My Threat Assessment Tools on I AM Liberty

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Prepper Broadcasting Network we have to hit the reset button to create a true culture of preparedness. Starting at a very young age is still a training all the way up. What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have is life? So dear or peace, so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery for all mighty God, what caused give me death

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Or the language of the unheard welcome into the I M Liberty show folks, James Walton. Here Prepper broadcasting.com. Riots are the language of the unheard. That was a quote made by one Rodney King, 1992. You know, not all quotes are created equal, but there’s some, there is some value in that one. And then there’s, you know, there’s also chaos in it as well, riot. So the language of the unheard, I bring it up because my hometown of Philadelphia is added yet. Again, we had, and you know, and astute citizen gunned down by police or a citizen that you don’t know anything about gunned down by police or an upstanding citizen gunned down by police say to you, you don’t really ever get the background on these guys unless you go searching for it.

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You know, Walter Wallace jr. On the face of it. The only thing I really knew about it was that he was a, he had some mental health issues and the cops shouldn’t have killed them because of that. Despite the knife. Now I brought this article up, my wife knew about it by lunch this afternoon, we were talking about it over, over lunch. And you know, he was awaiting trial for allegedly threatening to shoot a woman. Allegedly, according to the media reports, court records obtained by news outlets. Also show Wallace had a criminal history in 2017, he pleaded guilty to robbery, assault, and possessing instrument of crime.

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He was sentenced to 11 months and you have sentenced to 11 months to 23 months in jail. In 2013, he pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and punching a police officer in the face. So this is not a rap sheet. This is not a justification for the man’s murder. This is just a whole story. You know, you can tell the whole story now a days and come off sounding like the R word, right? You can get the racist thing is a stamped on your forehead just by telling the full story. Because when you listen to the story that’s being told in most places it’s, we don’t know anything about them.

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Walter Wallace, jr. We know nothing about him. He was struggling with mental health issues and yeah, the, the nasty mean terrible, horrible, no good, very bad. Cops shot him to death. Look in America in the streets of America. The fact that this has happening is, is nauseatingly enough. Nobody wants, I mean, I can’t say nobody because I don’t really know, but they’re on a slew of people out there hoping for the next police shooting so they can watch someone gunned down and killed because we have the videotape, everything nowadays, you see, every interaction has to be videotaped because I don’t know what, I don’t know what happened to eyewitness.

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Really. I really put everything has to be videotaped. So we have to watch all the horrors up close riots or the language of the unheard riots or the language of the unheard. Now I’m not going to spend a whole lot of time on this Philly thing. You know, there’ve been riots and the rioting, the riding turns into looting and the looting makes the whole effort look really, really kind of silly. You know, in my opinion, I saw over Bobby at cart, if you’re familiar with him, Prepper preparedness apocalyptic author fiction, author prolific and successful.

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Bobby actually used to do a show here at the Prepper Broadcasting Network years ago. Now that I remember man have the time goes. But anyway, he had a, he had a great shot of a man who was, who was riding, who is, you know, expressing the language of the unheard. And this man in particular had a Dolly and he had a black washing machine on that Dolly that he was loading from a store. And you know, and that’s, what’s strange about it all. I mean, I can understand frustration and destruction of property, but you know, it’s an old story. We’ve talked about it ad nauseum in 2020, but it’s back again in Philadelphia.

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And just so you understand what Philadelphia is and how bad it has been in the past, you have to what you’re dealing with as a police officer there, again, I’m not building a rap sheet against Walter Wallace jr. And I’m not looking to a, well, I don’t really know what other choice to police would have had at that point. They already had firearms out because there was a person who is alluding them, resisting arrest with a knife, running around parked cars. It was yeah, there were crowds of people forming around the police who knows how that goes in 2005 though. I want to tell you a tale. Okay.

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I want to tell you a tale from the book of James My book, not from the Bible in 2005, I was in college. Okay. I was going to the restaurant school at Walnut Hill college and I was in West Philadelphia, which at the time was pretty rough. You know, it wasn’t North Philadelphia, but it was, it was getting there. It wasn’t the West Philadelphia of the Prince of Bel-Air. Let’s put it that way. In 2005, I was in college. My college was a 42nd and Walnut street. Okay. I worked downtown in center city on Chestnut street and the restaurant caught on a date, Cuba.

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It was a good living, four tens. I, I, you know, I got a full work week in four days and it was close enough to school. I could stay in Philly and do what I had to do then drive home. At the end of the night, I commuted to Philadelphia, which was, you know, 15, 20 minute ride, not a huge deal, but commuted into the city, parked my 92 Oldsmobile green broken door, usually on about 43rd, 45th street. Something like that is where I usually get good parking. I’d finish up work usually around midnight, right? Usually around midnight, the last of the orders would have already come in, clean up the line, pack up and date the food store it and a call it a night.

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And you know what? I would, I would run many nights. I would have run to try to make the final L a the subway, the final L train that would take me up to about 46. And there were many nights that I didn’t make the hell, you know? And just to imagine, you know, you, you have to be at school pretty early. So you have to say, you know, I don’t know what time I woke up probably six or something like that. Drive into town park through the whole, through the school thing, go work in a big city restaurant, you know, 400 to 450 covers a night orders a night is not easy.

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I mean, there was a great comradery. There was a great group. We did well. It was rare that we found ourselves backed up and crushed by it all. But at the end of the night, man, I was beat. I was beat even at 19, 20 years old, whatever it was, I was dead and many nights I missed that final element. But when you miss the L you have to go all the way up. You have to walk from 19th to 43rd to the car to drive home. And just so you can, I’m going to put that into context now is sort of the environment. Cause in 2005, a by the end of the year, there were 380 homicides in Philly. I don’t think it was the worst year on tap, but it was a bad year and it was no fun walking around Philadelphia at night, particularly walking back from 46 to the car.

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But on, on October 6th of this year, Philadelphia is already at 365 homicides. Okay. So just to put it into perspective, what is happening. And of course these numbers are reflective of every other major city around the nation. That has number one, Democrat leadership. Number two, decided that the police are the problem, which is just an astounding. It’s an astounding a thing to arrive at. Really. I just don’t know how they’ve deduced that police or the problem. Let’s throw them against the wall and shoot them and we’ll get on the evening news and just keep watching the murders pile up.

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You know,

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I remember the police have to be called into these areas in most cases to come. And they were called into this situation here, but I don’t know what to say. I mean, I what’s the solution, you know, from active shooter outrage to police brutality, it seems the returning echoes of these events are saying mental health crisis. But in America we are simply too soft or not prepared, or we can address mental health in America. We can’t address it. We just don’t have the balls to address it. We don’t have the balls to say some people aren’t fit to live amongst us.

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I don’t know.

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And those are many of those people who aren’t fit to live amongst us because they pose a threat to themselves, to others, to whatever they’re not here. They’re incoherent. Many of these people, I would see them on the way to the L train as well, because you don’t leave out the front of the restaurant at a place like that. Okay. It a place like Alma de Cuba center, city, Philadelphia, one of the most busy restaurants in a city, you don’t see Corinne out of the front, out of the bag from the back of the house, to the front of the house, on your street clothes and leave out the front door like do in some restaurants when your shift is over, no, you, you smash out the backdoor into the alleyway.

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And the alleyways of Philadelphia, particularly in center city are littered with homeless people, living in boxes, living in a big box houses and boxing camp mints, and a The appear at you through the box gaps at night. And then sometimes they’re having sex in the boxes at night. Sometimes they’re moaning and coherently in the boxes at night. It’s If we don’t address the hard things, they will just continue to grow. You know?

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So

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That’s where we are. That’s where we are. As of right now, folks, welcome into the, I am Liberty show. I’m glad you’re with me. I, I do appreciate you all joining me for this alive episode of The. I am Liberty show. And of course, for everything else that we’ve been up to as of late, it’s been a wild ride in 2020. We are, we have lived, I think essentially through the age of enlightenment, through the lag of age of electronic enlightenment, the internet came and gave us the ability to type anything. We wanted to that search bar and learn about it. And that really was some kind of radical age of enlightenment.

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And the only logical step after an age of enlightenment is an age of action. Now we know what’s wrong. Now we know who’s bad. Now we know who’s good. Now we know who’s killing the planet. Now we know what’s this. Now we know we’ve, we’ve been enlightened by YouTube documentaries we’ve know, but really the access to information is astounding. I watched a Ted Cruz yell at Jack Dorsey today, the CEO of Twitter, like it was a child or like, I don’t know it was a w it was weird. It was a weird thing to watch. He yelled at him, you know, who elected you?

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And I w I watched that. And I said to myself, man, this is weird. This is weird weave. This is what the age of enlightenment brings. Right? Everybody has access to anything they want to learn about on what there is almost nothing hidden anymore. There’s almost nothing hidden anymore. There’s just some things that are a conspiracy and people won’t admit that they’re not necessarily 100% conspiracy. So we find ourselves in an age of action folks, that’s, what’s going on all around and just all around the world. And it’s an age of action. Everyone who has access to the internet has had a stark realization of who the good guys are, who the bad guys are and what the next steps should

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An overwhelmingly where we’re at as a, as a, as mankind on a whole is we’re facing a worldwide sort of societal negotiation. That’s what this that’s what all of this is. This is a societal negotiation where people are coming to the table in, in, in ages before people would come to the table, the societal table, and they would look to leadership and they would look to the wealthy to tell them what they should do with their life. Okay. Will you hire me please? So you can put food on the table. Thank you, sir.

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I do appreciate it. Now, now a generation comes to the table and says, you’re a dirty, dirty person, and I don’t want to work for you. I want to work for me. I’m going to work for me. And society is changing. I don’t want to put guests in my car. I’m going to power with electricity. I don’t want to, I don’t want to buy your food from the supermarket. I want to grow my own. I don’t want to, you know what I mean? The whole, the whole pet, I don’t want to send my kids to your indoctrination camp called public school. I want to teach them at my house.

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I want to teach them all these things happening. I don’t want to live under a communist regime, right? So we’re going to get in the streets and bandy about it. And that’s, that’s Hong Kong, right? Do these things are happening all over because of the age of enlightenment, the age of action, and as best as I can tell we’re in negotiations folks, and we’ll see how those negotiations go. I don’t feel great about it. I don’t feel great about it going well, but we’ll see how those negotiations go. You know what? One, one big one is happening.

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Tuesday. One massive part of that negotiation happens Tuesday and it is the presidential election. And that will be very interesting while I have you on this subject. Let’s talk about Tuesday night, first and foremost, let’s talk about Monday night, Monday night is a big deal. Monday night, date, election Eve, chaos Eve. We’ve got Sam Culper, the forward observer joining us for preppers live 8:00 PM Eastern standard time. Sam coper, preppers live 8:00 PM Eastern standard time. I don’t know what he’s got for us, but I’m sure it’s going to be great. And I’m sure it’s going to drive you totally up a wall, but it’s going to be important information that we all, we all probably will be able to benefit from moving into whatever Tuesday turns out to be.

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Okay. Tuesday night, what we’ve decided to do, we’re going to go live at least at 9:00 PM. At least by 9:00 PM. Tuesday night, we will be live some semblance of the Prepper Broadcasting Network will be live, and we will be live as long as we want to be alive.

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You know,

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We’re going to watch this thing unfold. That’s what we’re going to do. Ideally, I’d like to have some people in some places, and I’ll talk to those people about the places I’d like them to be in, in sort of active roles, kind of reporting back. But, but this is not going to be, this is not going to be a Fox news program Tuesday night.

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We’re gonna have fun. We’re gonna have

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It’s a good time. Okay. As the apocalypse rings in, we’re going to have a good day. We’re going to have ourselves a good time and joke and laugh and watch the votes come in and watch the chaos in SU. And you know, if the chaos gets to close to some people, they may have to log off and deal with what they have to deal with. I don’t know what that’s going to look like, but I think the vast majority of the Prepper Broadcasting Network audience or, or I’m sorry, hosts are pretty far from chaos. So that’s a good thing. So Monday night, preppers lie, Sam Culper. Don’t miss it. Tuesday night, election fun at PBN.

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Okay. I know we’re gonna have the Buford’s. I know we’re going to have Jordan. I know it will. Most likely had Dave Jones and whoever else wants to join us can join us as well. And it will be more of a party and less of a show. That’s what I’m going to tell you. It would be more of a party and less of a show. I don’t obviously know how the night will turn out. I don’t know what it will look like, but will be on there. Why not? This is what we,

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Okay. What else

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I want to give you just a real quick take on this thing, and then we’ll get to the show topics for the night, but I want you to understand what’s in here because it’s, it’s a very important stuff. So swelling of either side of the face will occur with dental infection. So, okay. So he talks a lot about infections and he also talks a lot about this, which is very important. This patient is very ill. He goes on to talk about an abscess and things like that. And the rest is mandatory. Provide antibiotic coverage from the RX oral topical medication module. OK. And we’ll talk about what that is with Livo floxacin. I probably butchered that 500 milligrams once daily Zithromax as indicated on page two 85 or from the RX injectable medication module, Rocephin giving 500 milligrams by intramuscular injection, every 12 hours, urgent evacuation is mandatory.

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So that gives you a couple of very important pieces in this book. Here number one, William tells you exactly what types of antibiotics to use in what dosage and a lot of people in the prepping community have their questions when it comes to antibiotics and dosage. Okay. Now what he’s talking about and what is really awesome about this book are these medication modules. Okay. So I’m going to talk to you about, I don’t know if I want to do that one, actually hold on, let me find that. Okay, this is one half.

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This one is a great bandaging module, but I don’t think it has any antibiotics on it. It has a surgical kid on a topical bandaging module spend code second skin burn dressing, kit gauze, high absorbent, quick clot combat gauze cover. Let bandage strips adhesive tape Sam splint 36 inch a elastic bandages two through six inches, maximum strength, triple antibiotic, ointment Hybris in surgical scrub. OpCon a demonic drops. Don’t even know what they are close, but look, it’s the topical bandaging module is basically a checklist and it talks about each and every thing that’s in this module in detail, this is an astounding part of this book.

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Cause the RX oral topical medication module docks, a cycling Zithromax Levaquin Diflucan Norco, Atarax Mobic, then a veer stat or Diamox take a drawn run, a ton of oral and topical medications to make up these RX oral topical medication module. That really, I mean, this is the information you want. This is the information that’s hard to get. What should I do? And with all those modules throughout the entirety of the book they’re mentioned, and the medicines in them are mentioned how to treat those

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Issues.

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So if you need an antibiotic for something, it tells you in that book, how much you need, where do you know where to go, how to use it, the whole thing and what to do next. I mean it’s important information. Okay. Let’s leave it at that. That’s a big deal is a big deal. On the times we’re entering Threat Assessment Tools I’m going to say, I’m going to begin in the beginning to begin at the beginning, when it comes to my Threat Assessment tools so that you guys understand how each and every one of these came to be and how this little process of mine came to be as well. I’ve been threatening for a while to

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Okay.

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Post a video on battle tracking and I’m still, I still want to do it. I still want you guys to see it in action. Or maybe I can figure out a way to do it live Tuesday night. Cause I’d like you to see it in action before. Cause that’s essentially what we’re going to discuss.

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Oh, Volkan has got me a lot.

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Well, I’m glad I can give you a laugh. I’ll tell you what, it’s not my strong suit. They do a, a, they do an amazing job. Those folks who administer those antibiotics and keep us all alive. My son not long ago had a, okay, I’m going to talk about this Shows topic tonight. I’ve got a, I’ve got a it a little bit. So Two years ago Prepper camp. Well, interestingly enough, the story begins even further. I was in st. Louis around the time of the riots. Actually I was in st. Louis.

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Gotcha.

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This is such a weird thing. Life is so fun. I mean, do you, do you ever just sit around and just remember you’re life and how fun and amazing it’s been. I was working for the Richmond food bank at a time. Now we would go to these food banking conferences just because I was a food safety guide, food safety regulations change a lot. You know what I mean? You gotta stay on top of these things. So this one was in st. Louis and I said, you know, okay, that’s fine. We’ll, we’ll do this thing. We go to a group of us go, you know, we have a bunch of meetings to have fun. You know, the whole thing, go out and party a little bit, all that stuff, right?

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The night that I get there is the night of the chaos breaking loose in, I can’t remember the name of the town, but it was close. It was very close. If you remember the name of the town in Missouri, throw it in there. So I could, so I can be honest. I can’t think of it. Anyhow, you guys remember it, right? Probably 2015, 16, something like that. Maybe 17 and man, I’m laying in my hotel room. I stayed at a different hotel than the rest of the Cru, the rest of the crew, pick their hotel room ahead of time.

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Got it. Taken care of them. I got so lucky that I didn’t, because I didn’t have to room around people. I was in a separate building from my coworkers altogether, which was phenomenal. And I was in this really cool club. It was a, it was a men’s club turned hotel. It was this cool men’s club turned hotel in downtown st. Louis, Missouri Ferguson. Was it? Thank you, Greg. So you remember Ferguson, right? The riots of Ferguson. So here I am in this men’s club, old room, old gym was a cool place to stay.

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It was kind of perfect for me really. And I’m laying in this hotel and I’m watching,

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I’m

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Watching, what’s his name? Not Jesse Jackson, who was the other one? Freddie’s fashion Mart, fame. What’s his name? I’m watching him get up on the, on the television and start riling up the masses. And all I could think about right. He’s up there, Al Sharpton, Al Sharpton is up there and he’s talking about injustice and , and he’s, you know, inciting a riot. So I’m sitting there in st. Louis saying, okay, well, I’m on about the fifth or sixth floor here. I think it will probably be tough to make it down when they set the building on fire.

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So I better stay awake and at least somewhat pay attention to where these riots are and what’s going on with them.

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So fair.

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It’s forward to a, you know, it wasn’t fair a con it was, it was Al Sharpton, but yeah, I think you might as well have been so fast forward 2019, my first Prepper camp, Ryan Buford in the house with us. Thanks for coming. Prepper dad. I appreciate it. So fast forward, 2019 Prepper camp Sam, copers doing his breakdown on intelligence and the importance of it in his class. And he’s talking about battle tracking and, and battled tracking was a very interesting concept. And the way it was born, at least in his civilian use was through the Ferguson riots.

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So just as kind of a fun thing to do, he and a few of his buddies started to track what was happening on the ground in Ferguson, see how much Intel they could gather through reports and social media and the whole night nine yards. And he started figuring out kind of what, what that looked like and how easy it was for the average person to battle tracks, something like a ride and Ferguson, any talk to us a little bit about what he did in the, in some of the things that he used in the technologies. And he actually did it with a bunch of guys, which probably helped and probably would be better.

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So I’d always held onto that information. I thought it was really cool idea. You know what I mean? What can, what kind of a picture can you paint when there’s chaos close by,

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After George Floyd,

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I got in-depth training

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On how to do this. Yeah.

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And I got really good at it. I get really good at it. By the last major riot here in Richmond, it was, it was kind of like seeing the matrix, you know what I mean? It’d be became a thing where it was put these certain things place, stay up a little late and let the chaos in Sue and, and start to map it out and understand where you’re at compared to where it’s at and yada, yada, yada. And I let me drill this point home real quick, because I do live in Richmond. Okay. Richmond is a city, but it’s not really a city compared to what I’m used to.

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You know what I mean? So it’s a city of 200 to 250,000 people. I’ve used this example before on the show. The County that I grew up in Delaware County has 500,000 people in. Okay. So I now live in a city that has less than half. The people that the County I grew up in is has, so it’s a different animal. I’m explaining this because I don’t want you guys to worry too much about me and about Richmond. The other thing about my location in Richmond is that I have a serious impediment between me and the chaos and it’s the James river.

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So in, in order for chaos to really make it to my neighborhood, it will either have to ensue. It would have to ensue on the South side of Richmond or which there’s no real, it’s a very diverse area on the South side, the colleges, the bars, The, you know, where all this stuff really kicks off is, is across the river. So I just want you to understand all that in order for it to get, to meet you, they would have to cross, cross bridges and follow a kind of a complicated path.

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So when you hear me tracking the chaos in Richmond city and being in Richmond city, and you see the riots, I mean, we had 30 to 60 days of rides, depending on how you look at it. And you know, they didn’t even come close to my house ever. Never not once. So just so you understand that doesn’t mean it can happen. That doesn’t mean the Intrepid commander wouldn’t be sitting around and, and paying damn close attention to what’s going on while we’re having our little party for the election night. So all that said, let’s talk about these Tools I guess we’ll go from, well, let’s start, we’ll start with the process.

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Okay. So what I do first and foremost is I open up a Google map and I take a screenshot of it. Okay. And that Google map screenshot is based off of the first piece of action or, or the starting point of the peaceful protest. So in two ways, I’ve done this piece. Number one, I wait and listen to find out where the first thing jumps off, where did the police and the peaceful protestors quote on quote first meet. Okay. Or I listen to the broadcast defy, which we’ll talk about it in a second to find out information through them.

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Or I read through Twitter about the warnings that are put off by the Richmond police, either way, I find sort of the starting point. And I Mark that. Okay, you can do that. And you want to open up paint. You can do that. You can throw, you know, you can screenshot your Google map, open it up and paint. I do it in paint 3d, because I just liked the Tools there. And it makes sense to me. Okay. So, so my Google map is going to have the starting point noted.

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And of course my home on the same map. All right. I want to have the full thing. I’m going to be able to see here. And also the other thing that you can put on your mapper or other people in the vicinity that matter, because that’s a good thing to have them noted as well. All right. So try to fit that in as best you can. It’s not always easy to get a good high resolution map if particularly if you’re far away, you know, if you are really far away or you might not even need to do this, but that’s my starting point. Screenshot, Google map, zoomed in where’s the chaos starting point based on where’s the protest starting a lot of times, these peaceful protests, for some reason, they start at night and they wind up not being so peaceful, but they have a starting point.

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We’re going to start at this park. We’re going to meet here and we’re going to March to there. Okay. So, boom, that’s your first Mark, Mark your home, Mark. Your in-laws Mark, your brother, your sister, whatever else you want to Mark in the vicinity. And then you are ready for takeoff. And the rest is just a monitoring of intelligence that I think I have the best, probably about the best three to four things that you can use to monitor this. And I’ll start with maybe the least impressive, which is the, the live news. So the good thing is local news will be going like crazy because of the election.

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So put the local news on for me, the local news would be on around the same time as these protests because of the fact that they would happen at night and around 11, 12, o’clock they’d be kicking off and getting crazy. So at 11 o’clock I’d have the local news on, all right, what are they saying? Cause they, they, there is blood thirsty as anybody else. They want to get the first fire that lights up the night sky. So you can gain a lot of information from them, right? Where is that? First fire fires are very important. Part of a mapping, this stuff out. One of the big reasons fire played such a big role for me as a threat assessment tool is because I could listen to the fire department through broadcast of fire.

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So I’m not skilled enough with a ham radio. I don’t even know if it’s possible and I hope it’s not possible to listen in to the police. Okay. You can get very sparse updates on state police, but obviously they’re not going to let you know anything important. However, when you listen to the broadcast of Phi and you tune in and broadcast, if I, for those of you who don’t know is basically a police scanner app, it’s a scanner app. Okay. So, but where I’ve found it to be most effective for me was not listening to the local police because it was few and far between the, the things that were said it was to listen to the local police or to the local fire department.

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So Richmond city fire. Okay. Richmond city fire told me a lot. One of the first things Richmond city fire would tell me when I was assessing the threat of the riot

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Was

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Where they were staging their trucks. OK. And they wouldn’t say it like we’re staging our trucks here. Here you know, they would, they would ping back and ask. Or are you still staged at Hollywood cemetery? Yes. We’re still staging Hollywood cemetery. Okay. So now I can Mark on my map where the fire company is, you know, where or the fire trucks, because they’re using Intel to make that decision. And that decision has to be based on what someone’s either going to get injured or something is going to get set on fire. So we need to be staged in a location that will get us to those places quickly.

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So if I’m listening to this and I know where the start of the riots is going to be, I’ve marked it. Now I’m going to Mark where the fire trucks are being staged. Okay. Cause that’s going to tell me most likely based on Intel, the direction of the March, where they think there’s going to be chaos, where they want to be able to, you know, shoot off to in a hurry. Okay. So now, and now on our map, we have a fire’s firetrucks noted. We have the start of the riot or protest, whatever you want to call it, be my guest. And of course we have that all in relation to where you live, right?

1 (44m 27s):
And where the house is, where you wear the survival home basis, all that information. I’ll tell you a lot. It will tell you about things that are happening. It may not tell you everything.

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Twitter is

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A gold mine for this. It’s an absolute gold mine. I mean, even if you don’t have Twitter and you don’t have a Twitter account, I wrote Twitter off years ago because Twitter is nothing but Patriot and battle really is. I mean, when I go on Twitter and look around, I remember going on Twitter and being outraged every day, I would go in and search the trending tweets and get outraged. Every, this was before outrage Cole, I was living outrage culture before outrage culture happened. I just didn’t do anything about it. I just would sit there and

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Stew it’s brutal. It’s terrible. Okay. But what I’m saying is this,

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Even if you don’t wanna participate in Twitter, even if you don’t want to have a Twitter name, even if you don’t want to be involved, sign up with some fake email, make a fake handle just so you can search Twitter Tuesday night. ’cause what I would do is I would go in there and I would search hashtag Richmond riots, hashtag Richmond, protest, hatch tag, whatever police brutality, Richmond, you name it. Hashtag Antifa, Richmond, Antifa,

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All of that stuff. Okay.

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And you will get videos and pictures direct from the protestors

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That simple,

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You will get videos and pictures direct from inside the protest. They will tell you what the police are doing in bed words. The police have is boxed in at bladdy bladdy bladdy blah street. Now, what do you think you’d do with a Google map? Timeline time and a note tape, right? Okay. They’re making contact with police at this street. This is what’s happened. Okay. I see another group marching down broad street. There’s a group marching up third street, all this stuff you Mark. And you listen. And hopefully, while you make these marks, you get to look at that gigantic gap between you and the chaos, you know, between you and the chaos, this tremendous gap, ham radio you can use.

1 (47m 8s):
If you know how to tune into, if you’ve programmed your radio. And I don’t just mean the basic stuff, but if you programmed it to even local businesses, you can gain a lot of information through just listening. In fact, on a night like Tuesday night, you might even be able to just scan and gain a lot information. So pull the ham radio out, turn it on, play around with it a little bit. You probably need to practice anyway. And you may be able to glean something interesting from out as well. But for me, the vast majority of what I learned about these protests came from listening to fire, right?

1 (47m 50s):
Listening to fire department talk. At one point, there were shots fired. So there were shots fired on second on broad street. I remember it clear as day shots fired on a second and brought, I found that out through The through the fire, right? So through broadcast to fi dispatcher talking to the fire truck, why is this important? This is important because when there are a shots fired, the fire truck is not going in. Okay. That’s what the call was. The call was, stay back, stay staged, shots fired on second on broad street, it wasn’t shots fired. It turned out to be firecrackers, but all that stuff, man, all of that stuff adds up the live news feed on television.

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You’ll be able to glean stuff from there, but I’m telling you, if you really want to get inside the protests, let the people who are in the protest who can’t help themselves. They can not help themselves. But Tim Self, if you look I’m in a protest, they can’t help themselves. They will videotape what’s happening. If there’s violence, they want to video tape and put it on their Twitter. Sign up for Twitter. If you will, if you want to do this. And if you worried about knowing what’s going on in relation to your home, I’m telling you it’s the inverse. It’s been invaluable for me to be able to see multiple protests in air. Cause you, you, you could find yourself in a situation where there are two to three protests happening riots, and you’ll be able to hone in on each one, right.

1 (49m 25s):
By using these tools. So by the end of the night, you’ll have a very clear picture with a lot of marked up sections of your map, you know? And, and you’ll, well, you’ll come to two conclusions. Number one, the chaos is slowly moving towards my home and it’s time to take action, whatever that looks like. I don’t know what that looks like for you. That could mean if they get to this Avenue where leaving, right. If we get, if they get to this Avenue, we’re leaving. If they get to this Avenue where we’re, battening down the house, hatches. If they get to this Avenue, we all go up at the front of the neighborhood and make a stand.

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Yeah. There’s a lot of danger in that, but whatever. Or you’ll, you’ll go to bed like I did almost every night. You’ll see you there headed West on broad street, which is about as far away from my house. As they can get a, there is a little action on Carey street. That’s all died out. It’s one o’clock in the morning. I’m going to go to bed. And that’s the story. You know what I mean? The difference is you can use these tools to take this whole thing into your own hands, rather than sit there with bated breath, watching the news going, Oh my God, it’s going to come here, honey, honey, I think it’s going to come here.

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I think we’re in trouble. I think, I think, I think don’t think, don’t think, just know it’s not hard following these things is not hard and it’s not going to be hard. Tuesday is not going to be a hard Wednesday. So I’m going to be hard because we live in a media hungry world. Everybody’s hungry for the fire and the blood and the cops and the Pope brutality. And it will be everywhere. All you need is a map and an ability to, to, to, you know, I don’t have a printer that works at the moment or I’d print out the map and do it by hand. It’d be more fun. So you could do it that way too. But all you need is that map. Where am I?

1 (51m 34s):
Where’s the chaos? Which direction are they headed? How bad has it gotten? Where or the resources spread out and so on and so forth. And you’ll have a crystal clear picture of the level of Threat that you should, you should be considering. So download broadcast, defy, put it on your phone. It’s free. Download it now. So you have it right? Print out that Google map. If you want, if not screenshot, it worked through the laptop, pull out the old ham radio, dust it off, get ready to scan some channels Tuesday night, if you don’t already have some go tos for emergency and weather and those types

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Things, and

1 (52m 22s):
You know, live news feeds are very helpful, but I’m telling you if you want the inside scoop, get Twitter, Twitter, you’ll have the people around Twitter gives you not just the idiots inside of the rides, but they also give you a video from people who are watching riots from out their windows, watching them from the top of their, a apartment complex. Oh my God, here they come down. Here. They come down. Broad street is so crazy. I don’t believe it. All that Intel is just there. It’s just the ripe hanging, ready to be plucked and used so that you don’t have to sit up at night and a shiver. There is no need for that. There is no need to sit up at night and shiver.

1 (53m 3s):
I’m an idiot. Don’t you understand? I am an I. I’m not a military guy. I don’t have years of tactical training. Okay. I don’t have this stuff. I’m a chef. That’s what I trained most of my life for. Right. And a fisherman. Those are the two things I’ve done and right here and there, I don’t have levels and layers of tactical training. I can tell you this much though, this process right here is easy, easy. You can follow it. No problem. And I followed it myself in the dark, downstairs in the living room, in my underwear so that I knew my family would be safe at night.

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And many of you out there listening are probably going to be in a situation where you’re going to say to yourselves. I don’t know if my family is safe or not tonight. So do what needs doing, do what needs doing. And I’m telling you, you, you, you are going to know you’re either going to know, yes, things are fine. We’re safe here or no, they’re not in it’s time to take action and whatever that action looks like. I sure as hell hope, you know what that action looks like. Okay. I sure as hell hope that you know exactly what that means tonight is probably about the last night you want to be sitting down and going. Hmm. I’m not exactly sure what I want to do, but I want to do something.

1 (54m 31s):
You know what I mean? So don’t wait for the final bell folks. Put those things on your phone and be prepared and yada, yada, yada, okay. Big things are coming. They may not touch you. God. I hope they don’t touch you, but yeah. Be prepared Ryan in the chat and the man behind the next generation says buy food on Friday. Don’t wait until Wednesday next week. Great advice. Great advice or whatever you can do to get ahead. Cause the reality is we don’t know what next week is going to be. We just have no idea what next week will hold.

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And a that’s a terrifying thing, but that’s the reality. So it is what it is. We have to be prepared. It is what we do. Folks. We are here to be prepared.

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Yeah. That’s where we’re at.

1 (55m 31s):
Let me send a quick message. You got some internet issues, website issues, possibly. Let me see if I can,

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You can help this guy out real quick or gal.

1 (55m 50s):
So the EPC has come to an end, which is interesting on a number of levels. And I want to talk about it. So the EPC, for those of you who are new, that was our election preparedness campaign. Okay. We we decided some time ago that we needed to get everybody involved on preparedness for what was to come. And we came to this conclusion, I don’t know may about may of 2019.

1 (56m 32s):
We came to this conclusion about may of 2019. And It was our plan to do 52 weeks of preparedness, 52 weeks, solid preparedness, a new task, a new mission each week, you follow along, you do these things. And when this time rolled around, you would be in a hell of a lot better situation than you are currently. That was the goal of the PC. OK. And I think we did that for a lot of people. I think we did that for a hell of a lot of people. And I’m happy about that.

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You know, I think the election preparedness campaign worked in two ways. Okay. It worked number one, as it was intended to get people prepared. Okay. That was a big deal. It worked also in building the ranks of the people here at the Prepper Broadcasting Network so that’s it, you know what I mean? That’s exactly what I needed to do. And it did both of those things. So now we find ourselves in a very interesting situation. Okay.

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What do we do

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For another 52 weeks? The the driving force on our newsletter has been the election preparedness campaign. Okay. It has been the driving force, of course, being who I am. I already know exactly where we’re going to go for the next year Because everyone is increased. Hopefully, hopefully everyone is increased, right? Everyone has taken on more, storing, more food, got more ammo, got more guns, whatever it is you got, you’ve got more of it, right? More birds, more goats, more flock, more beds to grow food and more trees, whatever it is.

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I got a new property. I got a new house. I got a new guy. I got a bug out location, whatever you got. Right. We focused in hard on prepping this here, man. You guys should be proud of yourself or what you’ve achieved. I know many of you personally listening to this show right now and I know what it is you’ve done. And a well, there’s a reason we all get to sit here and talk kind of lax a day, basically and relaxed about what is likely to be one of the craziest moments in American history. Right?

0 (59m 13s):
So

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Whether Donald Trump wins, whether Joe Biden wins, we’re still preppers, right? At the end of the day, we’re still going to be preppers. That’s not changing.

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However

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Prepper is experienced the 2016 slump. Right? I know some people who had to recover from that, some people who went into that slump and by time they came out, it was a problem they had some catching up to do. Okay.

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Okay. No.

1 (59m 50s):
So what we’re going to do to combat that when we started Patrion, I gave all the patrons a, a copy of the preparedness master schedule. Okay. And the preparedness master schedule is big and overwhelming and complicated. Okay. And I believe that, and I understand that. And listen, I created that master schedule to deal with my job as the food safety manager, which was all about maintenance. It was about maintaining the racks, maintaining the cleanliness, maintaining the temperature logs, maintaining, receiving temperature, taking all, you know, anything pertaining to food safety.

1 (1h 0m 37s):
There was a bunch of things that had to be done every week, every month, every year, every quarter, yada, yada, got it. And I put them all on this sheet so that I could keep up with it all. And what I came to realize after buying the Prepper Broadcasting Network was prepping is no different. You’ve got two options. You can fly by the seat of your pants and hope that all of your preps are kept up hope that all of your preps or focused on all of your preps or mania.

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Yeah.

1 (1h 1m 15s):
And miss what you miss and deal with it or what we’re going to do through the newsletter this year, we’re going to use the preparedness master schedule on a weekly basis

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To keep and,

1 (1h 1m 32s):
And maintain this level of preparedness that many of you have achieved.

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Many of

1 (1h 1m 38s):
You have achieved some amazing things this year and you’ve got new stuff and more stuff. And the best thing for you to do is to maintain that stuff at the highest level. And maybe even add stuff, Dave Jones just went what? I’m not adding anything else after 2020. You’re crazy. But you, Dave is a great example though. Dave has been a whirlwind of preparedness in 2018

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And you know,

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She’s got a lot of stuff to maintain. He’s got a lot of new stuff that he’s gonna have to think about in 2021 and going forward. So if you’re in a similar boat, you know, we’re going to help you with that. Okay. So the preparedness master schedule really is about each week going, what do I need to do this week to make sure my preps are maintained? Okay. And that can be something as simple as a, you know, inventory on food. That can be something as simple as you know what, it’s been three months, let’s pull the bug out bags out and let’s open them up and see what is going on in there because I’ve gone six to 10 months, not opening a bug out bag.

1 (1h 2m 58s):
I’ve done that before. You know what I mean? And you find out, you find out that a lot changes in that time, a lot changes in that, that amount of time. So 20, 21, well starting really at the end of the last quarter of 2020 here, we’re going to introduce that preparedness master schedule will talk about it. I’ll probably include a video in one of these newsletters. That’s going out soon to explain how to use it. And then we’re going to kick off and use the thing. We’re going to use it together. Okay. I realized throwing it out to people and showing them how to use it. It’s a tough document to stay honest with. Okay. But if you do, you always know where you’re at.

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You always know there’s no guessing it goes back to the original point, right? There’s no guessing. So that’s the plan. The EPC is dead going forward. 2021 is going to be a year of maintenance. As we, as we sit back and realize all of the crazy shit we have done in 2020 to get prepared and now we need to keep up with it all. Okay. So that’s the motivation through 2021. Now, if things go off the rails, we may change a little bit. But as of right now, that’s the game plan on maintaining what we have adding more that more of the things we need as preppers.

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So yeah, let’s, let’s put it a rest. It is what it is. It was a fun little program. It was great. And thank you all for signing up and, and imbibing. So what else do we have to talk about tonight on the, I am Liberty show the chat room is, is lively. We got hosts in there and it’s all going good. So what I would like to discuss next, Oh, Dave Jones is going through flashlights and batteries. Oh, living on the fourth tip for storing. This is from this from Ryan tip for storing batteries and the vice put a small piece of card stock between the battery and the spring.

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It breaks the connection and keeps the batteries fresh till you pull it. Oh, I like that. That’s better than my, my deal. I rubber band the batteries to everything, but I like the card stock. Hmm. Yeah. That’s what’s happening in chat. We just crossed five days to the election. That’s a a hundred hours to prepare folks. Oh, if you’re out there listening and you’re unawares, I have been doing, I was inspired by Dave Jones and I have been doing an immediate action, a set of videos over at YouTube. Okay. I don’t usually do videos at YouTube for YouTube collectively, but this is a cool little set of videos on immediate action members and members of the continuity got that list early.

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You know, just what it is, but you can go watch them. youtube.com search Prepper Broadcasting Network I don’t care if you subscribe or do the things that you do on YouTube to us very much. Cause we’re not, you know, we’re not YouTube. We’re podcasts Network and that’s what we do. So what’s next. We did Prepper Oh, pod scribe. I’m going to talk about pod scribe, pod scribe. They are the folks who are responsible for transcribing our podcasts. They are the folks who are responsible for providing us with that great, that great code that allows members to search any podcast they want and go directly to that port part of the podcast.

1 (1h 6m 45s):
You know, so if you heard me tonight talking about broadcast defy, and you’re like, I don’t remember what the hell that thing was called. He was talking about fire, a police scan or something along those lines, you could search police scanner and it will take you right to the section of the podcast or sections where I said the word police scanner, or a broadcast defy. Okay. It doesn’t take you to that point in the transcription. Only it takes you literally to that point in the podcast because there’s a player attached. So a pods grabbed to do great workforce. We appreciate them. And then just wanted to shout them out. As part of our little operation here@theprepperbroadcastingnetworkelement.io.

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You’ve got to get on the element that I, you know, if you’re not already, that is how you do the live chat element.io, sign up and we’ll get you a we’ll get you onboarded. You sign up, you get a screen name, you get us a custom codes and pass keys and passphrase, save it all, save it, all, shoot us a contact. And then we’ll get you into that EOC over@elephant.io. Okay. It’s a, it’s a good deal. We have a lot of fun over here. So what is it? Oh, this is good. This is a very good I read today that the stocks are spooked.

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I read this on the Drudge report. I do read the Drudge report from time to time, even though future danger.com I in my opinion is superior. Of course I’m a little biased, but future danger in my opinion is superior. You can go to a future danger.com right now and read a great story about the air force training for nuclear war. Huh? What do you say? Yeah. I mean, I’m sure it’s probably a, a drill that they do on a regular basis, but you know, it’s just interesting to read about it. So the stocks are spooked and how we’re going to deal with the Dow being down 943 points or whatever it is. I don’t know. I don’t pay attention. The stock market. I don’t have a penny in it, but I understand the, how it has affects on things.

1 (1h 8m 55s):
What we’re going to do tomorrow is going to release a new economic update, a new econ report from Steven men King. Okay. So tomorrow midday, ish, new economic report from Steven men King. I’m sure he’s going to touch on exactly what we’re dealing with in the economy and probably give you some incredible work for what is coming for what is coming. Okay. Stephen King was on a little bit of a hiatus, no big deal, taking care of things. Listen, it’s, it’s take care of things time and time and ESPN back. And he’ll be back Sunday with reliance and he’ll be back Monday with preppers live.

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And you may even show up Tuesday night, who knows? I haven’t pitched it to him yet, but all that said, you know, it’s The, it’s the Prepper Broadcasting Network folks. It’s a freight train. It’s I don’t even know how to stop it. I couldn’t stop it. If I wanted to heavy talk on solar, a heavy talk on solar in the chat room, I’ve got some service to do on a, on a generator here at home. One of the immediate action items that I’ve mentioned this week has been fuel and power do not take these two for granted folks, particularly fuel, you know, in the video, I mentioned that during hurricane Harvey, I think, you know, was there was a runner.

1 (1h 10m 31s):
Yes, there was, there was not a shortage of gas coming into town, but there was a run on gas because people were afraid of a shortage of gas coming into town. So panic buying is already begun. The American people are gonna be the American people who don’t go into the streets are going to be more prepared for this than probably ever before, which is a good thing, right? They’re about buying the buying food stacking and stocking, or even the, even the grocery stores know it. If you pay attention and go look at the things that are on sale, the grocery story of Israel, canned goods, I saw a tremendous sales on canned goods.

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You know what I saw that I’ve never seen in all my years, going to a grocery store, you know, when you go down to the main Isles, there’s like those gaps between aisles. And sometimes they’ll put, I’m not the cap of an eye, or sometimes it’s on the cap of an aisle too though, but there’ll be those sales there. I saw a sales for 10 pound bags of rice. Never seen that before. So there’s a lot of people paying attention. There’s a lot of people putting up food and things like that to be prepared for potential chaos in and around themselves. Right? So what do we do with all this?

1 (1h 11m 55s):
What do we do with all this information? It’s a lot I through a lot at, yeah. I hope you take advantage of most of it, feel free to listen to this thing again, tomorrow to all that said, I think what’s most important in all of this is to enjoy the process because we’re witnessing something amazing here. It’s terrifying at times when you get too deep in it, here we are the discriminated class in the nation.

1 (1h 12m 41s):
Would you deny me that where is the most discrimination in silence and you know, sort of character assassination happening? Hmm. What’s happening to us. It’s happening. The conservative people. You don’t even have to like Trump. You just have to dislike Biden. Heads will roll in 2021 folks, but we are already living as a discriminated class of people. You’ll be make a blog to make a post. You may get this. You may get that. You run the risk of being shut down.

1 (1h 13m 22s):
’cause you talking about what you want to talk about the way you want to talk about it. So you have two choices in all of this guys, you have two choices in all of this. Number one, you can act like a pissy discriminated against a person, and we know all about that, but you can act that way. You can bury yourself in misery or you can practice one very simple thing. Okay? Very simple thing.

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Pleasantness, pleasantness. Okay. Practice pleasantness in the face of all this chaos practice pleasantness. ’cause what right. Do we have not to be pleasant? Hmm. We are in the business of pursuing happiness folks. I talked about this a couple of weeks ago. This is what we do. We are busy pursuing happiness, our enemies, the ones that seek to silence us. They’re standing in the misery of the day. They’re standing in the misery of the day or the misery of the past.

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Let them stand there. Soggy shoes, miserable, miserable at a state of affairs, win or lose. Doesn’t matter. They’re always looking for more misery. They’re always searching for the next shot or the next hit of misery. Let them have it. You practice pleasantness in the face of it all. Why? Because that’s what the world needs from you. And that’s what you deserve a pleasant life. You’ve done the work you’ve done the prepping. What does the, what does the Rudyard Kipling line that if that is really going to describe Tuesday, when all about you or losing their heads and blaming it on you, if you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming you.

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Okay? Because in that, what is going to be, if we have riots in the streets, because Donald Trump won, won’t everyone be losing their head and blaming you. These damn Trump’s support. We got to burn it all down. The best thing you can do is keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming you. And you will be a man. My son, I’m calling it the night folks. Thank you very much. A always a pleasure to be live with the listening audience, to the IME Liberty show. Always a pleasure to be live on the Prepper Broadcasting Network and always a pleasure to touch base with the you guys in chat.

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You guys make the world go around. Thank you very much. And we’ll talk soon. We’ll talk very soon, but make sure your calendar is clear above all. You forget about memberships. Forget about everything else. Make sure your calendar is clear for a Monday night, 8:00 PM. Preppers live. Okay. Tuesday night, the election party here at Prepper Broadcasting Network. It’s where you’re going to want to be as for tomorrow. When the rest of the week, man, its a huge lineup still. We’ve got massive days ahead. Tomorrow night. It’s the gunmetal armory. What a show before that we’re going to drop an economic report from the one and only Stephen man talking.

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And then Friday night we have Ryan Buford end, Dave Jones, the NBC guy who we’re going to be teaming up. Okay. Teaming up on Friday night. So I don’t know what to tell you. I know there’s prepping to be done. Just make sure your cell phones charged and you can hit all these shows this week on the Prepper Broadcasting Network all right. PBN family. We are calling you to at night. I am signing off and we’ll talk very soon. Don’t you worry.

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