Interview 1595 – Derrick Broze Updates us on the Underground Railroad

11/11/202050 Comments

Derrick Broze of TheConsciousResistance.com joins us today to provide an update on the counter-economic underground railroad which we discussed last year. The first group has crossed the border and more people than ever are looking to escape the Collapsing States of America and finding freedom elsewhere. We discuss the exit and build strategy, Freedom Cells, and how you can find out more about the growing number of people who are looking to start communities of purpose.

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  1. xochicasa says:

    I’ve always felt a spiritual affinity to Mexico and have traveled there extensively in the past. My question for Derrick is, how are you handling having to be tested to go back-and-forth across the border? I am opposed to having nasal swabs etc. are you saying that this is just an inconvenience that’s worth it to go back-and-forth over the border?

  2. gauntlet33 says:

    I hope freedom-loving Americans move to South Carolina because that’s where we’re going soon.

    As for those who decide to go to Mexico, I wouldn’t recommend it unless:
    – you can get affordable land,
    – you speak the language,
    – you like their rural and Mexican culture, and
    – you plan to stay there permanently as I doubt that border crossings will be allowed.

    Otherwise, I would choose greener pastures in the Southeast US where there’s plenty of rainfall (mostly around 48 inches of rain) to water your crops.

    • anonymint says:

      The southeast seems to be the likely Schelling point in the USA for resistance to the NWO.

      I agree border crossings are likely to become difficult for those who refuse COVID-pass requirements such as vaccination and/or testing that can potentially have you imprisoned indefinitely in quarantine. If going to Mexico probably better do it soon before Biden declares he won regardless of what the outcome is. He may then begin to use his clout to pressure Mexico.

      The southeast is much easier than trying to readjust your life to the differences in Mexico. I just can’t get myself to accept the hot, humid summers and mosquitoes. Spoiled by So. Cal when I was a teenager. But you would have that also in many places in Mexico, except the Pacific coast of Baja Norte. But if survival and efficiency is the goal then the southeast is probably a very sensible choice.

  3. gauntlet33 says:

    On that note, I would love to establish a coop farm with my local community. I personally don’t have “farming experience” other than growing a few backyard vegetables and fruits, and I therefore think that it would be essential for agorist survival that people pool together their knowledge and financial resources to build and sustain a farm with goats for milk, cows for slaughter, horses to pull the plow, etc. Thoughts on this would be appreciated. Otherwise, we will be forced to take their vaccines and microchips just to purchase food at their stores.

    • Duck says:

      gauntlet
      Free Advice (worth every cent)
      Get bantam Chickens…when they know where they sleep they will go back to bed at night. They live longer then full size chickens, are FAR smarter (then any except Buff Orpingtons) and eat way less, and find a good chunk of their own food if provided with enough space of the right kind (mine have a huge pile of leaves in their coup now which they will have fun digging thru for bugs and burrying themselves in)…. they are better then a soap opera to watch but ASLONG as you make a good coup and run are very low maintenance. In summer you will get about 2 eggs every 3 days and in winter far fewer.
      You cant keep chickens singly, as they are very social… if you dont have tree cover you should make a run, I laid pavers all around the bottom to stop things digging under (They dig that far to get thru)
      If you want something that takes care of itself mostly Chickens are the thing.

      https://www.backyardchickens.com/

  4. gauntlet33 says:

    Also, to start “community militias” so that you and your local community are armed and ready to take a stand with your neighbors, with a commitment to defend each other against oppression if the need arises.

    • Libertydan says:

      Do you recall what happened at Ruby Ridge and Waco when Bill Clinton was President? These were small groups of people living outside the Main Stream and the Government killed them. There is safety in numbers, but you do need large numbers. It is therefore very important to make the Truth be known to the masses so that the evil few will be fighting many times their numbers. Indeed, we need each other. We don’t need everybody, or even a majority, but we do need large numbers of people not to consent to Vaccines, or 5G, or GMOs, or Fiat Money.

      • urthp says:

        FDRs 1933 “war” emergency introduced the the US to a new fiat $ system.
        The new system retained the old silver legacy mintage to help support the new revalued domestic fiat paper “scrip”. Today this “emergency” scrip has nothing behind it but raw military force & the Cabals assassins. It is still technically nothing more than emergency scrip, which; in the continuing emergency, pays your taxes and pays for everything else as well – not just in the US, but globally. Paper is as paper does. Electronic ledger entries is as e ledger entries does. The Cabals credit system works because we Peons make it work.
        The Cabal’s bank might be best viewed as a multi level $ skimming system. Their game is to take a larger and larger skim off the top until their selected whores in office are hung in the streets.

    • Duck says:

      gauntlet
      “…“community militias” so that you and your local community are armed and ready to take a stand with your neighbors…”

      Being ready to stand together is more important then being armed.
      You wont be able to fight oppression militarily like that because you will all be depending on your area for food and shelter and its pretty easy for a professional army to run over an armed mob or just flatten their area from the air if it comes to that.
      The earlier you resist the more chance you have of NOT getting to violence, or at least ‘REAL’ violence and having to re-fight the Alamo or Masada

      • cu.h.j says:

        Agree. It’s best to be on good terms with the law enforcement where you’re living, make allies.

        It’s nice to be well-armed for protection but unless you have a nuke, there will always be someone who is better armed and equipped who can flatten you.

        If a group brings skills and resources and information the local population might be very supportive and happy to have you there.

      • anonymint says:

        The Schelling point of resistance to the NWO and Great Reset in the USA will likely be within each (probably southern very Republican) state and among confederacy of states. Community level is much too small to defend itself politically. The only small scale defense is a nomad who hides and shivers in caves.

        Rothschild wants us all in the “Smart Scramble” so that we have no nation-state power to stop the coming NWO global empire with Soros, Rothschild et al pulling the strings behind the puppet United Nations and other international institutions such as the World Bank, IMF, BIS, etc..

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friends.
    These guys are such great friends to mankind, and on a personal level.
    Thanks fellas.

  6. mkey says:

    Great job, Derrick and all the people contributing to this effort.

  7. Libertydan says:

    Some of us here in Michigan are very familiar with the Underground Railroad. As mentioned in this Wikipedia link

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fugitive_Slave_Act_of_1850

    Cass county Michigan, by 1840, was a growing community with many run away Slaves. So much so, that it was raided in 1847 and 1849 by Slave Owners from KY to recapture these people they claimed to own. Having gone home to KY empty handed due to the folks in Michigan defending these black people as if they were Free Men, the Federal Government came up with “The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850”, and of coarse, 10 years later we got the Civil War. Who could have predicted such a thing? Indeed, the International Bankers, who funded the Slave Trade, were at work behind the scene even then.
    The Wall/Border with Mexico is more about keeping track of “Citizens” than keeping Mexicans out. That is why you have a much harder time getting back in. I have noticed that it is harder to get back when going to and from Canada.
    Most of time Canadian Customs is a breeze(so long as you don’t have a Gun), but I do recall getting pulled in for interrogation because a had a “Liberty Radio” bumper sticker on my car.
    Yep, they need to keep track of people like that you know. Derrick could be getting hassled at the border because he made the “Shit List”. Yep, they have to keep track of “Interesting People” or is that “People of Interest”.
    Anyway, those who could effect or “disinfect” the manipulated minds of the masses are dangerous, eh!

    • anonymint says:

      The Michigan white knights who interfered with other men’s property destroy the cooperation between men. “White knights are evil men”.

      If you wanted to end chattel slavery you must do it by changing the economics of the south. Not by stealing property.

      Don’t be proud of that. It’s why we have the problem with progressivism now and Americans who have not enough balls to purge leftists.

  8. robert.t says:

    Please exercise the most extreme caution in uprooting, especially abroad, and in joining communes. Ducks on a small pond are easy to shoot. We need to be everywhere, not somewhere. I don’t need a personal reset to escape the great reset. How about no resets?

    You do not need an underground railroad to travel to Mexico. Discuss and study before going, by all means, but don’t go under the spell of a “shared vision”. If some kind of communal living appeals, it can be found out and tried out without leaving oneself exposed.

    Yes, fiat currency is a scam…but it’s surprising how many of those who condemn fiat currency will happily receive it. It’s shoddy stuff, but it still buys me things like dental crowns, kiwifruit and an immediate freedom I can’t get with barter or crypto.

    If I go to Mexico (I’d love to) I’ll go with dollars and choices. And I won’t be spending time with expats from Melbourne or refugees from Seattle.

    I’ll be hanging out with…Mexicans, duh!

  9. OneKnightErrant says:

    I awoke this morning making calculations. Math has never been my strong suit so may need help with the figures. What do they have on the Dark Side? I see a shitload of money, 24/7 Bernays inspired propaganda, mendacious corporate media sycophants, an alarming number of stupid people. On the Light Side: creativity, intelligence, truth, unwavering dedication to the pursuit of liberty, humor, and Oscar Wilde. Yes, he’s no longer with us, but his skewed optimism lives on: “We’re all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” – “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken” – “Yes, I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight. His punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world”.

    True, many times he was his own worst enemy. Woe to those, high and low, who felt the sting of his rapier wit. But he lived his truth and his Light shines brightly still. I believe – “Anything worth fighting for, is worth dying for.” Many of us are afraid of death. It’s going to be the ones who can live with that fear, or overcome it, that make a difference.

    James has a few things in common with Oscar. Both went to Trinity College, Dublin, love/loved books, are/were impressively literate, and tell/told the truth. No matter the consequences.

    Returning to the bright side, here’s my theory: Light will always eventually overcome the darkness. Each has its place. In my 77 years meandering the globe I have watched hundreds of Light bearers (i.e., those in a position to move society in a positive direction) eliminated. Removed, one way or another, from the physical plane. What happens when that energy is denied expression? I believe it continues to accumulate until it explodes as a renaissance, shunning trans-humanism, burying the sterile AI machinemind technocratic elite, rejecting materialism, embracing spiritualism, while exposing the diabolical control obsessed murdering psychopathic cloven-hoofed parasitic excrement eaters (conjures an image) for all to see. Standing naked before us, they are driven from the land to crawl back into the gloomy caverns of their corrupt consciousness, dying from malnutrition for lack of sustenance, for we have finally conquered FEAR and overwhelmingly embrace LOVE.

    James, the energy generated from the meeting of minds with Derrick, Josh, Ryan and Dan, has recharged the body electric. After the interview with Derrick, watching the spikes driven for the Counter-Economic Underground Railroad, I can see this train is bound for glory. Get off the tracks NWO! We’re comin’ through!

  10. anonymint says:

    This video is an example of the Smart Scramble from the 2010 Rockefeller Foundation document.

  11. southamerica says:

    Just DON’T
    There are already enough damn Americans down here in Mexico exercising their hegemonic psychosis over everyone else. The real nomads left to get away from US BS not import it. The real nomads left 20 years ago.
    Oh dear now things have gone wrong in “the greatest country in the world, land of the free” they want to run away – After treating the world’s refugees like garbage? let them stay there and suck up what they inflicted on the rest of us.
    Mexico needs to build that wall pronto

    • gauntlet33 says:

      Your comment comes off as racist when you say “damn Americans”. And what do you know about whether any expats who leave now will necessarily be “bringing any US BS”, as you say.

      Further, US citizens didn’t treat refugees like garbage. If anything, that was the govt’s doing, and as you can see by the globalist agenda, US citizens have comparatively little persuasion compared the multinational corporate globalists who are currently ruling over the world. Moreover, you make no sense since millions of refugees actually HAVE been let into the country — immigration attorneys can attest to this. (On that note, many tax-paying citizens would argue that’s part of the problem — giving lots of handouts to non-citizens / non-taxpayers.)

      Additionally, you pretend that Joe and Jane Doe caused the mess the US is in, which is totally incorrect as all they did was work and provide for their children over the past several decades. No, the problems were caused by the global elitists. You are either ignorant of this fact, a troll for the elite, or you potentially wish to hoard the ability to have a peaceful existence arbitrarily to only people who left the US 20 years ago. And what if someone left 15 years ago, would that be okay with you? And who the F are you to decide when someone should decide when someone should say, “Enough is Enough”, Mr. King Tyrant?

      Anyway, I’m usually against division of any kind, but with you I’ll make an exception and say, “F you, and shut your @$$ up!”, and go ahead and build your wall so you can be stuck in the filth I’m sure you’ll create yourself and then blame on others!

      • anonymint says:

        Your comment comes off as racist when you say “damn Americans”.

        Nationality is not a racial category.

        Additionally, you pretend that Joe and Jane Doe caused the mess the US is in, which is totally incorrect as all they did was work and provide for their children over the past several decades.

        Disagree. They gorged on debt such as a 30 year mortgage for their home which pulled income forward by 30 years increasing prices of homes by 30X more than if everyone saved enough money to buy a house for cash (should instead live with parents or rent until you can afford as Mexicans do). The Americans (like me) are getting what we deserve for gorging on debt which empowered the globalist banksters. And now we are their slaves as the Bible warns in Proverbs, “Borrower is slave to the lender.“

        Mexicans did not gorge on debt and prefer to pay cash. Thus they have a more stable country. And I agree I don’t want all these suburbanite Americans with their Volvos ruining Mexico. Let them stay in Minnesota instead. I also thought the wall was built to keep the Americans locked in when the inevitable debt collapse ensued.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Refugees here get treated pretty well now, low-income housing, welfare, and don’t even have to learn English. I work in health care with a lot of these “refugees” and they have it pretty well.

      Cultural hegemony has some truth to it and the NWO directed the wars the US had been involved in. But many of the people in the US are actually pretty decent, aside from the psychopaths.

      The contamination of cultural marxism and postmodernism in universities has really created a lot of this psychosis you are referring to it. Many American’s just want to build their own country back up.

      • anonymint says:

        But many of the people in the US are actually pretty decent, aside from the psychopaths.

        Americans have been able to afford being generous (or at least pretending to be while charging it to the national debt). Let’s see how decent we are when we are struggling in the coming economic devastation. Our decency has been propped up by debt bubbles.

        I’ve lived in a squalor in the Philippines. I know from experience how poverty turns into desperation, despair, depression, horrible health, malnutrition, communicable diseases, etc…

        • cu.h.j says:

          I have never carried debt for very long. In fact I have no debt and am building a second home. I also have a decent retirement pad but do help my family financially so might be in a predicament if this vaccine requirement is actually implemented. Im not the only American who lives within their means. But I agree many do live in debt their whole lives.

  12. gauntlet33 says:

    First, you’re confusing cause and effect.

    It is true that US consumers used 30-year mortgages for their homes, but that was the EFFECT of the banking elites making it available so that many were forced to buy with a mortgage or worry that they’ll be forever left out entirely from buying a home. I believe in “voluntaryism” as Mr. Corbett said, and that “freedom” should always live strong. Do you not believe that consumers should be permitted to make voluntary decisions and suffer the consequences whether good or bad? Or do you believe that the nanny govt should dictate to people how to conduct their financial affairs? I know of TONS of Americans who bought homes on credit and have profited very well, and good for their luck.

    But more importantly, what does that have to do with the issue of whether or not it is moral for an American to flee the US as a refugee?

    “Mexicans did not gorge on debt and prefer to pay cash.” Good for them! They were smart not to get caught up in the hysteria of the “American Dream”…or was it rather that their economy was that much weaker and fears of corruption and potential bad loans from buyers with low wages (maybe even under the table) kept bankers from providing the loans in the first place?

    I again don’t understand the anti-American sentiment. You layer your argument with terms like “suburbanites” driving their “Volvos”. How would that somehow “ruin” Mexico and what’s your issue? That they’ll bring their hard-earned money? That they’ll bring their cars? Oh the horror!! “Let them stay in Minnesota instead.” Really??

    Anyway, I liked your previous posts, but your recent comment caused me to decide to ignore when I see you posting as I’m now wondering if you’re a troll for THEM.

    • anonymint says:

      It is true that US consumers used 30-year mortgages for their homes, but that was the EFFECT of the banking elites making it available so that many were forced to buy with a mortgage or worry that they’ll be forever left out entirely from buying a home.

      I didn’t take out a 30 year mortgage. I moved to the Philippines for half the 55 years I been alive. There were other options such as moving to Mexico, joining the Amish, moving to a rural area, renting, etc.. By enjoining en masse instead of fighting back, they deserve their enslavement. I don’t agree with the moral hazard of making excuses for those who participated in it. Otherwise they’ll never understand it was their fault for not fighting back.

      It’s analogous to this coming inflection point with the vaccine. Do we all just go along or do some of us decide it is better to die for liberty than cope as a slave?

      Do you not believe that consumers should be permitted to make voluntary decisions and suffer the consequences whether good or bad? […] I know of TONS of Americans who bought homes on credit and have profited very well, and good for their luck.

      They’re free to do what they wanted to do and now they will reap their enslavement reward for what they sowed.

      And there is no damn way I am fighting on their behalf. I want them to suffer for their destructive opportunism, so that the incentives for moral activity will be properly meted.

      In short, the elite globalists are very ethical and moral. They put the bait out in front of your faces and then you eat the forbidden fruit. They always disclose what they’re going to do if you sin (e.g. the murals at the Denver airport and the Georgia Guidestones).

      The demons are inside of each us. Of course we would rather blame the elite for what we are unwilling to admit about ourselves.

      • anonymint says:

        This shit is starting to get very twisted…

        The parody account for the Great Reset WEF chairman and founder Schwab is tweeting in reaction to the expected grocery shortages coming due to stampede to stock up before the planned Nov. 29 truckers’ strike in the USA:

        https://twitter.com/_Klaus_Schwab/status/1326801641610342400

        The World Economic Forum are working with the Biden Administration to ensure that most people will survive the coming food shortages.

        Citizens that have up-to-date vaccination documents will receive regular packages of plant-based protein products
        [image of a small cricket]

        From that parody account I spotted this from back in 2015: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/china/Why-Chinas-millennials-are-happy-to-own-nothing/articleshow/50036340.cms

        Two decades ago, Tyler Xiong and his parents had to live in a commune guided by the strict socialist teachings of Mao Zedong.

        Today Xiong, a 28-year-old tech entrepreneur, voluntarily lives among 500 hundred people in a co-sharing community near Beijing’s Silicon Valley. Xiong has two pairs of shoes and fewer than 10 outfits. He does not use a car and travels by taxi. His philosophy: if you can rent it, why own it.

        Many Western youth will likely see the above as perfectly normal come 2030.

        To quote the WEF: ‘You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy’

        Americans didn’t own anything anyway; they were renters and lied to themselves pretending they’re not slaves. The coming readjustment is just about busting delusions and putting the mirror in front of everyone’s face so they can see what they really are. Everything was mortgaged. It was all debt inflated equity which will go “poof it’s gone” in the ensuring economic collapse.

        • anonymint says:

          It is true that US consumers used 30-year mortgages for their homes, but that was the EFFECT of the banking elites making it available so that many were forced to buy with a mortgage or worry that they’ll be forever left out entirely from buying a home.

          You argue a “cause and effect“ that is actually Sheep Logic. ← Note how the sheep in their greed and myopia strangle each other to death, not paying attention to the collective plight and only focused on sticking their head through the gaps in the netting to get some food. As the sheep struggle to reach their single-minded goal, they strangle each other to death.

          Americans didn’t own anything anyway; they were renters and lied to themselves pretending they’re not slaves. The coming readjustment is just about busting delusions and putting the mirror in front of everyone’s face so they can see what they really are. Everything was mortgaged. It was all debt inflated equity which will go “poof it’s gone” in the ensuring economic collapse.

          Just like sheep, Americans are oblivious to their inherent actuarial bankruptcy when their debt inflated assets are soon marked-to-market in a rising interest rates, stagflation, economic implosion of Biblical proportions.

      • gauntlet33 says:

        @anonymint said, “In short, the elite globalists are very ethical and moral.”

        I was hoping that perhaps I misunderstood your argument and that you just misstated your beliefs, but you write very eloquently with precision, so I know I was wrong in that hope, and I now definitely see that you’re a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Just because the devils write a contract doesn’t make it ethical/moral. They are saying “we’ll give / force you to take a vaccine”…that’s unethical. They are saying that we won’t disclose the toxins/poisons in those vaccines – again unethical. They are then passing laws to release all liability. Again unethical.

        How do you not see that being forced to take a vaccine to interact in society which may sicken and kill millions/billions of people, profiting billions/trillions of dollars, and then not having any liability if people are hurt/killed is not ethical?

        YOU ARE A MADMAN!, and I’m ashamed that you were born an American. Further, you may want to check your bloodline because I think you may be a Rothschild.

        • anonymint says:

          If you ascertain that I refuse to tie my shoelaces together with and to an “in group” of morons who have destroyed themselves by following Sheep Logic, i.e. following the ass of the other sheep in front of them without considering the long-term ramifications, all opportunistically gorging on debt taking out 30 year mortgages to pump up the economy to hollow, astronomical notional values that will (now!) collapse back to the cash-economy value in the coming correction, then I stand guilty as charged.

          How do you not see that being forced to take a vaccine to interact in society which may sicken and kill millions/billions of people, profiting billions/trillions of dollars, and then not having any liability if people are hurt/killed is not ethical?

          Americans brought that on themselves by w(h)or(e)shipping Western medicine, lawsuits and politics, thus empowering doctors, lawyers, politicians and bureaucrats. Once you create and empower the infrastructure for your enslavement, then do not complain when it proceeds to enslave you. Americans are reaping what they sowed when they defied the Lord’s admonishment in 1 Samuel 8. When the Lord commanded as punishment in 1 Samuel 15 for all to be slaughtered including women and children, that was moral and ethical because the Lord had warned in 1 Samuel 8 but nobody obeyed.

          Even until now so many Americans trust the system and are afraid of the hoax virus or at least erroneously believe it is a real virus that infects humans even though the CDC cites research that says SARS-CoV-2 can’t infect humans. Americans and their “safety porn culture” (c.f. the George Carlin Save the Planet video I linked for you in my prior comment) are sowing this outcome.

          Please stop making excuses for indulgent CHRINO (Christians in Name Only) Americans. Stop lying to Americans as Trump is lying to Americans. Trump won’t tell you these truths, he’d prefer to let MAGA continue their delusion until 2022 when the SHTF with assassinations and total chaotic economic collapse, as Americans deserve.

          Jesus instructed in Matthew that to be righteous then walk with nothing from town to town, not even a shoulder bag.

        • anonymint says:

          You ostensibly share some of the delusions and misconceptions of many Americans. Thus your concomitant (i.e. attendant) cognitive dissonance and inability shift your mindset to appreciate what I’m trying to teach you.

          For example most Americans refuse to admit to themselves that Western medicine is mostly an iatrogenic fraud. And refuse admit that the USA has the highest conviction rate on the planet with a corrupt and brutal justice system. And refuse to acknowledge that suing everyone for everything forces everyone (with any wealth, especially small businesses) to hedge against lawsuits with insurance creating an army of vested interests in the economy which profits on maximizing fraud and entrapment.

          I could go on and on … but hopefully that’s enough to stimulate your thoughts about how Americans themselves are to blame for what is happening to the now.

    • anonymint says:

      But more importantly, what does that have to do with the issue of whether or not it is moral for an American to flee the US as a refugee?

      I didn’t write anything about the morality of refugees. I don’t prefer suburbanite Americans bringing their destructive culture en masse to Mexico and infecting it with what poisoned the USA. I would prefer that Mexico remain unique and thus a haven for those who like it just the way it is — not Americanized. We need the diversity in this world. The USA is a big enough place with too much underutilized land, so no need for Americans to go somewhere else and turn that other place into the “American Dream” (which you must be asleep to believe). Americans aren’t refugees; they’re spoiled brats who need to realize they’re not self-important anymore.

      The payback and irony is coming when countries start treating the indulgent USA as the Third World country that it will soon collapse into, as did Spain and Rome collapse from empire to cockroaches scurrying about.

      They were smart not to get caught up in the hysteria of the “American Dream”…or was it rather that their economy was that much weaker and fears of corruption and potential bad loans from buyers with low wages (maybe even under the table) kept bankers from providing the loans in the first place?

      Their system discourages American Dream disease from invading. And they’re successfully invading and turning the USA towards their system as planned. Looks like they have the dominant system. Americans were living in a lie to themselves.

    • anonymint says:

      Anyway, I liked your previous posts, but your recent comment caused me to decide to ignore when I see you posting as I’m now wondering if you’re a troll for THEM.

      I employ logic. I’m just try to analyze what is and make the correct observation of reality. What is wrong with being an elite if I could be seems that would better than being a slave? Although I will probably prefer to follow Jesus’ example to the extent I can.

      I will pushback on Americans and Westerners who think they’re superior to other cultures and systems. If that was the case, we wouldn’t be collapsing now.

      I’m an American (born in New Orleans) and I do love some of our culture but my calculating mind has to call a spade a spade.

      I’m happy to know you benefited from some of my earlier comments. Perhaps you shouldn’t throw out the baby with the bathwater.

      • gauntlet33 says:

        @anonymint said, “What is wrong with being an elite if I could be seems that would better than being a slave?”

        Yes, I would rather be rich than poor, but I would not want to be rich in order to manipulate, control and enslave others, but rather to have the freedom to live my life the way I want without having others to dictate my fate. From your comment, it’s not clear if you mean that you would rather be an elite like Bill Gates who wants to poison, control and enslave people, or if you just want to be rich to enjoy your freedom. If you mean the former, then that is SCARY…it tells me the only difference between you and THEM is that you were not capable of obtaining that level of power. People like that should be shut down, marginalized, and ostracized from society and taken away from positions of power to the extent legally possible, and I’m hoping that’s not what you meant.

        Further, I don’t think you realize the problem with your comments and the person who posted as “southamerica”. From what you and he/she say, it appears that you sincerely don’t want people to be free.
        As an example, everyone knows that millions of foreigners have migrated into America. I for one have no problem with that as long as they pay their way – taxes, etc. and aren’t a financial or criminal burden on society. And I love that they bring their culture with them. Imagine if the Japanese didn’t bring their sushi, or the Chinese their Chinese food, or Mexicans their tacos and burritos, Italians their pastas, lasagnas, and pizzas. These are all great things.

        And imagine if they come hear with barely knowing a few words of English. Should they be ostracized because they prefer to speak in their native tongue because that’s much easier for them?
        Hopefully you see now that comments such as yours and “SouthAmerica” are negative in the sense that you want to control people, instead of letting them voluntarily decide their actions – as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone. In other words, how does a Minnesotan bringing his Volvo to Mexico negatively affect you? Does driving a Volvo show superiority? For most people it’s a car to get around. And what if that person drove a Ferrari instead? Are you implying that you would despise and be jealous and bitter because he had a better car and was asserting his superiority over you? If so, it seems like your inferiority complex is the problem – not his car. And if he prefers to eat a dish normally served in Minnesota, that his parents would cook for him and reminded him of home up north, would you marginalize that person because he didn’t eat burritos while now in Mexico as a refugee?
        Hopefully, you see now how your comments are “SCARY” to say the least as you are perhaps subconsciously advocating for uniformity of all people, and that sameness eventually leads to the concentration camps when you get to the end of the rabbit hole.

        [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

        • anonymint says:

          Yes, I would rather be rich than poor, but I would not want to be rich in order to manipulate, control and enslave others, but rather to have the freedom to live my life the way I want without having others to dictate my fate […] If you mean […you want to emulate Gates et al], then that is SCARY…it tells me the only difference between you and THEM is that you were not capable of obtaining that level of power. People like that should be shut down, marginalized, and ostracized from society and taken away from positions of power to the extent legally possible, and I’m hoping that’s not what you meant.

          We are instructed to store up our treasures in heaven not in earthly wealth, which is fleeting and troublesome. We should strive to be sovereign independent of any incidental wealth that might be entrusted to us (c.f. the Parable of the Talents).

          My point is Americans can’t be free if they disobey the Bible. The Bible has wisdom such as the Lord’s admonishment in 1 Samuel 8 (which nobody follows, especially the CHRINOs) and for example Proverbs which says that the borrower is slave to the lender. Did you know that Romans 13 was incorrectly translated (presumably corrupted by Constantine) from the original Greek. Paul never said the government is always good and should be idolized as so many Americans do.

          The elite have God ordained power because they’re sovereign (as was Jesus and anyone who obeys 1 Samuel 8), they don’t disobey 1 Samuel 8, they don’t gorge on debt, etc.. Bill Gates is not a the top of elite food chain. Rothschild is who I have in mind as in the top echelon and possibly highly principled, baiting minions such as Gates and Soros to sin and do the dirty deeds.

          However to the extent that the elite disobey some other scriptures such as ignoring the poor or in other ways serving Satan instead of God, then their power comes from Satan and they will presumably suffer the ultimate punishment of eternal fire. God ostensibly employs them to punish us for disobeying the Bible, so in that way even though they may not be entirely morally and ethically pure, their role in punishing us as ordained by God is moral and ethical.

          • anonymint says:

            Did you know that Romans 13 was incorrectly translated (presumably corrupted by Constantine) from the original Greek. Paul never said the government is always good and should be idolized as so many Americans do.

            And here we have Republican Michigan Senate representative Ed McBroom (https://www.senatoredmcbroom.com/contact/) ostensibly implicitly citing the satanic, incorrect translation of Romans 13 to justify why he will not forcefully intervene (as a member of the state legislature) in the massive electoral fraud:

            https://twitter.com/SenEdMcBroom/status/1324809811507191817

            Finally, Christians must not fall easily into the trap of fighting, or even praying, for their candidate’s victory as the most important thing[goal or outcome] for themselves or this country. God has ordained government and it is not wrong to participate– it’s a duty. However, our mission is the great commission and we need to be: harmless as doves, loving our enemies (even political ones!), […]

            His logic defies that Jesus was violent with moneychangers at the temple, said he came bearing a sword and his command to not render unto Caesar what is God’s. His statement reminds of the story of the man who drowned because he refused the three rescue boats sent by God claiming that God would save him, lol.

            Although I agree with the senator that 1 Samuel 8 clearly tells us not to rally around an earthly King (i.e. government), Ed McBroom has already decided to work in the government so he has a duty to fight with all the means God has given him. If he wishes to be more righteous then he should leave government and walk with nothing from town to town as Jesus instructed. But don’t try to lead in government by being a party to the corruption by refusing to utilize all the lifeboat tools God entrusted in you in that position of authority.

            The Parable of the Talents clearly states the talents will stripped from those who bury in the ground the talents provided by God. This infuriates God. I would not want to willfully incur the wrath of God. I am posting the link to this comment in response to his aforelinked Twitter post.

        • anonymint says:

          Further, […] your comments and the person who posted as “southamerica” […] it appears that you [both] sincerely don’t want people to be free.

          Afaics neither @southamerica nor I spoke against freedom. We both expressed disdain for those Americans who bring with them their slavery philosophy of life and spread that mayonnaise all over the place.

          Espousing freedom is why I don’t want the suburbanite American slaves poisoning the well everywhere, because they bring their slavery philosophy of life with them where they go. They don’t even understand how they’re enslaving themselves. Note not all Americans fit this “suburbanite” CHRINO stereotype. Even @southamerica made an exception for the ‘nomads’ (i.e. Americans who attempt to emulate Jesus’ example and instruction on how to be righteous by walking with nothing from town to town). Obviously I’m not speaking for @southamerica and presumably he and I may not share identical philosophies and culture.

          In other words, how does a Minnesotan bringing his Volvo to Mexico negatively affect you?

          Either you didn’t watch the George Carlin videos I linked for you or you didn’t glean the characteristics of my intended stereotype from Carlin’s points? Carlin’s stereotypical point had nothing to do with the status symbol of the type of car driven, but instead the “safety porn culture” that driving a Volvo epitomizes.

          If so, it seems like your inferiority complex is the problem – not his car.

          https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Not_even_wrong

          And if he prefers to eat a dish normally served in Minnesota […] would you marginalize that person because he didn’t eat burritos while now in Mexico as a refugee? Hopefully, you see now how your comments are “SCARY” […] as you are perhaps subconsciously advocating for uniformity of all people

          You’ve apparently completely misunderstood me. I’m not writing about trivial subtleties of diverse culture. I am writing about the slavery culture that many stereotypical witless and pointless, suburbanite Americans unwittingly promote where ever they go.

          • anonymint says:

            Please refer back to what I wrote about the witless American culture in the Great Reset discussion.

          • anonymint says:

            Here’s a prime example of these do-gooder Americans who spread mayonnaise on all the interesting bits of cultures outside their own…

            @Beach Town Reseller commented and I replied with consternation:

            The level of professionalism in your videos just keeps going up and up.

            Professionalism is like mayonnaise — it smothers the interesting flavors. Americans and their infatuation with antiseptic zones and miles upon miles of the same franchises in strip malls. BORING!

  13. suzt says:

    RE: flee the USA for Mexico

    I left the USA 11 years ago because I felt the culture was spiritually bankrupt. Until the great panic I lived in Ecuador as a travel base and because I’m retired I have been wandering the planet. In March 2020 I decided to do a hunkercation in Oaxaca, Mexico (was here as a tourist) rather than return to Ecuador, which was already in full medical martial law. A month ago I rented an apartment in Oaxaca and am “settling in”

    I just want to add two points to this expatriation thread:

    1. The Great Reset is not limited to the USA so relocating to any country that is less totalitarian/neoliberal (as I’ve just done) is for me a tactical not a strategic action.

    2. Mexico is made of 32 states and some of them have implemented medical martial law. I chose to settle in the city and state of Oaxaca as the gov’t here never mandated lockdowns etc. but individual cities/pueblas/towns implemented them. Also in the city of Oaxaca so many people went into voluntary lockdown they brought our businesses to a close due to lack of customers. So the great news for me personally is I’ve been free to live my life and follow my passions for the last 8 months while my friends in Ecuador were in full lockdown and the gov’t is sending out suggestions that they may do another lockdown.

    I support this strategy of community building as critical, no matter where we each are spending the night. Knowing my neighbors and establishing kinship is a minimum requirement. Ecuadorians taught me this… in Latin America there is still a strong tradition of solidarity, driven by poverty as communal solidarity is critical for survival. This is something we each can do today.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Bump – Anecdote

      suzt says:
      I support this strategy of community building as critical, no matter where we each are spending the night.
      Knowing my neighbors and establishing kinship is a minimum requirement.
      Ecuadorians taught me this… in Latin America there is still a strong tradition of solidarity, driven by poverty as communal solidarity is critical for survival.
      This is something we each can do today.

  14. anonymint says:

    Note two days ago I emailed both of their protonmail.com email addresses (one in the video and the one on their website) and they are unresponsive. Flaky. Are they running some pseudo-scam (wrapped in sheepskin of “help and sharing” memes) to make money off of desperate Americans?

    Perhaps they don’t want to deal with me because I’m so knowledgeable and awake. Not as an easy, vulnerable target.

    Be careful. The scammers will be coming out of the woodwork now with the economic collapse and loss of jobs.

    • mkey says:

      If “they” is Derrick Broze on opurr email address, he said there were issues sending out emails, quite few people complained about not receiving a reply.

      Or maybe it’s the other thing, as you suggested lol

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