Where Can We Run To? – Questions For Corbett #072

10/26/2020140 Comments

Today on Questions For Corbett, James answers a frequently asked question about where people can move to in order to escape the globalist agenda.

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  1. Brendan says:

    I would rather be a Swede than a turnip.

  2. hugo.c says:

    There is a place where you can be free. Its your mind.

    • padraig says:

      bingfuckingoh! i believe fredrick douglas said that the most dangerous enemy to a free thinking slave on the plantation, were those that believed themselves to be slaves. i can’t find the quote. i goes to the heart of this. freedom starts in the mind. this one is very close. though gloomy…

      “I have observed this in my experience of slavery, – that whenever my condition was improved, instead of its increasing my contentment, it only increased my desire to be free, and set me to thinking of plans to gain my freedom. I have found that, to make a contented slave, it is necessary to make a thoughtless one. It is necessary to darken his moral and mental vision, and, as far as possible, to annihilate the power of reason. He must be able to detect no inconsistencies in slavery; he must be made to feel that slavery is right; and he can be brought to that only when he ceased to be a man.”
      ― Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

      • charles.g says:

        I’ll second that “bingfuckingoh!”. Absolutely! I read so many comments of people giving up waiting for Jesus Christ’s return or giving in and just accepting what they deem as the inevitable. There are many things we can do, and it doesn’t have to be grand and glorious like leading a revolution. Fundamentally, we all can do everything we can to resist, like refuse to wear a mask or avoid those places where we are convinced we have to comply or let people know we object to being treated like we are diseased.

        We can pray for strength and pray for others to awaken from their stupor. We should never stop studying so we can help others understand. And then there’s the vax! Be wary of the vax! Never accept the vax! And realize that the mandatory nature of the vax is just a test by the murderers behind this agenda, testing us to see just how sheepish we are. If there is enough push-back, they will back-off. The murderers will lead us to believe we have won but, in the process, they will have taken so much. We must not give them anything! We cannot give these murderous bastards an inch!

        Those at the core of this agenda are not even human and most who serve them are possessed by demons. This is a spiritual battle and our very humanity is at stake.

    • mOnZtre says:

      It used to be that being under the influence of subliminal advertising while in the fabric softener aisle of the supermarket was the only threat I perceived to my freedom to think privately and independently. I don’t believe the globalist ideology makes any considerations for the sovereignty we claim for our own bodies and minds, nor do I think it has that ability. But regardless of that, if we are still able to think and feel freely today, that is, without being electronically surveilled or made to endure state or corporate determined consequences for having thoughts, I’m sure it’s only because the technology hasn’t been invented or perfected just yet… I don’t think there is anywhere in the world to be free from that threat. Perhaps I can apply to be a Rockefeller. 🙂

  3. jvan says:

    I have moved most of my life and lived in Japan in the late 60’s, and much later Thailand, South Korea, Croatia, Germany, China, Malaysia and Australia. This was work related and as James says, moving is not self evident. The grass is NOT always greener in that other place. Every move comes with considerable sacrifice: leaving family and friends and a social life and familiar surroundings behind. Every move you start from zero. If you are sent moving by your employer, at least you have – mostly – a network in place that can help you, wife and kids settle in. Otherwise, you’re on your own. There are many things to deal with that you normally wouldn’t have to worry about. Getting and maintaining a visa is one. Opening a bank account could be a problem. Health insurance. The language… not everybody speaks English… can be quite intimidating. It’s necessary to immediately learn the basics and get used to local food and customs. If you are not the adventurous type, have an open mind and realize that you will always be just only a guest in whatever country it is you’re moving to, don’t do it. Stay home and make a stand there, where you are most familiar with your surroundings, the customs and culture and where you grew up, and have a supporting network of family and friends when the going gets tough. Would I move for Covid? No. That would be a wrong motivator for me, because it’s passing. It will go away like the seasonal flu. I focus on my health instead. Doing something drastic to improve your health is investing in your future. Keep your immune system in good shape.

    • J.P. Wheels says:

      Interesting life story! May I ask what it is you did for a living?

      Makes you wonder how difficult it will be to live a life of world travel and wanderlust from here on out? Assuming we all don’t get the vaccine.

  4. rtech says:

    The decision spoken of here – whether to uproot and resettle – is likely more difficult / troublesome to make now (the present moment in late 2020) than it was when my family made it about 11 years ago, but is still worth considering. (In my opinion, at least.)

    I also don’t know about the magic fairy land where anyone is going to escape this (I don’t think we are), so instead I moved to a rural place in the US, which is the country I’m from, and I deliberately moved here over a decade ago with my wife, giving up most of my career opportunities, in order to be close to some of our family we know we can trust and to help build a church / community from which it would be possible to raise awareness of the situation and build stronger relationships and possibly foster at least very simple alternate / charitable / gift economies.

    We have not achieved all the goals we had at that time, but I can tell anyone who is thinking about this question that it is a great comfort, if you can manage, to be in a place that isn’t in or near a major NWO-hot-spot city, with at least some family members who are sympathetic to the cause, and with a community including many like-minded people of various ages and abilities who are looking to you to help support them and whom you know will help support you.

    I will tell you, as James suggested, that it is not easy to do this, and that it is only now (10 years on) that the church has really begun to grow and that the trust and love have really flowered. We have three children, schooled at home, and I have worked anywhere from 3 to 5 jobs / gigs at a time just so that we could get by. Needless to say, that has put a damper on preparations like gardening or target practice, but we do what little we are able to do and gradually expand it.

    One of the most important things to keep in mind is that self-sufficiency is a pipe dream – no one person / family can do everything, from scratch. Wherever you think you might go, you will need the skills, the love, and the trust of others, whether the end of the matter is simply to manage / survive for a period of years or to finally go down fighting.

    We are fighting, regardless, to give the children the best (as we understand it) of Western / Christian civilization and to raise them in a community of people who think similarly. Things may get very difficult very soon, and they may not. In either case I want our children and theirs to have a realistic but positive mental / heart foundation with deep and abiding affections for what is true, good, and beautiful – what is worth preserving and building / rebuilding.

    (In case anyone wonders, we live in the north GA mountains in the US)

  5. MagicBullet says:

    Life in 2030 per the WEF:


    Only they didn’t mention you had, 1. lost all your desire for challenge, 2. no desire for intrigue, 3. will have your life span pre-determined to be 60, 4. will have the number of children you can have pre-determined, 5. Other surprises.


    • mkey says:

      More from the horse’s mouth.

      8 predictions for the world in 2030

      1. All products will have become services
      2. There is a global price on carbon
      3. US dominance is over. We have a handful of global powers
      4. Farewell hospital, hello home-spital
      5. We are eating much less meatđ
      6. Today’s Syrian refugees, 2030’s CEOs
      7. The values that built the West will have been tested to breaking point
      8. “By the 2030s, we’ll be ready to move humans toward the Red Planet.”
      9. Sheeple will be none the wiser

    • di says:

      Nice bit of acknowledgement though:

      ‘They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages’.

  6. cymro says:

    As long as you have some money, or a way to make money outside of your host culture, from my experience many countries in Africa offer a degree of freedom rarely experienced in developed Western countries.

    I’ve only spent time in West Africa, specifically The Gambia, Senegal and Cape Verde (I’m a sailor), but I’d hazard a guess that Tanzania could be a good gamble, as the President rubbished the PCR testing and according to reports life is carrying on as normal.

    P.S. I’m writing this from my home in Wales, the country that has made headlines recently for banning the sale of “non-essential” goods. You couldn’t make it up!

    • Duck says:

      I doubt you will enjoy living in Africa if your foreign currency no longer makes you rich… considering how Africans treat people that look like them how do you think they will treat people who DO NOT?

      Being a rich tourist is fun, being a rich minority is dangerous and being a POOR minority is dangerous AND unpleasant.

      Being wealthier then the locals is certainly not helping South African farmers to stay alive and healthy and the neo-poor whites in their own shanty towns are in even more danger.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      8Gc59 here (the girlfriend of 8Gc58):

      Africa is an interesting option. I have lived in Uganda and South Sudan for several years. I love the culture, but politically it surly has its challenges. I know the lock-downs has been horrible. People have been beaten and they struggle getting their basic needs met in these harsh times. Through the communication with my friends, I have learned that these countries are very totalitarian, especially these days. I will look into Tanzania. I have been to Zanzibar twice, and it’s a wonderful place.

      We have been looking to relocate for several years. On our wish list is somewhere with a sub- or tropical climate where we can grow our own food. We currently live in a very socialist country (Norway), and we do not want to live in a similar political system. We want to be as free as possible from the government.

      Best regards,

      • lukas.a says:

        When I heard James read out your question, I immediately thought of the Free Private Cities initiative that just started in Honduras. This project has been founded by a German entrepreneur named Titus Gebel (his interviews are all over the internet) & he has made it his life mission to make these decentralist experiments a reality. I haven’t seen the English speaking press give him much attention, but the government in Honduras actually changed their constitution to allow for this practically minarchist experiment on Roatan, their island off the mainland. They are already builing houses there: https://prospera.hn/residences/

        TOR is letting me down right now, but I believe you can sign up for their newsletter at freeprivatecities.com.

        Will this be the / an answer? I don’t know. I think about this a lot, as I’m sure you all do. Stay safe and free, my friends.

        From Berlin, Germany,

        • 8Gc58 says:

          Thanks a lot, Lukas. That project was news to us. We will read about it and see if it might be an option.

          Yes, we think about this question a lot. Have been for years, and 2020 was the year when we planned to set sails. However, after COVID-19 things have changed and right now we don’t know when we’ll be able to leave.

          Stay safe in Berlin, Brother!

          From Norway.

  7. Bambaleo says:

    Like a few others I have moved extensively (Hong Kong, Thailand, UK, Ireland, Netherlands to mention a few) and next stop East Africa, all under my own steam doing all the hard graft myself. It’s not easy, and in a world of tightening Visa restrictions, finding somewhere you can live freely is very difficult because unless you live in a place where you do not need a Visa etc, then you will always be brushing up against The State in some form of other. Ultimately we will probably return to Thailand eventually, using agents to deal with the immigration aspect, and once you are out of the metropolis of Bangkok or the other major centers you live a life with almost zero interaction with The State at all. Self sufficiency easily achievable and cost effective to set up.

    A point that a lot of people miss is that to have an Western lifestyle even in a very cheap country is expensive. I Asia places like Laos and Cambodia are simpler in that money eases the wheels as and when you do but up against The State. It often depends how much money you have to fund your life style these days; increasingly the cheaper countries know they are attractive and make it tougher to gain entry.

    However, I would say, if you can experience life in another country, do it. I have never regretted moving anywhere I have moved to. It is hard work, annoying, maddening, scary and never smooth. I found though when I left my home country and landed up in HK, I felt so much more relaxed.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Thanks a lot, Bambaleo!

      We (8Gc58 and 8Gc59) have both been to Thailand for a couple of months and we absolutely love the country. We actually have talked about moving there. We love Asia and people in Thailand are extremely friendly. However, we do find that immigration is a tad difficult. But maybe, as you write, using an agent might be worth considering. But how to solve buying your own property? A native needs to own at least 50%, I believe?

      • Bambaleo says:

        Simply put as a foreigner you are not allowed to own land in Thailand at all. Not even a house. You can own a condo as long as 50%+ of the block is owned by Thai nationals. The bypass to that is to own a business which owns the land with a Thai nominee (usually your lawyer) owning the majority. However that is a fast way for The State to confiscate your land.

        If you are over 50 the retirement visas are easy to get. There are other schemes such as https://www.thailandelite.com/ but that does cost A LOT of money. Education and teachers visas are fairly easy to get if you have the qualifications (TEFL course I think it is). Problem is as soon as you stop working the permit expires and you need to leave. An Agent for me is to manage the Spouse Visa I would have meaning I stay away from the immigration people (Quarterly visits to Immigration basically) but not much point for getting the visa. If you can read a document and collate information you really don’t need them.

        One needs to also remember that they are still basically under a Military Junta. I have been in Thailand for 2 military coups and as a non Thai nothing really happens.

        It is tough, and things change there every month it seems. One of the reasons we left, aside from itchy feet, was the abject pain of interfacing with the The State only to find IReland was almost as bad hahaha.

        • 8Gc58 says:

          Thanks again, Bambaleo, for providing very useful information. Appreciated. We did check a bit when we stayed there for a couple of months as well. Our impression was that it would be a tad complicated.

          There are a lot of positives about Thailand. However, I don’t like the fact that you might get kicked out of the country if the situation do change. And, these days the situation change rapidly.

    • gauntlet33 says:

      Also, I would urge everyone to consider whether you can buy land in that foreign country. In my searches, I’ve found that:
      – Asian countries generally prohibit land ownership by foreigners,
      – Latin American countries generally do allow land ownership by foreigners, and
      – African countries generally also allow land ownership, but the potential for political corruption may make your rights temporary.

      However, you could always lease land and farm, but I would prefer to own any land that I put work into setting up.

  8. Big-_-Brother says:

    Since I like Anime, Samurais and Karate…I’m moving to Japan. James can you hook me up by making your place an Airbnb? LMAO. But on a serious note, every person is different and I encourage everyone who want help making their decision to read James latest newsletter on the matter. Know your limits on where you draw your line in the sand. Also just little side note… DO NOT MOVE TO CALIFORNIA

    • lorijh says:

      Re California – why?

      • cu.h.j says:

        California is very totalitarian, with Gavin Newsom as governor. High taxes, high cost of living, lots of restrictions in many desirable locations here. It will likely be the first state to roll out mandatory Covid vaccines, no gas cars, “green/smart” cities. It sucks here. I live here and am getting out ASAP. The only thing good about it is I make significantly more working as a nurse than in other parts of the US. The weather is nice too, but I’d rather have more freedom and crappy weather than totalitarianism and sunshine.

        • lorijh says:

          Yes, all of what you say is true, which is why my goal is to move out of the city. At this juncture, who knows what will roll out when, and where, so I am remaining flexible in that regard. If I have to walk out of here, I’ll do it! 🙂

        • beaconterraone says:

          Don’t count on Newsom being the first to mandate injections. Cuomo, Insley, and Whitmer will aim to be first, as well.

          California will be changing before these loony objectives are fully realized; either Americans will take control again, or the Chinese will annex California.

          • Libertydan says:

            Whitmer may be crazy, but she ain’t that crazy! The Michigan State Supreme Court has already ruled that she acted Unconstitutionally and all of her Executive Orders since April 30th are Null and Void. Indeed, two FBI informants worked to entrap a group of boneheads who were dumb enough the write shit on Facebook, but that’s just propaganda for the so called “News”.
            Whitmer is is likely to be impeached as it is. She is on very thin ice, as we like to say.

  9. miahallen says:

    I moved to Belize in 2014…I have been living here off grid ever since with my wife and 2 children. Although generally I would agree with James, I would suggest getting out of the cities, and find a place more rural. But ultimately, this is a war which will be waged nearly everywhere…

    • Michael_C says:

      Yes, I agree – out of the cities to a more rural location.

    • lorijh says:

      I also agree. I’m in Los Angeles and looking at moving to Northern California (close to the Oregon border). I too feel that we will have to take a stand at some juncture, no matter where we reside. Even in Sweden. I have family there and they are very compliant and do not question authority, especially medical. I’ve also been curious since March, where they fit into this NWO. Anders Tegnell seems like the chosen ‘calm’ player in their ‘herd immunity’ narrative. I don’t buy it.

      • 8Gc58 says:

        I’ve got the exact same impression. Swedes, in general, are extremely compliant and do not question authority at all. I’ve heard, from Norwegians having relatives living in Sweden, that Swedes are even more compliant than Norwegians. Something I at first found hard to believe.

      • gauntlet33 says:

        Hi Lorijh, I’m also in LA and we’re planning on moving to rural / inland South Carolina — big culture shock is awaiting us I’m sure.

        • Duck says:

          just dont be like the guy I know who left Chicago because of all the restrictions on what he could do and was always complaining that “I got ‘X’ service off the government in Chicago WHY dont they do that here…?”
          Lol, 🙂

      • beaconterraone says:

        Welcome, soon, to the State of Jefferson!

        Siskiyou County is nice, if that’s where you’re going. Modoc, Trinity, and Del Norte a bit less so, but astronomically better than LA. Shasta County was nicer in the past, and is still very livable, but as it gets more populated, the mentality changes towards the mindset of the cities, which caused the problems of California in the first place.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Belize looks amazing. How is it related to crime?

      Yes, for sure, stay out of the big smokes and ideally off grid would be nice.

    • beaconterraone says:

      There is NO question that even the strongest, most resourceful folks should get out of the cities, like, last decade. But you’ve still got time. There are hundreds of locales in the USA to relocate to with better strategic positioning than any of the Hell-hole major cities.

    • katiyi says:

      I live in Belize too. On Ambergris Caye. I would say that what save us is the relative non-compliance of natives – a typical feature of Central and South America-. As soon as people believe that there will be no consequences, they abandon the mask and physical distancing. At the same time, all the Belizeans I know say that the population will never revolt. It is not in their culture to do so.

      The government pressure is serious and businesses comply to avoid being shut down by police. Also, if you are caught without a mask, it will cost you US 2,500 or a long stay in jail. And from what I have heard, it is better to avoid that kind of experience.

      I would agree that living in the countryside is a good idea, at least you can have some degree of self-sufficiency.

      After having lived in 6 different European countries, in the US, in Dominica, in the Dominican Republic, and finally here in Belize, I would opine that there is no magic country. At least, I have not found it. Each nation has advantages and disadvantages, but the more you drift from your original culture, the more difficult it will be to be fully accepted by the population. That has been my experience in the Caribbean and in Latin America.

      So, depending on your circumstances, staying in your original country to face the upcoming events might make sense, especially if you have family and friends. We will need cohesion, and support. These two features might be more difficult to find abroad when things turn sour.

      • Duck says:

        “..I would agree that living in the countryside is a good idea, at least you can have some degree of self-sufficiency….”

        You surely need a community to do that effectively or safely.
        I recall a guy (Ithink he’s called falfel or something like that and is still on the net )
        talking about Argentina collapsing (in about 2000 or so) and he wrote about the issues of people in the collapse including getting food and supplies- he said that if you got hit by home invaders in the countryside they would spend hours or days raping and torturing the home owners.
        Unless you have a community of people to help provide security living out in the boonies would be dicey in a situation where rule of law became disjointed.Also the average city person wont be able to become self sufficient without learning a lot of new skills

  10. Michael_C says:

    Sorry I may be off a little topic.
    I have been keeping my ears open for any ‘like minded’ rural communities in Ontario, Canada. I am hoping to to move (staying in Province).
    Does anyone know if there is a online resource for this or towns?
    Never mind the insane restrictions, I have a hard time being around so many people living in mortal fear of their lives.

    • lorijh says:

      Perhaps connect with Dr. Amandha Vollmer, a Naturopahtic doctor in Ontario, Canada. She moved out the city several years ago to a rural town and may have resources for you. She is a courageous force to be reckoned with…for sure!


      She is also on bitchute and IG, etc.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This Canadian gal, WhatsHerFace, may have some insight about Ontario.
      She describes what is happening on the eastern half of Canada and the Internment Camps.

    • held says:

      I don’t know about online resources, but my husband and I just sold our Toronto condo and are moving permanently to our rural property (60 acres) in Grey County. We headed up here in early May as I couldn’t stand being in Toronto and we haven’t looked back. I only wish we’d sold earlier as we lost money and could have done better in July or August for sure. We had only moved in last December so it was a tough decision. But each time I have to go to Toronto I’m more and more disheartened and I can’t abide the masked zombies everywhere. I can’t say I have found a “like minded” community, however, we’ve been here for 18 years as weekenders and have friends we can be “normal” around. I buy meat from a sceptical farmer and don’t wear a mask, and have a yoga teacher who I meet with mask free, so I’m finding ways around the stupid mandates. There is more scepticism here, but maybe it’s because Grey County has never had more than 10 cases at any one time. All I know is I’m more at peace here and have more relative freedom. Come on up to Grey County, where there is at least one like minded person!

      • Michael_C says:

        @held- Thank-you for the Invite! I am glad you have to been able to make it out of the city in one piece, I will add Grey County to my list of areas to check out!

  11. dkl says:

    My ancestors left Russia for freedom in North America.
    Will our family end up going back to Russia for the same reason ?
    Russia may one day be the place for freedom compared to the Western world.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Check out the following comment from @aScientist over at Odysee:

      James, as always your advice is impeccable. But what about Russia? I know that it is inaccessible for the vast majority of people. But for the seriously adventurous types and to all stalwart people with ethics it has its attractions. There is potential and opportunity there. It’s not for wimps but then I’d be very happy to see the wimps remain in The West anyway. I see huge parallels to the colonisation of North America during the oppressions in Europe at the time. And whilst it may be perceived as shameful abandoning a sinking ship, fighting from within the matrix here seems futile (personally I feel impotent to fix anything and we don’t all have your impressive skills) whilst the fight can maybe flourish from a position of strength outside the matrix. In my understanding Russia is the last stand before the New World Order becomes unchallengeable so I think the best plan is for all good men to come to the aid of liberty and help Russia in defending all of us against the cancer which is afflicting us. I’m voting with my feet. If I can overcome all the obstacles to restrictions on the freedom of movement I shall be in Russia by Saturday. I won’t be coming back.

      View replies at odysee.com/@corbettreport.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        I have contacts in both Russia and Ukraine.
        There is no difference really between the West and those countries as far as the cities are concerned.
        They are following the exact same script that was handed to the West.

  12. amjamiediggins says:

    Hey friends,
    fellow anarcocapitalist Jeff Burwick ( of Anarcapolco fame ) is living in Mexico and loving it. I dwell 90 miles from the S border and stopped going to Mexico years ago due to the drug and political violence there.
    As Jeff says, the .gov in Mexico is pretty much powerless and has very little control over the people there.
    Be aware though, Jeff is quite wealthy and can afford to spend $1k/night on an airbnb crib.
    Here is a link to his podcasts, I enjoy the walks on the beach and the info, even if it is well above my meager means.
    Peace, L.

    • southamerica says:

      Im in Mexico and a lot of what Berwick says is bull but don’t forget he has a vested interest in selling his relocation services. Why are you linking him?
      You can easily live in Mexico on $1500/mo total unless you insist on all the shallow trappings that will disappear anyway by 2030. And if lawless dystopia rises around the world, “rich” foreigners who demand special treatment for their chihuahua will be the first to go.

    • lydiak says:

      My family has a place in Mexico (north of Puerto Vallarta area) that is not kosher right now. The beaches are closed, restaurants are closed, etc. I’m not clear on the mask situation. Last few times I’ve been there, since Trump was elected, we did not feel as welcome anymore. A few locals were openly hostile toward us and regularly badmouthed the US and Trump. Our family has always talked about it as a bug-out spot, but to me it does not make sense currently.

  13. pill says:

    As for “safe havens”. I think it shows how desperate many people are nowadays. Yes, we all have some sort of Democracy, but in many cases all that means is that we can make a limited selection every few years and I have yet to find a country that has a political party which actually promises freedom – not NATO “freedom” – freedom from oppression, specifically from international cartels like the IWF which uses money to force countries to do what Wall St. wants. Well, a recent example was Belarus, sort of a relict of the soviet union with a leader who has managed to limit outside influence and who’s made headlines denying not one but two offers by the IWF which tried to force an Italian style C. lockdown onto the country. But a, that country is only for those fluent in Russian and b, as James said, moving to another country is not to be taken lightly. And if we would all move away from our respective home countries, we’d leave behind those who can’t afford to make a change together with those who can’t think critically.

  14. Hi all…

    These people are thinking out-side the box -so to speak. You might find some interesting goings on here:


    …Derrick Broze is one of the Founders

    “If you are well… wearing a mask is harmful and stupid”.

  15. FatKat says:

    What about establishing Ancapistan’s in the US? It seems like if a state constitution recognized areas independent of that state’s interventions, then that area could be as free as the 10th amendment might permit? And for purely autarkic trade, may be able to avoid the claws of the state via Wickard v. Filburn.

    Perhaps automatic ballot referral mechanisms which automatically avoid ballot transaction costs by placing things like a constitutional convention on the ballot might be a low cost way to advocate for the creation of an Ancapistan in a state?

    In Ohio, in 2012 over 30% of the secret ballot electorate voted yes for issue 1 to call for a constitutional convention, which won’t be on the ballot again until 2032. Very little if no money supported a yes vote for issue 1 and not even the Green or LP political time vampires endorsed a yes vote. In 2015 in Ohio a group of ten thieves tried to steal Ohio’s entire pot market. Despite pissing away over $20 million in their kleptocratic designs, they barely got a few pecentage points more than a call for a constitutional convention 3 years earlier.


    • Duck says:

      The USA is pretty much the only place where you could create anything like a ‘freedom’ community… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajneeshpuram THIS cult pretty much did what your talking about but it went …uhm… wonkey.
      Also Disney land is its own city with a few special voters owned by the company.. (lol THATS a fun story!)
      The division of powers means that you could incorporate an area and have a lot of local self governance… Having plenty of space between you and others helps too.
      The thing is that you need to get enough people to move out to the middle of nowhere (where maybe they cant make a living) and essentially stage a ‘demographic take over’ of freedom minded people who will elect politicians to do almost nothing.

      It would be like herding cats… (unless you start a cult) and if your talking mainly about middle class white people (who after all are the types who will have the funds to do this) your going to get the media freaking out that your creating a white homeland and actually may attract undesirable racist types not even counting the FBI agents trying to stir things up
      A free city could work but it would be hard but no way will a state totally give up taxation or police power over an area

  16. 8Gc58 says:

    Thanks a lot, James, for answering 8Gc59’s question, and thanks to all that are contributing to this topic!

    We know very well about the challenges of moving to other countries. We have lived in Australia, Uganda and South Sudan for years. We have also travelled the world and spent several months in the US, Thailand and Japan.

    We have wanted to relocate for years, to a warmer climate and culture than what our current Northern European country, Norway, can provide us. We want to make a permanent move to a place where we can settle down and keep fighting against the regime, through creative work and journalism. We also want to be able to grow our own food, and living off-grid is a dream. In Norway, we are being suffocated slowly and find it increasingly hard to connect with people. There are surprisingly few that see what is going on in the world, as most people here are obedient socialists that love their state.

    All the best,
    8Gc59 and 8Gc58.

  17. drago66 says:

    The world is your playground. Improvise.

  18. dlx says:

    I am a Swede. We have kept most of our day to day here. Many have worked from home. Guys like me can´t however. Old folks have been locked down from relatives and all. 50ppl on the same spot max. So house parties and so on have never been illegal or anything. Pubs are open as usual. Social distacing is a thing during commercial events, restaruants, bars, store and so on. . So I would say we are middeling. Not as draconian one could say.

    I would move to South America. Peru or Chile. They are a very relaxed ppl in general. Find a safe town somewhere and settle down.

  19. mishochu says:

    The harder question than where can you run to is who can you turn to?

    It might be easier having a disinterested spouse than having one who believes the narrative and opposes your mental framework.

    Maybe I’m wrong. But I look at the cv case numbers every time someone presents them to me and then I dutifully set a reminder for 4-6 weeks to look back at the “lagging indicators”.

    So far I have not seen anything surprising.

    I’m tired of it, quite frankly.

  20. Libertydan says:

    Below is a link to Gov. Kristi Noem from SD speaking at a Hillsdale College event. She welcomes those who are not happy with how the CoVID was handled where they now live.


    Note: SD is the only State with a Publicly owned State Bank, to counter the evils of the Federal Reserve System. Perhaps, also note worthy, is that in order to beat “The Second Bank of America” President Andrew Jackson put the “Union of the States” funds into State Banks that existed at that time. Perhaps a Convention of the States could kill the Fed, and create State Banks in one sweep.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Interesting, thanks for sharing. I’ve lived in ND and visited the Black Hills in SD a few times. It was pretty cool. The winter weather was intense in that part of the country though. It was a big shock coming from California.

    • beaconterraone says:

      A “Convention of the States” will be how the Bolshevists finally kill the Bill of Rights. They will replace it with a Soviet-style “rights” proclamation.

      You can’t “Kill the Fed” without neutralizing the banskters who own it. And many wars, including both World Wars, were fought to protect said banksters. They don’t have any inhibition at killing billions if necessary.

    • r.m.m says:

      The only state with a public State Bank is North Dakota.

    • J.P. Wheels says:

      Yeah as r.m.m said, the only state owned bank in the US is the Bank of North Dakota. Originally conceived as an institution to protect local farmers from predatory lending practices of outside private financial institutions. South Dakota does not have a state owned bank.

    • Libertydan says:

      I have to correct myself. It is North Dakota that has it’s own State Bank.


      I was just seeing if anyone was paying attention, eh!

  21. Fawlty Towers says:

    hugo.c beat me to it.
    Where can we run to? Your mind is the best place.
    Get your mind sorted out first if it hasn’t been already.

    As for moving anywhere physically…
    I must say, it is quite disappointing to hear from so many people considering abandoning their home in the hopes of finding greener pastures elsewhere.

    If Corbetteers are thinking of jumping ship without putting up a fight, an astute group of people who can see through the whole charade, how can we be optimistic about our future?

    • Duck says:

      Fawlt Towers
      The thing is that most will feel surrounded by people begging to be enslaved (which is the deliberate effect of ‘dynamic silence’ – making everyone think that its accepted and settled and no one objects)
      I think Mr Corbett did a video on it-
      He explains it much better then I could but
      Anyway, if you feel like your the only one then fleeing makes perfect sense. Thats why they really work to keep control of the narrative… lol, people are like baby Chickens and copy each other.

    • cu.h.j says:

      There are certain places like many cities in California for example that are completely not viable to stay in due to the rise of the “smart city” culture. For example, San Francisco is beautiful, the architecture is unique and the culture used to be diverse, but now it is a sess pool of homeless junkies and overpaid tech workers who support the technocracy and a completely bought and paid for local government that will do anything Gavin Newsom says.

      Berkeley is worse, the mask mandates are more strickly followed and more enforcement takes place. Everything is overpriced and overtaxed. Frankly, it sucks, and the small amount of liberty-minded people are de-platformed and labeled as “right-wing/alt-right” trouble makers. It’s a hub of technocratic/neo-Marxist fascism with a bunch of meaningless slogans in people’s windows “Science is real/Trust Women/Black Lives Matter/Wear your mask” I kid you not, those signs are in people’s windows on the same sign.

      “Social justice” out here no longer means free speech and equal rights it means conformity and keeping your mouth shut. I’m done with it. The gentrification was bad enough but this is the icing on the cake for me. I’d rather live in a more rural place where you can actually eat inside a restaurant and go to a gym and not pay an arm and a leg for some overpriced “craft” food or beer or whatever.

      I think it makes sense to congregate in a place that hasn’t been overrun by big government and SJWs. They are part of the problem.

  22. Drazen says:

    Running away from tyranny does not stop tyranny. Tyranny will find you no matter where you go.

    James’ point of making a stand where you are, no matter how small the effort, is the only real option.


  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This is a great Thread. Lots of interesting stories.

    I am of the general opinion that a smaller town, a more rural area, offers a bit more flexibility and liberty, but lacks some conveniences and perks of a metropolitan area.
    Rural towns still have their problems, and sometimes a kind of gossipy scuttlebutt. Many times, family names and friends have clout in local decisions. All in all, there seems to be more of a welcoming and friendly nature in rural areas.

    All places change. I sure have seen Texas change. The number of people from other areas and other countries who have moved to Texas in the past decades has dramatically changed its original texture of liberty and individual independence.
    I think that just about every country is represented in the Dallas Ft Worth area.
    And about every state. Lots from the northern states.
    While I like the diversity, I detest some of the mindsets that the migrations have brought.
    However, there are still some natives left, especially in the small towns.

    I’ll hang here in Texas for the duration.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Love this Thread! Heaps of super interesting information indeed.

      We are also drawn to smaller, more rural areas. Having the same impression that people are less tense, less busy, and happier those places, in general.

  24. krmor says:

    There was an article in Doug Casey’s InternationalMan that addressed this question last week (link: https://internationalman.com/articles/is-there-hope-for-the-us/). However, the question was directed towards Americans. The article separates Americans into four groups of people: 1) The group that merely complains, but does nothing and ultimately goes down with the ship 2) The group that attempts to test the might of the greatest military force the world has ever seen 3) The group that attempts to make changes through the system via elections and 4) The group that leaves and seeks out liberty elsewhere.

    Groups 1 – 3 will become casualties, they will lose wealth, liberty, and, many in group 3 will lose their lives. Group 4 is independent-minded and self-reliant, they will put in the work to rebuild elsewhere, while holding on to their beliefs of independence and liberty. This is the group that the founders of America were in. They established as perfect a republic as possible,and when Ben Franklin was asked “What have we got, a republic or a Monarchy?” He quickly replied with “A republic if you can keep it.” It has been long known that America has turned into an oligarchy. These oligarchs currently have a lot of momentum, and there is very little we can do to slow them down. A ground resistance would be short lived, because they have “Air Superiority”. Unless 3 quarters of the populace is ready to resist and fight, we have no chance. Victory comes with numbers. Without the numbers we have to acknowledge the inevitable.

    This experiment called America is all but dead. It’s very unfortunate, but it’s time to seriously consider other viable options to start anew. The threat we face is practically ubiquitous. Most places in the world face the threat tyranny. I would say finding a location that has a warm climate, body of water, lots of uninhabited land, a defiant government, and lacks the technological development that we have in America. These places exist, but like James said, it all comes down to preference and willingness to endure the trade-offs associated with making such a move. Now that we are in a similar situation as our Founders, it’s very clear to see how difficult it was for them to make their decision.

    • southamerica says:

      Ah the International Man. In 2008 I was living in the Andes close to the border of Bolivia and Chile when Casey did a deal with the devil (otherwise known as the corrupt governor)and they used some of his vineyard land to sell as housing plots.The selling point was the aquifer the place was built on. The small town of 12k was bombarded with millionaires buying land around the mandatory golf course and installing built-in cappuccino machines. They completely changed the vibe of the small town and blew the minds of the locals. Another beautiful place destroyed by nuevo colonialism.
      I’ve already had my run-ins with the State for non-compliance and done time for it, subjected to denial of basic human rights, and worldwide media coverage – Japanese TV even made a lifetime movie about me albeit from the wrong POV. I know what they do to dissenters and it’s a freaking lonely space to be because ‘truth’ is what they say it is.
      I know where my line in the sand is though and am grateful that James had us questioning the specifics of that in his podcast of 6 or 7 months ago.

  25. mkey says:

    Melbourne Police VicPol arrest kid, harassed me then went after 80yr lady on a park bench

    This is primer in how to talk to police idiots of Victoria. Good job, Marty Focker!

  26. beaconterraone says:

    Stand and FIGHT, you cowards!

    The right to choose one’s own life and destiny is worth fighting for, and worth dying for, if it comes to that.


    You DON’T have to be Rambo to fight the anti-humans. You can subvert “less secure” aspects of the System very readily. Even if only to slow their “efficiency” down.

    If you do need to “confront” them directly, or, more specifically, “they” come to confront YOU, weapons are everywhere, you don’t need firearms. Household chemicals work wonders.

    Listen to Hero of Western Civilization, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn:

    “At what exact point, then, should one resist? When one’s belt is taken away? When one is ordered to face into a corner? When one crosses the threshold of one’s home?…”

    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?…The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst; the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!”

    — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956, p. 13 and footnote 5.

    • cu.h.j says:

      You need to be organized to do this. I would be for this, but how many are willing to do it where I live now in California.

      Any leads to underground resistance movements? Not the fake ones like BLM that go along with the agenda.

      • beaconterraone says:

        “Organization” means one compromises operational security, and makes one easily vulnerable to infiltration by the Secret Police (FBI, etc.).

        We all know what we need to do. DOING it is another thing. While this doesn’t apply to most here, people still BLINDLY comply with the rule by decree. I laugh when I use a drive-through and they say “mask required.” LOL – you either serve me sans mask, or keep my customized order. Even little things like that matter. As for “other things,” those are not to be discussed here, OR ANYWHERE with ANYONE, except in vague, very generalized terms.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think you’re correct. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

          • beaconterraone says:

            I dearly wish that our resistance could work like in Hollywood movies or System-approved history books. But I’ve seen too many organizations and otherwise-good men end up in a cage because they followed those models.

            TRUST NO ONE – but God Almighty.

    • mkey says:

      Good lord, I need to catch up on Solzhenitsyn’s book.

    • Octium says:

      Agreed. Offline Wikipedia can be a good resource. Even water can be made to burn if you are determined enough 😁

  27. My wish is that when it comes to the ultimate choice of side in this matter people will not be cowards, like those who submitted to the regime of the nazis: “What could I have done, I was alone!” Acting like silent sheep is not to be innocent. There are far more sheep in this world than tyrants. The tyrants can only rule over obedient cowards

  28. Laura K. says:

    It’s literally the most common topic among my friends at the moment.
    But the main criteria is avoiding 5G (4G, public Wifi etc.). Somewhere people who are heavily affected can function and actually do something and not just barricade oneself at home.

    • Duck says:

      Laura K

      What about there?
      I dont know how expensive it is to live there.

      • Duck says:

        Not very good instructions, a good way to get hurt and if someone did that they would technically be a terrorist AND would have done almost nothing to block cellphone coverage since their mostly built with redundancy except out in the boonies.
        Also my understanding is that 5G is going to be built all over the place on small towers , buildings lamp posts and such and not just Cell towers due to 5G’s short range- you could take down every cell phone tower in a city and coverage would not be stopped.

        • mkey says:

          Then what’s even the point of having towers if they don’t affect coverage lol I guess they build them for kicks.

          • Duck says:

            They are for cell phone and 3g… the wavelength and thus the range are different

            Things like HF HAM or CB radio waves can ‘skip’ all around the world, the UHF bands like cell phone DONT (mostly) skip and need line of sight- the towers are there so that the transmitter can “see” (line of sight) your phone just like
            a light house is tall so the light can be seen far away. The 5G is MUCH shorter ranger- there will be a tower of sorts in every neighbor hood BUT it wont need to be that tall since it will only cover a smaller area.

            The towers are OLD tec, they will exist as part of the cell phone network for a while but they will not (I believe) be needed long term when Cell coverage becomes part of a 5G MESH ‘internet of things’ surveillance net.

            You might as well attack the telephone lines (and then get life without parole for your efforts while making people think your some kind of ‘tin foil hat’ terrorist who needs to be silenced from the internet…..)
            Tower burning is a psyop

            • mkey says:

              So, yay or nay on the towers being there for coverage?

              • Duck says:

                Coverage of what?
                Yes, they provide cell phonce coverage, yes, they are good places to put %G as they roll it out… but they are not the future of 5G coverage and are not needed to provide it…. burning them down will NOT
                a) stop 5G rolling out
                b) inhibit coverage when it does.

                Burning down Cell towers WILL
                a)Get people jailed
                b)Make people who are pushing against the documented dangers of 5G look like crazy terrorist nut jobs who can be silenced
                c)Distract people from protesting or resisting in ways that might actually be useful

                Like I said… its a cargo cult psyop to burn down a few towers

  29. scpat says:

    Whenever I ask a Statist, they always suggest Somalia.

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In the U.S. we have imported “Mask Shaming”.
    (One minute)

    It is ironic how 10 months later, the world mimics the China of February 2020.

    • scpat says:

      This is very sad to see. Aren’t we as humans better than this?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        An Actor For State Propaganda?

        We probably will never know if the handcuffed lady was a state actor in order to push propaganda, because they certainly were using this for a Photo Op.

        However, this approach in the U.S. could be a great way to help wake up others.
        I mean…some Activists could stage a similar scene of public Mask Shaming & Humiliation upon a poor helpless woman, in order to demonstrate the lies surrounding masks.
        The video would probably go viral.

      • mkey says:

        Speak for yourself, scpat.

  31. Sheila Casey says:

    Some of you are making the argument that I shouldn’t leave the US, because “what if everybody did that?”

    But if everybody did what I’ve done for seven months (refuse to wear a mask, quarantine or social distance) this whole mess would be over by now.

    My resistance counts for nothing, I’m surrounded by sheep and it appears that the state is about to roll over me. There is something to be said for living to fight another day.

    • cu.h.j says:

      No it’s not for nothing. You’re encouraging non compliance with tyranny. It’s similar to Rosa Parks who refused to give up her seat on the bus. She was an example of standing up against tyranny and injustice. You’re doing it for you so you can be proud of your actions.

      The fact is that the mask isn’t about stopping a virus it’s about the submission of humanity to do what they are told by the “owners.” By non compliance you are standing up for humanity and for people in the US. I’m confident there are people who recognize that as bravery and that’s not for nothing.

      • Sheila Casey says:

        Where I live, just outside of DC, it’s teeming with govt employees and other conformists. People glare at me in grocery stores and sometimes verbally attack me for not wearing a mask.

        In this entire seven months, I have NEVER seen a single other person in a store without a mask. Not one.

        James said in a recent video “Tyrants hate this 500 year old trick…” that all we need to do is bring down tyrants is to withdraw our consent. I’m here to tell you that it has no effect.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Maybe you live in a place with a bunch of conformists and might be happier in a different part of the country. Kingman AZ has a lot less mask nazis sign on the door but no enforcement. In fact I was told they are ending the mask mandate.

          You probably reside in one of those “progressive “ places right? SF is one of those places lots of recycling no plastic straws and lots and lots and lots of conformity. They did keep the weed dispensaries open so maybe it’s like a bribe.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          In the early 80’s, I lived in the D.C. area for awhile.
          I hated it.
          I finally couldn’t take it anymore and went back to Texas and southern Louisiana to chill out and decompress.

          My story short version

      • Duck says:

        Rosa Parks was an activist working towards change with an organized group of activists with a plan. She was also likely a communist working towards revolution.
        She did not just decide to resist as a spur of the moment personal choice.
        If she had been acting on the spur of the moment she would have gotten fined and while she might have a moral victory thru not paying nothing would have changed and no one would have known or cared.
        People believe the myth of people like Gandhi and the civil rights movement- their tactics were tailored for their opponents not picked for any moralistic reasons
        Someone sent me this… have no idea what this show is but it kinda illustrates the importance of publicity

    • Duck says:

      You should not leave the US because pretty much anywhere else you will be worse off

      You will not be a local- guess who gets it first when the grid goes down?
      You will depend on prestige and exchange value of money from your origin nation to protect and help you… both can vanish fast.
      You will not find any BETTER legal system and legal restraint on police and local officials anywhere else (I know that looks like a low bar…but its worse in the 3rd world)
      You will not have as much chance to buy supplies cheep or open, wilderness lands to run off into…except maybe if you head out to Russia.

  32. Octium says:

    At this stage you are probably best off living in the country you are most familiar with, however you need to get out of the cities and the major population areas. The cities are going to be prisons. People are going to be toxic in many ways.

    Get some space where you can grow your own food, collect water and harvest some energy. Have some room to put up barriers between you and 5G.

  33. vancil says:

    Fight to live another day or make a stand? Escape the place where you are or make a stand? Do we make the physical or mental choice to move? The ant hill has been disrupted and chaos is running amok.

    I’m grateful for the pioneers and my contemporaries who have paved the way toward truth amidst these deep and wide mainstream narratives. Journalists and reporters who have chosen to pay tribute toward other, smaller, but more fruitful streams.

    I have been pondering these same questions and it has been great to read all of the replies in the comments above.

    However, it seems that as long as our center of focus remains on the global tyranny that we will always find it in one place or another. There will always be some problem somewhere to unearth. A rock that will be ripe to be overturned. It’s a really difficult problem I’m facing. To what extent do I value the complexity of the community which is local to me opposed with that which is out of my immediate reach?

    It seems that the best mode of action may be to strengthen my mind – and internal compass toward freedom (as mentioned above) – with a courage to act when the freedom gets pressed on too violently. I hate how much power we’ve given government to impress on people’s lives. Mistakes have been made…

    Thanks to all the commenters before me… Cheers.

  34. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Derrick Broze helping people to relocate to Mexico

    This last week of October 2020, Derrick Broze has headed back to Houston.
    In Houston, he will pass out flyers and do some Activism.
    He is meeting up with others who wish to caravan down to Mexico.

    I think that Derrick has been looking at property in one of the western coastal Mexican states north of the state of Oaxaca. (Mexico has 32 states)
    I believe that Corbett Report Member Suzt is in Oaxaca who has given us reports of what life was like there for her.

    On the western half, further to the north, are states known for their mining of silver and gold. The CEO of First Majestic Silver stated in a recent interview that they had to re-configure their labor force. Evidently, there is some type of recent Covid Mexican authority mandate which prohibited employees from working. So, the mine had to hire private contractors.
    Back around March or so, the small villages whose workforce depended on the mines would not let tourists visit. They did not want their village to get the ‘Rona.

  35. Many people in the U.S. learned something the hard way this year:
    Governors are essentially state presidents.

    The U.S. is a lot like a collection of 50 countries with 50 presidents, and a single grand federal president who has extraordinarily limited power over the other 50 presidents.

    In nearly all cases, that single grand president can’t order the other 50 presidents to do anything. He has to try to persuade them with offers of increased federal funding, threats of reduced federal funding and other such tactics; very similar to dealings with foreign nations.

    The South Dakota state president (‘governor’) refused to shut down her state during the scamdemic, stating that she has no right to do so.
    Because she did this, just like in Sweden, everyone died.
    Oh, wait, never mind, they’re perfectly fine.
    In fact, they’re doing much better in South Dakota than in many states where the state president (‘governor’) fiercely pushed shutdowns, stay-home orders, face coverings, distancing, tracing & more.

  36. HomeRemedySupply says:

    At the 8:30 minute mark, Corbett mentions SeaSteading.

    During Anarchapulco 2020…
    I do recall watching a very interesting interview by Josh Sigurdson (I think it was Josh…not quite sure) with a couple who had a boat and were SeaSteading off of Thailand (or a country in that region). The couple would visit friends and relatives on the mainland. They finally had to leave when the Authorities got wind of it.

  37. cbmpfi says:

    Go to https://open.lbry.com/@DollarVigilante:b/F–ked-Checkers-Hyperinflation:e
    Jeff Berwick talks about relocation in this episode of The Dollar Vigilante

    • Sheila Casey says:

      Do you have a timestamp for that? I skipped around but never heard anything about relocation. Just how he has no internet, his book is coming out, the wildlife is great where he is…

      • southamerica says:

        Sheila if you want to know about Mexico, I can answer you. Don’t sign up to those expensive relocation services dudes – and Berwick is nothing if not a misogynist.
        IDK what your work passion is but if you arent committed in DC, then do consider coming down here.

  38. covergirl says:

    I guess, heaven is the only safe option 😛

  39. Oscar says:

    Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research and International Man, has traveled to about 155 countries and has lived in a dozen or so. One of his goals was to avoid authoritarian overreach. He settled on a small place in Argentina, because Argentina has a very European culture (more European than the Europeans with their European Union), it was cheap, and the government was completely disfunctional in Argentina. He even had a project built “La Estancia De Cafayate” with a lot of homes, where liberty loving people can participate in. I believe Doug Casey tried to model it after the almost mythical place from one of his favorite books “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand where the heroes in the book flee towards, in order to avoid the authoritarians. Casey did this quite some years ago, pre-Covid, but he lives there a lot of the time and the principles are the same. Covid or no, the goal would be to avoid authoritarians.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Interesting. I did not know that.
      I think that Doug Casey often attends Anarchapulco.
      I sometimes watch his interviews on Kitco.

    • southamerica says:

      As I said upthread, the Estancia is built on a politico’s land. If you want to live in a gated community on a golf course where building a house will cost 3x the going rate – go right ahead. Or why not just stay home?

      And then read up on some Argentine history – the decades of junta control. The collapse of the monetary system that was agonizing for the people – the banks closed, no one could get any money, military in the streets – kind of like a rehearsal for what’s coming.

      When I left Argentina they refused to let the personal goods I’d brought in out of the country. I was like a Russian revolution emigre, with my valuables in my knickers.

      I thought the people here were more forward thinking than this.

  40. Oscar says:

    As James said, the best thing to do, is to make a stand where you are and to defend your home and loved ones.

    Look around you. There are a lot of good people. But a lot of them do nothing. They should do something though. And we should as well. Because as the saying goes:

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I agree.

      We all have a sphere of influence.
      For now, I am gonna do what I can to better the awareness of my community.

      It is my space, which is more than a ‘title’ or land.
      I own my space no matter where I am.

  41. HomeRemedySupply says:

    United States Postal Service® change-of-address data from February to July 2020 –
    with GRAPHICS

    October 12, 2020
    Coronavirus Moving Study: People Left Big Cities, Temporary Moves Spiked In First 6 Months of COVID-19 Pandemic

    I was drawn to the CHART Cities That Gained and Lost the Most…

    The green (gainers) Texas cities in the chart are suburbs of Houston, Austin, and…Frisco is a very affluent suburb north of Dallas.

    Georgetown and Leander are northern suburbs of the Austin metro area.
    I think that the TruthStreamMedia folks live out around Leander’s direction.
    My son’s wife’s family has a huge spread of land & cattle in the Georgetown area, which has a Germanic Texas settler heritage.

    In 1972-73, I went to college in Georgetown.
    During that time, one night, with my hippie-like long blonde hair, I spoke to the parents at a PTA (Parent Teacher Assc.) meeting in the small town of Leander about the virtues of smoking marijuana, saying that it was completely harmless. This was in the days when a kilo out of Austin cost about $110, but you could go to the ‘Big House prison’ for only possessing a joint.
    Years later, I looked back and wished I had not given that talk.

    • scpat says:

      HRS, I think you might be “the most interesting man in the world.” You’ve been all over and done a lot of different things. I look forward to reading your stories and anecdotes.

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thanksgiving and Christmas Family Holidays in California will be different this year

    ~~ Gatherings that include more than 3 households are prohibited.
    ~~ The host should collect names of all attendees and contact information in case contact tracing is needed later.
    ~~ All gatherings must be held outside.
    ~~ Attendees may go inside to use restrooms as long as the restrooms are frequently sanitized.
    ~~ the space must be large enough so that everyone at a gathering can maintain at least a 6-foot physical distance from others (not including their own household) at all times.
    ~~ Seating must provide at least 6 feet of distance (in all directions—front-to-back and side-to-side) between different households.
    ~~ When gathering, face coverings must be worn in accordance with the CDPH…unless an exemption is applicable.
    ~~ People at gatherings may remove their face coverings briefly to eat or drink as long as they stay at least 6 feet away from everyone…
    ~~ Gatherings should be two hours or less.
    ~~ People who are singing or chanting are strongly encouraged to do so quietly (at or below the volume of a normal speaking voice).

    The State gives references at the bottom of their webpage.

  43. Shane says:

    Hi James
    I live in New Zealand. You mentioned it earlier.
    A Country in a mess.Yes, the MSM don’t tell
    what is really going on. Govt has borrowed more
    than it can handle. Most people are on the benefit.
    And, as a business owner, I am paying their benefit
    by way of my taxes.
    But, hey, the, so called, Prime Minister
    aka “the teeth”, ‘the witch” and a few more …
    doesn’t give a toss. She is part of the …
    Been primed all her life. Will end up in the UN.
    Worked for the UK Govt (Tony Blair). Her father was a real dodgy
    bastard. Have heard rumours today that some bad shit
    is about to hit here. From a very reliable source (Accountant
    with contacts). His comment was “make hay while the sun shines”
    as it’s about to get rather bad.
    Shit. How bad can it get. Luckily, I live in the country.
    Guess I will have to stock up on Ammo.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      8Gc59 here.

      The expression “make hay while the sun shines” made me think of the NWO’s plan to “remove” our sun using climate engineering.

      Stay strong!

    • lydiak says:

      Shane, my husband just subscribed to Time magazine. It’s full of Covid propaganda, and you reminded me of a line in one of their asinine articles. Talking about Ardern, the author referred to her as something like “our 2020 PM crush” – which I thought was so weird and gross.

      Many here are referring to NZ as a great Covid success story, and what we should be modelling ourselves after, so it’s nice to hear from someone on the ground.

      Good luck to you out there. I am also stocking up on ammo.

  44. CreativeLife says:

    Crackee! Your PM is almost as eerie as our beloved Tommy Tam here in Canaduh.
    My dear friends a few quarters down the back road have family in NZ. They must be running out of rocks for these snakes to crawl out from. They are everywhere and over the next days it’s gonna get a whole lot worse. Whatever you do, batton down the hatches and keep the children safe! ‘Tis the highest week of the lowest and this just surfaced….we’re gonna see a burst of activity coming from the millions of occult operatives. Time for warfare!
    The Air is full of media, plural for medium. Psychic channeling of subconscious sorcery, whether holly wood mainstream or holly wood internet. The craftsmen, grifters and confidence men in this monopoly will be wielding their spellcraft in full force. If folks don’t understand the spiritual nature of the battle we are in, well hold on to your hats, and watch the show!

    Ephesians 6:12 AMP For our struggle is not against flesh and blood [contending only with physical opponents], but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this [present] darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly (supernatural) places.

    If you worship evil, the church of Satan is open for business, in their highest week of ritual and sacrifice. Australia gov’t venue sold out Tickets $6.66.

    Might be a good time to run into your closet and pray. See you there in spirit!

  45. ChaosNavigator says:

    The grass does not become greener either by staying in one’s home turf when it’s suddenly turning into scorched earth and becoming Agenda 21 land.

    The eternal issue: Taking a stand VS escape before it’s too late.

    It depends on the context as always.

    #1. One cannot blame parents for copping out in order to save their kids from state-approved forced vaccinations and legions of state-worshipping brainwashed Covidiots and snitches who are dangerous to your life – literally.
    It doesn’t do any good to fight in the cities from a vantage point of weakness. If one can retreat to a safe space in another country to buy more time, so be it when the alternative is Covid KZ camps – and a martyrdom in vain is pointless. It does not help anyone. One goes underground as always in history to increase the odds of beating the enemy at a later stage

    #2.Taking as stand is only worth it if one can beat the odds, a calculated risk assessment. Or if there is no way out.

  46. ChaosNavigator says:

    Some notes from 2016: ‘People in the Hunza region very often turn 100 years old, and men have children all the way up to the age of 90. But the most amazing thing about the Hunza people is the fact that diseases are virtually non-existent. Cancer, heart disease, high and low blood pressure as well as childhood diseases almost do not exist. There are also no prisons, police or military in the area because there is no need for them. While the rest of the civilized world cares about nuclear threats and other things, people in the remote region of Pakistan live in peace, harmony and brotherly love. As a final fact, it should be noted that no crime has been recorded in the region for 130 year.

    I would argue that this can be reproduced anywhere.

    . “Until shortly before the common era,the very last 1 percent of human history, the social landscape consisted of elementary self-governing kinship units that might, occasionally, cooperate in hunting, feasting, skirmishing, trading, and peacemaking. It did not contain anything one could call a state. In other words, living in the absence of state structures has been the standard human condition.” [….] ..Scott argues, we find ourselves today with a “huge literature on state-making, contemporary and historic, [that] pays virtually no attention to its reverse: the history of deliberate and reactive statelessness. This is the history of those who got away.” ….”it appears that much, if not most, of the population of the early states was unfree; they were subjects under duress.” And “it was very common for state subjects to run away.” For “living within the state meant, virtually by definition, taxes, conscription, corvée labor” — that is, forced, unpaid, short-term labor, such as being required to work a day or two unpaid on a road-repair crew — “and, for most, a condition of servitude.”

    The Zomia civilization are runaway, fugitive, maroon communities who have, over the course of two millennia, been fleeing the oppressions of state-making projects in the valleys — slavery, conscription, taxes, corvée labor, epidemics, and warfare.

    Most of Homo Sapiens today have been macro-conditioned to servitude, to accept their servitude and the ‘inevitability’ of the state as a necessary ‘safe’ space. Scott says that Zomia is the biggest remaining area of Earth whose inhabitants have not been completely absorbed by nation-states, although that time is coming to an end (swallowed up by the expanding powers of the techno-feudalist ‘civilization’).BTW; the concept ‘mind control’ is etymologically close to Govern (control) + Ment (mind) – the current track of civilization is in reality an increasingly intolerable prison planet made possible through state structures (currently on its way to global government).

    Escapees (before the final breakdown of modern civilization) will nonetheless find hope (through Scott’s evidence fx), that it’s possible to make ‘Exodus’ emigrations from the failed western states and create communities without rule in ‘Zomia’-like groups in the post-post-modern age, and especially before the NWO and Hunger Games society in USA and EU become even more crazy draconian and obvious for all to see. The last groups might have to endure a Sovjet-like horror Hunger Games regime of the NWO, before that breaks down also….

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

  47. ChaosNavigator says:

    “What do you see for the future?

    Anthony Sutton: Chaos, confusion and ultimately a battle between the individual and the State. The individual is the stronger; and will win. The state is a fiction sanctified by Hegel and his followers to CONTROL the individual. Sooner or later people will wake up. First we have to dump the trap of right and left, this is a Hegelian trap to divide and control. The battle is not between right and left; it is between us and them.”
    – interview, 1999

  48. ChaosNavigator says:

    Dee Hock: (Dee Hock is the inventor of the VISA credit card, the founder and former CEO of Visa International):

    “I think we’re on the knife’s edge where we’re going to undergo cataclysmic institutional failure. We have it all over the world. Look at some of the countries that are in a state of perpetual starvation and revolution; there’s just no present institutional structure capable of dealing with societal complexity and diversity with anything other than more centralization of power and increasing violence and force. So we’ll have one of two possible scenarios. The first would be that we’ll have a massive series of institutional failures, social chaos, and enormous societal and biological carnage —far more than we now experience — and then maybe out of that will emerge these new concepts. But I think if we do experience massive institutional failure, the first thing that will emerge, before we see the new forms, is almost total centralization of power and control, which will result in a widespread loss of liberty and freedom. That will last for a while,but it ultimately will not work, much like the Soviet Union. And when that collapses, then we’re in for a second period of social carnage that will be unbelievable.”
    – Dee Hock, interview-excerpt, 2002

    Compared to the monopoly of State violence, small units would be preferable as it could only be through the Leviathan State structures that +260 millions human beings have been killed by the State in the 20th Century (Democide), and that does not account for war (a third of the number in total) – only through initial acceptance of State constructions and State monopoly of violence, could such ‘mass industrial’ murder have taken place in the first place, not with non-State constructions, IMO

    Oh, I forgot; Fiji might be the perfect post-apocalyptic Noah’s Arc bugout location.

    Sweden is relatively good so far, lots of nature…

  49. Terraset says:

    Its hard to have sympathy for the people looking to run. Just think about their mentality, they want someone to build and maintain all the infrastructure needed to save them, but would they turn around and do the same for their friends, their family, other embers of so called “free humanity” looking for escape? Nope, that shit takes effort, they just want to save their own skin. Fucking cowardly.

    I talk a lot with what people would call “normies” and do you know what their NUMBER ONE reason is for dismissing all of you as just dumbass conspiracy theorists? You bitch a lot about what other people are doing while doing next to nothing yourselves. Or so little it doesn’t even matter even if they do believe you.

    Literally the only thing worth doing if you claim to want to save the world or whatever is building, maintaining, supporting and promoting the infrastructure necessary for survival and thriving in your alternative society. It’s ultimately why I quit caring about your cause, you kinda keep demonstrating you’re not capable of meaningful organization or industriousness as a whole and I pretty much just want the elites to win even though that will hurt me too. Because at least those people know how to get shit done. Anyone looking to run at this stage of the game isn’t worth helping, they’re just dead weight.

    I’d suggested I think over a year ago for you guys to have your own agenda 2030 for the world you want to build and even was going to spearhead it until I realized that I really need to not be involved in projects like that anymore for my own health. Did anyone ever do anything with that? I’m guessing no, I’m guessing despite at least one person saying it sounded like a good idea there’s no website, no roadmap, no meetings, no deadlines, no organization to actually get shit done of any type.

    Maybe you should start there. Because I think that if you guys don’t have fully functioning scalable infrastructure for primary and some secondary needs up and running by June 2021, then you have probably lost any possibility of ever winning your little freedom fight. Nobody gives a shit about freedom, they give a shit about food, water, shelter, electricity and comfort. The elites know this, which is why they keep facerolling you.

    I don’t think you’re going to do it, personally, I think all you’ll continue doing is sharing videos and make believing that you’re helping like you’ve more or less been doing this whole time. So have fun with your totalitarian world, you sure earned it.

    • Duck says:

      “..ope, that shit takes effort, they just want to save their own skin…’

      Who elses skin do you WANT to save?
      The only reason any one acts is either to save themselves or people that they care about- family, faith, community, country …all build ontop of each other or they fall.

      If you are willing to die for some random people you have nothing in common with you are either LARP’ing or your as bad a fool as SJW’s who are willing to destroy their own nations for ideology.
      The reason that the globalists keep winning is NOT that they are strong, its because they have broken up most family, ethnic and religious bonding and atomized people.
      Until people reorganize on a social pattern that actually works long term they will keep failing. Thats why globalists push fragmentation via identity politics so we’re in smaller and smaller groups with less solidarity.
      This site is a great information source, so I dont understand why you are blaming it for not being a center of organization. You cant actually organize very will with people you have meat space contact with.

      The Web is mostly a trap for your imagination and perception, a super charged TV set designed to waste your time. Dont expect much real stuff to come out of it.

      “..I don’t think you’re going to do it, personally…”
      Your blaming others, worry about yourself.

  50. ChaosNavigator says:


    Don’t where to start pointing out logical fallacies, but there are so many strawmen and assumptions in your positions. People are doing many things and there are many hardcore survivalists where people get things done, same in remote retreats. There are many websites, roadmaps,meetings, deadlines and organizations.

    When the military is coming for your kids to vaccinate and detain them in NZ KZ camps, one would flee, almost a moot point.

    Again: ‘It doesn’t do any good to fight in the cities from a vantage point of weakness. If one can retreat to a safe space in another country to buy more time, so be it when the alternative is Covid KZ camps – and a martyrdom in vain is pointless. It does not help anyone. One goes underground as always in history to increase the odds of beating the enemy at a later stage’

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