Founder and CEO of Oakes Farms Seed to Table Bucks the Mask Mandate and Business Is Booming
By the time Alfie Oakes graduated high school, he was brokering wholesale deals and harvesting his own crops. Over the next 15 years, he never lost focus on the brokerage side of his business while also buying more farmland, and expanding into the retail grocery business.
Then in 2005, Alfie’s business took on a new momentum when he secured a contract to procure a large amount of raw product for a national supplier. Within five years, the deal put him in a position to invest in the producer, Fruit Dynamics, and eventually buy out all other investors.
With the success of Fruit Dynamics, Alfie invested some of his earnings into other areas of the agribusiness industry including packing, shipping and food service. He also initiated a major renovation at the Naples retail market and bought out his father’s business partner so he could support Food & Thought’s organic produce needs better.
Rarely taking a day off, Alfie also added another 500 acres of farmland, re-fabricated 10-acres of greenhouses, rescued and rebuilt a large aquaponics farm, purchased Captain Jerry’s Seafood, and began raising chickens.
Having established one of the largest privately owned agribusinesses in Collier County, Alfie Oakes’ next adventure will be opening a 65,000 sq. ft. market in North Naples.
Alfie Oakes of Oakes Farms Seed to Table Market is asking for every “fearless business owner” in America to reopen their stores and restaurants on March 1, 2021.
“We’re not so afraid to die that we’re not going to live,” affirms Mr. Oakes. He opposes both masks and lockdowns, and has attracted a lot of media attention.
The media is “a brainwashing mechanism for people who have lost the ability to free-think.”
It’s been a year of “no masks required” at his various independently owned Florida businesses, and no one has died.
He’s been fined for flouting the mask mandate, but he refuses to pay because it’s unconstitutional. Not wearing a mask is a partisan issue.
Mr. Oakes knows that whatever rights you hand over to these tyrants you will never get back.
“Why are you being censored?” asks Patrick. “They don’t want the light to shine on their dark deceit,” replies Mr. Oakes. “They are all against what I hold dear to me. I grew up in America where we can have different opinions.”
The politicians in Washington D.C. do not represent America.
“This is the biggest scam in the entire world history,” he maintains, and people are moving to Florida just to be near him and return to a normal way of life.
Mr. Oakes and Senator Rick Scott are friends. Senator Scott told him, “The swamp is worse than you can ever imagine.” Examples of everyday Washington corruption are given.
“If you do the right thing, money will follow,” says Mr. Oakes. He has three stores in Naples, Florida, 3,000 acres of farmland, and $500 million in sales.
He’s also in the seafood and hydroponics businesses, growing shrimp and tilapia.
President Trump exposed much of the bread and circus, so now there’s a “great awakening.”
This nation was formed on civil disobedience. “We have to be the ones to take our country back.”
Coca-Cola told their employees “not to be so white,” so Mr. Oakes stopped selling Coke in his store.
There was a “freedom rally” of 1,700 people, and his black employees counter-demonstrated against Black Lives Matter.
Mr. Oakes believes that ALL Lives Matter, and he likes people no matter what race or religion they are.
Does a national “minimum wage” hurt the very people it’s supposed to help? Is it designed to destroy the small business owners that government can’t directly control?
Why is there a wall at the Capitol but not at the borders?
Is the lockdown causing more deaths than covid?
Are the doctors going along with this because they could lose their jobs? Hospitals are doing so because they can get more money.
Alfie Oaks encouraging business to just say no to unconstitutional instructions, February 23. 2021