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[–] Goater [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Also, vote rigging was implied.

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[–] Goater [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Being hyperbolic for the sake of the discussion, for clarification, someone that isn't Chelsea horse but is clearly a globalist puppet.

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[–] TeranNotTerran 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This sounds like an option but it's going to be hard for me to let go of the US, if I ever do. I know it's bad here but this nation was born with the right values and intentions. I'd hate to let it go. I might rather die in a shoot out with the FBI at some remote property than give up on it.

That said, Chile has my curiousity. And wherever you are at sounds reasonable from what you've explained. Can we bring firearms?

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[–] Goater [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Understandable, I would have a similar sentiment for my own property and nation. Although, I'd have concerns over any nation state with many borders. The less borders the better.

As far as firearms, not really, much less strict than Australia though, you can just head to the outdoors store if you have a license and buy hunting rifles/shotguns, nothing like the U.S unfortunately. Bowhunting and spearfishing are popular and we need rifles to keep the ferals under control.

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[–] TeranNotTerran 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Gotcha, thank you. Are you referring to state borders or the size of the national borders?

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[–] SkinnyMagna 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I think you really ought to focus more on sustainability, and less on country club HOA rules. Get the right talent in there who can farm, build cottage industries, and even bring in money remotely. (Perhaps web developers?).

I get where you're coming from, having worked with hippie dipshits. I can't stand em either. But what really gets my goat --> dealing with people who want my money and talent to help build their little ideal utopia, and getting dicked in the contract.

If you want people to sink money into it, be prepared to give them the assets they bought, and the mutual respect they are due. They are your equals in the venture, not subjects to be given orders.

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[–] Goater [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Also, I'm a firm believer in air-tight contracts.

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[–] Goater [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The property is self-sustaining currently, HOA rules are for decorations and shit, that isn't my goal at all.

As to the right talent and money, if anyone is going to contribute more than the land, housing sites, power and water facilities, I'd love to chat with them.

I don't have the resources to support refugee's, you come here, you either sign a work contract partially guaranteed by a tangible asset or you bring something else to the table.

As in don't come here expecting a free lunch, if you want a house, you build it and pay for the housing site. I'm not looking to create a commune, people should have ownership over what they put in. Obviously there is money that they can't claim, such as shared assets etc, unless they come with a specific clause for sale or something similar.

Never would anyone not be an equal, but if you have talent, but no money, I'd at least like to offer the ability to relocate?

It sounds like you think I want a militia for some reason with subjects that I give orders to, I was simply suggesting another way to build a 'new country' in a sense, with shared communal assets but with both privately owned land, with which owners could do with what they please, within reason, and commonly owned land/facilities that belongs to all proportionally who have outlayed capital for it.

Edit: The idea also being that if they have the ability to outlay their share of capital or lease to buy for it through farm usage or other skills, then I'd expect them to also be financially literate enough to understand not wasting their money and or time than contributing into a depreciating asset.