Interview 1615 – Manifesting Solutions on Declare Your Independence

02/01/202136 Comments

James joins Ernest Hancock on the Declare Your Independence radio show to discuss how we can shift the conversation from what “they” are doing to us to what we can do for ourselves, and, more importantly, why we are fighting in the first place.

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  1. shaul says:

    hi can’t find contact link, or any link’s

  2. shaul says:

    sorry prob be there after show

  3. jameslr says:

    Ernest Hancock “Be the change you want in the world.” and “MRNA shots make GMO humans.”
    Great interview James!

  4. sandbag says:

    Hello, folks fresh subscriber. Only picked up on Corbett’s work this past year. Glad to be here.

    • noconsent says:

      Ya, Ernie’s a character. I hope James will continue to do a number of these types of Interviews each week. I always seem to get some first hand knowledge out of them.

  5. spider says:

    Love the desert. Yes, it’s clean. At night you can see half the stars with low horizons. Rattlesnakes keep the mice population down.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I hear ya.
      30 years ago, on a wind-still evening in the middle of nowhere, while hiking down an Arizona desert gulch, the aesthetics stick with me to this day.

      • noconsent says:

        I recall driving through the Arizona Desert back in 1981. When I stopped to take a pee, it dried up within seconds.
        I think that even an Acre of that Farm Land Bill Gates has been collecting would be more productive with less effort, but then he is collecting it for a good reason,eh!

  6. thomas.j says:

    You should do something on this on Solutionswatch:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0HvhZIyfag

    (the Reddit Wall Street bets)

    • noconsent says:

      The GameStop Save Story made possible by many users of Reddit exposed how educated people can make the crooks pay (at least monetarily). Yep, the bastards Shut-down Trading in order to cut their losses because they could. (not because it was Just or even Legal)
      Below are quotes from “5 Min. Forecast”;

      “GameStop and everything connected with it is more than a financial phenomenon. It’s a cultural and social one, too — worthy of our entire 5 Mins. today.”

      and;
      “To my knowledge, nothing like this has ever happened before in capital markets, where millions of small traders, many of them using their $600 stimulus checks, worked in tandem to cripple wealthy institutional investors, leveraging their very own trading strategies against them.”

      It looks like this Reddit “Community” of Investors is working on exposing the manipulation of the Silver Markets as well.
      “What will they do next”, is the question being contemplated by the Control Freaks, and I am sure that they have some Authoritarian answer which will save the crooks from total exposure. Yet, they have been exposed to the point where even “Tucker” is talking about it on FOX.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Regarding the Reddit “WallStreetBets” story.
      I logged the essentials here on a SUB-THREAD, including the SILVER play (ploy).
      https://www.corbettreport.com/thegreatreopening-solutionswatch/#comment-103392

      As I reflect on it now, I feel like some Big Banks and Hedge Funds “played” the momentum and narrative to their advantage.

      One tactic they often use is to hype something to run it up. They make money on the upswing dragging the little guys in. Then they sell and also short the market to capture the money from the little guys.
      I call it a “head fake”.
      It’s a ploy to give an impression of a movement, just like with American football plays.

      I think that they did this with silver recently. I think that they helped to intentionally support its run-up in price, even though they might be short. They made money on the upswing last week (late January) and also this Monday (Feb 1st), then crashed silver on Tuesday.

      Years back, I well remember when they butchered Chipotle food joints (Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (CMG)) in the stock market. The PR narrative ran up the stock price, but as Chipotle made announcements about “no GMO food used”, suddenly the corporate sabotage started happening. News stories started coming out in different cities, repeatedly, about customers getting food poisoning. It was the oddest “coincidence”. Chipotle couldn’t figure out where the food poisoning was coming from, because suddenly it would just pop-up somewhere at one of their locations. I feel it was deliberate sabotage, because there appeared to be no connection to food sources on the bulk of the bad PR press narrative. Monsanto was grinning.
      This happened around 2015 to 2018. Their stock price went from about $740 to $255. Some big players made a lot of money on this short. Then the stock started climbing again. Today it is $1530 a share.

  7. отец says:

    There is some unique stuff happening in the capital of Alberta, which includes the support of the provincial and city police:
    https://youtu.be/ED_nzokqlz8
    https://youtu.be/Nr694RgrBRY
    https://youtu.be/2Vp540Zr-hE

  8. Dacajeweiah says:

    Hello my friends,
    I just wanted to inform you that there is another group of people that does on the street activism. It does this via the medium of stickers, its called the “White Rose”. They have created a variety of images with truth related material that you can download and make stickers, flyers etc. The group is only on Telegram I think (that’s how I found it) but I am not sure about that.
    Telegram link (you will need to install the app) :
    https://t.me/JoinTheWhiteRose

  9. welbyjn says:

    James,

    I just want to say I am fascinated by the fact that you are focusing on Solutions Watch. In a broad way, I think that we who advocate for an open society are just tired of the media. I stopped listening to the corporate media a long time ago. If I do hear something from them like “wear a mask,” I do THE EXACT OPPOSITE. It is very clear by now that they hold no interest in the welfare of society. In fact, my life seems to profit when I do the exact opposite of what MSM recommends.

    Thank you for focusing on solutions. We are attentive and ready to run with practicable solutions.

    “There’s a better world waiting for us out there, Sixsmith, and I’ll be waiting for you there”

    Frobisher to Sixsmith in ‘The Cloud Atlas.”

  10. dmay says:

    +1 for focusing on solutions. From watching their propaganda, to Aircrete and rural agricultural property! Staying informed on what the beast is up to is important, but focusing on it infects you with its negative energy, which is depressing, and robs people of energy. Focusing on solutions, on building something better, is positive and energizes people. Works better.
    As to recruiting people from the matrix, especially higher level technocrats, what ‘we’ have to offer that ‘they’ don’t is (among many, many other things) honesty, sincerity, integrity, and basic good will and human decency. Life in the corporate structure means harming other people and other creatures. Harming everything, really. Peace and real fulfillment cannot be found on that path. Ultimately, no matter how much money and power you get, it is empty and unsatisfying. Non-aggression, and helping rather than harming is better. All but the most twisted corporate sociopaths can feel the truth of this, and many of them would jump off their runaway train if they are offered the chance to be part of something better.
    Thank you!

  11. Alchemist says:

    “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you” – Matthew 7:7

    What happens when you mix dry depleted soil with hot steaming manure? Sprinkle in a few seeds, add water, a little sunshine… Magic!

  12. robert.t says:

    To be blunt, no.

    What “they” are doing to us needs to be the first thing in our minds. I already live in what some would consider a “solution” situation…and I know how easily it can all be taken away. Fifteen years ago our community could do yearly winter burn-offs ahead of the fire season (which is spring as you go north in eastern Oz). Now those burn-offs have been made almost impossible by multiple authorities, with the effect you may have read about last year. (That’s what Big Green is for. It’s got nothing to do with conservation.)

    The problem is not lack of positives, alternatives etc. The problem is malevolence, a malevolence which will not stop till billions demand back what they had. Looking for alternatives is okay (I do it all the time) but demanding back what was ours is primary.

    I like currency. I only like barter while I can still do most things with currency. And when I go to use silver, gold, bitcoin…the value reference is currency anyway. Living without currency would be like depending on a garden for food instead of just enjoying and supplementing. I want profit-making shops (so not Amazon) that take currency in exchange for food someone else grew because I don’t want to spend all day outwitting bower birds and brushtail possums.

    Just for today I will not look for a solution. Just for today I will demand back what was taken.

    • dcc2011 says:

      If it’s been 15 years then demanding is ineffective. I think the solution would have been for the community to have had the courage to stand up and have controlled burns anyway.

      • robert.t says:

        That’s not how it works. The local brigade having beers with locals on a still winter night after a dry spell was the way it was done. Not any more. The Forestry service regularly burnt off their land to my east, now they won’t touch it, under green orders. Starting fires off your own bat puts other people in an impossible situation. They pay for your “courage”.

        I work out alternative ways for me and mine, but that’s hardly the point. Quaint or boutique solutions will not stop the next state-wide conflagration. Of course demanding hasn’t reversed the madness of Big Green, or any aspect of the Great Reset…but what has?

        When I couldn’t grasp what was going on, people raised dissident voices and I heard. Others now hear me. Why would I stop? I know that high profile dissidents are mostly spooks or controlled opposition, but there’s real truth mixed in with the “truthing”. The Corbett Report has been a pretty good resource. Why stop now?

        We need to increase the numbers of critical voices, not leave the “normies” to their own devices because dwelling on negatives is so last decade.

  13. Pat O says:

    Thank you SO much for doing Solutions Watch. I’ve been collecting stories of positive news: better energy technologies, groups and people awakening, etc. A while back, we created a campaign to help people think positively. We did man-on-the-street interviews and nobody could name even one desired alternative to the circumstances they hate/fear. How sad. This was our project video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49Ft428QcZ8

    • noconsent says:

      Indeed, watching Main Stream Media will lead to Depression and put those manipulated by it in a Mindset where they think that they can do nothing.
      Yet, it is necessary to know your enemy, if you are to defeat them, so I prefer a Realist approach.
      Yes, it is important to have a Vision of what a more prefect World would look like in order to participate in moving the World in that direction, however, good things often go bad and those who are not vigilant are often lead astray.
      I know many who have chosen not to listen to “Conspiracy Facts” about who controls, Fiat Money, Vaccines, Social Media, and anything else they have determined to be negative. My view is that, these things would make me depressed as well, if I were not doing something. The first step is to expose the evil ones who Play the Sheeple, then once you know their Game, you can begin to fix things.
      The evil ones what more Centralized Authoritarian control, thus we need to Decentralize/Localize.

  14. Save 10% of Earnings! says:

    http://www.Thoughtsonfreedom.xyz has a list of mindless, damn near effortless, things that you can do that does massive damage to the powerful. Disproportionate to your actual size. May not seem like it but each step counters an attack on each of us as individuals.

    • noconsent says:

      This is a good 5 Min video I picked up from the link posted above by “Save 10% of Earnings”;

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFoXyFmmGBQ.

      I think it shows how the AMA and the ADA are actually Private Clubs that influence (Use) Government for the benefit of the Organization.

      When I attended a Local Water Board Meeting to Protest the adding of Fluoride to the municipal water supply , I was told by the head of the Water Department that they monitor it to the exact specifications given to them by the ADA. Indeed, this is the same ADA that has been recommending Mercury Fillings for the last 70 years, which has been proven to be the #1 cause of Mercury Poisoning.
      Indeed, their are lots of good Doctors and Dentists, however, in order to Practice on people, who have a lot of patience, they need to be Licensed by one of these Private Clubs.
      I think this all started in the States with Lawyers being Licensed and becoming Members of “The Bar” before they could “Practice” Law in Corporate Courts.
      Indeed, the control of others, by way of Deception, was exposed by Jesus Christ some 2000 years ago, and many of his followers lost their lives over the following centuries before the Roman Empire self-destructed.
      Perhaps we are seeing something similar to the Fall of the Roman Empire playing out today.
      Was the rise of Vatican City and the power of the Pope a good thing gone bad?
      If power corrupts, and ultimate power corrupts ultimately, then I think we can predict when it began to go bad.
      Less Government is Better!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Geez!
      YouTube went full Gestapo on this Heller video that they censored.
      Heller’s “Antifa bookburning visuals compared to Nazi bookburning visuals” got “bookburned” by YouTube.

      The Tony Heller YouTube story is so nutty insane, that at first glance, one would think it came from “The Babylon Bee”.

      Here is a recent Babylon Bee headline:
      “Portland erects statue in honor of Antifa rioters who tore down all the statues”

      • mkey says:

        I don’t know about the Bee, Homie. Their stories usually make me go something like “could this be true?… naah” while the gulagtoob is going full on pandemonic psyco queen bitch from hell on a bad perm day kind of crazy and evil.

  15. Faaz says:

    https://noagendasocial.com/auth/sign_in is a good example of a decentralized alternative for social media. Runs on many different servers and you can set up one for yourself

    • cyphergato says:

      Mastodon is not censorship-resistant. Decentralization is a buzzword without clear architectural goals to ensure censorship is not feasible.

      https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2019/07/statement-on-gabs-fork-of-mastodon/

      We have seen this marketing term thrown about recklessly even though its most high-profile implementations (Lightning Network, FileCoin, Mastodon, etc.) are breaking down in real-time.

      Curry is late to this game so I cannot fault his lack of understanding here, but pull back the curtain a bit. Don’t outsource your critical thinking to Technocrats, even ones who claim to be working on “decentralized” solutions.

      ITM, citizen.

  16. Eric says:

    Does anyone know if the scripts that they use to refresh the ipfs copy are freely available?

    I might be able to help to automate things (both from possible code modifications and hardware to run on) but I haven’t looked into it deeply.

    • mkey says:

      Should be simple, but it isn’t, sadly. I think whoever adds any (media) content from this site to IPFS should get the same hash and therefore the system will know where is that file seeded from. If one runs some webcopier application and mirrors the whole site in a folder, that mirror should be addable to IPFS and shareable with anyone who might be interested.

      The point Ernes made about the neccessitiy of downloading everything again for refreshing what is shared on IPFS didn’t make much sense to me, but I may be missing something. An incremental update should be possible, especially with all the multimedia files that don’t change.

  17. TimmyTaes says:

    A very good interview. Nice to live in the country and be left alone. I did that with hippie friends in 1971/’72 in South Dakota. Our farmhouse overlooked the Missouri River Valley.
    But reality soon enough came calling.
    A good friend of mine says that the human race will die off because people just won’t f$%k anymore. They won’t want kids. They’ve got enough to live on until they die.
    If we are to fight for a future, what is that future?
    Where does human nature change in the futures?
    Where?
    Human nature hasn’t changed since the last ice age.
    James, thanks for the solutions scenarios on your channel.
    But I think it’s too late.
    Too late for me anyway.
    Wishing you all, all the best.
    TJM

  18. cyphergato says:

    A powerful note to end on, James – we MUST incentivize the builders, the creators, and the consumers to use not only new platforms, but new business models. Otherwise any solution is dead on arrival.

    This is why “solutions” like IPFS are so inherently flawed. We’ve had distributed filesharing through torrents for nearly two decades now, yet deplatforming and memory-holing of content is at all-time highs. Why? There’s no incentive to seed a torrent! Having to seed a “global swarm” in IPFS is no different. And in a sad twist of fate, AnCaps flock to it, yet giving away free rackspace and bandwidth is Anarcho-Syndicalist in nature and will never scale to meet the demands of a global marketplace.

    Both torrents and IPFS have bolt-on incentive mechanisms in the form of BTT and FileCoin – nobody uses these and the fact that they are afterthoughts is all you need to know to see the failure in real-time. But hey, if people want to do business with Peter “Palantir” Thiel, then go ahead, use FileCoin and IPFS. See how that works out for you long-term.

    As one of the engineers that’s working on developing Free Humanity tech stacks, I must say that it’s incredibly disheartening work. “Small L” libertarians are so desperate for solutions, they’ll latch onto any new technology promising a solution, even if it means abandoning economic principles in the process.

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