Jason is essentially a consultant who helps people form something called a "private contract association," which is a way of running one's own life through mutual contractual agreements between persons instead of running a personal "business" using the citizen corporations that the government has created for us. By doing so, you are able to practice your life as you like without being beholden to civil regulations around certain professions. For example, Leister's wife is a midwife, and under this system is able to practice in the genuine best interest of her clients, rather than be forced to follow regulations which could put her clients in danger.
Jason is also grounded in the spiritual implications of being truly free. The responsiblity it implies, the relationship to religion and the individuality of the soul, etc. When asked who the people at the top of the pyramid are, and whether they might be offworld, he said he was "willing to go there." So definitely an open minded guy.
He was interviewed recently by Paul Chek on his Living 4D podcast. Now, I like Paul Chek, but when he gets a bee in his bonnet sometimes his personal interest gets in the way of the quality of the interview. This is one of those times, and Paul's interjections really get in the way of Jason being able to clearly lay out what is system is and what it means. Greg, I think you could do a much better job of letting the man tell his story, and I think it's an important story to tell in this day and age. And you might be able to get a little weird with him in the second hour, who knows.