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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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The Pine Ridge Community of Cayo, Belize

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The Pine Ridge Community of Cayo, Belize Dennis L. Feucht, Pine Ridge community resident Introduction Pine Ridge Road is an unpaved rock-gravel road that begins at the tarred (“€œpaved””) Western Highway in the Cayo district of Belize, an independent state the size of Massachusetts that is south of the Yucatan, Mexico. It was the former British colony of British Honduras. After the American War of the 1860s, numerous Confederate soldiers came here seeking a new environment. Pine Ridge Road runs southward into the jungle hills, ending in about 30 miles at Caracol, the former headquarters of the Maya, now a

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