Here’s the lessons I’ve learnt in the fight for freedom.
Guest post by Monica Smit of Reignite Democracy Australia!
Today, I have something very special for you: My friend Monica Smit of Reignite Democracy Australia has contributed today’s story on the lessons she’s learnt in the fight for freedom.
I hope you enjoy.
God bless you, your family and our nation.
P.S. I will be speaking (via video) at Reignite Democracy Australia’s Freedom Summit Downunder 2022 on 13 July! Get your tickets by clicking here or on the ad below.
The lessons I’ve learnt in the fight for freedom
Contributed by Monica Smit of Reignite Democracy Australia
I am hosting an event called The Freedom Summit Downunder 2022 in every capital city of Australia.
Our first one is in Melbourne on 13th July.
Here’s a backstory of how and why I’m running an event like this.
My name is Monica Smit, I’m a 34-year-old tax-paying citizen of the once free state of Victoria.
I started an organisation called Reignite Democracy Australia in August 2020.
I’ve attended most of the lockdown protests, been arrested several times during peaceful demonstrations, spent 22 days in solitary confinement and am awaiting trial by jury for allegedly inciting others to break COVID restrictions.
Since August 2020, I have tried almost every form of diplomatic pushback and was also heavily involved in educating voters and rallying volunteers ahead of the federal election 2022.
I want to share what I’ve learnt after two years of full-time freedom activism.
The movement no longer has the energy to be so reactive.
We cannot protest every weekend, it doesn’t work.
Mass email campaigns don’t work, they just get deleted.
Letterbox dropping has its place but is time consuming and impossible to measure.
Politics is part of the solution, but not the whole solution.
The everyday voter is mostly uneducated and unaware of the impact their vote has.
After much deliberation, I have concluded that fighting directly against these tyrants is not the answer.
Instead, we should work towards making them obsolete.
Let’s find ways to live peacefully and prosper, even in chaos.
Let’s try to stop letting their every move affect our mental state of mind.
Let’s start building communities around us, building veggie gardens, spending our money in businesses that deserve it, finding alternative medical, schooling, currency and bartering solutions.
Over the next year, we hope to help build stronger communities that can withstand anything tyranny throws at them.
Hopefully we can learn how and when to use our energy for optimum results for ourselves, our families, and our fellow countrymen.
That is why I am hosting The Freedom Summit Downunder 2022 in every capital city.
Our first event is Wednesday, 13 July in Melbourne.
The tagline for this event is - How to live peacefully and prosper, even in chaos.
This event will focus on tools and strategies we can all use to live our best lives, no matter what is happening around us.
The line-up of speakers is quite impressive but it’s not all about big names or influencers.
We have some speakers who are not well known but have fantastic initiatives.
We’re presenting a new website that connects consumers directly to farmers, a trading system where members exchange goods and services without money, a new local market network, home-schooling networks and much more.
I hope to see some of you there and if you’re not in Victoria, I’ll see you soon.
To purchase tickets for the Melbourne’s event, click here - https://www.reignitedemocracyaustralia.com.au/summit/
George Christensen is a former Australian politician, a Christian, freedom lover, conservative, blogger, podcaster, journalist and theologian. He has been feted by the Epoch Times as a “champion of human rights” and his writings have been praised by Infowars’ Alex Jones as “excellent and informative”.
George believes Nation First will be an essential part of the ongoing fight for freedom:
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— George Christensen.
Find more about George at his www.georgechristensen.com.au website.
The only way to motivate the voting public is to hold public meetings and see the process grow. Once upon a time politicians held Town Hall meetings to talk about their policies and take questions from the audience. They are too afraid to do that now.
Instead we, the voting public, are treated like a box of mushrooms who are allowed out of the box at election time to be bombarded with empty rhetoric and then the lid is put back on the box.
Our country is being sold to the new religion of climate change which has nothing at all to do with the environment but everything to do with the redistribution of capital. hence the billionaires lining up with fanciful ideas on how to power the nation and taking taxpayer money. If their ideas are so good why don't they use their money.
Ta Interesting conclusions..
Jesus said make disciples ie create a new culture under a new kingdom (ruler ship)... much of the reason we have lost freedom is because our nation s have rejected Jesus as King.
The freedom we enjoyed were derived from Christianity.. it’s no coincidence that Florida, Texas and South Dakota, are lights of freedom to the nations and are stewarded by strong Christians --Ron DeSantis, Christy Noem...
There will be no lasting peace or freedom without Jesus ... regardless of what you do.. but with Him nothing is impossible!!!