Chris Irons: Life & Conspiracies in The Age of Unaccountability
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Tom and Chris continue their discussion as they dive deeper into topics that some find controversial. They discuss the COVID-19 vaccine, the potential risk of myocarditis associated with the mRNA vaccines, and the importance of thinking for oneself. Chris shares his insights on the recent protests in China, and the idea of taking personal responsibility for one’s own life. They also talk about the lack of trust in narratives pushed by authorities and the concept of group think.
Chris emphasize the importance of staying calm in stressful situations and how practicing things like being uncomfortable and pushing your limits can help one prepare for life’s unexpected events. They also discuss the hedonistic treadmill and the importance of relationships and conversations. Money and materialistic items do not matter as much as meaningful interactions and conversations.
Tom and Chris conclude by stressing the importance of conversations and exploring one’s own consciousness and sovereignty over their own minds. They remind listeners to think for themselves and make decisions that are best for them and their families, rather than just following the herd. They finish by emphasizing the importance of freedom and liberty, as everyone has different priorities and ways of thinking.
Time Stamp References:
0:00 – Introduction
0:46 – mRNA Tech & Myocarditis
4:47 – Dr. Peter McCullough
9:00 – Age of Unaccountability
18:36 – Political Credibility
22:20 – Think For Yourself
25:16 – Personal Development
26:04 – Intuition & Conviction
32:53 – Taking Responsibility
35:30 – Movie – The Whale
37:08 – What Matters in Life
44:37 – Hedonistic Treadmill
47:46 – Being Uncomfortable
57:00 – Wrap Up
Talking Points From This Episode
- Thinking independently and making decisions that are in one’s best interest and those of their family, instead of blindly following the crowd.
- Remaining composed during difficult times and how experiences like poverty or discomfort can help one be better prepared for the unexpected.
- The significance of relationships and conversations, and how meaningful interactions are more important than money and material possessions.
Chris Irons is the creator of Fringe Finance, a blog dedicated to tackling complex and important topics in finance and other related fields. Through his blog and various curated content, Chris seeks to challenge the mainstream narrative and bring attention to the areas of finance often neglected by the mainstream media.
Chris has been an avid investor for many years and has a track record of identifying opportunities before they become mainstream. In 2019, he was able to foresee the Covid crisis and prepare himself and his readers for the subsequent market crash.
He has a passion for uncovering the objective truth and believes that discourse is the most important part of understanding complex topics. Chris encourages his readers to take the facts on their own and draw their own conclusions.
No matter the topic, Chris Irons will always bring an irreverent and honest approach to his work. With his content, he seeks to equip his readers with the tools and resources they need to make informed decisions.