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PBN family. What is going on James Walton here? This is the, I am Liberty show. We are alive in case you were wondering, this is a song called stealing the car by tad jury, jus and I, I love these copyright free metal bands or whatever you want to call that, but that’s a good one. Welcome into the I am Liberty show folks.
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We’re going to have a fun night tonight because I’ve got a while I want to flow with you tonight. Okay. The show is called viral conspiracy and behavior modification. And it’s a long story. I’m not given the cliff notes. We’ll get into it. Listen, we’re over at element. Okay. I don’t know. Who’s still over at rise in if you’re over at Risin. Oh, thank you. All kind of look at that beautiful logo. Oh, that was chin. Thank you. Chin. Look at that beautiful logo.
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We’re up at, at element. We’re doing our thing. If you’re over at rising, that’s fine with me. I won’t be there. Look, we’ve, we’ve developed a, we’ve developed something here at element and it’s where I want to be. And it’s a beautiful thing. And first and foremost, I guess we should thank chin for that. We should thank Volcana for kind of being the, sort of the, well, the guide in all of that, right? You really helped out a lot with the setup of that too.
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And I appreciate it. And I want to thank everybody. Who’s over there. element.io. You can, you can go join the I the online version. I would recommend you download it on your desktop. I would recommend you put the app on your phone. If you’re a member of the private broad casting network, you gotta get in there. You gotta get in there because it’s also become the de facto app for membership content. Okay? So we left Patrion patrons, got this really cool ability to send you notifications when your favorite content providers create stuff, right?
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Oh, look, James made a new video. I get to make fun of his beard. And, and what happened is once we got rid of patron, sure. We’re putting up all kinds of cool content for members only right up at the website. And the new website is awesome too, by the way, I’m very happy with it, but you don’t get, you don’t get that phone notification. Right? So what we decided to do with our new element.io is we put the app on our phones. The members put the app on their phones. And then when something goes into the members only chat room, which is for members only, it’s easy for them to go, Oh, member’s only blue.
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Click that thing and see what’s what? So if you’re a member, you have to come over. If you’re not a member, you have to come over. Cause it’s a great group. Why don’t we give a rundown real quick? Let me do that real. I didn’t plan on this at the head of the show, but while we’re on the con conversation, let’s go to it. So we got our live show chat. We got our EOC back in full force USA, health events. These are all different rooms, USA, civil unrest, USA, political events and issues, USA shortages, world events.
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Then we have an open chat, a PBN tinfoil helicopter landing pad, which is our place for nights like tonight, where we talk about crazy conspiracy, we’ve got an announcements page and an also Eddie, whether a natural emergencies. And actually I think I’m missing a few. We’ve got a membership only. We’ve got the continuity farm in livestock is new. And I think there’s one other new one that I’m missing, but it is what it is. It’s a great setup of a rooms that everyone can come join the family.
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I mean, it’s just a great time. I’m glad to see everyone in here. Volcana Tony of the North, me gray, me gray and Michael Klein. We’re having a, a conversation about solar power and last night solar show, which was awesome. Making me weak in the knees. You know, Michael Klein is one of those guys. He’s one of those guys that I will never be. And I like running into those types of guys. You know what I mean? And what am I being?
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What I mean by one of those guys who I’ll never be, is there a certain brand of dude who they, they have a deep passion for the complete and full identity of products and it’s so impressive. It’s so impressive when you meet people like this. And not only are they like adept at knowing these things, but there’s a, there’s like a, a true satisfaction in knowing the full, entire name and number.
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Actually. I lost it the other day. I think it’s in my attic. That’s my, that’s my EDC flashlight. But, but guys like me, Greg guys, like Michael Klein, like Dane D those guys can do the numbers in the letters thing, man, the HX five, seven, 3000 to a model X V S O. And you’re like, Whoa, I don’t even know what that is. What are we talking about? I forgot. I forgot product category. I can’t follow, but I love those guys, man.
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That’s a skill. And not the most interesting thing about it is it’s not just a skill to be able to say it and remember it and know it all off hand like that. But there’s a, there’s a passion in that, man. There’s a deep satisfaction in that. And I think that’s pretty cool, but anyhow, so yeah. Join us. element.io, element.io, open source, double encrypted, and don’t ever throw us out. So that’s a good thing.
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So what should we do first here? We gotta talk about how do you say it? Kamala. We gotta talk about Kamala a little bit. We gotta talk about our new segment for members only called hammer talk. I don’t think we’ve actually talked about that on this show yet. We’re going to talk about the virus and this sort of weird apifany slash conspiracy that popped into my head and was backed up by another conspiracy, which kind of brought on the whole idea.
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I wanted to open the show, talking about the last great gasp from the media. That was actually the intended monologue though. It didn’t make the cut obviously, but I think ma this is what I was thinking about the other day. How does the, how does the mass media, how does the mass media go back to reporting news and get people to actually watch it and care after the protests, the riots, the virus, the election.
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I mean, let’s say that somehow this is just hypothetical. I don’t think it’s going to happen, but let’s just say hypothetical. We make it out of 20, 21 somehow, somehow. And the virus somehow T Peters off, maybe it, maybe it mutates and becomes less everything, right? Just less everything. And then things go way down and way back and whatever, like, this is a, this is a fantasy land, but let’s just go with me.
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Okay. Joe Biden wins the election, the news media COVID-19 calms down the rioters, go back in their house because they in great picture. The writers go back in their house because their team is in, right? No need to go out there. And fire bomb, police stations up, somehow the chaos across the nation dies down. Also people start killing each other, even though they know there’s no police coming again, fantasy.
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And we wake up on January 10th or something like that. And we’re turning on the TV. What the hell is on TV? In other words, if there’s no virus, the election is over. There’s no chaos. Cause Trump made it back in. Somehow the, you know, the, the, the people in the cities of Chicago and New York figured out how to police themselves and they’re doing a damn good job at it. And one we’re wondering why didn’t we do this all before and, and, and you turn on CNN and you go, okay, there’s super villain has gone.
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Donald Trump has gone. Villain has gone. The, the great emergency is gone, right? The war against the diabolical monster is police is over what would, what would be on the channel? What would the mainstream media even talk about? So I feel like it’s all, but over what if and when all this chaos dies down, which eventually it has to me, grace is bring back space, ghost coast to coast, an underdog man.
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I would watch basically, you know what I need to show Carter space goes, I’m glad you brought that up. Carter. We get a kick out of that show. But anyhow, I do think we’re living through the last days of the mainstream media, honestly. And I think it’s a, well, I think it speaks to this weird situation that we’re in, where we’re moving into this. We were moving into these weird, well, it’s a shuffling, right? What it is, is a shuffling of people in beliefs and news and entertainment and resources and business.
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It’s a, it’s a shuffling where the world is changing. People are being shuffled. We have more freedoms than ever to go and live and do and things where we want, right? Because of the ways we can make money working from home. It’s pretty, pretty amazing. When you really think about the fact that, that who the hell worked from home before 20 years ago, you, what, I mean 30 years now, the idea that you could just say, I’m going to, we’re going to up and move hunting. We’re going to move out here. We’re gonna move out in the middle of nowhere.
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This great shuffling of people is creating. You could call it like compound tribal units. And I say, compound tribal units, because we get caught up in tribe and tribes. Right? And when we think of tribes is like, yeah, my tribe is my people who live close to me. But these compound tribal units are like networks of people all around the country that share the same beliefs. They watch the same news.
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They like the same entertainment. They, they, they shop at the same places, right? They, they conduct business with many of the same organizations and businesses. And that’s a weird thing that’s taking place on the chess board right now is the shuffling in the, in the re then the development of these compound tribal units that are, that are tribal in nature, but are, are wider spread, right?
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They’re more of a complex network that spans States and hundreds, if not thousands of miles. And I really find it, I find it hard to believe that anybody’s going to settle in and say, yeah, put MSNBC on, see what they’re talking about. I don’t see it. Underdog taking speed pills to impress Polly pure bread. Hey, now I hear the president runs on a little speed from time to time.
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I mean, he’s a hundred thousand years old, so I get that, but yeah.
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So that’s it the last great gas for the media who watches the mainstream media after all of this, who who’s going to show up for the mainstream last night? Yeah. Last night, pretty much. I busted out deal anvil, the old hammer, the old forge and recorded our second episode of a segment that we are calling hammer talk here at PBN.
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Now I’m not prepared to say that I want to get into a lot of video, like, like show based video segments, but I kind of want to get into a lot of show based video segments or episodes or shows, you know, we are the prepper broadcasting network. So just because we do podcasts primarily doesn’t mean we have to only do podcasts. And I think this little adventure with this show called hammer talk or this, this, whatever episodic thing is kind of the first example of that.
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And I really, what I really like is, you know, once tactical torture by Ryan Buford and column Buford starts getting up and running to add that into the mix too, as another staple here at the prepper broadcasting network, you know, to be honest with you, I don’t want to do them all, but I wouldn’t mind if we had a collection of quote unquote shows that were, you know, video shows that you could watch. So hammered talk is it’s a, it’s a braid, it’s basically a mix.
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Okay. So it’s, it’s a survival or prepping concept that I’ve talked about while creating something in the forge. Pretty simple. Now the problem with it, the only problem with this is that neither is as in depth as it probably should be, right? So you got to take that with a grain of salt, but it was all born out of this idea that when I heat metal, it takes time. And when you’re forging, sometimes you just, you know, you do your thing with the hammer, whatever you’re doing, draw on metal out with bending it, whatever, and you put it back in the forge and then go, okay, I got about two, three minutes, depending on how big the steel is.
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You know, if you’re messing with a railroad spike, you got me, you might have two minutes till you get where you need to be. So I said, you know what, it’d be cool to talk to the PBM P folk about the project and about sort of a concept at the same time as I’m forging here. So what you wind up with is a hammer talk. So in this episode that I’ve recorded, I, I will probably get it out before the week’s over. We are creating a blanket pin and we’re going to work this blanket pin out of a bunch of scrap.
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So we got, I had one piece of like, it looked like it was about an eighth inch. Yeah, probably about an eighth inch round steel, little, a little rusty and old, you know, that kind of thing. The forge takes care of that. Nice and easy. It was a little misshapen and bent and all that. So we straightened it out. We drew out both sides to a somewhat of a point I probably could have done better. And from there, we, you know, we worked it into a blanket pen and there there’s support and lessons in there from the blacksmithing side of things.
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And then we’re going to add the pin in the next episode. What I found out is that the first episode I said, let’s finish this Tomahawk that I’ve been working on. And I realized pretty quickly that that’s not what you guys are going to want to see. You guys are not going to want to see me pound and pound and pound away at metal for the whole half hour, the whole 20 minutes. So what we’re going to do is we’re going to stick to these smaller, fun projects. You know, not that they’re not going to be useful.
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I mean, blanket pin, to be honest with you, I never would have made it, but it’s something I’ve been wanting for a long time. I never would have bought one because they’re so easy to make, but I never would have made one because it’s, you know, there’s bigger things to do all the time. So for me, it just made a lot of sense and I think you’re going to love it. What do we talk about? We talk about the concept of who depends on you. Who depends on you, who are the people that depend on you? And I go deep into, you know, there are people you, you know, depend on you and there are people you don’t know, depend on you and you should be ready for both.
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If things get hairy, you know, cause preppers tend to have this idea that we just gonna to tell everybody who shows up to the door to go to hell. Quite frankly, I don’t buy it. But anyhow, hammered talk. It’s a members only show I’ll probably throw an episode up one day just to give a little tease of what we do on hammer talk. So you folks out there who are not yet members can be, if you want to become a member, it’s $5 a month. If you pay for the full year, it’s $10 a month.
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If you pay for one month at a time, I wouldn’t recommend it. I’d recommend getting in dropping the 60 bucks and being part of a well, I think it’s probably one of the most dynamic prepping communities around. I would say that so completely up to you. Tons of great content, yada, yada, yada, go to prepper, broadcasting.com, click the membership box and yeah, come and join us. Come join us.
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Sam, be enters. Sam B enters element.io, Samantha biggers.com. Check out her website. We are as, as consistently as I can reposting her content over at our Facebook page. Great stuff, Sam is, yeah. She knows what time it is as they would say in the old days.
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So PB and family, do we want to get into viral conspiracy and behavior model modifications? It’s quite the tale. Well, we’ll, we’ll work our way into it. Yeah, we’ll work our way into it. So where to begin. Who’s a, who’s a fan who here listening is a fan of, of old time radio.
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Now I know some of you are carry overs from the G man days when he used to run old time radio shows, we probably could get away with running some old time shows also. And that’s probably something we’re thinking about, but
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There’s something called graphic audio. And I’ve talked about graphic audio before. And what graphic audio is, is basically my life. It’s basically how I get through a it’s how I get through a lot of workouts and what it is is picture old time radio, but with tremendous upgrades, new stories, a wide range of stories, great sound effects, great commentary, not great commentary, great voice acting.
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It’s a great, I mean, it’s one of the most underrated products in the entire world today. If you ask me right, it is one of the most over or underrated products today because we so, so rarely get a chance to listen to something and use it, use our minds to see it. You know, I guess audio books are kind of like it, but they’re, they’re way less, they’re way less impressive because there’s no sound effects.
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It’s usually one guy droning through the audio book. Even if it’s fiction, it’s a full experience. Graphic audio is an amazing thing. If you have the type of mind that kind of grips onto that stuff and can paint the picture in your head, that’s me through and through. So I listened to graphic audio whenever I can. It’s awesome. And I was listening to one story in particular, which was a novel called Wayne of Gotham.
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Wayne of Gotham. Yeah. Me gray says he has 1500 hours of old time radio in his bug out bag and an MP three player. It’s good movement. You have, you got entertainment wrapped up. Oh, that’s a good idea. That’s a great idea. Michael Klein. I’m not going to say it out loud for fear that it would spoil, but that’s a great idea. Maybe I’ll reread it. See, I could reread it with a, with a slightly different intro or whichever host is on that night.
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We could re we could start the intro and reread it. Let’s just have a look here and see what day of the week. That is. No, I’m not filling you in. Oh, it’s a Saturday who that’s phenomenal by the way. For more than one reason. Anyhow, Wayne of Gotham, great story. I’m a nerd. I’m a child. I understand that. I put my faith in superheroes. I don’t know. I can’t apologize for it more than I have. It’s just me.
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Okay. Two, I am Wayne of Gotham. Great story. Batman finds out all these crazy things about his dad’s work at Arkham asylum, working with a man to create a strange virus. A lot of stuff happens, really great story. But at the end of the day, the virus was designed for behavior modification.
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It was designed to essentially to turn criminals into good guys. This was, I guess, around the sixties, right? Not the book. The book was supposed to be set around the sixties. So the idea was that this virus could do things to your mind. In fact, your body do things to your mind that would give you your brain sort of a jump or an enhancement that would affect your desire to commit crime.
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And of course the VAX, the virus went crazy and the virus didn’t work the way it should. And it turned the people, the test subjects into these sort of enhanced criminal killers and the, you know, for, for a short period of time, they were kind of, they were kind of killing all the S the right people. You know what I mean? And nobody was really upset that there was no more justice. They were just taken out the mob bosses and the
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Every little thing that could be done wrong could lead to the next bigger and worse thing. Like a client says. So basically a BLM virus. That’s pretty good. That’s pretty good. Well, it got me on the, into this idea of this could spirit tutorial idea of this virus. Why was this virus made? Was this virus, why were they playing with this virus in a lab?
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If it came from a lab, a lot of people believe it came from a lab. I don’t really know. I know from the get go just based on human behavior, it sounded like some dudes screwed up, came out of the old Wu Han lab and spread the virus from his overcoat or whatever. It sounded like a human error to me from the get go. You know what I mean? So that’s kind of where I’ve hung my hat, this idea that it came out of a cave and a bat and a man and a day or whatever.
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I don’t know what sounds more likely to me. Somebody working in a virus lab screwed up, let a virus out, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So in my fictitious mind, I start running through different things and I started thinking to myself, Hmm, wouldn’t it be interesting if you could figure out how to get rid of all those nasty, nasty, conservative thoughts that you have. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could infect people with a virus that would, I don’t know, make a Joe Biden seem very appealing.
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You know, one of the cool twists, one of the cool twists. Yeah. We’re alive is an awesome story. But one of the cool twists in the, in the, in the book was this idea that the virus also enhanced some of your abilities, your abilities to, to you, some of your natural abilities were enhanced. And most of the story, most of the end of the story was the big question, whether or not Thomas Wayne was infected with the virus himself and whether or not Batman might in fact be some kind of a superhero, maybe the virus, which, which made these fanatical crime fighters enhance their physical capabilities.
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Maybe Batman himself was actually infected by that virus through blood, through his father. And for the, for a good part of that story, you got to contemplate that you got to contemplate whether or not the guy who was supposed to be, you know, Marvel’s version or DCS version of a regular human. Maybe he really is enhanced in some way. So anyway, I was exhausted.
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Okay. I flipped a tire for a quarter mile. It was probably 90 some degrees that I have no idea how heavy this tire is. I don’t know. This is a new thing for me. I really like it. Like I said, I’m listening to this. I’m probably going into like some low level form of heat exhaustion. I know it wasn’t good Al what I did to myself out there, but it is what it is. It’s a, it’s a, it’s a problem. It’s a masochistic problem. But anyway, and on the walk back or the runback actually, I’m thinking to myself about that and thinking, is that true?
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Could that be done? Can somebody, can somebody do that to a virus in modern times? And if they could, would they tell us course not right? If you could infect someone with a virus, maybe infect the whole world with a virus that kind of just, you know, nudges people around and how they think a little bit, you know, nothing devious, just maybe Donald Trump and that whole conservative ideology seems crazy. Or maybe that religious ideology seems crazy, or maybe that prepping idea.
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So what I wound up, what I wound up getting into after that was kind of interesting and I let it speak for itself. Okay. This has more to do with vaccinations and viruses, but maybe the virus could be the catalyst for the vaccination.
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Excuse me. On the leftover here, we have individuals who are religious fund fundamentalist, religious fanatics. And this is the expression of RTPCR realtime PCR, a expression of the
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What you, what you see here is this virus. We’re going to eliminate individuals from going into a market blowing up. So our, our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people that they have overexpression of the
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Here, we have two brain scans. These are FMR eyes. These are two different individuals with different levels of expression of the mat to on top.
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I don’t want to bore you to death, but now this was, this was a video that was supposedly a Pentagon presentation. Okay. About exactly what you think about exactly what you think it means. And it was tied to see what got it. Real dodgy is.
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And I’m, I’m just so you know where my head’s at. I’m reading this and showing you this off of snopes.com. Okay. So this was the, they said that obviously this was not, not real well. This is what they said. Does a leaked video reveal a government plot to vaccinate against thoughts, ideas, and religion, the fun vacs rumor, largely hinges on the God gene theory, a bit of pop that doesn’t quite stand up to peer reviewed scrutiny. So is it that, is it tied to the fun vacs rumor and is the fun VAX rumors something true?
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That’s what Snopes says no. To when you read this thing, what it never really clears up though, is, is this legit a legitimate Pentagon video presentation? Because who the hell else? I mean, these guys aren’t actors, you can listen to them and know that, right. These guys are most certainly not. If you need a, a, let me give you a description here of what we’re looking at too.
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Just so you know, it’s about it’s one guy, it looked, he looks like bill Gates. It’s one guy in a big room, classroom style setting. And there’s only like six other people, all in suits, all with water bottles, I’m all hunched and looking like they’re into something crazy and something long winded. You know what I mean? So I don’t think it’s a group of tremendous actors.
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What I can tell you is that the video is marked with this is what kind of is one of the most scary things about it. But the video is dated four 12, 2005. So yeah, you’re talking about 15 years ago, they were talking about it. Well, if we can mess with this expression of the certain gene in the mind that we can keep people from bombing each other.
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Now, look, I don’t know enough about it. I got my inspiration from a Batman book, but it took me about 10 minutes to find this crazy ass video. And if they were talking about that kind of thing some 15 years ago, I mean, he literally says the virus can do yada, yada, yada, and we can vaccinate for this. Now, look, I don’t even know if I need to say this really.
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Cause I don’t know how many of you would ever take a vaccine for COVID-19 anyway, but I don’t want my words to make people go, Oh God, I’m definitely not taking that thing. I definitely not taking that thing. If you want to take the vaccine, take the vaccine, Hey, I need somebody to take it so I can see what happens. I need to see what you turn into. This is what I’m getting at. If they were talking about it in Oh five, right? If they were talking about that kind of thing in Oh five, what is the likelihood that they threw it out?
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Let’s just be rational here. You are in the Pentagon. I’m sure in the Pentagon you have things that you’re responsible for like anyone else, right? I’m sure you have to produce some sure you have deadlines. I’m sure you get bonuses. If you do really, you know, whatever, what is the likelihood? You know, what is the likelihood that there’s a powerful vaccine or a virus that can be used to and, and, and in health and nutrition, one of the biggest things that people are talking about is dietary.
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What’s the word I’m looking for? I guess we call them stimulus, dietary stimulants that can help certain expressions of certain genes. I mean the expression of genes eat your body can do amazing things. I mean, the guys who were at the cutting edge of anti-aging technology are all about gene expression. If they can get the genes to do what they want, they can keep you young. I’m, it’s just what it is.
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Just what it is it. So in other words, if I can keep you young and I can keep you healthy, I can make your body do certain things by certain expressions of genes. Then it only makes sense to me that something along these lines would work, right. Something along these lines would work. Now, what if they just messed it up though? Has anybody felt strange, weird, anything like that? Anybody felt like they’ve had trouble focusing or anything along those lines.
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I’ve had some trouble focusing over the last week or two. And I don’t know. I think it’s just the amount of things that are going on in my life, but a little bit of hypochondria kicking in. Also, I’m starting to wonder if I don’t have the brain changing virus in my body. You know, the scary thing about it all though, is let’s say, let’s say they did that.
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What would you do? Jen says, I’ve had trouble focusing for 43 years. I’ve been depressed for 30 years. So even if they did, what would you do at some point to some degree you have to realize we’re kind of beholden to whatever it is, whatever it is they want. Now let’s say that the Americans let’s say that the American said, you know what good idea could be very helpful, could be very effective in a foreign land.
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But I don’t think that we are right to produce something that’s capable of doing what you’re talking about doing, right? So maybe let’s just try, let’s just travel down this fictitious a storyline, this plot line, we traveled down this fictitious plot line. And we find out that maybe one of those guys who was involved in that program that was going to create a virus or a vaccine that would modify behavior.
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Maybe that guy went out to dinner with a prominent politician from the CCP, maybe at a few steak dinners, with a prominent leader in the CCP. And they shelled out some, all the sudden his mortgage was paid. All of a sudden he popped up on a, on a home, on the beach in Panama or something along those lines. And maybe China didn’t have as much of a problem working on a strange, highly infectious, but not so fatal virus that you know, may or may not have the ability to affect the way your mind works.
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And maybe that virus just happened to hop onto some idiot who wasn’t paying attention during decontamination and made its way into Wu Han. Maybe China was creating a virus like this to deal with the, the, the civil unrest in Hong Kong. We can just treat the rebellion out of them. We could just virus the rebellion right out of those Hong Kong folk. And then it broke loose, scattered across the nation.
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And all of a sudden we have the greatest, the greatest collection of riots, protests, civil unrest that the world has ever seen. A lot of coincidences, a lot of coincidences, a lot of.
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So how, how many nations are protesting at last? I checked. It was, I mean, the number was outrageous chaos virus, the chaos virus, it’s the, maybe the virus seeks seeps into your head and forces you. So, you know, if this podcast ever gets soundbite, it will be like, there’ll be like this. Guy’s the craziest person on the planet.
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But just imagine for a second, a virus that makes you averse to certain types of thoughts, particularly those that would, you know, be expressed in a conservative leanings or I don’t know, Michael clients is Barbados is not rioting. Good to know. I don’t know. Folks, listen, things get weird more from the living, a DNA or RNA vaccine.
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On the other hand takes a small part of the virus, his own genetic information, just enough to smart spark, an immune response. And the protein can be produced directly at the cell experts. State of viruses, genetic information can be replicated and produce relatively easily. And that’s what scientists want in a live situation, such as the SARS Cove to COVID-19 pandemic where billions of people blank. Yeah.
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We’ve evolved Kana with Volkan is following me down this rabbit hole. Now you want to follow the money, get your tinfoil hat on and follow this. We want to make a vaccine for this number one. Number two, we will make everyone take the vaccine. And if you don’t take it, there’ll be some sort of virus passport that you don’t have that you will need. Number three, however, those are the money that want to thin out the population. So the vaccine will have a death rate. God, that would be something, huh? The great calling comes from the vaccine, not from the virus itself.
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Right? So in other words, here we are living through a virus that is taking the old and the weak primarily, but not the young, the vaccine will be what kills the young and the children then the healthy. And then they’ll just say, well, I don’t know what to do now. Who knows, who knows what we do now? I guess we should have saved the show from Monday night, Monday night, we’re going to be back. We’re going to have a collection of hosts to Monday night.
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And I really do want to focus on kind of where people are at with prepping because we are at a point where we’ve never really been, interestingly enough, as preppers Michael Klein says, option four. We kill people with the chip and clone their RFID in order to prove that we’ve been vaccinated. It’s sorta like demolition man in the eyeball.
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Right? So yeah. Be with us live next Monday 8:00 PM. Eastern, we’re going to have a, a group of hosts on and we’re going to talk sort of where’s your head at preparedness. Okay. Cause we are six months, almost six months into a serious crisis here. You could say several crisises, Cray, Sy, you could say several.
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So I think it’s time to touch base. You know, I had this pipe dream that I had this pipe dream early on that COVID-19 would come and go. And I said, you know, there’ll be here and then it’ll be gone. And then in the noon by summertime, this was early on. And after that we’ll get together and we’ll talk about, wow, what did we learn from COVID-19? Well, we’re still very much learning. So what we’re going to do is touch base for the most part. What I know about the hosts here at PBN, they are in full force.
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Man. The majority of them are in full force prepping mode. Many of you are too many of you are too out there. You guys are just pedal to the metal and I’m glad I am glad one of my warnings through all this thing was don’t rest on your laurels. No need all your emergency food up. Now keep stacking because the party may not even have started yet. Think about that.
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Think about that. I mean, you can’t buy gold at the moment. You’d be crazy, right? You’d be crazy to buy it. I haven’t checked the price in a while, but I almost fell out of my chair after I checked the price of gold after a Stephen men Kings incredible econ report on the rise in silver and gold. I always wonder when, when silver rises to these tremendous highs, like who am I selling to? Who’s buying it, but I guess it doesn’t matter, right?
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I’m not in this thing to make this massive profit on silver and gold, right? Are you, are you a day trader on gold and silver? You probably want to be able to buy food at a certain point, right? When the things get to a certain point. But I don’t know if folks, all I can tell you is keep up the good work, keep on dancing because we have reached a point where, well, I think we’re closer than ever to something serious.
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I really do. I mean, I have a hard time understanding how we get out of this election. Really. I think it’s either short term disaster or longterm disaster. Well, that’s not right. The fire either starts early and burns longer or it smolders and catches later on.
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Remember when we were told that this is just a good opportunity to perfect our preps tick. Well, the virus itself on its own. Well, yeah, I guess not. We won’t do a lockdown number two and it’s going to be a lot more than that, but I’ll tell you what, when we move into this thing, if it looks like if Donald Trump wins the election, as far as I can tell that the streets will be on fire. I think at that point, we’ll see a serious collapse in, hold on.
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I’m trying to read some serious collapse in, in some of the larger cities in the nation. If Donald Trump wins, I just don’t understand how this perfect storm could add up to anything different. You know, I’ll tell you the second scenario after this quick break. Okay. Enjoy the star Spangled banner and we’ll be right back.
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Well, it’s a lovely sound. Is it not? So we are definitely not done for the night. Chin have a good night though. I wouldn’t begrudge anybody to call it a night at 9:50 PM. For those of you who listen regularly, you know that the star Spangled banner merely means that James, his family came home. So it’s time to go kiss goodnight, do the daddy things and then get back to the show. So I give you guys the, the national Anthem to enjoy the star Spangled banner.
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You can never get enough of it. Okay. You can never get enough of it. As I mentioned, scenario to looks like, looks like a Biden. Kamilah when Oh, interesting fact, by the way, let me tell you a little interesting fact. I learned before the show that will cheer you right up. You know, because I feel like the great depression for conservatives and I don’t know who, whatever we are.
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I mean, I just say conservatives, cause it grabs like a swath of people. Let me go, let me find this from the national review today. Something that’ll keep you up this from the national review by David Horace, Sanya, Horace har Harsanyi. I don’t know. Sorry. Dave Kamala Harris is former press.
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Secretary is the face of Twitter. Censorship does the thing about that for a moment, just let that meld into your mind for the time being and think about what that means. That means there are former press secretaries now in charge of a well basically deciding what tweets get out and what tweets don’t on Twitter, which to many of you might seem inconsequential except for the fact that a well, if you might remember, I dunno, what was it?
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Three weeks ago? Something like that. Donald Trump’s started getting his tweets sensor. Hmm. So now we have a very interesting relationship between one Nick Percilio Kamela Harris, his former press secretary being the guy who gets to say, sure, Donald we’ll let that one through. No, no, no. Donald, we will not let that one through.
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And now they’re combative. Now they’re against one another in a political race, but don’t worry. They’re way too professional. Oh yeah. Joe. And Kamilah they’re way too professional to call on some kind of strange audible like that. They wouldn’t call in a friend, a dear old favor from old Nick Percilio to make sure that certain tweets make it or don’t make it right.
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Michael client says, all I pray for is the Lord reward these people according to their works. Since I can’t pray for plagues and sickness. Well, one of my favorites, if you sow the wind wind, you will reap the whirlwind. I’m not sure who’s going to reap the whirlwind yet, but I’ll tell you what, little too many, too many consequences for me on this episode of the, I am Liberty show.
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That is one scary little thing. One scary little nugget. You know, you find out your number one competitor is in control of your number one communications method. Make no bones about it. Donald Trump’s number one, communications method is Twitter, right? Nothing gets him more press, nothing gets him more, gets his message out more than Twitter.
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And now you’ve got, you’ve got a helping hand over there. What do you think Camila Biden is? Kamilah Kamala Kamala. Come on. Does, does she have enough appeal and do the American people have enough faith in the fact that Joe Biden is basically history that they’ll vote for her.
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I have my own theories. I’m not gonna, I’m not gonna, I’m not gonna lie. I have my own theories. You know, I’m hearing a lot of people talk about the fact that the women will go for the women will go for Kamala over Trump, more digestible, right? More digestible a candidate. Now they’re not running against each other. So I don’t quite buy this theory. I’m going to tell you what I think to be quite honest, I’m going to be clear and honest.
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I think the more chaos that we see in this country, if we can keep up the BLM peaceful protests, if we can keep those up until election day, I think Trump wins easy. Why the women vote is very important. And a lot of people think that because a woman has entered this, this, the screen that you know, automatically, they’re going to gravitate to them, which is crazy.
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When you think about it, right? I heard numerous conservative talk radio hosts saying this today. Whew, whew. Could we find that automatically? They would just like throw Trump on, throw Trump off the cliff. Trump’s been voted off the Island immediately. Who can we find conservative strong woman of color to replace Pence?
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It’s just hilarious to me because you know, a couple of weeks ago, I said I was astounded at the fact that there was not a single hopeful for vice president that had a penis in all of the Democrat party and all of the Democrat party. There were what, 12 potential running mates. And they were all women. So this idea that, you know, the goal of Democrats, they play gender and race politics.
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And then immediately they jumped to, Oh, we need to do the same thing. No, we don’t need to do the same thing. The American people are not that shallow, man. I’m telling you, it’s not that easy to throw a woman up there. Go, Oh, dr. Warren, I’m going to vote for a woman. I’ve got a vagina too. Let’s pull that thing. Let’s pull that lever for vaginas. Sure. They’ll probably be a bunch of people who do it only because she’s a Democrat anyway.
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Only because there’ll be a bunch more people do it because it’s not Donald Trump. It’s around the clock. Hatred Fest over the last four years for the man. You don’t think it affected some people. My theory, and this is based off talking to women in real life. This is my, this is based off talking to women in real life. Okay. Women have had an incredible change this year.
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I’ve seen an incredible change in women this year because of instability because of chaos because historically women are what, they’re the agreeable party in the household. They’re the agreeable party in the household. Why? Because they hold the baby. They raise the baby.
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I’m not talking about today, right? It’s not. I’m talking about historically speaking, where the woman’s mind comes from, right? It comes from this idea of let’s keep this lunatic fed. Let’s put him to bed. Let’s make sure he’s happy and calm. We need him around because you’ll spike the bad guys in the throat with a spear. But he’s also kind of threatening too. He’s a big dumb idiot. And I’m trying to raise this child. So I need to keep things calm and women, man, they could sniff out chaos.
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You know what I mean? They sniff this chaos thing out and it changes them radically. And I didn’t know this. This is something I found out through through the year 2020 by watching a bunch of women Talkington and I seen them change. Suddenly everything got weird because they no longer felt safe. They no longer felt the kind of stability and safety that they once knew.
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Right? And it got even worse. That just started with the, with the uncertainty of the virus, the realization that something has made the waters a bit uneven. Is there going to be food? What what’s going on with the food? Is it going to be food for the kids? What’s going on? What is, why are people fighting in this, in the stores? Right? Women make a hard turn. When things reach a certain point, I’m telling you, I don’t care how liberal they are.
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I mean, there are some that are lost no matter what I’m sure, but for I’m talking middle of the road, women, I’m talking real women. I’m not talking about brainwashed liberals and I’m not talking about, you know, the Uber right wing woman. Who’s going to fight that battle until she dies too. I’m talking about people, middle of the road, middle of the road, parents, middle road, women who can, who can look at the lay of the land and go, things seem crazy. But I feel safe. They can make that distinction or they can make the distinction of things are crazy and I’m not safe.
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I’m not safe. And that’s a big deal because I think inherently, historically, women understand that when there’s instability, they are at major risk. In other words, no matter how far they’ve climbed up this mountain to equality and the journey has been amazing, right? The journey has been amazing to see what women have, have, how far they’ve risen.
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Well, here you go. Right. We had a woman run for president last time. We’ve got a potential woman president this time in chaos, in real chaos, all of that stuff goes out the window. And I think women get that inherently. They understand that there is no more civil rights. There is no more a gender, right? None of that stuff matters when CA us reaches a certain point. It just goes back to the biggest.
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And the strongest man does what he wants with the people he wants to do it with. And I think women have been through that game for so many thousands of years. They’ve seen the Mongols crest, the Hills they’ve seen the Vikings wash ashore that something is turned on. I think something just turns on Michael Klein calls it the motherly instinct. I’d call it almost a, I mean, it’s definitely maternal for sure. But I think it also has to do with survival.
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I think it’s the understanding that the, that we can hit a certain amount of turbulence. But once we hit the next level of turbulence, they are a skinny jeans wearing boyfriends are not going to be of much help anymore. Right. I’m sure there’s a lot of women out there looking around the room and you go, Oh Mike, this is the one, this is the one going to protect me in all this chaos.
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Oh shit. I don’t know I’m at sup, we got a problem. We gotta, we gotta get Trump back in so we can get the police back. We need to, we need the police back. We need to get the national guard in here. Get the military. I don’t care, whatever it takes, get them in, get them in because this guy here with the video game controller, he’s not now, I’m knocking myself with a video game. Good drill. He’s good at call of duty, but I don’t think he’s gonna, I don’t think he’s going to protect me and my kids.
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And I think that’s where a lot of women are. And if the madness in the streets continues, if we go into lock down to, if the insane Congress cannot figure out how to put money into people’s pockets, but make them stay out of work. Holy shit, I cannot believe that we are not led. We, we are standing in the most perilous position right now with this idea that you can’t go to work.
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You can’t run at full capacity, but we’re also not going to give you any financial help whatsoever. In other words, we’re going to Dean. I mean, you don’t even know the things that are happening in the Northeast, unless you’re from the Northeast then, you know, but I don’t think many of you are, the Northeast is insane right now with the restrictions. I mean, you’re talking about being out of work for multiple weeks at a time for a fever.
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I mean, it is, we put people into this situation, right? And then we tell them, and then we tell them, you’ll be all right. Meanwhile, we’re going to play Patty cake up here on Capitol Hill and figuring out how we can cut your little sliver of the pie down as little as possible. Now, if we were going to send money over to Africa, if we were going to create a relief bill for banks, it would have passed two months ago.
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We gotta figure out how to give the American people money to pay rent, to feed themselves. Maybe, maybe to prepare for one of the most incredible crises in history. Right? We know, I mean, who looks at the economy and goes, Oh yeah, we’re going to shore that up. That’ll be fine. All we need is a good holiday season. People in Congress know that we’re sitting on the cusp of one of the greatest crises in, in history.
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What’s about to happen to our economy. How could it not happen? This is not a guy. I’m not a guy. Who’s like, got the charts up. I get the charts up from 2011 in LA. And you know, you remember back in 2000, I’ve been watching these guys for really, since 2008, I’ve been watching these guys. I’m going, as you can see, based on the graphs were in the same kind of, it’s going to go right to a 2008 scenario again. And they’re wrong. Every time they’ve been wrong for 20 years, we’re at a situation where it’s it’s it doesn’t take anything to look at the economy and go, okay, all the businesses are shut down.
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Everybody’s getting evicted from their house. I saw some crazy stat, about 10 million acres of corn got wrecked because of the big storms over in the bread basket of the nation, I think. Yeah, kinda me be fine. Don’t worry about it. Everything should be good. We’re not going to trade with any nations. Cause the virus we’re not going to do business travel. Right. Economy beef, the bounce, right back, right off, right off. He reminds me of that scene in raging bull. When, when Robert de Niro’s talking to, I think he’s talking to one of the gangsters, that’s trying to get him a title shot.
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And he said, Oh, you look a little, like, you look like you put on a few penthouse, nothing right off, come right off. So they think that this economy is just going to heal. Right? Easy. No problem. We should be giving people, see re I said this on the, on the hammer talk episode, we should have like 100% write-offs on emergency food right now we should have 100% write-offs on, on reinforced locks for your house. You know what I mean?
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Emergency preparedness supplies, a solar power, 100% tax. Write off. What’s the problem. What’s the problem. We are not going to duck the economic collapse that is coming with the tier. When you can’t say it’s coming, it’s here. You talk about the great depression. What’d you talk about? Nobody could work, right? Couldn’t get a job. Housing market problems, dust bowl in the center of the nation.
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Right? You thought that all these things, they’re all here, food shortages. It’s all here. It’s all here. I’m telling you right now. We are just a few notches away from, from whew. Buy your Christmas presents. Now those of you out there who are Christmas fanatics like me, you better, you better wrap Christmas up pretty early. I have no idea what it’s going to look like, but it ain’t going to be pretty.
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But all I can tell you, keep on the prepping, check out the news out of China. Oh boy. Living on the fault has made it into element. That means either chin or Volcana just walked him through the process. Who did it? Somebody needs a big thumbs up, up here. I see a lot of prissy BLM groups, but I know a lot of the edgy Patriots that are just waiting to be confronted.
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Yeah. I mean, there’s no doubt about that. Right? That’s stuff’s only going to get so far. They’re not going to roll through a suburban neighborhoods. Willy nilly. Thank you very much for can I, like I said, like I said, the King and the queen here at element chin and Volcana she’s in the she’s she’s on it. She is on it. What was the news out of China?
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Living on the fault. Post me on link. You said check the news out of China. And I don’t know. I don’t know what you mean. Does anybody else know what the news out of China is? I mean, I’m sure there’s plenty. They keep running into problems. I’m starting to think the I’m starting to think that the war has already begun. I like it. I like it. Michael, you could be the Jack.
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What’s wrong with why is he going to jump right to the court? Jester? No, nothing on China. Okay. Well, it is what it is. So folks, I, you know, to wind down, we’re going to cut this thing here in a minute. Oh, here we go. Beijing adviser, warns of Chinese bank assets being seized overseas as a risk of an all out financial war between the United States and China grows heavyweight economists. You young dingdong says Beijing must prepare for worst case scenario.
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Well, you know, it is what it is. It is what it is. I just hope the United States is smart enough to, you know, devastate the Chinese government without ever going to war. If they need motivations or game plans, I have several ideas of how you could do just that, right? There’s no need to get into a shooting war with China. There are so many other things that you can affect in that nation, right?
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There are so many things that you could affect in that nation. Easily. China told the Navy not to fire first. No, I have to read that. Charles South China, sea China, military told not to fire for the first shot in the standoff with the U S forces. Wow. That’s interesting. That is interesting. Hmm.
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This from the South China morning post. So what w how reputable is the old South China morning post who runs this thing? Wendy Wu and Minnie Chan. They don’t even sound like real people. They sound like if you were going to take two women, grab a couple of fake, grab a couple of fake photographs and give them fake China lady names. You would go Wendy Wu and Minnie Chan. There is so mad at me right now. That is just like the worst shit you could say about people who actually exist.
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I think Wendy Wu and Minnie Chan, I do apologize. You have to understand. I have to be suspect of almost everything, because my words are being recorded right now. Sources say the troops had been given orders, not to escalate situation as both sides, step up their activities in the disputed waters. Look at the old carriers. What do you do when you see those things? Look at this one. This one’s got jets all up and down. It don’t fire.
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The first show we going to do against two aircraft carriers and four battleships have fun sources said Beijing and ordered pilots, Naval officers to exercise restraint in the increasingly frequent standoffs with us planes and warships. The call was first suggested by the U S side. About a month earlier, man. Oh man. Oh man. It’s all coming to fruition folks. I think that’s where we do our thing.
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I can’t even repeat that one, Michael Klein, but that’s funny. Thank God it’s encrypted. Anyhow. I think that’s where we do our outro folks. War viral riots, election post-election chaos, state level collapse, economic collapse, devastation on the U S Homefront. Not from a war, but from a, an insane government that won’t let people make a living.
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I don’t know where you live. I don’t know what you do. I don’t know what kind of situation you have around you. Your number one priority. At this point, you’ve got two options to be quite honest. I mean, do you want me to break it down to at, at, at, in the most SHTF of, of terms, I still do believe that certain States and certain cities are gonna suffer much worse fates than others.
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I’m pretty optimistic about my location based on what I know and everything I know you don’t need to know. But what I will tell you is this, you’ve got two options. In my opinion, number one, you gotta be as far away from it all as possible, right? That’s number one. You’ve got to be as far away from it as possible. Tip my hat to Sam Biggers, right?
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She was talking about that earlier today. Move out, move far away, away, away from the chaos. That’s one option. You can do that. If you can, if you can’t do that, or if you haven’t done that, then you’ve got to rally your troops. Man. Now is the time and who are your troops? Your troops are not the group of guys that you should go to the gun range with. Trust me, you might think they’re your troops. They might be really good at shooting guns that you feel like they’re good troops, but I promise you, they’re not your troops.
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Your troops are the people who live near you. It’s like, I’ve been saying since 2015 or whatever, 2013, your troops are the people who live near you. The people who have a vested interest in protecting your home are the people who live next to your home across from your home behind your hope. They may not even understand that yet. If you’re in a situation. Now listen to me on this. This is huge because I was here years ago, and this is a good step to take, okay?
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I was in this position years ago and I’m, you know, whatever, there will come a time when your neighbors meet out in the street, if you find yourself wrapped up in this kind of chaos, there will come a time when certain amounts of your neighbors meet in the street and say, what the hell are we supposed to do now? Or they say troubles coming our way. Or they say, I don’t know what to do. We’re hungry or we’re this or whatever.
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If you find yourself in that situation and you haven’t been able to convince your neighbors of anything until that moment, you need to be prepared. You need to come with arms full of answers. Okay? So what that means is to the best of your ability, prepare plans, resources, weapons, and the like to assure that you can put people to work, right?
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Assure that you can put people to work in the process of securing your neighborhood or community right off the bat, learn how to create a base defense for your community. It’s not hard. It’s not hard. You sit down one night with Google maps. You’ll be able to figure out exactly how to secure your little chunk, your little community, right? You’ll figure out where to put people where to not allow ingress and egress and pretty simply figure out, you know what?
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Dane D has done a great collection of shows on this as of late, go back and listen to the gunmetal armory archive. But now’s the time, not tomorrow, not in a month, not in three weeks, not in a year in a year, you’ll be out of options. I think in a year, we’ll be so deep in despair. If you have no other plan, you know, if you don’t have a plan to make money, if you don’t have a job, if you, I mean, how could you, we’re six months into an economic crisis already.
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You realize that right? March, April, may, June, July, August, we are six months into an economic crisis. Don’t let anybody tell you any different. That’s exactly what it is. What’s it look like in another six you given out, I mean, just think about it. The government is giving out two grand every three, four months. What is that going to do for people? There’s a bunch of people who are going to get evicted right now because of this delay in Congress telling you now is the time for a long time.
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It’s been fun to play the prepping game. I’m guilty of it in some respects, for sure. There’s some things I went light on and I’ve gone light on and I need to go harder on in terms of preparedness. But the game time is almost over. I think for some of you, I’m 100% sure of it. That game time is almost over. It all depends. It’s not going to be fallout. You know what I’m saying?
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It’s not going to be one apocalyptic situation that affects every person. And I’ve got just the right survival kit for that. No, it’s going to be despair in all its forms. It’s going to be despair in a variety of forms. And you’re going to have to deal with the runoff to based on the level of despair in your local area. And you know, nobody, nobody can help you figure out the spare the way Sam Culper, Ken, with his not as threat assessment with his area of study, you know, the area study.
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If you take the time to do it, it can give you an idea of, of the despair. You find out where the impoverished neighborhoods are or where the gangs are, where the trouble is, where the, you know, and all of a sudden you can pretty quickly put together your head, a number, how many people, you know, how many people are going to be in despair. That’s a huge calculation. Very important, very important for you to understand the, the, the, the amount of people in your immediate area that could be in despair and could look to you and your community as a way out, get together.
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PBN family. I hope you guys all dodged the bullet. I really do. You and me. Nobody wants it, but stay sharp. Stay quick on your feet. Be prepared to evolve. You know, I got lucky. I hit the jackpot in some regards because I turned preparing for this nightmare into something that puts money in my wallet, but that could go away any time. You never know, I could be selling blanket pins.
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I’ve had a ball tonight. Folks, listen, when you can talk about the end of the world and have a good time, you know, you’re in the right company, that’s all there is to it as nothing to do with my ability to wax poetic on a blanket, pins and viruses that behavior modify or modify behavior. Oh, that was a viral tick. Did you hear that? That was a viral tick, right there. There was a COVID tick of an implant. Anyhow, it’s all about good company.
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It’s all there is to it. You know what I mean? It’s all about good company and you guys are the best company when it comes to this stuff. And I do appreciate you all. Okay. Enjoy your evening. Stay prepared. Keep pushing the pedal to the metal guys. I can tell you right now, we’re going to have an interesting end of 2020 to say the least it’s James Walton hosted the I am Liberty show.
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