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Building Networks and Communities

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For the last several weeks I’ve been moving forward with a start-up, Dialogue Key, and making some important connections. This week my friends at L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise published this essay: https://ncc-1776.org/tle2019/tle1011-20190310-04.html As you can see from the essay, our work is again focused on buying raw land, developing a multi-use real estate development (with homes, shopping, offices, light industrial) of resilient communities, and doing so with open source methods to encourage others to follow our path, and blaze similar paths of their own.

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To the Sinners in Power

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“When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand. Yet if thou warn the wicked and he turn not from his wickedness, nor from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but thou has delivered thy soul. Again, When a righteous man doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumbling-block before him, he shall

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The Crap House

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Back in September, partly on advice of counsel, I moved from Lawrence, Kansas to Dayton, Ohio. My sister Melissa had moved here in August because she had a job waiting, and was able to secure living accommodations quickly. It seemed like a good idea to rent a house near her, and we found one that seemed good enough. To give you a sense of how it isn’t, really, all that great, let me show you the front door as seen from inside the house. Be sure to look above the door at the area which would have been called a

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Abundant Water

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About twenty years ago, I began to recognise that the water provided to me in Houston through the tap was not any good. In addition to a large number of known pathogens, there were also various poisons, such as fluoride. A federal government subsidy encourages municipalities to add fluoride to their drinking water so that uranium purification contractors can off-load much of their toxic waste at a profit instead of at a cost. More recently, the scandal involving the terribly evil people involved in the city of Flint, Michigan’s government deliberately poisoning the people who live there with toxic levels

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Opportunities to Improve Our World

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Last week there were several important opportunities that arose. The Individual Sovereign University gave a $500 scholarship to a student seeking to complete her degree in mathematics. We were also able to help arrange air travel on an urgent basis relating to a custody battle in Seattle area. Reports from Texas indicate that our delivery of an automobile we weren’t using to a family there has proven very useful, not only for family needs but for activism to increase freedom. Cornucopia Over the years, I have travelled on four continents, visited with thousands of people, seen palaces, museums, ghettos, wealthy

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Rubanisation – Rethinking of how we live, work, learn, play and farm

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Mu Aye Pu will be designed by visionary architect Kheng Soon Tay based on his innovative rubanization concept. Rubanisation is a re-conceptualization of human settlements in which the city and the countryside are considered as one space, not two as it is now – city and countryside are regarded as separate realms. Rubanisation stems from the belief that the continued consideration of the rural and the urban as two distinct realms is unsustainable in terms of social justice, cultural justice and environmental justice. This mode of thinking calls for a new spatial geometry of integrated development that offers real viable

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Appendix: Lease from MacCallum & van Notten

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Back to index … Appendix: Draft Lease Agreement from MacCallum and van Notten i. WHEREAS Resilient Ways Foundation, a private company not affiliated with any government or governmental agency and having acquired property for the purpose of developing a community, the cluster being known as Terra Incognita, is in the business of developing, maintaining, and promoting the growth of optimal human environments and leasing to its customers exclusive sites giving full access to and enjoyment of the same, and WHEREAS Jane Doe (“Dweller”) desires space in Terra Incognita for business, residential, and/or other activities, NOW THEREFORE Resilient Ways, for consideration

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