John Bush of the Exit and Build Land Summit believes its better for Americans to exit from the totalitarian system instead of fighting it.
During his appearance on the “Health Ranger Report,” Bush explained to Health Ranger Mike Adams the importance of simply exiting unethical systems and building new ones that are decentralized, transparent and voluntary. He said the best time to do this is now.
“It’s kind of a paradox because the technology is being used for this Great Reset surveillance society, but it’s simultaneously being used by good people in order to opt out of their systems,” said Bush.
Adams agreed, pointing out that governments backed by globalists are pushing humanity into accepting central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). He also concurred with his guest’s advocacy to exit the entire monetary system.
“We’ve seen the weaponization of banks against, for example, the Canadian truckers. You donate 25 bucks to the protesters and they seize your bank account,” said the Natural News and Brighteon.com founder. “Think about how much freedom that would engender if we are no longer beholden to the controls of the current banking system.” (Related: The one-world digital currency is almost here – but first they have to collapse the global financial system to make way for it.)
Bush also warned that CBDCs will be intertwined with the personal carbon allowance, which the climate alarmists have already announced. He also noted the concept of 15-minute cities which would restrict people’s mobility when the area exceeds its monthly carbon allotment.
“You will not even be able to purchase plane tickets,” Bush noted. “Ultimately, we need to start trading amongst ourselves … using alternative currencies, but also old-school stuff. Just good old barter flea-market type stuff, like silver dimes.”
Bush: Be self-reliant even when global elites “twist your arms”
Both Bush and Adams agreed that the “enemies of freedom” showed their real colors when the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic happened.
“One of their greatest strategies is to pressure people to make life difficult, twist their arms until they say ‘OK, I’ll go take the shot,’ which many people held off early on. They went, ‘Well, you’re not going to be able to work. You’re not gonna be able to fly out of the country or visit family members, a lot of people gave in,” Bush said.
“But if people are self-sufficient with their source of income and food and if they had their families living together in a tribal situation like an ecovillage or an intentional community, it makes it a lot easier to resist their plans and ultimately to opt-out.” An intentional community is a voluntary residential community designed to have a high degree of social cohesion and teamwork from the start.
The Health Ranger agreed, saying, “The more points of control that the establishment has, the more they can leverage people into compliance, which is really self-destructive.”
Bush mentioned how he encourages the public, though his company Live Free Academy, to be freer. His company urges people to take a self-assessment of areas of life where they are dependent on these systems of control.
According to Bush, his company makes sure to present a strong case to convince urbanites to exit the city. The self-reliance expert now lives on a 10-acre ranch with his family and other families that seek to establish a strong intentional community.
“There are people that don’t know the first thing about homesteading,” Bush recounted. “Honestly, the first thing about homesteading I learned is [that] as you go, experiences become the greatest teachers.”
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Watch the full episode of the “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams featuring John Bush below.
This video is from the Health Ranger Report channel on Brighteon.com.
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