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Great newsletter. CBDCs will be the end of freedom if allowed to pass.

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I think so too.

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Well said, I agree with you.

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Mar 5, 2023Liked by Abundantia

"a kid like me who grew up in the Australian bush with no power, no internet, and rainwater tanks"

Sounds like the perfect strategy to escape the global control bid... Just saying.

If they restrict our ability to fly (again) how will we get to any of the countries we've acquired passports for? So then that means we have to pick ONE place to live - we have to make a calculated guess as to which place will fight the hardest.

Plus, it seems logical that the further you are from cities, and off-grid, self-sustaining, the less leverage the govt will have on you. There are 3 necessities for life: food, shelter, water. If you can provide these 3 from your own land (that is protected in a Private Foundation so cannot be taken from you - because this is the vehicle all the big boys use for their land, so highest chance of being exempt from 'owning nothing') then you cannot be coerced into any digital control system for your basic survival.

I don't think a good resistance plan should hinge on mobility. That's already been taken and withheld for years. Even if you had your own plane and your own landing strip on your lands... how are you going to get permission to fly? Coercion could still exist to enter air space (no vax/microchip - no air space).

Thoughts?

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In a situation like this, maybe you will have to choose just one place if travel becomes difficult/impossible. But wouldn't you prefer to have multiple options to choose from, instead of just one? It's not necessarily about mobility, it's about having options. A backup plan.

Take me for example; when I was born, I only had two options: Australia, and New Zealand (as Australians, we have the legal right to live/work in New Zealand indefinitely). And as we saw with COVID, both of those options weren't great ones in terms of personal freedom. As it stands today with my passports and residencies, and with the new passports I'll acquire this year, I'll have more than 30 options of nations I'll be allowed to live and work in. To me, that's the benefit of acquiring new passports and residencies.

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Ah very good point! Also good insurance if you get kicked out of a country - or highly pressured to leave. This has happened to me twice already (Kenya, USA) so not an unlikely scenario either.

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Mar 5, 2023Liked by Abundantia

Always well written. I learn something each article and it refocuses me on things I can change for the better - freedom.

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We know this is all coming to a head, but some people do not seem to have much choice in what they can do because of their age. For instance, an 80-year-old does not have the same ability as you to do the things you do or even suggest. They cannot get another passport or invest in things that take forever to hold. I would love to hear your comments.

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Well-written and very timely warnings from history too. Mulling over the the biblical ‘beast’, with all the sixes as I write, a Chimera concept seems much in evidence.

Whilst never being one to subscribe to conspiracy theories; many of which belong in the recesses of someone’s over active imagination, I do detect an unease, a sense of things being ‘not quite right’ amongst many ‘ordinary’ people.

This week, and totally unprompted by me, two individuals shared their observations and concerns about issues on their respective radars. One spoke of HAARP and weather patterns. The other spoke of the short-lived tenure of a recent UK Prime Minister and how they almost crashed the economy overnight and subsequently resigned. The ‘markets’ have since recovered. ‘ Someone made a killing both on the way down and on the way up’ said my passing acquaintance. Interesting? Perhaps.

Whilst the health legacy of Covid and vaccinations is slowly emerging into the daylight perhaps one of the unforeseen consequences of lockdowns and WFH is that people have had an opportunity to stop and to think. To reflect upon the quality of their lives and how they see their futures playing out. Perhaps they’ve also noticed the creeping power of the state. Perhaps they’ve noticed the many ways in which technology is being used in their everyday activities. Maybe they are becoming increasingly alarmed at the pervasive surveillance they experience as they go about their private business.

As an example: What are the implications for only having EV vehicles to drive. Who will control access to charging points? Is it possible your access will be monitored, limited or perhaps stopped if you run out of carbon credits? Will you be incentivised or disincentivised if you drive too far, too often and heaven forbid too fast? Who knows, but the potential for having your freedom to roam curtailed is arguably very real and should surely be the subject of close scrutiny by our elected representatives.

ULEZ and the 15 minute city are topics for another day. Suffice to say and resonating with Leon’s excellent points these are perhaps not the times for being complacent about our shared liberties and the assumed transparent well-meaning intent of those who seek to govern. Perhaps my passing acquaintances are on to something and that we all need to be a little more proactive and engaged if we are to avoid the frog in slowly boiling water scenario.

Next time you enter a car park that has NPR and you see a 666 flash up find the reverse gear on your diesel, petrol or LPG car pdq and head for the hills!

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Mar 5, 2023·edited Mar 6, 2023

Climate Change and Covid-19 restrictions were just a test to see how much of our individual freedoms that we could be frightened into giving up. I would say that many have "passed" this test by embracing green energy and shown their compliance by wearing those ineffectual masks. The Great Reset is another test to see who is complient and who is not. Such "tests" will be ongoing until the sheep are separated from the non-complient goats.

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Zenchipprime.com can be the alternative.

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Great letter, brings it all into focus. Thanks for the constant inspiration

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EloH how much A brick?

We have New Oil fund to speed =N

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The statement you make "authorities seeking how far they can push their agenda" opens up so many layers... especially around personal awareness and slipping into unconscious obedience and or control.

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Outstanding. Clear and accurate. Oh, and terrifying ; we will be as ready as possible.

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