Episode 12-Civil Unrest, What to Do
Join the gaggle as they discuss civil unrest, what is likely to happen and what you can do as things progress. Topics covered include the grey man concept, self defense, supply chain issues, international relations, and CJ gives historical perspective.
On this episode:
Late breaking add-on: Xavier Hawk: https://phireon.com/
WHERE TO FIND US:
John Bush: https://livefreenow.podbean.com/
Peter Quinones: https://freemanbeyondthewall.libsyn.com/
Jack Spirko: http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/
Nicole Sauce: https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/
Xavier Hawk: https://phireon.com/
Professor CJ: https://profcj.org/
Reality of Violence: http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/the-reality-of-violence
The Art of War: https://www.amazon.com/Art-War-Sun-Tzu/dp/1599869772
TSP Member Support Brigade: http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/members-brigade
Freedom Cells: https://freedomcells.org/
John Bush is a radical activist, entrepreneur, and father of two based in Austin, TX. Since 2002 he has worked tirelessly to create a more free and peaceful world through political activism and the promotion of alternative institutions. He is a proponent of health freedom and operates Brave Botanicals which offers kratom and CBD. In 2015 he laid out his vision for Freedom Cells, small mutual aid groups networked with other cells to achieve common goals and secure the sovereignty of group members. The Freedom Cell Network has since grown to over 2,200 people globally and hopes to one day replace the state as a means of social organization.
Xavier Hawk co-founded a home health agency with his family in 2001, and then went off grid with his wife and four daughters to their mountain homestead. Here he went on to invest in real estate, commodities, and crypto currencies where he found his Niche. He architected the world’s first asset backed blockchain system, negotiated the world’s first blockchain solution for a nation, and architected the intentional neighborhood design growing in popularity with real estate developers around the globe. He currently sells emerging tech in the sectors of off grid energy, border security, last mile infrastructure, connectivity, and border security to enterprise level clients through his company Phireon Global Partners.
CJ Killmer has BA and MA degrees in history, and has been teaching the
subject at the college level since 2006. In 2014, he started the Dangerous History Podcast, a show that shares the history that the Establishment would rather you NOT know, helping you learn the past, understand the present, and prepare for the future. Aside from his historical work, CJ strives to be a Renaissance Man in today’s New Dark Age, by cultivating a broad range of knowledge and skills in order to maximize his personal versatility and resilience.
Sal Mayweather is a practicing counter-economist, crypto-anarchist, & dedicated Rothbardian. He is the host The Agora podcast, publisher of The New Libertarian blog & CEO of Agoristics.
PETER R. QUINONES
The Black Sheep
Peter R. Quinones is managing editor of the LibertarianInstitute.org and hosts the Free Man Beyond the Wall podcast. He has spoken at Liberty Forum in Manchester, New Hampshire and is one of the Executive Producers on the documentary, “The Monopoly on Violence.”
Nicole Sauce is an avid coffee roaster, lifestyle podcaster, homesteader, musician and marketing & lifestyle coach. She is author of Cook With What You Have. Find out more at LivingFreeinTennessee.com.
Redneck Hippy Duck Farmer
Jack Spirko was born in 1972 in New Jersey and is best known today as the founder and host of The Survival Podcast. … Spirko remained in Pottsville until 1990 when he joined the Army at the age of 17. After his military service he relocated to North Texas, an area he currently calls home
Man on the Land
Curtis Stone is a farmer, author, entrepreneur, agricultural consultant, father and man on the land. Best known for his book and YouTube channel, The Urban Farmer. Curtis’ main focus has been showcasing the great work of regenerative and sustainable farmers from around the world for his own media platform, fromthefield.tv. Since 2016, Curtis’ true passion and pastime, has been researching the legal state and history of Canada to find solutions to the endless stream of bureaucracy that continually strips away the rights of farmers.
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