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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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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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Mu Aye Pu Burma

News from Mu Aye Pu Free City

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From the: Mu Aye Pu Development Corporation Newsletter #3 October 2017 This month we will commence the surveying with the appointment of our lead consultant for this task. Visionary architect Tay Kheng Soon will also be formally engaged and will get to work designing the city, which will be based on his pioneering Rubanisation model. Mu Aye Pu Guesthouse We are thrilled to announce that the Design & Construction of the Mu Aye Pu Guesthouse will commence in December. We plan on having a groundbreaking ceremony in December. The entire Karen Enterpirses & IDPM team will be there to take

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Mu Aye Pu Burma

Mu Aye Pu moving forward

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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!

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Abolitionist silver pieces

Great day, long day

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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

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Exciting Times for Resilient Freedom

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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

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Food

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Back to index … “Lastly, the eighth and the most meritorious of all, is to anticipate charity by preventing poverty, namely, to assist the reduced brother, either by a considerable gift or loan of money, or by teaching him a trade, or by putting him in the way of business, so that he may earn an honest livelihood and not be forced to the dreadful alternative of holding up his hand for charity.” ~Maimonides, circa AD 1170 Food is critical. Food is often overlooked in America’s post-modern culture, because, well, it seems to “simply arrive”. The fact that Americans assume

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Water

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Back to index … “Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink.” ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1834 We are currently (as of this writing – August 2017) scouting for small and medium scale plots of land to support anarchist (Heathian) communities – and our intention is to focus on those that contain their own natural sources of water (spring and aquifer). Some larger parcel sizes – 50 acres or greater – might have spring fed ponds or even streams. When it comes to natural

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