Australian activist Max Igan has left his beloved Australia and now lives in Mexico. In this video he explains why he left, and how he managed to do it just in the nick of time.
The 64 year-old has a large following on his Bitchute channel ‘The Crowhouse’ with over 77,000 subscribers, making it one of the most popular on the YouTube alternative platform. A recent video with John O’Looney, an undertaker from Brighton UK, in which they discussed fraud in UK COVID death reporting, went viral on the platform with over 1.2 million views.
In this video (below) with YouTube channel Inspired, Igan explains his reasoning for leaving his homeland. He explains how he had an intuitive feeling something was not right and had to leave. He did not immediately act on the plans, but instead thought and meditated on the subject. But the signs kept coming. He received emails from local police asking for him to ‘come in for a chat’. They ‘started messing around with his bank account.’ Then a friend of his emailed him to say he was now in the United States. With his help Igan managed to get approval for travel, and he ‘took the plunge and left’, taking with him just a couple of suitcases. Three days later the police arrived at his house, and Igan has now doubt that they were there to arrest and detain him, to ensure he was silenced. That is how bad things have got in Australia for those who have the courage to speak out.
‘We’re not even at the beginning of the battle yet,’ says Igan, ‘and it’s too early for me to be silenced. I’m better off in a place where I can speak even louder than what I’m speaking now. So I’m just gonna take the opportunity, I’m gonna take the plunge and I’m gonna leave.’
‘I’ve been so right on the edge, I can go to the next level from where I am now. I don’t have to pull any punches from where I am now, and I’m not going to shift my focus from Australia. It was just a strategic move, if you read ‘The Art of War’, it’s just a strategic move. I’m not gonna allow myself to be silenced at this part of the battle.
And it isn’t about running. People say ‘oh he’s running’. No, this whole thing is worldwide and there is nowhere to run. It’s coming to every single country. I just think that I’m better here at the moment.’