Coach Red Pill

Easy_C

Peacock
Dubai is not safe, they have a third world mentality when it comes to the vax for one thing. I'm not sure if you could have lived there the last two years without getting jabbed.

Also if there is a war with Iran, Dubai will collapse. All that Iran has to do is hit their desalination plants with a half dozen of their thousands deep missile arsenal. It's going to be a bad scene then, with the locals monopolizing water and the expats getting the scraps.

You shouldn't be overly scared of the economic situation if you take care of yourself, have a trade or position yourself in a recession-proof industry. Also if you're in a country like NZ, Aus, Canada, France or even the US, you're never going to run out of food, it's just that you will be paying 2 or 3 times as much for your steaks It is places like Egypt, Ethipia, Pakistan etc where there will be food riots.

I used to think that. Now I'm not so sure. There's been plenty of times in history where governments starved out the people in food-abundant regions, in order to sell that food elsewhere (Holodomor, Irish Potato Famine, etc.)

Also Iran has a stake in Dubai because they use UAE's banking services too: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/feat...ht-as-world-sanctions-russia-over-ukraine-war . Search for "Iran" in that article.
 
Dubai is not safe, they have a third world mentality when it comes to the vax for one thing. I'm not sure if you could have lived there the last two years without getting jabbed.

Also if there is a war with Iran, Dubai will collapse. All that Iran has to do is hit their desalination plants with a half dozen of their thousands deep missile arsenal. It's going to be a bad scene then, with the locals monopolizing water and the expats getting the scraps.

You shouldn't be overly scared of the economic situation if you take care of yourself, have a trade or position yourself in a recession-proof industry. Also if you're in a country like NZ, Aus, Canada, France or even the US, you're never going to run out of food, it's just that you will be paying 2 or 3 times as much for your steaks It is places like Egypt, Ethipia, Pakistan etc where there will be food riots.
I'm currently in Central Europe and am a relatively broke English teacher
 

Mountaineer

 
Banned
Orthodox Catechumen
Gold Member
What's so good about Paraguay? After reading dead bat it turned me off a lot about south America...
 
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Interesting site.... do you know anyone there?
 

COtrailrider

Robin
Gnostic or New Age
What's so good about Paraguay? After reading dead bat it turned me off a lot about south America...
Paraguay is one of simplest and least stringent foreign residencies out there. You basically deposit $4,500 into a bank and get your paperwork in order - then the $4,500 can be withdrawn. It's a low-tax country that's also really inexpensive to live in. I've been thinking about getting it myself actually.

Something like 2/3 or 3/4 of the population is under 35 as well so for those looking for a spouse or business opportunities it could be a good option.

If one is also tied into the NWO/Great Reset rapidly unfolding, countries like Paraguay which are 'behind the times' can offer a respite of sorts as well (at least for a time).
 

911

Peacock
Catholic
Gold Member
In geopolitically terms, Paraguay is also one of the most connected with the GAE. For instance the Bush family is one of the largest landowners in Paraguay. Maybe it won't affect your average expat as much but in today's world it's good to know who is running a part of the world you're considering moving to...


Former President George H.W. Bush’s Family Bought 300,000 Acres on South America’s and World’s Largest Aquifer, Acuifero Guaraní

In my 2008 article, I overlooked the astonishingly large land purchases (298,840 acres, to be exact) by the Bush family in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, while on a trip to Paraguay for the United Nation’s children’s group UNICEF, Jenna Bush (daughter of former President George W. Bush and granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush) reportedly bought 98,840 acres of land in Chaco, Paraguay, near the Triple Frontier (Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay). This land is said to be near the 200,000 acres purchased by her grandfather, George H.W. Bush, in 2005.

The lands purchased by the Bush family sit over not only South America’s largest aquifer — but the world’s as well — Acuifero Guaraní, which runs beneath Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. This aquifer is larger than Texas and California combined.

 

COtrailrider

Robin
Gnostic or New Age
In geopolitically terms, Paraguay is also one of the most connected with the GAE. For instance the Bush family is one of the largest landowners in Paraguay. Maybe it won't affect your average expat as much but in today's world it's good to know who is running a part of the world you're considering moving to...




I read about this years ago and thought it was just Uruguay so this is an important consideration as well. In the future, access to good clean water will be equivalent to what oil has been in previous decades. There's a reason the ruling class families are buying up farmland and in this example, access to the largest aquifer in the world.

The elite families have been planning for when national currencies are obsolete - and what will really be of value when this happens? They'll have access to all of the natural resources which can't be conjured out of thin air.
 
Good short one from GL:


I think that's a good take. I have to sadly agree with this his take, it's rather depressing but unfortunately true in my opinion.

I would say though that his recent video on crypto was uncharacteristically bad. He occasionally has these moments of pettiness and haughtiness that are cringe and show a rather low level of emotional maturity.

In fact, I would even argue that he was a little bit hypocritical in his bitcoin analysis, because he ignores the fact that bitcoin still is an absolute life-saver for people in countries who are trapped in the US/Globo-homo debt spiral that has absolutely ruined local currencies.

Despite bitcoin's recent crash, if you are citizen of Lebanon, Argentina, Sri Lanka, etc... bitcoin has saved your life, and allowed you to send/receive/store wealth in ways that even gold could not.

Heck even the Euro is down about 20% for the year, and heading south fast.

I always ask: fine you don't like bitcoin, so what's your solution to the average peasant in a 3rd world countries with a hyperinflating currency? Suck it up and buy oil stocks or ruble futures at your local stock market? Buy gold and smuggle it in a teddy bear mail package to your relatives?

Anyway, still like his take on a lot of things, but that video was very petty and weak sauce.
 

Parmesan

Kingfisher
Other Christian
Also if there is a war with Iran, Dubai will collapse. All that Iran has to do is hit their desalination plants with a half dozen of their thousands deep missile arsenal. It's going to be a bad scene then, with the locals monopolizing water and the expats getting the scraps..
I thought UAE was relatively friendly with Iran? I suppose it's likely UAE would side with Western globohomo in a World War, since the locals would happily outsource their security to America.
 

Parmesan

Kingfisher
Other Christian
I read about this years ago and thought it was just Uruguay so this is an important consideration as well. In the future, access to good clean water will be equivalent to what oil has been in previous decades. There's a reason the ruling class families are buying up farmland and in this example, access to the largest aquifer in the world.

The elite families have been planning for when national currencies are obsolete - and what will really be of value when this happens? They'll have access to all of the natural resources which can't be conjured out of thin air.
I suppose with time the elites would have enough "friends" in high places to protect their investment, but in a SHTF situation, would any Latin American country really give a crap what gringo owns what? It's not like these places have ever been particularly reliable to conduct business in, and in a time of chaos? Who knows. I agree water is an undervalued asset right now. Another way to invest would be stock in any type of water infrastructure and services. Desalination is a proven technology that is already in use at large scale.
 

COtrailrider

Robin
Gnostic or New Age
I suppose with time the elites would have enough "friends" in high places to protect their investment, but in a SHTF situation, would any Latin American country really give a crap what gringo owns what? It's not like these places have ever been particularly reliable to conduct business in, and in a time of chaos? Who knows. I agree water is an undervalued asset right now. Another way to invest would be stock in any type of water infrastructure and services. Desalination is a proven technology that is already in use at large scale.
Nowhere is really safe. The US government seized all gold at one point - they'll be coming after similar assets soon enough. If not outright then through inflation and more taxes. That's why flag theory is being talked more and more, to diversify one's assets/banking/business/residencies/etc.

It's also quite common to buy foreign property using a trust so that it's more shrouded in terms of exactly who owns what.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher
Other Christian
Interesting site.... do you know anyone there?
Thread here too



I'm not sure if CRP is a cat in disguise but if I was him I might keep my head low for a little bit.
Also, the fact that Paraguay is in the southern hemisphere means less radioactive fallout there in case of a nuclear war, which will only affect countries in the northern hemisphere...
That was something I always felt in parts of Peru if things went nuclear.
 

RedLagoon

Woodpecker
Orthodox Inquirer
Thread here too



I'm not sure if CRP is a cat in disguise but if I was him I might keep my head low for a little bit.

That was something I always felt in parts of Peru if things went nuclear.

" In 1964, World War III devastated the Northern Hemisphere, killing all humans there due to nuclear fallout. The only habitable areas are in the far reaches of the Southern Hemisphere, but air currents are slowly carrying the fallout south. "


 

COtrailrider

Robin
Gnostic or New Age
I think that's a good take. I have to sadly agree with this his take, it's rather depressing but unfortunately true in my opinion.

I would say though that his recent video on crypto was uncharacteristically bad. He occasionally has these moments of pettiness and haughtiness that are cringe and show a rather low level of emotional maturity.

In fact, I would even argue that he was a little bit hypocritical in his bitcoin analysis, because he ignores the fact that bitcoin still is an absolute life-saver for people in countries who are trapped in the US/Globo-homo debt spiral that has absolutely ruined local currencies.

Despite bitcoin's recent crash, if you are citizen of Lebanon, Argentina, Sri Lanka, etc... bitcoin has saved your life, and allowed you to send/receive/store wealth in ways that even gold could not.

Heck even the Euro is down about 20% for the year, and heading south fast.

I always ask: fine you don't like bitcoin, so what's your solution to the average peasant in a 3rd world countries with a hyperinflating currency? Suck it up and buy oil stocks or ruble futures at your local stock market? Buy gold and smuggle it in a teddy bear mail package to your relatives?

Anyway, still like his take on a lot of things, but that video was very petty and weak sauce.
He also seems to conflate BTC with all crypto. There's a lot of noise in this space but there's a few that I believe in which perform different functions. I don't think he's followed much crypto news for the past couple years - he seems to be mainly recounting years ago when someone offered to pay him in BTC. The entire crypto space has dramatically changed since then.
 
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