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Glenn has on Amy Nelson, founder of the Riveter, who joins to share her story of when her family had almost $1 million seized by the FBI without ever being charged with a crime. Glenn reads quotes from the World Economic Forum exposing the manipulation of the climate scare to force the Great Reset. Author of “War for Eternity” Benjamin Teitelbaum joins to discuss the Russia controversy and Aleksandr Dugin. David Sacks, founding COO of PayPal and co-founder of Craft Ventures, joins Glenn to discuss ESG scores and their arrival in Canada and America. Mikayla Hedrick, writer for the Glenn Beck Program, discusses her article, “Glenn Beck’s Great Reset advice for dummies,” which shares how to put Glenn’s Great Reset advice into action.

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hello, America, welcome to the Glen Back programme. We're glad you're here very doesn't seem to be justice anywhere. No justice, no peace is what people used to March and say now, if you march and say anything you could get, you could be spending ten years in prison. That's what they're saying the organiser of the Ottawa truckers strike me
ten years in prison and and her crimes do is what again counselling to commit mischief counselling to commit Miss Jim is the crime that she may spend ten years in prison for I'm telling you you think these things can happen here they already are. Yesterday we talked about a family who had all of their income just taken. Their bank accounts just closed down by the Department of Justice, their money taken. They fought it for over two years. Well, the woman that we were talking about yesterday was listening to us and she's on the phone with us now to tell us the whole story. This is not in some foreign country. This is happening right here at Home America Way
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internally and occasionally here on the programme. But it is time for you to really understand this. That's coming up next hour We have We also have the the chinese social score system that is now beginning here in Amerika, an expert on that coming up in our number three and this our. I wanna talk to Amy Nelson. She is the founder of the river, the FBI I seized her family assets without any charges. I got this letter last night Glenn, I heard you mention my family this morning on your show I wanted to and say, thank you for noticing our story, which is almost unbelievable to you ago, Amazon accused my husband of a crime called honest services, fraud.
Although we now know that Amazon lawyers met with the d o J, eighty seven times in fact, to persuade the government to charge my husband with a crime, but no charges were ever filed. None the less. The government seized our money, vs Civil Fort foot forfeiture in me. Twenty twenty, where us getting the money back last week, I'm a trained litigator turned and entrepreneurs, and this experience has been stunning at every turn: Welcome to the programme, Amy Nelson, hello, Amy. I gladly So much for having you bad, I'm I'm sorry. We didn't see your story earlier. We just saw this week and it is horrifying. Horrifying that time. In all the honest, I didn't really even know that civil forfeiture existed before that happens. My family,
it is one of those things that everybody thinks it can happen to them until it does, and it is so unconstitutional and terrifying telling what happened? I really am so my husband work at Amazon Web services for seven years. Amazon web services is the vision of Amazon really the internet settings, that lives in these big warehouses, with server racks and people by what are called instances, server ACT and that the Amazon web services and generate billions of dollars for Amazon every year in bad, some of their biggest client or maybe their biggest client is the government is our intelligent theory aid of a? U S serves the national Thirty, eight! Until you see I to the two billions of dollars every year and gravity Amazon and my husband was supply. He help Amazon web services find real estate to build these data centers, and I'm here
asked aid at S and twenty nineteen in April second of twenty twenty. We got a knock on our door around six. Forty five. Forty five, a dot m, at the time and, the FBI, and that was first time that we learned that a couple months, prior as I had accused my husband of crime called private sector, honest services, fraud, which is depriving private sector, employer of your honor services, from now on, we way way way way. I want to make sure usually Emmi it's it's hard to prove in the private sector and the public sector, it's usually bribery or you're, leaving out information. Your PA fitting on a relationship without telling the other side right. It is usually usually used in the public sector, where you have a politician who they say, took a bribe to captain bill, correct, isn't it
believe it pretty rarely used in the private sector and in fact it you know, it's been pared down very much data. They charge skilling. The sea of Enron with private sector on a service is brought about actually overturned the Supreme Court in it it's hard, hardly the bound the private sector on the servants, a trot, even the statute, there very very what kind of unknown and being shaped their true definitely all over the country by wheat, Amazon had never approve my husband about their allegations. Never asked him about anything. I just want to be the partner So what was it they were saying he was doing so ill with She never see the allegations. Everything remains under feel so either I don't know exactly what Amazon said to the government be under its anyway. It's like stepping back rate for years. We had our money taken and we have no idea what Amazon sad happened.
We're I mean, don't you have a right to face your accuser? Don't you I mean can't know why the government took your money. What awaited I have worked, so you might happen, I've never been charged with a cry, so here they have a right to face the queue there, because you ve never been charged by the Department of Justice with a crime now what about India civil forfeiture, though, It is meant to work is if they take your money via civil forfeiture, and then they do not indict you with a crime. The government has to file a civil law suit against your bank. Account and the bank account as the defendant. Now the government did that here, but there Immediately after the file that civil law, they asked the court to stay, which means to pause the civil lawsuit. Because they said what we can't possibly litigate this, because we have a secret criminal investigation, and so we ve just been We were in a cycle for years where we could see the alley. Shouldn't we couldn't even fight reality. because we didn't know what they were.
This is so evil. so evil. This is the is putting people. This is reversing american justice. You are guilty until proven innocent, it is sick, Is it really is, and I will say it. I have learned through this experience, which has impacted my husband, clear and measurable away impact in my career. I entered his life, but it I could likelier at an immeasurable way as well in America, I very much fear that you are guilty when accused unless and until you can prove yourself innocent, and you have to pay to do that and I think that something we need to consider about our process and I think the other thing glands completely horrifying about this. This is an allegation made by a private companies about the contract related to private employment terms. Can anybody walk into the Deirdre and do that? If I'm Amy, that owns a hardware store, can I walk into the d o j?
they. I believe my inflated acquire the in the Oj Jump Logistics. My word and move. I don't think so I don't think so no, but I don't think so. You know true? The Amazon has an incredibly both relationship, How do you delete- and it's very frightening. How much is this costume spent probably a million dollars in you get that million dollars. They I mean that which they take from you, so they took around eight hundred and thirty. Five thousand. Now they took him most of that from our lawyers. Client trust account. We had send money to return to pay for legal fees and the guy went into our lawyers bank account and took it? How is that possible? I knew I dont know. I honestly, I don't know, but our lawyer, that
are you build a significant and build an adult against the fun and so they re paid our lawyers were they had already belt so that would have you know. I gotta know how we paid for this. At the beginning. And then we My husband and I are inner. Fortieth were professional report, our entire lives, so my husband was able to keep working on. until the allegations became very public, so we are able to keep earning money. I still earning money. an enemy had to sell everything we sold our house wish. We had worked very high for the time came for and where we had planned, We therefore little girls withhold our are we liquidated retirement fine, then we borrowed money frightened and family is, anybody that is talking to you about suing Amazon I think there are a lot of people out there who think we we have a lot of time.
and actually get the Amazon, I can actually tell you learn that we did you Amazon or my husband, other food alibi in Washington State Court and he won. And I'm my husband through the other, so one saying that Amazon did that I haven't mention, is after about lobbying for criminal charges for many months and no indictment or charges have ensued, but Amazon the government had to our money then but I've seen my husband and federal court in Virginia to after they couldn't get video data brings but after they knew that we had no money, they suit him, which is very cruel, and I think, the complete manipulation of the criminal system. What happened to that case, in that case, the Amazon sued, my husband, and then they didn't move their case forward for years. They let it that their until another defendant defended lawsuit, forced Amazon into discovery. So we are now in discovery which, as you know, glad for sharing fact about the allegation.
and argued positions of the Amazon executive may have built a dish and my husband deposition of the Amazon executive, to accuse him at this time will begin. next week actually and these rules transactions at issue were approved by very senior level, the highest level at Amazon and info over them. Interesting rapidly. and I think I'll wear my husband and finally face accuser and understand what happened, but circling back to this lawsuit in Virginia. Amazon made my had been signed, an employment contract that said that they would litigate any dispute and why it'll. Take when I had a man when I have been worked Ramadan headquarters, but Amazon threw out the window and see him Virginia because out,
They were seeking criminal charges, but wait put by. But how is that possible? I mean I have contracts if anything if anybody lit a gates and any of my contracts, it is here in Texas if I lit a gate, it's here in Texas, that's the I mean common. frankly, I think that Amazon things are so big and they have its money that no one can go up against them truly believe Amazon, bad Ninety seven percent of people accused of a federal crime plead guilty because it's terrifying because they can't afford to defend them. because perhaps the governmental usable forfeiture it and then perhaps they will. You know What lobby any other number of threats and in time Billy, I believe, when Amazon Acute may have been of a crime. They just believes. That would be that in that they would never have to prove any facts, because if you plead guilty, you don't have to the accusers. Dont have to prove anything right. There's no trial it'll happen.
Actually explain what happened. So I believe that with the Amazon that when they started this and is a good that right at the good that not because of the truth because ninety seven percent of people plead guilty when accused and am One is represented by a former federal prosecutor who worked in the district in Virginia, whether seeking charges and I can again? Let that former got a prosecutor, perhaps no current problem Peter than Virginia and call them up and ask for some help, but though he sued, might have been feared: Amazon and Washington today for breaching the employee. Contract and he, while the judge in Washington, They said you know I learned first Year law school that if you want to breach charge you can, but that doesn't mean you're not going to pay for it right. So tell me one night, which is great, but I think you know there. other causes of action that I think my husband had against Amazon, so Amy. What People do to help.
We will have your help and I were waiting with battle of elegance examined by an interval court casting an enormous amount of money because Amazon is fighting. Discover either for the losses that they brought an until we have for raising money at a website called Nelson Fight, Amazon, dot com, and we love your help and would also just love. Help interval forfeiture reform it should not be able to take money called a crime without affording someone the ability to fight back Its Nelson's fight Amazon, dotcom, correct, ok, for you Amy. Thank you. God bless please keep us up to be up to date. On this story, I really like to follow it so anything you can share. Let us know next week, William, I well thank you very much like you, Nelson's fight, Amazon, dot com- if you want, you want to help. Ok,
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First of all, oil traders are betting on an ran deal. Apparently, we're very close to a deal with a ran where they'll be able to sell their oil so that, take the pressure off for oil. we out of our minds, understanding the rise of gas prices in the? U S. This is we're ready, This is from the New York Times. This is what they want. You to believe. The cause of your gas prices going up is, steady rise. American consumers have seen the constant or cost of gasoline going up along with many other goods of services sharply, the recent weeks? The role crude oil production gas prices have gone up in part because of fluctuations in supply and demand, demand for oil fell early in the pandemics oil, producing nations caught production, but over the past. here demand for oil recovered far faster than production was restored. Really. Is that what it is additional
actors at play. They must have covered it here. The price of crude oil is only one element: driving up the gas price right comply, with renewable fuels, standards can contribute to the cost. The price, after has increased and labour shortages in the trucking industry, is that Is that what it is There is also this a global energy crunch other time of fuels, including natural gas and coal, are all growing more expensive. Now Gas is shot up more than a hundred fifty percent threatening to raise prices of food, chemicals, plastic, goods and heat this winter and then there is this, the? U S, response to combat soaring prices and their effects on inflation present Biden has a has, as ordered a release of oil from the nations emergency stockpile. He also ass. A federal trade commission to investigate possible illegal contact by oil and gas companies. There's something reporting missing stew. What is it I don't know a good work, Pinochet. What could it be? The
closing down of oil pipelines closing down of drilling the clothes down of of gas and oil. I dont know supply side, yeah that there's a are. I wonder why it's important that you know the facts, so you can tell your friends because that's the garbage they're getting if their reading the mainstream media, and something has changed recently. But it feels to me, like the mainstream media, has completely double down when when Canada can say no bail and possibly a ten year charge for the woman who helped organize the truck her convoying commissioned mischief conventional emission she's charge with commissioning encouraging mischief. That, apparently, is a ten year prison sentence. Nobody
for her, but the day teeth. Member that took his car and ran it into people at the truckers site that way: They kill people, he's out on bail, he's out on bail, and he might face ten months. Things- are changing and they're changing rapidly now told you before about the World Economic Forum, the great reset, but there was something called the great narrative and they asked writers from all over the world to come to do by and write the great narrative. Well, it is out now. And one of the writers and sub stack has? Has reviewed it and it's so concise. I just I want to read it here in Recognising the end of covert mania, the great merit is attempting to remind to keep us on the edge. It's a grand call to take sweeping action to fight the climate emergency view.
Klaus Schwab's credentials elite, it real Listlessly hammers home the apparent necessity of taking dramatic turn Nickel measures too, intervene in the climate and by intervening in the climate. He means radically rearranging every nation on earth by imposing a totalitarian, global governance order telling you people This is coming in its coming faster than you can imagine according to Schwab. The world must rapidly be transformed according to the designs of the technocratic elite, and we must adopt the. Ideas and policy preferences of fifty hand picked narrators interim you'd for his book, who he describes as global thinkers and public intellectuals short describes the great narrative as a book that goes beyond the realm of theory, and serves as a call to action. We quoting we adopted
view that as they recover from the pandemic and embark on a path to radical and accelerated change, radical accelerated, change our societies and economies should be attuned to the needs of our global commons. He entertains a variety of ideologies and political perspectives there, as well Group of people who are to be dismissed whole cloth. That group is individuals and groups that don't buy into the climate narrative Schwab. not hide his disdain for disdain for these rogue actors, who he notes with disgust, are largely located in the United States. accordingly Schwab. The enemies of his new world order include nationalists populists individualists, Those who support free markets, this that's the guy who's, bringing you the great Reset Schwab describe
this cohort of supposed Eve doers as conspiracy, theorists who was, possible for all the world's ills these? visuals prop up quote anti science movements that prolong the waning of covert nineteen pandemic. He writes adding that is group is quote this group hindering both public health and, more fundamentally, our ability to move forward in unison, end quote: nudge shove, shoot He says the aid needs to be kept on the prize, and there is no time to waste climate action, quoting sustainability, inclusive eighty glow. Cooperation health and well being are the most important issues to address in our times quote now.
Moving right away and decisively would render our a biosphere so hostile, as too did rail, global economic growth and further endangering political and social stability. We page after another, the World Economic Forum, chief showcase. The climate agenda. Climate change is the quote greatest collective action problem we ve ever been confronted with. Humanity is never faced and in that endeavour, more complex, ambitious and far reaching than a, setting the collapse of our ecosystem and stabilizing the climate and quote Klaus, also shows off his unbelievable god, complex as if frequently reminds the reader of is impaired. In apparent unlimited technocratic faculties, he keenly reveals that he believes his group of colleagues have deity like powers and that one they unite their over
oh expertise. These technocrats, once in charge of all of us, can bring about unfair sedated happiness and order. He can sitters quote inequality, particularly on the financial side. It is of the utmost importance, rather than create opportunity for the masses. He prefers a system of state control. which would, in his view, quote reduce demonstrations and Local unrest Schwab these co author advocate for a new social contract and propose a variety of solutions that will help the climate agenda forward? He advocates for the consolidation of global central banks, around climate action, ignore a this transition period may be brutal to some. They admin eight for the harnessing of economic productivity through nature, based solutions,
discuss the advent of the bio economy or targeted destruction of reliable energy. forcing people to eat alternate food. Oh team sources, I e beans and bugs Another solution is that of climate engineering. I am not making this up, such as walking out the sun in an attempt to manipulate global temperatures. Klaus Schwab, Montgomery Burns. I now this is the great narrative this is the great reset, if you don't know about it, please get my book. The great reset it is available should be on book shelves. What's the date today, twentieth twenty second twenty third priority should be on bookshelves again this week, if not next week,
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said before I think the great reset will be studied for before decades afterwards, in a hundred years from now, they will look back and go. That was genius. I admire it, because it's genius is so complex and so well executed. I admire it. I thought Kids Eve all, but I gets genius Donald Europe is not saying yeah, I'm glad he took it. He saying look at what he's done low what he has done here has just taken two of these by walking in and saying I'm a peacemaker he's the tables I can't take it, any more lair, Larry, O Donnell, said yesterday. Twitter what would make a Russia of the russian oligarch Putin Smart, his weak, education,
Our colleagues in russian experts who challenges they gang. Has he had any valuable learning? Experience is anywhere else in the world and see what he saying he's not an elite. He and gone to the best finishing schools. Kgb finishing school year is road, even if it had been a care. How does I'm so sick of this every lucky's he's using state strategically doing this now look he's he's trying to justify an invasion, but he's put it often a position now that, if his goal the beginning of this was just to get these two regions is already done it. It's it is not know- and I think it's united escalate from Here- but if he wanted to just get a win here and bearing the West Big, it stop right. Now,
I'm gonna give you a deeper look on Putin and what is happening all around the world, including America, with guy I've? I've talked to now for over a year. I think he's one of the only guys that truly gets what's going on over there and here in Amerika. You want to understand what it is doing. Learn, Novo. Russia will explain: After the news at the top of the hour disease decline back protein Ok, let me tell you about american financing american financing. You need to start focusing on your debt shore up all of your financing save money wherever you can cut costs wherever you can? There's lots?
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The guy who I think is bought on an done his homework on a very difficult topic? The fourth, political theory, Alexander Dugan. We see with beaten speech. What is he really after in sixty seconds We can all agree that the public education system in this country has gone completely off the rails. Even when school boards and teachers aren't trying to wedge woke ideology into your children's head, heads and drive a wedge between you and your children They are still operating in an outdated in reductive way, king to shape our children into a single uniform type of person, rather than giving them the freedom to discover their own interest and develop their abilities in different ways,
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he is the author of war for eternity. He is also associate professor at the University of Colorado, bolder normally, I would say morning just from just from the book, and that is a professor at the University of Colorado. Bolder. However, I've talked to Benjamin several times over the last. I think it's the last year. Maybe it's been longer than that, He is watching something and very concerned about something that I am concerned about and is the influence of traditional ism as really defined by Alexander Dugan. A very Very dangerous guy who is actually calling for Armageddon? He is actually believes that, that's the thing that's going to solve. All our problems I guess it away he's right, but think the way he's trying to pull together better,
when can I call you banner Benjamin, everywhere. We this more. Thank you very much. I know we ve talked about doing this show for a long time and we may have to cut this institution and then maybe even a pod cast as well, but I I want you to let's start with Putin. Speech And what he said that think only a few people really can pick up on that no. What Alan, who Alexander Dugan, is in what his plan is so tell me What we learned from Putin Speech, if you listen to me in the morning again glanced pleasure, believe using that whole speech You could come away from thinking that this is all about dry policy decision making on his part. He spent a lot of time talking about the economy of Ukraine,
the time talking about the history of the Soviet Union, the communist parties of the policy decisions that he thinks what they made wrong. It be corrected, but the very beginning of that speech he said something almost impassable? Yes, would I think go by unnoticed for for a lot of listeners levies. He said that you can Indians and Russians have a spiritual, bon Dieu up there and that that tells me that should tell of observers the acuteness thinking into is, is motivating himself into ways. There is this again, this dry almost a technical problem. He based discussion, the motivation is try to to push for the russian people disabled. have to do this because NATO's gonna cut your borders, Ukraine, perhaps has nuclear ambitions. We have to deal with that, the other the other piece, though is that Russia has a sort of spirit
a mandate to collect it lost children and United Self the populations around the world that are its natural kin, that that is what, what kinda to me as I hear this, and that is what also makes this particular wage that we're dealing with today, actually about topic for much bigger. Corn tractable, I would say as well. Ok, so let's talk about Dugan and just define traditional is, and this is something that, if you If you read the fourth political theory it there are times that you will read it and go yeah. I kind of agree with that, because I think this is what breaks it about is about. I think this is what Canadians feel. I think this would some Americans all over the world people are feeling like hate? You know I'm french and
I think, Francis pretty great and I'd like to be french, and I'm not embarrassed about France. Sir thing with brakes. If they want to be british, it's this feeling that we are being told that our traditions and our country. Is not good, not doesn't have anything special about it and people are pushing, Back on that all of us traditions are our being threatened. That part of his definition of traditional ism is I think something that connects with. But all around the world, but that's not What it means correct. it's just a small piece of it, and sometimes you know, were exploring ideas, details matter, yeah Have you can have a sort of doctrine that that is appealing and allowed, such as, but a small detail can turn to some extent a stirrup. So when when Putin is referring to, the spiritual
mandates of of Russia that connect him with comment, russian philosopher, cut mysterious mandate. Anna political operative made Alex undertook he is associated itself with a philosophy. Traditional as some other traditional school, it asserts that time does not in the linear fashion, that is to say we're not the silly progressing forward and in a clear direction, but instead it moves. cycles and most for the time society is degrading, save for one moment when there is a talk olympic explosion and destruction of a social world, and we are born into a golden age. Is that last That is better so so key here, because when you look at history in the way that that these traditional do their camp, justification for Armageddon, as you put it for destruction mass, just totalled and complete chaos, yes, as as
as a sort of prelude to a golden. do utopia that we're gonna be reborn into. That's that's what happened the pushing features, that is what is paired with this I'd say it's Malta traditional isn't that you were referred to earlier people wanting to to preserve it. And conserve Valley identity, about this, this apocalyptic aspect of the ideologies but a distinguishing. This was I will tell you that Ben, I have talked off the air and I've wanted to do this show for a while, but I have waited until I see people are in the right, frame of mind to understand it? I this is one of the most critical things that we can and learn about, especially those of us on the right, because This is how you will know if there is a troublemaker in your midst.
because a lot of people will here some of this stuff and go yeah. That's me too,. That's not what they mean and they have a different vision. Of the future. So it's the plea listen to what we are talking about here. It go is way beyond Russia, but look stay in Russia for just a just a couple, more minutes what is Novo Russia, but no one about disappeared. This would do him. Way of describing please eastern territories, Ukraine that are breaking out. Apparently it have been recognised as independent states, people's republic by Putin, Dude, in referring to them as New Russia, expansion in improved in the past has bought that language from this is gonna get philosopher. It's me,
two about to use that at Remy Crimea was really a Dugan plan? Wasn't it absolutely I mean is it was once more piece of a duke and bright eyes, to catch you listen to them. After the followed them The union? Does this philosopher after them The Red Union fell apart. He wanted to see nothing the Bible of communism. the communist state, but a russian nationalism that would expand almost too to the exact boundaries of the former Soviet Union, but do so not carrying this secular ideology, but instead of relief The russian NASH. Was an federalism and all of those states that started move out of the russian Sphere, Georgia. The Baltics Ukraine. All those in his mind were targets to be brought back in and it was imperative that Russia do it forcefully decisively to escape
about restore american and liberal democratic ideology in the world and it was important. Said about me there to show that liberalism that Creasy lower case, though with Eliza was not the fate of the open, attract those those territories needed to imagine a different future for themselves, a future that returned in his bed to their roots. Rather than looked, were to a different future, and it is the same kind of thing in a way that that that hit were used faith. people he used all differ, faith. It wasn't just Christiana, he destroyed those faith says he went in, but do and is using faith and that's why that spiritual element because Ukraine, plays a very important part for Eastern Orthodox, Deanna right. It is the spiritual I don't know
centre? For that? Isn't it is one of them for sure it is it also a sort of mythological centre for the the origins of the russian ethnicity and state as well, We have been worse Gazette, that's exactly what Hitler was doing with all of the other religion, since he was tying you is tying all these myths together, the screen you know you look at the Union of religion at national and at that you start to find yourself in a place where your state acts, as though it has it my mandate, and that is a dangerous place to be surprisingly, perhaps across Europe s nose what we say that one of Dickens Ideal states in the world today is IRAN, because there you have a union Of state power with religious authority and the ability, really the justification for anyone in that state to question the actions of the government is shackled because
if you do that, you are questioning religious authority, that's not allowed to be questioned, so this is all at all. This goes too two as a celebration of authoritarianism, a way to equip the power of the state, or a demagogue with greater cultural. listen to to military and economic and political power. I want to talk about the fourth political theory. If you can define what it is, I also want to do one more thing: a stop on Putin. Does he is he the lunar Putin or the solar Putin, which will understand wit? What is his real game here? and then I want to bring it home to America, which is extraordinarily important. Or all Americans, but especially those on the right and will give you that information here in just a second
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what he is. What is the fourth political theory for you this is the challenge. Lando fibre is if the without attitude and speaks about a fourth political sphere, his speaking about an alternative to the other three May western ideologies that that fought throughout the last century, say. Liberalism before lower case, though it's it's me, no one, american sure, liberals, we think democratic party, but never really just talk about free market democracy Rights of individual rule and Canada being a second one and fascism be absurd. Dunes belief was was that it is an liberalism or to combine forces to kill the third political theory. Fascism, and then we will. The first political theory
out communism to die of old age, essentially with us with the Soviet Union, but dude the signal turn it to all of these, one that, you might say fuses elements of the second third of communism and fascism in his mind, the danger globalism. Everyone lower case, the little democratic world is is its wealth and individualism and its contempt for history. Its devotion to part progress in the belief that we are ready or something to be. for carbon escaped and also its will towards globalization and building larger modred motor communities what he wants to see is a world that is shrunken basically in its scope. And where the identity of your group or your tribe becomes the primary object of political activism, that is to say, not be individual
As a liberal, I thought the classes of communism and not to raise procedures, fascism, but slightly would say related concept, which is the He s nose, or this or small community or the tribe to see, that works on preserving those differences that that's what a fourth political courage, be doing at it should be, in his mind, opposed to progress approach to development. Instantly opposed any any larger state, like the United States operating on the global sphere, so you can hear that and say. While I see pieces of that from both the right and the left and you know I see a new world order being shaped like that, except he wants to destroy anything, global
He also wants to destroy the United States, and I think there is some others. It would like to do that and they are using some of those tactics. So is the United States any half way towards? realizing this goal has two: it has by go through the distress. The United States, at least at least of U S global hydroponic power occasion to say that if the United States were were worked for we contained within within it. borders and its ideals never ever spread a place else throughout the world, and perhaps we can coexist. But it's about It's about containing! U S, power or forty five seconds before the break. Tell me is he: is Putin operate Do you think in in Ukraine more under that or on just a quick busy
capitalist. I just want money and I'm gonna get those ports. I tell you, I think, that has been speaking, simply makes it seem like the business like estimation of Ukraine is in order to start an excuse to do what you want to do which is expanding. Its russian state. Ok, good That's good news! Now we're gonna turn to America Ray really important that you listen with an open mind on this next decline. Back programme I am very hopeful that dino trucks on my farm that I will drive and drive and drive and care what they look like. I don't care if the doors literally fall off really don't. I just want the engine to work and I wanna be old, put stuff in the back and haul it from one place to another upshot is this from time to time I have to get them repaired and that's why have car shield to cover the cost of those repairs, whether your car
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but they're not today There is a big thing in the news that Donald Trump loves, Putin he's Jesse just said he was a genius. Well, I to tell you, I think he is due as a chess player, I he is a genius and That is the way Donald Trump sees potent. I Oh I've talked to him off air about it. He believed. He is a genius chess player. And he is working the system and he knows how to work things that doesn't mean You love him or your rooting for him. you're seeing the game being played, so There is admiration and there's love. There is a traditional ism that when I say that word, ninety nine point: nine nine nine percent of this audience, has in their mind what I always had lower.
A traditional ism, and then there is upper case. Traditional ism, Donald Trump, I dont believe knows anything about traditional ism, but. One of his former advisers and a guy that Trump kicked out. Steve Bannon knows everything about it. I've talked to Ben Title bomb several times about Steve Ban in and about uppercut traditional ism, which comes from this race, guy in russia- and its very confusing most people don't know it. They'll hear ban and talk about traditional values, etc, etc, and they will associated with something else he is an upper case. Traditional ism, then type title bomb is with us. Now he wrote the book. The war for eternity. Welcome back then put you be what they
do. I have that right, but I just said. Absolutely, I think, is Some of the ideas that were talking about people would be excuse, I think, for associating them with with much more familiar, let's say: conservative Right Wing Valley. In the? U S wrecked small remains, but say a new opposition to international over international interventionism. Even the tense amendment could be traditional value that uppercut traditional list- would would be for get up into a smaller group, yeah right You have to imagine it instead, the sea to see what is distinct about that These ideas that were were focusing on here, but you have to imagine all those principles driven to an extreme that you'd ever imagine draft. you have to think about yeah matches
its rights, but perhaps even breaking up state from the smaller groups and completely eliminating the federal government altogether. coordination between compared to the United States. absolutely no international presence whatsoever, taking no thought for our position in the world. That's where we are in the distinction. It might seem like it's just a matter of degree, but some some of these differences. Some of these details, which are so important, were speaking about entirely different animal altogether. Yet because again, your book is called war for eternity and this is played on a spiritual level and he asked the calls for the end of the world. As we know it, I mean I don't think, there's much difference between his philosophy and the philosophy of those who call themselves twelve hours. That belief
If that they can hastened the return of the promised one by creating chaos. Yes, it is, it really is. Now that there is not much of a difference between the two of them, where their third, there quite close and its in this instance, we're talking about someone who we're talking about figures who have power who, Or are so foreign to our ways of thinking that we might not recognise an indirect Glenn when I click on your shoulders wanting you send you the concern laureates I'm coming from the original cholera, bolder, there's gotta be so many differences between us but You realize how much we probably share with each other and who hear and see about the hours a ban, as did you like, where do you like the bill of rights? Yes, sir good- let's move forward quickly- that's really are politically our political una if
if you will fight for my freedom of speech, all fight for your freedom of speech, good everything else is is secondary to that, and I think we better get too that union pretty quickly here and I'm sure we, even if we look at it and slightly different ways. We also even the rights and the dignity of the individual. Yes do you know it might be. Definitely, but that that simple principle that consume cub bore I think our conversation because we all actually agree on it. That is contested by people. a lot of power in and and they also. Some of these figures do not believe that our idea can exist in the world on its own. They see it as a sort of parasites that, if it exists here, it will ten, surely spread everywhere and therefore it has to be continued at far back on all possible front. That is what we are potentially dealing with in Russia, especially for if we ever less businesslike or ideological Putin at the helm
tell me a little bit about the fourth political theory. He he talks about modernity, and Really the he wants to take us back to a time for we were modern. What does that mean? That means a time when we did. not necessarily look to the future as as way to approve our lives. really that improvement of society was not in itself. Self evident value. Look to a time when we would not you re the contributions of the individual, value for irrational thinking. Now you democracy, as as it is potentially a new political model that could end it. To shape the societies that we live in, I'm all about reaches out about think globally
not think about our relationships with with is it not also- and this is key- for a lot of Christians, not think about, universality of values up. One of the messages of Christianity, of course, has been the universal service. For humanity, but that that godfather it is equally available and equally relevant to all human beings on this planet that underlines even evangelical impulse, of course, that in in the eyes of these traditionalists is inherently modern intrusion or else intercede in Christianity that has to be resisted and that we need instead to be closing, sought off now think and global, and not thinking universally, not thinking individual Stickley or in terms of progress at all that that's modernity to these thinkers and what? What needs to be
fought against when, when you said that the fourth cycle theory is something that really combines the strength of nazi fascism in communism. I'm trying to think with those strengths were beside totalitarianism, just brutal live my way, or else we, I believe we be overwhelming force of the state, but for for these thinkers. What but the state tends to represent its, not just a powerful desktop. Instead, it is a manifestation of the collective and that the opposite, the individual. Let's say about that: your political life, your cultural, your social life, needs to all be oriented around the collective whereas communism focused focus its efforts on Unclasped community, You know who, how much material wealth you haven't? You not have your relationship to production for for the fourth political,
It is about religious, slash, sure communities, that's where everything needs to be oriented? There may not be a problem. Public consideration for individual will and divergence on an individual level, so that that's what we, these things going together, Ben. I would like to invite your back I and we have to look at our schedules and see what we can do it, but you know, is early. tomorrow, but next week I like you to show this inaction, because people will say I've heard it. They don't he's. This is a crazy crackpot theory from a guy in Russia, yadda yadda it is, it is global and financially sound and. it infects all kinds of movements, all over the world that are legitimate people saying you know I want to be English. I don't hate Europe, I just
I wanna be English and I'll be part of Europe and in fact, those movements and The media has it all wrong they're, just their demonizing every body and I don't know which are the good guys and which are the bad guys. So can you come back and show it inaction abroad? and here absolutely absolutely. I would I would be happy to go and it's it's a part of the reason. The challenge of the topic is that we have to ask. You is twenty two. The couple ideas in there At the same time, I know you're viewers can do that. I'm very, very sorry that the mainstream media does always allow that, but we have to see room for criticism of of there was an end for but say american expansionism without military and the fact that complete we closing ourselves off regressing is not a good idea. He asked
and I think it's also, I think, the bigger hurdle for our audience may be. but Don T and lower t traditional ism. That's where I think most people will get confused Is it plays right and I mean I know. I've read the book and the first pages I'm because I knew who he was I was letting myself experience it as a reader and noticing when I was gone yeah. I agree with that. Agree with that, but it's nice What he means it had to be And that's the secret, so there Thank you very much welcomed the boy you got we'll talk again soon. Benjamin title bomb, the author of war for eternity. We she ate him coming on and being as diligent in his work as he has been, God bless, back in just a second, it's important to realise that change for the better start, with you. What are you doing
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feel sorry for those who watched the mainstream media and get their new solely from them. I really do They are going to be so shocked when all of this stuff happens, and they won't know why. they don't know why gas prices are going up. They think it's because of Russia know that as a part to do with it, but Bigger part is Policies of this administration that shot everything down on day, one care not to mention a told me think cash look at all the stuff, their keys NOME with Russia thing, for example, out well rush hour. You know he's he was kind of a genius you rightly you look at this in context, and it's like how I would talk about Tom Brady. Rightly yeah he's he's really his greatest quarterback of all time. I can't stand up but he's the greatest quarterback. A grudging, respect for the way he's playing chess. As you pointed out, I don't
Donald Trump has a begrudging respect for important as a player he looks at Putin and his like that? Guy gets done I don't agree with him and he wouldn't have gotten it done if I were playing against him, but he a great player of the game? You know that's how you would look at someone we give them. You have. two. There has to be a level of respect. You give a an adversary that if you don't understand that there good at playing this game, you wind up playing it like Joe Biden, is playing into every right Biden. Stance here was he doesn't want me to be President Putin. Does want me to be present, because it was all go Toto tall with them? That's That's what I tweeted. I know, and you know, and nothing could be further from the truth. He was real yeah see Joe Biden elected here I mean come on, it's it's it. There is no respect for Biden from Putin.
Putin does not look at binding go. Oh, that's a tough adversary. He knows the game were pink its total joke and any in that total joke is party. because no one is seemingly in the administration or on the left under stands, how good Putin is at this game and let's not forget that Joe Biden went on national television and told Bladder Putin and the world that if minor incursion would probably cause a lot of division within NATO and we might probably wouldn't do anything about it. I mean yes, they buy. often it later on. But this is a typical Joe Biden gaff to just blurt out. What he's been too king about in his private meetings, they all we knew this was reality blurted out in a loud all this to happen. So if Putin stops right here, what are they going to do about it? The answers nothing.
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To send you to do I, but it conditions your ability to access the economy at the end, the benefits aside, conditions that on having the courage to use on having the acceptable view yeah. You know what a just insurer do. He declared via the gay that these protesters had unacceptable views and then he proceeded to freeze their bank accounts and to shut off anybody here. I pay tribute to them. Tat is really terrifying. The wave the way he said you know we're gonna work. down their accounts, order to close the off ramps for Bitcoin. It's not them, but its anybody who donated to them or quote helped them by that anybody any. But anybody who was quote indirectly, directly or indirectly involved in the protest was now subject to this. This law in the
the universe, emergencies that he invoked without really proper basis, Anyone who your political provided property to hope to celebrate the protests cannot be swept up in the dragnet answers, not just if you're say You don't want the organizers of the protest, but if you're you know a little grandma, so where'd you wanna, get you twenty five dollars so that you know a trucker, really a poor, destitute trucker can buy a hot meal or some fuel to keep themselves who freezing at night is your entire make that donation- you can still be swept up in this and you can have your bank account frozen and when, We have often about it- is not just the sun precedent extension of eating an abiding liability, but also that a retroactive that your grandma who made the cards
You should try, she did. It was completely legal and yet, under this order she can now have her account frozen as punishment, and so would it. What is the point of this? It is to signal and there's gonna, be a chilling effect in the future that, even if you make a completely lost all donation to a political cause. If that gives us insurer doesn't like that, caused the peeping. Sarah cortical unacceptable views that he has the power that he can invoke the power at some point, the future to freeze your bank account, even though what you does legal today, that is the present have created and, as a result of that, must be a chilling effect on political dissent or big time. They're they're Malino also including insurance companies. I mean he took them. licence away their licence to do business there, trucks away their insurance away, there, there banking, having them debate and then said, even when this is over banks, my
want to consider not doing business with these people. So basically, I mean they're lepers, absolutely ass. Absolutely I mean they're really creating act by taste of of. Untouchables bearing Canada. I mean, like you, said there they're, telling your trucks are complex, giving them the mayor of Ontario even said: let's fell off these talks. We feed them tell them all for their use them to pay. I built they want to give these guys no records. They can never work again that taking away their insurance it take away the regulatory vices the end, then, on top of that, because any body who helps them, who contributes to them can themselves now be frozen no one's going to help them to avoid what happens to those people. David, what happens to them? You cut peoples, you cut peoples, money off you eat.
how do you survive? There are a group of destitute and desperate people. And you have two wonderful what I mean the covert pandemic, is on the way in this area and even ass. Just U Trudeau was invoking these emergency powers a number of the provinces were ending coded man. They think out the message you never got. The message is this extreme intolerance I you know I I have news for you, though David I know you know, even if it was waning, I mean I watched keep my Wall Street, I was in New York during Occupy Wall Street, as long as you're, not breaking the law or destroying property you you have a right to do that. I never said we should sweep those people up. That's craziness, that's craziness, and I would be even stronger on the people I disagree with. I should fight for their right more than my right, because who
MIKE for mine exactly it actually about the right of the people to be able to to engage them, then sweets and political expression in support of the light protesting. About men, and these were almost entirely peaceful protests. There was no violence and yet Trudeau insulate denounce all the protesters as basically being terrorised. You know about that: yeah Batley, which allowed them to apply these anti terrorist laws? you're too, please or very tell the most extreme forms of the most the powers of the Dublin has wished to act or terrorist threats were thereby invoked to really go out, are these ordinary working class men and women?
we're talking to David sacks he's the founding c c, o o of pay pal, and he is warning about the coming social credit system that is in Canada, and do we have time to stop at here? You know one of the things David that I found even at as shocking is the fact that and there was a hacker- who went in hacked took all of these names docks everybody the media, publish them and started humiliating them. and pilfering them in public. That's right, had real consequences. There was a owner of a Gerardo Sharp who was exposed and, having made a small contribution to the protesters that they got some pressure to shut down their shop. There was low level of government employees who donate a hundred dollars. You have fired from her job because a bat though there's been real reprisals
on that happen. You know I'm old enough to remember when social media as the reason they wouldn't published, but that that they would surpass the hunter by stories for the election that killing Hath material rang with it will. Is that all the implemented today right? This was this- was illegally obtained material in the press has reported that Sudan did. You know, I don't know if you're up on e s g, but that is that's what Trudeau has done without the emergency order if you are fall out of line with e asked- orgies you're going to be de banked, or you will start to feel the heat of the banking and financial and insurance system far away from this system. Are we to have a true credits? Or do you see this happening? sooner rather than later, and what do we do to stop? It was
My concern is put at the end of the day. Are not a canadian and you know I watch with scientists. What's happened, over there, but only if it can be up to date to govern themselves. What I'd mostly concerned about is the precedent that your dough has said that progressive here in Amerika might look too and implement and less identify the elements of the ingredients of this toxic stew that already exist overeager First of all you ve got bigger companies like my alma mater paper, have been freezing accounts based on we are working with partisan political groups to shop. You bought a financial system that practice is already taking took place jacket you ve got emergencies in states like California, where I live, where the governor is still operating under a state of emergency has invoked emerging powers that never seem to end, even though we just had a super bowl, where thirty thousand people
sitting about elbow without any basayev, responsive emergency bird. We have recently the Department of Homeland Security has now defined This information about the man or the election to be a contributor to the tourist trot levels, in other words and misinformation. In their view, the tribute to terrorists, so we have now all the ingredients where you are politicians. Invoking faked save emergencies, you ve got bigger company shining through our political system, and you ve got this very scary and dangerous redefinition tourism to effectively apply to domestic politics. the site, so you have all the ingredients there that, just yesterday, I was able to seize on all you're really lacking. Is the emergency necessary to invoke those powers, so that is why, in the freight off, if I see all the presidents coming to
other, but we have one thing in the United States that kit Canada's inhabited the rich constitutional tradition. We have the protection under the constitution, and so I am hopeful that austrian court would protect us against an authoritarian attacking our liberties. This way, however, there are many. In our political system, who want to pass this report as it stands today, what would happen if this report were packed it it would water down these rights and liberties of production that we have. I think this is an issue that supersedes all others. You know any political candidate who gives support to Pakistan court should and finally rejected, I think by everybody across political spectrum and furthermore, I would say you know finally, has the scottish pact coming up the Republicans and says you're sure committee should make this topic number one. What do they think about the use of these authoritarian powers? These fix it?
We'll see us here from them. You know, I don't think about Israel to stop the scottish pact, but let's put him on the record and and discuss this issue. are there any other people that have this point of view. That is, therein, your business there in tat coming. It feels like as the average person it feels like. We are just up against this monolithic monster. Yeah, I'm glad it's rather scary. I mean I'm deftly now wire in the in the tech industry in I've been involved in the tech industry for over twenty years, The first of the founder now as investor- and I can tell There are other people who do share to one degree or another, my concerns about civil liberties, and I think it does extend across the political spectrum. However, they definitely feel intimidated into silence. They believe that they'll be reprisals for speaking out, and so I would say
like I'm not alone in my views, but there are too many people speaking out in an that's, that's pretty scary, and not that you would care this point? But if you have you pay the price for it, you know not that. Not that I can tell I mean I would say I mean I'm a minute, but here's the thing was I'm at a stage of my career young, where I don't have to worry about it. You know I never made another time. Frankly, I be fine for me, speaking out is the most important thing, you know, if it costs me some day, I dont know about then so be it. But so far I've been I've, been fine, and you know what I'm trying to do up precisely on this part- has probably all in part with a few friends intact. We are one of the main reasons why spoken out is to show people that you can't speak out, and
They should have a look at your courage and doing so because I don't think the majority of people across Europe constitute the spectrum and want to see our civil liberties or road it. This way. I think it is a bipartisan issue, certainly for the Publicans independence and I'd say even many Democrats, but there is a hard political left before the progressive left that is driving all spend. One of the reasons why the successful a driving this is because moderates will not dare to afraid to speak out a hose. yeah. Well, I don't think it's already, but they are guided the agenda or speak out against it and is really a very hypocritical agenda because These people, you gotta Trudeau. His self deception is completely at odds with the reality. Any he claims you say when democracy preserving democracy, even as he is invoking authoritarian powers, he claims to be the
under the little guy of the working class and the disadvantaged while pushing these poor working class truck drivers under the threshold of his government. They claim to be undecided. Diversity Lawrence while insisting that is only one example, point of view and Answering all the altars. This misinformation, so you'll, be hard. Progressive laughed is completely hypocritical. I dont think most people supported by their priority unopposed right. Alex so afraid to speak up David. Thank you for speaking out. Thank you for being on the programme. I hope I hope we can have you on again. God bless you and, in all things, you're doing right now, Davidson ex founding c of Pay, pal founder and general partner of craft ventures. If you see what he has invested in, He is on the cutting edge and God bless him.
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she's here to kind of walk through some of these things. Yeah. So I think I wrote them, because I am perhaps for all of your good. reset advice- I am perhaps the worst person to take most of it because most of its financial and that's what confuses me the most. So I wanted to see, if I can do it blue anyone can do it. If you can put your mind to it, an eye Glenn. I sit and listen to you, and I try to take your advice because I want to make things better. I want to do the right thing, but then there are so many things to do. I find myself doing nothing, so I thought which it away these things one at a time and see what can I do? So the first thing he did was first thing I did with such a local bank, which we talked about last week, but first thing I had to do going to find out why one is do any of this, because Goin back,
hold me to wasn't sustainable good for you. I had to figure out. Why do I personally want to do this not took a while, and I had to write out for myself and say what is my motivation, because if not I'm gonna hit walls and goin back, isn't gonna be talking. We constantly- and I know what do I want for my life. What was your? Why forgetting in changing Manx fortune? Jim Banks, my wise, when I saw what happened in Canada, was fun. Push me over the edge. I thought. Oh, it's a could really happen. They they froze their banks and then I looked into Wells Fargo, whose I was banking. When I've been vague, those my only bank I've ever had as well as far go, and I can bank really easily online with them in its it's easy right. I looked it well Fargo and I googled wells. Fargo Road economic forum will googled wells. Margo! Yes, g, woe! yeah and they have its full Of even they say they want to have a net zero.
But only thirty right, that's not possible. I know that's our possible, which means, I know that their just towing a global line that is solver. You signalling. I want my money with those people, so I had to switch so how did you are? How did you find that a job that task how do I find that task task to be simpler than the other tasks it was about the simple you ask for me once I knew what to look for it had to call the banks. I talked about this last week that I had to call the banks and say you have a connection to a bigger bank have a connection, DS, G scores, and that would take some time, but once I got through, they were honest with me and I was able to find out bank by Bank by bank. Who can I act? bank with and I was lucky. I found a couple that I can actually banquets, so you ve put in your list talk with your family. Why? Because have a husband- and I I you that if we didn't want to do this together, when it be sustainable good for you and I
I think that there is a lot of temptation when you feel. I feel that I am the information carrier of our family, because I work here- and I listened to you every day, and I feel that I am the going back of my home, though bringing the alarm the sounding the alarm group and for everyone here, the insane person in your home one. I think, a lot of people listening, probably are the Glen backs of their home and that that might feel kind of isolating and it's good to have a team. You want people who are all working together if you go, if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together and I'm gonna go far, not founded, you did he free with you right off the bat or did he was he like normal people? That's raising Never call me crazy, he's very nice to me, but I never see bless yo. He definitely said prove it in. That was useful good. He said prove it he's like What what's the real threat here, I don't understand everything seems fine. It looks fine, show me and
to show him. I could. I just tell him the world's falling apart I'd say: look, here's the research, I've done it. I printed out whom I highlighted it and he We do know it for himself and wants you dead. He was on board and he's easier Agri said great husband, love him, but So what was the next thing? You did kind legislators- and I was hard- So I used to be a secretary for a legislator, so I know that most those calls get ignored. So when I hear you say, Collier Legislator, another specific things you have to do when you go to call your legislator, for example, in ireland- access now- and I went to see. What is I wanted to talk anti DSG legislation legislation, for example, I wanna taxes to pass that first thing to do is look up what they have cuz. If you call you dont know your information, that's the first way to get ignored, so if you can Ok, I want to know I want you to pass a anti. Yes, you are well taxes could turn around and say we already passed one but Did it really? They passed one that just protects certain industries you're right, but You don't know that then you to say. Oh thanks by
have to know so I called me say: hi. I saw that in the past you have passed and anti aunt. Yes, you legislation that only covered certain industries, I'm interested in covering me and a normal citizen. What is the say you're going to do to support that and the thing that I also know, as you can't just call the one that you are don't for. You have to call the one will be most sympathetic to your cause and the one you are sold for, because the one you are zoned for Asia. Going to it there. I know they will ignore your call. They were ignore your call. They will ignore your email. The best thing to do is either blitz them, so they can ignore it, which I think that the Glen Back listeners do very well is a blitz, but if not, you need to call the person you think will be sympathetic to you. How do you find that person? Why I was looking at all the local legislators and I found somebody who was called like the the action
both conservative voice- and I thought, ok, we'll start here and you can see their voting. You can see how they voted in the past. You can see what they run on. A minimum doesn't mean that they will necessarily be who they say they are what if they say I'm far left, leaning socialist, probably know about anti ass. She was the oasis of your team. Yes, Sir God it got it and you have the steps on and we have this up. Is this up a glimpse of ongoing backed up? Ok, so we have the script in everything. You need to know everything that she's learned in doing this. We have it all Glenn back dot com. It is Glenn backs advice for dummies, which I don't really like that, but banks advice for dummies on on how to do all the things that we we talk to you about, invest Men's Europe as a young person, I invested just in time for glens glad to say it's time today, divest that is trouble here
advice. I believe I wrote that put me in a pickle yeah. I d did I send my first. I met with my investor. They said hello. What goals. I said I would like to make money. They said great, how much as much as possible, and they sent me on my way. That was it right now suddenly come back to my invests, my adviser, and I say actually I have a wife, moral stances now about my investment. This is coming out of my field cause first, I just said as much money as you can possibly make me: let's go beyond all my investments were blackrock and I had worthy no idea. I I first thing to do is say I wonder what I'm investing in anyway, I had one of those general things for young people, that's kind of crazy and I was like I have a copy of that nature. They send it to me in the mail.
Turley seventy five percent say Blackrock on it. I go into sheer panic, I'm like oh, my gosh, it's my fault, I'm ruining, nor have they got me it's my money. I am the problem and I dont want to be that and I think a lot of people, partly through the pressure to try to be part of the solution, are part of the problem. So I worked at my investor and said: look I don't know if I can know every single thing. We different company in my portfolio all their specific views, but can we work together to know who I definitely dont want, invest and that's where I started because picking individually, every single company in Alma impossible? Somebody out, there's like it's on a possible. I just did it and I know that's great, but I saw good luck. I know I don't want to be in Blackrock. Let's start their butts pulled out of Blackrock and then they'll send me those I have all this one and I'll look it up and I'll be like okay, yay or nay, and it's the purest it's hard to be perfect, but we can't let wanting to be pursued Stop us from doing anything. I will tell you just getting out of Blackrock is is huge. They are using our money to destroy us.
yeah and bring s g, and that is a that's. A really good. First step is just taking all your money unless every stage should be doing that divest from Blackrock as such any retirement fund, any investment fund get out of Blackrock there. it will go a great though a long long way have to celebrate the baby steps. Otherwise it's easy to lose hope or lose motivation. So I, we owe that I was like ok, I cant do everything and I could be myself over the heading we like, but still your monies, probably going somewhere bad like bad, Mikhail. Oh, that is not right or I could say nice work Mikhail it. Today you made a step. You did something right- and we have to congratulate ourselves on these steps- because those are not easy things to do and if we constantly looking at everything like there's so much more, I could do that's true, but we
lose our motivation and we will lose our hope if we don't congratulate ourselves when we take these steps. Monsieur LE. Thank you so much for your work and you can find this all Glenn backed outcome. I will tell you that term we have to start thinking about each other as well. I talk about this yesterday somewhat each week need to start talking talking about and thinking about, others. How can we help others? because there's gonna be a lot of people that are her way out of the loop on this and we can't just ignore them. We have to bind ourselves as communities and and help people that come into our communities and need help when things get really bad you need to be is a place where your community thinks like that and thinks, like you, don't the odd person out on this? Yet Those communities start thinking like a community on.
On how you can how you can help in is Mikhail just said. You know you got a celebrate the baby steps and they're not baby steps. There just do The next right thing. That's all you have to do you just do the next right thing. Don't worry about the big thing, because you'll get to the big thing by just doing the next right, thanks My pillow is our sponsor this half hour and MIKE has an incredible deal on his gaze dream sheets. I sleep on them every night they are made from the world's best cotton there. Thank God there Giza cotton. trust, soft, breathable, extremely durable. Every time you sleep autumn, every time you wash em, they get softer there. Really really great and right now they're coming at their lowest price ever If you know anything about sheets. You know that they are really expensive
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Welcome to the Glen Back Programme, we're talking about how to do these things and it's very difficult to do all these things a million different steps in it and it's difficult to get down that road. One of these, We ve talked about atomic habits before, mainly because it was beating you. The scientists and asked what are you about it? But it's a fantastic book and in the way, one of the things one. Big innovations I think in it when you're thinking about habits, goes from everything from the way you eat too. The Mena whether we gotta go to the gym or whatever changing Europe to your habits in your life from a goal based habit to a I d, an identity based Has no words where goal base would be, I'm gonna go to the gym every gym day. All. This is like I strive to get in shape. I want to go to the gym everyday and that's how we ve always thing always thought, and his point is like it. You need to think of
like I'm the type of person who goes to the gym everyday. I never miss a workout, I'm that guy I'm the gym rat. That's me and if you think of it, that way, it becomes of your identity and your identity, your casting votes toward that I identity with every small action. Every day you show up your casting about towards that per that you want to be. gimme. Another example here is an example do you still do? I have any control over my life, it all again Nairobi. I admit I have no self, can no self control correct the one and this in many in this. You will know this, I'm like America, his own single conserved, vegetarian right, the only habit. I could tell you about that. I'm actually successful with and I never mess up is that I don't eat meat. I just Do it to its activities. We don't even know why really India, I mean there's a long explanation, but the bottom line is you know. that's who I am it's the way I live my life. I don't care if you live your life the same way, but it's it's like the
We have it. I can think of that. I actually never mess up. I do it every single day. I never make a mistake and that's because and that's because I'm a vegetarian, it's like in my head- of my identity. It's who I am it's how I live life now. I know like for you. For example, you recovering alcoholic right there, part of your identity, if someone asked you about I'll call, you don't say: well, I'm really trying to not drink. You say no, I'm sober I'm a recovering alcoholic and it's part of your identity and you never mess up right and it's a think of it that way and changed the way like you're you're straw, having for like, for example, pushing back against the great resettlement you any energy. There are things from day. day that you're got to get there. One day, but every single time we take a small action to cast a vote. Tour the identity of making sure that you are in line with your values, that's a day that your progressing towards
the type of person that you want to be not like some weird goal that eventually you'll achieve and be done, but it ongoing journey. We are constantly trying to make yourself into person that you wish to be so this is from Atomic Atomic but the habit judges view found really alighting, yes gets the great, but you know what you just said is. I am a vegetarian. I I am a recovering alcohol. Oh yes, I've! Given you the I am speech a million times you have a year. First of all, he's out. Selling is obviously better we now now. It is true, though, if you change your thinking here too, I am an American, I am determined be free. I am free you will change, just changes, you almost fake it until you make it, but it does change your thinking and it creates
you say I am we're follows I am, you will be yeah and also gets. You have made that speech in its true and minutes. Clearly, true, there's more to it than just saying it right, like one of the other. You write like me, you don't ice to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. Right of me have a system in place if you don't go through these things and do them if you're just kind of depending on your willpower, and we are sure that fail. If you say I am rich every day, you're not gonna, be rich right, reunited, right, crack! You you you, but you start thinking that way. You start moving in a different way. Yet you started recognise aid under an existing structure, a phrase and worry that helps you. yet through these things, even the bad days when you feel like you know what I feel like going to the casino. Maybe you
do that, although that is half witted get rank you very much for bringing something. I've known my whole life and I tried to teach you my last, how many boxes honour glad you came a ship in a storm sat back programme.
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