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  • Citizenship by Investment

    The advantages of a second citizenship and passport all boil down to one principle: freedom. Your passport is the property of the government that issued it. Your government can revoke it anytime, leaving you trapped in your own country. Indeed, a second passport could literally save your life. During World War II, the Nazis invalidated German citizenship for millions of Jews. Most were shipped off to concentration camps where they died, but a few thousand Jews had a backup plan: a second passport they could use to escape to freedom. Dual citizenship coupled with a second passport can offer numerous … Continue reading

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  • Six Reasons

    The main reason you should eat chocolate? It’s downright delicious. But in case that wasn’t enough reason for you, we compiled together six health benefits which chocolate can provide that can help justify your chocolate addiction. Although it is true that chocolate contains sugar and should be consumed in moderation, if you stick with the dark variety, you can also benefit from its health benefits. These include: Anti-aging processing: Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants, which can help reduce inflammation in the skin caused by UV exposure. The components in dark chocolate can also slow down the aging process by boosting … Continue reading

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  • The United States Are Preparing a War

    Little by little, the partisans of the Cebrowski doctrine are advancing their pawns. If they must cease creating wars in the Greater Middle East, they’ll just turn around and inflame the Caribbean Basin. Above all, the Pentagon is planning to assassinate an elected head of state, ruin his country, and undermine the unity of Latin-America. John Bolton, the new US National Security Advisor, has relaunched the Pentagon’s project for the destruction of the State structures in the Caribbean Basin. We remember that in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the Secretary for Defense at that time, Donald Rumsfeld, created the … Continue reading

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  • A More Colorful, Diluted

    Generally seen as highly homogenous, Japan is changing fast. In Tokyo, Kawasaki and Osaka recently, I encountered quite a few non-Japanese working at convenience stores and restaurants, and saw many more on the streets. Japan’s largest immigrant groups are Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, Vietnamese and Brazilians. Though the last are mostly ethnic Japanese, they maintain a separate culture, so are perceived as Brazilians. In Kawasaki, a city just across a river from Tokyo, I entered a Peruvian restaurant with two Japanese friends, Ryo Isabe and Samson Yee. Born in Hong Kong, Samson spent parts of his childhood in England, has traveled all over and is married … Continue reading

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  • The FBI Manufactured ‘302s’

    The FBI calls its report of a given interview a “302.” This Luddite insistence on a written summary in the age of easy voice recording opens the door to all manner of misinterpretation. In the case of the 302 that recreated the initial interview with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in January 2017, that misinterpretation may not be innocent. To have any value, a 302 must be prepared within five days of the actual interview. That is FBI protocol as well. Last week, when Judge Emmett Sullivan ordered the Robert Mueller legal team to turn over the 302 for the Flynn … Continue reading

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The fat pink slobs who go roaring over the landscape in these over-sized over-priced over-advertised mechanical mastodons are people too lazy to walk, too ignorant to saddle a horse, too cheap and clumsy to paddle a canoe. Like cattle or sheep, they travel in herds, scared to death of going anywhere alone, and they leave their sign and spoor all over the back country: Coors beer cans, Styrofoam cups, plastic spoons, balls of Kleenex, wads of toilet paper, spent cartridge shells, crushed gopher snakes, smashed sagebrush, broken trees, dead chipmunks, wounded deer, eroded trails, bullet-riddled petroglyphs, spray-painted signatures, vandalized Indian ruins, fouled-up waterholes, polluted springs and smoldering campfires piled with incombustible tinfoil, filter tips, broken bottles. Etc.

Edward Abbey
Novelist / Environmentalist