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We just want to let this play.
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Cool to the state of the union here at the prepper broadcasting network. Good to be with you, James Walton heroes to the I am Liberty show. It’s been, it’s been a whirlwind over about the last month and I thought a fitting show. Would it be to sit down and discuss the state of the union, the state of the union here in the United States of America, right?
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We are days away from the birth of the nation, the signing of the declaration of independence and incredible, Oh, they pulled down the guy who wrote that incredible song statue too, by the way, I don’t know if you caught that in the, in the barrage of marble hitting the ground or bronze or whatever, but anyhow, I thought it that all the changes at PBN, all the changes here in America, everything that is happening, everything that is about to happen.
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I said to myself, let’s do a state of the union because there’s a lot to talk about. There’s a lot to touch on. And also the state of the union is absolutely one of my favorite things to do. It’s it’s a heck of a time, Jen in, well, let’s start the state of the union with a, with a mysterious thing that happened. And it just happened. And now that Jen says it, she’s verifying it in the live chat here. If you want to visit prepper broadcasting.com, you can scroll down and under the a show player that you you’re gonna think you’re at a new site because the whole site is just turned into something totally different.
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And we’ll get to that, but you can join a live chat by scrolling down and clicking the live chat where it says, join the live chat, boom free. You don’t have to sign up for anything. But anyhow, right before I got on the air, I was looking to go hop in the discord, see what was going on and no discord. I don’t know where the EOC went. I have no idea what happened to it. I thought I deleted something by accident.
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I thought I deleted it off my list. I don’t know. Well, we’ll look into that. All I can tell you about the EOC is man. It was a masterpiece and it was filled with some intense information and I’m going to get conspiratorial and say, Hey, if it’s gone missing and no one can figure out why I’m not going to be that surprised, I will simply not be that surprised if we find out that the EOC has gone missing and nobody really can understand why it’s gone missing.
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That’s about all I can tell you, you know, let me give you a little heads up. The family is out. So they’re going to come into the house at some point tonight, we’re going to play a little jazz. I’m going to make sure that they’re all good to go say good night. And then I’ll jump right back on. It’ll take me about two minutes, but just be prepared for that. Okay. That could happen between now and about nine 20 at the latest. But yeah, I’ve got to say good night to the kids, but we are here.
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We are here to discuss the state of the union of the United States of America and the prep of broadcasting network. The first thing I want to talk about is prepper broadcasting network related because I just have to get into what’s happened to the website. Okay. This is a very important thing for me to explain. And while I’m fresh and while it’s right in my mind, and while I’m got your attention, though, I’ll probably have your attention for most of the night, because it’s going to be a, it’s going to be a heavy hitter tonight.
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I could, I could tell you that I’m looking at my show notes. The only thing I see that, that I might lose you on health and fitness. But outside of that, I’m kidding. You guys are all, it’s a different world now, but what I want to talk about right now is the new website. Okay? So I’ve got to explain it the way that I can explain it, which is always too deep and too involved. But I think that you guys are here for a reason. So let’s just do it the way I want to do it for about two years, we’ve had a, a website up that has been a safe website.
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So not a lot going on on the website, really nothing much going on on the website, you know, and the website was a place holder for me to kind of figure out what PBN is for me to figure out what we’re doing, what we’re going to do, who we’re going to become in this whole thing. Right? And it was, let me put this, let me put this beautiful website up this thing that is easy and safe player right there.
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Okay. Here are the host, you know, the, the whole thing. And let me figure out what we’re going to be. Let me work towards this mission. Let me figure out what’s going to be. And now as we’ve followed the follow the bouncing ball, if you will jumped off of Patrion, jumped into a service called pod scribe, which I want to tell you about later, we have, well, I have unleashed and decided to unleash the full capability of PBN onto a website.
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Now, you know, so the, the, the old website was essentially the tip of an iceberg. Think of it that way. Oh, we got a new show. We got a new post. We gotta, here’s the, you know, here’s a list of the shows. We got some support or information, Oh, we can fill out a contact form. And that kind of stuff. That was a safe website for me to get my head wrapped around what we have here at the prepper broadcasting network, because what we have here at the prepper broadcasting network is well, to be quite clear, it’s, it’s massive.
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Okay. It’s absolutely a massive collection of data, information, podcasts, articles from some of the greats and this new website, this new layout, which is more of a news related layout. You know, I took a, I took a basic news template, modified things and, and really kind of fixed it to be exactly what we needed to be, which is, which is a showcase of the prepper broadcasting network of the shows of the hosts and all that stuff.
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So check it out. It’s pretty easy to understand, right? We’ve got a scroll, a scrolling bar up top, all the latest podcasts. We’ve got a section for members only content. We’ve got a section. One of the most unique and interesting sections is right now called foraging. And what foraging is, is the top five or six, most recent articles podcasts on foraging. Now that section is going to change on a regular basis.
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So it’s forging today. Next week. It might be food storage next week. It might be security. I don’t know. I have no idea. We have a collection of about a hundred to 150 categories with content under every one of them. So that is a category based news lineup. Okay. So again, my goal with this new website, the old website was safe. This website is purposefully built to really unleash on the audience.
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You know, I just really want to one leash on the audience because it’s a big deal. You know, it’s a very big deal. Volcana recommends backups of my website. You know, that’s a very, it’s a very important thing to consider these days, particularly because all my backups exist. Well, no, I have backups for in WordPress, but you’re right. I should have, I should have a large scale backup offline. We have since increased security at the website.
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Also, you know, we are not necessarily one of these people that are going to well, whatever. I don’t want to go down that path. We’ve got a lot to cover just to understand we’ve got a new website. It’s, it’s a whole new world over there. Some things are probably gonna change down below sort of main event of the website, the news news, quote, unquote news cycle or whatever, but it’s going to be a biggie. It’s going to be a biggie. And, and now that we are posting shows and posing transcribed podcasts on a daily basis, you’re going to see all this stuff front and center.
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Okay. All this news is going to be front and center and it’s going to be big. You know, that’s all I can tell you. Hang on just one second. Give me about two seconds.
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The family must be approaching. The dogs are anxious. They want to head outside, see what the hay is going on. So let’s get into sort of America. Let’s get into the state of America. Since we jumped right into a talk about the PBN website, chat room, looking good. Tony, how are you Pappy? Volcana Melinda Lee in the room and Jen is here. So I want to talk about the second amendment right off the bat because today’s July 1st.
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You know what that means? Today is July 1st. And it’s a somber day here in Virginia due to sorry for the pause. I had to just kind of put this together in my head due to the fact that Virginians had fallen under the spell of Democrats and Republicans are exactly the same. My state has been taken over. My state has been taken over and Mark my words, it’s a temporary takeover.
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Okay. This state is going to have a, a red wave. If you will, in the fall, I thought we would have a red wave just based on firearms, but the people that I’m talking to who really are honest, you know, there’s a whole game being played in the world right now. And in the nation, there’s a game being played and the game is called ransom and your thoughts and your feelings, and even your business is being held ransom.
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And you’re having to pay ransom in fake feelings and fake hashtags and fake, you know, all this and donations to black lives matter. You’re being, you’re being taken. And there are a lot of people being taken out there and they’re doing it to survive. And it’s just heartbreaking to watch. But to the people that I’ve talked to, particularly women who are honest about what’s going on around the nation, they’re ready for this stand.
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You know, I think the state of the American male is such that the women are terrified in large part. You know what I mean? In other words, the men are so weak nowadays. I think that the women are looking at this chaos and saying, I’m on my own. I’m out here on my own. Cause this dude, I know he can’t help me. He doesn’t know how to put his shoes on, let alone how to shoot a gun or how to, you know what I mean?
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The safe, the sort of safe canned man that was made by the feminists has kind of backfired right on the women, I think a little bit. So I think we’re going to see, not just in this, in this state, but in many other States, women in large numbers voting for red so that they can get the cops back to be quite honest and also so that they don’t lose their right to carry a firearm. You know, I mean, you have a wife, you have a daughter, you want them to have a firearm right now.
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I have seen plenty of videos of large groups of, I guess, I, I guess I have to call the minorities, beating up young white girls, you know, or old white women just telling you what, what the video is. I didn’t make the video. I didn’t direct it. I had nothing to do with the production. I’m just telling you about the videos that I have seen in real time. Okay. And yet I’d be terrified if the people in my life didn’t have firearms.
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So in, in, in that context, Virginia took a hit, you know, Northam is an insane person. He’s, he’s totally out of his mind. You know, he bent to the, to the, to the terrorists he gave into the controllers today and took down Andrew Jackson. And you know, it is, it is what it is years ago. I said, ballot initiatives, we need more ballot initiatives.
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You know, everybody’s been saying, it’s been a long time coming with these monuments. Has it? Okay. Put it on the ballot. It’s very simple. Just put it on the ballot. You could do a Richmond vote, right? It doesn’t even have to be the whole state. You want to do the whole state dude, I don’t care. Let the people, the people say, Hey, we want them down. They come down and is what it is. It’s that simple. When you have war zone in the streets, night after night, and you bend not to the police, but to the will of the people who are getting shot, tear gas and rubber bullets all night and thrown in jail.
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I don’t know. I don’t like the looks of it. That’s what I can tell you. So, because we have an insane man behind the wheel and the people of Virginia have been long confused, I guess I’ve only been here a decade, you know? So it’s hard for me to speak to Virginia history politically. But what I can tell you is this, The rally day helped tremendously.
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Okay. I, I believe that the rally day helped tremendously. I thank everyone who came out that day. It was a big deal. Okay. And, and even though tons, well, not tons, but a bunch of tough legislation has been passed against the second amendment unconstitutional by any. It is what it is. You know, it could have been much worse, huge crowds of gun owners of the second amendment sanctuary meetings across the state at the budget hearings just before the general assembly.
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And at VCD L’s lobby day had a profound effect. That’s from the that’s from the VC DL itself. Okay. They’ve made it very clear that what we did changed things. Okay. What you did change things. If you traveled all that way to Virginia to stand for your second amendment rights, I praise you because right now folks, I mean, if we’re honest, the only thing that’s standing between you and violence is your second amendment, right?
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It’s it. The only thing that’s standing between you and violence is the second amendment. And that’s why, what I’m going to tell you about what passed in Virginia today, I think are the most dangerous laws in the country, which is funny because they are made out to be there. They, they are made out to be the savior against what is falsely accused as being the most dangerous threat in America. And that is the red flag law. And that is the ESR, Oh, here in Virginia, the emergency substantial risk order.
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I was thinking about this the other day, folks, you know, what’s the most dangerous law on the books. Just think about it. What is the most dangerous? What is more dangerous, a law than that, where someone gets to decide that you are a substantial risk and we have to take your firearms. Because what I can tell you right now is that without firearms, we don’t have a nation for you folks out there who believe that the most high God almighty will protect us through all things I can tell you, God has never been more powerful than since the second amendment has been allowed.
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You know, there’s just never been a moment like that. All across the world, firearms make God stronger. It sounds crazy. But think about it. How do we rescue the oppressed Christians of all across the world? You know, do we show up with the, what do we show up with? You know, how it works, the people in the streets, the worst kind, they are watering at the mouth to see this happen.
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And you know, other thing about this emergency substantial risk order law here in Virginia is it puts us all in a very precarious position to oppose what is happening in the streets right now, all of a sudden, it’s very hard to go out there with a firearm and a sign in a certain t-shirt and a certain hat. What happens if you decide to stand against these mobs in a peaceful protest of your own, and you find yourself in a bad situation, okay, let’s play some jazz while I say good night.
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Oh, right. Sorry about that. I warned you. I warned you so back to this idea of, you know, kind of the easiest way to kind of the easiest way to decide that, you know, you’re, you’re going to lose your firearms. If you stand against the new wave that is happening in the streets of America, it’s a nerve wracking thing, right?
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It’s a nerve wracking thing. Yeah. So we’ve got Tony of the North in the chat room, also talking about the EOC being down. I’ll have to find out what happened. It don’t look good. It don’t look good. Hmm. So, well, you just don’t know anymore.
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You know, that’s a problem. We just don’t know anymore. These things happen and you have no idea. You know, there has been, there was, there was a, just a wash out of, of Boogaloo content and users over at Facebook, you know, Facebook, it’s purging, it’s purging, man, you know, and the social media thing is worth talking about, because I, I thought of a very apt way to, to talk about social media and conservatives.
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I joined parlor. I got a bunch of people over there. I’m going to hang over there and see what’s what, you know, but, but in the midst of all this of the YouTube shutdowns of Facebook, shutdowns, the Twitter shutdowns and all that stuff, you know, it, it brings something to bear. And it’s actually kind of a funny situation. If you really think about it, you know what I mean? It’s the way it worked that with social media is the conservatives were invited.
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It’s like when someone gets invited to a party just to get beat up, you understand. So in other words, liberals and conservatives hopped on Facebook and they thought to themselves, wow, look at this kind of cool. We all get to play together. You know? And, and it’s like a big house party, right? And, and Mark, Mark invited the liberals in, they say, come on in. And then when, before the conservatives got there, he whispered in their here.
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He said, look, the conservatives are going to come to the party too, but we’re going to beat them up. When they get here, let them get in, let them get a beer to win them, let them get established. And then we’re going to beat them up and kick them out. And that’s essentially, that’s essentially what’s happened. That’s essentially what’s happened. I don’t know, to me, it looks like a they’ll all be kicked off. We’ll all be kicked off sooner rather than later.
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But it’s the state of affairs folks, normal Americans who want to live their lives the way they want to live their lives are undoubtedly the enemy, right? You don’t want to patronize this black lives matter. Communist takeover. Well, you’re part of the problem. If you decide that you’d rather not wear a mask, when you go out while you’re part of the problem right now, you know, do we have to go into a C, C?
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You guys probably already know this cause you’re water filter people. You guys probably know this already because most of you have purchased or have researched how good water filters work. Right? You understand the basics of microns. You understand the size of a micron. So to make it simple, you know that you can’t filter water with your mask and make it safe, right? There’s no way that you could filter Creek water with your, with your mask that you wear every day and make it safe.
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And the reason you can’t do that, why is because disease causing, causing pathogens are too small. They slip right through the mask, right? That’s why you want that. You want to check the 0.0, zero, you know, on the micron for your, for your filter. You want to be able to say, okay, what’s going on? Is this filter going to filter out viruses? Is this filter going to filter that filter out cryptosporidium?
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Well, the same logic works with the virus works with COVID-19. The virus is smaller than the pores in the mask. That’s just the reality. That’s just the reality. Are you feeling lucky asks if a chin, the wizard has gotten back to you on the EOC, let’s see. As a matter of fact, yeah. Isn’t no. At eight 38, I shot him a message.
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Something happened, something happened, I think to discord in general, if anybody listening can do some due diligence on discord itself, someone in chat, maybe lucky or Volcana. I know you guys are pretty quick with the, with the research. If anybody can find out, cause several channels and things went away on my discord all at the same time, it could be, it could be that your Intrepid commander deleted it somehow by accident.
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That could very well be, but I don’t think so. I think something is probably up. So let’s talk a little bit more about, about two way in the state of the nation. Cause we can look at Virginia and what is passed as, you know, either something you’re already dealing with or something that is going to be coming down the pike really soon, because I don’t think anyone’s going to be immune to all this. Right. What the VC DL did here. That was really cool.
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I’m going to share, well, I don’t know if I can share it because it’s a MailChimp email, but I’ll share it. Let’s see here. Oh no, that didn’t work at all. But what they did is they took the original bills. And in, in red they wrote about what the bill originally said in blue. They wrote about the changes, right? I don’t know if that’s going to open for you or not, but just take a look at it in chat. If you are so inclined, it kind of speaks to what was done with all the pressure we put on the Democrat government.
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We also pass the law, which is going to be a popular law all around the nation, for sure. And that is the local government gun control law. Which again, I don’t understand how that can be constitutional, but it just, they want to control, carry possession, transport in government buildings, parks, recreation, community centers, and in permitted events, including adjacent streets, right? All areas with such restrictions must have signs posted at each entrance, exit point of egress or point of ingress.
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So that’s just the deal. Universal background checks, firearms possession on school property. You know, and this is an interesting law because both child daycare centers, public private or religious preschools are treated the same as K through 12 schools when it comes to firearms and other weapons on their property, except the restrictions only apply during child daycare center or private or religious preschool hours of operation, the restrictions applied 24 hours a day for public preschools.
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There was also an exception to firearms, kept in a residence on the child daycare center or private or religious preschool grounds, as long as the firearms stay in the residence. So, you know, this is, this is Democrat one Oh one, as far as I’m concerned, you know, where are we most concerned? Where are most vulnerable K through 12. So we’re going to take make sure that nobody can defend themselves K through 12 anywhere.
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Well pre-K even, even church. You know, churches are going to have a tough time getting around this law in Virginia. They’re going to have a tough time getting around this law because of the fact that they have preschools inside. Right? So now you can protect yourself or your children, church preschool, kindergarten, K through 12, whatever. I don’t know what this means for people on site with firearms, like police there to actually protect people. I don’t know what this means for teachers who want to carry.
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But to me it sounds like, no, it sounds like no. So it sounds like a big fat law that lets any active shooter know, Hey, there won’t be any guns in the schools. So because there never has been, never will be an active shooter who says, you know, I’m totally out of my mind. My serotonin reuptake inhibitors have run out. I’ve lost my mind. Life’s toss me a few curve balls.
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So I think I’m going to go shoot a school up. And when they arrive, they remember the law that says, Oh, guns restricted in schools, crap and daycares. I can’t do this today. I just, I can’t do this today. This is against the law, nothing on down detector. Thank you all. Can I appreciate that? We’ll see what’s happening. You know, it’s very rare to the two very interesting things are happening right now.
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Number one, CIN is almost universally available from my experience with them. And number two, the EOC is down. So that’s two weird coincidence is that I don’t, I don’t like at all, just floating around in the background. I don’t know. I don’t want to go through every one of these. You just have to understand that this is the future gun control gun control. Particularly if you decide to particularly, if you decide to vote Democrats in, they come right after your guns and why wouldn’t they SB 64 paramilitary activities.
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Summary of the law as passed. This was one of the big ones, a subject commits a class five felony. If he brandishes a firearm or object of similar appearance while assembled with one or more persons or the purpose of, for the purpose of, and with the intent intimidate any person or group of persons notes to be convicted under the statue, the subject needs to have brandished a firearm, a firearm looked like while assembled with one or more other persons, one or more.
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What does that even mean? One or more? So that means you can just be you, right? So if you pull your firearm in order to intimidate someone who’s trying to, okay, the good news is the bill. Even as insane as it is, has changed because the original bill required that an assembled group of people drilling parading or marching with firearms be doing so the intent of intimidating someone, just seeing someone with a gun intimidates, some people is what the VVC DL says, a voluntary do not sell firearms list, another nightmare reporting of loss firearms.
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Yeah. So it’s just, it’s a bunch, it’s a bunch. The restoration of firearm rights for those with mental health issues, is it, is it one glimmer of hope, right? Bump stocks have been banned and you know, there’s, there’s a ton. There’s one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11. There’s at least 30 bills that failed. You know, there’s at least 30 gun control bills that failed.
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So the Democrats levied about 40 to 50 gun control bills, outstanding. But of those that failed, you know, I, like I said, thank you for the support. Thank you for the support let’s get into. COVID locked down. Number two has begun. COVID locked down. Number two is begun. It’s already taking place in California. They’ve locked down the bars in the restaurants. They’re going to absolutely destroy the bars and restaurants and comedy clubs in California.
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No surprise there. But unfortunately if you California is the Canary in the coal mine for Democrat leadership, you know? So, so of course I’m worried because here I am. You know what I mean? Here I am. And I’ve got a lunatic just like Noosa. And I have to imagine, you know, one of the things that we can’t get through anyone’s head here in Virginia is the fact that the kids have to go back to school.
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Eventually there is no way these kids are going to have any kind of any kind of a school year if they’re left to the devil. And this is horrible to say, but it just is what it is. If they’re left to the devices of the parents in the daycare centers, there’s no way that they’re going to have any kind of school year. There will be a, a, just a tiny minority of people who know who we are and the nation, the whole nation is on fire about equality and equal opportunity.
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And we’re arguing over whether or not we should open the schools up. You want to talk about laying a base of education. You want to talk about people starting on equal and common ground. We’ve got to get them into primary school at least first. So I’m, I’m, I’m at the point where I look at COVID lockdown. Number two, as a weapon, I really do. I look at it as a weapon, as a political weapon, as a weapon of the revolution, because that’s what it looks like to me.
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It looks like it will be used. And in the nation in many places will be shut again, shuttered, shuttered. And I don’t want to go down, but it is what it is. It’s all part and parcel of a larger scale, a larger scheme, you know, because there are people who, well, there are people in high places who are devout Marxists and are completely fine with saying it.
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And they will say it. Two of those people are the leaders of black lives matter. You know, just saying, look into it. If you don’t believe me, maybe they’re not the leaders, but they are leadership. I know that much for sure. So we’re in the midst of that and this well-funded BLM group, they’re going to use their money to do to better their cause. They’re going to beat her up with all that money. And I really do think that COVID lockdown.
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Number two is going to be a political tool, a political weapon. It’s going to be used strategically. It’s going to be used by the Democrats mostly. And it’s going to be, you know, the, the repercussions will likely be blamed on Donald Trump. If I had to guess rats, rats, okay, what else do we want to talk about?
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We did school. We did Marxist rev. You guys got the story on chopping Chaz at the introduction to the show, right? Does everybody know that it’s been disband? And it was, it was a beautiful thing. Did everybody see them running over the tents and throwing him into the trash trucks to be compacted? I mean the fall of that great communist regime was a beautiful thing. It really was to see the police backed by the national guard, but it makes you wonder, you know, what was the point?
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What was the point? There was some people who had to give their lives for that situation. You know what, there, there were people who died. Lady Liberty told me a 14 year old died there yesterday. So I don’t know if that was the catalyst. All that I can tell you is that the, the Seattle police came armored up ready for war. They rolled into that compound. They had national guard in the flank and they took their precinct back.
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They took their precinct back. They rolled trash trucks in. You can watch a, our Facebook page. It was in the EOC. That’s where I took it from, but I also posted it up on our Facebook page. I also posted it up on the part on our prepper broadcasting network parlor. So you could see it there too, if you want, but it was nice. It was a nice little 4th of July treat to see them dispersed. They were dispersed like, like the chicken mites.
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I was fighting a couple of days ago. And it was a beautiful sight. Jen says about time. Yes, you couldn’t be more, right. That’s the 4th of July gift that keeps on giving. So presidential election is another big topic on the state of the union lists here, look at the rate that things are going.
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I really do think that the Republicans will win out. And I think that they will win out because of the fact that people are scared because of the fact that people want their guns when they’re scared. And because of the fact that, you know, there is no candidate on the left, he’s basically the invisible man. He’s basically Vincent Price. You know, I, I’m still, it’s really hard for me to believe that he’s not a F just, I, you know, a lot of people are saying Joe Biden is, is just in there to get someone more radical.
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And as the vice president then, and then he’s going to be gone. I don’t think it’s that simple. I think the Democrats strategies much deeper than that. I really do. I just can’t even in less, you know, there is one element to this thing in America that, that we could, we need to speak to. And that’s the, as crazy as this sounds, it’s the element of the underdog, right?
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Barack Obama won for a number of reasons. The black vote helped, but also the underdog sentiment, right? This hip mixed dude, struggling battling, he’s got new ideas, big ideas for change, and he’s fighting a gigantic Clinton war machine, right? That’s his game. I got to go up against his Clinton machine. You know, I think America saw him as an underdog and, and they went for it, you know, and it was kind of the same thing, you know, and then of course he had to face off against like another invisible man.
1 (44m 59s):
But anyway, you saw kind of the same sentiment with Trump and Hillary, you know, it was this idea that, Hmm, does this guy stand a chance? How could he stand a chance? You know, what is he really capable of doing against Hillary? You know, who’s whose lifetime politician type of thing. So there’s something to that underdog mentality. And here we have Joe Biden who is basically the ultimate underdog, right?
1 (45m 29s):
I mean, he’s, he, he’s not even an underdog because he’s not even like a living dog. He’s like, he’s already been put down. He’s like a dog with dementia, but in this crazy world that we live in that, that just feasts on the victim mentality. I almost get a little nervous that Donald Trump comes out, guns blazing, and America looks at the old demented man and says, Aw, look at the poor guy he’s getting picked on by the, by the mean new Yorker, you know?
1 (46m 7s):
And, and I mean, it’s have you been around for the year? You know, have you been around to see what has happened this year? Would you be that surprised, volcanic says that you found an old post that indicates that every now and then discord, prunes, private servers, maybe that is what happened. Let’s see what CIN says. Okay. This is what I’m going to tell you guys right now. If the discords, if this court pruned our EOC, I’m never going back there.
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Okay. This, you don’t understand the anger that I have towards these techno monarchs, which is what they are. They are the Kings and Queens of our time. That’s what these people are. I mean, they are the two to two first and foremost, they came to power under the trickiest thing of all right. They came under power by stealing your information with a contract that no human in there.
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I mean, what’s the percentage of people that read the Facebook contract when they signed up. And if you read it, the percentage of people who understood what it meant and who understood the value of your personal data at the time, it was one of the greatest scams in American history pulled off by Facebook, pulled off by Google, right? Oh, we’ll give you a free stuff, free email, you free. And to, and all you gotta do is just give us data.
1 (47m 53s):
That’s all, it’s just data. It’s no big deal. They linked us all in. Like they, you know, right. They rooted everyone in. And then, you know what they started doing, they started bullying you like the mafia. Well, not necessarily like the mafia, but like the technocratic Kings, the techno monarchy of our time. That’s it. That’s it you’ll use what we, unfortunately, guys, this is what I’m starting to understand.
1 (48m 30s):
There’s a price with free, right? My dad told me, this is my whole life. Nothing’s free gym. Nothing is free. He used to tell me that all the time. And he, and, and, and now you’re starting to understand it. You know, it’s getting to the point where as we gain more members, one of the things that, one of the goals that we’re going to have is to get off of YouTube a hundred percent and get to Vimeo and pay Vimeo so that we can make video.
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Why? Because once you start paying someone, you, you, you, you enter into a business relationship, right? And it’s important these days. I think we are quickly moving into a time where all of this free stuff is going to come to an end. Not because people are going to charge, but because the people who use the services are going to feel better about a paid service, right. It’s sort of like the example of membership, which we might as well talk about now, because it’s on the list.
1 (49m 36s):
Patrons free, what? Yeah. It’s free sign up, tell people all about you. Right. And all they do is take a little percentage. That’s all take a percentage of your money. Everybody’s taken a percentage of your money anymore anyway. So who cares if they’re taking a little more, but it’s free. You sign up free, take a percentage. You know, what you don’t know is they’re going to do whatever they want to do. They’re going to do whatever they want to do, support whatever they support, want to support.
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Oh, by the way, they’re going to own your content. They’re going to have the ability to dissolve your content. And they’re also going to have the ability to kick you off and just separate you from all your income, just like with the snap of a finger, but it’s free gym. You know, we started, I purchased a plugin for WordPress called member, press and member press has given me the ability to do basically everything well, everything outside of an app, really everything outside of an app that Patrion does.
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And we’re going to do way more, you know, we’ll do way more and we’ve modified the website, you know, all, all on the back of leaving Patrion. Now you have to understand what the prep, what that means to prep a broadcasting network. Okay. Patrion was a great success for me. We didn’t have a hundred or hundreds of patrons patrons, right. But we had enough people on there giving enough money that we were, we were able to pay the monthly bills easily through membership, through monthly membership, even giving Patriot on their cut, you know, and that was a big deal to me.
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That was a very big deal to me. That’s gone now. So we’re back to starting and building that cash again. You know, now with, with a year membership, it makes it a lot easier. You know, we’re charging a little more money for membership, as opposed to the $2 entry fee of Patriot. If you buy a year membership, you’re only paying five a month and you know, it’s, it’s going to be well worth it. You know, over the last two days, I think I published five pieces of five pieces of membership content.
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In two days, I haven’t even made a video yet for the members on that, on our website. You know? So once we get back into this, into the role of things and with this new layout on the site, it’s, I think it’s going to drive people to the site. Anyhow, you know, for a long time, like I said, the website was kind of bluff. You know, it was, it was more of a sales page for our mission. You know, it was like, you can come here, you can listen to these podcasts.
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They’re safe, don’t worry. All right, don’t you worry, everything’s fine. We’re not crazy preppers that are going to, you know, buy flame throwers and burn. The, I don’t know, membership is a great deal. Membership is a great deal for you. And it’s a great deal for us. Okay. For the six month and one year members, you’re going to get a, collect, a growing archive of membership, only posts, a growing archive of membership, only videos.
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Okay. We’re also going to migrate all of our old Patrion videos over to the website, probably do a couple of week, and that’s going to give you access to everything we ever did at Patrion. And we did a year at Patrion with probably two videos, probably about two videos per week, roughly, you know, at Patriot. So it’s a lot, it’s a lot of content okay. On time. But the content you’re also going to get searchable, transcribed prodcut podcasts.
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Okay. We’ll talk about that in a second. But the podcasts are searchable, transcribed, a very cool little tool. I’m, I’m still playing with the tool as, as they come through via email. So that puts us in a unique position, right? You’re also going to get a collection of discount codes and promo codes. I’m working that up right now. I’m trying to figure out where on the website. I want to put that so you can go get it nice and easily. It may have to become a members only post, or maybe even a member’s only page.
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It’ll probably be a members only page that I’ll email to the members, but we’ve got, you know, we’ve got a lot of codes we’re going to build on it. We’re going to keep building on it. Just yesterday. I got a code for three V gear and their new line that’s coming out. I got our old bulk munitions, ammo, promo code put back into play. There’s a lot, there’s a lot of good stuff. And that’s going to be for members. Also, you will also become not just a member of prepper broadcasting network, but you will also become a member of the continuity.
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And the continuity is in as few words as possible. Cause there’s other important things I want to talk about. Basically our little fictitious secret society that we’re going to, that’s going to meet on a regular basis on a monthly basis. And that is going to do some very interesting work together amongst the secret handshakes in the, you know, the burning of effigies and that type of thing and the Oh, and the great rank names too, by the way, you’re going to love these names.
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So one of the orders of business for the host is to decide what you want to be called as a member of the continuity and Michael client decided that his name, my Michael Klein of reality check, you decided that he’ll be referred to as the arc Sentinel Dave Jones, the NBC guy has, has dubbed himself the dragon Lord. So we gonna have a lot of fun with our little secret society and I’d love for you to join it.
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Okay. So in order to take advantage of all that, all you gotta do is go to the new website, look up in the, in the navbar. And the first thing in the nav bar is about membership. Alright, you go sign up now, do it, make me smile. Give me that 4th of July a gift. And I really appreciate it. And you’ll keep the prepper broadcasting network going. And you will also keep free speech on this network alive because we won’t have to bow to anyone.
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And that’s what I’m about right now, more than anything. So let me tell you about pod scribe real quick. Okay. They’re the guys doing our transcriptions. So what pod scribe does is this is a promo too, by the way, because they’re helping us out with price. So I told them I’d promo, we’re doing barter. You know, I’m, I’m, I’m a business guy, but I’m also a prepper. So I always throw the barter option at people, you know, that pricing bed, but I got ad space.
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So again, if you do a podcast or if you know a guy who does a podcast and you you’re saying to yourself, you know, we could really use transcription. We could really use our podcasts transcribed and thrown into a book or thrown in we’re made into blog posts or something along those lines. That’s exactly what pod scrap can do for you. Now for our members, pod scribe does something that just blows me away every day, a podcast that Knights the previous night’s podcasts will be posted on the website.
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Now you, you, even if you’re not a member, you’ll get that post. You’ll be able to go listen to it through the regular player, with the transcripted data. If you are a member, you will get an interface. That’s a little different, and you’ll be able to search that podcast for any word or phrase you want. So you, you could say James was talking about the second amendment last night, and I really want to hear what he was saying about the laws passed. You could go in there and you could search second amendment and it’ll take you right to all the times that I said second amendment.
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And when it takes you there in the transcription, you press play. The podcast starts right there. It’s awesome. Pod scribed.com. Check them out. If you, if you were anyone, you know, can benefit from transcription and almost every podcast or Ken go to pod, scribe.com, tell them that James, the Intrepid commander sent you. So they know that they made the right choice with us. So yeah. Membership, go ahead, sign up, sign up, shoots and fireworks off, drink some bourbon this weekend.
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And yeah, that is what it is that nub says. I self identify as general. Well, general is not bad, but you need a little more wacky of a name. I think the way that names will work for the continuity. So if you’re a really a geek like me and you’re, and you’re out there and you’re saying, I want a name, I want to be the Royal, just a car of the continuity.
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I think what we’re going to do with rank in the secret society is we’re going to probably base it on the number of meetings that you attend. Right? So everyone will start as an apprentice with the continuity, right? And you come to a few meetings when movie up to a rogue, right? And so on and so forth until you reach a point in your continuity membership and rank where you get to choose your own name and that’s it, that’s when you get to become the high Templar of the continuity.
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Look, the, the, the, the point of the continuity is to have a lot of fun. And it’s also to fix a couple of things that are, and to, to brainstorm as preppers should in the 21st century. But it’s going to be a lot of fun. So come join. So we talked about two way, VA COVID locked down. Number two, the Marxist revolution, the presidential election, the collapse of chop Chaz and the rest of the communist hopes and dreams and their beautiful gardens.
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We talked about the kids getting back to school, you know, and, and now what I wanted to touch on in the state of the union is a what to fight for. You know, I told you it’s all about support in 2020. Well, it’s all about support going forward. If we want the nation to live, if we want the nation to survive the tech dove monarchs, if we want the nation to survive the Marxists, if we want the nation to survive the Democrats, then it all goes back to support and is like, I told you before you can support everything.
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Okay. So what do we fight for now? Well, we have an unarmed Camair Rouge in the streets period. That’s what we have today. They were blocking the roads. A guy drove through the crowd because they began to attack his car. Right? We’ve seen this in videos. This is how these things work. The group shows up with their skateboards and their bricks, and they attack your car because you have to get somewhere.
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And they don’t like the fact that you are going to mess up their little protests. So they start to try to hit your windshield and break your, you know, the whole thing. And then of course, people have to drive into these people because they have to, their survival instinct is alive and well. And they say, okay, well, I’m not going to sit here and let them destroy my car. And they won’t get out of the way. So I have to drive through them. The news takes those video clips and tries to sell a bunch of bullshit about people are running protesters over well.
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Something very interesting happened as they were climbing and clawing the car. The man drove off, drove through the crowd as he had to, or else his vehicle would be destroyed. And he’d probably be pulled out and beaten up. One of the protesters, pulled out a gun and shot him. It gets real, all of a sudden, right? One of these protestors pulled out a gun and shot him.
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He’s stable. I think I want to say this was in Oregon. I’m not a hundred percent sure I read the article earlier today. No, no, no. It wasn’t an article. It was a story on Tim Kennedy’s Instagram actually. And he was talking about being prepared in the street, knowing where the protests are. But yeah, that’s how that’s how quickly these guys go from whatever they are. Protestors rioters. The, I mean, it’s, it’s, it’s very malleable given depending on the situation, right?
1 (1h 3m 5s):
Broad daylight, kids and families around peaceful protest signs. Sun goes down, crowd gets a little more wonky, right? People start to get wild. You add to that, the public, who’s not too happy. And all of a sudden things get crazy. But the takeaway is if they have the power, they’ll use the power. You know, there were some people that I know personally, who were, who were, who were pretty jazzed about the idea of Antifa coming to the suburbs.
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Do you know what I mean? Do you get what I’m getting at? In other words, Antifa made this. I don’t even know if the statement was true or not, but they made this statement that, Oh, we’re going to go to the suburbs. And we’re going to terrorize the suburbs instead of the inner cities, right? This was back when the rides first kicked off and they expected people to be terrified and listen, many people were terrified really, but there were a lot of people that I know who are, we’re getting kind of giddy about it.
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We’re getting kind of excited about it, about the prospect of Antifa standing on their front lawn, like a steel targets that arrange, you know what I mean? But that all changes. If they’re standing on your front lawn with a case or AR fifteens too, right? That is the only thing right now that is different. They’re very clear about what they want. They’re very clear about what they want to do. The only hangup for them is firearms, which is why I think that that, that red flag law is a nightmare because it can take vigilantism which in normal circumstances I wouldn’t be for.
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But again, what does it take to be a vigilante today? Right? It takes peaceful protest with firearms. It takes, it takes fighting for law and order and turns it into a disarm for the average person. We don’t want to see war in the streets. We don’t want to see fighting gunfights in the streets between citizens, but we want safety insecurity. And if we can’t get it from our lunatic, mayors, and governors, then we’re going to be safe.
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You know? And I worry about you banding together with your brothers and sisters in the neighborhood and saying, look, we gotta be, we gotta do some Overwatch. We gotta have some security here. Things are getting crazy. You know, Donald Trump won the election again. We think so having this nation with Donald Trump wins again, keep buying AMA. That’s all I can tell you, but what the fight for, for the duration of the year, I put the second amendment. And at the highest, if you know of a legitimate organization that needs the money, donate the money.
1 (1h 6m 10s):
If you know an organization that needs the volunteers be a volunteer. If you have an opportunity to show up and yell and shout and scream at city hall or whatever it is, you got to do show up, prioritize it without the second amendment, we lose everything. Everything, because they’ll get guns. That’s what bad guys do, but you won’t have any. And once they have guns and you don’t, then it’s Cambodia, then it’s Germany. Then it’s Russia.
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Then it’s China. That’s it. You become a victim. You become the 20th century all over again. That’s all you become the 20th century all over again. It cannot be allowed to happen. The saving grace in all of this right now, or the firearms because people can’t run rough shot over the public and believe you me, if they could, they would, if they could, they would.
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The other thing to fight for schooling. You know, if you’re going to fight for something, you need to fight to get the kids back in school, it’s critical. I mean, these are things that can affect children for the rest of their lives. I’m lucky. You know, my son is a people person. He doesn’t have any issues. You know, he’ll go to school. He’s smart. Once they start up again, even if it’s a year from now, he’ll go back. He’ll make friends. It’d be fun, but you know, there’s not, every kid is not like that.
1 (1h 7m 47s):
You know, some kids are going to struggle in a very big way to get back into this routine of going and being around kids and teachers all day. And whether it’s the PTA, whether it’s city council, whatever it is, you need to be able to go and support. You need to voice your support for putting the kids back in school when they should be back in school, you have to understand the importance of that. Again, you can only support so much, right?
1 (1h 8m 18s):
There’s only so many things you can truly support whether you have skin in the game or not. I think as an American, you should support schooling and getting people back into school because there’s a level of detriment that can happen to a child where I don’t know I did it. It’s never happened to me. You know, I, wasn’t in a position where I missed half of a school year and then maybe half of another, like I said, at the head of the show, there’ll be people who can do a good job at teaching their own kids.
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There’ll be some teachers who can captivate a class virtually, but for the most part, it’s going to be a failure. You know, if we do this thing for another three months or whatever it is, it’s going to be a failure. So again, second amendment schooling, two things that we should be fighting for for the duration of the year. The other big one is work opening. I mean, the time has come to be open.
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We have to be open. We have to get back to being open. And unfortunately, I don’t think there’s another option. I mean, if you think that the government can send you $2,000 checks and $600 checks every week until the end of 2020, or until they find a vaccine, that’s assuming the vaccine will even work. It’s not sustainable. It’s not going to work. You have people have to mask up glove up and get back to work.
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That’s all there is to it. It’s the same with schools. You know that it just has to happen. The consequences. I mean, we can, we can do it the other way. And the consequences nobody’s making any money and people are going to be in the streets. People are going to be living in the streets and people are going to be fighting and killing in the streets because what do you expect people to do? Oh, that nub, that nub. Are you with us?
1 (1h 10m 24s):
Still? He asked the question about is harvest, right? Going to give us a discount code. I, I messaged them last Thursday for you. I haven’t heard back from him yet, but I’ll send them another one, a followup. I don’t see why they wouldn’t, you know, we kind of have a history together, so they should, they should definitely send us a little discount code. And then that nub from, from this great question about a discount code for harvest, right? He goes on to quote dr. Dre from a song that he did with M and M.
1 (1h 10m 58s):
That’s why we love you, man. So where are you going to put your support? Second amendment kids back to school, people back to work, right? If we can get people back to work kids back to school and keep the safety and security of a firearm, we can weather a lot. We’re going to need to weather a lot. Don’t you understand? We’re going to need to weather a lot. I want to see you guys at prepper camp this year.
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Okay? Prepper camp is the last weekend in September starts Friday and Sunday. I’ll be talking all three days. Listen, it’s a, it’s a great time. You know, it’s a great time. It’s a great time to try out new gear. It’s a great time to camp out. It’s a great time to bring the family and have fun. The camps grounds are immaculate, beautiful boats, floating around the pond. You can go fish whenever you want. You can swim in the Lake if you want.
1 (1h 11m 60s):
And it’s a party. You know, if you know people and those people come prepared, it can be a good time. We’ll be there in mass. Jordan, Dave, myself, maybe more of us. Well, chin will be there, right? There’ll be, there’ll be a bunch of people there. So plan on having a good time plan on having a good time and learning a lot at prepper camp. I will be talking about support at prepper camp in detail and what it has yielded and what it can yield.
1 (1h 12m 36s):
But I want to see you there for sure. Also sign up for the newsletter if you have. Mmm. Actually don’t sign up for the newsletter yet because I don’t have a place for you to sign up yet at the new site, but we’ll get there. Look for that. And the only other thing I want to push tonight is disaster coffee.com. We are, we were in the tasting and naming phase of a new flavor. Listen, adding a new flavor to disaster.
1 (1h 13m 6s):
Coffee is really easy. The business model is really easy and really fun. And I was drinking a medium roast, Nicaraguan coffee, single origin, just out of Nicaragua, drinking it, letting my kids smell it, talking about it. And I think next week we’ll probably unveil the newest flavor and the name of our new single origin.
1 (1h 13m 37s):
The single origins are expensive. They’re more expensive than the blends, you know, but this one from Nicaragua was just, it’s not even, I mean, it’s one of those it’s, it’s so good. If you do nothing else, just go to disaster, coffee.com and look at the reviews. The reviews that we get are they speak for themselves? Like I don’t think, I don’t think there’s one review on the whole website that is like good coffee, five stars.
1 (1h 14m 8s):
You know what I mean? It’s none of those hack reviews. They’re paragraphs, they’re multiple sentences. You know, I’ve never had coffee like this before. This is way better than the stuff I’ve been drinking. I drink high end coffee, but this is even better. I don’t pay this much for coffee, but I’m going to pay more because it’s worth it. I swear to you just go to disaster, coffee.com and look at it.
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And by sir,
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When I dropped these promo codes to members, there will be a promo code in there for a bunker beans. Also. So outside of our regular coffee, we also sell a product called bunker beans, which is a five pound bag of raw green coffee beans. And the whole purpose behind this. This was, this was created by the recommendation of a friend Wynn Parkinson, who I, I don’t, I don’t think I saw him in chat, but anyway, we were standing around wind’s truck at prepper camp talking about things. And one of the things that came up was he was telling me, you know, if you can get your hands on green coffee beans, you can store them in five gallon buckets, Mylar bags, Oh, two absorbers, all that stuff.
1 (1h 15m 13s):
And you know, storm for 10, 20 years. And I was like, Whoa, really? I had no idea. So fast forward to Christmas time, and I’m, I’m starting this coffee company. And all of a sudden I realized, Oh, I can get the roaster to sell these green coffee beans to preppers. So now we have a product called bunker beans. And that’s exactly what they’re designed for. So you can store green coffee in my law bags for 20 years. And know when you’re ready.
1 (1h 15m 45s):
When you want a real cup of coffee, you just take those beans, put them in your cast, iron skillet, over heat source, shake them about roast those things as dark as you like. You’re going to see the oil start to come out of them again. And you’ve got good, fresh coffee, man. That’s the best I can do for you. That’s the best I could do for you. Hi, Nordic Nordic in chat says he’s been a listener for three years in a F and this is his first time in chat.
1 (1h 16m 15s):
Well welcome aboard, man. Thanks so much for this three years of support. Have you got a chance to check out the new website? Poop? It’s a lot going on over there. Okay. So let’s wrap the show up. Let’s wrap this state of the union up with one final list. Okay. We talked about what to fight for in 2020. Now we’re going to talk about what you need and you may have these things already, but I’m going to tell you what you need to fill to fill out 2020 to assure that 20, 20 doesn’t phase you out.
1 (1h 17m 0s):
I’ll just read the list as I wrote it. There’s no, there’s probably only one priority in it all. And that’s the first one. You need people, you need people. And these can be, these can be family. These can be extended family. These could be neighbors or some collection of all of the above, but you need people. There’s no getting around this. We have reached that moment in America. Okay? If, if you need people to tell you what’s going on in their life, you need people to band together and help you deal with problems that are, that are coming in and around your living area.
1 (1h 17m 39s):
You know, this type of thing. When the riots closing on your community, you need people to stand at the entrance to assure that they don’t come in and burn your house down. It would be quite Frank. You know, you can’t do that alone. You can’t run security detail alone. Now listen, to be clear, I’m a suburban night. I’m not one of these guys. It’s going to tell you, you have to move out to the mountains in order to survive. I don’t believe it. And, and people is the reason I don’t believe it.
1 (1h 18m 13s):
You know, if you’re, if you are a go getter, if you’re an extroverted person, if you’re a builder of communities, naturally sure. You could probably move out to new mountain towns or out to the rural areas and build yourself a nice group of people. But most people who live in big cities and crowded suburbs don’t even have a lot of people, right? So what makes me nervous is you take an extroverted person or you take a mechanically inclined type person that says, you know what?
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The rural living sounds pretty good. Sounds a lot better than this suburban crap. And you tell them, move out into the suburbs. I mean, move out into the rural areas because you’ll be further away from the chaos to me, it, it puts you out on an Island. I mean, to assume that you’re going to go out there away from people and suddenly become a, you know, a people person. I don’t know. I don’t like it. I don’t like the idea of being alone. I’m not a big fan of it, Jen and Chad says, we’ve had a night stock or drive down our road.
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We live on a dead end. Now beefed up our security in the last few days. Yes. I mean, this is the thing, you know, you don’t want to be alone. You can only, you can only watch so much for so long until you have to sleep. You can only fight off so much for so long. You can only withstand so much for so long. I don’t like it. I don’t like it people, however, you can do it. I had a Viking meetup Sunday. I went out and met some people on a Sunday biking group.
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I enjoyed it. You know, 13, 12, 13, preppers. They’re not close enough to be real great allies for me, but I can tell you what, there are people out there. You know what I mean? So, so number one on the list is case of some people you don’t have to get people who are, who are came out of Fort Bragg. Okay? It doesn’t have to be that way. I always see a preface talking about that. These people, they don’t even know how to hold a gun. It doesn’t matter.
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First thing is step one, get people, find the people in your neighborhood, or you can get along with who are able bodied and who can help you. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to make a quick barricade outs front of your community, because the chaos is coming in, it’s not like you’re going to call them up in the middle of the night anytime soon and say, get your plate carrier on. And your AR 15 is we’re going out to fight a war, you know, or maybe know bottom line gets some people I don’t want to sit here and, and hypothetical all night food, you know, growing gardens is I’ve never seen more people growing gardens.
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And I love it. Don’t get me wrong. And I think it’s essential. You know, my garden decent, not, not, not that great this year. Really, to be honest with you, I had the chickens get into my kale. They ate all my damn kale up. It’s it’s been rough. The green beans got destroyed. This is, this is gardening. You know, this is typically gardening. The other thing about gardening that we have to be honest about is it’s a supplemental food for most people, unless you have enough land and you have enough wit right to do it.
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We’ve got a community garden that is just outside. It’s just amazing what our lady Linda has done in the community garden, but I couldn’t feed my family off of it, or I mean, maybe I could feed them off of it. To some degree it would be a supplement, but we would get real tired of it real quick. You know, food is cheap, stock it, store it, stock your pantry up, right? Fill your pantry up to the brim and then get yourself some five gallon buckets and do some real food storage.
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Okay, I’m going to show you guys how I do my food storage. I’ve got an old Patrion video I’m going to find and post it for the members. Why there’s there are ways that you can do for food storage that will keep you from being left with open buckets, full of ingredients that you don’t really want to eat all off, but food is critical. Food is critical. Get the real stuff, you know, get some canned goods, get some dry pasta and then get, get, get some good food.
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You know, I was eating these, you get out, they’re going to think this is so gross. I was eating these macro in olive oil the other day. It was as good as anything I could have had. I’m talking can macro, you know, in a sardine job, smaller than olive oil, it was so good. These are the things right. Canned fruits, you know, all your canned vegetables can beans.
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You also want to have the dry stuff to dry beans. You know, we always, you always want to have the core baking ingredients in mass, too, right? You want to make sure you have access to baking soda, baking powder in my LAR longterm. You want to make sure you have flour and both kinds of sugar, right? With flour and sugar and baking soda, you can do everything. You add eggs to it. You can do even more. You add milk to it. You can do even more.
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You had corn meal, you got all that, right? So food, you know, the other big one is you want to establish intelligence right now, check out Sam Culpeper and the area of study. But right now you want to establish intelligence, right? Community intelligence is big. Who do you talk to? That tells you what’s going on in the community and outside. Those are the people you want to cleave to. The other thing you want to try to do is establish instantaneous information about your city or town.
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Where can I go to get it? I can tell you right now, as much as Twitter is a minefield. If I want to know what’s going on in the streets of Richmond right now, I can go to Twitter and I can find out right this second. I know exactly what accounts to look at. I know exactly what the search and you need to get to that point. Also, you know, so intelligence is a big one. What else? Health and fitness guys, health and fitness.
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COVID-19 to me has been the planetary parent that nobody wanted. Really it’s been the it’s been like the, the, the, the parent that nobody ever wanted. The device virus has taught us some things. And the most important things it’s taught us is that if you’re healthy and you’re fit and you’re, you’re not deficient in vitamins, that’s what you need to be. And if you’re not that I might take you, I might take you.
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So that’s, those two are critical. Unfortunately, health and fitness are completely and totally up to you. This is what I’ve come to. Conclude. Health and fitness are completely and totally up to you. I can do Monday motivation videos, which I will do, and I can show you how to work out. And I could show you what to eat and I can, Oh, you, by the way, I just braise some lamb shanks, which are unbelievable. I recorded the process so you can see it’s very simple. But anyway, health and fitness is the concepts are fun.
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It’s fun to read. It’s fun to watch, but to sit down and really do it is hard. And a lot of people can’t do it. And that’s just the truth, but you need to do it. You need to figure it out and need to figure it out because your physical fitness level is going to dictate a lot in the future. And finally, folks firearms. If you don’t have a gun, yet you have to get one. If you don’t have a gun yet, you must get your hands on a firearm.
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At least one, you must learn how to use that firearm. And you must store it safely and you must carry it with you when you go out. Because right now, we’re at a time where the only stop gap, the only stop gap is, is the firearm for these mobs. And these mobs are far from finished. Believe me, they are far from finished. Something is going to happen.
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Okay? Donald Trump is going to win and all hell is going to break loose in this nation because the media is going to turn it into a rigged election, a Shoemaker, the election, whatever election, right? You never should have one. There’s no way I’m telling you. We have to be prepared for it. You can’t protect anything without a gun. It’s that simple.
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I don’t care what God you believe in. I don’t care who your dad is. I don’t care who your spouses, I don’t care which martial art you train. I don’t care how physically fit you are or aren’t. I don’t care where you live without firearms. You’ve got serious problems without firearms. You can have to bend to the will of those who have them. It’s that simple. It’s, it’s it’s historical.
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Just do your research on the 20th century and the communists. The only thing that is holding this, this madness at Bay right now is the second amendment set, simple listen folks. First and foremost, let me thank the members out there who joined thus far. It’s the usual suspects. It’s the usual suspects who have joined already to be quite honest with you. And I really do appreciate it, guys.
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Okay. I’m going to call it a night folks. So tomorrow morning, so everybody knows, and this is going to be the new pattern. This, this episode of the I am Liberty show will be available on the website transcribed. Okay. You’ll be able to read word for word. If that’s something you’re interested in this episode and for the members, you will get the transcribed podcast player in a post, which allows you to search this podcast for any word or phrase you like, okay.
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And that’s going to be the new look over at prepper, broadcasting.com. All right. On top of that, we’ll be posting articles and videos and all that fun stuff, but it’s a new day for PBN and above all look, folks, Sam Adams said it best. He mentioned the fact that, well, let me read it. Let me read it completely. I don’t want to, I don’t want to fudge it. Let me read the Sam Adams quote correctly, because we get one birthday a year.
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Our great nation gets, but one birthday a year and 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. It really is. It’s an absolute wonder. And this is an important one. You know, I really want to see, I really would like to see America come together for a day. It’s been such a long haul. I would just like to see us class pans and celebrate the birth of the nation for one day. And if we got to go back at each other’s throat after that, well that’s so be it.
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But in the EPC this week in the EPC this week, I told everyone that our mission this week is not to prepare. Intelligence is not to prepare emergency documentation is not to store. Food is not to go to the range, but our mission this week is to celebrate America. And John Adams said on independence day, I quote it ought to be solid mised with pomp and parade with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other from this time forward forevermore.
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And I’ll give you one more fact about John Adams and independence day before we roll, the declaration was signed on the second independence day, celebrated on the fourth, John Adams, despite being so close, lead, tied to the revolution and independence day actually protested the celebration of the 4th of July because he thought it should be the second.
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We are a protesting bunch of son of a bitches. There’s no getting around that, but I want you to enjoy this weekend. Okay? 4th of July on a Saturday, huh? Get out. Do some volunteering. Don’t forget about come unity 2020 and Hey, enjoy yourself. It’s America, baby. We are still the main event.
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