Broadcasting network. We have to hit the reset button to create a true culture of preparedness, starting at a very young age and still train all the way up.
A break between the lunch or the dinner rushes. Pull off the apron, take off the chef coat, run to the bathroom. There’s another big rush coming. It’s dinner time at Alma de Cuba Walnut street center, city, Philadelphia, And me washing my hands thoroughly wondering where, what am I do? I even belong in a place like this?
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Douglas Rodriguez, a wave of Latino cuisine and in the background of the bathroom and this music, right? Cuban jazz at its finest, A variety of cuts and burns on hands and arms. And while I loved it while I was in love with it, the culinary arts, this quest to become a chef at my own place.
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Most nights, most Saturday nights between the dinner rush, I was, I was really wrapped up in one idea and one idea only, and that was catching the L train back before 1230, hopping in my 92 green Oldsmobile and driving home to my girlfriend. Welcome into the, I am Liberty show folks. So glad you could be with me tonight.
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We got a big show. I have promised you a myriad of things tonight. One of those things is to try to keep the craft above COVID-19 and the riots on the streets of the nation. Now we do have to dip down. Occasionally we got to go into things like the new stimulus that was passed, because there’s some funny stuff going on. There. There is some funny stuff going on there.
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And I, you know, I’ve got some predictions to make about where that’s going to go, but for the most part, what I, you know, I really do want to talk about love and war. I want to talk about the effects that, that this hoity toity idea of love, the effects that the virus, the lockdown, the S the fear is having around the nation. You know, th that emotion is a driving force in your life like it or not. Oh, I don’t love the new thing. I’m a prepper.
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And I’m a tactical, whatever, whatever. I don’t know. I don’t know how everybody feels about love. You guys know how I feel about it. To me, it might as well be real life magic that we get to partake in. If we’re lucky, you know, it’s one of the great rewards in the game of life. And we’re going to talk about that. And we’re going to talk about sort of the antithesis, which is war, which is it’s happening on many levels.
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It’s happening on many levels, but I’m going to try not to talk about Portland. I’m going to try not to talk about the politicians who swear up and down that there is no, there is no violence. I don’t know this, this violence. I’m not really sure about it. I don’t really know what these people are talking about, but I haven’t seen anything that looks remotely. I mean, it’s a sparse amount of violence, but it’s nothing, nothing to be concerned about. I, man, I don’t want to talk about those types tonight.
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We will talk about those types tonight, but I’m going to make an a concerted effort not to. Okay. That’s my emo tonight on the, I am Liberty show. Now briefly, very briefly. I want to give you a bit of a monologue on top of that monologue, which is a call to action as preppers don’t fall for complacency.
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This is likely the beginning of a long and massive change. Not just you see, we lost, we lost change. Our change was hijacked by the new change, But we’re in this. We’re in a massive change as well as we speak. We’re in a massive amount of change. I’m talking in your four walls. I’m talking in your household. I was telling you before don’t close any doors, put, leave everything on the table.
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Okay? This is vital. Don’t fall for complacency. Don’t fall into the mindset that this will all blow over. Now is the time for the foot on the gas. In terms of prepping, as the cities burn, the lockdowns increase the world spirals. I mean, to be quite honest, you need to prepare harder ever. Sit down with the wife, sit down with the husband, make plans, make moves. Now, now it’s the time, but I’m telling you, this is an endurance event.
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And both from the standpoint of the threats, we know the threats, right? Threats, probably ain’t going anywhere for awhile. We’ve got a long conversation to have as a nation over a vaccine. And that vaccine conversation, Oh, it’s going to get ugly. It’s going to be very interesting, but it’s going to be very ugly. It might, it might even Trump the mask conversation, but we’ll see, you know, I got my in terms of war, my ears perked up the other day, because I was listening to an article while I was writing.
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And the article was all about the fact that the United States military will likely be the first to receive the vaccine. And I thought to myself, wow, what a great opportunity. If we screw that up, then we can have, frankly, well, just think about it. We’ve we would have a tanking economy. We would have a people that are at the throats of one another. And then perhaps we could run a vaccine through the military that would cripple how many members of the military, if it’s not done correctly, right?
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How many people could get sick? How many soldiers could get sick? At what point? At what point do we go? Whoa, Whoa, let’s just hold on. Oh, they, they also, they hauled the tech monarchs on, up on Capitol Hill today. I didn’t get a chance to watch it all. I didn’t get a chance to watch it all. But in the brief moments that I did sit down and watch it, I was watching him talk to a, I don’t know, the, the CEO of Google, I guess.
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And they were talking about how they work with the police. Are you going to continue to work with the police, with your analytics? And then they were talking about working with the United States military. And I said, Whoa, now I never made this connection in my head. You could call me what you want. But what I will tell you is this. I never made the connection between Google doing the things that they do with China and Google, also working with our military.
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So in other words, they’re taking money from the CCP and then they’re taking money from the U S government. And you find yourself, I mean, you don’t have to make too many chess, moves to figure out how that goes. Right? Okay. Well, who’s going to pay me more so that I don’t divulge the other side secrets. Oh, it’s dangerous. It’s dangerous. So I’ll have to look into it. I didn’t have time to sit down and find out what the, what happened up there on Capitol Hill today.
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But you know, we’ll see the tech monarchs, the techno monarchs are being questioned and apparently Congress is much more vitriolic lately. I don’t know what’s going on trying to move back to like 18th century continental Congress style. I wish they would start punching each other. That would be entertaining also. So as I was saying, don’t fall for the complacency. Don’t fall into the mindset that this is all going to blow over.
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To be quite honest with you. Something I keep thinking is that it’s time to prep. Even harder. It’s time to just keep the wheels going. It might even be time to move it to another gear. I don’t know your situation. I don’t know most of your personal situations or preparedness, outlooks, things like that. But what I can say is we’re in a weird time, man, we’re in a weird time and it’s well, it’s like, I’ve always been saying, depending on where you are, where you are, will depend on how much you rely on your preps to be quite honest, you know, it’s for a long time, we all figured we’d be in the same boat.
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But quite frankly, it is what it is. We’re not going to be in the same boat. You know, where I live is a very different than New York city, where I live is very different than say a Alpharetta, Georgia. You know, it’s just, it’s different, different, right? Different problems, different issues, different leadership, you know, the Lea the leadership, the leadership has done us all in.
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It has done us all in that. No, but in the live chat room says I’m going all out on prepping up until the election. I think that’s a good move. I think that’s a good move. Anybody else find it remotely disturbing that Biden has not considered anybody with a penis for the VP. Nobody. It’s not even a question.
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There is not one male Democrat out there, not one male Democrat out there has perked his ear up. I mean, not that he’s in control of anything, right? Joe Biden. I don’t even want to pick on the guy. You know, it’s for number one, it’s too easy. Number two, I feel bad. I don’t know why his family’s allowing this to happen. You know, I would never want to be in the situation that he’s in.
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The guy has no idea where he’s at and what he’s saying half the time. And it’s brutal to watch. And now he’s, I guess he’s going to come out arm and arm with, I don’t know, arm and arm with some woman, you know what I mean, arm and arm with some woman candidate. But it’s just amazing to me that not one, not one, man. No, there’s not a Democrat man out there. I don’t even know if Democrat men are men to begin with, but, but there’s a, there’s not one male specimen from that side, not one democratic presidential hopeful that he’s even got considered.
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Not just, what is that? What is that? That’s social justice. That’s social justice. Mr. Walton. That’s what that is. It’s crazy. Oh, that’s the craziest time. That’s the absolute craziest time. There’s never been a time like this. I can’t wait to read the history books I’m going to read. I’ll be on my death bed, reading the history of the 21st century, the early 21st century, just to relive all these feelings in this craziness.
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People are going to look back at this time, folks that are going to be like, what the hell, what the hell happened there? They went all the way off the deep end with that. So it is what it is. You know,
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What I will say
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Is if I were Joe Biden, I would have grabbed a hold of Bernie Sanders and walked arm and arm with him out on the stage. They’d have like a combined age of 250 years experience or something like that. I don’t know. When in his witness tonight, when, what is up, he says, I despise the phrase, social justice,
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I hate the word as I hate hell. Oh, Montague’s sorry. I was skimming a skimming Shakespeare before the show. Can’t do a show about love without, without a little talk of the old, the old man who no, one’s really sure. Even existed. I don’t know. I don’t know much about the history of the man, but I, I do enjoy his work. So I’ll tell you that. So let’s talk about the new stimulus.
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Cause there’s one thing in particular that I want to talk about that has me very interested in how this is going to go. Well, I could say interested. I could say radically upset and it to do with money for the schools. Oh yeah. Money for the schools made its way into the stimulus. Now that’s interesting, right? I don’t know about you, but my kid is not going to school.
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Not only is my kid not going to school here in Virginia, we have a long history of funding schools with a variety of taxes. Oh, we have a whole host of taxes for that have been built into this idea that we need to fund schools. It started with a, well, I don’t know where it started to be quite honest with you probably started a very long time ago with, with different things. But since I’ve been here, it started with a brilliant idea that they call the meals tax and the meals tax.
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Oh, by the way, you’re going to hear the star Spangled banner here in a few minutes. As my family comes home and I, I give them a good night. When will the IRS send your new stimulus check seven hours ago? You know what? I’m going to read it anyway, just cause it’ll be fun. So we started out with this meals check, right? And the Senate is leaving again. The Senate’s last day in session before it’s August recess is August 7th, which means Congress has to agree on a final stimulus bill.
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Before then I came in at a minimum nine September. The session starts a month later and they just get back. What did these people do? They literally just got back. I was reading articles about this stimulus and seeing that they were the whole thing was the fact that they were, they had to get back from a recess to get back prepared for their next recess. That is unbelievable to me. I can’t believe it. I don’t know.
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I don’t, I don’t understand enough about Congress. It’s that simple. It’s that simple. They are clearly on, on the path to do whatever the hell it is they want to do. And we are to sit here and smile and we are to sit here and smile. But anyway, this new stimulus, the only reason I really wanted to bring it up, they’re given money. Again, 1200, 500 for dependence.
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Dependence can be adults. Of course, because this is America, right? Nothing says a strong nation like adult dependence, nothing says America, 21st century America like adult dependence. What in the hell is an adult dependent? I don’t even know what that means. That to me means that I have to pay somebody multiple times. Right?
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I have to pay somebody multiple times. Cause if they’re not making enough money living in mom’s basement, then they’re going to get a check. And if they’re living in mom’s basement and they’re dependent, then mom gets a check for them too. And if it’s that kind of mom, I have to imagine that they’re going to get that money too. Aren’t they? Money for schools stimulus.
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Yeah. So we paid the meals tax for a while. We paid a meals tax for a while and that was all that was thrown in our face as a way to, you know, help the schools that were going to get the schools taken care of. What’s going to happen here. We’re going to get the schools taken care of. Now. Now it looks like the meals tax wasn’t getting it done. So they started a tax. The smokers get started tax the smokers.
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Jesus, good God.
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And the money he listened to this it’s outstanding. COVID funding to support students
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For an education stabilization fund. This is in the cares act. Oh this was, this was the one that already came out. This was care’s. Where’s the new stimulus money it’s in the billions Jesus. I didn’t realize that much money. When and what did we dump all this money into schools? One of my kids weren’t even at school 14 billion for higher education, 3 billion for the governors to spend what’s that mean 154 million for the Bureau of Indian education. 100 million for why do we have a Bureau 100 million for project serve grants, 18.5 billion for snap, 8.8 billion for children, nutrition programs.
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Hold on, hold on. What the hell is snap? I guess, I guess that’s cool. A hundred. Listen to this one. This is a terrifying thing to think about here.
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180 million in quote unquote,
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Rethink K through 12 school models, micro grants. Hm.
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You know where that money went, right? That money. That money went to a, how can we do a better job at indoctrination? Thank you that, but I know, I know that food stamps or snap, but I, what got me confused was what got me confused was snap. And then the, then the children’s nutrition programs, but I put it together in my head. Obviously one is, one is food stamps.
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The other is a nutrition at schools. Roger that. So down looking up the numbers. So anyways, they, they taxed the tobacco smokers now here in Virginia and say that, you know what? Nobody likes you guys anyway, so we can attack you. You’re like the wounded possum. So, so we can attack you for a little more money. So that’s what they’re doing. They’re taking money from the smokers and not even that’s enough, you know, not even that’s enough, it’s outstanding.
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Now we’re going to send them some ungodly amount of money. I can’t find the damn article that breaks it all down for the schools to reopen Congress must include broadband funding and the stimulus bill that already happened. Here we go. GOP stimulus package schools will have to hat schools will have to reopen to receive the $45 billion in aid. So you see what’s going on here.
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This is the headline I was looking for. It’s not the story. I don’t know. I’m not probably not going to be. This means that about 45 billion over half the amount allocated for those schools would hinge open those institutions, being able to reopen that. What does that even mean? Would hinge open this, this person doesn’t nobody spellchecks shit anymore. What they meant to write is would hinge upon those institutions. Being able to reopen their doors for in-person instruction.
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This is the only Forbes. What they wrote is this means that about 45 billion over half the amount allocated for these schools would hinge open those institutions, being able to reopen, you know, I think, I think I almost feel when I read these articles in the, in the grandma, grammatical errors are so amazing. I’m starting to wonder if people like Lizette,
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I wonder if she’s even a person. I wonder if they’re not just letting computers write articles now. So why is this so interested to your host or interesting to your host? It’s quick, pretty simple. So money changes, everything. Money changes, everything. Okay. Do you remember? I think it was cap and trade cap and trade was basically the idea that you couldn’t, you couldn’t, or you shouldn’t pollute.
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And if you pollute to a certain amount, then you are going to be charged some sort of a fee. Right.
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Which sounded really cool on the face. It was like, Oh yeah, that makes sense. Charge them bastards. Don’t let them ruin our planet. But what it really meant was, and I, like I said, it seems like people don’t think anything through anymore, but what it really meant was you can trash the planet so long as you had the money to pay for it, the money, the money is everything. So what I want to see is how does this change?
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The tune bang? No, but I’m not even going to say what you just said in chat on, on air, because those are, those are pro numbers. You’re putting up professional prepping numbers with that purchase. And I don’t even want to mention it on there just in case someone could somehow figure out who you are. Anyhow, I just got knocked sideways by that took me.
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It was like getting hit in the solar plexus with a number like that. The NV swelled all the way up to my, from my toes all the way up to my ears. Anyhow, what I’m interested to see is this we’ve had, and I know there’s probably listeners out there who could fall on either side of this thing and that’s fine. It is what it is. But what I want to see is, is how does this affect this, this overwhelming movement to keep children and teachers and everybody safe by keeping the schools closed?
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Right? All of the sudden we take 45 billion and waggle it in front of the teachers, faces the superintendent’s faces and yada yada, yada, so on and so forth. And I just want to see, I just want to see what happens. You know, I just want to see if all of a sudden we’ll look at this. I think I see some, I think I see some lights on at the school house. All the sudden, you know, money has a tendency to do those things.
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Money has a tendency to make you throw caution to the wind. So when I see 45 billion being offered up to schools, I can’t help. But wonder if raises, if, if all sorts of things, all of a sudden come into play and the teachers unions go from saying, we’re going to kill everybody. If anybody goes into school, everyone’s going to die. If they go from that mindset to, you know, well maybe it’s not so bad.
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Maybe, maybe it’s not so bad. Maybe that $500 bonus or whatever makes me feel like it’s not so bad, you know, it’s weird that we can be bought, but it’s also kind of a, in times like these to see people be bought off is also kind of, it’s a relief, right? It’s like, Oh God, we’re still human. I think we’re still human.
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I’m telling you, we are talking. We are talking serious ammunition numbers here at the prepper broadcasting network chat. Now, one of the beautiful things about it is you’ll never see those numbers if you log in now, because you can’t go back. Speaking of element element is going to be home to our new EOC was called riot is now called element. It is an open source technology that our very own CIN Gibson, AKA Lucius Fox is working on this weekend to get it up and running and we will have an EOC back.
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Okay. And we’ll also have a private members chat and we’ll also have a, a home for the continuity meetings and convocations, which is what, what I’m really most excited about. I did love the EOC. I thought it was great. So I’m glad this is open source. This is something we can put on our own server if we want to, I’d have no idea what that costs yet, but I’m going to look into it. And this is exactly the type of technology that I want to deal with.
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Okay. I want everything like this. You know, w we, Dave Jones, the NBC guy is in chat room. Dave, you said you drank some disaster coffee. I thought you didn’t drink coffee. Oh, Oh, Oh. You’re, you’re replying to my level of energy. I stopped drinking coffee at six at 6:00 PM.
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Cause if I drink coffee, if I, if I’m drinking coffee right now, which I have done in the past, there’s just no point in sleeping. There’s none, none. I have radical dreams. And, and I’ll tell you what, it’s just, there’s no sleep to be had. So this is what I want you guys to think about because people are hungry for answers, right? People are hungry for answers and solutions.
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And then people are nervous and people are scared and we don’t want to see the nation go. What it’s going through. We don’t want to see what has happening to it happened to it. We don’t want to see institutions like the NFL and baseball. And I don’t know, you know, I don’t know whatever, as I said before the first, let me give you a guiding light. Okay? The guiding light is this before the NFL committed suicide, which is in my opinion, what they’ve done, I was not watching football.
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Like I used to already baseball sucks, period. I would never watch baseball unless I went to see the Phillies. You know what I mean? If I went to the citizens bank park and watched a Philly’s, I would watch a full baseball game. That’s it? You will never catch me saying we got to catch the Phillies game tonight. Well, I watched a series in Oh nine and that was about it. And man, that was cool. But anyhow, sports there’s no, they, it doesn’t fit.
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You know, the only thing that hurts a little is the fact that my son is now into the Eagles. So that’s a pain point, but you know what things change, man? Yes. Football has been the thing, you know, football has been a big part of my life. Every Sunday, Eagles, every Sunday, fishing come home, mom’s got dinner, mom’s got lunch and we got Eagles and it’s as good as it can get. And that’s, that was my life.
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Growing up things change football is not a thousand year institution or anything. You know, aunt Jamaima is not a thousand year institution. Yes. We’re losing things. Yes. People are being bullied out of business, but I’m telling you what guys. Number one, there are better products number.
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Listen to me, there are better products. There are better institutions out there for you to spend your time on real maple syrup is 7 billion times better than aunt Jemima. I know, but it’s the principle of the thing. Not really. It really the principle of the thing. I mean, a lot of people on our side of the fence got really upset about aunt Jemima and uncle Ben and all that. Right.
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I don’t even buy it either product cream of wheat, I don’t buy it. You get that. Right. So in other words, yeah, sucks. We don’t want to see people and we want to stand up for institutions like that because we want people to be around a standup for us. These marks. So fascists, I dunno if that word exists or not, or if I coined it, feel free to use Mark.
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So fascist is what I’m calling. Okay. These marks. So fascists have, have queers. My family surprised they’re not here yet. These marks. So fascists have figured out how they can bully people and how they can affect some sort of change. They don’t really have. They don’t really have a good targeting system, right? It’s like a cluster bomb is what they’re working with, but they don’t own the market on change.
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You get that right. They don’t own the market on changing before they came along with their idea of change or going to change legs room, we need to save the planet and we need to make sure that there is social justice and equality. And we need to make sure that the police are gone so that you don’t get me started. I don’t want to go down that path. We have been in the business of change for years, right? Who’s been at the head of the pack when it comes to change more than the preppers, who is the guy slapping solar arrays up on their roofs.
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You know what I mean? It grow and food in the back yard doing the real work, who are the people looking at the, you know, what I’m getting at is this guys. There’s a lot of things that are going away in our life and the way they’re going away is unjust. And it makes you feel real angry. I know that, but there’s also, I mean, change is continuous.
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Change is forever, and there’s a good chance that a lot of these things, aren’t something that you want to be involved in any way in the long run. In other words, for me personally, if the NFL wasn’t cutting their wrists right now, I probably wouldn’t watch that much football this year. Anyway. Right? This is just one example.
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But you have to understand, we have been the, the owners of, of big change for a long time, just because this group comes along, decides they’re going to change some things, quote unquote, you know, it is what it is. It’s a group compiled of a bunch of people who have not been shellacked by life yet. This is what we’re dealing with. Now, there are some more grand scale plans and workings, right? There’s definitely a full scale attack on the way capitalism works.
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And if you look into it, you quickly find out that the biggest problems with capitalism and even the problems that these marks, so fascists are pointing out, have to do with government intervention, right? Wealth inequality. What will you talk about? The richest people in the world are the richest. Yeah, basically the richest people in the world. Most of them what’s going on.
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What’s going on with them. They’re working hand in hand with governments. I’ve talked about this with Google at the head of the show. So in other words, you following what I’m saying. In other words, the group hates Jeff Bezos and wants to hang him because he’s loaded with money and he won’t give any of it to them for doing nothing. So they want to kill him because he’s a, he’s a memento of capitalism.
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They want a Marxist world. They want to a communist world where the wealth can be rubbed as free distributed and businesses can work hand in hand with the government to assure that happens. Hold on, hold on, hold on. Meanwhile, giant tech companies like Google are working hand in hand with the government. The sorest spots, the banks, right? The sorest spots in this, in this attack on capitalism, almost all of them have to do with industries that are subsidized by the government, working with the government or already remotely socialist in some way.
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But I don’t know if any of that matters either. I don’t even know if any of that matters. Some mornings, I wake up and say, this is chaos for chaos sake, all over the world at all levels, AOC, whatever, whatever you can pick someone out of any position w H Joe, right? It doesn’t matter. Chaos for chaos sake. That’s what it seems like some days to me. So what do you do? What are you doing?
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You fortify. You have to fortify. It all comes down to fortification. You fortify what it is. You truly believe you fortify what it is you want to protect, right? And you make sure you’re capable of protecting it from whatever it is. I can tell you right now, if you’re sitting around and you’re looking for action, you want an actionable thing to do.
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You need to get involved in politics in your area. I don’t mean run. I just mean you got to get involved. You can’t sit on the sidelines. You need to support candidates that believe what you believe in. This is critical. This is no joke. This is, you know, it is what it is. I know many of you are sick of the political games and that type of thing, but one of the reasons we’re in the boat, we’re in and you look, it’s very clear.
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You look at the States that are, are going to collapse before the end of the year. You look at the States that I just don’t even think you’re going to believe what happens in places like LA. I don’t think you’re going to believe what happens in Chicago by the end of this year, no matter what happens in the election. I find it. I mean, I see a lot of people saying Donald Trump is a monster, but I find it very hard to believe that anybody can willingly pull the handle for Biden.
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It just is insane to me. But anyhow, that nub brings up an interesting point. Think about your prepper group after SHTF scenario, want to be more socialist. Everyone works hard for the group and everyone gets food, shelter, medical protection. Well, you bring up a good point. I don’t remember who said this. I want to say it might’ve been Jordan Peterson. Right. But he was talking about, he was talking about just this fact right here.
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Right. And it was the idea of, you know, with my, my home, my, my immediate family is a commune. Right? That’s I it’s like a commune. Right? It’s a free for all, all the resources are for everyone and yada, yada, yada. And then he was saying like, with his, with his friends and his, and his family beyond that, he’s like a communist or socialist. Right. He’s willing to share in that type of thing.
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And then he said with the world, the world beyond that, he’s a capitalist. And I liked that. I liked that breakdown, you know? Cause I think that’s kind of reasonable. It makes sense to me, you know? And I think that’s kind of what you’re speaking to that nub. Yes. These people in your group, right. Are going to cleave closer to you than ever before. They’re going to be like family. So yes, you’re going to treat them very differently. But when you say prepper group, you know, we really have to be careful about prepper group.
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There’s no time for prepper group right now. And I was talking about this on YouTube and with the members, the time for prepper group has passed. You know, this, this is what you have to understand right now, the time for building a prepper, following a prepper group, a mag or whatever, if you haven’t done it, you might be able to pull some people together that you can talk to with a ham radio in your area, but to have an effective group, that’s gonna, you know, do the things that you’re going to need to do possibly in your area from a security standpoint, man, I don’t know.
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I don’t know if that’s past, I don’t know if that’s possible anymore. I’m going to go back to my old standby and tell you that if you, if you don’t have a group that you’ve been meeting with and drilling with and stuff like that, you gotta go right to neighbors. You’ve got to find the terrified neighbors in your neighborhood. Okay? That’s what you need. You have to go find the people who have a vested interest in the security of your neighborhood.
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This has always been a problem for me, you know, who is leaving their house. In other words, my peers or people, my age with kids and a family, they have invested money in their home. All their kids’ toys are at home, all their preps or at home, who’s coming to my house. I’m the sure as hell, not going to your house, right? This is a survive. My property.
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And my house is a survival investment. It is the largest survival investment I’ve ever made. When you put into play, all of the things that have been planted, the things that have been done to the grounds, the things that have been done to the home, that all of it, the things stored within the home, who’s leaving. Who’s going to say, you know what? I’m going to let the writers burn my house down. I’m coming to your place. I just can’t see it working personally.
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What I can see working very easily. Nobody wants their house burned down on your block. And there are people roaming. The city’s burning houses down. So a very simple conversation to have is what can we do to keep the houses from being burned. Funny. You should ask. Let’s have a look at these plans. Neighbors. Now, listen, it’s taken me a long time to a mess.
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Any neighbors, a small contingency of neighbors, right? But we’re here, we’re here and we’re ready. And that’s all I’m going to say about it. That’s all I’m going to say about it because you know, that’s what you have to do, but there’s a lot of fantasy in this thing. You know, we Ms. Jordan. God, do we Ms. Jordan Ferguson? I can’t wait until Jay Fergie’s back. But Jay Fergie coin, one of the great phrases that is so pertinent right now, you should almost meditate on it.
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Right? And it is prepare for your family, not your fantasy. Okay? Prepare for your family, not your fantasy. Are you feeling lucky and chances I’m taking $20 bets that nothing happens in November. I’m in lucky I am. So in on that bet, my man, you tell me how you want it to go down. Well, let’s just put it this way. Lucky what I’ll do to make it easy on you.
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I’ll just send you my PayPal information tomorrow because you can pay now or pay later. But anyhow, we can do a double or nothing to if, if you want to add on like a certain state, I’ll even pick a state for you. But anyhow, let me get the gambling out. The time is short on, on groups. You know, we’ve had a long time as preppers to, to find the perfect group and the define the perfect group and the train with the perfect group.
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And I’ve got the perfect group. And we’re basically the justice league of prepping. You know what I mean? That time is over. In my opinion, if you’re in an area where you’re going to deal with something, like if you’re living in a place, you know, suburb to a small city to begin with you probably going to be fun. You know, maybe I don’t know, I’m a prepper. That’s not good enough. Right?
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That’s what it looks like to me. That’s a good one. I liked that. I liked that one. So I still don’t know where the family is. It’s almost 10 o’clock at night. They’re never out this late. They must be eating. Nope. They’re they are like, like perfect timing. Enjoy the banner for a moment. Will you
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That, that rarely gets old. So I guess we might as well knock out these announcements while I got your attention after that. Oh, the big one, the big one is tsunami disaster, coffee.com. The latest and the greatest. There’s still plenty of what you might not have any time to put together. That magic group, plenty of time to put together your stockpile of disaster coffee. But if I’m honest, I probably wouldn’t recommend you buy the coffee itself.
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I’d recommend you buy the bunker beans because they’re designed for, you know, longterm storage, but we released a new flavor today. It’s called tsunami. It’s an outstanding, what did I call it earlier? It’s a fine drinking coffee. Like I said, if you’re in a like drinking coffee, like a beverage, I don’t mean like, let me drink this coffee in the morning so I can deal with my day type of thing, but I’ll drink coffee all day.
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I’ll drink coffee all day when I can brew another pot of coffee at 12, because I have a show at night. It’s like, Oh yeah, it’s going to be a good one. This is a single origin coffee, which means it’s one type of being from one place comes from Nicaragua. And it is just as smooth and wonderful as it can be. I’m telling you right now, it stole, it stole first place for me from, and I just so you know, I was very honest about the last flavor.
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So when a new flavor comes out, I don’t just go raw. This is the best I told you. Pandemic is a it’s it’s jet fuel. You know what I mean? It will kill me if I drank it every day. So it is not my favorite flavor. That was our last one to come out. This one on the other hand is for me, it’s a medium roast. It’s smooth. It’s got, it’s got a lot of integrity. Let’s just put it that way. I also have to tell you guys about pod scribe.
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So Jen asks, is it stronger than category six in pandemic? It is not as strong as category six or a pandemic. A pandemic is a six being espresso blend, right? You know what? Espresso is kicks you right in the face for a guy like me with a high metabolism. It just affects my heart in a really weird way. Not a fan. Don’t get me wrong. The flavor of pandemic is awesome. And if I can have, if I do it like a French press brew and I have a good, I’m good, but if I drink it, like I drink other coffee, it’s not good for me.
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Category six is one of the more interesting flavored coffees, but pandemic and cat six are both dark roast. So they’re both very different than tsunami because tsunami’s a medium roast coffee. It’s a smoother coffee to me. I used to think the dark roast was what I liked. I did because you know, rare steak, dark roast, bourbon, you know, those kinds of things like you just, you feel like you’re that kind of guy, right?
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Give me the dark roast in reality, the way I like to drink coffee, I’m more of a medium roast guy. And I think that you can, I think that you can appreciate the coffee at a medium roast, better than a dark. That’s just my opinion. You know, coffee is one of those things. Like everything else, like cheese, it’s like wine. It’s like, you know, all that, like most people in this community with grains and ammunition and firearms kill each other over 155 gray.
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Big, big announcement email@example.com. Go give it a try. It’s called tsunami. It’s a single origin, which means it’s a more expensive coffee, but I got the price right there at 14 bucks just because it is what it is. The single origins are always more expensive than the blends. You know, it’s just how it works. This one’s exceptional. My son picked out the name, just, just out of the blue. I said, give me a disaster. We got a new flavor. This is my favorite one thus far.
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He said tsunami. I said, perfect. And it turns out in 1992, there was a sec set of tsunamis from an offshore earthquake that crashed into Nicaragua and did some serious damage. So I kind of liked that. I kind of liked that kind of ties it all together. But beyond that, I want to tell you guys about pod scribe, pod scribed.com. They’re the people responsible for the transcriptions on our podcasts and the transcriptions on our podcasts have changed the website completely.
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I mean, absolutely completely. Now every day we post a show, our archives of shows are back building again. And we have searchable transcriptions for our members, which is another service that pod scribe offers. They
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Listen, I don’t know
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Well what it takes to transcribe a podcast. I have no idea, but I know these guys do it. They do it every day for us. They do it for almost 40 hours of content a month and they do a hell of a job and it’s very affordable. So check pod, scribe.com out. If you’re interested in transcribing other podcasts, your own podcast or whatever,
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What else? Prepper
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Camp is quick approaching. This is what I want to tell you guys about prepper camp. It’s the last weekend in September, it’s going to be a hoot. It’s probably going to be the best prep camp ever because the world is going insane, right? We are likely going to burn an effigy of some kind for the continuity at prepper camp this year. I’m just, I’m just letting you know. We had our first convocation of the continuity, which is our, our secret society here, here at PBN.
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If you remember, you know about it, if you’re not a member, why aren’t you a member? So we had our first convocation and we talked about a bunch of things, fun stuff. And one of the things I talked about was, Hey guys, put your brains together and figure out what kind of an effigy I can build and take the prepper camp. Cause I want to burn one. Just so you understand what this secret society thing is all about. We’re having fun. We’re kind of making fun and having fun, but also doing a little foreshadowing as well.
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All right, well, we’re going to take all that weird secret society stuff and exploit it and have a good time. But anyhow, prepper camp could be on the list of things that you can afford to do this year that you think you shouldn’t be able to afford. And I’m going to tell you why. If the widest I’ve been listening to sad guru and I just love the way he says virus, he calls it the widest.
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If the virus gets worse, I can tell you right now, rates to fly are already cheap. You book ahead, they’re already cheap rates to fly. You’re only going to get cheaper if things get crazier, right? So you’re living in a place where you might think, you know what? Prepper camp in a possible, I can’t fly there. I’m not going to drive there, but you know what?
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I’ll tell you what, check those plane flight prices out. If you’re healthy enough to fly and all that kind of, you know, I’d love to see at prepper camp. I don’t know what the deal with tickets are though. It’s it’s almost August. And I can tell you right now, it will be sold out probably in September. What else? EPC. The EPC was out today. The mailing lists, please sign up if you’re not signed up and I don’t really want to talk about darker trails yet, I’ve made a commitment to myself.
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You know, there’s this new book that I’m writing called darker trails. I said, I’m going to put it off. I’m going to put it off because there’s so much going on in the world. And then I said, that’s silly. Everybody had so much fun with the continuity. Everybody had so much fun with all these goofy things that I’ve been doing lately, that it made me realize darker trails is going to be a break from it. All. It’s going to be a break from the madness.
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It’s going to be entertainment. And it’s going to be entertainment from somebody that you, you don’t have to feel guilty about. You know, so many of these people that we get our entertainment from are just they’re monsters. You know, behind closed doors, they’re supporting everything. I’m lucky in chat. Russ says North Carolina state fair got canceled today. Bump on pole, boom. I wonder what kind of pool they have over prepper camp. You see prepper camp is in a private campsite. So I don’t know if they’re what they can do to cancel it or not cancel it.
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It would be sad. I would be heartbroken, no prepper camp. I’m looking forward to hanging out with Wynn, to be quite honest with you. When I want to fill that coffee maker up with disaster coffee too, by the way, I wanna make sure that that happens. Okay. I think we need to talk well. Hmm. I’ve got a lot of little bits.
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I’ve got a lot of little bits. Let’s go with this. Let’s go with this. We’ve been talking warlike for a while. Now I had to prepare for your group and your security of your neighborhood and what it could look like and that type of thing. So there’s been a lot of talk of war. Let’s do some talk of love. Watch the chat room empty. Everybody goes to bed.
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Does anybody has anybody seen or read Midsummer’s night dream? So there is a character that I really need to explain all this. I probably don’t need to explain all this Helena. Helena loves Demetrius. Demetrius loves Hermia and it’s a, it’s a love triangle for a, it’s a love triangle on the outside of a gigantic and very important wedding.
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Okay. And Shakespeare says in, in that, which is really profound, he says, love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind. And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind in the reason I wanted to bring that quote up, which is awesome. First and foremost, I mean, you believe this guy wrote these things in the 16th century, right? And don’t let this moment in time.
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These lunatics in the streets steal your complexity. They have forfeited their complexity, right? There’s no complexity with them. They run at cars and hit them with things. They don’t even know who’s in there. You know what I mean? They’ve lost their complexity as human beings. What’d you have to understand is that complexity is what makes civility. It’s what makes us human.
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We’re in a dangerous place because we’re turning people into checklists. We’re turning people into mask on a BLM sign, American flag, two way sticker green hair, a pro school. Closing humanity is not so easy to define as fun as it is the rag on people at first glance. Remember that you never know, you know, this is very important. You never know what their life is like.
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You know me, we talk every week, but you don’t know me. You don’t know my life. What, what? What’s good. What’s bad. I mean, even people in my day to day, life don’t know what’s going on in my head. They don’t know what I’m upset about. They don’t know. You know, we are complex creatures. We are complex creatures. I see a lot of people out there who are allowing their complexity to be stolen, saying things like, you know, we need to get our guns out and just start shooting these people in the streets.
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You’re smarter than that. You need to think about the far reaching consequences of that. You need to think about taking a group of a hundred people and signing a death certificate for them all. Because you think that you know who they are,
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Have you ever done anything crazy or silly in your life? You probably did it in your twenties. Look, I’m not making excuses for the writers. It is what it is. What I’m telling you is don’t take the bait and don’t turn into an executioner into some person who thinks that you can clearly define someone based on their social media profile. Look, when I’m at the gym, I can suffer through like eight sets of bicep work, right?
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And, and the, the muscles can just be ripped and torn and weak and dead. You know what it’s like when a muscle is just dead and I might do, you know, three reps of, of the 50 pound, easy curl, something like that and drop it and say, well and shake and struggle to get those last three reps off. If you knew me only as the last set of the workout, you would say to yourself, this guy’s pretty weak.
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You know, you would say to yourself, God, I could do way more reps than that. With 50 pounds, the understand. We don’t know where these people are in their workout and that’s good. That’s the mindset you want. Don’t let them Rob you of your complexity. Don’t become one of these drones that just says everybody with a BLM sign is a demon, because then you’re just them. You just them. Then you are them.
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You that simple minded, aren’t you. If you can take that person and say he is this thing, because he has that sign and that’s all he is. And that’s all I’ll ever be. Well, you’re ready for war then. That’s exactly how you prime for war. It’s the dehumanization tactic right now. Maybe there comes a time when we need something like that. I don’t know, but I know right now, it’s not that time right now. It’s not that time. So don’t fall into the trap.
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Loud zoo. Lao Tzu said being deeply loved by someone gives you strength. Think about that. That’s true. Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage. How many people, when you talk about the condition of love in the nation, how many people are being starved of that emotion?
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Just think about it for a minute. Think about it. Just think about it from the standpoint of the child, grandparent interaction, you know, there is so much love. There is tremendous love in those relationships between grandparents and parents and grandchildren. This virus has made that a big problem travel in and of itself.
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The people we traveled to go see, you know, these things are being hindered. I mean, you’re not going to New York. So just think about that from a number of sheer number, right? Love is being tested in the home because after a long day’s work, it sure is great to come home and see your spouse and see your children and spend time with them. But it’s kind of hard to wake up every day and see them. And I have no escape from them and have, right?
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So these things are all testing. The landscape of love in our nation. Now I’m talking about real love. Now I’m not talking about putting love in chalk, on a wall or on a sign and saying that this is a moment of love. And I, you know, but you do have to recognize the fact that it is being tested. It is we are being starved of that emotion in the way that we’re used to being taking advantage of it, the way that we’re used to be enjoying it, we’re being starved of it.
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Friends, hobbies, certain people with certain hobbies, right? I mean, these things have been taken. They’ve been taken. It’s not money. It’s not a mask. It’s not a storefront. It’s not a diamond earring. It’s not a book bag or a pair of shoes. No, but if you think it’s not affecting you, you’re out of your mind.
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See, but most people don’t even understand what’s affecting. Cause that’s hard enough. It’s hard enough to know what really is affecting you and what really is messing you up. That nub has a great quote. Did you make that up? That’s a phenomenal quote. Nub nub says it is hard to always be the better person. You know what? I didn’t read it like that.
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I didn’t read the, that like that. It is hard to always be the better person that is reality. I read it as it is hard. It, I read that quote is, as it is as hard as always to be the better person, your quote is good. And I liked that, but the other one is pretty profound. It is as hard as always to be the better person yet.
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BLM says because I’m white, I’m racist. But I have to say just because they are BLM, they all have good qualities. It’s interesting. Right. It’s interesting. Right. But there is something to be said about both of those quotes. You can be the better person until you were threatened. And I think that’s what bothers people the most, right? That’s what, that’s what, that’s what drives you to want to take violent action?
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What drives you to want to take violent action is the fatigue that it takes to be the better person. And it also is the impending doom of it. All right. We have lived in an existential state of dread for a very long time. And the mainstream media has now understood that they can monetize that existential state of dread. And they’re doing a hell of a job.
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There’s only one way to get out of that existential state of dread for me. And I don’t know guys, I mean, when the pandemics started and I figured out what was happening and I realized that that lockdowns were coming and I told you all about it. I moved quickly towards an inner journey. I moved quickly towards Buddhism. Not as I’m not a religious person, okay?
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I’m not walking around the house as some Buddhist fundamentalist barking at my family about oneness. But I, I use spirituality and religion to help me through life, which is what I think that stuff is here for. And I quickly understood that. And I didn’t, I don’t know why I quickly understood it, but something was just telling me, this is the direction you need to go to survive. This.
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This is where you want to be to survive. What’s coming. It was this idea of going inward. The idea of going inward on our latest Monday motivation video, which is a members only fitness and health video weekly. One of the concepts I was talking about was that the biggest, one of the biggest issues that these mobs have is that they look outward for their problems, right?
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All their problems are outward. They’re on signs. They’re on lists of demands. Every one of my problems is on a sign. It’s a white guy. It’s a cop. It’s a, it’s a, you know, a rich guy. It’s this guy. It’s a, that guy, all of my problems are outward. If you take the time and I’m an over analyzer and all that. So if you take the time to go in inside, and if you have the courage to face all of your bullshit and you got plenty, don’t worry.
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We all got plenty that needs to be worked on and fixed. We all do gross things that we’re not proud of, you know, in how we interact with people and the whole thing. That’s where you need to be. Now you need to be outfitted to handle yourself. If you find yourself in a face off of one of these lost souls, but at the same time, in order to keep your complexity as a human being, in order to be able to look at a group of these people who are ripping fences down in Portland and throwing Molotov cocktails, you have to be able to hold onto that complexity you need.
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In other words, when it really comes down to, if you find yourself in a situation where, where self-defense is necessary, you have to be able to make that decision 100% as yourself, take the emotion out, right? That’s what it has to be.
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It has to be you recognizing a situation and saying, Hmm, this is a clear and present danger to my family. We need to go, Oh, we don’t have a means to go. So now we have to take action, right? And, and calm and cool. And just like that, not this guy with this sign, with this hat, with this saying, would this phrase, I’m going to do something. I’m going to get my way for a change. It’s a dangerous place to be.
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I’ve had the liberal socialist dripping water on my forehead for the last 30 years. Nub. I’m sorry. I’m sorry to hear it, buddy. It is what it is. Lucky says it’s made you a better person. He’s probably right. He’s probably right. I mean, think about it. It’s pushed you into preparedness without a doubt, without a doubt. It’s pushed you into preparedness. I mean, that’s a big deal. One third of renters are facing eviction. How do you think that’s going to look just a little stat for you?
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I’m pretty sure that this is the latest stimulus is going to extend the eviction money. But how long is that going to last? I heard today that 50% of restaurants are going to go out of business. I don’t know if I believe it, but that’s what I heard. 50%. There’s some rough roads ahead folks. Rough roads ahead. Now is the time for change. The people in the streets do not own the rights to change, right? They’re not the only people who can make change.
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You guys can do whatever the hell you want to do. I don’t care what you say. And now, like I said, back at the beginning of the pandemic now is the time for radical change. It really is. There’s no better time. In my opinion, there’s no better time to change things. Because now you get to look at a landscape where you can understand what is needed and what isn’t, it’s a good time. It’s a good time to make moves. And I love hearing you guys, people are getting used to online shopping, and it will be hard to go back to the mall.
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It’s already hard to go to the mall. I walk through a mall. It’s like, what, what did I ever do here? The mall? You know what I did here at the mall, and this is going to lead to one of my, one of the biggest topics I wanted to get to it as far as love is concerned, because it’s what spurred this whole idea on this show. The only thing we want to do at the mall was go get in trouble and, and meet girls. That was the mall for us, right? It was girls outside of school that we didn’t know, hopefully.
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So that was it. Now you’re married. You know what I mean? It’s over, what’d you win. There’s no point to be at the mall. The mall is like, how can I avoid the toys? The play areas, the, the food court for the most part, right? There’s no, the mall near us. There’s not a single, I don’t think there’s a single store in the mall near us. That is remotely. It, depending on time of the year, if it’s Christmas time, I can do a mall.
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But outside of that, there’s very little appeal there for me. But on the subject of meeting people on this, on the heading of love and the subheading of meeting people, which is where we’re at here on the, I am Liberty show is the idea of what is dating, like during the apocalypse, which I’m going to call right now. Right? So what is dating like right now? Just think about that.
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Another reason the guys are in the streets, trust me, trust me and believe me. I know you guys think I’m kidding. When I say, if, if we had a female conservative revolution in this nation, young girls high school into college revolution of conservative women, that’d be all you would need. That is literally the answer to saving America right there. If you want to talk about the quickest way from point a to point B to saving this nation, that’s what it has to be.
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That would clear it up immediately. Immediately. If you had a core group of conservatives conservative wave across the nation of young women, 17 to 25, it would do everything because the boys do what the girls want. It’s that simple. The boys do what the girls want. That’s how it works. That’s how it works.
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So yeah, politicians and this and war and all that. We can go that route. You can go the hard route. We gotta kill all opposing forces. We need to bring back us. We need to, we need to put Rico statutes on BLM. We need to defund George Soros. You can go that route. Or we figured out how to raise conservative young women that attract men to become conservative, good men, hard working men and all this socialist stuff goes out the window.
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Now I’m not blaming the women of today for the problems of today. All I’m saying is where they go. That men follow, right? If you’re marching for social justice, you’re never going to see just the women marching for social justice. The men will be right there, there by their side. And there’ll be in it. There’ll be in it at some percentage, but at some high percentage, they’re in it for other things as well. We’re talking about 20 year olds here. All right.
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Let’s just be truthful, not honest, but when you wake up the next day from the riots, or let’s say, you’re not a writer and you wake up in the morning and you’re in your twenties, and you’re saying to yourself, you know what? I’d really like in 2020 with all this misery is a woman. That’s what I would like. Right? Where do you even begin? In other words, we talked about how love is an emotion is affected by restrictions and illness and those types of things.
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But what about budding love? What about new love in the landscape of America? How does that even work? How does that even work today? Now take online dating out of it, take Tinder out of it. That’s stuff is weird to me. I’m talking about the real thing. Okay. I’m talking about eyes locking across a crowded room and, and, and the game is on, you know, we’ve all fallen victim to it at least once.
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How does that work? How do you get to know somebody? You can’t be too close to them. First of all. So through the mask, you have to discern whether or not this person is. We have to discern which side of the fence this person exists on, right? Because the myth in America today, we’ve lost. Our complexity, like I talked about earlier is you’re on one side of the other. And if you’re not on my side, we can’t do this dance.
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There’s no way it won’t work. Right. Can you imagine being a single person out there today? I mean, that is so terrifying to me. This being a single person is not terrifying in and of itself, but just to think about the struggle, to find the right person, it’s terrifying. If I woke up tomorrow and realized that I’d never met my wife, it would be terrifying.
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So think about it. I mean, any other date, any other year, you have these things as these chance meetings in the parks and the coffee shops in the debt, the gym at the club, at the bar, whatever it is, you know, and you, you Love’s brings a new, but in 2020, it’s a different thing. It’s a masked conversation where you have to sign consent forms and you have to also explain that, you know, I voted for Trump back in 16, but you know, I had my reasons and listen, it’s more like it has to be akin to a trial of some kind, you know, the more discerning party it has to be akin to a trial and you sit there and you’ve tried to figure out, Oh God, the struggle is real folks.
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The struggle is real. Do you know all of the things that you’ve been affected by? There’s a good chance you don’t, and there’s a good chance that love is not what it used to be either for you or for the people around you. And that’s a big deal. That’s a big deal on the face of war. I don’t know. What will we find first? What will we find first as a nation?
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Will we find our way back to love first? Or will we find our way to war? The Iranians were, they built some kind of weird dummy aircraft carrier that they floated out into the Strait of Hormuz. And then they circled it. They circled it with their boats and blew it up. It was like, when I saw the picture, I was like, Oh, this is like a guy who only hits the punching bag, but thinks he can knock out, you know, John bones, Jones.
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That’s what that was. They put a dummy aircraft carrier out there that doesn’t shoot back and they drove their ships around it and blew it up. It was like a show of some kind of weird goofy force. And this China who knows what’s coming with China, let’s read a love story. How I met the wife was this. That’s a great start.
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I would though. I would love to open a book that nub you’re on. You’re a literary genius tonight. I don’t know what’s going on. But if I open a book and it started like this, I’d be excited. How I met the wife was this I’d picture like a crusty old guy in a, in a smokey bar with some whiskey. And like, I don’t know, maybe not as cigar, maybe like a dip, like a dip in the lip. How I met the wife was this. I was dancing with some random girl.
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I looked across the crowded room and saw this other girl. Like, you mean this other girl? My buddy was close to me. And I said,
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See that girl over there, that’s the girl I’m gonna marry.
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He said, what about her boyfriend? I said, I don’t know. But that’s the girl, four years later to the day we got married. I like it. Now that’s called a, a short story right there. That’s what that is. That’s a short love story. So whatever happened to the boyfriend compost pile or what happened to them?
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I guess she got tired of him. She got tired of him and she got fond of the nub. If you know what I mean? Oh boy, what else? Oh, here we go. Here we go. I’m not going to give any information away that would compromise this person. But this is a little food for thought from, from the locals in my area. Okay. So we have some concerned citizens here in Richmond.
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Richmond’s been, been pretty interesting. There’s been a lot of action in the streets, but the, the police have been, you know, pretty, pretty hard on them. It’s been cool to watch. I’ll be honest with you. The police make you feel very comfortable when you watched him disperse these groups, but there’s something that you have to understand about all this necessary force.
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There’s something you have to, you have to understand about this. And this was kind of divulged shimmy by someone in our city who was a little unnerved about the situation, a female, a female women, one action. Now, this is what you have to understand. Women have reached a point where they want action. Now, you know, women understand that. I think it’s like primal. There’s like a primal understanding where they go, Oh crap.
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I don’t want to be caught in a rule rule without rule of law world,
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Because then I’m going to go back to being
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What women have been for eons. Right? I said this before, not in a mean way. The independent woman is, this is dangerous. What I’m about to say to this it’s dangerous, but it’s real. You got to understand the independent woman is built upon civility only, right?
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In other words, a dominant male presence is a dominant male presence at any time, any place, any condition, any situation, right? That’s a dominant male presence, a dominant female presence and independent woman or something along those lines can only exist. If, if the males agree with it, right, you get what I’m saying here. I’m not trying to be sexist.
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I’m just trying to be honest and real. In other words, it doesn’t matter how it doesn’t matter what you are in today’s society. If this society goes away, what a woman is, goes away and becomes whatever the stronger person wants you to be. And I think women’s sense that even where they stand today, right? Where some women hold some of the most powerful positions in the world. I think there’s a primal understanding when they see this chaos in the streets, they’re like, Oh no, I could fall off my branch Really easily in a situation like this.
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If I lose my hubby. And then it’s just me out here in this world with these kids. I mean, I’m, I I’m going to have to do whatever anybody wants me to do. I don’t know I could be wrong, but anyway, I know one thing for sure, the women don’t like it. They don’t like the chaos. And it’s been going on long enough that, you know, they’re, they’re sick of it. So someone reached out to me and was talking to me about a conversation they had with a Sergeant ear in the city. And he said something that was very disturbing.
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Basically. He said, you know, we, we only really have enough people to deal with the protests. Like that’s, what’s takes all our resources on those nights.
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When all those cops are out there managing these large protests, you have to keep that in mind. That means that, that means that there are very few, if any police anywhere else, just ruminate on that for a moment. I know many of you don’t, wouldn’t wouldn’t plan on waiting for the police anyway. But man, when I heard that, that, that really changed the way I thought about a lot of things that binds is I’m going to fall off this branch and with all the chaos in the country.
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And now I’m Joe Biden’s vice-president Oh my goodness. Yeah. So keep that in mind, the police are, are a limited resource. What happens? And are you prepared to deal with the shell game? I don’t know if anybody and I don’t think anybody really coordinates these protests. You know, I get weird with the differing opinions. I hear some people say that this is the greatest. I heard Glen Beck today. He was saying that this is the greatest plan he’s ever seen exact at ever, ever.
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And there are high level pieces being moved in a way that I could understand that what he’s saying, but at the ground level, it’s not that at the ground level. It’s like, Hey, we should all meet here. Okay. Let’s all meet here. Hey, we should all walk that way. But if we get to the point, I don’t think it’ll always be that way. If they’re allowed to keep progressing, if they get their way, night after night, like they’re getting in Portland and having been getting important for a very long time, this is nothing new in Portland, by the way, if they really want to do incite terror, then you take, you know, 150 of your people and have a March down main street and have the cops all line up and body armor and vehicles and that type of thing to deal with that.
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And then you’d take a couple of contingents of 10 or 20. I need 10. You only really need 10 Antifa BLM lunatics to run through a neighborhood and, and terrify everyone. What would you do? Let’s have a quick, let’s have a quick, a quick, what if session it’s getting too late? My F my faculties are shutting down that note says they do coordinate the protests on Twitter and Facebook.
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They are paid to go protest every night. They’re also buses in from other areas. Okay, let’s go with all that. Okay. Let’s say we take, let’s say I’m a leader of these protests. And I say, you know what? We’re going to take. We’re going to have one protest that starts here. This is the big one. We’re going to have three smaller protests that started this park, that park, and this park outside of these three neighborhoods. And what we’re going to do is we’re going to occupy the police in the city.
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And in these smaller areas, we are going to just go through and raise Holy hell. Now, my question for you is you’re in bed one, o’clock in the morning, whatever. And 10 people come down your street. Some of them have flares flying lit in their hands. Some of them are throwing firecrackers in the people’s lawns. Some of them, they all have shields and sticks and helmets on what would you do?
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What would you do that? Nub says first, I’d have to drive 20 miles out of town to be in my neighborhood. Well, see, that’s an important thing to consider. You know, that nub has very different threat matrix, and then people like me and good on Anya. There is something to be said about that being far enough away from the problem that it’s not really a problem.
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Me, grace says that the NFA C you know, that stellar military group was caught on tape admitting that most of his crew was paid. I would love to hear that I’m going to first, I’m going to search for that. Me gray hurted, two actors with assault weapons. So that explains how you shoot three people with one round. You don’t have a safety on your weapon. Okay? Cause you just handed somebody a gun.
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Oh, the plot is so thick. Isn’t it? The source is so thick that nub says, sit in my dark home with a red dot on the leader and wait to see what happens next. Are there leaders of though in these things, I don’t ever see leadership in these things, but it is, listen, these situations are important. The war game in your head, you know, what do you do? What do you do? If 10 motorcycles come screaming down your street?
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That’s an inside joke. No way nub says some of the NFC sites were on backwards. Are you kidding me? Was it that much of a shell game? Did anybody even know? People are so weird? People are so weird that somebody would even sit down and think, you know, what’s more crazy. Is it more, it would be less crazy if the NFC AC were, were normal.
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Right. If the NFA see were, were normal and you were like, okay, yeah, yeah, yeah. This is a bunch of black people who are upset about whatever it is they’re upset about. And okay. They put their little militia together. It’s weird. And it’s crazy and it’s racist. But at the same time, it’s like it’s way crazier and way weirder. If it was just one guy who sat up one night with his buddies and drank and was like, I’m going to pay some people to put a fake militia together so that we can prove a point.
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I got a link from me, grey. I got a link from Greg. He doesn’t realize he’s being recorded yet. What you were about to hear is an admission that they are paying the blacks to be there, the blacks, blacks, but that kind of language is that the blacks
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It’s given out, but they ain’t doing shit. That’s not a touch a thing that I’ll say because they get along, buddy set them up. Yeah. I haven’t started to as a place, the deals and stuff. We
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Hold on. Hold on. I don’t know. I don’t know. Why did they call them Grandmaster J too, by the way. It’s so silly. I gotta listen to it again though.
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I don’t know. First of all, this, this video here, this video here is put together by a serious racist who actually cause the guy, the N word in the video. Jesus Christ. I don’t think that’s what he meant. I’m gonna be honest with you. I think, I think he’s talking about the funding from the BLM.
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I don’t think he was talking about his group in particular. You get what I’m saying? I’m just being honest. What it sounds like to me, that didn’t sound like grand master Jay what’s pegging people. What that sounded like to me was I’ve been doing this militia thing for years now. Now all of a sudden, everybody wants to get on the bandwagon because BLM has given out money to protesters, right?
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Because he even goes on to say that the churches are getting money. And I know what he means by that. He’s saying the churches are getting money. So the churches can’t talk about the things that they should be talking about. This is a problem. And as far as I know, I don’t go to church, but this is a problem that I hear about from my friends who have left churches, right? Is that churches get money and they can have things like their five Oh one C3 taken away. If they’re not careful about what they say and what they do, which is totally crazy. But to be honest with you, that’s what that sounded like to me.
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I didn’t hear an admission of him saying I’m paying people to be here. You know what I mean? But Hey, it makes for good radio. Appreciate it. Appreciate it. I would love to listen to more. If anybody else has any more secret recordings of the NFA C group group, I would love it. I would love to sit down and hear what those guys talk about aside, wanting to kill my children.
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Right. Anyway, guys, what else do we do we have anything else of, of, of substance to touch on? It’s been the show on love and war. That’s what it’s been tonight. I definitely wanted to tell you about the conversation with the Sergeant. People want action here in the neighborhood, and they’re getting action here in the neighborhood. And it’s just an exciting time for me. You know, we don’t want problems, but it sure is nice to see all of the P C people waking up and understanding that they need to be ready.
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I’ll leave you with an encouraging message. Okay. We are pushing preparedness over the Hill. It’s happening. And PBN is a piece of that. You know, the interviews were worth it, the interviews that put us in somewhat of a shady light, the interviews that put us in a great light, all of the information that has come out over the last six months has as pushed, prepping over the Hill.
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You know, I saw this morning, I started out my day with a two, almost a three hour show, a three hour discussion about prepping. Almost not. So not all it was about prepping and preppers, but anyhow, almost a three hour discussion on prepping and preppers on the Joe Rogan experience, the Joe Rogan podcast, you know, and it, it blew me away.
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It was like, Whoa, I can’t believe this is even on here. I can’t believe they’re even talking about, you know, this is, this is a thing now. And every little podcast and every little article and every little thing that you say to a person and every little thing that you do that affects someone and make someone think has played a part in, in, in prepping, earning its place here, where it is right now, where it should be, right where people are saying those crazy ass preppers were right.
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And we need to take action ourselves. This is where a lot of people are at right now. I want to say that I’m proud to be in the ranks of the preppers. I’m proud of you guys. I didn’t see this coming this career. You know what I mean? This is not something I applied, never once sat up in my twenties and said, Hey, know what? I’m going to be a podcast.
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I couldn’t even imagine being a writer who the hell is going to pay me to write things for them, but I never saw prepping coming. You know? And you guys have been good to me from the get go. And, and you wind up with some audience. You know, you wind up with some segment of the population that keeps you afloat, right? If you’re a chef, it’s your customer base. If it’s, you know, the whole thing I got so lucky to have this group be my base.
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You know what I mean? Why, why? The reason I’m so lucky and the reason I’m so proud of you guys, because this is what a prepper is. You look at the threat, you look at the, the, the waterfall of cascading threats that could potentially affect us in the near future. And those that are currently affecting us right now, anyone’s capable of that.
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And most of the population will look at the threats when they’re in their face and look away, right? Another large segment of the population will look at the threats that are in their face and dig a little deeper. But for this tiny segment of the population, these preppers you, the listener out there, the one who has given me so much in the last five years of my life, you guys look at the threat, you dig deeper into the threat, and then you actually take action to mitigate that threat.
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I can’t think of anything more courageous, right? The sacrifices and finances that it takes the sacrifices in, in, in your social status that it takes or the hiding of things that you must do. I can’t think of a more courageous thing than to look at the end of the world, the potential end of the world, and be one of the, of the few that decides I’m not taking it.
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I’m not taking that pill. No, thank you. I’m going to, I’m going to do everything I can to avoid that. I’m telling you the vast majority of people, if a comment were crashing into the planet, they would, they wouldn’t even read the news cause they wouldn’t want to know about it. And I’m not making fun of them. I mean, it’s, you know, life is tough, but for you, but for you out there listening tonight, what did Batman say?
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We both looked into the void, but you blinked, right? You’re Batman. You didn’t blink. We look into the void as preppers and we don’t blink. We take action. It’s been a pleasure. Okay. The night has been a pleasure in these last five years. So years have been a pleasure. And I do appreciate y’all, but I’m out of here for tonight. Folks. I hope you enjoyed this one.
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It didn’t go exactly as planned. I’m glad we talked a little bit about love and a little bit about war, but all in all, I hope you enjoyed the show and you know, we’ll talk soon.
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Thank you for listening to the prepper broadcasting network, where we promote self-reliance and independence tune in tomorrow for another great show and visit firstname.lastname@example.org.