We're All Dutch Farmers Now

07/17/202295 Comments

For weeks now, farmers in the Netherlands have been engaging in fierce protests over their government's plan to halve the country's nitrogen and ammonia pollution by 2030. It is estimated that this plan—which will mandate emissions cuts of 95% in some provinces—will require a 30% reduction in livestock and will drive many of the nation's farmers out of business.

The protests have been remarkably heated, as tens of thousands take to the streets to block the country's highways, torch bales of hay and spread manure around politicians' homes. In one incident, Dutch police actually fired live rounds on one of the protesters as he attempted to breach the police line with his tractor.

Yes, the scenes coming out of the usually quiet Dutch countryside are shocking. But they should not be. They are just the early stages of a great worldwide battle that is shaping up between the free people of the world and the technocrats, who are starting to clamp down on them in the name of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Enslavement.

Make no mistake: Whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever you do, these power-hungry elitists will be coming after your livelihood next. We are all Dutch farmers now.

This is the story of how we got here, where we're going and what it means.

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  1. Gavinm says:

    It is amazing how effective the tactic of using “green”/climate change rhetoric as a trojan horse for the roll out of their totalitarian regime and eugenics operations has been. It gets people emotionally invested as they genuinely care about the biosphere and so they jump on board the propaganda train without thinking it through.

    I mean there are alternative fertilizers to synthetic NPK (which can be detrimental to the soil biology/structure) but the way industrial AG corporations/”educational” systems have indoctrinated farmers and gotten them hooked and dependent on synthetic inputs (via getting them to invest in massive machines engineered to spray specific materials and grow/harvest monocultures) makes it unlikely the farmers will be capable of transitioning to locally sourced organic fertilizer inputs in time to stabilize their incomes/crop yields with such policies being implemented. Thus, despite the reality of viable (locally scalable) currently unregulated alternatives for plant food, it is not likely these will be used to the degree where the food supply will remain intact for those that depend on grocery stores.

    Focusing on taking steps to be able to grow and preserve more of my own food/medicine (and helping others to be able to do the same) is seeming more and more imperative each day.

    One thing does seem pretty certain, using the term “black gold” to refer to compost will become more and more true as the days, months and years go by.

    Keep up the great work James.

    Much love and respect from Canada.

  2. Ethan Hunter says:

    Thought I might post some comic relief from these distressing times, this is a funny stand up special from Jim Breuer comedically “laughing at tyrants” in this wonderful performance…


  3. mapinkett says:

    very interestting times indeed !
    how do we stop a civil war over this.Most people only want to protest about climate change and will not be able to separate the two stories. The vegan lobby. In the uk this is a very wierd situation. I have been talking about climate change lies for years and have been met with utter hostility and abuse. They do noy accept any othetr version. Even my local supplied butchers are not able to comment on it.
    People do not want to give up their meaning to life. Climate change…Mettias Desmet…

    • Octium says:

      It would not surprise me if there was a strong correlation between unchangeable belief in climate change and the number of needle holes in their arms, so we may not need to convince them soon!

  4. Jason says:

    We are seeing a shift in momentum here in the Netherlands, there are strong dissident counter voices emerging : Cafe Weltschmerz, Gezond Verstand, Blauwe Tijger, De Nieuwe Wereld, De Andere Krant. Prominent figures like Willem Engel, Jeroen Pols, Karel van Wolferen, Sven Hulleman, Arno Wellens, Willem Middelkoop and one political party who are making the difference and see through the facade, but put away as ‘far-right’ which is Forum voor Democratie, with a talented group: Baudet, Van Meijeren and Van Houwelingen. There is most certainly a clear divide between narrative followers and non-narrative followers, although as protests grow since Covid moving to the current Stikstof protests (Nitrogen hoax) and the fact that the Ukraine inflation, energy and food crises fable is wearing off, the general public is starting to realise something is rotten in the state of The Netherlands.

    • thomas.w says:

      I think it’s controlled oposition. Farmers are pushed into a trap.

    • Cody Jarrett says:

      Hi Jason, I’m Dutch as well (den haag) and nice to meet a fellow rioter here (you unwashed masses 🙂

      Powerful writing and what also struck me was the parallel between the American independence and this. It is almost the same in urgency and strife. But the technology is so refined the propaganda is terrifying… Some don’t see it and are hard to awaken.

      Anyway, upwards and onwards. Fight the good fight B&S

  5. TimmyTaes says:

    Thanks James. Great article. I can only speak for myself and my wife. We are about 70 years old. We no longer go out to dinner or visit friends, well, we lost our friends over the scamdemic, anymore. We don’t travel. Our cat died last winter. We are alone. No family, no friends, no pets.
    Our health has also been affected. We didn’t get any jabs, but in spring of 2021 we had to stay at a local hotel for 11 days while our old house was rewired. We have been sick ever since. We were exposed to the jabbed in our town, and 89% got the jabs here.
    It is all invisible. The virus, if there is a virus. The spike proteins, if there are spike proteins.
    Now I read that the ozone is going and UV radiation is high. Can’t see that either.
    All invisible.
    But empty shelves in grocery stores is visible.
    High gas prices and high food prices is visible.
    Protesting farmers are visible.
    Now it gets interesting.

  6. sbk says:

    On a positive note, I am seeing fewer and fewer Ukrainian flags displayed about my town and on car bumpers. It seems as though as the made-in-China (their enemy?) products begin to deteriorate, those displaying the virtue can no longer support the cause. I am hopeful the world is truly waking up!

    I’ve started my own experiments in both indoor and outdoor gardening this year. There may yet be a “Dark Winter”, but I’m confident my neighborhood will be at least slightly better off than many of those I know. Finding like minds is actually becoming easier!

    James, as always, thank you for your tireless efforts.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      sbk says:
      “Finding like minds is actually becoming easier!”

      I notice that trend also.
      They may not have all the information, but they do observe that ghostly smell that something is rotten in Denmark.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      RE: sbk says: “Finding like minds is actually becoming easier!”

      The article goes beyond the headline to discuss employees at the CDC, NIH, etc.

      Jefferey Jaxen on Tuesday July 19, 2022
      More Parents Believe in UFOs Than Covid Shots For Their Children

      “After nearly a month of the government heavily pushing vaccines in kids under 5, only three percent of parents have chosen to get their kids under 5 vaccinated. More parents believe in UFOs I think….”

      These were the words of Johns Hopkins University health care expert Dr. Marty Makary during a FOX News interview recently. Is he accurate? …

      …“The NIH’s Vaccine Research Center has had many of its senior scientists leave over the last year, including the director, deputy director and chief medical officer. “They have no leadership right now. Suddenly there’s an enormous number of jobs opening up at the highest level positions,” one NIH scientist told us…

      …The CDC has experienced a similar exodus. “There’s been a large amount of turnover. Morale is low,” one high level official at the CDC told us. “Things have become so political, so what are we there for?” Another CDC scientist told us: “I used to be proud to tell people I work at the CDC. Now I’m embarrassed.” …

  7. inisfad says:

    Thus far, at least in my country in the EU, there has not been ONE minute of coverage or acknowledgement of the Dutch farmers’ protest, in any mainstream media source. People that I know who get their news solely from MSM, have not even heard of it.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Saturday July 16, 2022 – Reuters
    Yellen says U.S. aims to move ahead with global minimum corporate tax

    NUSA DUA, Indonesia, July 16 (Reuters) – The United States will look for every opportunity to move ahead and enact a global minimum corporate tax agreement despite the opposition of a key Democratic senator, Joe Manchin, to raising corporate taxes, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.

    Yellen told reporters on Saturday that finance officials from the Group of 20 major economies reached strong consensus about many issues, including the need to address a worsening food security crisis, despite differences over Russia’s war in Ukraine that prevented the leaders from issuing a joint statement.

    Manchin, who holds the pivotal vote in the evenly divided Senate, this week said he would not support a Democratic proposal for new climate change spending and higher taxes for corporations and wealthier Americans.
    His opposition could imperil passage of legislation that would commit the United States to a
    15% global minimum corporate tax, a key part of an agreement that Yellen helped negotiate with nearly 140 countries last year.

    “We are very committed to moving ahead with this. This is a truly important global initiative,” she said on the second day of a two-day G20 meeting in Bali. “I can tell you that we will continue to look for every possible opportunity that we have to move this forward.”….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “US Retaliates Against Hungary For Obstructing 15% Global Minimum Tax”

      In response to Hungary’s obstruction of the European Union’s adoption of a 15% global minimum tax on corporate income, the Biden administration on Friday announced it will terminate a 43-year-old tax treaty with the country.

      Hungary blocked the EU’s finalization of the 15% minimum tax scheme in June. Over the past dozen years, Hungary has slashed its corporate tax rate from 19% to just 9%.

      In October 2020, 136 countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)—together representing more than 90% of the world’s GDP—agreed to move forward with the tax plan. Making it an actual reality, however, requires countries and economic blocs to pass legislation….


  9. Theo says:

    People are waking up that it all doesn’t make sense. It’s the world on its head. (That’s why the Dutch farmers are waving the Dutch flag upside down.) The idea that we can change every-bodies diet without consequences is another illusion. A forced change of diet will have a profound impact. Maybe the powers that shouldn’t be know this and are trying to implement this as another form of control. https://www.bitchute.com/video/Raqz2GuGROQU/ As usual the truth about the real impact of farming is not told and the masses are falling for it… again. https://www.bitchute.com/video/SYM4XGDJEwGp/

  10. czu says:

    I know of ‘news junkies’ that have not even heard of the protests happening in the Netherlands (and Poland, Germany , etc.).
    Our news channels have resorted to censorship by omission more so than any other time in history. Calling them out on this will result in nothing as these broadcasters are fully controlled by the same people that control most governments around the globe.
    Believe nothing they report and keep in mind they are cunning and deceptive.
    They will mix in truth with the lies just to keep us off balance.

    Thanks James for reporting. We need you now more than ever before.

    • G. Jingping says:

      Yes, turning off the corporate/government news media is the most important first step. It’s like turning off a white noise machine, and finally hearing clearly. When you realize how corrupt Hollywood is, you’ll end up being unable to stomach their dressed-up propaganda either, but that’s okay, you have better ways to spend your time.

  11. Gavinm says:

    The pathway I choose to stand up and take action to dissolve the tyranny gaining momentum in this world is to remove my support from their parasitic systems, empower others in my community to do the same and starve the parasites.

    As part of my permaculture design mindset and approach to life, I try to make an honest assessment by taking a step back, looking at the realistic worst case scenario, and then analyzing if my design (and/or my way of living) is resilient and adaptable enough to survive (and preferably thrive) if such a hypothetical worst case situation happened. When I design a garden I try to imagine what the pressures of a storm that only happens once every hundred years (or a hundred year drought etc) would do to my garden. Would it survive? Would it still produce? How can I optimize this design to be ready to withstand the pressures of a ‘hundred years storm’?

    When I apply this lens of perception to our current situation I see that overt government-sponsored genocide/violent oppression in high population centers being possible in our future (regardless of geographic location) I also feel that focusing a lot of time and resources on weapons or planning for combat/revolting is not a solid way to prepare for that potential emergency, because in the end, if the oligarchs unleash their full arsenal in the open, we are talking about high powered LRADs and DEWs (microwave based, laser based and other directed energy weapons) that can be mounted on vehicles at a distance and we are talking about heavily armed drones and robotic combat units (and those are just a few of the technologies we know about). Attempting to wage war on the plutocrats and their armies of brainwashed soldiers that possess next level weapons tech and fire power (violent revolution) is (to me) a bad idea for so many reasons.

    The thing about taking steps to learn to grow and preserve one’s own food is that it simultaneously serves the purpose of increasing one’s emergency preparedness while also increasing the quality of one’s life (even during the best of times). This is a pathway that also starves the oligarchs and their parasitic corporations. If one embarks on such a journey of learning and then a tyrannical government decides to use the threat of violence to take away one’s land or home, the act of learning and enriching oneself via growing and preserving the food still remains valuable. If we choose to do things that help us align with natural localized cycles for providing our basic survival needs (like gardening, seed saving, foraging and preserving) we are increasing our emergency preparedness in a joyful and healthy way.

    (continued in another comment)..

    • Gavinm says:

      ..That is why I put my time and energy into preserving/sharing heirloom seeds, creating good soil, gardening skills, creating food forests, increasing foraging knowledge/experience, increased health/immunity, preserving experience, and that is why I put most of my time and energy into the symbiotic relationships and friendships I forge with neighbors and the broader community I am a part of (through sharing abundant harvests, seeds, knowledge and helping others to grow regenerative gardens and make medicines) as these are things that have innate value. These things will retain their value whether or not tyranny is commonplace (and whether or not we have access to fiat currency or any kind of currency that is authorized by central authorities for that matter). Thus, even given the possibility of our corrupt government freezing accounts etc, I whole heartedly believe that taking time to learn to grow, forage for, and preserve one’s own food and medicine is a wise path forward in this uncertain times.

      I feel it is also worth noting that there are ancient horticultural systems that were utilized by some Native American and First Nation peoples (as well as others on different continents) and they are ways of cultivating which can offer us an effective method to create resilient food/medicine production systems that are less likely to be raided by degenerates, mercenaries, government thugs or brainwashed soldiers as they are by the very nature of their design, ‘camouflaged’ to the untrained eye. These “Food Forests” become permanent gardens that require very little (if any) work to keep alive and producing once they are established. These systems contain a wide spectrum of species suitable for harvesting food, medicine, building material and other important resources. The mature Food Forest, looks like it sounds, and so because the modern eye has been trained to see food production systems as big fields, many would not recognize what they were looking at if they saw it and would ignore the forest garden as ‘just another useless section of forest’ and move on.

      I will share links to a few examples below so you can see what I am talking about below in another comment.

      • Gavinm says:

        .. – https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/ancient-indigenous-forest-gardens-still-yield-bounty-150-years-later-study







        If we cultivate food forests like the ancient peoples that lived in what is now called Canada, the US, Morocco (and many other places where indigenous peoples created similar permanent food production systems that blended with existing ecology) we are building up food security and doing so in a way that is essentially ‘invisible’ to the ignorant. These systems provide habitat for diverse wildlife, replenish the water table, stabilize the soil and feed humans at the same time. It is likely most roaming thugs would not be able to recognize a food forest if they saw one and even if armed thugs were to kill those that tend the food forest, history teaches us the food forests gain their own momentum and continue to live on and feed others for many generations.

        Therefore, I see this as a viable, honorable and practical path forward in these uncertain times. We can forge alliances with the more than human world through planting food forests all over, and in doing so provide not only for ourselves, but countless future generations in the process.

        For anyone interested in beginning to cultivate a food forest/’forest garden’ I can share an excerpt from my soon to be published book (upon request) which offers a list of ideal plant species for incorporating into a food forest (with separate lists of plants/trees that are specific to a range of different climates).

        (continued in another comment)..

        • Gavinm says:

          .. .. Many that are aware of the real geopolitical/financial power structure above our puppet governments here in Canada see the impending implementation of the intended technocratic neo-feudalist slavery system and they feel moved to ‘storm the castle gates’ so to speak (as people did in Sri Lanka recently). I personally think that while this type of action may be gratifying (in theory) however, even if it were successful (resulting in making fearful oligarch puppet government heads resign and run for the hills) it will not affect the long term trajectory of the parasitic oligarchic empire, but rather just force them to alter course slightly.

          There apparently a growing desire in the awakening masses (globally) to rise up and tear down these corrupt systems of involuntary governance and punish those responsible for the ongoing atrocities being perpetrated on innocents. Part of me feels that way as well.. but another part of me knows that doing that would not create permanent beneficial changes to our world (even if it was possible, which given the tech they possess, I doubt).

          As much as I sometimes wish this corrupt system would be forced to come crashing down by an uprising and the punishing of those responsible for their crimes against humanity, the truth is violent uprisings/revolutions can be usurped, co-opted and managed by the plutocrats and have been all throughout human history. They know violence and turbulence well as they are some of the elite`s tools of choice.

          Having observed the misanthropic psychopaths that run our governments (and their subsidiary systems of oppression) on earth for a very long time I have come to understand the way to get rid of them is not by attempting to kill or jail them. After all, even if someone did succeed at doing that, it would only be killing or locking up some people not ridding the world of a massive global parasitic empire which feeds on fear, ego, dependence on centralized systems and violence. The people in the echelons of that system are merely those who have been indoctrinated into and contributed towards building/maintaining that empire, they are not the reason such a system can exist on earth. Therefore, killing the people would only create a vacuum within that empire, that would in time be filled by other humans suffering from the same ego/fear dis-ease and mental instability that the original puppet masters suffered from. In order to permanently rid the world of this type of individual you have to create an environment where psychopathic and parasitic individuals and the systems which they create cannot flourish. The key is found not in openly attacking them with violence but rather in leaving them behind by rendering their parasitic systems obsolete and unable to draw strength from us.

          (continued in another comment)..

          • Gavinm says:

            ..The dominant members of the global oligarchic hegemony (which Catherine Austin Fitts refers to as “Mr.Global” and CJ Hopkins refers to as “GloboCap”) are parasites, plain and simple. They are individuals that create systems that extract resources from the ‘organism’ they are a part of (to the detriment of the health of the host organism) without giving anything back. Whether you consider that ‘organism’ to be Humanity or the living Planet Earth as a whole, both are true and relevant. They even engage in strategies that parallel the biological mechanisms of parasites involving using manipulation techniques to make the host crave that which is ideal for feeding the parasite (see: corporate advertising, social media behavior modification programs, using “TV As A Weapon” https://www.corbettreport.com/mediacourse/ and other mind control techniques).

            Removing a tapeworm from the human body without addressing the diet, lifestyle and the quality of one’s internal environment that resulted in the tapeworm being able to take hold in the first place is only a temporary solution.

            These oligarchs attempting to create a new type of slavery system are very much like parasites. Thus, if we do not alter our way of living and perceiving our place in this world (and just seek to remove the psychopaths from power) all we will be doing is removing the ‘tapeworm’ but neglecting to address the circumstances that allowed it to take hold in the first place.

            These corporate parasites now begin to target their potential prey/hosts at a young age. I read a study a while back which found that the average American child can now identify over 100 corporate logos and yet can typically identify less than ten plants. As James as wisely stated “the revolution of the mind is an intergenerational project”. Thus, we must strive to help the young ones reconnect with nature in this sacred endeavor.

            If we want our solution to be permanent we need to focus on creating an environment where parasites and psychopaths have no ability to take hold, gather strength and influence.. and this is a path we can only embark upon when we look within and put our hands to work in a creative/collaborative way in our local communities.

            In order to see a new civilization and way of living take hold and begin to become the norm we must cut our ties to the old ways and begin to live a new way. We must remember what our ancestors were wise enough to understand and forge a close knit relationship with the land we live on. The interdependence, sacred geometry, efficiency, resilience and regenerative capacity of the intact ecosystems where we live can provide us guidance on the path forward. Through emulating these living systems in the garden/farming sector and engaging in biomimicry with our technology we can create resilient systems and ways of perceiving that can provide us food, medicine and wisdom on our path to create a brighter future. And it can begin with something as simple as humility and a handful of seeds.

            • pkadams says:

              Unfortunately not very many people will choose this path. Dependence on the machine is perfectly okay for most people. So the “We” that you speak of will be a small group. And eventually ‘we’ will be forced to choose to take the mark of the beast or perish.

              • Gavinm says:

                I personally have seen an exponentially increasing amount of people interested in creating a regenerative garden, preserving food/medicine, creating food forests and educating the young ones about those things where I live. It is true there are a great many that are hypnotized by the endless waves of Problem-Reaction-Solution Psyops and propaganda but it is also true that it only takes a single candle to light up an entire room filled with darkness.

                Lets say that it will come down to the hypothetical you just described (being “forced to choose to take the mark of the beast or perish”) if that is so, then for me the question becomes “How do I want to spend the time I have left on this Earth?”

                Do I want to spend the time I have been gifted to wield the weapons of man in violence?

                Or do I want to embody faith in that which the Creator of all things gave us and plant the seeds of hope, love and abundance by working with my hands in the rich Earth?

                In closing I will share an excerpt from an essay I feel is pertinent to this discussion and the times we are living in:

                “An abuser, whether a person or a system, offers an opportunity to graduate to a new degree of sovereignty. ?? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ? ????? ????? ??. ???? ???? ?? ????, ???? ? ????? ?????? ????? ?? ? ??????. ?? ???????????? ?????? ???????? ????????????? ???????? ?? ???? ??????, ??? ??????????? ??? ????? ?????? ??. We may experience this as synchronicity, which seems to happen with uncanny frequency just at those moments where one takes a leap in the dark. She leaves the abusive spouse in the dead of night with nowhere to go. Yet she is not reckless, because she knows It is time. She steps out into nothingness and Lo! Something meets her foot. A path invisible from the starting point opens with each step along it.
                So it shall be. The world will rearrange itself around the brave choices millions of people are making as they trust the knowledge, It is time. If you join us, you will be witness to a most marvelous paradox. The transition to a more beautiful world is a mass awakening into sovereignty, far beyond the doing of any hero, any leader, any individual. Yet you will know that it was you—your choice!—that was the fulcrum of the turning of the age.”

                – Charles Eisenstein (from his essay titled “A Path Will Rise to Meet Us”

            • jckays says:

              A long read, but well worth it. The easy and quick “way out” is that spoken of as violence, which only leads to more of the same.
              Thank you ever so much for taking the time to write as you do, most will not be affected directly, but it only takes a one to pick up the banner and continue on bringing others eventually along.
              Reality really is only that which we think into being, and it takes a change of thought to change the reality. Thought is primary, the rest just follows along. Thank you for taking the time to correspond as you do.

              • Gavinm says:

                Thank you for reading what I shared and for your thoughtful comment, affirmation and heartfelt expression of solidarity.

                I compiled the above comments that I shared into a blog post on substack to make it sharable with a broader audience, I can share a link if you like.

                I really appreciate your distilling down the truth of how it is we (who are collectively the co-authors of this story) which bring that which we will experience into being a consensus reality.

                Your comment made me think of a song I stumbled across the other day called “In is the only way out” and made me think I something that I wrote years ago on the topic of the power of our thoughts and emotions in shaping reality.

                Many who seek a path to peace and bringing about a new paradigm for mankind wait for others to do the groundwork so that they can find sturdy footing. In truth, the thoughts we choose are the stepping stones and the emotions we give our energy to are the mortar that holds them in place. You are the architect and sculptor of the path you find laid before your feet. Whether consciously or unconsciously you weave the fabric of the reality you will experience.

                We are energy artists, painting on a canvas with the stuff of our dreams… the shadows of our fears, and the light of our faith. With each thought, emotion and action we are stroking our paint brushes across the canvas that is the fabric of reality.

                Perhaps this is why so much of the so called “entertainment” being broadcast on the TV, in theaters, on Netflix and other streaming services is so increasingly full of negative, emotionally damaging, violent, materialistic and fear propagating material. Those that exert more influence than elected officials know the power of directing the thoughts and attention of billions of human beings well, and so they use those mediums to program people to “paint themselves into a corner” (so to speak). Well it only takes a small change in perspective to realize we can paint over what was and start a completely new pattern any moment we chose to, we are only limited by their matrix of fear as long as we believe we are…

              • Gavinm says:

                …This is why I feel it is so important to help encourage the young ones to stay in touch with their innate connection to their true nature which emanates from their souls. I wrote about this in detail under the post that James shared on “Autodidacticism” as I feel that a path embarked upon to go inward without the baggage of dogmatic belief systems often allows one to find confidence in putting their spiritual knowing into action (as it is based on direct personal experience rather than second hand ideas, concepts or techniques).

                When combined with food autonomy (via gardening/creating food forests) spiritual autonomy takes on an unstoppable momentum in re-shaping communities (and our collective consciousness).

                I have found that for many I have observed, the act of caring for plants, closely observing patterns in nature, saving seeds (and perpetuating the abundance inherent in nature in our gardens) serves to accelerate the expansion of spiritual learning. The intentional nurturing of other beings to achieve their highest potential in turn nurtures the more pertinent aspect of our own being. This synergistic feed back loop results in the regeneration of not only the health of human bodies and the Earth, but also a regeneration of our spiritual connection to that which exists beyond this physical experience.

                Thus, in these times when we are called to both nurture our bodies as well as the body of the Earth while we focus our creative capacity on shaping a new consensus reality, though I do not subscribe to any one particular religion, I feel a saying from the Bahá’í Faith is quite apt:

                We are called to “Walk the Mystical Path with Practical Feet”.

              • Gavinm says:

                Some links that provide scientific data showing the power of thoughts and emotions (especially those that are held in coherence by large groups of people) to influence this world and other people at a distance:





      • Mishelle says:

        Wonderful post and solutions! Do you have a blog? I’d like to follow your progress. We are at Kenshohomestead.org. There are additional benefits to all the practically empowering and wholesomeness you discuss and I mean to write a post on this because the slow changes over a decade aren’t always so obvious until you focus on them, and that is, my entire concept of waste has shifted and I already was someone very conscious of waste. When you are doing all the work of growing, preparing, planning, with animals to feed and then consider how you grew up, most of us, in the suburbs without even a compost bin, it really does stand out what a long way we’ve come!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Again, I want to say that I love your website…


          I hope your place (east of me) has gotten some rain with all this heat and the high pressure dome.

          In the North Dallas area, with day after day of 100F temperatures, I had 10 minutes of a Thundershower within the past 40 days.

        • Gavinm says:

          Thanks Mishelle!

          I have started a blog at https://gavinmounsey.substack.com/

          Also, (as Steve Smith graciously pointed out below) I am working on publishing a book that encapsulates the current focus of my work (which you can learn more about here: recipesforreciprocity.com )

          I look forward to exploring your website when I have a chance and perhaps collaborating with you on implementing some of the above described solutions in some mutually beneficial way in the future.

          Wishing you many bountiful harvests this year and beyond 🙂

        • Gavinm says:

          @Mishelle Your website is beautiful and may I say what an inspiring journey you have been on!

          We have been running low on rain recently too, thankfully our sequestration systems (both above and in ground) have enough water stored to get us through droughts.

          Our peppers are starting to ripen up in big waves, big heirloom toms changing color, lots of blueberries and black currants still coming off the bushes and our Goji berries are starting to produce solid harvests as well.

          What crops are you harvesting in the garden right now? 🙂

          Perhaps we could do a seed swap some time 🙂

        • Gavinm says:


          I just wanted to thank you for putting together your excellent “Funny Friday” meme newsletters. My wife and I enjoy the content very much. The laughter (and truth) they provide has served as a much needed medicine in these challenging times. 🙂

          May the seeds you plant in 2023 (both in the ground and in heart’s and minds) result in bountiful harvests of food for the soul and nourishment for the body.

      • Duck says:


        I agree that thinking that violence is gonna solve a systemic issue is wrong…but I would quibble a bit about the impossibility of fighting the ruling class (even though that’s NOT my recommendation!) Because all those high tech weapons that they can deploy are dependent on having a functioning industrial and tech base and smart same people to operate that system.

        As they fill up their system with defective weirdos and subservient drones the more likely it is that that system will fail them…. when the system stops feeding calories and dopamine into the drone class the smarter managers will turn on their bosses…. a bunch of savages in the middle east pretty much beat the US and its bottomless purse because THEY wanted to win more then we did.

        • Gavinm says:

          I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts.

          I suppose even if there were an effective way to “fight the ruling class” (“fight” as in via the means of conventional warfare, guerilla warfare and/or covert lethal operations) I would still not endorse such a course of action for that would be like attempting to weed a garden by snapping the stem of the weed off at ground level.. it does not remove the root, and thus it is a temporary solution.

          I too see the potential of a time when the top heavy world eating parasitic machine will cannibalize itself. The Roman empire offers some pertinent historical parallels to the current trajectory of modern western civilization (agriculturally, militaristically, economically and sociologically speaking). Thus, the imperative of forging a close knit relationship to the land where we live becomes ever more clear. History teaches us that when massive parasitic empires implode it is those that knew how to grow food, preserve it, nurture the soil and save seed that survived.

      • Jetmab says:

        Thanks so much Gavinm and, long live the wonderful indigenous people and their excellent knowledge, their intelligence and noy least their wonderful way of living ?

        I truly love and admire these people and, would love to be able to either connect direct with you or at least be able to follow your thoughts and experience.

        Would you have a website or blog and if yes, will you share please?

        Thanks so much and, have a good week.

        • Gavinm says:

          Thank you for the thoughtful and heartfelt comment.

          I do not mean to put indigenous people on a pedestal (as to suggest that we should strive to live exactly as they did). No civilization and culture of the past on Earth was perfect, but I do feel we in the modern western world have a lot to learn from the perspectives of indigenous peoples that saw the land/Earth as living and deserving of our respect, reverence and deserving of reciprocation for all the gifts she offers us.

          I recently started a blog at https://gavinmounsey.substack.com/

          Also, I am working on publishing a book that encapsulates the current focus of my work (which you can learn more about at: recipesforreciprocity.com )

          I appreciate you taking to time to read what I shared, you as well.

  12. ztaco says:

    Can someone please help me see what Corbett sees in the recommended video? Does he want us to watch the Cryptozoologist movie, does he want to just share a crazy story from a well-known artist and his transition, or maybe the BitChute part and censorship? Very cool recommended piece, just confused by Corbett saying “Do you see what I see?”

  13. mkey says:

    Look at why me eye spied in the “Do you See what I see?” short film.


    But it’s interesting how the spider weaves its web. I had previously hear of the term “Dees nuts” but I never followed it up to understand what it meant. Troll spewings don’t usually warrant a web search.

    Also, I was for a while trying to find the video of a guy shooting a battle rifle somewhere in a desert, after which he proceed to say something like “before I get a shot, you get a shot”. And lo and behold, the guy shows up in the short film. His name is Mike Decker, apparently. But, much to my disappointment, the youboob version of the video appears to be self censored.

    I proceed to investigate further, and that there is actually a similar video, the one I was looking for, by the same guy. It can be found on non censorious platforms. A charming fellow, I like the mindset.


  14. Silver Scale says:

    I’ve been trying for so long to convince people that this isnt a “left right” issue (not that anything ever is), this isnt socialism vs capitalism, it’s not bad guys vs good guys. It’s a fight for the right for all of us to be free. I think James was perfectly right when he said that this isn’t a battle against specific bad people, it’s a fight against a pervasive ideology. And you have to convince people to dispense with thier allegiance to it on that ground. People won’t listen when you lob “facts” at them.

  15. jckays says:

    Our futures are a test as to who values the truth. Truth is natural, intrinsically spiritual and a direct connection to God (actually GOD, not the God and gods of constructed religions) … our enemies know this, at least within the ranks of their leadership, so they mix truth and lies together to better deceive.

    Divide and conquer/control is their favorite tactic to keep us too busy hating and fearing each other to learn that truth. But learn we must, or we will be lost, in every way.

    IMnsHO and E so far.

  16. wessel says:

    What if there really is a limit on the available fossil fuels? Prices would rise, and people would get poorer, and there would be no way around that.

    In 2050 there may not be any fossil fuels left, and zero carbon would not be an evil plan, but the unavoidable future.

    • Duck says:


      There is plenty of fossil fuel left…. several hundred years of coal and centuries of oil and gas as our extraction methods improve

      There is some evidence that oil is. Ot a fossil fuel, but even if it is the future should be atomic power rather then serfdom and peasantry… the zero carbon thing is the work of evil people and their dupes.

      They want us poor and weak because they hate and fear normal people….they are sick cockroaches

      • wessel says:

        Interesting. Where can I find more information on the amount of fossil fuels that are left?

        • Duck says:


          Coal reserves in BILLION tonnes 472billion tonnes estimated


          546 MILLION tonnes in a year

          That’s estimated US coal…. Russia has plenty more…. btw funny trivia the germans flew a coal powered jet fighter in ww2 😉 but mostly they burned coal and distilled synthetic fuel oils from it.

          If you want gas and oil reserves you just have to Google it. I don’t k know if china does their numbers in public but fracking made natural gas so cheap the Saudis had to burn money bankrupt the biz

        • Duck says:

          Here is the link on that coal powered
          plane… Germans, lol

        • mkey says:

          There may be somethig to the renewable nature of so called fossil fuels. Proving anything of the sorts would be paradigm changing and therefore I do not expect it to be proven any time soon.

          If we assume that “fossil fuels” are finite and non renewable, then I can assure you that they will never run out, but it will become economically unfeasible to extract completely.

          That being said, the current “crysis” has no relation to abundance. The oil price is manipulated on many levels and abundance never plays into to, there is simply no need. Oil is just a tool globalists use to manipulate the masses.

          If you are interested in understanding what is or should be the energy source of the future, look at LFTR nuclear reactors. Abundant, safe and cheap electricity based on 50 years old technology that would certainly be paradigm shifting.

    • beaconterraone says:

      If our rulers actually believed in “peak oil” or whatever be the name du jour of “fossil” fuels actually running out, they would have invested a trillion dollars blown on war instead into the development of nuclear fusion.

      I’m not convinced of most of the religious dogma of geology, including the origin of “fossil” fuels, but neither am I am convinced of abiotic petroleum, either. That said, if there was a crisis, and our rulers actually wanted to “save humanity’s future,” they would have started doing A LOT different things decades ago.

      The war on petroleum, “carbon emissions,” and now, nitrogen (e.g., fertilizer), unless abated, ends ONE way: with the deaths of billions of people.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      QUESTIONS from wessle about FOSSIL FUELS

      I would love to see James Corbett take this up in a Questions For Corbett (QFC).
      wessel, those are very important questions that any thinking person should have, especially in this era of the Climate Change narrative.

      Your questions brought to mind…
      Are There Limits to Growth? – Questions For Corbett #077

      That QFC actually sparked a lot of conversation in the comment section, such as…
      “Is there a set, quantified, limited amount of minerals (which includes oil/gas) or food resources on this planet which limit the natural creativeness of man?”

  17. Duck says:

    The link on TV hypnosis is worth watching…. I was kinda weirded out by the sudden appearance of TVs everywhere on public in the US, and the weird blank look children get looking at the screen creeps me out too. It’s even worse seeing babies with tablets and phones

    I have been listening to retrospectives about pop media and see that the destruction of western psychology has been a long time in its execution.

    I read once that a catholic bishop said having a TV in your living room was like having a jew sitting there corrupting your kids morals…. assuming that’s what he side the dude was not wrong. I dispose people who let machines and people ( by others) bring their kids up

    • beaconterraone says:

      The devil once said to his demons below,
      “Our work is progressing entirely too slow.
      The holiness people stand in our way
      Since they do not believe in the show or the play.
      They teach that the carnival, circus and dance,
      The tavern and honky-tonk with game of chance,
      Drinking and smoking, these things are all wrong;
      The Christians don’t mess with the ungodly throng.
      They are quick to condemn everything that we do
      To cause unbelievers to be not a few.
      They claim that these things are all of the devil;
      That Christian folks live on a much higher level.
      Now fellows, their theology, while perfectly true
      Is blocking the work we are trying to do.
      We will have to get busy and figure a plan
      That will change their standards as fast as we can.
      Now I have a vision of just what we can do.
      Harken, I’ll tell this deception to you.
      Then find ye a wise, but degenerate man
      Whom I can use to help work out this plan.
      There’s nothing so real as the things that you see;
      The eyes and the mind and the heart will agree.
      So what can be better than an object to view?
      I say, it will work and convince quite a few.
      The home is the place for this sinful device;
      The people deceived will think it quite nice.
      The world will possess it, most Christians can’t tell
      That it is all of the devil and plotted in hell!
      We’ll sell them with pictures of the latest news;
      While they’re still looking, we’ll advertise booze.
      At first it will shock them; they’ll seem in a daze;
      But soon they’ll be hardened and continue to gaze.
      We’ll give them some gospel that isn’t too strong,
      And a few sacred songs to string them along.
      They’ll take in the ads, with the latest of fashions,
      Soon watching the shows that will stir evil passions.
      Murder and love-making scenes they’ll behold
      Until their souls will be utterly cold.
      The old family altar which once held such charm
      Will soon lose its place without much alarm.
      Praying in secret will also be lost.


    • beaconterraone says:

      As they look at the screen, not counting the cost.
      Compromise preachers, who don’t take their stand
      Will embrace this new vision and think it is grand.
      They’ll help fool the people and cause them to sin
      By seeking this evil and taking it in.
      Influence is great and this you can see;
      Just look at my fall and you’ll have to agree.
      It won’t take too long, my demons, to tell
      That the vision of Satan will populate Hell!
      Divorce will increase, sex crimes will abound;
      Much innocent blood will be spilled on the ground.
      The home will be damned in short order I say
      When this vision of mine comes in to stay.
      Get busy, my cohorts, and put this thing out;
      We’ll see if the church can continue to shout.
      The holiness people who stand in our way
      Will soon hush their crying against show and play.
      We’ll cover the earth with this devil vision.
      Then we’ll camouflage it with the name television.
      The people will think they are getting a treat
      Till the Antichrist comes and takes over his seat.
      He’ll rule the world while the viewers behold
      The face of the beast, to whom they were sold.
      We’ll win through deception, this cannot fail;
      Though some holiness preachers against it will rail.”

      — Author Unknown

  18. Julie says:

    Excellent article! Thank you from Canada James!

  19. swordbearer says:

    Has anyone thought about satan, that our world appears godless and more like it is ruled by satan than by a good God. Well, it is. When Jesus was tempted in the desert, which is in the gospels, after his baptism as an adult, satan makes it clear that he is the one who possesses the lands and JC refers to satan as the Prince of This World. A coup was staged in the Garden of Eden. the other names of this ruler of or world, the fallen angel, are lucifer as he used to be the angel of light, the deceiver, the father of all lies, the accuser, the masquerader. His assets or vices are cunning, pride, vainglory, self love, appealing to our basest nature and of course perverting and poisoning truth and everything that is holy pure and Godly, GM, abusing children, recreating God’s design with perversions.
    We should be praying and could it be…that the greatest deception of all, in our time is that there is no God and that satan too does not exist? YES, it is true that Christianity becomes twisted and used to control people, EVERYTHING is being twisted to control and abuse people. Just like we look at the news and find alternative sources, so we need to research into Christianity. We need to look at the messages of Fatima given to the children, that more souls are lost to hell through sins of the flesh than any other sin and also we need to look at the prayers. Historically there is so much evidence of JC and of the disciples and of the disciples’ disciples whose own actual writings still exist. We have had Padre Pio who was a partial contemporary of many of us. Truth and love, these used to be what I followed but PURITY alongside, will hone each of these and bring us to God. Our world is crying for the want of chastity and the only ones who value it are predators who delight in its destruction.
    WE know that we are in a war and holy Christians know this too. The ultimate war is one for our souls as satan wants to destroy as many as he can and bring them to hell with him. The war is also for all of God’s creation, our world, all of life. Do you think satan, with his nature, actually cares about destroying it? The games of chicken with nukes shows how far gone many in our world are.

    • pkadams says:

      We Christians already know how this story ends. Satan is already controlling the unbelievers with massive deception and he will take over the world for a short time before Jesus returns. Our job is to serve the Lord while we still can. God bless!

      • beaconterraone says:

        “Then that lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord will eliminate with the breath of His mouth and bring to an end by the appearance of His coming; that is, the one whose coming is in accord with the activity of Satan, with all power and false signs and wonders, and with all the deception of wickedness for those who perish, because they did not accept the love of the truth so as to be saved. For this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they will believe what is false, in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness.”


      • s511 says:

        Satan is the god of this world until Jesus returns and puts all things under His feet.He did ask, “When I return will I find faith on the earth?” Pray for grace and strength.

    • beaconterraone says:

      I’m convinced that Satan has control of ALL of the regimes of this planet, just like the Bible indicates.

      The “news” article Sunday about Iran proclaiming they have the ability to build a Big One makes no sense, except to give the anti-Christ state a casus belli to attack. WHY would you announce something like that?! Make the enemy think you are weak! The Ayatollah is an actor in a great production.

      Likewise with the Russia-Ukraine War (Russia/”West” war, possibly opening scenes of World War III). Too many “mistakes” that demonstrate Putin is not seriously challenging “the West.” First mistake, not taking all of Ukraine’s TV and radio stations off the air the first day (this allows Zelensky to spew lies 24/7). Second, Russia has failed to take measures to undermine “Western” interests, such as refusing to pay any of the loans owed to “Western” banks or decriminalizing “piracy” of “Western” so-called intellectual property. Satan’s officer corps, the banksters and the media cartel, must always be honored! The war makes sense only in an Orwellian sense, as a subplot of a greater grand scheme to cripple and permanently neutralize “the West,” and especially, the United States. Uncle Klaus claimed Putin, and it appears he was telling the truth.

      Our rulers, and their infernal boss, will achieve their Great Reset, which will only last a few years, until the cavalry from Calvary comes to initiate the Great REJECT of their Hell on Earth.

  20. pkadams says:

    Thank you for writing this. I always like it when you agree with me, Haha! The Dutch farmer story definitely stuck out to me. When will people wake up to the climate hoax? Hopefully now! (Even though we are experiencing prolonged extreme heat in Texas for the past 6 weeks!)Also, I am 100% in agreement with you that non-radical, freedom lovers on the right side need to unite with the non-radical liberals. I have been studying Mormon cults and Christian nationalism lately. Even though I am an evangelical Protestant Christian, a devoted one, I do not make that my political party and I want to preserve America as a country where everyone has religious freedom. The radical leftists are a religion just as much as the radical political ‘Christians’ and both groups threaten freedom and make it harder to fight the real enemy, globalist technocrats. Keep up the great writing!

    • Duck says:

      “…Even though I am an evangelical Protestant Christian, a devoted one, I do not make that my political party and I want to preserve America …country where everyone has religious freedom. The..”

      The religious right and the Rainbow churches have both turned their back on the Bible, in service of politics.

      Freedom is important but at the end of the day can you really support the freedom to abort babies and worship satan in public? When a nation turns it’s back on the Truth it will be destroyed by it’s own freedoms, unless it repents and acts sensibly, and I do not think that is going to happen anytime soon.

      People enslaved by vice will ruin themselves when free to do so

    • mkey says:

      Actual weather has no relation to climate change ™ as the latter has no relation to science or reality. This means that if you assume CC ™ caused a hot or a cold or a dry or a wet spell, you are falling for the propaganda. It’s similat to saying “I had covid”.

  21. sleek says:

    The “Goyim” are by their nature incredibly deficient in their appetite and ability to discern reality, and to deal with it. THAT is the sum total of all recorded human history. “To be or not to be Goy” is a question which has been resolutely answered as well. There is no choice available for those who are not only programmed for idiocy, but who relish in its exercise.

    And ONLY at times of extreme imminent catastrophe do the goyim awaken, even partially from their collective stupor, to SMELL if not SEE the savage brutal ravenous ruination which awaits them, much like cattle in line at a slaughterhouse can smell the intensifying odor of URINE and MANURE as they approach the stall in which their own throats will be slit, their hind legs chained and hoisted. Held upside down, they struggle for their life now evaporating before their eyes, blood gushing forth from their necks, and only then begin to comprehend that they were raised from birth to provide meat for another’s table.

    Thus it has been, and it may be said, thus it shall be again.

    The PREDATORS and their PREY.

    BRUTAL REALITY…but reality nonetheless.

    • beaconterraone says:

      I think our rulers have demonstrated that, far more often than not, we ARE “Goyim,” mere cattle. Unthinking, following the herd, obstinate in not accepting reality right in front of them…sometimes even hitting their upper sinuses or their deltoids with toxic payloads.

  22. butch says:

    In a closed system there are no limits to resources and there are no consequences from bad behavior, now that’s a fantasy.

  23. TimmyTaes says:

    Healdsburg Walkabout July 17, 2022

    Tourists 1/3 of those in May.

    Two people in masks out of hundreds without.

    Healdsburg Bar and Grill now back to normal March 14th 2020 decor and regimen. No masks or vaccine signs.

    Baci Restaurant sign, “Must wear mask if not vaccinated”

    Wash & Brush Up Hair Salon sign, “Masks not required but greatly appreciated.”

    Campofina Restaurant: Indoor part still closed. Only patio open Tuesday thru Saturday. (major germaphobe)

    Bakery: No covid mask signs or vax signs.

    Oakville Grocery: no signs.

    Tourism falls off after Independence Day (July 4th.) Will get busy again in September.

    Two months ago 30% wore masks. The only business with no mask or proof of vaccine signs was the Oakville Grocery. 28 months to even get close to the way our town was before the scamdemic.
    So much damage. I’ll never trust the fuckers in our town again.

    • beaconterraone says:

      I think we on the North Coast have among the worst Branch Covidian fanatics outside of Australia and New Zealand.

      Here in Mendocino County, the first jurisdiction in America to ban genetically-modified organisms, the same people who worked to get that passed, are now very often the same people who declared their desire to BE genetically-modified organisms, along with advocating that all of us join them as needle-induced GMOs.

      The “leadership” and membership of the Ukiah Natural Foods Coop are still quite rabid about COVID-1984 “measures,” despite the obvious and undeniable corporatist nature of both the “problem” (the lab-made virus) and the “solutions” (sham “vaccines” and associated patented drugs).

      • TimmyTaes says:

        beaconterraone: I was hoping that folks in Ukiah had more sense. I have a good friend who lives in Ukiah. Why would a natural foods corporation be so rabid for a genetic drug? You are right. It makes no sense.
        Nothing makes sense anymore out here in Branch Covidian NoCal.
        Thanks for the comment. Keep the faith.

        • beaconterraone says:

          For me, only the supernatural explains it. They are under a delusion. One of my friends had quite the hard time getting organic food locally because she wasn’t allowed in the Coop during the height of COVID-1984, due to no “face covering.” They also put up plexiglass at the registers that gave the feel of some sort of penal institution.

          • TimmyTaes says:

            beaconterraone: Those plexiglas barriers were so fecking stupid! Garrett’s Hardware had them. The Healdsburg Liquor store owned and run by Indians, had this idiotic swinging plexiglas over the counter that kept getting in the way of transactions. It was moronic.
            The worst for me was the wound care clinic at the north end of town. I HAD to go there because my left leg had a cellulitis infection (flesh eating bacteria). I hated wearing that mask, but it was that or lose my leg. Helluva choice.
            I also was yelled at by Janet who runs the Healdsburg Farmer’s Market for not wearing a mask. I basically told her to go to Hell. I just wrote to her a few weeks ago and told her that if the HFM ever EVER put in mask requirements again I would never support the damned HFM again.

            • beaconterraone says:

              I hear you! And the mask fanatics just do not get that it’s not as simple as “just wear a mask.” The damn things are useless in general, and if the one you wear actually does have some efficacy, it’s suffocating (N95 or better) and a face irritant.

              The plexiglass BS is actually the exact opposite of what should be happening, since lack of circulation enhances airborne pathogens. But never mind the facts with these people…

  24. beaconterraone says:

    There are now two groups of hominids on Earth:




    Just understand this: there is NO peaceful solution to what’s going on.

    Either humans, somehow, someway, overthrow the de facto world government that is waging war on humanity, or, the One returns to Earth and reveals why this was written: “And if those days had not been cut short, no life would have been saved; but for the sake of the elect those days will be cut short.”

  25. TimmyTaes says:

    The town I live in is Healdsburg, California. It is in Sonoma County. Luther Burbank, the famous agronomist, said that Sonoma County is the best place on Earth to grow plants. Perfect climate, fertile soils, a great place to live.
    And our town does have fertile soils and a great climate. Our town of 11,000 people is surrounded by high-end wineries that make the most of the soil/climate by growing an expensive cash crop.
    But we also have organic farmers who sell us their produce, fish, meat, and baked goods, at the Healdsburg Farmer’s Market.
    But for the past 28 months, I’ve felt like Prisoner #6 living in some utopian village run by madmen that I can’t escape.
    I will die here. I will never travel again.
    I am Prisoner number six.

  26. openlens says:

    Divide and conquer, eh? What an idea!! The centrality of rape, the split.
    Which is the first? Divine vs. Demonic, with the human defining and participating in both? Or is it male/female? Humans/animals? Or race? Which us/them is core?
    For you? For “them”?
    “Who” does the dividing? Who separates? Whom does it serve?
    So many have traveled the world and lost the divides artificially inserted in their minds. They had to create one in the blood.

    And while the big trucks and big tractors and big owners and big guys continue on with their ancient posturings and threats and “arms” , the bombs are exploding within the bloods, one by one by one. Not a “big” enough number to talk about. Wait until it’s “big”. “Big” always wins the day. As in “big” not “small”. Split minds, split lives, split realities. Forked tongues.

  27. cdphelps says:

    All Have a look at lets hope its note going to happen like this.


  28. HomeRemedySupply says:

    this here post…

    Monday July 18, 2022 – ZERO HEDGE
    “We’re All Dutch Farmers Now!”
    Via The Corbett Report Substack

  29. Ukdavec says:

    Latest from John Titus

    “Presenting America’s Real Coup d’Etat” bats leadoff in this about-10-part series, “Murder of a Rebel Nation” (MORN), which will document the actual, done-deal takeover of the U.S. by corporate criminals over a decade ago.


  30. mkey says:

    White House could declare climate emergency as soon as Wednesday: sources

    Maybe the perfect time for a pivot, it’s hot and dry. In some parts of the world. Let’s wait and see.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for that article mkey. I did not know that an “emergency” was on the table.

      The Biden Administration and The Press have been pushing extremely hard on Climate Change legislation.
      I’m apprehensive.
      The agenda is clear; and they continue to steamroll it around the world.

      • mkey says:

        They need to work out a transition from the virus nonsense to the climate nonsense and we are off to the races. I expect a completely same scenario with lockdowns, stay at home to curb the blistering hot weather etc. I do not expect a climate change vaccine, but who knows how that can roll out lol. Maybe a vaccine to stop the carcinogenic effect (and thus curb the pressure on the churc… ahem, the hospitals) of the Sun which has been killing us for millennia?

        Of course, it’s complete nonsense, but will it still work? I was very much surprised when the novelty virus proved to be so effective. Surprise me once, shame on you. Surprise me twice, shame on me.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tuesday July 19
      The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, plans to propose EMERGENCY powers that would include binding cuts in natural gas consumption in EU member states in case of supply emergencies such as a complete stop of Russian gas, Politico reports, quoting three EU diplomats.

  31. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Mark — Saturday July 23rd Worldwide

    Activist Post – By Keean Bexte
    Canadians Plan Nationwide Protests to Support Dutch Farmers


    Canadians are holding nationwide protests on Saturday, July 23, to stand in solidarity with Dutch farmers fighting for their livelihoods in the Netherlands.

    Most (if not all) protests are being organized by Freedom Fighters Canada, who are using the hashtag #WeMoveAsOne to tweet out updates on the new farmer convoy.

    As for a brief list of just some of the cities that will see demonstrations, organizers have said they plan to drive through Ottawa, Toronto, Vaughan, Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Red Deer, Lloydminister, Montreal, Winnipeg, and Vancouver, making this truly a nationwide demonstration.

    Moreover, farmers and truckers plan to do slow-rolls from city to city, expanding the scope further.

    For instance, according to a tweet sent out by Live From The Shed, which covered the Freedom Convoy protests, just the slow-roll in the GTA will pass through Bowmanville, Oshawa, Ajax, Uxbridge, Barrie, Innisfil, Newmarket, Orangeville, Cambridge, Milton, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, and Toronto before the farmers converge at Vaughan Mills.

    Additionally, it’s expected that many Freedom Convoy truckers will be in attendance, bringing with them semis, big rigs, and plenty of honking to the streets and highways

    According to the Western Standard, a poster has also begun circulating, encouraging protesters to bring tractors and farm equipment and to “Bring a flag from the Netherlands, upside down as per request from the Dutch.”…

  32. I did not check all comments , but there is a “slight correction needed” because the M5M is reporting that the farmer boy (16 years) was driving into the police , but he did not… he was trying to get away from it all in an controlled and slow manner. As you can see in this video ( even on the horrible YT ) https://youtu.be/era_QPTo5Jw
    But I enjoy all of your good work and this is the first time I noticed some correction is in place

    Thanks for all that you do ! Love and light Patrick

  33. pkadams says:

    The bitchute video you recommended was well worth watching. What you let into your mind via your eyes and ears CHANGES you.

  34. mkey says:

    Youtube recommended this to me. There are a few flops, but this lady provided a decent overview to the carbon sham.

    Your “Carbon Footprint” is a LIE (and we all fell for it)

  35. phalaen says:

    Excellent, James. Worthy of Thomas Paine. I wish everyone I know would read this. May I print copies and distribute them?

  36. HyperSimian says:

    Your dollar is the most important tool. How you earn it and spend it will change the future. Trade and barter if you can.

  37. source says:

    Dear James,

    This article touched the very fiber of my heart. After finishing it, I was unable to move or do anything for a while. Not because there is anything fundamentally new in what you inform us of, but mostly because of your confession as a Liberator.

    My dad’s name was Domingo Labarca. He was a Venezuelan philosopher deeply in love with the work and deed of Simón Bolívar. He was a university teacher at L.U.Z in Maracaibo and he wrote several books for the university about Bolivar.

    Once, when I was a child, he told me: for me it is either the Motherland or death. That day marked me for life.

    Now I hear you confess the same intent. I never heard you express it in this manner; however it’s no surprise, you are clearly a truly adult human being that knows exactly where to draw the line regarding what’s clearly UNACCEPTABLE.

    Your confession is a transcendental one and I know that’s clear to you. For me it’s simply the password to a door in which both Liberty or death in this world give way to the possibility of Resurrection and Life which become available only when we are willing to lay down our lives for the Truth.

    When you fully understand that death is the mother of slavery (ends nothing, solves nothing, brings you right back to where you have still lessons to learn), then you “swear not to die” knowing that “you made a bargain you cannot keep”. Once this step is made your only alternative is Life and, therefore, the wholly subjective psychophysical nature of this world opens up to you in order to transform it through the Power of Reality Itself in you.

    I have no doubt that you will complete your mission and you will save the world. I have no idea if the whole world is ready for what you bring, but the force of Truth in you will raise the dead in your own mind and will set them free as you have done with me.

    “Swear not to die, you made a bargain you cannot keep”

    Thank you


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