Radio 3Fourteen Interview

Below is the interview from Radio 3Fourteen we did on Monday. Check out their site here. There is a lot of information and a little something for everyone, whether you’re into UFOs to Sovereignty. Enjoy and leave your comments about the interview.

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44 Responses to “Radio 3Fourteen Interview”

  1. Stephen Will | February 14, 2013 at 14:35 #

    I think what I took from the interview that was most helpful were the basic principles that you guys were sharing. I have implemented into my own life the idea that when we are talking with family and we have a disagreement we can’t get so emotionally wound up. We need to have a level headed discussion because we want to continue to do ‘business’. This seems like common sense but not everyone practices this way of communication with family. Some don’t even practice it in the workplace. I am going to be a new dad at the end of April and my fiance and I have been a little stressed. Keeping a level head and not getting so emotionally wound up has been extremely helpful when listening to her share how she’s feeling and staying relaxed and open when the topics of money, work and paying the bills come up in discussion. I also see myself needing to learn to discuss new topics in a productive manner when turning family on to the new financial paradigm that is shared on this page and by some others.

    I liked your style of sharing your stories and message. It was funny as shit at times and really informative. I plan on listening to it again with my dad and brother.

    I wanted to ask a question. I know you guys work with Spencer Barclay sometimes. On his interview he was talking about how money is created when a loan is applied for and that we all already qualify for the loan because we have put our labor into the system. This is possible because in 33′ gold was taken out and replaced with our labor? I was curious if that meant that someone could go to the bank with all the right information and understanding and take out a loan based on the fact that they have put labor into the system. I know I will definitely have to do my own research but I thought maybe you guys could share a little bit on this. Thanks again for doing the interview. Definitely opened up a can of worms for me.

    • 1stTrustee | February 14, 2013 at 16:41 #

      Now you’re really taking things to the next level when you involve your family. At this rate, you’ll have an empire in no time.

      Now with the bank question, I tend to avoid looking for money from other people or making an offensive move for others money. It only causes more issues than you want. Now, when you have enough knowledge, confidence and smaller experiences that show you’re on the right path, then go for it. But if you’ve been minding your own business, you would just make your own money. I always find it funny how people want to be “sovereign” but still want things from others (not saying that’s what you’re trying to do). There are so many ways to make money, why would you need a loan? While you may need to purge your old lifestyle to get to ground zero, you don’t need the banks money. The transition from old to new may be difficult, but is well worth it.

      So, while I’m sure I could figure it out, I don’t think it’s worth the time to learn. When we do some of these private processes, that’s where that knowledge comes in handy when it is understood. But you must also back up your information as the entity will likely sue. There are ways to deal with that too but, that is obviously well beyond the scope of this comment.

      It’s great to see you starting to handle your business…like a boss!

      • Stephen Will | February 15, 2013 at 00:24 #

        Once again, thank you for your input. Each day I am less afraid to reach out to others and more interested in hearing feedback from those who have put themselves in a position to help. Your assistance in this difficult process of getting my shit together is invaluable. Like I mentioned before, I was very inspired by the interview on 3Fourteen. The message you guys shared, Spencer’s interview and a lot of others heard on Red Ice over the years, have been very influential and I may not be as receptive as I am to new information if it wasn’t for people who worked hard in their fields and then shared what they discovered. I am very grateful.

        On ways to make money. I am pretty much starting from scratch as far as finances go. I actually just got back from an event held by a group of guys pitching a program that teaches people how to flip houses and make a decent profit in a short period of time.(90 days) They talked a lot about looking at your life like a boss looks at his business, similar to what you guys talked about in the interview. What they had to say was very appealing but I feel like it goes back to what you said in your comment above. How people want to be sovereign, but still want things from others. They were asking 1500 for a 3000 dollar 3 day workshop on real estate. They claimed to provide access to private loans from banks that we wouldn’t know how to access if we did not take the workshop.(which i may be able to figure out myself if I took the time and made the effort? still do not know much about it) I have zero dollars to take the class and I figured that they would be selling something for a high price after the free event but I just wanted to hear what they had to say. I actually met a couple people who live in my area who are also looking into real estate as a way to make money and we made plans to get together to talk about some ideas we have and how we can help eachother out.

        Self education is very rewarding and I am starting to see other ways to make money and free myself up, that a month ago I had know idea I would be interested in. Thanks again E.T. team, this week I am going to make it my point of focus to listen to a few conference calls and get more involved in the site.

        • 1stTrustee | February 15, 2013 at 02:37 #

          Don’t just listen to the past calls, call in and join us live! If you’re in another country, call in from Skype. Just be warned, Wednesdays is the day I dedicate to everyone. Our calls have lasted until 4A.M. (call starts at 8P.M. CST currently)! If people have questions, I’ll try to answer, point people in the direction to find the answer, or tell them to figure it out themselves because I simply don’t know ๐Ÿ˜›

          I look forward to your interactions.

          Oh, and one last thing, having zero financies doesn’t mean anything. You got to get creative. I started a business with zero dollars and brought it to 100k/yr within two years. The only limit is…you (what did you think I was going to say?) ๐Ÿ˜€

          • Stephen Will | February 15, 2013 at 10:08 #

            Thank you for the invite. I will write down some questions that I think I will need answered and see if I can add anything to the discussion. I wanted to ask you guys how much it was to join the calls.

          • 1stTrustee | February 15, 2013 at 10:11 #

            Our calls are free. You can find the schedule on the calendar on the right side of every page but the main one.

          • Stephen Will | February 15, 2013 at 10:15 #

            Great thank you. One more question. What time is the contest over?

          • 1stTrustee | February 15, 2013 at 10:19 #

            Check out the contest rules in the top menu.

  2. Manuel | February 12, 2013 at 05:36 #

    The Supreme Court Still Thinks Corporations Are People. How does this affect us when we are appose to being identified as a corporation? Some are saying it’s a good thing because a corporation (no persons) can not rule over another corporations’ rules or by laws. It’s confusing, and conflicting to me. BTW Thanks ETT Team for this web site.

    • 1stTrustee | February 12, 2013 at 07:11 #

      The courts don’t think people are corporations, they know persons are corporations (words mean shit). In terms of that being a good thing, that all depends on how one chooses to approach the situation. The bottom line is that it’s up to you to make a choice in how you handle your business. Are you going to rule your life with an iron fist? Or be passive aggressive in your dealings? Whatever path you choose, make sure you have the confidence and knowledge to back it up. It doesn’t take years of studying to understand this stuff. Many people come into this knowledge without a plan (and rightfully so because it’s all so new and exciting and depressing and confusing and so clarifying at the same time). But if you study the principles (legal maxims); learn the meanings of words with both a legal and English dictionary; study critical thinking (this will avoid confusion by learning to ask the right questions); learn how court work with their rule, understand jurisdiction and dig into a little jurisprudence, you’ll fly though this stuff. Additionally, you should have been supplied with he E.T. Starter Kit. That was designed to save you years of studying. With a plan, your trip down the rabbit hole will be enjoyable. Without it, it becomes a lot of BS for a lot of random screen names trying to use you as their guinea pigs to gain faith in the knowledge floating around.

  3. GG | February 7, 2013 at 10:44 #

    DHS Insider: Obamaย’s cyber warriors & preparing for collapse

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/52923

  4. Magda | February 7, 2013 at 09:32 #

    Great conference call last night. Thanks for your grounding perspective and your generosity in every regard. You are helping many and acting as a unifying force.

    • 1stTrustee | February 7, 2013 at 09:37 #

      You were a joy to have an the call. Next time I hope you can stay longer and share more of your perspective. Conversations like the ones that took place last night really help everyone participating in them to gain more perspective. And you can comment directly on last night’s call too.

      • Magda | February 7, 2013 at 18:20 #

        Thank you – I would love to – you have a nice group. Have a great week.

  5. Matt Z | February 5, 2013 at 09:57 #

    Good interview. I enjoyed hearing more about Damon’s story on how he came into this information. It would be cool to have him on a public call sometime soon if his schedule allows.

    • 1stTrustee | February 5, 2013 at 11:34 #

      For me those things are not important. I’m starting to realize more and more that the perspective I have is valuable. This perspective I speak of is the “Black” perspective, where certain things that happen in the government are simply not important. Obama in charge of Corp USA. He’s minding his business. Others should follow suit and do the same.

  6. Peter | February 4, 2013 at 23:34 #

    Enjoyed the interview, guys. I also have been studying this material for a few years now and have tried a few processes with interesting results. Planning on keeping in touch with you guys and bouncing some ideas off of you.
    Thanks
    -Peter

    • 1stTrustee | February 4, 2013 at 23:38 #

      Glad you enjoyed the interview. Join us on the conference call and we’ll chat it up ’til the wee hours of the morning as we usually do.

  7. GG | February 3, 2013 at 11:11 #

    Dictionaries contain definitions not meanings. Meaning is derived from an individual’s interpretation of the definition.

    • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 11:27 #

      If you want to believe that, go ahead but how do you communicate with others? Why is it that you can write a comment and I can reply unless we all agree on what a word means? While words may have multiple definitions, when people make up their own definitions (“interpret them”) this leads to breakdown in understanding and communication, which is the root of 90% of the issues in the World. Would you want a doctor to “interpret” your diagnosis? A food purveyor to “interpret” the way he was told to handle the food that will eventually be consumed by you? People to “interpret” traffic signals and signs? I don’t think so. The thought is fallacious (selective perception) asinine and dangerous (study religion). This “interpretation can be attributed to why many can’t get anywhere in life. While you want to operate like that, the people who move against you know what words mean and will continue to use them to maintain their advantage over you while you “interpret” them.

      • GG | February 3, 2013 at 11:42 #

        Here is the definition of meaning ” meaning is what the source or sender expresses, communicates, or conveys in their message to the observer or receiver, and what the receiver infers from the current context.”

        We are all subject to infers, i.e. interpretations.
        The sender expresses the receiver infers.

        Hence, the dictionary expresses a definition and the receiver infers it’s meaning. That is reality no matter how you want to bake it.

        • GG | February 3, 2013 at 11:47 #

          Another point, the dictionary is not going to give anyone the definition of legalese. One needs Black’s Law Dictionary for that.

          BWT, I really enjoyed the interview. Lots of great points made. Looking forward to learning more!

          • GG | February 3, 2013 at 11:53 #

            One more thought. Just because someone reads a definition in the dictionary. Does not the mean that person will understand it’s meaning.

            Are you suggesting just by reading the dictionary a person will understand the meaning of the words it contains? And that the meaning will be the same for every person who reads that definition?

          • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 12:14 #

            To answer that question, I’d have to first ask, what exactly or why exactly are you asking that? I could give an answer then another counter question / comment could be waiting to prove whatever point it is you may be trying to make. So are you simply asking about one’s ability to read and comprehend? Or is there more to that question?

          • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 11:56 #

            Every language has it’s own dictionary. So when one sees a “law dictionary” then one should understand that it is in itself, another language. Thus, you can not find the definition of legalese. What a slick trick they have pulled.

        • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 11:54 #

          I agree with you, but when one talks they are using a series of words, that have defined meanings (unless they’re making them up), to convey a thought. Each word may be up for interpretation when talking to someone who lacks good communication skills. I’m only referring to words individually. Yes, context will change a meaning, the words have a starting point to which they return, a standard, a definition. This is actually a huge problem with the English language. In dealing with communications for a living, I must agree with Jacque Fresco when he says we need a new language that’s not up for interpretation like the language of math, science, etc. So yes, I can make a word mean anything, but for us to have solid communication, we need to agree an the words we are using agreement is put in dictionary.

          • GG | February 3, 2013 at 12:06 #

            Yes, we are talking about the same thing. I agree. Have you heard of
            :David-Wynn: Miller QUANTUM-LANGUAGE-PARSE-SYNTAX ?

            I think the guy is a fraud from my research. However, I also think he is onto to something.

          • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 12:58 #

            That David-Wynn: Miller stuff is ridiculous. And I agree with you that the idea may be on to something. However, it’s too far off and complicated to be practical.

          • GG | February 3, 2013 at 12:12 #

            I signed up for the mailing list. When do I get the Started Kit? I Can’t Wait!

          • GG | February 3, 2013 at 12:13 #

            I found my link to the starter kit.

          • GG | February 3, 2013 at 12:55 #

            I think your 2nd reply answered my question. We are in agreement.
            Thanks for the follow ups.

          • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 12:57 #

            ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. Magda | February 2, 2013 at 22:02 #

    Great interview on Red Ice – I’m glad they brought you into my scopes. I will be following your work. I also appreciated the information on Tulsa Race Riot – I had never heard about it. It did remind me of a similar historical event in Rosewood, Florida, in January 1923. The movie Rosewood dramatized the event well. Keep doing the great work you’re doing.

    • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 09:08 #

      I’m glad you enjoyed the interview. The Tulsa Race Riots have been swept under the rug of history for quite some time along with many historical events. But obviously a comment reply is not the right place to discuss that ๐Ÿ˜€ My head is filled with lots of information like that. Every heard of Dr. Ivan Van Sertima: They Came Before Columbus? That book alone will destroy a lot of standard “African-American” “history.”

      • Magda | February 3, 2013 at 12:59 #

        I’ll check it out, thanks. Right now I’m reading Columbus and Other Cannibals by Jack D. Forbes, the Native American scholar. Columbus was a butcher – funny you mentioned him.

        But, I do love your light and fresh perspective – our spirits must remain centered.

  9. John | January 27, 2013 at 04:39 #

    Very informative and down to earth. I look forward to more, thank you!

  10. SC | January 26, 2013 at 13:05 #

    hehehe I don’t plan to be a woman of the wild either, killing my food, nor do I plan to continue being a slave. So, I do need to get my s*** together, and learn to use the system for my benefit. Thanks ETT Team for the email alerts, and for the intelligently, well put together ETT, educational site, and for your continued dedication, in helping to free the consciously awakened.

    Be The Boss…

    • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 09:14 #

      You know, a woman killing her own food would be sexy! You’d get double benefits ๐Ÿ˜Ž And you’re welcome, though I don’t know if that’s our goal completely. Maybe a side effect. I personally don’t believe people are wake yet. Just like there are stages of sleep, there are stages of being “awake.” I use to think I was “awake” at one point. I used the same language like most people feeling the same thing. I was wrong. I believe people are in stage one awake which is still actually sleeping, though they may be aware they’re in a dream. But I digress. Hope to talk to you an a Wednesday call soon.

  11. ELiott | January 25, 2013 at 10:14 #

    The thing I like the interview and the whole movement is that you guys are very candid.If more sol called gurus would at least shrare the fact that they are human and made mistakes I think more people would be inclined to listen.You mentioned money masters thats one Ive got to watch again,tremendous amount of info.Bottom line you dont sound like your trying to convince any one of anything..IS your restroom outdoors?

    • 1stTrustee | February 3, 2013 at 09:22 #

      Everyone’s restroom is outdoors. Indoors was invented. We all did #1 & #2 “outdoors” first where it helped our environment. Now it’s all flushed down drains and dumped in the nearest ocean or treated and reused. Which sounds better now, indoors or outdoors? ๐Ÿ˜› And I think you’ve got it right when you say we’re not trying to convince anyone. Everyone can believe what they want. I deal in science and what works. Those who have been on the Wednesday calls have heard many of my personal experiments. I’m just looking for what works and nothing else. If I stumble upon some “truth” along the way, it was by mistake or it’s a part of the process, but it was not my intention.

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