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Leftists Support Tyranny – Conservatives Do Not: It’s Time To Separate

November 11, 2021 134 Comments

By Brandon Smith

One of the great semantic debates of the past decade has been the ongoing attempt to muddle the definition of “Left vs Right” in the American political sphere. For example, a lot of people who are new to the liberty movement (people who became active during or after the Trump campaign in 2016) have heard of the “false left/right paradigm”, but they have no clue what it actually means. If you think it means there are no legitimate political sides in this fight and that the entire conflict is theatrical or manipulated, then you are misinformed.

The false left/right paradigm specifically refers to the fake division at the VERY TOP of the political pyramid among elitists in government. There are certainly Republicans that are conservative in their rhetoric but not conservative in their actions or policies, and they tend to support or side with politicians on the left regularly when it comes to big government spending and big government power (just look to the Republicans that voted in favor of Joe Biden’s recent infrastructure bill).

Democrats and leftists don’t have to pretend. They base their entire platform on collectivism and centralization. This is no secret. The only theater is in their motives. Top Democrats claim they are fighting for the “greater good” of the masses when they are actually elevating and benefiting a tiny minority of wealthy elites. They do not care at all about the lives of their constituents.

Things change dramatically when we start talking about the bottom of the pyramid among regular people. The political spectrum is not as broad and nuanced as some people would have us believe and the sides are much easier to discern. There are exceptions to every rule and to every group, but to say the groups do not exist is an act of denial.

There are also people who call themselves “moderates” because they think this makes them more impartial and more open-minded. They don’t want to appear as if they are moving to one “extreme” end of the spectrum or the other. But, ultimately, there are only two sides in this fight: Either you are in favor of intensive government dominance of people’s lives, or you are not. And, the vast majority of people in favor of government tyranny herald from the left side of the political spectrum. They revel in the totalitarianism, even when they don’t necessarily benefit from it.

Yes, it’s time to stop pretending as if there is a “gray area” here and call the situation as it really is. The political left is obsessed with control over how people live, act and even how they think. Issues like Critical Race Theory, BLM, big tech censorship, the covid lockdowns and vax mandates have really clarified things to the point that if you can’t see the enormous difference between leftists and conservatives then you are being willfully ignorant.

In my latest articles I have been exploring the theme of the political left and their habit of wearing masks to hide their true natures. Many of them will support socialist, collectivist and globalist policies while also claiming they support freedom at the same time. Yet, when they are actually faced with real world decisions in terms of unilateral authoritarianism, the true character of the average leftist is revealed and it’s an ugly thing to behold.

Lets just use the covid and vaccines mandates as one litmus test for a moment – Poll after poll after poll indicates that an overwhelming number of Democrats (around 80%) applaud the mandates and continue to defend them even after almost 2 years of failures and a lack of scientific honesty. For these people the covid controls are purely political and they often argue in their favor as a vehicle to attack conservatives rather than “saving lives”. The fact is, without their enthusiastic support the draconian mandates would not exist in the US.

Now, some people will point out that polls also show that around a quarter of Republicans support some form of vax mandates, but here’s the difference: Republicans and conservatives are actually willing to engage in honest debate over the scientific and social merits of the mandates. The vast majority of Democrats and leftists are absolutely not interested. They view any opposition as an act of treason, and any debate as thought crime committed by “cranks” and “conspiracy theorists”.

This is a rather convenient tactic to take because leftists will never actually have to defend their own assumptions and beliefs in a public forum on fair ground; they can simply say that all evidence that is being presented is “meaningless” because it is being presented by treasonous enemies. Everything they do no matter how destructive or oppressive is thus justified by the assertion that conservatives represent an insurgency against “democracy” rather than honest Americans with honest concerns.

It should also be noted that the minimal republican support for the mandates has been steadily dropping as new information is released which contradicts the mainstream narrative on vaccine effectiveness, and as Joe Biden continues to use the vaccines as a means to gain power over private businesses. Yet, support among democrats is as high as ever.

In the past few years I have seen leftists en masse defend the indoctrination of American children with CRT, which teaches white kids that they are all inherently evil oppressors and black and brown kids that they are all perpetual victims that cannot help themselves. When they get called out, leftists then claim that CRT “doesn’t exist” or does not represent what conservatives say it represents. All you have to do is read their own books to see that this is a lie.

If you are willing to slog through the insanity of the book ‘Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed The Movement’, you will see that everything conservatives warn about when it comes to CRT is true. It is edited by Kimberle Crenshaw, widely viewed as a co-founder of critical race theory and “intersectionality.” It is also a book that you will find used as a teaching aid in most social science classes in most colleges.

I have seen leftists support BLM riots and the destruction of private property across the nation while calling them “peaceful protests”. I have also seen BLM take hundreds of millions of dollars from the very corporations and globalist institutions they claim they hate.

I have seen leftists defend Big Tech censorship of any person or group that disagrees with the woke narrative, to the point that conservatives now have to constantly self-edit key words and phrases just so algorithms do not automatically derail their accounts, and so that leftists cannot false flag their commentaries as “hate speech” or “medical misinformation.”

I have seen leftists avidly support covid lockdowns and the arbitrary destruction of hundreds of thousands of businesses as “non-essential”. I have seen them aggressively defend mask mandates despite the fact that red states which removed mask mandates had the same infection rates or even lower rates. Now I am witnessing their fevered joy as they help push forced experimental vaccination through federal and state mandates, using the threat of joblessness to intimidate those who do not comply.

In the meantime, we have seen conservatives become the overwhelming majority of people in direct opposition to all of these totalitarian activities. And still today I continue to see people try to argue that there are no sides, and that conservatives are “just as bad” as leftists. These people either do not understand what a conservative is, or they are deliberately misrepresenting reality because they have an agenda.

The bottom line is that proof is seen in action: Red states are free, blue states are enslaved. There’s no way around that.

The debate is over, at least in terms of left vs. right. The differences are stark and painfully obvious. Places with majority conservative populations are still fighting the mandates while places with a majority of leftists are perpetuating tyranny. It cannot be denied. It cannot be argued. This is reality. In this day and age if you want to be free you make sure you are surrounded by conservatives, or you become a conservative.

There is not a single blue state in the country that is not on the war path to enforce Biden’s vax mandates. There is not a single blue city in the country that is not trying to subversively teach CRT in schools. And, there is not a single blue region in the country that is not obsessed with wokism and globalism. The truth is, America has split into two completely different cultures with two completely different social objectives.

To be sure, there are some nuances in terms of geography. Blue states, for example, are often checkered with red counties that do not like the policies of the state government, but this does not change the reality of the overall political divide. I have also noted that most Europeans and people in the UK and Australia have no concept at all of what a conservative actually is. They think a conservative is a corporatist. They have been indoctrinated by their predominantly socialist and leftist systems to treat “conservative” as a four letter word. The people in these nations that oppose the leftist agenda will commonly refer to themselves as “traditional liberals”, but really, they are just conservatives that are afraid to call themselves conservatives.

I am speaking specifically on the American dynamic, however, and in this country the two sides are sharply defined.

I think that there is also a subsection of the population that does not want to admit a separation of the US is in progress even though it is a fact. They want to believe the false left/right paradigm applies to the regular population because they don’t want to accept the inevitability of the breakup of our country. They want to believe that if we just deal with the elites at the top of the pyramid that the division at the bottom will simply disappear. This is naive.

There are principles and ideals which are mutually exclusive; they cannot exist within the same society at the same time. There are moments in history when tribes form and cults rise, and generally these groups grow from either a desire to control others or a desire to remain free. We are living in such times.

The political left, according to every metric and statistic, is an antithesis to conservative principles of small government, decentralization, personal liberty, free markets, family values, etc. This does not mean all conservatives agree on every aspect of society. We don’t all share the same religious fervor, or adherence to the same denomination. We don’t all have the same ideas on what constitutes “merit”, and the things we value in terms of character traits and life choices vary. We definitely don’t all agree on solutions to the problems and enemies we face everyday, which is why organizing resistance to the mandates has taken so much time and energy. That said, we ALL agree that the leftist agenda is poison and that it is not something we can continue to live with.

I have heard it argued that if the US is broken into two parts that this will weaken us to threats from the outside. Many conservatives don’t like to accept notions of secession or the left/right paradigm because they fear foreign aggression from places like China, for instance. I would point out that this thinking lacks a sense of priority. We have to deal with the leftists/socialists/communists in our own house first before we can deal with communist on the other side of the world.

Keeping this defunct marriage between leftist culture and conservative culture going just for the sake of appearances is the most destructive policy we can have in the long run. My thinking is this: If we break up there are two possible results – We go our own separate ways peacefully and the conservative states will continue to succeed economically and socially because we will have freedom, while leftist states will continue to sink into debt and will continue to bleed citizens due to oppression. Or, we separate and the leftists try to stop us using force, and we go to war. And make no mistake, they will ultimately lose such a war.

The latter is not the most pleasant option but in either case freedom remains in the world. It is time to stop treating separation and division as integrally bad. Sometimes it is healthy and necessary. The old phrase “divide and conquer” is a misnomer for our particular situation. Often, nations and cultures are conquered from within because they refuse to separate from the riff-raff and define their moral boundaries. The right to divide is actually one of the most powerful forms of liberty there is, and it is one of the greatest protections against the leftist authoritarian movements in our midst.

 

 

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134 Comments

  • Chris Mallory November 11, 2021 at 9:36 am

    Both sides support tyranny. You will find many conservatives supporting “safety checkpoints” where government thugs stop traffic and demand papers from citizens. You will find many conservatives supporting a citizen losing their 4th Amendment rights because a trained dog signals on command. You will find many conservatives supporting immunity for government employees. You will find many conservatives saying “Just do as you are told/follow orders/lick those boots”.

    • Brandon Smith November 11, 2021 at 12:05 pm

      No conservatives support “safety checkpoints”. None. There’s not a single conservative that supports big government intrusion, because if they do, they are not a conservative. But nice try attempting to muddle the reality of the situation, which is that red states are free and blue states are not. You cannot deny the facts – Wherever there are more conservatives there is less tyranny.

      • George November 12, 2021 at 1:11 am

        Should separate by County not at state level. I the as time goes on we will divide ourselves almost tribal or clan ish by family structure possibly by work groups my area you will see police, fire and city workers banding together because of interest and for protection.

        • Brandon Smith November 12, 2021 at 1:21 am

          Much harder to separate by county than by state, but I would not be surprised if some counties in blue states that border red states try to break away and join that red state. We are already seeing this being attempted in Eastern Oregon. Also, economically a state secession would be more advantageous than a county separation, for obvious reasons.

      • Lieutenant Beale November 12, 2021 at 9:41 am

        True that Brandon.
        He is possibly confusing NeoCon with Conservative.
        They are obviously not the same.
        And, on another note, . . .
        Historically, states have “fractured” so the precedent is already set for separation.
        (Virginia/West Virginia used to be one state)
        Moreover, Texas was the only state to join the Union by treaty.
        The Republic of Texas was its own country 1836-1845. I wonder if they will lead the way and separate if the situation becomes untenable.

        • Wagrien November 13, 2021 at 11:21 am

          We may wish to remember that Texas is not the only State to have been an independent country. Hawaii was a unitary monarchy, then a republic, with international recognition until its government successfully — the second time around — petitioned the American federal government for annexation. Vermont was a more-or-less viable independent state until admission to the Union. California briefly attempted sovereignty at the outset of the Mexican War. And, most notably, each of the thirteen British colonies on the American continent which revolted in 1775 was an independent state, less united, save in language, than western Europe is today.

        • Steve c November 14, 2021 at 2:33 am

          No

      • Peter Harris November 13, 2021 at 10:42 pm

        “Wherever there are more conservatives there is less tyranny.”

        Examples?

        • Brandon Smith November 14, 2021 at 12:50 am

          Every red state in the country is fighting the mandates, mask requirements are almost non-existent and most of them are blocking the vaccine passports. Do you need other examples or is that blatantly evident enough? Maybe you didn’t read the examples I already gave in the article?

        • Brian Driscoll November 15, 2021 at 9:21 am

          Red states.

      • Light November 14, 2021 at 8:41 pm

        Well written article, Mr. Smith. I have been involved with The Texas Nationalist Movement since 2007. Although I fit the conservative mold, I am a secessionist before I am a conservative. I am a Texan before I am a conservative.

        I do not write this to be argumentative, or to in any way besmirch you, or your work. I applaud your stand against tyranny.

        The TNM is more about self-determination, and decentralization than it is about a political ideology. Having said that, you won’t find any “blue” people in our movement. Funny how that works.

        Texas will secede. Texas will become an independent Republic. We will not join any federation, confederation, or union. Large political unions are illogical.

        Once we have cut ourselves free from the federal government, we will begin severing ties with the international banking cabal that owns that government. And there is not a damn thing they can do about it.

        I hope that people all across what we now call America (and Canadians too) exercise their God given right to self-determination, throw off the shackles of The Beast, and begin anew.

        Those who choose to stand against tyranny, in any and all of its many forms, are brothers in arms in the eternal war between Good & Evil, no matter the labels others cast upon us.

        • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 7:46 pm

          I could not agree MORE.

          I always wondered why Robert E. Lee decided to join the Confederate Army even though he was an officer in the Union Army (U.S. Army before). He said that his loyalty was to his State, Virginia, and that as such he could not fight against his own people.

          NOW I understand! I have always been a Texan FIRST; and then an American (whatever being an ‘American means’). I may have to go back home because of this Covid scam, but if Texas secedes I will return post haste. And revel in the feeling.

    • Chevrus November 12, 2021 at 7:01 am

      While this may be your experience, I have seen no evidence of it…..
      “You should take the shot for the greater good….” No I have not heard it. But hey, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, free of censorship…

    • Black Cat November 13, 2021 at 8:45 am

      I think now is the time to get very clear of what it is you believe and what you are willing to label yourself and others as. Does any label truly allow for absolute responsible freedom and Liberty. Are you/we following dogmatic, rigidly structured political rhetoric or strong yet flexible ideas that allow for reasonable debate on topics that can enhance our liberties, cut out the decaying bureaucracies and return us from victimized dependent consumers to self empowered, independent free citizens.
      There are/were those who called themselves neo-conservatives whom I loathe equally to those who now identify as woke liberal progressives, this is where the lines are blurred and the false paradigms appear to merge into one great beast, it’s name’s are many, one is the State.

      • Brandon Smith November 14, 2021 at 5:25 am

        There is no flexibility when it comes to freedom vs. tyranny. Picking a side is all that remains, and conservatives are on the side of freedom, as is evidenced by the fact that red states are predominantly free of the mandates and many other globalist/leftist agendas. Neo-Conservatives are not conservatives, hence the addition of “Neo”. They are merely globalists/leftists posing as conservatives, and frankly, the vast majority of conservatives no longer tolerate fake conservatives anymore. They are being filtered out in a process that started with the Ron Paul movement back in 2007 and has been ongoing ever since. As noted in the article, the false left/right paradigm ONLY applies to the top of the pyramid, not the bottom. At the bottom there is clear and undeniable division. The leftists aren’t even pretending anymore that they are not totalitarians.

        • Black Cat November 15, 2021 at 6:12 pm

          Unfortunately both sides are idiotic and can’t see beyond their noses , they are being played. Let’s just have it already and let the world finally rest!

          • Brandon Smith November 15, 2021 at 7:01 pm

            No, I’m afraid the leftists are the ONLY side supporting medical tyranny, mass censorship, CRT indoctrination, carbon taxation propaganda, etc. Conservatives have saved many states from mandate oblivion.

      • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 7:51 pm

        Twisting and turning in knots over verbiage masquerading as “reasoning”.

        Liberty is like one Supreme Court justice famously said of pornography: ‘I can’t tell you what it is but I know it when I see it’. Likewise, one either recognizes Liberty intuitively, without tangling one’s self into knots, or not. There is no in-between. One cannot be “half-free” any more than a woman can be half-pregnant.

    • Brian Driscoll November 15, 2021 at 9:19 am

      I suspect you missed the point of the article.

  • redcabinsteve November 11, 2021 at 9:48 am

    There’s much I don’t understand about how secession would work but there’s a book by Daniel Miller to help me with that. He spoke at a Denison TX group couple of nights ago. Just like your words Brandon, all of his made complete sense. Joined his group and offered to volunteer at tnm.com

    • Truth in Tension November 12, 2021 at 5:25 pm

      TEXIT! Texas Nationalist Movement. Daniel Miller is correct, Texas must exit from the liberty killing federal leviathan.

      • Righty November 13, 2021 at 9:31 am

        If Texas secedes then other states will join them, even if they don’t border Texas.

      • Gotheart November 16, 2021 at 12:48 pm

        Are Texan still wearing mask!

        • Gotheart November 16, 2021 at 12:51 pm

          ? That was a sincere question. Not meant to be an explanation. 😐

      • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 7:53 pm

        “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness”.

    • Light November 14, 2021 at 3:58 pm

      Yep. & tnm.me is a treasure trove of information regarding self-determination that people from all over the world can learn from.

  • Matthew November 11, 2021 at 9:53 am

    Agreed. I faced the same problem in my marriage such that two moral and political divides could not coexist. Rather then destroy my progeny, I chose to separate and the results have allowed for a stark improvement in both of our lives. We don’t always have to get along, and often, it’s best if we walk the path God has for us. That being said, our nation needs to splinter in order to allow for dissolution of those who profit most from despotism. Until we walk away, we continue to feed the monster.

    • Gotheart November 14, 2021 at 5:44 am

      👊🏻 Did the same Matthew. 👍Keep goin.

  • Ol' Grey Ghost November 11, 2021 at 10:13 am

    “Or, we separate and the leftists try to stop us using force, and we go to war. And make no mistake, they will ultimately lose such a war.”

    I wouldn’t be so sure. The Leftist/Fascist of the Lincoln administration won their little war by use of genocidal tactics and techniques that should have been prosecuted as Crimes Against Humanity, but as with spoils, the victors also receive Immunity from Prosecution.

    Keep wary, keep strong, and keep on fighting. That is the route to victory…

    • Brandon Smith November 11, 2021 at 11:51 am

      Times change, and the leftists of today are utter weaklings.

      • luke2236 November 11, 2021 at 9:01 pm

        yes, but they have the support of the chicoms, the u.n., nato etc etc. Just like the war of northern aggression, the left will happily import marxist soldiers and mercenaries to quash freedom. The war criminal lincoln did it, so why would you think china joes (((handlers))) wouldnt?

        • Brandon Smith November 11, 2021 at 10:02 pm

          I EXPECT them to do it. How do you think the war against the globalists is finally going to end? We annihilate every army they throw at us using insurgent tactics while making sure the globalists are afraid to show their faces in daylight. Eventually, foreign governments are not going to want to continue wasting troops like cannon fodder in Afghanistan-times-1000. The Chinese have not fought a real war in half a century so don’t expect them to be much of a threat. The only country I would worry about in terms of military effectiveness is Russia. Also, the confederates lost because they used predominantly standard military tactics. If they had focused on guerilla tactics the Union would not have stood a chance. They should have used the lessons learned by the Founding Fathers on asymmetric warfare.

          • Thomas Yole November 12, 2021 at 2:27 pm

            Do you think Russia would deploy the Spetsnaz?

          • Chevrus November 15, 2021 at 10:27 am

            The idea of the RF deploying anything further than 1000 klicks from their border is not realistic. Furthermore, why would they want to try to take and hold someone elses territory when they have more than enough. Heck they dont even want “You broke it you buy it” Ukraine!

          • Brandon Smith November 15, 2021 at 10:48 am

            I’m more worried about a coalition force containing different foreign elements, brought to the US by the UN.

          • osi November 16, 2021 at 6:12 pm

            Are you aware that the third Nato headquarters was opened in Norfolk, VA in July 2021 ?

      • luke2236 November 11, 2021 at 9:07 pm

        I might add that the South won the war in the field; the war criminal lincoln imported [at least] 650k [verifiable] marxist mercenaries from Europe – paid for by rothschild] to bolster damnyankee ranks and commit atrocities even the most ardent federal idiot probably wouldnt. Southern leaders surrendered to stop the slaughter of civilians, rape of women and destruction of farmland, wrongly thinking that they were dealing with rational human beings with any sort of conscience. I suggest we dont make that same mistake this time.

        • Gary November 13, 2021 at 7:24 am

          Did the Irish Potatoe Famine play any role in providing foreign manpower to supply the north?

    • Soldier November 11, 2021 at 7:00 pm

      The fact that the civil war lasted as long as it did is a hat tip to how awesome southern fighting spirit was. The north dominated technologically. The south stagnated because if your primary work force is legally prohibited from reading and writing your technology can only go so far. Wealthy plantation owners had balls and gallas. They didn’t spend hours perfecting tanks and machine guns and the assembly line. If the civil war was delayed until 1910 or so the south would have been machine gunned in a week.

    • Chevrus November 12, 2021 at 7:07 am

      I am not sure how the Lincoln administration applies in any way to the USA today. Where I live, the divide is simple and obvious. The conservatives are working class, live in the woods, all own firearms and are now disgusted with the leftist agenda. The moneyed people on the left generally live in town, think the rednecks are ignorant white trash and think firearms are evil. The leftists as they exist today are not ready for hardship of any kind, while the coutry folk are two generations removed from living hard off the land. Ask yourself, who is going to be taking away the means of survival from these folks? Do you honestly think the armed forces are going to go door to door forcing injections? Do you think they will prevent people from netowrking in order to merely survive? You cannot BUY loyalty and you cannot mandate people to simply start opressing eachother, full stop.

      • Gauntlet33 November 12, 2021 at 11:44 am

        @Chevrus, totally agree on all of your points.

    • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 7:56 pm

      The Confederacy made several major and fatal mistakes, but the main one was taking their fight to the enemy. We should have fought a defensive war from our own soil. That we would have won!

  • Brian November 11, 2021 at 11:01 am

    Thanks for another good one, Brandon. I’m a conservative living in the heart of a blue zone–Eugene, Oregon. I am no longer able to substitute teach at the public schools, due to my unvaccinated status (thankfully I have carpentry and gardening skills to fall back on). Aside from the masks, it was the first serious bit of government-meddling-in-my-life I’ve experienced. Distasteful!

    Yet it’s kind of funny to see how some of my neighbors and friends know the whole media/vaccine/mandate arena is toxic and aren’t going along with it. We also have a lot of salt of the earth workers here–builders, loggers, farmers, handymen–who are surely conservative. And while many would be likely to take up arms (lots of arms here) to fight, I know many are like myself, who will simply retreat into self-employment and hope to ride out the storm peacefully. So although my pacifism may come off as weak and unhelpful to the cause, I still want to thank you for elucidating current events so nicely. And thanks to your many intelligent followers who post comments. I eagerly devour all of your writings.

    • Brandon Smith November 11, 2021 at 11:50 am

      As long as you are greatly outnumbered within your own county or city there will be no peace. They will take everything you have. Relocate to a red county or state if you hope to remain passive. It’s time for people like yourself to accept this is your only hope.

      • Andy November 11, 2021 at 3:00 pm

        You are right Brandon. With the way things are turning, one should be established among likeminded, when things turn worse.

      • redel November 11, 2021 at 9:08 pm

        And how about people leaving in canada,any advice ?

        • Brandon Smith November 12, 2021 at 12:31 am

          Leaving or living? I assume you mean living. If you can’t relocate to the US, then find a more conservative area bordering a conservative US state. I suspect when the sewage hits the fan that the borders will become “tenuous” in various places. You might even see conservative Canadians working with conservative Americans to defend against leftist oppression.

          • Redel November 12, 2021 at 8:16 am

            Sorry I wanted to say living,my brain is thinking about leaving,maybe thats why I wrote it by error.I will try to get a permit for a truck driver and I will do an immigration application.Meanwhile I will try to relocate near Montana or North Dakota borders,I dunno what state is the most conservative.thanks

          • Brandon Smith November 12, 2021 at 11:37 am

            Both states are very conservative.

    • Joy November 12, 2021 at 7:24 am

      I’m from the same town. I wrote to Ron Wyden, our Senator, protesting the idea of imposition of vaccine passports and he emailed back a form reply…..don’t worry they are working on a vaccine passport that is equitable for all. So there you have it, we’re screwed.

    • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 8:01 pm

      Brian, I am a Texan ‘living in the heart of a blue zone’: Northwestern Washington. I’ve been doing the same thing you have (other than that I am retired), but this question is fundamental, as Brandon rightly has said often.

      I am reminded of something that Catherine Austin Fitts said recently on Greg Hunter’s show. I will paraphrase: “We are at a point now where there is no way to be middle-of-the-road, because the middle-of-the-road is no longer there”.

  • DavidC November 11, 2021 at 11:59 am

    Great to have finally caught a discussion early.

    Hi Brandon, et al. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    I’m 32 years-old, former adjunct philosophy instructor at a university, paper published in Journal of Applied Business and Economics in December 2020, specialized in intersection of political philosophy, politics, and economics.

    Background to Resignation from University
    -2020: university tried to make me wear a mask. I wouldn’t. So, for two semesters they had me doing virtual teaching.
    -September 2021: university announced all faculty have to be vaccinated by November (they moved this to Jan. 4.)
    -Instead of trying to fight through a lawsuit (no standing as a adjunct/contractor anyway), I put that money into finding an apartment in the most red county I could find, far away from that blue city, and resigned.

    What I’ve done in the last two months:
    -stocked up on 4 months worth of canned food (enough to last the winter at least), much of I already had on hand from last spring’s temporary shortages
    -resigned from university
    -moved from blue Tucson to a small town in red Pinal County where Board of Sups voted against mask mandates last year, locals very conservative and libertarian
    -reached out to local Pinal County GOP leadership, attended two club meetings, district meeting, school board meeting
    -met the conservative supervisor of my county district, explained my situation, he said to email my resume and circulate it around, so I did
    -changed voter registration from Pima County to Pinal County
    -signed up to be precinct committeeman

    What I Need Advice On
    -I’m new to the area (been here three weeks) and no one knows me. I’ve gone to local GOP meetings and asked people for a job, any job. The problem is, I’m too specialized in reading and writing, no hands-on experience, no trade experience. I want to learn a trade, but I still need to keep food on the table in the meantime. Got my rent/bills/insurance taken care of through November, but after that things will get dicey
    -How do I network with fellow conservatives and libertarians, and make myself useful to the cause of liberty? In particular, I want to be employed by conservatives and libertarians, but no one will interview me (yet) since I don’t have backgrounds in electricity, plumbing, etc. where they need assistants, and I understand their viewpoint, they would have to train me knowing nothing about these fields and would prefer to hire someone with a background. Plus, I get that due to inflation, it’s harder for small business owners to find money for hiring
    -I just know there has to be some use for my specific narrow skill set of reading and writing, some application of these which could be of service to the people in the place I’ve decided to call home, while I figure what trade to practice. Still, networking outside of academia is new territory for me, and being a city boy isn’t helping me–folks around here are very friendly to me so far, but friendliness alone won’t pay the bills.
    -Also, I’ve made clear to those I’ve met that I’m not looking for a handout, just an opportunity to WORK for like-minded people and not for some corporation that doesn’t care about liberty or is trying to suppress it via the globalist agenda.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!

    • Spartan November 12, 2021 at 5:36 am

      Find a good local church to join. I’m sure some of your new friends have asked you to attend one of their services. Even if you’re not particularly religious, as I am, you should consider your circumstances and the benefits of affiliating with a community of godly people. Lots of networking with these folks will go a long way. Also be willing to take a job outside your area of experience even if you need to start at the bottom. You’re in a new area with new people and you need to prove yourself. You’re going to have to get creative if you want to continue using your experience and education from the past. Writing for a newpaper, blog, etc. Good luck.

      • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 12:11 pm

        Thank you, Spartan, for this advice. Yes I’m not religious but definitely not anti-religious, and have always been economically conservative. I guess my conscience will be clear if I reach out to churches and make clear that I’m not going to pretend to be a Christian, and that we have many overlapping beliefs. One other thing is that I’m joining the County party walking event this Saturday, going around to get conservative candidates on the ballot. Really looking forward to that, since I just became a precinct committeeman. What I want is to be a part of this small community in Pinal County so that when the shooting starts, we can help each other survive. My own personal prospects for surviving went up just by leaving Tucson, something I should have done long ago but the injection mandate BS was the last straw for me.

        • Gotheart November 14, 2021 at 6:51 am

          Home Depot is hiring in Casa Grande, in Pinal County.

          • Gotheart November 15, 2021 at 7:17 am

            Ya’d meet a lot of folks that may take you to a better connection. However. Being a tutor is a big need. My son in Austin pays 600. Each a month for his first grader and kidengardner to attend a private school only 2 days a week. 😮 A tutor would be a much better investment. You are needed to teach the true history of our country to our children who are being indoctrinated with faux history. You are gonna be a real asset where you land. Work for yourself mask free and appreciated. Keep goin. 👍

    • Pat B November 14, 2021 at 8:08 pm

      If you’re not adverse to hard work; or getting your hands dirty; while getting some good exercise – buy a commercial lawnmower,an edger, broom. Hand out flyers in nearby neighborhoods to mow and edge and clean up. Even trim trees and shrubbery. Fall is the time to do all of that. Whatever it takes to put food on the table;pay the heating bill for a very cold Winter just ahead; and pay the mortgage.

      Where there’s a will to work and creative thinking there’s always a way! Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty and learn some new skills. There are still working people, even many elderly, that don’t want to mow their lawns, or can’t do yard work.

      Bill, the guy I just hired to trim back some dead tree branches; overgrown shrubbery; and several rose bushes charged $650.00 for 1 and 1/2 hours worth of work using 2 helpers.

      In the meantime, my neighbor 2 doors down came by who needed some trees pruned back. So he earned another $450.00 for 1 hour of work. And in the meantime, the owner let his 2 workers do that job while he went off to make another job estimate…and this was on Columbus Day! He earned well over $1400.00 that day with enough to pay his workers.

      Things were very similar in the early 70’s. (my guess before your time) All Government contracts were stopped. Engineering and manufacturing went down the tubes. The whole industry stopped from aircraft and missiles, including the many companies that made all the parts – screws, nuts and bolts, engines, etc. to build them. Gas stations had lines blocks long, when they had gasoline, with fights for cutting in the lines.

      Highly qualified and highly paid Engineers were flipping burgers at McDonald’s for pennies on the dollar and divorces were rampant. Working for yourself, doing the work of mowing and edging peoples lawns; and digging up their lawns so they could plant vegetable seeds for food earned us more money that the military industrial complex!

      History always repeats itself as it is doing now. But this time nothing is coming back. NOTHING! America, and all other nations, is NOT coming back. There is a whole new and different paradigm coming into play. The beast system is dying a slow death over the next several years.

      Learn to do something new and different. There is a huge famine coming. The evidence is already here. Buy and plant lots of HEIRLOOM vegetable seeds that you grow and save from year to year. Dig up the lawn and grow your own food. Grow what you eat and eat what you grow. There’s great satisfaction in just going out the kitchen door and picking your lunch!

      Study your Bible, or buy one and read it. Everything in there is a warning to what is happening and with much more to come. We are only just dabbling our toes in the water now. It will get much deeper very soon.

      • Chevrus November 15, 2021 at 10:30 am

        Funny thing, I am about to embark on just such a business! Of courses I have done landscape and horticulture off and on since I was a kid….that helps.

        • Pat B November 15, 2021 at 4:34 pm

          Chevrus –
          There are and will be more people planting gardens to feed their families. Most people don’t know diddly-squat about how to even start a garden; how to make a compost pile; what are OpenPollinated/Heirloom seeds (both the same thing). There are more than a few ways to go with this business.

          All the very best to you in this endeavour. One thing – there is good money in this, especially cash payments – remember what you don’t hold in your hand, you don’t own. And even that will be taken away by the powerz-that-be one day soon.

  • Oklahomawoman November 11, 2021 at 1:22 pm

    Californiawoman has become Oklahomawoman. Have been here about 3 weeks with my husband. Haven’t needed a mask since I got here since masks are optional. That little bit of freedom feels so refreshing that it’s hard to put into words. Restaurants are available because vaccines are not required. Church service was of mostly unmasked people. Feels like the old days. There are still issues with vaccination and jobs but being retired has its advantages (so far)

    • Gauntlet33 November 12, 2021 at 11:51 am

      Congratulations! My wife is pushing me to make the move now from CA to SC, but she’s 4 months pregnant and I recall a passage from the Bible warning not to move or travel (during the Tribulation) during winter. Her reasonable fear is that the borders will be closed soon, but I’m still crossing my fingers that we can move around June of next year after our child is born.

      • Gotheart November 14, 2021 at 7:02 am

        Best listen to the woman you selected. You best move before the SHTF. Or as you call it tribulation. Ain’t no tribulation now compared to what we are anticipating. Crossing fingers? Are you kiddin me? Moving NOW is not as difficult as moving with a brand new baby. You best uncross them fingers and get goin for your family’s sake. Just sayin. 👍

        • Pat B November 14, 2021 at 8:13 pm

          Crossing fingers same as knocking on wood!!! The Almighty doesn’t hear either! Just sayin.’

      • dipdooo November 15, 2021 at 12:17 am

        Seriously. Once that baby is born you aren’t moving for at least a year.

      • Gauntlet33 November 15, 2021 at 1:48 pm

        Hey guys, I really appreciate and I’m surprised by all the responses. Aside from the great weather and lots to do around here, I was born and raised in LA, so it would be heart-breaking for me to leave after 45 years. Also, the biggest problem is that if we leave, we may never be able to come back as the airlines are literally spraying the cabins on the planes with some “disinfectant” so we would have to drive back 3,000 miles to get back to CA, and there’s a high chance that my parents won’t fly out to SC to see us, so it might be the last time we see them if we leave. Also, I would be saddened if my dad who has severe Alzheimer’s doesn’t get to see his only grandson in person. Anyway, it was over a year ago when I thought we had to pull the trigger and move out (thinking that borders may soon be closed), but lo and behold the borders are still open (for now), so I’m playing it by ear day by day to guide me on when the time to go is…AND I promised my mom over and over that I wouldn’t leave unless there was some “catastrophe”, so that’s my threshold.

        • Gotheart November 16, 2021 at 1:01 pm

          Best be thinkin bout your woman and new born first. Not your mom and dad and your emotional heart strings. Just sayin. Best of luck. Gonna need it. 👍

        • osi November 16, 2021 at 6:17 pm

          The spirit will move you so you can trust that.
          Only you can make the decision for you.
          As my father used to say “I can’t tell you what to do. You’re the one on the firing line. “

      • Pat B November 15, 2021 at 11:04 pm

        The tribulation has not really started yet. This is just the beginning, the preliminary. Who knows what will happen even tomorrow let alone next year? Things will change quickly, in one hour.

        If you study your Bible and are a believer..do what the Holy Spirit tells you to do. Hear His Voice.

        Right now, today, we are exactly where Moses and the millions of Israelites were when they left Egypt where they were held captive as slaves for over 400 years. They quickly left a country and people they knew and then were going into a new place they knew nothing about. We are at that same place in this time and age.

        What did Yahweh say to Moses when they were at the Red Sea with the Egyptians coming hard after them to kill them. ? “Why do you keep calling out to me for help? Tell the Israelites to move forward.” He already had His plan for them. They needed to move forward in their faith and trust in His plan for them going into an unknown place.

        That’s exactly where America and the rest of the the world is right now. We’re just like that time. So there is a comparison for today.

    • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 12:22 pm

      Hi Oklahomawoman, I just moved last month from a blue city (Tucson, AZ) to a red county (Pinal, AZ), and it really is the difference between red and blue city/state. CA is toast, so it’s a good thing you left the sinking ship. Most of my family is in Fresno (half the family is conservative, half moderate), and it was one of the few cities where the virus propaganda had not completely overtaken the locals–at least as of August this year. It’s sad for me though, since I don’t know when the next I’ll visit my California family. It really is becoming blue state/city = slave, and red state/county = free. So many Californians have been pouring into PHX as of late, can’t blame them. Also, one thing I haven’t been able to get away from entirely are masks and injection mandates, even up here, for the simple reason that even though up here they don’t even bother if signs on the door saying you have to wear a mask, you do have to wear one to work almost anywhere. For the moment, I’ve resigned myself to the idea that anywhere I work I’ll have to wear a mask, until I can come up with more creative means of making a living, perhaps as an independent contractor of some sort.

    • Thomas Yole November 12, 2021 at 2:34 pm

      Which city in California did you used to live in?

  • Concerned November 11, 2021 at 1:32 pm

    Apologies for the very long reply! This is an important topic and I have a few thoughts…

    One of the most salient points made in this article is this:

    “Republicans and conservatives are actually willing to engage in honest debate…”

    This is the premise of the 1st amendment, and the reason 1A was chosen to be first. Our voices and words are the basis of communicating, as an inalienable means to establish unabridged expression, understanding, and awareness, towards alignment on common principles and beliefs. Without the freedom to express ourselves and openly debate, liberty is replaced with forced alignment to the strongest voice. Another way to say this is that in terms of human belief and influence, most people (the majority) are pre-disposed to let others do most of their thinking when it comes to politics and ideological philosophy.

    Looking at each of the issues examined in this article (Critical Race Theory, BLM, big tech censorship, the covid lockdowns and vax mandates), one of the predominant themes of each is the silencing of dissenting voices, and the proliferation and normalization of progressive viewpoints. This proliferation has been virtually infused all cultural institutions, including education, government, media, the arts, sports and entertainment, and religion. And yes, I include religion because with few exceptions, most religious institutions that aren’t silent on these issues are lukewarm at best. On a side note, this concept of open expression and dialogue is equally applicable to science. Squelched scientific debate equals squelched science.

    That being said, with the goal of preserving liberty and the Constitution (at all costs), and openly debating the separation proposal (as devils advocate) I’m curious about a few fundamentals regarding how a separation like this would work. For example:

    1. Knowing that one of the fundamental goals of globalists has been to dis-unite and break up the United States into smaller bite-sized chunks (e.g. the current nation is too powerful with too many guns to fight head-on), how does separation protect conservatives from a long-term globalist agenda? Is it possible that separation would only be a temporary relief measure, and is a move that the globalist anticipate, so we would be walking into their trap?

    2. Given progressive and financial elite control over almost all institutions, whose to say the elites won’t be the ones calling the shots, masquerading as patriotic conservatives in order to speed up the divide, leaving the other half of he US under their full control? One possible example could be the former President Trump, the leader behind Operation Warp Speed, who still promotes the clot shots. How would separation look if Trump were leading the movement? You would end up with a majority of Republicans supporting, and completely unable to cognitively acknowledge that he’s aligned with the globalists.

    3. And assuming such a movement wasn’t controlled by opposition, what economic ramifications are involved for the new nation, both domestically and internationally, and how will the elites manipulate the international response? I’d bet pretty much everything that this new country would be portrayed as the next axis of evil nation, alongside perpetual scapegoats like Iran and North Korea.

    Obviously a list like this could go on forever. What about the military? Do those who secede get to take equipment and nukes? What about industry? Will “woke” companies pack up and decimate economic foundations in states? What about the progressives left behind in the newly separated states? Will they leave? Will they resist? Will they be ideologically aligned to their comrades outside of the new country, and secretly contribute to undermining the effort?

    Here’s my bottom line opinion: Separation may be a last resort requirement for conservatives. It will be fraught with risks and it will never be pretty. It will also never be as prosperous as would hope. But it will be better than living under the authoritarian umbrella that is rapidly expanding over this nation on a daily basis.

    But…before expending the effort to separate, why not start by expending the same level of energy and commitment to unite? When a team steps out onto a field and is facing a determined opposition, do they start the game by deciding to only hold their half of the field? Wouldn’t that be a losing proposition from the very outset? Why not start in the US by pushing for unity rather than separation? When was the last national unity rally? Where’s the national campaign for awareness and alignment to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights? Why so quick to fight for the divide when the full, nationwide, broadly funded fight for unity hasn’t even made it into the planning stage?

    I believe this nation is worth fighting for. Yes, things are very, very bad. And getting worse every day. We’re in the midst of the largest manipulation of humanity in history, and it’s not going to get better without a massive, historic effort. My vote is to fight first to win and maintain this great nation. If such an effort is mounted and ultimately fails, then, and only then, should we pursue a separation, and all of the potential risks and dangerous that will come along with it.

    • osi November 11, 2021 at 6:52 pm

      I don’t feel comfortable lumping “Republicans” into the conservative basket.
      Those of congress who call themselves Republicans are mostly corrupted fakes.
      Easy to get fooled with terms.

    • Brandon Smith November 11, 2021 at 7:09 pm

      1) What evidence do you have that this is one of their goals? In fact, they react quite violently to any mention of secession. I guarantee that if any red state seeks open secession they will do everything in their power to try to stop it. The basic premise of your argument falls apart when you actually look at globalist behavior. As noted in the article, war is coming regardless. Better to be organized among like minded people within places with actual defensible boundaries rather than having the Cheka hunt us down using our own neighbors as informants. I suggest reading up on the history of communist takeovers for greater insight about what NOT to do; i.e., there is no such thing as “unification” with these people without assimilation.

      2) In a conservative framework the frauds would be quickly weeded out. One cannot pretend to be a conservative for long without being discovered. Your own example (Trump) proves my point. The majority of conservatives were not happy with his performance and many of his decisions by the end of his first term, nor are we happy with his continued support of Operation Warp Speed. He has been booed by large crowds of conservatives just for mentioning it. You seem to think conservatives follow blindly like leftists, but this is simply not reality.

      3) How the globalists “portray us” is irrelevant. Yes, there are a million hypothetical scenarios you can play out in your mind but none of them are relevant to the real world, because the ultimate bottom line is this: WE CANNOT LIVE TOGETHER. PERIOD. THERE IS NO UNITY. WAKE UP AND STOP FANTASIZING ABOUT AMERICA AS IT WAS, BECAUSE IT IS OVER.

      You should read the article again because I just spent several pages outlining this point in detail. You also contradict yourself on several matters. You say that the leftists/globalists control all our institutions and act as though separation would be impossible, then you say we should “fight first” to take back a country which has already been, in your view, completely overrun. This is the opposite of smart tactics and the exact kind of delusion I am arguing against in this article. Separation and organization is a fundamental prerequisite to effective self defense. If you are Kyle Rittenhouse, you don’t stay in the middle of the leftist mob and defend from a position of weakness, you run as fast as you can to avoid being slaughtered and hope you can get to a defensible position.

      It sounds very noble to say “this country is worth saving”, but by your own admission it’s actually not worth saving, at least not in the way you describe. You need to let go of the notion of maintaining the US as it is and start focusing on the REAL objective, which is defeating and eliminating the globalists in the longer term.

      • Mike Hendrix November 11, 2021 at 11:48 pm

        What I call America That Was in fact WAS worth saving, well worth saving. For many reasons,–some actually to our credit as decent human beings, some not so much–we didn’t save it. The longer we go on clinging to a long since shattered dream, the tougher the fight is going to be: longer, bloodier, more expensive in every way, with victory commensurately more uncertain. It’s all right there in the history books, any time one cares to look.

      • FedUpFLman November 12, 2021 at 8:26 am

        Yeah..
        I am realizing this is the time for secession, if any time.
        I was told that would only allow them to reconstruct the initial Constitution and “god given rights”, that scared me away from COS….
        Unfortunately Brandon, we have very feminine girly men nowadays. Nothing like the men prior to us! I have made my prayers to God, and I’ll be fine if killed today.
        What i WON’T DO, is watch my kids grow up in some CRT, cheating, lying, pedophilia acceptance dump.
        WE HAVE TRIED PEACEFUL!

        Please enlighten me on COS, for those who know more about it.
        Thanks Brandon! Amazing work

      • Concerned November 12, 2021 at 12:48 pm

        Brandon – I appreciate your passion and determination. And your openness to debate. Thanks for that! In all sincerity, I disagree with you. Not on everything, of course. You make great points.

        I don’t dispute your sentiments and I support the perspective that something significant (and powerful) needs to be done.

        I’m well versed in the history behind communist takeovers, and I agree with your advice that understanding the history of communist movements is important. When J. Rockefeller colleague Jacob Schiff bankrolled Trotsky (while Trotsky was publishing his rag in New York), with support from Woodrow Wilsons advisor Mandell House, it was the money powers who were responsible for the 1917 revolution and in control behind the scenes the whole time.

        Not much different from China, really. One example in that tragedy is when Chiang Kai-shek begged the US for support against Mao. The US response was to move US military forces out of the region, allowing the communists to defeat the democratic Chinese government. The list goes on and on in terms of how many times this story repeated. In all cases, it’s the globalist money powers who are behind the communist takeover. After all, communism is the purist form of monopoly, for those in control. Why wouldn’t the globalist bankers want that? It gives them everything, including the people.

        Since we’re talking about communism, Yugoslavia is an interesting example worth understanding from a current US context. I recall the days when I would visit Yugoslavia as a whole nation. Most of the citizens at the time were Tito fans. Josip Tito was the Yugoslavian leader who resisted Soviet intervention and hard-core communism by stopping Soviet tanks at the border. In my opinion, Tito was no hero, but he introduced a “softer” form of authoritarianism that allowed private property, business ownership, and domestic/international travel.

        As a result of private property and business ownership, communist Yugoslavia had a booming tourist industry. The Adriatic resorts and restaurants were bustling for half the year. Culturally, regions like Bosnia were ethnically mixed. Christians and Muslims intermarried and lived among each other with no differentiation or disharmony. I recall spending time in a Muslim-owned bar in a small mountain village, drinking beer with both Christians and Muslims. No different from grabbing a beer at any typical bar in the US – where nobody is concerned about the religion of the person next to them. Obviously that all changed. To understand how that change took place, we need look no further than what we’re being subject to now in the US. The question is “Why”?

        I was living and traveling in Europe in 1989 when the Berlin Wall came down and we witnessed the rapid disintegration of the Soviet Union. Gorbachev, who moved on to teach his communist doctrine at Georgetown, wrote that these were the first steps towards the emergence of “the new Euro-Soviet”, which he described as the gradual integration of Soviet ideology into European socio-political ideology. Our conservative history tells us that Reagan brought down the wall, yet Gorbachev stated 30 years ago that this was a move to break down barriers, as a step towards pulling Europe in a Soviet direction. Looking at Europe today, I think it’s safe to say that Gorbachev was probably closer to the truth than most conservative US historians might be willing to admit.

        Getting back to Yugoslavia and Tito, Soviet Russia had maintained control over the many communist satellite countries. With the exception of Yugoslavia. When the Berlin Wall came down and Eastern Europeans were unleashed from their communist bondage, things in Yugoslavia would have remained more or less the same. Yugoslavians were ideologically united as the “better” form of communist socialism, with mostly happy people who could travel, own property and businesses, and had relatively few restrictions in contrast to the Soviets. This was a problem for Europe, and their long-term authoritarian goals. Yugoslavia’s leadership wasn’t aligned with the European central banking objectives (e.g. the Euro) or the plans for a European Parliament. Importantly, Yugoslavia also physical separated Greece and Turkey from the rest of Europe. This was a massive thorn in the side of policy makers (and the money powers behind them) who were dead set on integrating Europe under a single authoritarian economic umbrella. Something needed to be done.

        Without getting into all of the gory details, the Yugoslavian people were subject to a massive propaganda campaign on all fronts. Ethnic, religious, and economic lies, obfuscations, and manipulation became the norm. And disruptive tactics that made everyday life unpredictable. I recall one evening in December 1990. I was with American friends in a packed restaurant/bar district in a Yugoslavian resort city. The local area was absolutely packed with people, mostly locals, enjoying the holiday season with friends and family at bars and restaurants. Our bar suddenly filled with tear gas so heavy that breathing was hardly possible. Everyone poured out into the street only to find that the same was happening at all of the establishments. Tear gas canisters were also up and down the streets in all directions, forcing everyone entirely out of the area.

        What was happening was part of an undermining of faith in the Yugoslavian government system, in alignment with the propaganda attacks on culture and religions that heavily involved setting people against each other based on their differences. This, along with significant provocations, such as importing mujahideen fighters from Pakistan to attack Christians, set the stage for atrocities, hatred, and the regional conflicts that became civil war. As this happened, the EU and the US ignored the plea’s of Yugoslavians who begged for interventional assistance. Similar to the US response to plea’s from Chiang Kai-shek begging for help against Mao and his mob. Instead, the EU and US sat back and licked their chops, waiting to take the spoils. The people referred to UN forces as “the United Nothings” because they sat and watched as atrocities were committed under their noses.

        Yes, NATO forces finally intervened …after the former Yugoslavians were on their knees and helpless. After years of bloodshed, atrocities, sieges, and forced depravity for millions of people. As a result, the people of Yugoslavia have separated themselves along ethnic and cultural lines, into bite-sized chunks that were easily and readily absorbed into the EU money power machine. And the money powers gobbled up all remaining industry and real estate at pennies on the dollar.

        From a historical perspective, we should be asking ourselves if there are parallels between the Balkanization of Yugoslavia and the goals of separating the US into smaller, less powerful states? Here’s a question: If you were among the globalist bankers, watching a separation of conservatives from the rest of America, would you be grinning because you’re winning, or would you be frowning because you disagree? We know what they did in Yugoslavia, with a separation that was orchestrated for their purposes.

        Are you suggesting that’s not the case in the US, and that all of the time and money invested by globalists into the issues separating us weren’t planned to push us in this direction? Do you think the globalists behind all of these issues are naïve and didn’t think this would push a call for separation? This is what they want. It would be naïve to think otherwise.

        I’ll summarize with a well known parable:

        “A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been brought to the town, but none of them were aware of its shape and form. Out of curiosity, they said: “We must inspect and know it by touch, of which we are capable”. So, they sought it out, and when they found it they groped about it. The first person, whose hand landed on the trunk, said, “This being is like a thick snake”. For another one whose hand reached its ear, it seemed like a kind of fan. As for another person, whose hand was upon its leg, said, the elephant is a pillar like a tree-trunk. The blind man who placed his hand upon its side said the elephant, “is a wall”. Another who felt its tail, described it as a rope. The last felt its tusk, stating the elephant is that which is hard, smooth and like a spear.”

        This is the story behind the separation of America. Reality is that we’re facing a massive, single-minded effort to destroy the last bastion of freedom on the planet. Most conservatives don’t have the historical perspective to recognize the depth and breadth of the issue. The globalists know they can’t break us directly, so like the Balkans, they’ve sown the seeds to foment a break-up. Unable to recognize the elephant, conservatives are instead responding to the issues, in full alignment to the plans of the money powers.

        • Brandon Smith November 12, 2021 at 6:07 pm

          Again, there’s no evidence to support your theory, since the globalists fight tooth and nail to undermine any discussion of separation. You keep saying that they want the breakup of the US, but you show no proof. Furthermore, Yugoslavia broke up because it was inevitable anyway; cultural differences and economic decline should have caused it to happen sooner. Instead, they tried to keep the country “united”, and genocide was the result. Freedom is NOT a country, freedom is an ideal. It survives because certain groups keep it alive where they live. Freedom does not need a singular border in order to survive. Clinging to the old America is not going to keep freedom safe. In fact, it will only hasten its demise.

  • Andy November 11, 2021 at 3:25 pm

    Hi David,

    With Internet, you don’t need to work in your immediate proximity. I have learnt a lot from reading Brandon’s articles over the years, and have been influenced in setting the goal to “live rural, work global” by use of Internet (I am an IT professional with niche skills). I was already on my way to implement this vision when Covid emerged. I have been once to customer premises for the last 18 months yet I am fully occupied. Organisations have matured signficantly in sourcing services remotely.

    There are various freelancer sites that you could check out. Also, could you develop and deliver courses or trainings within your area of expertise, over the Internet?

    I congratulate you on your move and hope that you will find work, be it onsite or remote.

    • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 12:33 pm

      Thanks Andy. I did experiment with YouTube philosophy videos back in 2016 and enjoyed it, and obviously as a teacher I’m familiar with content creation in a narrow sense of gathering materials. So, perhaps it would be possible to develop and deliver courses and trainings in the areas I’m knowledgeable about. Do you happen to know of a platform where I’d stand a fighting chance of getting my content out to conservative people who would be willing to pay for it (on the assumption that they find it valuable?) I’m thinking somewhere along the lines of a curricula in history and philosophy for home-schooled high school students, or something to that effect.

      • Eric November 14, 2021 at 6:11 am

        Hi DavidC, we are neighbors, relatively speaking, living in Chandler, AZ. I’ve been a long-time follower of Brandon’s, and saw your posts and wanted to throw some ideas out. I’m sure you’ve already heard of all of these, but wanted to post anyway for the benefit of everyone who stumbles onto this thread.

        1. Become a teacher on http://www.udemy.com
        2. Offer tutoring services on http://www.tutor.com
        3. Offer teaching “gigs” on http://www.fiverr.com. Fiverr was originally created as a place for creative professionals to sell their services, i.e. copyrighting, marketing promotion, graphic design, to smaller companies that lacked the budget to bring in expensive full-service marketing firms. But Fiverr has expanded dramatically, and now “gigs” can be all kinds of things, and if you search “teach philosophy” on the site you’ll immediately see others who are offering teaching services over the web.

        We know people here in Phx metro who’ve already pulled their kids out of school over CRT and are now home-schooling. While most are also educated themselves and they’ve had to learn teaching plans on the fly, I have to believe they’d welcome the ability to put the kids in front of the computer for an hour and have someone like-minded teach them philosophy and other subjects in a structured, customized environment tailored to their kids’ various ages.

        We don’t have kids ourselves, so again I’m just throwing this out there without any personal experience – I’m just trying to help – and I think you’re smart to be learning new trades but there may be ways to continue with teaching across these online platforms. I have no doubt there are plenty of conservative parents who desperately want to give their children exposure to exactly the kind of specialized thinking you can offer.

        • Pat B November 14, 2021 at 8:58 pm

          To David C. –
          There are many very excellent home schooling programs available. Many are faith based, some are not. The Christian schools in my area are nearly overcrowded as parents have pulled their children out of public schools (long before this plague hit) because of what is being taught that is very much against their personal and faith-based values. So that would be a consideration of who you are going to be teaching.

          Getting the children together in one place would be good group interaction, lots of learning, sharing together, and yes…fun. I save any bird feather whether from a raven or hawk, a dead or alive insect, a colorful rock I find and my 10 year old great grandson can tell you all about it! He designs his own games and puts together puzzles in minutes.

          My granddaughter has always home schooled their 2 children. Parents share one or two days a week in teaching a specific topic. One neighbor who specializes in math has the group learning different levels of math one day a week depending on the child’s age and skill level. There are a variety of ways to learning.

          Home schoolers are way, way ahead of public schools and the teaching is not politically correct N.E.A. indoctrination…oops, “studies.”

          Being a Tutor is a great help to parents and a big help to the children. Some kids also need that private teaching to get their slower learning skills up to speed. And some children have learning disabilities where individual teaching works best. I would think that first knowing the parent’s values and what they expect for their child would be helpful in what you would teach if that is your path. God bless you in finding your path.

          • 253045 November 15, 2021 at 12:42 pm

            “because of what is being taught that is very much against their personal and faith”

            A free society does not have government schools. I would oppose State schools even if I agreed with what they taught.

            The financing is at gun point, and so is the attendance. Most conservatives are NOT bothered by this. How many conservatives know that the Pledge of Allegiance was written by a Communist/Socialist? [Francis Bellamy, 1892]

            In 1914 the head of the Federal Dept. of Education: “Now the question is raised, do the schools exist for the students, or do the students exist for the schools? The answer is the latter.” This means the students are enslaved to the system.

      • Gauntlet33 November 16, 2021 at 10:02 am

        Hi DavidC, my wife homeschools our 7 yr old by paying for outschool.com courses on the internet. Teachers have a set fee and schedule for their classes. You might want to check it out.

  • David Homer November 11, 2021 at 5:34 pm

    It seems to me that the leftists are not going to give up easily. When their Covid scheme begins to fail and their goals have not been achieved they won’t give up. Watch for another plan to get us all to ask for the government to step in and help. I think this will be the Climate Change agenda. Biden has already started to eliminate fossil fuels in the US. When we are all cold and hungry and can’t get the things we need, we will be told that the government can help us if we comply with whatever mandates they come up with. The path ahead will not be easy.

    • Steve November 12, 2021 at 4:39 am

      David: agreed. It will either be “climate change”, or a new kind of germ (Gates is already talking about this) or a cyber attack. The problem for the Left is that won’t give easily either. Bring it on and let’s get this over with!

    • Chevrus November 12, 2021 at 7:17 am

      Absolutely the case. Climate Lockdowns are headed this way…the indoctrination period is complete and at this point millions can be mobilized into a panic. I have to listen to my old dad fret about C02 and methane and then say ‘oh well we wont be able to stop it’. Imagine what indioctrination in the mind of a 10 year old looks like….?

      • dipdooo November 16, 2021 at 9:57 am

        Not sure how old he is…but IMHO the boomer generation is the worst generation in history. Complete sheep, completely mindless. They were terrible raising our generation and we are the ones fixing it. I have hope that the 10 year olds have better minds than the 60+ year olds.

        • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 8:39 pm

          Well you do not know what you are talking about. I am a so-called Boomer (born 1948) and I am not a sheep or mindless. Nor are many in my cohort. In fact my generation was the one that revolted against the White Bread Culture of the Man in the Grey Flannel Suit. Many of the things you have seen in your time came originally from this generation such as organic foods, back to Earth, a new kind of popular music, strong individualism across the board, anti-Establishment, Eastern philosophy, and so on.

          But there is no such thing as “the worst generation” any more than there is “the greatest generation”. Each cohort of generations has their positives and negatives, just as does the Human Being in toto. And I think if you knew my two sons you’d have to admit that my wife and I did a better than fair-to-middlin’ job.

          Your remark really should embarrass you. It’s just plain silly.

  • Greg B November 11, 2021 at 5:53 pm

    The Kyle Rittenhouse case is yet another example for why separation is needed. Aside from the leftists going out of their way to destroy that poor kid, it was recently discovered that the FBI actually sat on evidence that would not only exonerate Kyle but effectively render this whole shitshow of a trial unnecessary to begin with. It’s clear to me that the conservative right is the only side that actually cares about justice, the Constitution or the rule of law and the only way we can preserve these things is to sever all ties with the Left and the federal government.

    • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 12:36 pm

      Yeah, they resent the fact that Kyle defended himself and killed their collectivist kind. That kind of damage by just one individual makes them nervous because shows them to be very aggressive, but very weak (paper tigers.)

      • Amuzed_Traveler November 13, 2021 at 9:33 pm

        And had one of those criminals killed Kyle, no one would have seen the inside of any courtroom

        • Greg B. November 14, 2021 at 8:50 am

          If they did it wouldn’t be televised.

      • Greg B. November 14, 2021 at 8:43 am

        I’m inclined to agree. This is much bigger than Rittenhouse; this is about the ability of individuals like him or you or I to take matters of personal or community security into our own hands. Leftists hate the idea of people taking action on their own without getting government permission first.

  • Pat B November 11, 2021 at 8:59 pm

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-11-10-genocide-childrens-hospitals-flooded-infant-cardiac-patients.html

    Most people really don’t seem to get the true jist of all the destruction, and the huge potential for much more yet to come. This goes way beyond “Where do I move to escape what’s coming” – Truly, you can’t! “What about a job change.” and on and on. It is pervasive whether living in Red or Blue. England, Australia or America. And very, very soon will be. Most truly have no idea that this is a real war…not with guns and ammunition but a war between good and evil. God and Satan.

    A war where the evil is pervasive (for a time) and people seem oblivious. A war between a population just waking up. And pure satanic evil making and instigating death of all ages, race, and nationality where death is to be made legal.

    When a too trusting population decide to put anything into their bodies without at least a cursory check of the chemicals and ingredients involved; questioning “who is behind all of this and what is their agenda” ” Why is an internet, technology guy making vaccines and dabbling in drugs??” ….it’s never a good agenda when it starts at the top of the political/financial food chain.

    Naivete’ is never a valid reason when information is right at our fingertips. Even waiting, pausing a little while until more information is known instead of just panicking and being overtaken by fear, and taking everything as truth….in any circumstance.

    And when it involves our children, or the potential to have children, or taking an unproved substance, any toxic substance when pregnant, or planning to get pregnant, or at least preventing pregnancy in the first place until more is revealed….its astounding at the lack of seeking the truth, and lack of care, wisdom and discernment.

    • Amuzed_Traveler November 13, 2021 at 9:36 pm

      My (ex) gf reads the label of every food stuff she buys. Very careful what she eats. Got jabbed while I was out of state visiting grandsons. I’m very worried for her.

      • Pat B November 14, 2021 at 8:19 pm

        Time to get on your knees before the Almighty and pray for her. Prayer works! I’ll join you in your prayers from CA.

        • 253045 November 15, 2021 at 12:09 pm

          . . .the left is already on its knees before the Almighty Dollar. . .

  • Steve November 12, 2021 at 4:37 am

    Another spot-on, finger on the pulse article from Brandon. A split is coming, whether traditional conservatives like it or not. It’s incredible reading articles on Conservative websites about how GOP wins in 2022 and 2024 are going to restore normality (whatever that was). They are still trapped in some kind of intellectual Christopher Buckley bow-tied bubble where we can still reach across the aisle to solve all our problems. This is war and the Left wants to kill us. Secession is coming.

    • Spartan November 12, 2021 at 7:00 am

      Steve, I agree wholeheartedly. If recent happenings are not a slap in the face to wake people up then I don’t know what it will take to bring folks around to the gravity of this “war”. Having said that, I still think there is value in continuing to participate in the public discussion and system to the point of at least changing the hearts and minds of our fellow citizens (i.e. waking their asses up). Not saying that we should put any hope in saving the current system, because the current system has decayed past the point of no return, but only to extricate and save those lost souls who still respond to reason and logic. I totally agree with you (and Brandon) that separation, survival, and defense should be out focus going forward.

      • KRFJames November 13, 2021 at 6:59 am

        Anyone not awake yet is not going to ever to wake up – it’s a mass psychosis, akin to Stockholm Syndrome, or basically a cult-like devotion to the prevailing narrative. Waking someone up from that takes weeks of concentrated de-programming in an isolated setting.

        Certainly those that will respond to reason and logic already have…while there may be outliers, anyone else will only be open to discussion after experiencing a profound personal tragedy that is inarguably due to mandates/vaxx/etc. However, even then, the vast majority are so beholden to their worldview they will deflect that blame to wherever their TV tells them to, and we all know where that is.

        The time for logic/reason/discussion is over.

        • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 8:49 pm

          Hear, hear! You said it better than I could. Absolutely! – if what we’ve seen at least since January 20, 2021 has not awakened someone they are not going to awake. Being liberty minded is self-selective. Sometimes I think it is genetically determined. Just as a small minority are born sociopaths. Liberty minded people are showing up statistically as the significant minority that are refusing the so-called vaccines. It’s about 66% sheeples and 33% those who “get it”, and 1% the sociopaths.

          • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 8:50 pm

            By “get it” I mean understand this ruse.

    • Hillbilly Bee November 15, 2021 at 11:05 am

      You mention Conservatives and GOP in the same sentence. Here in WV, I find that GOP folks are still trying to work with the less extreme Dems and don’t have much in common with true Constitutional Conservatives. Just a heads-up to be aware of the deepest thoughts of those who should be on our side but probably aren’t. Right now I don’t feel represented by a party at all.

  • WilliamtheResolute November 12, 2021 at 8:20 am

    Shut down the MSM propaganda and half of the Blue Pilled Lefties wouldn’t have an opinion…they would revert to the mindless sheep they are.

  • Bliss November 12, 2021 at 9:57 am

    Fired for not complying. NYC.

    I basically agree with Brandon, and believe that the U.S. may have it’s last Presidential election in 2024.
    All 50 states will probably NOT be united, after that.

    • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 12:53 pm

      Thank you for being an example by not complying, I don’t think the globalists were prepared for a large minority of us to not comply, and it’s one of the reasons why their narrative is all over the place as of late, dare I say, schizophrenic, e.g., “92% of hospitals are vaxxed employees” to “oh no, hospitals are being understaffed cuz so many nurses have left rather than be vaccinated, it’s terrible, we need Indian immigrants to fill the void.” Since they can’t make up their minds, that to me is a sign that they don’t know at this point how to manage public perception and are throwing everything including the kitchen sink, unconcerned with the holes and contradictions in their narratives.

      As for the presidential elections, the split may come sooner than 2024, and will be worse than the War between the States logistically. At least there, you had states solidly one way or the other, with the exception of Maryland, which was half Confederate and half Union. By contrast, today, even in very red FL, there are slave zones like Miami that don’t just disappear with huge per capita populations, and even in blue CA, there are free zones like red counties spread throughout northern CA and the Central Valley like Visalia, down to the Mojave Desert counties. All of the free and slave zones are not spread across a grid, it’s an interspersed patchwork of here red and here blue and so and so forth. I’m living just outside of PX, AZ in a very red county, but surrounded by blue Chandler, PX, Gilbert. So, when separation happens, it will be total chaos.

  • Sumora Yabizness November 12, 2021 at 10:02 am

    The few people in my orbit claiming to be centrists are simply leftists who don’t want to defend the inept Commie regime and it’s totalitarianism. It’s weak and disingenuous but that’s the left. They’re usually the same people who insist cancel culture and crt aren’t real and evidence to the contrary is just the way of the world.

    • DavidC November 12, 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Have you ever run across any anti- mask and injection mandate leftists who claim to be leftists? I’ve come across one and only one, but it was noteworthy. He believes there is a globalist cabal that wants to depopulate, says the injections are poison. It gets better: he wants restricted immigration, pro-gun, and has recently said the Kyle Rittenhouse’s shooting was self-defense. I’m asking myself “how are you leftwing, exactly?” I still don’t know, but he swears he is. His name is Scott Creighton and he has a Bitchute channel “American Everyman.” https://www.bitchute.com/channel/yNKbAl17J3Gu/
      He does claim to be a 9/11 truther who thinks the US Gov or corporations attacked us and stole a bunch of gold (not foreign terrorists.) Has nothing good to say about GOP. Yet I don’t see how that’s…left wing per se???

  • Strider November 12, 2021 at 10:29 am

    I live in Philadelphia.
    -Yesterday was a beautiful sunny, windy day. A school group of about 60 kids was playing in the park- masked. I confronted the teachers; they said they were eagerly awaiting the vaccine for the children (presumably so they wouldn’t have to wear masks.)
    -I was at a party. I overheard a mom talking about how her daughter had had a severe reaction to her first vaccination. Everybody kind of just nodded their head and shrugged.
    -There is a local coffee shop run by “progressive hipsters.” Big rainbow flag, Black Lives Matter, etc. You can’t go in their shop without a mask, which they will aggressively enforce. They constantly post about how great vaccines/masks are. They are all fully vaxxed and fully masked.
    -I went to see a friend at a bar/restaurant downtown. Was denied entry due to lack of proof of vaccination. This is now the norm in the vast majority of the city’s clubs, bars, etc.

    Brandon is 100 percent correct. “There are moments in history where tribes form and cults rise…” The cult is real and pervasive and highly destructive and will ultimately self-destruct. I have also been forming tribe in response and whereas I realize the advantage of living rural my financial situation does not permit the acquisition of property at this time. So I have to accept my fate, which may be ugly, but I am not alone.

    One big strategic/tactical question I do have for Brandon or anyone is the necessity of having assets/allies WITHIN the cities. Many cities (like Philly) are where the ports and other strategic infrastructure are and whereas I realize the ideal is to regroup in the hills/country, unfortunately not everyone is able to do so. I mean even if the majority of freedom-minded/conservative people leave there will still inevitably be some that don’t or can’t. It seems that although it comes with high risks, having individuals or cells in cities could prove invaluable for the more numerous rural-based resistance. Even though we might not last long we could still inflict some good damage in the meantime.

    • Jack B November 12, 2021 at 3:48 pm

      Your not alone-I live in the Peoples Republic Of Minnesota definitely a Blue Stronghold. You can feel a satanic spirit in the air especially in South Minneapolis. I know a guy who lives in South MPLS. he was the only guy on the block who didn’t have a Black Lives Matter poster in his yard last year, Someone shot 17 rounds through his house, thankfully he wasn’t home. (How tolerant the left is.)In North Mpls i seen a guy hang a trump banner from his second floor window his house was vandalized ,graffitied told to get out of the neighborHOOD. If you had aTrump sticker on your car and parked it on the street it wouldn’t make the night. The Mayor allowed the 3RD precinct police station to burn, the city is ran buy Libtards, Transvestites its another Democratic hell hole.

    • chippo-chart November 12, 2021 at 3:52 pm

      You won’t. The surveillance in cities is so good, you won’t get away with anything. They can track you from your front door to the sabatoge and back to your front door.

  • Gauntlet33 November 12, 2021 at 11:56 am

    At first blush, I like that DeSantis is pushing a soft secession:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/florida-may-withdraw-osha-oversight-over-vax-mandate
    ..
    Brandon, what are your thoughts on this?

  • Renato November 13, 2021 at 10:33 am

    Well said. Every time I try to warn my family about the dangers of the poison, the leftists always show their true colors and support tyranny in the name of “the greater good”, no matter how good my medical arguments are. The right is in favor of life, the left wants control because their life is so miserable. Leftists would rather die and kill their own children than allow conservatives to lead a free and meaningful life. Leftism is ultimately a demonic death cult, so no sane person wants to coexist with, much less obey these cranks.

  • oklahomawoman November 13, 2021 at 12:27 pm

    Brandon. I looked for you at the Tulsa Gun Show. Did you have booth?

  • John B November 14, 2021 at 1:53 am

    Realistic Prospects for Secession and Decentralization: “This week’s show features a panel discussion recorded in late October at our annual Supporters Summit. Panelists Ryan McMaken, Jeff Deist, Mike Maharrey, and Tho Bishop lay out real strategies for achieving decentralization.” Link https://mises.org/library/realistic-prospects-secession-and-decentralization

    • Catevala November 18, 2021 at 9:27 pm

      Thanks John. I have just listened to the whole 28+ mins. audio version of the mises panel discussion.

  • TomA November 14, 2021 at 7:33 am

    All true, and brutally honest. Now use your God-given intelligence to anticipate the future.

    There will likely be many grassroots initiatives in support of secession in Red states, and some may even attract a few opportunistic political heavyweights as figureheads. In a best case scenario, a non-trivial number of Red state governors may even agree to hold a secession convention, at which point the Biden Administration is sure to act. And given their past behavior (which includes ignoring Constitutional constraints in many venues), one could reasonably predict that things will go hot rather quickly. This is especially true if nefarious actors employ false-flag provocations in order to foster extreme violence that justifies a federal crackdown and detention program. And if things go hot quickly and unpredictably, a great deal of carnage and loss of life is also a likely outcome. See, for example, the US Civil War of 1860-1864.

    Do we really want a repeat of that carnage, and is it really demonstrative to simply assert that the “other side” is composed of wimps and will fold like a house of cards?

    If conflict is nearly inevitable, and risk of extreme carnage is realistically uncertain, why not consider a different paradigm that focuses tightly on the root of the problem? It is helpful to remember that we are all effectively “behind enemy lines” and largely indistinguishable. That is no trivial advantage.

    • Brandon Smith November 14, 2021 at 10:33 am

      War is inevitable. What can’t be predicted are the conditions of the conflict. Naysayers keep using the US civil war as a comparison because that’s the only civil war they have read about in their lives, but there have been MANY civil wars in history and that is probably the LEAST practical example of what will happen. It could be made to end quickly or it could drag out for a decade or more. There is NO scenario in which there is not a certain level of pain and suffering involved, so you better learnt o just accept that reality now. That includes going after the “source”, which you will not be able to do in many cases until the defenses of the establishment have been weakened. If you think they will leave themselves open like that then you are kidding yourself. However, in the chaos of a rebellion there will be opportunities.

      • TomA November 14, 2021 at 4:26 pm

        There are approximately 20 million experienced hunters in the US; and few, if any, are woke. That is your resource block. Most of these are average nondescript Joes & Jills that move easily within their communities/regions, and many travel widely within the country on specialized hunts. If even a handful of problems are solved, a general exodus will likely follow. Ideally, unfocused carnage and innocent loss of life would be minimized, if not avoided all together.

        • Brandon Smith November 14, 2021 at 7:32 pm

          Dreamland. There will be no action on that level without organization first, and organization requires separation from threatening elements seeking to constantly interfere. There will be no rebellion of any kind without separation. Period. Luckily, this separation process has already begun as millions of conservatives move out of blue states and blue counties and migrate to red areas.

          • TomA November 15, 2021 at 7:37 am

            Nothing I have written here is in conflict with the secession initiatives currently underway, and indeed, I agree that that path is both real and gaining support. And history tells us that as it gains steam, a draconian federal response is eventually inevitable. And I have no doubt that federal authorities have already planned for this eventuality and have contingency plans in place for neutralizing these efforts. For example, as was demonstrated in the Jan 6th protests and the Michigan governor kidnapping caper, those events were initiated and guided by the FBI as entrapment OPs. They, in essence, manufactured faux criminal conduct for the purpose of making examples of patriotic citizens that they then could hang in the public square. That will likely continue on a far greater scale in the future, and it will likely target leadership within the secession community. This is what I mean be anticipating the future.

          • Brandon Smith November 15, 2021 at 7:52 am

            There is anticipating the future, and then there is letting hypothetical scenarios dictate future actions. You don;t want the latter. Secession will have to be accomplished regardless of what the globalists try to do about it, and it will be. There are certain things that are inevitable, that cannot be stopped. Conservatives separating from communists in the US is one of them.

          • Chevrus November 15, 2021 at 10:39 am

            I would like to add that the degree of networking is pretty good in the Atlantic NorthEast. Groups pooling ideas, getting their ducks in a row for when they get shut out of the “covid-economy”. I hope to build a client base for the spring. I gotta say though, some of the measures being taken in other nations like Germany, Austria, Lithuania etal are pretty darn disturbing…..Probably ought to plan for the worst.

  • sound awake November 14, 2021 at 9:05 am

    google “2020 presidential election results by county map”
    see that…
    85 percent of the counties in america voted for trump
    those counties are on a trajectory to join together and leave the other 15 percent of the counties that voted for biden
    the list of irreconcilable differences is too great
    the divide is insurmountable
    were past the point of no return
    theres no going back now
    enjoy what you can of america while it lasts
    because its almost over

  • Duuuuuude November 14, 2021 at 2:47 pm

    The overwhelming majority of food production in this country occurs in red states and counties. I am not sure farmers and ranchers and truckers are going to be interested in food production that is destined for blue states and counties. They may own the industrial complex but they gotta eat.

  • Pat B November 14, 2021 at 9:03 pm
    • Gauntlet33 November 16, 2021 at 9:52 am

      Hi Pat, I read about that a week ago, and I find it interesting, but is it true? In other words, is it psyop to make us think there’s really new diseases so that even we Conservative “Anti-Vaxxers” rush out to get the “antidote”. I don’t know, but I will say that Brandon earlier said that they wouldn’t release a disease that they couldn’t control, and I think that makes sense. Therefore is COVID real? Is any “virus” real in the way it’s been defined? I’d like to see how Brandon explains the contradiction.

      • Brandon Smith November 16, 2021 at 10:05 am

        I never said they wouldn’t release a virus they couldn’t control, I said they would never release a virus they don’t have a treatment or cure for that they can use to protect themselves. The virus is clearly real. The “fake virus” narrative is an obvious psyop to make the alternative media look idiotic. I’ve had it, and it was unique compared to any other illness I’ve had in the past. What I suspect happened according to the evidence is that Covid 19 had a much higher death rate potential in lab conditions but then the virus did not perform according to their expectations once it got out in the wild.

        Event 201 predicted 65 million deaths in the first year; we got nowhere near those numbers. Covid was a globalist FAILURE. The problem is that many people in the liberty movement just can’t accept the fact that the globalists screw up all the time. They have to paint them as supervillains when they are actually no smarter than most of us. I think that liberty people NEED the elites to be extraordinary in order to justify in their minds how the elites could be so successful. The truth is, you don’t have to be all that brilliant to take over the world, you just have to be a sociopath and be organized with other sociopaths, and be secretive enough to avoid most direct opposition. Once they face direct and organized opposition, it’s over for them.

      • Pat B. November 16, 2021 at 6:35 pm

        Hi Gauntlet33 –
        There is an old pharmaceutical saying “They create the disease so they can create the drug.”
        Think on that for awhile.

        And think about what you just said……Yes, covid is a real contrived disease. People are getting sick…and many people become even sicker after taking their shot.

        “…that they wouldn’t release a disease that they couldn’t control, and I think that makes sense.”
        Why would they release any disease unless it’s for nefarious reasons? Drug Mfg. is a huge money making business.

        Brandon is right. They don’t care about us as we are “useless eaters.” They care only about decreasing the world’s population so their one-day created dream-world is their paradise. Their “playground.” They’ve got robots to do their other dirty work.

  • Dennis November 16, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    They just announced the ENTIRE Oklahoma National Guard won’t take the vaccine. The Federal Government is getting involved!
    https://kfor.com/news/local/u-s-department-of-defense-speaks-on-oklahoma-national-guard-rejecting-pentagon-covid-19-vaccine-mandate/

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