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Calm within chaos, PB, and family. Welcome in to Preppers life. We will have a very targeted show tonight on Preppers LIVE ’cause you know, all the news, you know? Well, at least all the news and my purview at the moment is, is, is what’s happened to parlor. We were getting some traction over there in the parlor to killed me. But yeah, so they’re searching for a server. It’s a 10 million user Community for a million active users, no small entity to have been shut down for a really no reason whatsoever, other than affiliation.
1 (1m 33s):
Right? Other than the fact that there were affiliated with person, places and things that just aren’t allowed to be at this moment in time. So we find ourselves a mouth to gape, wondering what, what next me We what does the other one rumble? You know, there’s a bunch of options out there still, but this was a flex. This was a definite flecks. And it showed the world, the world. Well, it showed two things, right? It showed the massive monopoly of big tech, which has to be reigned in for the sake of the planet. Yeah. That’s a big, that’s exactly the statement I want to make just now I didn’t pre-write it, but it went, it came out after a day of thinking about it, about as perfectly as it could for the sake of the world, a monopoly, like this can not exist where, you know, with, with a three man handshake, you can make disappear any business.
1 (2m 32s):
I mean, it’s, that’s a problem, right? They’ve got the three Manhattan handshake and I’m just like that parlor was poof. They can’t get back. Online nothing. I warned you many years ago that Jeff Bezos looked like a Lex Luther and you guys thought I was just kidding. Now he’s bending us to, you know, that’s problem. Oh, hold on Dave Jones. You’re not on. Hold on. Let me get your mic. Go ahead. Go ahead. You took me by know,
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Right? Okay. I never, I agree to a hundred percent. If you are looking for a super villain, Jesus, he’s the richest man in the world. Boom. And he looks like that. Now, if he just starts Pat and the cat.
1 (3m 28s):
Well, the problem is we’ve got a bunch of super villains that are popping up and no such thing as a superhero.
2 (3m 35s):
1 (3m 38s):
There’s no Superman, but there’s plenty of super villains.
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Dang universe were in the universe without Superman.
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1 (4m 35s):
Sounding message with this stuff going on right now. Do you feel like that, Dave, do you ever feel, or what you do because you’ve said it to me in the past, you said, you know, I feel like we’re doing this for a purpose and I feel like we’re here for a purpose in this time.
2 (4m 49s):
Yeah. I mean, of all the times you could have lived in, right? Because I believe God sends in people to do certain things at certain times. And of all the times you could have lived in this is the time God chose for us. And it’s like, Holy crap.
1 (5m 17s):
Thanks bud. No, I’m kidding.
2 (5m 21s):
No Beaver Cleaver Ozzie and Harriet.
1 (5m 28s):
Yeah. Well, those weren’t great times either though, you know, for many people, but I’ll tell you what, I’m kind of glad to be challenged at the moment.
2 (5m 39s):
1 (5m 40s):
I’m kinda glad to be, be challenged. You know, I’ve lived that kind of life too. I’ve lived a little bit of the Ozzie and Harriet life to where it’s a, you know, it’s just go to work and come home and be happy with your lot in life. That’s fun. There’s wrong with it.
3 (5m 59s):
But we’re entering challenging times. PB and family and people are gonna have to figure out what it is, what it is they want to stand up for in these challenging times. And
2 (6m 11s):
Well, and as our other illustrious Lester as a guest, sorry, Vika and cherry juice right now, you know, the cherry juice, it’s a, it’s a diuretic. It’s a, you know, an oxidant is good for digestion. Yeah. And Nebraska just makes it, you know, that much better. So Carl has said they are destroying the middle of the road and that is true. Everybody’s got to take sides. They banned any Trump merchandise from Shopify.
2 (6m 55s):
Okay. Not that yes. Yes. And they don’t even understand that it’s the people, it’s not a Trump. Yeah. If you don’t make it to the shit, it’s the people that are put in his image and doing slow ins and you know, stuff like that. So a lot of people have put there harder and money into, you know, making the t-shirts and doing all this stuff. And now they just put them out of business just like that because the Trump
3 (7m 27s):
Man. Yeah. It’s a, it’s a monopoly. Dave Jones just has to be dealt with. But go ahead, Carl.
2 (7m 35s):
Yeah. Yeah. I was just thinking today that I’m, you know, I’m thinking that as Preppers right, we prepare for different scenarios. Right. We prepare for, you know, some people prep for whether it be a hurricane because they live on the North coast or, you know, a, you know, EMP or, you know, usually there is a people have kind of a, a reason why they prep and you know, I, the first time I start thinking about, do we need to start prepping or having a platform, being a political, a dissident, a political prisoner, do we no.
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Have to start probably having some kind of a plan in place, you know, four, you know, if we’re prosecuted because we’re practicing Chris DNS. Now I know I would be saying that, you know, it was just bugging me all day to day because you know, one of the
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And he does all that for us, Steve and men can men, can you hear? Yeah. I’m thinking that I would really love to hear Stephen give a really good breakdown. You know, why he thinks is going to happen with the economy this year. People have been asking me, James, they’re getting real nervous. I think the, the governor here in New York, you know, like you could tell he’s nervous too, because he’s like, yo, we don’t have to restart the economy. I think a lot of people are probably seeing that piece of writing on the wall that we’re heading for depression and you know, so, you know, it will be really nice, you know, and I’m, and I’m going to be listening for you if, if, if Steven Menkin and give us a really good, a breakdown of where he sees all of this going here in the next couple of months and do I have to have a plan in place in case, you know, I get dragged out of my house.
2 (9m 59s):
You know, like what if, what if, you know, you get docks, you know, or are you you’re, you’re, you’re living, you know, the way you make a living is, is destroyed. You know, I’ve never any, Preppers really planning for that. I I’ve never planned for it, but now I think because it’s America, right? You’re thinking, Oh, we might have a war with China. We might have this man happened. That my thoughts being a political dissident now, I think it’s a real thing. Its a real threat. I’m, you know, a, you know, we’re all on here and we were talking and everything else, but you know, a w what is, you know, we’re living in Smiths at this point towards a certain degree.
2 (10m 44s):
Right. You know, we can get dragged into the ministry of truth at any time. And, and, you know, and, and then what do you know, they they’ve completely, you know, they’ve completely wiped out the opposition. This is like the, the, the, the, the, the end part of the godfather, right. Where, you know, a guy named Michael is in the church there at the, a thing. Right. And then turn around and take everybody else out. Right. You know, it’s, it’s, it’s, what’s going on. So, so they’ve, they’ve done what right.
2 (11m 23s):
And, and, and, and then the hidden people have come out and they’re just cleaning up everything. They’re rewriting history, right. Is what they’re doing. You know, like when, when they, when they completely wipe everything out about the election and everything, they suppress everything, then they’re, or the way they, you know, they put it out will become truth, or just like in 1984, because what they’ve done is they’ve completely wiped there. They’re wiping out any reference to, you know, and maybe the last section wasn’t as straight as it should be, or, you know, or anything that happened. Right. And they’re wiping it all out and then they’re putting their arms in, on it, out there.
2 (12m 9s):
And then if there is no opposition, because if they’ve taken aware and, and, and they are de platforming everybody’s, and eventually, you know, their propaganda then becomes the truth. You can get it, the only story out there. I mean, this is, I, this is really creepy stuff. It makes me worried. It’s a, if you are in the democratic persuasion, listening to this podcast. Right. And right now, you know, I’m sure they’re pretty happy with what’s going on. I’m an independent, I’m not a Republican nor Democrat.
2 (12m 50s):
Right. But it makes me nervous and it should make anybody else nervous because you never stops. Right. Just with the people that they hate, creeps and creeps. And eventually we’re in a totalitarian, you know, system of government, right. The very people just like in 90 and 84, right. You know, the S you know, the very people who pushed this kind of socialistic kind of thing, just like in 90 to 84, right. Ended up being against the very, the very things that they said they were for it just like in the book. I mean, it’s almost a blueprint for it. So this makes me very nervous to all your listeners out there.
2 (13m 35s):
You know, and if, as I said, if there’s any body up to the democratic persuasion listening right now, this is where we’re, we’re sliding into some very dangerous, you said, no, do I know you have to have a plan? You know, in terms of, you know, our assets, like, you know, what we own and everything else, you know, you know, should we have a list of lawyers that are on call or that we know we can call if we get doxed so that we can, you know, fight whatever persecution that might become. W you know, we might be seen as having a different, you know, point of view from, from other people, you know, because, you know, it’s all about the thought police, right.
2 (14m 22s):
They’re just going around now and doing what they’re doing. I don’t know. I think that prep things for political prosecution is something that we might have to start thinking about. You know, what if they do come full for, you know, they show up at your door and they say, okay, we’ve been monitoring. What’s going on, you know, and they take you out of your house and, and you know, what do they seize your facets? You know, do they destroy your livelihood? How does that all work? This is the kind of talk we’re having in the United States of America.
2 (15m 3s):
Shocking. That is, you know, and I think that they don’t really understand the repercussions of their going after the president, because they don’t like him. They’re going after the people who supported him, because they don’t like them, but I don’t want to get that. They understand what they’re, they’re kind of unleashing here. You know, there, there is a really, really dangerous territory. I told you before, you know, in my old country, We no one ever talked politics because politics was a very dangerous thing. And now we’re in, I’m finding myself as an adult now, not a child, but I’m finding myself as an older adult in the same position.
2 (15m 48s):
And this is very unsettling. And I really hope that this gets corrected really soon. I really hope that people take a stand on this. And somehow it does get corrected because if it doesn’t, then we’re in a real slippery slope here to totalitarianism, right. And the thought police and Oceana,
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I can tell you this much, Carl,
2 (16m 12s):
I just said, no, you’re fine. You’re fine. You are all valid points, man. You got it. You know, it’s shocking. It’s really shocking to me. I am now thinking about, you know, should I have lawyers on call here? You know, I’m, you know, how do I heart my assets at this point? Right. You know, ’cause, you never know, because you guys have probably seen where they seized all the stuff or Parla and posted that LIVE somewhere right. Taken, you know, because pop, Carla got shut down and they’ve taken that information on the parlor. And they’ve posted that somewhere now where they can go out and docs people. It’s very, very scary stuff that’s going on right now.
2 (16m 55s):
It is a scary and stuff. And so on the opposition and
3 (16m 59s):
The big difference here, I’ll tell you what, you know, I’ll have these things have happened in other nations. And I think, well, even back in the Its, even back during world war two, the Japanese were smart enough to know. And I think it was one of their generals that said, ah, you know, you’d be, you’d be foolish to invade America because there would be a, a, a, a gun behind every tree. And, you know, those guns aren’t going away overnight. And if the worst fear of all of course is if these people keep being pushed and pushed and pushed, and a, you know, I feel like for a group like the right or whatever, I mean, I don’t even really like the, but for constitutional abiding, appreciating patriotic Americans, who, who like to bear to keep and bear arms for a bit and worship God and vote Republican for those people in particular, they’ve really not had a voice in a very long time.
3 (18m 12s):
And I think that’s incredibly dangerous. And there is going to be a certain size cell of those people who don’t have the patience or the desire even to remain peaceful. And I don’t know why they keep poking and prodding, but I think they’ll reap the whirlwind if they keep it up. But what’s most important in, in what we’re talking about in regarding the Dyke show is the idea of the isolation factor. Cause that’s where, what we’re facing. Right. And that’s really, what has people most terrified right now is the isolation factor, right? Parlor was great and fun. ’cause you could get up on a social media or a social network, rather with a bunch of people who well, and look parlor was full of some crazy sons of bitches.
3 (19m 0s):
Two don’t get me wrong. But you know, you knew for a fact that you could post something about, about the president of the United States. That was nice. Write something like that. You were happy about having he and him having done, and you wouldn’t get excoriated or to act, or you could just post something, you know, in our general scope and not get attacked. So that kind of a community doesn’t exist a lot on the internet for groups like us, even Preppers in general. And at this point, Oh, the other thing Carl too is you’re only two Shows in, at the moment we could easily, we could easily give you a lot less to worry about.
3 (19m 44s):
So think about that before you build yourself a nice deep catalog here at PBN, where you can be incriminated to the hilt because you know, this is a, these episodes, these Shows or an audio, what do they call it? The they’re like, you know, and ed admittance of a guilt in audio format when the time comes. So you just, you know, I wouldn’t want to rope you in on something like that. If you weren’t, if you were on the fence about it. But all of that said, I didn’t want to talk Contingencies tonight. I want to talk about Online Community Contingencies especially for what we’re dealing with, situations like this, how do we build out?
3 (20m 32s):
How do we build out things and what technologies are out there now that can help us deal with all of this? You know, because we’re w w if you don’t know what’s out there, if you don’t know what’s available, then again, it can, it can very quickly feel like you’re alone. You can very quickly feel isolated and you can very quickly fall into desperation. Desperation. I cannot say the word enough desperation is the tale of this moment in history. I’m telling you right now, what we’re dealing with is this moment right now, what we’re dealing with right now, it’s four years of, of radical left-wing desperation that, that convinced the world that the worst person ever was Donald Trump.
3 (21m 22s):
And that no matter what has to be done, the first thing we have to do is get Donald Trump out of office. You know, the desperation that was created to get this man out of office is really what has driven us to this position. I mean, it really is. It’s not, I mean, what on earth has Donald Trump done to bring the country to this point? I mean, if you want to peg it, you know, peg him for all of it, what, what could he have said, what could he have done that would, that would put him in this position? You know? And, and so we’re living through a time right now where a desperation has, has gripped the opponents of Trump and the supporters of Trump.
3 (22m 5s):
And it’s a very dangerous thing. And the, the desperation is easy to hear. It’s easy to see. It’s easy to seek out. And I, I admonish you to a man. You have just got to avoid it at all costs. You’ve got to stay cool. So for those of you in element for those well, you know what I really quick, I want to run the new fire edge ad, and then I want to get back into the show. This is a 52nd ad. I am a generous man with my ads. I had no idea we’re going to, we’re going to run a long from new fire edge ad. And then we’re going to get back to the show and talk.
3 (22m 45s):
Contingencies, we’re going to get Jay Vergie on. We’re going to get Ryan Buford on just a heads up. I’d like to hear about signal from Jordan, because she’s been on that for some time now and a, and we’ll get Ryan on and we’ll get Dave back on and all that. And we’ll have ourselves a show right after this. I want to tell,
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3 (23m 54s):
Oh, right. PBN. Let’s get it back to it. So I want to talk. I want to, Oh, Jordan, you know what? You guys can hear the audio for the commercials in Skype. So no worries. I think we’re good to go on a, give me a heads up that everybody here, did everybody hear the ad come through from the LIVE show and Skype it, you get stuck on the Skype thing. It’s weird. They don’t get it. You can’t hear any of my cool sound effects, but through the LIVE show, it should have went through just fine. So let’s get into these Contingencies okay. I’ve got a couple for you. I’ve got two that we’re already operating on one that a new one that someone needs to, to operate on.
3 (24m 42s):
And then we want to talk to everybody else to see if you guys got anything in mind. I’d like to hear, like I said, from Jordan on signal. Cause I think that’s a, that’s a great option. All of these things, you know, when it comes to Its just like prepping. All right. If, if we’re gonna, and this might speak to Carl’s concern too. When I talk about food storage, more importantly, when I think about food storage, I think about as many tiers of food storage that I can affect as possible. Right? Same thing with everything else in prepping, you know, a lot of people do like a pace plan, right? Prominent primary alternate contingency emergency.
3 (25m 25s):
For me, it’s about just as many tears as you can effect, right? So I want food in every tier possible, right? I want to be able to hunt fish trap grow, can buy longterm food storage, right. And everything that you can do, preserve the hydrate, added all together and have a many tiered process. And you know, when it comes to censorship, I’m going to, I’m going to operate in the same exact method that I do with everything else that I do, which is give me as many options as possible. Give me all of the menu. I wanted the whole menu.
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You know what I mean? Chins up in chats as we should, we should give discord a try. I like it. We ought to give this quarter to run. Why not? Yeah. Let’s see what happens will be thrown off in a week again, if we could even get back going. Yeah, that’s a story. That’s a story right there. That, that moment in time, change the whole direction, a PBN, and really, to be quite honest, in many ways, but anyhow, so we were kicked off of discord and that’s why we’re on the live chat room right now is happening in a program called element. Funny enough, we jumped on element around June element to be called riot. But I guess the timing was such that they had to change it.
3 (26m 49s):
But anyway, element.io is a, it’s a very similar to discord after working on it and working through a bunch of adding a bunch of rooms, adding people, we created something that looks a lot like our old EOC here on element.io. The big difference here is a, it’s a work it’s work to get in. And I used to hate it. I used to love the fact that I could just send a link to people and discord and they could sign up. I was like, yeah, this is so simple. Then he’s now I love it. Now I love the fact that it’s kind of a pain to get on element because it’s filled with all the people I want to be here.
3 (27m 32s):
You know, there was no riff Raff here except chin. So I don’t know if he’s, I don’t know if you heard that or not. I expect a comment any moment, but anyway, so element you, if you’re interested in joining us here, you have to go to element.io and sign up. You get a pass key, you’d get a pass code. And then you reach out to us through any, any of the hosts that you know, any contact form through the Prepper brought to you, amazing website, Prepper broadcasting.com or any social network where you can find us. But, you know, I wouldn’t count on that. I wouldn’t count on that too much.
3 (28m 13s):
Anyhow, once you get in contact with us will invite you. You need an invite, okay. And then we’ll spread you out through the rooms and you can join us here. The other thing about element that’s very cool is it’s all encrypted a double encrypted, right? So these things are important in this day and age. We’re not talking about anything dangerous, crazy, right? Large Cintas. We’re not talking about anything. Most of the time, most of the time element is filled with news headlines and one liners to follow a second or first only to, or a second only to that is, is DIY projects to Preppers or working on.
3 (28m 59s):
Right? But for the most part, it’s a place to collect the stories of the day under a certain headings. Really. I was looking at it today and I was saying to myself, you know, this is about the only way you can keep up with anything. This is about the only way you can keep up with, with all of the news that’s coming out. That’s it, you know, thanks so much for joining us car lady Brown, signing off. He’d hit us with some monster ones. Don’t don’t miss him Friday night. Okay. We’ve got another episode of the strange truth coming Friday night. Thank you for joining us. Good, sir. And a yes. Prepared to be extradited or, I mean, whatever else prepare for it all.
3 (29m 45s):
And then if you think it could happen and most likely will, God bless you. But so element is one on one Avenue. We’re going to make the jump to put element on a new server on my server so that we can have it off of the elements site. But to be honest with you, PBN, there’s no way to get 100% Bulletproof. It just doesn’t exist. It will. Maybe it does, but we’re not there yet, but we’ve got options, Jay, forgive. You want to give us a word on a, on signal and tell us a little bit about that as a means of building Community Online at safe, safe.
5 (30m 28s):
Yeah. So actually it’s funny. I actually got introduced to a signal by the guys from, from Prepper camp and it really opened my eyes because I’ve never been one for Snapchat or all of these other messaging apps that people use. And what I found out about it is that it is actually an encrypted message and service. So you can actually pass files. You can do group messages, you can do individual messages, you know, pictures, audio videos, you can make phone calls or a video chat on there. I like it because we actually have a running group chat in which a us and the guys can fit there, there, and throw information at each other, but still not feel like big brother is watching us with the encryption program.
5 (31m 15s):
You can also set it where you can have the messages stay, or you can set it where they will disappear after a certain time period. So you can have a wipe out after a few seconds or a few minutes or a few days, or you can leave it. And definitely, so it gives you a lot more control over what you are. And aren’t, aren’t sending to someone, unfortunately, unlike snap or Snapchat, as we’ve all heard his, you know, disappears as soon as you open it or you’ve got pictures. And then those that program actually keeps everything you send back and forth, a signal doesn’t do that. You get to determine what you keep and what you get rid of.
3 (31m 55s):
I’ve threatened to join. And I guess I need to really get on there because first of all, the time
5 (32m 2s):
I like, will you be surprised how many people are actually on signal? And then the type of people we know it will shock you. How many of those individuals are on signal already? And they prefer that over. I prefer it over texting and I prefer it over any of the other messaging apps. I just feel a little more secure about it. Not that we’re talking about anything crazy, but it just makes me feel comfortable knowing that no, just Tom Dick and Harry can come in and view everything. You can set a pin code or a fingerprint. It gives you that security that you don’t get from other, other messages and programs. And like I said, you can do a whole group.
5 (32m 42s):
You know, like we have a back office here on our EOC, but you know, this could be a, an entire group. Like I said, with the guys where Willow myself and all of the guys are in there and we will literally talk up, have debates, crack jokes. You know, it’s like being in person, but in texts,
3 (33m 2s):
You know, it’s a beautiful thing. And it seems like it’s, it seems like while everything that’s happening is, is wrapped up in a political package at the moment. There also is some, there also is some evolution that has to take place with social media. And I think the only way we ever knew social media was on the backs of these bigger companies. So we just assume this is what it is, but, you know, it’s, it’s definitely Inn in the process of evolving into something where smaller entities are gonna are going to hold value to, you know, and it’s not just going to be these big three forever, which is a great thing, but yeah.
3 (33m 45s):
So you think we could you think Cigna would be a bit of a viable app op application for people who were kicked off a parlor wanted to gather with a group of their friends? Or is it you, can you do something on parlor that’s a pretty substantial 50 people, would that be manageable or is it more of a text and a group text type of
5 (34m 5s):
It? It’s kinda, I don’t know. As far as that, that would definitely be a Phil question. I know that we have, yeah, really. I think we have like 10 people in our group and which we are sitting in, in each other files in pictures and means and carry on conversations. It definitely is more of a messenger or style, but I like that we can communicate as a direct group to each other. So you get that. It’s almost like having a, like with us and our group where we’re all chatting together, its like that just in written and you can send audio and video and everything else it’s I don’t know. It keeps it a little more personal than, and then some of these because I was on parlor for a little bit, but I still couldn’t quite figure out or navigate parlor.
5 (34m 53s):
I prefer a signal together just for a message in itself or direct contact with people.
3 (34m 58s):
Yeah. Parlor was pretty cool. I enjoyed it for a little while there until it got executed. But you know, another thing that, that we can do folks, and this is not something that’s on my horizon, but it is something worth talking about tonight on the show about Contingencies for Online Community two things I’m just going to be upfront about. You can do it any way you want before I tell you about it. And also I heard it, I think over the weekend, a, a similar idea from a pastor Joe Fox over at Viking preparedness, but I’m sure this was a technique used by like terrorists as well, you know?
3 (35m 42s):
And unfortunately studying gorillas, studying terrorists’ and how they communicate Online you’ll probably find it a lot of success in doing that. Okay. So one thing you can do is you can, you can go find a forum or you can start a forum. Yeah. When jump on the call for sure, man, you can start a forum or go find a forum in an, in a nice cushy place. Maybe, you know, somebody who runs the forum, right? And in that nice cushy place, you can start your own little conversation and, and you can direct the people who followed you or who you followed over to the parlor to get that nice clean chat about, about milking goats, right?
3 (36m 33s):
This is our milking goat for them. And here we discuss any and all varieties of milking goats, you know, and maybe you have one portion of that forum that is just radically obscure and you build your little, your little covert Community in there where you guys can talk about the things you want to talk about, connect a local people together. You know, the, the other part that’s kind of missing in these online communities is the bridge between the online community and the real life Community right? Because to Carl’s point, what happens when they start rounding people up in the dark of night, if we get that far, you need people around you who, who are going to be expecting you to be round up at night and our going to be there to help if something crazy like that starts to happen.
3 (37m 29s):
And I mean, what, door’s not going to open, what, what, what could happen that would truly surprise you anymore? You know what I mean? That’s, that’s kind of where we’re at lately, right? I think, Oh I think we lost Ryan. I was going to hear from wine, but when you’re with us, when, when park it’s in of the dope farm podcast is upon us ladies and gentlemen, what do you got on contingency communication in the digital realm? Can you hear me? I got you loud and clear. You sound great.
2 (38m 6s):
Oh, okay. I just wanted to make sure it’s been a while since I’ve been on now, before I jump into that, I do want to mention something about signal y’all were just discussing. And so one of the things about signal signal is more of a, it’s kind of a text application replacement. So instead of using your SMS service on your vert, you know, save the horizon or whomever, or whatever’s built into your phone, it kind of replaces that or works in place of that. And so what it will allow you to be able to do is two.
2 (38m 50s):
You can still send texts to people who do not use signal. It’s just not secure. It’s not encrypted. Whereas when you do a text message to a group that are all on signal, it’s end to end encrypted. So the weak part is the phone, but the in between it, it can’t be intercepted and looked at. If that makes any sense, it’s much like switching over to proton mail. Proton mail is as long as you send a, a, an email to another proton mail user, that email is encrypted end to end too, to the other user.
2 (39m 38s):
So that’s why a lot of people will advocate for using proton mail as opposed to using, you know, Google or Gmail or whatever. The other ones are. A proton is a really good in that sense. But yeah, so signal is a great tool. My friend and I, we just, we were messing around, he’s on iPhone and I’m on Android and we want it to do, I want it to kind of get a consult on some of my remodeling. And he was like, Hey, let’s try signal. And it, it worked just like FaceTime because there’s, there’s not a cross-platform tool.
2 (40m 18s):
Like there’s not a app that you can put on that you can put on an Android that I know of that will interface with FaceTime. So by doing the signal, you’re actually able to do a video, a call back and forth and it worked great. It was, it really worked well. So I will definitely be doing more of that in the future. It is well worth getting it’s really not, not a big deal.
3 (40m 47s):
Yeah. It sounds like, it sounds like that’s the direction. We’ll all have to go in the very near future.
2 (40m 54s):
Yeah. I would, I would recommend anything that you can do too to not necessarily cover your tracks because I don’t want to put it in that or, you know, in that sense ’cause, you know, that, that would kinda look like we’re trying to do something nefarious. We’re, we’re not, we’re, we’re honest, hardworking people that are just getting sick and tired of being under a microscope for doing the things that they’re, they blame us for doing the things that they’re doing. Right. So, you know, for, for over a year now, the, the powers that be on the left have been doing, you know, Antifa and black lives matter and they’ve been burning and destroying and everything, but yet the one time, which, you know, I don’t want to get all in conspiracy theory and all that stuff, but, you know, I think there were some agitators in that at all on the sixth at the Capitol, I think there was more to it than just, you know, random Patriots quote, unquote, Patriots go on and bum rush in the Capitol building.
2 (42m 3s):
That’s just not, that’s just not the style of, of the people on the right. It just really, it’s more of a left thing than anything. So anyway, I don’t want to get too down seriously,
1 (42m 19s):
This podcast staying encrypted, just so you know.
2 (42m 23s):
Yeah. I know. I know. I know. I don’t want to get, I don’t want to get you banned from, you know,
1 (42m 27s):
Well, I’m not worried about me. I’m worried about, you know, I could care less if, if they shut us down, we will just return in another form or fashion. Like I’ve been telling everyone if Prepper Broadcasting Network ever goes away, just look for the red beacon, remember the red beacon, because that’s how we will return. But yeah, I’m not worried about that. You know, it’s just, it’s just part of the deal is just hurdles, you know? And in the long game wind to me, to me, it reminds me of the way it’s shaping up. Now it reminds me of the kid who faces all the adversity and at the end of it all the stronger than the ones who, you know, had it easy, right?
2 (43m 13s):
Well, he’s the kid from, you know, a Christmas story who finally got fed up enough. The bully was chasing him around, hit him in the face with a snowball and he had enough and he jumped on the guy and whipped his tail. And you know, maybe that’s, I’m not advocating violence, but you know, at what point, I don’t know, no, don’t let me go down that road.
1 (43m 40s):
I get where you say, Oh, I get what your trying to know, articulate it in a way that in a way that is, that gives you some resolve. That’s what, that’s what the Patriots won at the moment. It seems like we want some kind of resolve and the way people and movements have gotten resolve in the past is through, through war and violence. Right. And you know, yeah.
2 (44m 3s):
Well you really, and you know, they, they act like this. What happened on the sixth was some unprecedented, never happened. Precedent is the thing that’s never happened before. But I just read an article today about how I think, I don’t know what year it was. Maybe it was in like 83, some left wing group bombed the Senate building. Yeah. And then the mid nineties, bill Clinton, pardon them all, you know, you know, and it’s like, they keep talking about all of the death toll, the death toll. I mean, okay.
2 (44m 45s):
Four people, five people died. One was a police officer who died. I’m a medical condition. Three people had a heart attack and then a law enforcement officer shot a woman in the neck and she died. Okay. So realistically one person was killed. Three people died of complications. You know, its just like, COVID-19 everybody dies a code. And at the COVID-19 cured, hold on. The common flu, you know, nobody’s got the common flu that, you know, it’s, you don’t need to hear about that anymore.
1 (45m 19s):
Are you telling me that three people had heart attacks
2 (45m 24s):
From what I understand it now it may not have been heart. It could have been heart attacks, but it was, I think it was, I think three people on it, let’s say on the Patriots’ side, what do you do? You use those? The scan side had a heart attack and died of natural causes. One person goes, they walked up all those stairs exactly right there. And then one person, you know, the woman, she Babbitt woman was shot in the neck and died.
1 (45m 60s):
You didn’t even laugh. But I literally put a Monday motivation video out for members today about fighting and physical shape. And I had no idea that happened. I do have an issue. I do have an issue with this idea that everybody’s ready to fight. And to be quite honest with you, I don’t think 80% of the people who say they’re ready to fight or ready for any kind of a fight. But personally I don’t believe that fighting is the way to win this thing. Anyway, I really do believe that we have to make a push for, we have to make a push in the cultural realm.
1 (46m 40s):
You know, we have to, we have to first come to the conclusion that we’ve been wholly defeated in the culture Wars, wholly defeated. And we’ve got to reassemble and Sue and begin our own culture war. You know, I really do think that it’s the path to success, you know?
2 (47m 4s):
Yeah. I mean, but the, you know, the quote unquote defeat is We, it’s not that we’ve been defeated. We’ve been out played and it becomes, however you want to frame it or they get know the media they own, they now, currently now owned the government. Right. You know, what was it? Was it Dave Jones? It was just saying that they, what was it? They just ban all Trump paraphernalia on Shopify. Come on. That’s just crazy. And I listen, you know, I listened to Dan by Gino quite a bit. And I think, I think it’s him that is keep saying that they’re going to try to make the Trump presidency.
2 (47m 50s):
Like it didn’t even exist. Like it never even happened. And that’s what you’re seeing there.
1 (47m 57s):
Do you want, what they’re doing in the private sector is what you want. It sucks right now, but you want crazy, you want crazy things to happen to lots of people that affect their livelihood because that’s how you speak to Americans. You know, if you come out and say, they will let me go to church, this is crazy. The average American going to say, I don’t care, dude, I’m sorry. But if you, if you take his money away from him and he just thinks he’s going to make a gold rush selling t-shirts on Shopify and then Shopify shuts him down. And now his pockets affected. I mean, when I see stories like that, that’s the kind of stuff that I think the left will bury themselves by doing, I really do, will be at the government or just be at the movement itself.
1 (48m 45s):
You know, those are the things that move people you look at. COVID what, all, all of the things that happened in COVID who’ve been the people who hairdressers and bar owners. Those are the people who have been like the, the strongest and most effective people.
2 (49m 3s):
Absolutely. A little it’s the little guy got a herd effect. It,
1 (49m 7s):
Unfortunately you gotta hurt the little guy and you got to hurt the wallet of the average American because there’s just too much entertainment and distraction, you know? And you just, it is what it is. They don’t care until it hurts
2 (49m 21s):
Bread and circuses. That’s why they want to go get it right. The universal basic income. Oh yeah. That’s why cutting out and said, said boat for the people in, in Georgia. And you’ll get your $2,000 check. That’s it? Okay.
1 (49m 38s):
You got it. You got it. Bribery at its finest. I somehow managed to be one of the people who was checked disappeared completely. So I’m not surprised, but I just, you know, when you expect, what would you expect from the government, but for them to, you know, I wonder if they ever lost any money, they sent Iran, you know, we, sorry we send it to the wrong bank account, but it is what it is.
2 (50m 2s):
1 (50m 5s):
So what else do you, when you got anything else? I mean, since we have you, you probably should talk about, cause you, you probably know ham radio better than anybody on the East, in the EOC, particularly at the moment, as far as you know,
2 (50m 19s):
I, I, I don’t know. I think Michael Klein is a, is a very good point.
1 (50m 24s):
Good point. I ain’t heard from Michael ran, he’s busy communications
2 (50m 29s):
Person, but yeah. I mean, ham radio is one of those things it’s they can shut off cell towers. They can even shut down repeater sites, but they can’t shut down the HF signal. That that’s just one of those things that you can’t now it’s out in the open and everything. Anybody can hear it, but you know, it’s, once you’re on the airwaves, it’s hard to get you off. I mean, and honestly I’ve been, I’m a huge advocate of ham radio and getting, you’re getting your license and getting on the air and it’s kinda, and a couple of different groups that do it.
2 (51m 17s):
Amrun is one of those that’s coming out of the Pacific Northwest it’s Amrun is the American radio readout. That we’re something like that. Yeah. Anyway, I’m not, I’m bad with acronyms tonight, but we have, I have, as I see here in my office, it looks more like a, a launch center with one, two, three, four, five about six computers. Well six screens anyway, and not necessarily all ham radio related, but I have a laptop that I’m able to send two way text messages, pretty much nearly across the United States with a, an, an application called JSA call and on HCF I’ve, I’ve actually hit Idaho one time with that, having a two-way conversation with a person in Idaho offer off of a no off of a piece of wire in the side yard of my house and the antenna that I built myself, you know, a lot of people spent a lot of money on antennas and I’ve got a baby.
2 (52m 39s):
I bought a roll of 14 gauge five, a hundred foot roll of 14 gauge wire. And I’ve cut it up in all kinds of different antennas. And it’s just, you don’t need a lot, as far as that goes. Now, the, the, the radio hardware is a bit spinny
1 (52m 58s):
Ballpark when what’s the ballpark on it. Like, like we want to, let’s say we want it to, you know, I don’t know. We’re probably to, well, we’re not that far away, but let’s say the average person The okay. How do I put it? They don’t, they want to go to this. They want to go a step further than the bow Fang, you know, handhelds. Right.
2 (53m 22s):
So a hundred bucks, 200 bucks. I got to write now a hundred bucks. What do you, what do you, what are you buying for 200 bucks? You’re not buying a lot. Oh, I got a Kenwood 50 watt. Okay. And, and it’s gonna hit the repeater. That’s full four miles away. So I’m, I mean, I don’t have it hooked up. I haven’t got my LIVE. So what you got is a 50 watt radio and provides a good aunt with a good antenna. Now, see, you’re still dependent on somebody else’s infrastructure with a repeater.
2 (54m 4s):
Now you can do, do you watch is as far as I want to transmit. So the third not picking up my signal I’ve made. Okay. Let’s see. Now, John, again, VHF is, is very, has the ability to be a direction, find a very easy with a very low wattage. So even if you’re only putting out, you know, two to five Watts on a bale Fang, I mean, there are those guys use that The they do Fox hunts all the time where they’re cutting the signal that milliwatts. So if you got someone that’s got a DF equipment direction, finding equipment, you know, UHF VHF is actually pretty easy to find.
2 (54m 50s):
Now what I’m talking about when you’re talking about a step above, say the bale Fang. Yeah. Cause see the bail thing radios that everybody, every Prepper probably has a half a dozen of them. Okay. Yeah. When you get up what’s that anywhere from five to eight Watts,
2 (55m 50s):
What am I saying? A one 40 like one 40 range, a frequency for VHF. Okay. But you’re still, you’re still limited. So now what I’m talking about, where I can con I can contact someone halfway across the country or in some cases all the way across the country is we’re getting into the HF, the HF bands, which cover 20, well, it’s more than 20, 40 and 81 60, but I mainly work on 40 meter and 80 meter. And for example, James, you, you kind of alluded to, you know, like if you are, and I wanted to have a two-way conversation, the distance that we are a part, I spoke to a gentleman in Charlotte, North Carolina, and all the way to the other end of the coat into the state in Eastern North Carolina.
2 (56m 53s):
So almost it’s probably, you’re actually probably a little closer than he was, but I could have sat here and have a voice conversation with that gentleman on a a hundred watt HF radio, just like he was talking to me on my two meter radio, over a repeater. It was that clear. Now it’s not always that good, but it, it was just a good night. And earlier that night on the same band on 80 meter, I was talking to a guy that was 50 miles away. So using a wave. Okay. If you just want to listen, not transmit.
2 (57m 34s):
Okay. 50 to a hundred bucks.
0 (57m 38s):
2 (57m 42s):
Do you agree? 50 to a hundred bucks. Okay. Yeah. Now I also have, there’s a, a company called County comm that sells a little handheld, a shortwave receiver that will do a single side band, which you have upper and lower sideband. And you’re able to be able to listen to the hand frequency it’s it’s not a great receiver. It does a fair job. The again for listening. Sure. You can, you can get a, a, a really decent, any short wave radio that will do single sideband.
2 (58m 33s):
And that is important. That’s key. If you want it to be able to listen to ham radio frequencies, you need a, a scene, a short way, radio, a single side band ability, and you needed to be able to create some sort of a external antenna to be able to pull in that when you hear and hear me shaking my head, I’m shaking my head here. And, and honestly, I, I have done some experiments with that little, I think it’s about an 80 or $90 radio that County come mate. And I, I can’t think of the number of the ride off the top of my head.
2 (59m 16s):
I could probably put my hand on it. Hold on.
1 (59m 22s):
Yeah. I mean, the ham is a big deal. It’s definitely, it’s definitely a contingency. And it’s one of the few that is not owned by a big tech company. You know, it is an untouchable,
2 (59m 37s):
The, the count will come. It’s a GP, five SSB, and I’ll shoot you a link to it. And, but it for like, say for about 80 bucks, 90 bucks, it’s a decent little radio. It runs off of a two or three, a triple a batteries. Yup. And you can actually put rechargeables in it and you can charge the batteries in the radio off of a five volt input. So like if you had a, a little battery or something, you can, you can actually run the radio off of a USB power battery and all, and live like your name.
2 (1h 0m 18s):
You can laugh all you want without a license. Okay. They can’t track you for listening. They only track you if you transmit. So you can hear all kinds of information that’s being put out there. If you just have a receiver,
1 (1h 0m 40s):
2 (1h 0m 41s):
A lot Eric to listening only I’ve I just recently bought a, a, a digital trucking scanner. Again, it’s a little Spinney, but it’s, it’s another tool in the toolbox is kind of like that, that shortwave radio, a single sideband, it gives you, it’s another gives you another ability to learn, to listen to what’s going on around you. But if you want it to be able to communicate beyond line of sight, a ballpark figure like you were at, you know, we kinda went a long way around and get to it, but you’re, you’re talking to get really get set up.
2 (1h 1m 30s):
You’re probably talking for new equipment in the thousand dollar price range. Okay. And that’s pretty much set up like that’s the HF transceiver, that’s a power supply, maybe a tuner. If, you know, if you don’t want to build and cut your own antennas, and let’s see, did I say power supply and a power supply? So, and if you have an existing computer with that, all of that hardware, you could actually send and receive messages over a great distance.
2 (1h 2m 11s):
And like I’m set up where I could actually break all my stuff down and probably about 10 minutes, put it in a backpack, get in my truck, drive 25 miles away from my home, hook it up to my truck. Battery, set up my aunt and, or throw a wire up on a tree. Something that I can abandon in a moment’s notice, throw a wire up on a tree, get on, send a status report in less than a minute to five minutes, depending on how long the report is. Once I get confirmation that the report was received, I can break down on my equipment and roundabout way, drive 25 miles back to my house.
2 (1h 2m 51s):
And I’m never drawing attention to where I’m at to where my home is. So that, that gets a little bit more on the Klan desktop, fine, you know, operations. I’m the guy who does Amrun, John, Jacob Schmidt. He not his real name, but he just wrote a book called the a partisan operators journal. That’s a very, it’s a really interesting book. I would highly recommend reading that. It’s a short read. And, and I, I went through it in a couple of days, just cause for time constraints. But a lot of people sat down and just read it straight through. And that goes into a lot of detail about radio. And you know, it, he gets into a little bit of detail on equipment and things of that nature and a it’s, it’s a good read.
2 (1h 3m 38s):
I mean, it’s a very radio centric. So if I recommend it, it was a good reading. There was lots of stuff. That’s in the chat right now. The element chat, I’ve got like three different chats going on right now. There’s stuff going on between a hose that no one else can see. There’s another chat in the, a guide. And now there’s
3 (1h 4m 12s):
Oh, they got Dave.
2 (1h 4m 24s):
Okay. And they brother struck them down.
3 (1h 4m 30s):
Wow. That was a weird I’ve literally, I was literally looking at the down detector thing that you wouldn’t put in there.
2 (1h 4m 38s):
I got it. I was just looking over and it, and then
3 (1h 4m 44s):
Do you use a reports? Indicate T-Mobile is having problems since 11:30 AM. Yeah. You know, it kinda is what it is, you know, it’s, it’s a, it’s that kind of a time was that David was there. I guess that was Dave. I don’t know it must’ve been Dave, so yeah, there’s a, there, there are a lot,
2 (1h 5m 2s):
You know, it’s not be Maria walked into the room. She said it’s because she’s full of electricity.
3 (1h 5m 9s):
Okay. Well, take care of that sign off. So the other contingency I wanted to talk about tonight is something that’s up and running. Some of you, I know we’re over there already. And there’s a lot of cool tools over there on top of it all. But we know the people who own The the self-reliant social network called bunker days. Okay. And you go to the bunker days.com and check them out right now. It looks like there are security. What’s it called?
3 (1h 5m 50s):
I’m having trouble. They’re having security, not, not breach issues at the site, but they’re, they need to update their SSL.
5 (1h 5m 56s):
You said it all. And now that it’s an, yeah. It’s not a secure site actually. Thank you. When, when was the one who got me because it wouldn’t let me pull it up on my phone at all. Even though I’ve had an account for a couple of years now, it was, well, it wouldn’t even, it acted like the site was gone. And when was the one who directed me to a new browser in which now I can access, it still gets the warning, but now it’s not completely blocking me out from a lot of sites that I didn’t even realize I couldn’t access because my phone was automatically putting up walls without even checking. There was no way around it. So I thought that was awesome when put a lot of points tonight.
3 (1h 6m 36s):
So, you know, wind’s awesome, man, for a short time, we had the SSL issue at PBN too. It’s it’s a Its, you know, but whatever, let’s not talk about that because that, you know, it’s just a temporary thing though. We’ll get that handled. What’s important is that you have a, you have a group of like-minded individuals over there in another social network setting. They’ve got a lot of cool Prepper functionality over there. If you want to get into it, the writing of plan’s, the keeping of inventories, that kind of thing, the building of caches, you know, one of the really cool things that you can do a bunker days as you can, you can build out a cash and, you know, just keep it there. You, you never have to identify where it goes or anything like that, but you can build it out so that you can keep track of, you know, what’s in it and what you’re using it for a type of thing.
3 (1h 7m 23s):
They got all that functionality over firstname.lastname@example.org. But more importantly, you know, we know the owners know that, of course there are tethered to somebody’s server and that type of thing. So, so that could be a problem too. But at the end of the day, it’s not a, it’s not some, some crazy person that’s going to shut it down. If we start talking about, what’s seeing the T word to much, you know what I mean? But these are the times PBN family to see kind of what we’re up against. You know, what’s going on in your negative woods, Jordan, we haven’t heard from you that much today.
5 (1h 7m 59s):
We got snow today. We actually got snowed in the mid South. Now it was gone by like three o’clock, but that’s how we like it down here. And the South
3 (1h 8m 11s):
A long way. A way with calling you guys the mid South,
5 (1h 8m 17s):
I don’t know, they call it the Memphis Northern Mississippi and far Eastern part of Arkansas in the mid South. Wow. So I’m the North, no idea. Like, you know, you’re no, no, no. You’re very, you’re very far East. So I mean
1 (1h 8m 35s):
I’m on the East South.
5 (1h 8m 36s):
If you think about it, it is technically the mid South, because anything, what past the Ark past the Arkansas you’re then going in to the Midwest, you go out into the West side or in the Midwest. So we’re like the middle before everything else, I guess.
1 (1h 8m 53s):
Yeah, that makes sense. I didn’t put, look at it then.
5 (1h 8m 56s):
No, I mean things here. I mean, I have been seeing some disruption on our end as far as landline ATA and T is of course saying that it is due to the Nashville bomb in which we did see interruption in services a few weeks ago when it happened. But now this is pretty sudden to see that what this individual had listed with Tennessee, Florida, Mississippi, I believe either Alabama or Arkansas were also included in all of the States in which the land lines were no longer able to dial out for long distance passed a 25, a mile radius from that phone service.
5 (1h 9m 36s):
1 (1h 9m 37s):
All of a sudden that ham radio set up sounds very,
5 (1h 9m 42s):
The indications itself has been difficult for anything past 25 miles. And then there’s been some disruption, not too much, but a little bit of lag in, in, you know, electronic. And as far as your cell service, your internet, your data, but the biggest one I’ve seen is landlines. I’ve never seen so much of an issue for some many land lines and fax machines and electronic transactions. So it’s crazy.
1 (1h 10m 14s):
It’s almost like an assault where there is so much going on. It’s hard to keep track of it all, you know, and I, that’s why I’ve been talking about that. Calm within chaos idea for so long, you know, it’s going to be vital. It’s going to be vital that you can have your calm in chaos.
5 (1h 10m 34s):
I, I think really the big thing is with everything going on, there is so much uncertainty. Everybody is sitting on the edge of their seats, just waiting to see what’s going to happen. And what we need to do is step back for a second. I’m not saying don’t pay attention. We definitely need to be paying attention. But if you have not already reassessed everything in your house, you need to do so now, I mean, are you good with fuel? Are you good with water? Or you good with food? Or you good with a secondary heat source? Because unfortunately I would like to say nothing bad will happen. But as current events have shown all kinds of chaos, I would be ready rather ready for that random snow storm that is going to knock everything.
5 (1h 11m 18s):
You know what I mean? You don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow. I don’t know what’s going to happen in 10 minutes. Just like I didn’t realize the child was going to lock the bathroom door shut. And I was going to have to take the whole door down. You don’t know what is going to happen?
1 (1h 11m 33s):
Oh, the trials and tribulations. No doubt about it. Karen Hood, man Parenthood is you better be prepared for that in and of itself. I don’t think I got anything else. Anybody else? When you got anything else on the subject of these contingency Community managers here, you know, we I’m ready?
5 (1h 11m 58s):
Yeah, go ahead. I’ll tell you. It’s okay.
2 (1h 12m 3s):
The I think the biggest thing is that we need to concentrate on, you know, local get local. I know you’re big. You’re a big a Community guy and ah, you know, that’s huge. That’s where it’s gonna matter a in the long run, if, if there is a failure of, you know, civility, then your neighborhood, your Network, your local Network is going to be more important than anybody you’ve ever met on the internet. And, and I mean, I love all you guys. I mean, I, I, I thoroughly enjoy the time that we’ve spent it at Prepper camp and you know, the interactions we have Online and, and, you know, Jordan and the other group that we’re in over there back and forth with Phil and The and those boys, you know, that you can get spirited at times, but it’s just as great as it is.
2 (1h 12m 59s):
It all comes back to family and local relationships. And if you don’t have that, there is no such thing as a lone Wolf, you’re never going to make it. And so, yeah, just, just building that community trust and, and getting to know your neighbors and might not agree on everything. But when push comes to shove in the, in the, in the feces hits the oscillator, that that’s when it’s really gonna matter. And that’s when you’re going to find out that left and right. And all that other stuff is going to go out the window when someones trying to burn down your neighbor’s house, because they have something that they want. It doesn’t matter if they’ve voted for Biden or, or Donald J. Trump, it doesn’t matter at that point.
2 (1h 13m 43s):
That’s your neighbor. And you got to look out because if you don’t, you’re probably gonna niche.
1 (1h 13m 52s):
Yeah. Oh, you’re a a hundred percent, right? You were a a hundred percent write about it. It’s a no on the head. Yeah. It’s, it’s a matter of, Hey, well, look, I talked about a tiered approach at the beginning of the show, right? Give me all the options. If you’re looking for an option locally, I’m only bringing this up because it works. And if you follow pastor Joe Fox over at Patrion for $1 a month, you have the ability to start your own Viking meet-up. And the reason I tell you that is because this month I am going to be hosting my first Vike. You can meet up here and Richmond. And the reason I’m doing that, people, people, you know, and our community is one that, that I feel really good about.
1 (1h 14m 39s):
We’ve got a lot of good people here already, but I want more, you know, you want more?
2 (1h 14m 47s):
I w I really liked pass you a Fox. I followed him. It was a patron of his before I’d just jumped off Patriot. But, and depending on how you feel, Prepper net is not a bad thing. Either. I host a monthly meeting or Prepper knit, I kinda got wrangled into it, but that’s okay. No worries. You mean for forest? He’s, he’s a good guy. You know, some people don’t like him, but some people do. It just depends. You know, every, there’s a little bit of something there for everybody, but it’s a good organization is a good group. And, and I would, if you’re looking for that to help build that community, because I’ve tried passenger a Fox, and there was just nothing in my area, but with Prepper net, there was, was, there was a few people in the area that there were kind of getting together.
2 (1h 15m 42s):
So it was easier for me. And you’ll see that in all of these things. I mentioned a lot. I may not have mentioned my friend email@example.com. If you really want to learn about coms, a brush beater know, see scout or a brush beader and he was a great guy and a, another one that had to become a friend of mine, but he, well, I just totally lost my train of thought.
1 (1h 16m 14s):
You were talking Prepper net and yeah,
2 (1h 16m 17s):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, man, I just totally lost it.
1 (1h 16m 22s):
Anyway. It’ll come back to you.
2 (1h 16m 25s):
I mean, well, okay. No, what I was going to say, I remember now there are people that are on PBN. That’s in the EOC that is over on brush beaders forum that are, and then there’s people in Amrun that I found on brush beader that are also on PBN. And so there’s a lot in all of this stuff. It’s actually a really small community and there’s a lot of different people in a lot of that are actually, there’s a lot of crossover in all of us. And unfortunately, I see this, I’ve seen this in the quote unquote Patriot movement, you know, since its inception is that there’s always this kind of infighting.
2 (1h 17m 8s):
If, if for lack of a better term, you know, everybody wants to be the kernel. Everybody wants to be in charge. It seems like, and they think they do well. Okay. There are there certain people that want to have the personality that think that they want to be in charge, right? And of course there are usually not the ones that you want in charge, but there is a lot of crossover. So reach out to those different communities and, and try there. It would be nice if there was a way that we could bring everybody together, not necessarily under one umbrella, but if they’re, there’s a lot of crossover all the way around.
2 (1h 17m 54s):
1 (1h 17m 54s):
Sure. Well, now it’s a good time for recruitment for new, new blood now is a new blood time, man, because people are a it’s in their face, you know, between the pandemic. And what’s about to be unleashed on the American people come the 20th, you know, it’s going to be what it is. Yeah. All right. Well, I think I’m ready to sign off guys. This has been an awesome one. This has been great. I know we’re going to a touch, touch wires with people who are sitting around going, I cannot believe what just happened and now what, and what’s next and that type of thing. So I really appreciate all the info because people got some choices to make, you know, what kind of infrastructure they’re going to set up so that they don’t get isolated and targeted and ah, you know, be, be careful out there, PBN family.
1 (1h 18m 51s):
Cause I don’t know. I, everything you say is going to have lasting effects. Go ahead, Dave.
2 (1h 18m 57s):
Okay. Well, I just wanted to come back to the, we had a lot of a ham radio talk, so I just wanted to bring it back around. Do the practice tests online everyday for like a week. Okay. And you, you can now because of COVID take the test online. You don’t have to go somewhere and take the test. Now that that may be better, maybe worse depending on the individual, but there’s no excuse not to get a ham license. If you want a ham license, if you don’t and you just want to listen, there’s tons of stuff to listen and it’s cheaper to listen than it is to transmit.
2 (1h 19m 50s):
So ham radio, or even an old party line, again, exactly. There are talking. You just want to listen, but this time you can’t get caught with that nosy neighbor down the street. No, no, there’ll be far away firefighter a week.
1 (1h 20m 11s):
Oh, all right guys. Let’s sign off. I think this was a, this was exactly what I wanted. I do appreciate it. I didn’t even, I didn’t even think ham radio. So that was just an added bonus that didn’t even cross my mind because I was thinking more, you know, Online communities, but that ham radio, community’s definitely something that we need to get into here at PBN. We should, to be quite honest, we should have the ability to, in a moments, notice broadcast on some sort of ham, a frequency and have our podcasts be heard at that level also.
2 (1h 20m 46s):
But yeah, just a quick, you know, check out Amron again. I, you know, I’m not trying to push there. They just got a lot of good information, but Amrun does this thing called a black eco. And if you’ve ever gone around and driving around it, and there’s a guy like you see the real estate sign and it says for information on this house tune to a one, okay. So there’s a, a subset in the FCC that allows for low powered FM broadcast. And there’s nothing that keeps you as an individual from broadcasting your podcast over that FM channel, as long as you don’t go over the legal limit.
2 (1h 21m 36s):
So theoretically, if in everyone’s neighborhood, if they had a black echo site set up, you could actually transmit your podcast or whatever you’re doing. You could read the news and maybe there’s a neighbor next door that has a FM radio that they could tune to 89.1 or just, you know, whatever. But you could read the news at six o’clock every day that or any pertinent information that you heard over the ham radio or a single side band or whatever you could actually transmit, you know, play songs and things of that nature.
2 (1h 22m 16s):
So again, that’s another thing to look at. So anyway, that’s, I’ll shut up. I could go forever.
1 (1h 22m 26s):
And that’s why we love talking to you. Prepper cam.
2 (1h 22m 30s):
Yeah, I got to get, I got to do a podcast when these days,
1 (1h 22m 33s):
Oh man, I liked your show. I’d say if you ever want to get on, come to PBN, but anyhow, yeah. Listen to this show again and take notes. That’d be my recommendation. All right, because there’s a lot of opportunities and a lot of options out there and a, you know, the stronger you build yourself as an individual, the stronger our cause will be, you know, you, you can’t, you can’t depend on people like me or, or hosts here at PBN to be sort of the, the, the output. You know, I’d much rather everybody listening have their own effective and efficient methods of, of putting out information and records and even more importantly, probably receiving information.
1 (1h 23m 18s):
So let’s wrap this one up. It’s been a beauty and a, you know, a big week at PBN as per usual. I haven’t even checked in with the ice age farmer to see what he’s going to open up tomorrow with. I’ll probably post some kind of food supply report early tomorrow morning, a direct from Christian, the ice age farmer, and a man, then it’s off to the races. Okay. So thank you so much for the support PBN family. You are, you know, you are, you are this organization and this operation and we do appreciate you. All right. We’ll talk soon.
6 (1h 23m 57s):
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