It’s time to take practical steps — individually and collectively — to impede the globalist agenda and empower ourselves to move toward creating the lives we want to live, according to Reignite Freedom.
So on Sept. 4, the Reignite Freedom team — including Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Robert Malone, Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and eight other prominent critics of the globalist agenda — launched a Global Walkout.
Every Sunday at 8 p.m. London time (2 p.m. ET), Global Walkout announces a new “step” or action people can take to extricate themselves from the globalist agenda and impede its progress.
“Many of us, myself included, have unconsciously subscribed to globalism by accepting the conveniences they offered us through technology communication and easy banking,” said Monica Smit, manager of the Global Walkout campaign, in the intro video for the Global Walkout.
Smit, who founded and directs Reignite Democracy Australia, said:
“If we want to strategically push back against globalism, we must lead by example and slowly unchain ourselves.
According to its website, people taking practical steps can build enough momentum to “create roadblocks” in the globalist agenda:
“With enough numbers, the global walkout family can start to engage in significant actions that would encourage corporations and governments to take notice and consider our perspective.
“If our actions can directly affect the back pockets of the globalists, they might have no choice but to listen.”
Inspired by Canadian truckers’ convoy for medical freedom
In addition to Smit, Kennedy, McCullough and Malone, the Reignite Freedom launch team members are:
- Christine Andreson, German member of the EU parliament
- Mike Yeadon, former vice president of Pfizer
- Amanda Forbes, representative of Vaccine Choice Canada
- Michael J. Matt, editor of The Remnant Newspaper
- Alexander Tschugguel, Austrian Catholic activist
- Jimmy Levy, American musician
- Morgan C. Jonas, Australian politician
The Global Walkout: step by step
Global Walkout, which so far has announced four steps, will announce the fifth on Oct. 2. Here’s how the campaign shapes up so far:
Step 4: Support small banks: Global Walkout’s Step 4, announced Sept. 25, asks participants to support smaller banks by moving as many accounts as possible to a union or local bank.
According to the Global Walkout website:
“Smaller banks support local family-run businesses more. If you invest your money in them, you are helping your local economy overall.
“If enough people take their money away from the big banks, they will have less control.
“In some cases, smaller banks are less controlled by big corporations and the government.
“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 website included a handout participants can use during conversations with staff at their new and old banks about why they are switching to smaller banks.
Step 3: Ditch mainstream media: Announced Sept. 18, Step 3 urged participants to “unsubscribe from all mainstream media outlets. Delete the apps from your phone, laptop and tablet and unfollow all of their social media and YouTube channels. Try to avoid mainstream media for at least one week, even if the headline is intriguing.”
The Global Walkout website included a handout participants could share with others about “why minimizing mainstream media consumption is a good idea” and offered three suggestions for accomplishing the third step:
- “Delete all mainstream media apps from your phone, tablet, laptop and computer. Unsubscribe from monthly payments if you are signed up for any.
- “Be sure to also delete or hide the generic news app that come pre-installed on your phone and devices.
- “Avoid clickbait as much as you can. We all know they create headings that are misleading. Don’t click on them.”
Step 2: Buy local: Step 2, announced Sept. 11, asked participants to “locate and support family-run grocery stores and markets as much as possible. Try to purchase locally grown products to support the farming and market communities in your area. If you live in the city, research what fresh produce is grown in your region.”
The Global Walkout provided these tips:
- “If you have time, research what is grown in your region.
- “Source out your local family-run grocery or fruit and vegetable shops. Ask them which products are locally sourced and buy those products.
- “Find out when the next market is in your area, and how often they are. Try to go as much as you can and buy enough fresh produce to last until the next market day.
- “If you start a conversation with the store owners or staff, tell them why you’re there and why you’re making the effort to shop there. It’s a great conversation starter and they’ll appreciate it.”
The website also included a handout participants could share with others explaining the importance of supporting local farmers and small businesses.
Step 1: Keep cash alive: Step 1, announced Sept. 4, advised participants to use cash as much as possible.
A printable handout suggested participants use this conversation starter: “I paid cash today for a reason”:
- “To SAVE this business money on transaction fees
- “To GIVE this business more control over their profits
- “To SUPPORT my local economy and community
- “To KEEP my purchases and location anonymous
- “To KEEP cash alive!”
The website also included a handout businesses can use to tell customers why they encourage them to pay with cash:
- “We will save money instantly on transaction fees.
- “If we can save money, we can keep our staff employed and give back to our local community.
- “We will have more control over our profits.
- “Small to medium businesses like this one are an integral part of keeping our local economy and community thriving and growing.
- “It helps to keep cash alive!”