Corbett Report Radio 245 - How to Outgrow the Government with Andrew Gavin Marshall

10/25/201231 Comments

Even amongst the alternative media, we are often taught to fear our would-be overlords and their presumed omnipotence. But what if what we are fighting are not families and bloodlines but ideas and institutions? What if the answer is not to focus on what "they" are doing to us, but what we can do for ourselves? Don't miss tonight's fascinating conversation on power, politics and solutions with Andrew Gavin Marshall of The People's Book Project and

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  1. bladtheimpailer says:

    Not to rain on anyone’s parade but as a heads up on growing your own food, no one “owns” their land. Title remains with the ‘Crown’ and the land owners gets equitable title or use. Therefore land use can and is subject to land use regulations. Where I reside I can grow a garden, and do, but under land use regulations I am not allowed to raise chickens as example. Dogs and cats are permitted but if I raised them for food I’m certain the SPCA or some other well meaning NGO would put a stop to this practice. If TPTSB decide to foil the public from becoming food independent from their growing of food all they have to do is change the land use regulations and associated penalties for not being in compliance with those regulations.If threatened by public food growing self sufficiency you can bet dollars to doughnuts this practice would get shut down.

    The ‘system’ is a steel trap and only mass exodus will ever have the effect most desire in having freedom from all the laws and statutes designed to keep us within that ‘system.’

    As a side bar the Sovereignty Movement thinks they have found a loop hole to escaping being a ‘citizen’ by becoming an independent ‘sovereign.’ Whether this loop hole holds legal water in real life I can’t say but the concept is interesting. I have read that the FBI considers this movement one of the most dangerous in America, so maybe there is something to this remedy. I have also heard this movement described as the “white mans ghost dance.” Some legal beagle wizard should look into this and report back.

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      Not to rain on your parade either, but I believe not actually “owning” land is a good thing.

      First though, the reason why you’re probably not allowed to raise chickens on your land currently has to do with a city bi-law, which can be overturned. If not, simply move outside of the city limits and start raising chickens!

      But let’s say, for the sake of the argument that we did actually “owned” land. Lets assume we all have the cash needed to buy our land outright, all 7 billion of us mortgage free. There’d be no national parks or protected wilderness areas. In other words, without any protected zones for wild animals, they’d all be hunted and killed to extinctions.

      With all the land taken, people would hand down their land to their children, and depending on how many children they had, some children would be left out and rendered landless. While others could find themselves, over just 3 or 4 generations, sharing an acre with more than 100+ family members. Can you imagine the family feuds this would create?

      Also, what if people refused road access on their land? What if some people decided to charge a toll to cross their land? Can you imagine paying a toll every acre from Bangor Maine to Seattle Washington?

      Obviously, without Federal, State or Crown land, there’d be no interstate highways, or government land to build court houses on to resolve land disputes.

      Another safe bet if we truly owned our land, is that there would be people coming up with all sorts of schemes in order to steal their neighbors land(s), and over time they’d become mini land barons, leading to a new sort of modern day feudalistic system.

      By the way, the average human lives to be about 75 years old, so does it really matter if you don’t “really own” land?

      My 2 cents.

      • amjamiediggins says:

        are you an American, and if so, how many states have you actually visited? The majority of this nation is EMPTY. Even with all of the immigration, for centuries. It appears to me that your hypothetical argument is not based in real observable fact, but rather, very worn and abused hyperbole.
        No, it does not matter that we will never “own” the land, and that is the result of our zionist parasites. I think, regrettably, that it only matters if you can manage to repel the invaders. Be it our lovely NON benevolent masters, hungry hoards invading from the south, rapefugees from the middle east, or any other “ISM” trying to further subvert and manipulate our failed and pathetic system.
        Come on son, what are you so gently pimping, Marxism, communism, socialism, or some new and improved brand of control utopia?
        Me, I hope to have another 20-25 years, and I don’t want to hurt or control anyone, I just want left the hell alone! Oh, and get the hell off my lawn! (s)

        • PeaceFroggs says:

          ‘your hypothetical argument is not based in real observable fact’

          — You think that if we were actually allowed to “own” land that the majority of Americans, all 325 million, would remain in cities? Ha, and you dare accuse me of hyperbole?

          — You think there still be National Parks and protected areas and that animals wouldn’t hunted to extinction, if we were allowed to “own” land?

          Come on, wake up old man!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Blad The Impailer,
      You make some excellent points!
      ha! Example…one is in for hell if they belong to a Home Owners Association for their neighborhood of homes, much less dealing with City Ordinances also.

      One neighborhood where I once owned a house, some fellow with the Home Owners Association would patrol looking hard for violations…and sure enough, I would get a letter in the mail “Your grass is too tall” or “Because you never submitted for authorization intricate site plans, you have violated HOA rules when pulling out old ugly hard-to-care-for shrubs and replacing them with easy-to-care-for nicer looking shrubs. The HOA must approve any changes to your yard”.
      I ignored the letters.

      I think the best perspective, is to do what an individual can accomplish without getting into too much hot water. If chickens are a “no go”, then they are a “no go”.

      Like Corbett has mentioned before, this “change” is a long, long road. Each of us can do something, no matter how seemingly small, within our sphere of influence. Bit by bit, we can better conditions.

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        Hola aloha HRS, amjamiediggins, bladtheimpailer and you to rana psicopata boiled PeaceFroggs,

        I live now voluntarily in the royal dictatorship the Netherlands and which is ruled by royal inbreeders with German roots. These royal parasites think they are blue-blooded and David Icke thinks they have the genes of Space reptilians aka anunaki. Just like señor James my person think that they are psychopaths, see for more information on psychopaths the excellent independent journalism of señor James on this topic and I can also recommend you to read rana psicopata boiled PeaceFroggs comments also, because he is a statist socialist and has the same behavior as his beloved psychopathic leaders.

        Here in the dictatorship of Holland the state protects only the giant corporations like royal Dutch Shell (Owned by the royal dutch inbreeders), the banksters and of course their dictators aka the royal inbreeders of Orange. These inbred parasites have a huge amount of castles and palaces. The maintenance, repair, overhaul or refurbishment of these buildings is being paid by the state with tax money..

        In the Dutch mini-town Oss at the end of 2011 a man called Dirk and his wife painted the roof of their house in the green color. But this is against the directive on paints according to the civil servants / state sluts of Oss (Not the wizard(s) of Oz). The municipality imposed a fine of 6,000 euros without any consultation because Dirk and his wife had painted the roof of their house green. Brown could be, but green was not allowed.

        In the meanwhile, Dirk and his wife can not pay the mortgage anymore and the bank wants to sell their house, leaving Dirk and his wife with a huge residual debt and without a house.

        Really I’m not joking or behaving as a statist socialist like rana psicopata boiled PeaceFroggs, because this really happened and this is one of the many articles about this state terrorism against Dirk and his wife. It is written in Dutch, but you can translate it with google or other program. Place the link in google translate and google translate the whole article, but not 100 % correct. If you don’t understand something, you always may ask me to translate it for you as long it happens voluntarily.

        Eigenaar illegaal groen dak van Oss wordt uit zijn huis gezet / Owner of illegal green roof in Oss will be taken out of his house

        In the big cities of Holland all the land is owned by the state aka Royal Dutch Inbreeders and you only can lease a piece of land. And the majority of the Dutchies behave as red zombies aka state socialist and that’s why around 80 % of the Dutch zombies voted last March. But in the meanwhile there is still not a new Government since last the last elections in March. Why??????????? Be independent and investigate self…..

        Saludos y viva la libertad para todos,

        Pablo de Boer

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          Here in the royal inbred dictatorship of the Netherlands they also have since 1811 a Roman law named laesae maiestatis. Laesae maiestatis is about a criminal offence….

          Copy paste wikipedia

          Laesae maiestatis aka Lèse-majesté (/ˌlɛzˌmæʒɛsˈteɪ/[1] or /ˌliːz ˈmædʒᵻsti/;[2] also lese-majesty, lese majesty or leze majesty) is the crime of violating majesty, an offence against the dignity of a reigning sovereign or against a state.

          This behaviour was first classified as a criminal offence against the dignity of the Roman Republic of Ancient Rome.[3] In the Dominate, or Late Empire period, the emperors eliminated the Republican trappings of their predecessors and began to identify the state with their person.[4] Although legally the princeps civitatis (his official title, meaning, roughly, ‘first citizen’) could never become a sovereign because the republic was never officially abolished, emperors were deified as divus, first posthumously but by the Dominate period while reigning. Deified emperors enjoyed the same legal protection that was accorded to the divinities of the state cult; by the time it was replaced by Christianity, what was in all but name a monarchical tradition had already become well-established.

          — Netherlands–
          For insulting the king, the heiress apparent, and their relatives, an offender may receive up to five years’ imprisonment plus a fine.[15]

          In total 18 prosecutions were brought under the law between 2000 and 2012, half of which resulted in convictions.[16]

          In October 2007, a 47-year-old man was sentenced to one week’s imprisonment and fined €400[17] for, amongst other things, lèse-majesté in the Netherlands when he called Queen Beatrix a “whore” and told a police officer that he would have anal sex with her because “she would like it”.[18]

          In July 2016, a 44-year-old man was sentenced to 30 days in jail for ‘intentionally insulting’ King Willem-Alexander, accusing him of being a murderer, thief and rapist

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Queen Beatrix probably does prefer that type of sex, especially since she enjoys seeing everyone else in the Netherlands get it in the end.

            A Judge in a Podunk Texas County just south of me was told by a citizen to have sexual relations with a portable device after she was given a $70,000 raise thus making her annual earnings totaling about $165,000 plus paid-for health & pension benefits.
            Pretty good delivery of the message…
            (1 or 2 minutes)

            • Pablo de Boer says:

              Hola aloha amigo Tejano HRS,

              The name of the Judge is Carol Bush. Is she a member of the Bush – clan?

              Beatrix isn’t anymore queen, because now she is princess (of darkness). She and her family are being accused of paedophiliac behavior. In Holland there was even not so long ago a pedo party with a disgusting party name;

              Party for Neighbourly Love, Freedom, and Diversity

              In America you also have a similar organisation named NAMBLA. The North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) is a pedophile and pederasty advocacy organization in the United States. It works to abolish age-of-consent laws criminalizing adult sexual involvement with minors[1][2] and campaigns for the release of men who have been jailed for sexual contacts with minors that did not involve coercion.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The following is really cool…”an evolution of thought”…you probably don’t want to miss it.

    In context on Gardening, I would like to encourage people to watch at least this video excerpt of Corbett Report’s -> Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening (about 10 minutes or so)

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Dallas Giant Eyeball and its message (or messages).

    Last week as I was driving down a well traveled street in an affluent neighborhood, I spotted a guy mowing his lawn. I stopped to see if he would display a product which I am piloting, which he gladly said he would. We chatted about all kinds of things. He told me this story…

    A few weeks prior, he was in downtown Dallas talking to the owner of the Giant Eyeball. The owner has a Hotel and restaurant next the Giant Eyeball.
    Originally, the owner had purchased the ‘eyeball’ property with the purpose of building a parking garage because parking in downtown Dallas is extremely difficult. Many people won’t visit a downtown business as a destination because of parking. The owner tried and tried to get the City of Dallas to let him build a nice looking façade garage on the property which he purchased. It would help his business.
    The City said “No. A parking garage would be an eyesore.”
    So, the owner of the property was pretty ticked off Texas style.
    And thus, the Giant Eyeball.

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      I prefer the Giant Eyeball rather than the parking garage…haha!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Where are ya going to park to see it?

        …Well, I guess ya could walk a few miles in the hot 100 degree Texas sun with your girlfriend all dressed up nice for a pleasant upscale dining experience next door. I am sure she will remember the date.

        • PeaceFroggs says:

          Seems to me, people have no problem taking a cab.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Oh! Good idea. $40 or $50 or $60 cab fare one way from the affluent neighborhoods (which are the customer base for that type of restaurant). $100 round trip cab fare for a $75 dinner-for-two at a nice downtown Dallas restaurant.

            How many dates/dinners would you like to do every year?

            • PeaceFroggs says:

              — $40 or $50 or $60 cab fare one way? You guys are getting ripped off!

              Never heard of UBER? There’s options HRS, and if you don’t like the other options, open your own Uber type business, opportunity abounds! 🙂

    • mkey says:

      That was such an appropriate response to the “officials.”

      Don’t get mad
      “I don’t get mad, I get Texan.”

  4. scpat says:

    I think the “four-step process” is an excellent template for rendering the current world order insignificant. I believe that the current governmental power structures cannot be beaten just through this four-step process alone, but by also developing, as part of the new system, a way to stop the current system from reigniting itself. A decentralized way of living must become a global movement, because if there is even the slightest room for a centralized power type of system to breath, it will eventually become powerful enough to destroy all the progress made. No gatekeepers, no node of the new system able to be more powerful than the others.

  5. august_butterflies says:

    The comment was made during the video that we should tear down fences and start gardening. As someone who actually lives on what they eat I have to address this point alone. Good fences not only make good neighbors out of humans, but animal kin as well. The Perimeters of the garden are the gardens end. If you do not have a well defended critter control measures in place you will cease having a garden, and instead have a buffet for the wildlife. I’m not saying a wall will take care the little problems in gardening i.e. watering, weeds, bad bugs. I’m talking about a family of 40 pound groundhogs that will eat an entire patch of “insert any food here” in half a day. Equally a family of fluffy bunnies may appear cute, but they will completely eat you out of house and home if you don’t kick them to the “east of Eden” so to speak. As for home orchards and squirrels, two words “ELECTRIC FENCE”. If you would like to see the easiest way to mass produce great organic produce at home, check out some of my gardening videos at youtube

    • august_butterflies says:

      I misspoke in my original post, and stated I live on what I eat “I suppose we all do” I actually live on what I eat “in the Yarden” or yard garden:) I still buy lentils and millet locally, there are certain crops you simply need more room for.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      BUMP! BUMP!
      Excellent video!

      I chased three bunnies out of my garden yesterday. You are so right! …rabbits, squirrels, (birds on the blackberries and blueberries), grasshoppers, chiggers climbing up my crotch, fire ant mounds, etc. It is a wrestle match sometimes. Gonna harvest some peppers this morning in a few minutes. Maybe a watermelon.

      I have an old electric fence type gizmo, but I need help on a simple way to keep out these bunnies. How do you wire for rabbits? These residential neighborhoods have scores and scores of cottontails. They laugh at me when I pop them with the BB gun. (It’s an old kid type BB gun)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Setting up a backyard garden – basics – by a Corbetteer

    • mkey says:

      That’s a very nice garden. However, I have a problem getting that rabbit and hog “problem” to sink in. I mean, people eat rabbits and hogs, no? Sit cozy on yer windowsill with a gun (or something of the sort) and let it rip.

      Also, do you guys sell the extra produce? Or do you have tomato juice coming out your nostrils 😀

      • august_butterflies says:

        We haven’t started selling yet, have a lot of friends and family to feed. We’re building raised bed gardens for people now, and have been improving the design with every bed we build. We’ll keep the videos and how-to’s coming if anyone wishes to learn. We are going to begin selling our heirloom crosses we’ve been working on, The one I especially love is our new Taurus Butternut Winter Squash.

        As far as your hog issue, Hog tight, Horse High, and Bull strong is the motto for fence building. I would suggest doing a Hoogle Hoop style in a perimeter where you want food, then grow a thorn row up your outward facing wall. Ain’t a hog alive gonna stick his nose in boysenberry thorns to see if he can rut. You could just use the cattle panels as intended but do one over the other, you’ll need 10 foot T posts to do that though, you should figure $20×2 for the panels and $10×2 for the T posts, so $60 every 16 feet. P.S. climbing carabiners help in holding them in place to wire em onto the T-posts.

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