declined. But I did buy some of her eggs. Their yolks are so intensely orange that they match the morning sun nudging above the hazy horizon. They are tasty and nutritious and perfect with my Tarzan Tea. That’s my name for the water from the young coconut that I open with my machete.


http://www.concierge.com/images/destinations/destinationguide/latinamerica/costarica/costarica_033p.jpgI call my neighborhood the Archipelago of Bliss. It bequeaths me immense joy – mostly because it is totally removed from the “real world.” As I sit here with my notepad and pen, I am completely severed from anything modern, and totally immersed in many things primal. Everything around me is ancient and elemental. This same type of flora and fauna has been here for over 100,000 years. The mangroves, the howler monkeys, the birds in the shallows – all preceded any human presence.


I call my slow simple life, the Way of RATAWI. That is an acronym I created which stands for Reading and Thinking and WritingInspirationally. My day revolves around those axis pursuits. Interspersed with them, are swimming, rowing, exploring, healthy eating and observing my neighbors – be they animals, clouds or planets.


When I need supplies or fellowship, it takes only a few hours to sail back to a little town abundant with eccentric characters – sailors, backpackers and surfers. Usually, about a week of visiting friends, replenishing my cupboards and emailing out essays is sufficient. Then I head back out to whichever vacant anchorage suits my fancy.


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Needless to say, most modern people would find this sort of existence … terrifying! The lack of around-the-clock stimulation and incessant electronic connectivity would be barely survivable. Even my friends, who seemingly find merit in my life path, are probably troubled by it on some level. “I mean, come on, Ray, this sea gypsy stuff is fine for a while, but isn’t it time you came home?”


http://llwproductions.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/pepper-spraying-cop-john-pike-spraying-statue-of-liberty-in-planet-of-the-apes.jpgWhen I respond to such well-intentioned counsel by explaining that my life is blissfully happy and meaningful, they chalk it up to my lifelong, unrepentant romanticism. But it is not my romantic disposition that inspires me to surrender to the embrace of nature. On the contrary, it is my capacity for perceiving reality that keeps me out here wandering the Wide Waters.


My exile from “The Great Frenzy” bequeaths me a much clearer perspective on it. If you stand a foot away from the Statue of Liberty you will not see it as well as you would from 100 yards away. Because they are so close to it, my friends cannot perceive how degraded the USA has become. Yet from afar, it is so obvious that I now jokingly refer to it as Insaneistan!


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Although many react to this tragic decline with anger, my response is sadness. The founding documents of the United States are so brilliantly enlightened, that they almost take one’s breath away. As someone who is aware of more than just the whitewashed version of U.S. history, I realize that from the very beginning we did not live up to many of the principles in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution. (Slavery and Native American genocide are the obvious examples.) But the concept of government of, by and for the People, was such an improvement over rule by monarchs or mullahs, that it deserves the utmost admiration.


And there were periods when America did seem to be that inspirational Beacon on the Hill. We had citizen legislators rather than professional politicians. We got things done of genuine value to the planet, such as the Panama Canal. And we interceded to subdue vicious tyrants, as in WWII.


But shortly after our greatest triumph, the seeds of our tragic demise were sown. When the evil of Hitler was vanquished, we did not dismantle our war machine as we had done after WWI. Instead the Military Industrial Complex made its gruesome entrance onto the global stage. An enormous secret alliance of military and industrial and financial and espionage beasts spawned a lurid Leviathan that needs to engorge itself on Perpetual War in order to survive. President Eisenhower warned us about this monster in his farewell address, but his message went unheeded.


http://cloudfront-media.reason.com/mc/_external/2013_07/we-are-all-criminals-heritage.jpg?h=336&w=225As a result, money and madness wormed their way into the American body politic like devouring parasites. Now we are controlled and manipulated by “career politicians.” We no longer build canals; instead we sell high-tech weapons of death and mutilation. And rather than playing the role of schoolyard monitor to the world, we have become its most feared and hated bully.


This is not just personal opinion; this is verifiable fact. Most of the members of Congress are not schoolteachers or shop owners. They are multi-millionaires, who enrich themselves even further once they are in office. In a Republic, elected officials are supposed to represent the needs and interests of the people. Here is a short list of things that our government has imposed upon us in recent decades. I bet that neither you, nor anyone you know, asked for any of these.



  • More than a dozen separate spy agencies, who can’t seem to communicate with each other, but who have no problem invading every aspect of anybody’s personal life – including phone calls, emails, online purchases etc.

  • Economic and monetary policies that enrich Wall Street and the obscenely wealthy, while destroying Main Street and the middle class.

  • The militarization of local police forces. With tanks and battlefield equipment, they look like Galactic Storm-troopers rather than friendly neighborhood cops. Is the police mandate still to protect the citizens and solve crimes, or are they “gearing up” for expected mass social uprisings?


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  • An Imperial foreign policy with over 700 military bases blanketing the planet in more than 110 countries. Our “statesmen” claim that this global presence is in our national interest, and enhances our safety. But only a fool fails to see that this over-reach is spawning new terrorists every day, which actually decreases our security.

  • The perpetual misallocation of money and mind-power on the development of ever more horrific weapons of needless destruction. The litany seems endless, because it IS ENDLESS! Atomic bombs, hydrogen bombs, neutron bombs, napalm, agent orange, chemical weapons, depleted uranium, white phosphorus, biological weapons and drones. And now the DARPA maniacs are working on robot soldiers, weapons in space, and cyber combat.

  • The privatization of prisons. By making incarceration a “growth industry” they have incentivized the imprisonment of our sons, daughters and neighbors. And what kind of heinous criminals are we being protected from? Mostly drug users and minor dealers. The prison industrial complex is a shameful, hideous racket.


Now that I have shared this little “government in action” sampler with you, I’ll repeat my question from a few paragraphs ago: “Did you, or anyone you know, ask for any of these things?”


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http://americandigest.org/aconsumer.jpgUnfortunately it is not just politics that has declined so shockingly in the U.S. It is society as a whole – what I term the “Un-culture.” America has become a nation of obese, dumbed-down, television addicts, who live vicariously through a galaxy of the most vapid, self-absorbed “stars.”


The average person spends an enormous amount of their time fixated on their Smartphone. They sit on a bus texting their 347 cyber “friends” while being unable to make a new real friend in the seat beside them – because that person is buried in their iPhone43.


The movie industry, which both shapes and reflects the public consciousness, can no longer make a film about the complex joys and sorrows of actual people. Instead, they spew out preposterous comic book superhero fantasies that grotesquely distort the true human condition. This produces a population of dangerous male adults with violent juvenile values.


To highlight how sad and ludicrous daily existence in the USA has become, here are some of the categories in which America leads the world:



  • Obesity

  • Teen pregnancy

  • Lawyers

  • Murders

  • Adults who believe in angels

  • Incarcerated citizens

  • Laws

  • Mental illness

  • Fast food consumption

  • Rapes

  • Military spending

  • TV viewing

  • Prescription drugs

  • Arms sales to foreign countries

  • Gun ownership

  • Divorce

  • Fast food consumption

  • School shootings

  • National debt

  • Plastic surgery procedures


Hopefully, you are a lot less inclined to chant “We’re # 1” or “U-S-A” after seeing that list. Although I jokingly refer to it as Insaneistan, it should be clear from my synopsis that the situation in the USA is not funny at all. It used to be wonderful in so many ways, but now it has deteriorated so profoundly that it is just a sad, tragic caricature of its former greatness.


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It’s twilight now; and I’ve added a touch of rum to my Tarzan Tea. I chuckle while pondering whether this is to avoid melancholy or to embrace it. A black-crowned night heron glides by, and the kind words of my friends revisit me. “I mean, come on, Ray, this sea gypsy stuff is fine for a while, but isn’t it time that you came home?” Fortunately, I AM HOME! And even though my neighbors may be dolphins and egrets and spotted eagle rays, our world is sweet and genuine and enduring.


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Re: Sailing Away from Insaneistan
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2013, 02:56:19 AM »
I read Ray's most recent essay describing his relatively carefree life as a Sea Gypsy with a touch of Nostalgia for my short experience with such a life in the Greek Islands on an O'Day 27' Sailboat back in the 70s.  Seemed like a great way to live, and I aspired to it as my "Retirement Dream", but never got there.  Ray did, and he lives this life now, as he has I understand from him for around 25 years.

There are many economic assumptions though that are part of this life, which probably will not hold true in the future.

For one thing, in this post Ray mentions two things which require a source of Accepted Money.  For one, he periodically heads into "town" to resupply his stock of food aboard Aventura, and one suspects he uses FRNs to buy that food.  From where comes that supply of FRN's?  Given Ray's current age, one suspects it comes from Social Security and/or Pension/Investment money he put away during his years as a Street Juggler in San Francisco.  His actual ability to "farm the sea" and provide subsistence for himself JUST from what he can fish up in the isolated coves he likes to haunt remains an Open Question.

Next, what did he use to buy the Eggs from the boy in the canoe?  Again, he likely used FRNs for this, which the boy was happy to accept because they BUY things around there that the local economy does not produce, and which he and his family either want or need, or both.  If/when the FRNs do not work anymore, or if SS fails and the checks are no longer deposited to Ray's Bank Account, what will he use to trade for the Eggs at that point?  Perhaps some folks with a surplus of Eggs will give him some in return for a fabulous show Juggling Bowling Balls, but that is by no means a sure thing here with diminishing resources, diminishing imports and so forth.

So for now, for today, Ray lives an idyllic life away from the troubles plaguing Insaneistan, and too an extent I envy him for this life.  Still, it is limited in application overall, as it does require at least SOME income that is either independent of working or else some sort of work and means of earning income that is highly portable.  It is more difficult for the Family of 4 or more to live this way, you need a bigger boat and then more money to support said boat.  Ray lives alone on a 30' boat which is relatively inexpensive to maintain, but just add 5-10' to the waterline and sails get a lot more expensive, docking fees get more expensive and the whole lifestyle goes out of reach for most people.

Perhaps when TSHTF Ray can put together that Sea Gypsy Tribe he writes about, living off the bounty of the sea in isolated coves in the Banana Republics.  He does not however live that way NOW.  For now he stops in at the local Connection to the Industrial Economy, and uses FRNs he has to Stock his boat for expeditions AWAY from Insaneistan.  With good fortune he may be able to finish his time Sailing the Seven Seas of the Earth this way, and I hope he does.  Sustainable though?  Not until he actually demonstrates long term living without resupply at the ports of Industrial Civilization.

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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2013, 06:40:42 AM »
Hi RE,

Thanks for re-posting my INSANEISTAN essay and your continued support of my work.

The points you raise about money and sustainability are valid and I have addressed them at length in the 3 Sea Gypsy Tribe essays that were published here recently as well as at the 2 podcasts.  The reason they are not mentioned in this article is because I don't want to subject my readers to "survival fatigue."  Also the Sea Gypsy Philosopher is not just a "sustainability" blog.  It is a "looking at life from my highly unusual Thoreau-like perspective" blog. Thus, in this essay I try to focus on how skewed life in the "real world" already is.  It is easier to get people to ponder alternatives, if one discusses current reality rather than future possibilities, in my opinion.  The land-based alternatives that you support are never down-played in my writing.  I admire them and wish them success.  I just belief that the Sea Gypsy Tribe option is a better approach mostly because of the evading marauders issue.  Anyone new to this debate will find ample discussion of it in the previous essays and comments as well as the podcasts.  Again, I emphasize that I am not trying to start a mass movement.  I am merely providing people a lot of free info that has taken me years to figure out.  They can make their own choices.

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« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2013, 06:58:53 AM »
I have fond memories of being visited by dolphins on a solitary morning watch, some years ago now. We were making the outside crossing from Florida to the VI, and we were  several days offshore. I couldn't decide whether to wake up the rest of the crew...eventually decided to let everyone sleep while I tried to get photos. It was pretty much a failed attempt on the pics...some things are hard to capture on film.

The Way of RATAWI sounds pretty good to me. Sail on, sailor.
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« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2013, 04:11:31 PM »
  The land-based alternatives that you support are never down-played in my writing.  I admire them and wish them success.  I just belief that the Sea Gypsy Tribe option is a better approach mostly because of the evading marauders issue. 

I don't support land based solo doomsteading because of the Zombie problem.  That is why I believe you need to form Tribes of 100-1000 people to be able to protect and defend your neighborhood.

I'm not convinced by any means that you can evade marauders with a sailboat.  Even if coves are isolated, boys in canoes will eventually run into you, tell their older brothers about you and one night they come in real quietly in their canoes and board the vessel.  This is an old story of course.  The tribal aspect of having numerous boats means you could always have somebody "on watch", but said watchmen do fall asleep or are taken by surprise and garroted before they can let out a warning cry.

Where I do agree with the sail idea is the ease with which you can leave places that are beginning to "smell bad".  You aren't locked into one location.  It also comes as we mentioned at a reasonable price overall.  However, in the full SHTF scenario I think the security problems are at least as bad as they are with a fixed land based doomstead.

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« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2013, 07:23:18 AM »
  The land-based alternatives that you support are never down-played in my writing.  I admire them and wish them success.  I just belief that the Sea Gypsy Tribe option is a better approach mostly because of the evading marauders issue. 

I'm not convinced by any means that you can evade marauders with a sailboat.  Even if coves are isolated, boys in canoes will eventually run into you, tell their older brothers about you and one night they come in real quietly in their canoes and board the vessel.  This is an old story of course.  The tribal aspect of having numerous boats means you could always have somebody "on watch", but said watchmen do fall asleep or are taken by surprise and garroted before they can let out a warning cry.
I think Sea Gypsy is correct, but for the wrong reasons.  The reason there won't be too many problems with marauders is once JIT shipping goes down, there will be too little to be gained by piracy.  If sea gypsies became a mass movement, though, then they would provide enough of a target to be worthwhile.
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« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2013, 10:17:16 AM »
I don't support land based solo doomsteading because of the Zombie problem.  That is why I believe you need to form Tribes of 100-1000 people to be able to protect and defend your neighborhood.

I think I've got a land-based solo doomstead option that isn't in great danger from Zombies, though that wasn't my motivation (my motive was setting up a place where it doesn't get cold that I could live on for less than my soc. sec. check). It's a 3-acre lot in Puna, on the Big Island of Hawaii. So in the first place, I don't think any of the neighbor islands are in great Zombie danger, since it takes a boat to get them there in the first place. Oahu, of course, is another matter. But even if enough Zombies arrive, though my lot is just a mile and two-thirds from the highway, the last 1000 feet is over a road that is thoroughly overgrown. You could push through it with a Jeep, but I walk it. But the point is there are plenty of other roads with much more tempting (to Zombies) targets. Still, even if one does push through the growth,  what one sees is like the image below.



I should add that the place is a long way from being a functioning doomstead -- all that is there now looks like a homeless guy's camp. The main thing lacking is food, for which one would need to establish a food forest setup. Whether I ever get it going is an open question -- I'm not sure I have the energy to make it happen, and even if I did, I'm not sure I would want to. So at present it is at best a bugout location.
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« Reply #7 on: September 25, 2013, 12:12:44 PM »
all that is there now looks like a homeless guy's camp.

Best keep it looking that way. Try to appear crazy AND homeless to the Kam'ainia. Food forest is a distinct possibility in that climate. Better than most places. Plant coffee!

at present it is at best a bugout location.

Hmmm....you might need the sailboat to GET there. I think it's about a thirty day sail. (from CA, I mean.) Ask Ray, he's done it.



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« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2013, 01:15:58 PM »
all that is there now looks like a homeless guy's camp.

Best keep it looking that way. Try to appear crazy AND homeless to the Kam'ainia. Food forest is a distinct possibility in that climate. Better than most places. Plant coffee!

I think it's too wet for coffee, which is grown on the dry sides of the islands. As for appearances, I figure keep the homeless guy's camp as what first appears, then have a disguised trail back a couple of hundred feet to a cabin. Given the overgrowth, it is easy to keep it hidden.

Those pole-like trees in the picture are strawberry guava, an invasive species, but make good poles. I figure with a couple of tarps for a roof, held up by poles, with screening around the sides, one could make a relatively comfortable place to stay.

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at present it is at best a bugout location.

Hmmm....you might need the sailboat to GET there. I think it's about a thirty day sail. (from CA, I mean.) Ask Ray, he's done it.

Well, I don't, as I'm in Hilo, so if everything stops, it is a 15 mile walk. Of course, it could just be my luck to be visiting the mainland when TSHTF.

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« Reply #9 on: September 25, 2013, 04:15:27 PM »

I think I've got a land-based solo doomstead option that isn't in great danger from Zombies, though that wasn't my motivation (my motive was setting up a place where it doesn't get cold that I could live on for less than my soc. sec. check). It's a 3-acre lot in Puna, on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Miracles do happen!  Ka posts on a topic outside of Religion and Philosophy!   :icon_mrgreen:

As Doomstead Locations go, Hawaii gets a Low Score on the RE Scale of Sustainability.

Current Population 1.3M  Land Area: 10,931 sq mi

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Hawaii is the 8th smallest, the 11th least populous, but the 13th most densely populated of the 50 U.S. states.

By comparison, Alaska has 750,000 people in 586,412 sq mi.

Hawaii imports just about all it's food, so when JIT Shipping fails the locals are likely to go on Haole Hunting parties, the other White Meat.  :icon_sunny:


There are however locations where the Individual Doomsteader might stand a chance, Peter's new location in Wallace Bay is remote enough he shouldn't get too many visitors.  Still, not even sure about that one depending how things go for the folks in Bella Bella.

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« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2013, 04:38:12 PM »
Not trying be down on Hawaii, but don't the Kuroshio and North Equatorial ocean currents kinda keep the radiated water that is spewing out of Fukushima circling around Hawaii?
 
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« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2013, 05:14:10 PM »
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As Doomstead Locations go, Hawaii gets a Low Score on the RE Scale of Sustainability.

Everyplace has it's problems for sure.

The idea of always being warm is very appealing to me however, that finding the energy and the wherewithal to stay warm two thirds of the year is a downer for me.

Wouldn't KA's pick also have an abundance of fish and fruit to survive on, as well as that warm sun? 

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« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2013, 08:32:47 PM »

As Doomstead Locations go, Hawaii gets a Low Score on the RE Scale of Sustainability.

Current Population 1.3M  Land Area: 10,931 sq mi

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Hawaii is the 8th smallest, the 11th least populous, but the 13th most densely populated of the 50 U.S. states.

Yes, but almost a million of that 1.3 million are on Oahu. The Big Island has pop. 185,000 on 4028 sq. mi., so a density of about 50 per square mile, or less than 1 person per 10 acres.

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Hawaii imports just about all it's food, so when JIT Shipping fails the locals are likely to go on Haole Hunting parties, the other White Meat.  :icon_sunny:

The Big Island could feed itself. Oahu, obviously, can't. So the question is what percentage of the population of Oahu have sailboats.

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« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2013, 08:55:31 PM »
I should add that the place is a long way from being a functioning doomstead -- all that is there now looks like a homeless guy's camp. The main thing lacking is food, for which one would need to establish a food forest setup. Whether I ever get it going is an open question -- I'm not sure I have the energy to make it happen, and even if I did, I'm not sure I would want to.
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Who gave you the impression that setting up a food forest was difficult?  My guess was someone in cold or dry climate.

The big thing I would concentrate on is gathering seeds of tropical fruits you like to eat and just scattering them around the property.

With a food forest, I think you actually would have a halfway decent setup.  Without it, I'd have to agree with RE.
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« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2013, 09:21:30 PM »
The Big Island could feed itself. Oahu, obviously, can't. So the question is what percentage of the population of Oahu have sailboats.

Mmmm, no more like what percentage of the population can pick up an inflatable kayak at Walmart.  It's only 200 miles from Oahu to Hawaii. Anybody with an open boat and small outboard motor can make the trip in a day.  Besides that, anybody who owns one of those sight-seeing Catamaran Party Boats can do a nice Bizness shipping Oahu Residents over to the Big Island and Maui a dozen or two at a time, twice a week. There are dozens if not hundreds of these Party Boats operating around the islands.


One has to figure as soon as JIT collapses, Boat People from Oahu will be crossing to the Big Island and Maui en masse.

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