What Would YOU Do? – The Importance Of Individualism In Rural Communities (with Tim Moen)

Tim Moen explains the importance of individualism and self sustainability in rural communities.
If you’re a farmer, you’ve probably had this concern before. It’s late at night. The police are 30+ minutes away. You hear something on your farm. You’re concerned about your safety as well as your family’s. You’re concerned about your property which you depend on in order to put food on the table.
You could cower under your bed and hope the boogeyman goes away once the police get there 30+ minutes later and your whole family loses respect for you. OR, you can take up defense yourself as an independent individual.
Well there’s a good chance your government won’t like that very much. Independent people contradicts the message of dependency pushed forward by the state.

Tim Moen, Leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada explains this issue thoroughly.

Stay tuned for more from WAM and don’t forget to check out Tim Moen’s YouTube channel here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLEObF9t1hVXC07J-9Bl9yg

Edited by Tim Moen

World Alternative Media
2018

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13 Comments

  • Stan Ulch
    Reply

    BS! In the city, we’re amongst them. Home invasions on the rise. Self defence is not only a rural issue, it’s Universal. When seconds count, the police are minutes away….I’ve had them take 24 hrs to respond to a death threat, IN the city.

  • Renae Hardwick
    Reply

    Lol, don’t be fooled, living in a city is more of a risk then living in the country. This is just a scare tactic as far as I’m concerned.

  • Sage Brush
    Reply

    Oh shit, Canucks are waking up? What about the Queen? LOL! No, seriously this is good news! Fight on northern brothers! We’ll all win this fight together!

  • Angela
    Reply

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itAVYCiJ43g
    Will China overtake the U.S. as the world’s leading superpower?
    ANSWER: YES YES YES
    They will do it via TECHNOCRACY:
    Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens http://www.wired.co.uk/article/chinese-government-social-credit-score-privacy-invasion
    The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents

  • Salvator Mundi
    Reply

    I say, let the cities have that lib “utopia” (if they really want?) and let the rural areas alone.
    But, we will have equal finance, law, vote power, representation !

  • Peter Lantela
    Reply

    Pertti Lantela at VK, peter Lantela on facebook, I am a target of hate crime from first nations and women that rule lawlessly destroying a man’s business. RCMP corrupt, courts corrupt, threat women and children like children so children they remain.

  • Peter Lantela
    Reply

    it’s a plan, our country has been taken over by globalist Marxists. We don’t have a gobmint that cares for us. Make me laugh. W#omen and idiot minorities, no smart white men, just angry women and dumb fucking angry government indoctrinated natives…

  • British Federation of Truth
    Reply

    Downvoted by four soy eating city dwellers dependent on government handouts to help them pay their over-inflated rent in a crime ridden multicultural hell hole. If they weren’t downvoting this video they’d be on a LGBT rally or having a new tattoo.

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