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(LifeSiteNews) — Reignite Freedom’s “Global Walkout” initiative, whose crew consists of Drs. Peter McCullough and Robert Malone, is calling on people to reduce their consumption of mainstream media and seed oils, along with avoiding big banks among other things, as a way of fighting back against global tyranny. 

Adding to the first two steps of their plan – which implore people to use cash instead of credit or debit cards, and buy their food from local farmers – Reignite Freedom has now released five more steps in its “Global Walkout” effort that they say everyone can take to fight back against globalism.

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With its third step, the Global Walkout team – which also includes former Pfizer executive Michael Yeadon, lawyer and author Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Catholic leaders such as Australian freedom fighter Monica Smit, The Remnanteditor Michael Matt, and Austrian Catholic activist Alexander Tschugguel – the Global Walkout team is calling on people to minimize their consumption of mainstream media.

The initiative provides a video, as well as little cards explaining the reasons for the step, which can be handed out to people to spread the message. 

The card for the third step gives the following reasons to minimize mainstream media consumption: 

  • Mainstream media is mostly negative and fear-based. If you consume too much, it can affect your mental state and quality of life.  
  • Investigative journalism seems to be a dying skill. Journalists are often told what to write and say and have little control over the story’s direction. 
  • MSM depends on views and clicks. If we minimize our consumption, they will be forced to change their tactics. 
  • The last 2.5 years have clearly shown bias regarding the COVID narrative and the government’s handling of the pandemic. Journalists and experts voicing different opinions were fired, vilified, and censored.  

In its fourth step, titled “supporting smaller banks,” the group encourages people to move their funds to union or local banks if they can, as these institutions tend to offer more support to local businesses and are often “less controlled by big corporations and the government.” 

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“We are unsure what the future holds. We know that the globalists are trying to bring in a digital ID and a cashless society. This step alone will not prevent this, but it’s a start,” the initiative stated on their website. 

The fifth step is entitled “share your flag.” With this step, inspired by the farmer protests in the Netherlands, people are asked to display upside-down flags of their own country wherever they can – a universal indicator of distress. 

Step six of the Global Walkout is called “Community dinner tables around the world.” In a video, Dutch member of parliament Thierry Baudet explains that people should meet at least once a week for dinner or lunch with friends and family “to start building a community from your very home.” 

Discuss current affairs with them. Make sure more and more people in your community understand what’s going on and make them enthusiastic about having such dinners themselves. Let’s create community dinner tables all over the world,“ Baudet stated in the video. 

After a cut in the video, Smit explains why it is important to meet in person regularly.

So much of what they do is designed to keep us apart, to divide us and keep us arguing amongst ourselves,” Smit said. “When we make the effort to connect to people around us, it encourages healthy debate, discussion and new ideas…this type of unity scares the living daylights out of those who want to control us.” 

Smit also encouraged the viewers to invite people “you’ve disagreed with over the last 2.5 years,” in order to have healthy discussions and debates. 

READ: Cashless societies will almost certainly encourage gov’t abuses of power

The seventh step is divided into two parts. Part one urges people to never use self-checkouts in stores or order food using a QR code unless absolutely necessary. 

Part two is a health tip concerning the consumption of seed oils. It tells people to avoid highly processed seed oils as much as possible, especially corn oil, canola oil, cottonseed oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, grapeseed oil, and ricebran oil. 

The Global Walkout page links to an article by Dr. Cate Shanahan arguing that seed oils are unhealthy, as they contain large amounts of unstable fatty acids (PUFAs) that can break down into harmful toxins. 

“PUFA should not represent more than 10% of our diet because of this instability, and probably 4-5% would be better since that’s more in alignment with our historical intake,” stated Shanahan. 

“[…] factory refining involves high heat,” meaning that bottles of seed oils “contain toxic compounds,” and “food cooked with seed oils contain even higher levels of toxins,” added the doctor. 

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“Americans now get 80 percent of their fat calories from seed oils because they are an ingredient in most processed foods. This translates to about 15-30% of calories from PUFA, which is historically unprecedented. And way, way too much.” 

Shanahan also provides of list good alternatives to seed oils, including avocado oil, olive oil, butter, ghee, tallow, duck fat, peanut oil, lard, macadamia nut oil, and others. 

People can officially join the Global Walkout and commit to carrying out the prescribed steps of the movement to the best of their abilities by subscribing to the movement’s mailing list. 

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