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Mainstream Media is Rotting Your Brain

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Today's episode touches on media, whether that is mainstream media, social media or any kind of screen-related plague in general. We're straying from the natural path and that's making us increasingly unhappy. We're not genetically programmed to look at screens all day, so what can we do about it?

#Today's episode touches on media, whether that is mainstream media, social media or any kind of screen-related plague in general. We're straying from the natural path and that's making us increasingly unhappy. We're not genetically programmed to look at screens all day, so what can we do about it?

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[00:00:00] You have to spend time withpeople and go deep with them and have conversations and arguments and debates,and maybe somebody being mad at them. You could have a thousand casualfriendships that will not be able to bring you the same things. That one deeprelationship can

[00:00:29] What is up in central minions,Collin here for a solo podcast coming at ya. I got a few things to talk abouttoday. A couple of quotes that we're going to unpack. I'm gonna talk to youtoday about the media and how just evil and dangerous they are in case youdidn't know. We're gonna talk about how dealing with haters and what haters aredoing when they're hating understanding, and maybe having some compassion forthem, because generally it's hurt people that hurt people.

[00:00:57] So let's just dive right into itas always, if you can [00:01:00] subscribe and leave us a review or doing thosethings, we very much appreciate that it helps the algorithms. It helps us reachmore people with big, important ideas that they can use to build better healthand better lives for themselves. All right.

[00:01:11] So the first quote we have todayis from my boy Neval Rabicom you can actually get the new re Neval Almanac,Nevada neck. I think it's called, uh, you get the free PDF at novel. Nevada.comjust Google it. It's a free PDF. You can buy the book on Kindle and you can buya physical copy, even definitely support this project.

[00:01:33] It's amazing. I've been quotingit a ton on Instagram because it's awesome. And almost everything he says isworth highlighting. We're talking about. And so this is a good one that I foundthat is very relevant, too. Everything in 2020, but especially your health. Andif you've been following my work at all, you know, that I pretty much don'ttrust doctors, scientists, or anything that's mainstream at all.

[00:01:54] In fact, I have a heuristicwhere the bigger something is the more widely accepted. Isn't the moral, the[00:02:00] experts, you know, I'm using air quotes here. Experts tell you thatthis is the way it is, right. The more likely it is to be wrong. Every time Irun any of these big ideas through this, any idea that it's accepted by themainstream, when I run it through that filter and I actually analyze it.

[00:02:14] And I find the truth. Theheuristic holds true for whatever reason. As Mark Twain said, whenever I findmyself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect. So Navarrosays here, if you eat, invest in think according to what the news advocatesyou'll end up nutritionally financially and morally bankrupt Nepal.

[00:02:33] Rabicom now think about it.People blindly trust. They're doctors. They blindly trust the nutritionresearch that the media picks up that big pharma funds and perpetuates, andthat the doctors basically have to recommend it if they don't necessarily agreewith it because there's liability issues. If they don't.

[00:02:51] So the entire status quo of sickcare in this country and the nutritional recommendations that coincide with[00:03:00] the sick care system, we now have 50% obesity rate. It's probablyactually higher than that. Even more Americans are overweight. We're talkingabout the majority of people are sick and getting sicker every single year.

[00:03:11] Yet people still listen to whatthese experts, again, air quotes here have to say about nutrition, health, andreally anything. I mean, whether it's vaccines or anything else, people. Listento what people say on TV and the experts say, or they go to the doctor orwhatever, and they just say, Oh, okay, cool.

[00:03:29] That's what we do. You know,experts said, he said it like, what? Like, are you serious at this point withthe internet and the, uh, the amount of information that we have out there andthe amount of just holes that are poked in anything mainstream you'd think morepeople would be taking the red pill per se and waking up and finding andseeking truth.

[00:03:48] But it's not the case because ina world with limitless information, you have a lot of noise and it still takesskill and effort to find the signal. And that's why I believe that the[00:04:00] 1% is always gonna be the 1%, the 1% that makes success forthemselves to take control of their life. They take ownership, they will figureout a way to be successful.

[00:04:07] Always, no matter what. Even inan environment where there, how to information is free. You can go on YouTubeand learn any skill. You could go on YouTube and learn how to build a businessand learn from people that have done it. And all of the mistakes they made. Youcould quite literally manifest sure.

[00:04:20] Your success, especially yourhealth. Yet, most people won't do this because they're too busy. Getting caughtup in the noise. They're too busy, just blindly trusting people and notinvesting energy into figuring out for themselves. And that's why I've alsoright here. If you eat, invest, and think according to what the news advocates,and you can change the word news with experts or mainstream or whatever, you'llend up nutritionally financially and morally bankrupt.

[00:04:44] All right, moving on to our nextquote, we got from Leo Tolstoy. There's no greatness where there is nosimplicity, goodness, and truth. I stumbled upon this quote, when I was writingan article about work and getting things done in simplicity. It's a conceptthat in [00:05:00] 2020, I've been really exploring, trying to simplify mylife, trying to simplify the amount of products I have and trying to get.

[00:05:05] Better deeper results on fewer things,because that's really the key to life. That's the key to finding a flow state.That's the key to fulfillment. Happiness is going depth going deep as you can.Whereas most people in our information, rich, you know, distraction, richenvironment, we go wide. We get pulled in a thousand directions and as aresult, we never develop the skills or even know how to go deep on things.

[00:05:28] Right. Think about it. If youwere, let's say a video editor and like your Hollywood video editor, so you canedit romantic comedies, you can edit Epic movies, whatever, and you kind ofhave like a bag, a mixed bag of movies that you can edit. Now imagine your aKung Fu fight scene editor known in your industry for being awesome at editingkung-fu fight scenes, who do you think is going to get the job and be able todemand higher pay?

[00:05:55] For the director that wants thebest Kung Fu fight scene for his movie. Is it going to [00:06:00] be that mixedbag guy that can kind of edit a little bit of everything or is going to be theguy that's really, really good at adding Kung Fu movies? All right. That's justone example of the importance of specialization.

[00:06:08] When you specialize, when you godeep, you rise to the top and you can demand a premium, you can set your ownhours and where you work, you can become an asset to your employer. And so youcan basically work anywhere. If you do have a job or where you go for yourselfor you'll be freelance or whatever.

[00:06:22] Going deep is also connected tohappiness. Generally, if you think about it, the things in your life that bringyou the most fulfillment or your deep relationships are those really hardprojects that you've invested a lot of time into. The passion projects, right?All the, the average things you do, or the things that you go a few feet in,like you do a bunch of different things or whatever, you don't derive the samekind of satisfaction from any one of them and said, you have a bunch of shallowexperiences and shallow fulfillment as a result.

[00:06:54] So this concept is so important.And the more I think about it, the more I see our prevail and it is, and howintegral is, but also [00:07:00] how hard it is implement it. It's really hardto implement. We have so much opportunity in front of us. We probably have somany interests. There are so many books to read and things to do, and peoplesee in relationships to cultivate opportunities in front of us.

[00:07:15] But the irony here is we end upgetting little to no results on everything. If we can't let go of some thingsand go deeper into fewer things. It's just one of those things. It's, it'stough. I think the first step is awareness of it. The first step is figuringout what things you should be saying. No to all right.

[00:07:35] Get aggressive with saying no,if you're not hell yeah. About something, then it should probably be no. Right.I mean, imagine if you're dating, like if you're just dating and you're reallytrying to find a partner and like settle down and have kids or whatever, if you'renot hell yes. To somebody you're going to go on a date with the second day,third day, whatever, then it should just be no.

[00:07:52] Why waste your time? Now, ofcourse there's other benefits and you just want to have fun and maybe you'rebored. I mean, I get it, but this law [00:08:00] applies to every aspect ofyour life. Find ways to get more depth into your life. More, just deeper,serious, intense focus, rather than shallow fleeting. Like this thing, thenthat thing, and then hopping around monkey, mind, monkey habits, monkey life.

[00:08:17] We have to stop bouncing aroundso much. And the technology unfortunately leads us to doing this. It's designedto do this a fetus up constant drips of dopamine, the new thing, the new thing,new thing. And we become addicted to it and it warps our brain. It literallywarps our brain so that we ended up doing in our lives.

[00:08:34] We go do something with oneperson and, you know, halfway through lunch or hanging out or whatever we'realready thinking about. What's the next thing. Who's the next person. Can yousee how absurd that is? Like how dangerous that is to your psyche andespecially considering when it comes to people, the best relationships you haveare the deep relationships.

[00:08:52] You have to invest time. Youhave to spend time with people and go deep with them and have conversations andarguments and debates. And maybe somebody's mad at them. You could have[00:09:00] a thousand casual friendships that will not be able to bring you thesame things, that one deep relation. So whatever with this of is calling toyou, whether it's your work you want to focus on, whether it's, you want tospend more time with your kids and you know, maybe you're just falling too muchinto routine.

[00:09:17] Maybe it's your relationship andyou don't. Have like a date night, you don't have time alone. You're justcaught up in the riggermerall of life. Maybe it's all these things. I highlyrecommend making some less, making some notes, maybe jotting down some ideas, makinga list of things that you should eliminate or stop or procrastinated on as muchas possible, and really make a focus to work on this.

[00:09:37] I mean, this is just one ofthose huge ideas. That is something that is never ending. Like you constantlyhave to be iterating this and thinking about this and finding opportunities tooptimize it. But when you do it really can be a game changer. It's a huge, hugething. All right. All right. Shifting gears here to something I've been seeingnow, this is current current events.

[00:09:55] It's also evergreen. So bearwith me. If you're not into politics, that's fine. You can still get some value[00:10:00] here. All right. So I'm seeing a lot of nonsense and obviously wesaw this in 2020. The nonsense of 2020, which is only culminated with thenonsense of the 20, 20 presidential election. I want everyone to be aware.

[00:10:15] And if you haven't thought aboutit, consider it of who the real enemy is here. All right now, by default, a twoparty system is designed to divide. It divides our country does it's obviousit's going on left first. Right? All right. If you're not on the left or theright yet you don't stand a chance and nobody basically pays attention to you.

[00:10:32] Right. Th the system is what itis at this point, and we don't have to get into why it is, and we don't evenhave to really get into solutions. Cause that's beyond the scope of this point.The point here though, is the enemy that I want everyone to really recognize.And I'm gonna be, I'm gonna be talking about is a lot more identified this in apost I did yesterday and Instagram, I did a two video posts in my car.

[00:10:50] Got a lot of good positivefeedback because I view it as true. And I think you should check it out. Youcan go over to at Colin Stucker. That's one L C U L I N S T U C K E R T onInstagram. [00:11:00] So. The enemy of America is the mainstream media. And toa lesser extent, which is growing every day is big tech. Now, maybe you've seenthe center shift that's going on in big tech.

[00:11:13] Maybe you've seen theleft-leaning bias and all the nonsense that's going on with the algorithms andGoogle and Facebook and Twitter and all these things. The mainstream media isat the forefront because they've been bought and paid for, and they haveagendas. And this is the way it's been for a while.

[00:11:25] It's been getting progressivelyworse every single year when it comes to the media and with the internet andwith mainstream media, trying to compete for eyeballs, they become only more.Sensationalists more, more vitriol, more divisiveness. And what's insane to me.And I didn't want to mention cans at this point, but if you look at how themedia has treated our current president and you see how aggressive they go afterhim and how they're basically political activists are not reporting on thenews, they're just trying to attack that should disturb you.

[00:11:56] It should disturb you because itis an affront. To freedom of [00:12:00] speech assembly and thought, which iswhat America is founded on. You can hate the guy, but if you believe that, justbecause you hate the guy, that the means doesn't matter. And if your goal is tolike remove him from office, that you can do whatever you want to make thathappen, then you're delusional.

[00:12:17] And you're a threat to thiscountry as well. The reason this country has worked, the reason the Americanexperiment thus far has been the greatest experiment in history of the earthand brought more prosperity to anybody. Two more people to more races and sexesand genders. The reason that's the case is because the bedrock of theconstitution and these things like freedom of speech, right.

[00:12:38] To bear arms and privateproperty rights. That right there literally is a foundation of why America hasbeen able to do what it's done. And it's not perfect, but I mean, ideally it isgetting better in some ways I feel like it's getting worse, but I think thefoundation of the American exp I keep calling experiment because we don't knowif it's gonna last, but.

[00:12:57] The foundation of that is theconstitution [00:13:00] and these unalienable rights for anybody, regardless ofskin, color, race, creed, whatever that is the key. And when you see the newsbecome this basically propaganda machine, even if the propaganda supports whatyou want to happen. You should not be okay with the method you bring fragilityto the system you bring.

[00:13:23] I mean, propaganda itself isevil for a lot of reasons. And this is what disturbs me. This is why a lot of2020 I've been speaking out against the left. Not because I support the right.I actually don't care about either sides. I think both are probably wrong justin differing degrees. And so what I've taken to is defending reason.

[00:13:42] So. Whether you like the left,the right. Somebody in the middle of whatever. It doesn't matter if reason istaking a back seat. And for me, that's the key. I cannot stand human stupidity.I can not stand human bias. I can not stand. Seeing people justify their badbehavior, erosion of rights, erosion of the things that America is built[00:14:00] on when you convince yourself that it's okay.

[00:14:03] And that the means doesn'tmatter. As long as the end happens. You are a threat to America and to reallyany rational objective reasonable outcome for, for humanity. Okay. So that'swhat drives me nuts about all this, more than anything. It's the lack ofreason. It's the bias, it's the political activism.

[00:14:25] It's the just unbiased nature ofsomething like the news and what's, it's supposed to be, which has now made itso that the mainstream media is I think the greatest threat to America andprobably the greatest threat to humanity. And big tech is slowly chomping atthe heels of mainstream media to become equally as dangerous and evil.

[00:14:42] Now can't we get the solutionsto this, especially for big tech, because that's a complex topic and there's alot of things that you can do and whatever. Uh, but mainstream media is simple.The solution to mainstream media is absolutely simple. Don't watch theirvideos. Don't watch them on TV, ignore them, don't follow their Twitteraccounts.

[00:14:57] Down-vote them. If it does popup or whatever, [00:15:00] block them or whatever, do not give them the time ofday. When you give your attention to mainstream media, you were paying them oneway or the other, right? That's that's how these news outlets make money. Theymonetize your attention. They sell to advertisers.

[00:15:13] It's based on how many clicksviews impressions they get. I mean, even downvoting can actually give it someimpression. So I would recommend just pretending they don't exist. And if yourfeed tries to serve it up, maybe click the thing and said not interested, ordon't recommend this channel or block them or whatever.

[00:15:27] If millions and millions ofpeople stopped watching mainstream media. I mean, we're talking about. Thedivisiveness in America could. I mean, I don't want to say it could go away,but we're talking, we can make it a much smaller thing. And right now, I mean,we're at like borderline civil war type of divisiveness and mainstream media isright at the helm of that with big tech followed closely behind.

[00:15:51] And what's insane to me is howmany people have blamed the current president suggesting that he's a reason forthis divisiveness and this divide. And I think to myself, are you out of yourmind, [00:16:00] if you think that. You're completely ignoring the elephant.That's right in front of your face. The mainstream media is the reason.

[00:16:08] And even if they have goodpoints to attack the president and to be un-American that way and to just makeit a basically us for STEM game and to divide us. They're still responsible forthe divisiveness in this country. And they are responsible for a lot of thecraziness that is canceled culture and SJWs and all this nonsense aroundnonsense and, and the suppression of freedom of speech and sensory and all thiscrap.

[00:16:31] It's unbelievable. The amount ofstuff that's going on in broad daylight, that through a combination of thealgorithms and what the mainstream narrative is and what they support and don'tsupport them and how objective they are, or aren't. It's incredible. Likepeople should be so appalled at what's going on right in broad daylight.

[00:16:48] And instead it's just becomelike, it is what it is to most people and they just don't care or they watchtheir favorite news channel and they say the other one's bad and this one'sgood or whatever. And they just become, they become perpetuaters of theproblem. [00:17:00] They become basically pawns. They become pawns of thisdestructive game that is going on in America.

[00:17:05] And it's very startling to seewhen you take a step back and you look at what's actually going on. So myadvice to everybody is to not watch the news. Don't. Give an ounce of attentionto mainstream media, that would be a start. And then big tech is another topic.I mean, be aware that censorship is going on.

[00:17:22] Uh, yeah, I can't really getinto that right now. It's a long topic, but I highly, highly recommend beingaware of how you use big tech, how you, how be aware of how it's using you, beaware of the algorithms and what it's showing you. And I would say to boththese, whether it's the algorithms, whether it's mainstream media, if you'regetting your worldviews from a screen, That is controlled by a privateorganization, a company, even a public company, right?

[00:17:46] You are becoming fragile if youdon't at least balance that out with seeking out other independent sources ofinformation. And what we see is what, the hundred and 50 million Americans thatvoted, I would [00:18:00] guesstimate that 149 million of those Americans thatvoted. And this is probably a, a, a generous or a conservative estimate, Ishould say.

[00:18:07] I bet you that the 149 Americansvoted based on getting their entire worldview from what they saw or heard froma screen, whether that be their phone or the TV, or I guess the radio too, toan extent. Can you think about that for a second? None of how vote is based onthem reading a bunch of books and going into history of them, understanding thepolitical system of them actually looking at candidates and what they've donein the past.

[00:18:33] Like almost nobody does that.Some people do it, but very few. And that should show you the fragility of theAmerican system in general, the politics in general, but it should also showyou just how dangerous and threatening is mainstream media and big tech. Andthat's all I will say on that. Let's get to one more thing and I'll let you gofor the day.

[00:18:52] All right. So how to deal withhaters and why they hate. So, yeah, it's a very fascinating concept. We havethis negativity bias built into our species. We don't want criticism. We[00:19:00] can have a hundred positive comments on a photo and one troll comeout and say something. And that's pretty much all we can think about as a onetroll.

[00:19:06] It's unfortunate that this isthe case because there's a lot of people online, especially, you know, younggirls that become very sucked into this stuff and they can obsess over it andthey can obsess over their parents and whatever, and it can have realpsychological. I don't want to say, I mean, trauma, yeah.

[00:19:20] Trauma, uh, psychological issuesthat you have to work through and growing up with this your whole life, you candevelop major insecurities and I mean, it's bad. And they actually say thatgirls from the numbers have it worse than boys, because generally when like ayoung girl, for example, gets a phone, she goes right to social media.

[00:19:35] And then she gets stuck intothat comparison game and the toxicity that is social media. Whereas boys tendto like find games and do things like that. And they're not as much susceptibleto the draw of something like social media and they don't. You know, they'reprobably not commenting as much or whatever, but then there's issues with likehalf naked girls on social media and young boys getting into that and itchanging their perception of what reality is and, and sex and all thesedifferent things.

[00:19:55] So there's definitely issues onboth sides. I would say that young kids [00:20:00] until they're fullydeveloped should not have a phone that's probably not ever going to happen, butthat's how I feel. So the thing about haters though, is like, what people don'trealize they're doing is you're, we're all, self-censoring every time we postsomething, we're thinking about how it's going to be received.

[00:20:12] And that's understandable. Veryfew of us can just kind of go out there and post whatever and not really carewhat people think. Especially if we perceive ourselves as having a brand ordoing, like trying to grow our account or whatever, like the algorithm is goingto reward things that get, you know, positive engagement and likes andwhatever.

[00:20:26] And it's just not often that youfind people that come out and just don't care what people think. It's a veryhard thing and you can develop it over years, but. It's just not easy. And sothat's the first thing I want you to recognize you. Self-censor more than youprobably imagine. That's something to be aware of and then what you're actuallyposting, how you do it.

[00:20:45] Right. And how you're trying toappeal to get those likes and the Goodwill and whatever to kind of get thatdopamine spike of feeling good about yourself, because somebody said something.I want you to be aware of how much of a poison drip that is and how dangerousit is and how addicting it is, because that can be a very, very [00:21:00] hardaddiction to break.

[00:21:02] So when it comes to hatersagain, you get 10 comments, somebody loves your stuff, and it's almost like wego on on any post that's even remotely controversial. And we're like trying tofind that negative comment. Like, where's that negative comment? Where's it at?We want to get it. And like, we want to almost feel the pain that comes fromit.

[00:21:17] I find myself doing this quite abit. I find myself looking for those negative comments so I can like respond tothem and whatever. And. I realized that when I'm doing it, I don't want to findit. But then part of me does want to find it. It's a very strange thing. Andit's part of the way that these algorithms and social media in general, justmanipulate your mind.

[00:21:33] So it's something that I'vebecome aware of to the point where I'm trying to not even look at mynotification feed on posts and Instagram, for example, which I think is theheart icon. Like at the bottom, it's like the second to last, it's the thirdone over. And that, which that shows you like comments and replies and thingslike that.

[00:21:48] I find that when I go to thatpart of the app, I get sucked in and I don't feel good afterwards. And I mean,literally think about that, the idea that I do, something that I don't feelgood about, but I feel compelled [00:22:00] to do drawn to do right. Is thatnot an addiction? That is an addiction. And so I'm figuring out ways tocircumvent that.

[00:22:08] So one way I've done it is that.If I leave a comment on an older post, cause I reply to something, I will makeit a point where I won't go back to check any replies. Instead I'll only lookat the most recent photo and I'll go mainly to that post. And then I'll mainlygo to the reply section versus going to my notification area that shows repliesand like, you know, every post that I have, that's one way in which I'vereduced the likelihood to which something's going to pop up, that I'll respondto.

[00:22:33] All right. Now, this is part of,kind of digital minimalism and making sure that you're using these apps in acertain way, whether that is like not going in the newsfeed and, or maybe notlooking at notifications or I don't know, like there's different ways to dothis. Uh, I feel like for Instagram, my ultimate goal is to never scroll thenewsfeed.

[00:22:49] To post what I want to post saywhat I want to say. And, you know, I mean, even kind of have a healthy relationshipwith my DMS and like what I respond to. And ideally, I would say almost never[00:23:00] responding to comments and I like to respond to comments. I like toengage with people. Like I appreciate them when they leave a comment on my postor whatever.

[00:23:05] So this is that tricky thingbecause they're designed in a way so that. It pulls you in, it's designed topull you in. So if check some of those people that are replied to a discussionand it's, you know, it's an orderly, engaging discussion it's worth having, Iwant to see those replies, but I want to also make sure I'm not letting thetrolls infect my brain and getting pulled into those troll fights, which arejust completely utterly a waste of time.

[00:23:28] So when it comes to hatersposting online, it's just some things to kind of consider, I think the firststrategy. Not just related to haters, but how you can, how you respond tonotifications and how you respond to the devices and the apps and how you'reusing them. That's very, very important. Build a conscious plan.

[00:23:47] And try to stick to that plan,try to mitigate the negative effects, try to mitigate the fact that these, thistechnology is literally designed to addict you. And if you haven't seen it, thesocial dilemma on Netflix, which, I mean, you know, there's the [00:24:00] prosand cons to it, but I think it gives you, or it can give you a pretty good ideaof some of the insanity.

[00:24:05] That big tech is and what thebusiness model is and how they monetize you. And it's just really kind of scarystuff. And I do again, think that if we continue on this path and thesealgorithms take over more of our life, that it will be, it will eventuallysurpass the mainstream media as a greatest existential threat to America and tothe human species and without not without, but that's gonna be in the show.

[00:24:28] I appreciate you guys listening.And if there's ever anything I can do or answer or cover, I'm gonna probably bedoing one of these shows once a week, just a solo show and talk about somecurrent stuff. You can send me an email to colin@wildfoods.co. And if youhaven't got on the am, five newsletter, go over to colin.coach, and I will seeyou in the next one, please, that the members of the ancestral mind podcast arenot.

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[00:26:18] Or gets worse, which a lot ofthe numbers are suggesting. It will then you and your family will be protected.A lot of my content for my personal brand has been focused on giving people theknowledge, the expertise, the skills, and just the awareness of some of thecraziness that's going on so that they can protect themselves so that they canfight back so that they can be civilly disobedient so that we can stymie theever encroaching spread of government and of corporate.

[00:26:41] And political agenda. If morecitizens do not stand up, fight back, speak up. There's going to be nothingleft to protect. And I don't like fear-mongering and I'm generally optimisticperson, but 2020 has stressed me out at first. It didn't. But then it did, whenI really saw what was going on. When I read a little bit between the lines.

[00:26:58] And even now the [00:27:00]craziness is continuing and I don't see it letting up any time soon, the massesare too easily manipulated. And so I'm more concerned what's going to happen2021 when the next flu season comes through and another Corona virus isweaponized. And then who knows what's going to happen?

[00:27:12] Travel restrictions, mandatoryvaccines, chipped, and proud of like cattle. People think it can't happen. Theystick their head down, but they did in Mao's China, they did installmentsRussia. They did, and Nazi Germany, and then it was too. And who pays theprice? It's always, always, always the citizens. That are having faith and thatare just hoping things get better.

[00:27:32] They're the ones that always paythe price. So the first thing we can do is protect yourselves and our familyhave a plan B having a escape option, and then we can help others head over tocall my coach, get on the M five newsletter. You'll get all the shows everyweek and you can also find me on YouTube and iTunes or Spotify or Google play.

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