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Achieve this and it becomes very difficult for any group of bureaucrats to control you.
If you’re considering diversifying internationally, you might want to rethink your annual vacation…
Police in riot gear… domestic terrorism… less freedom “for your own safety.” These nightmares are already playing out in the US. Here’s what comes next…
A second passport is your best insurance against any out-of-control government.
When the going gets tough, governments never control themselves… but they do try to control their subjects.
Here’s what really happens when an economy totally collapses…
Most people have health, life, fire, and car insurance. But do you have freedom insurance?
A second passport is the ultimate insurance policy against an out-of-control government. Think of it as your “freedom insurance.”
Which country is the easiest to get citizenship in? The answer will depend on individual factors. There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
If you don’t get out now, you’ll regret it.
Arbitrarily revoking citizenship and passports have always been hallmarks of authoritarianism.
Obtaining a second passport is a fundamental step toward freeing yourself from absolute dependence on any one country. Once you have that freedom, it’s much harder for any government to control your destiny.
You don’t own your own passport or citizenship… the government does. And they use them as a weapon.
Saint Kitts and Nevis is known for its LLCs, foundations, and most notably for its economic citizenship program.
When I first heard Doug Casey talk about a World Service Authority passport, I thought it had to be a joke.
Why St. Kitts & Nevis and Malta’s economic citizenship programs are just the beginning for second passport options.
It’s no secret that Chile is attractive for internationalization from many standpoints.
Historically capital controls, wealth confiscations, currency devaluations, one-off emergency taxes, bail-ins, nationalization of retirement accounts, and other measures are the norm when a government gets desperate enough. Here’s how you protect yourself.
Vanuatu might have something to offer in terms of offshore company formation, offshore banking, or lifestyle choices for the right people after extremely careful consideration.
Whether or not you take the ultimate step of renunciation, I believe you will find value from this author’s experiences jumping ship and divorcing the USA.
I recently sat down with the folks over at The Daily Bell for an in-depth conversation. We covered a lot of topics, from the war on drugs to Austrian economics to international diversification.
This Mediterranean island offers compelling opportunities for those looking to obtain residency and even citizenship in an EU country. For the right people, it’s one of the easiest countries to get citizenship in. The key to it is a real estate purchase. And fortunately, prices are now near bargain levels.
Make 2014 the year you finally declare freedom.
There’s another economic citizenship program emerging—Antigua & Barbuda—a tiny Caribbean island nation.
Panama offers one of the easiest ways to obtain permanent residency—with a path to a second passport—available in any country today.
Unfortunately the hopes for Malta’s economic citizenship program appear to have ultimately been misplaced.
The benefits of a second passport are universal and prudent for anyone in the world to obtain… especially those under a desperate government.
My reason for choosing Dominica is simple. It’s the cheapest and quickest way to obtain legitimate dual citizenship without any residency requirements.
A second passport can come in handy when a government decides to treat its own citizens as beef cows instead of milking cows.
Despite its problems, Lebanon has a rather dynamic and resilient financial system.
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