Resilient Ways: Imagine a free world …
Mu Aye Pu Burma

Mu Aye Pu moving forward

Resiliently share this:

Recently, our adviser Kurt Hanson wrote to send along the photograph shown here. As you can see, their project is looking great. Also, they filled all the available units for their financing, so they are off to the races. As I understand it, their crypto-token is coming, and would raise $100 million for their work. If Burma is a possibility for you, or you are wanting to make a complete tour of all the New Hanseatic League locations, be sure to check out Mu Aye Pu!

Continue reading »

Leaving the Leviathan

Resiliently share this:

Leaving the Leviathan     Resolve to serve no more, and you are at once freed. I do not ask that you place hands upon the tyrant to topple him over, but simply that you support him no longer; then you will behold him, like a great Colossus whose pedestal has been pulled away, fall of his own weight and break in pieces.   The above words were written nearly 500 years ago by Étienne de La Boétie in The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude.   Sadly, every person is held captive by some form of government

Continue reading »
Abolitionist silver pieces

Great day, long day

Resiliently share this:

Well, today was a great day for resiliency. Many good things to report. We received our first shipment of silver pieces. We posted them to our store, with an absurd price based on numismatic rarity, since they are the only 19 such pieces available to collectors, one (1) having been pre-sold; and based on our cost. We were paid a fee for some blog posts, completed some new posts for our friends at CentreGold.com – old friends from the e-gold era – and got offered shares in a new deal. Our storage unit here in Ohio is finally empty, won’t

Continue reading »

Mission Statement

Resiliently share this:

Mission Statement: Resilient Ways Foundation will build communities that are respectful of human dignity and freedom, networking them together through collaboration and sharing. We will disseminate what we learn, and seek out ideas, strategies, from others. We will gather knowledge from many disciplines to assist in this endeavor and make this knowledge known to all. We will engage with experts, activists, and fellow travelers, building a network of volunteers in pursuit of human liberty, commerce, and happiness. Finally, we will promote as foundational to our organization the simple ethos of the zero-aggression principle. We want you, whomever you are, to

Continue reading »

Violence is NOT WAR!

Resiliently share this:

I do not want to dwell on this – I know full well and understand the power of modern weapons. I do not want to explain what depleted uranium does when the projectile hits an armored target, or building … or how much uranium dust now blows around those deserts, because of “Murica”. This crap is well understood. What I’d like to rant about is simple. There are some, many, after the unfortunate events in “VEGAS” that have decided that “gun violence” is an epidemic, killing millions like sugar or Statin drugs. NO … These same people fully support, in

Continue reading »

The partitioned blockchain …

Resiliently share this:

Introduction Non-determinism, in commerce relationships, involving trade, is a problem. It will be frustrating, stressful, and worrisome. Guess what, people will be wanting to use cryptos on transactions, investments, that would equate to “dust and lint” on the blockchain today. This is a problem, call it the “synchronized weaver’s problem”. The complexity of the weave gets worse, and adding weavers makes the problem only worse – each weaver must duplicate, each wants to discover the “next best” weave, and all must duplicate the next best weave. It might be “copy paste” simple, but it is still network traffic. People want

Continue reading »
The Way

Exciting Times for Resilient Freedom

Resiliently share this:

It has been an exciting few weeks for me and the team here at Resilient Ways Foundation. I’ve moved from Lawrence, Kansas to Dayton, Ohio. There is an excellent collection of agorists, anarcho-capitalists, anarchists, and others here which we are working very hard to grow rapidly. One of our leaders here, Melissa Michelle, calls our area “New Somalia.” After all, how many times have statists told us to “move to Somalia” if we don’t like things in ‘merica? She and Dan Sullivan have come up with a flag for New Somalia, complete with grumpy cat and motto “Nunya.” In other

Continue reading »