El Salvador. The Savior.
Isn’t it weird how life comes full circle?
Last time I was in El Sal was in 2005 when my sailboat got wrecked; I got rescued (not by the navy as reported); was known as “that crazy Canadian adventurer”; and set out to start a whole new life based on not answering to any man or institution who wants to deprive me of my personal autonomy to live however I want… except if it hurts another. You might have seen my Libertad (freedom) tattoo, yeah?
This week I flew to El Salvador on a private plane with my faithful sidekick Lucy, still a crazy adventurer I suppose –– ending up in a place called Libertad and fully believing that this could be a place of safety and independence for our community.
That’s what Lucy and I are talking about today: It only takes one person, one event, one catalyst to change EVERYTHING! And even though I will never be in favor of governments, or presidents, or legal tender laws, I also believe that every step forward for the good guys is a step backwards for the bad guys. I don’t want to say too much here, watch the video if you want to see more about Bitcoin Beach and the life-changing …world-changing…stuff that’s happening in El Salvador right now, as well as how you can join this (r)evolution –– it’s pretty fan-fckng-tastic!
You see, what people don’t get is that you can’t legislate morality. No government can ever control people’s moral freewill by putting laws in place. You can’t pass laws that will force individuals to acquire character and integrity.
People will eventually do whatever they want. Only you can choose for you:
- You choose to share your money with the IRS and the banks and the insurers and the investors.
- You choose to wear a mask and get vaccinated against the flu so your kids can go to their indoctrination camps.
- You choose to toe the line under an illusion of “democracy”.
- You choose to be brainwashed every time you switch on the television.
- You choose to stay in America, or Canada, or Australia and coping with the extortionate costs of food and housing and everything else.
And every time you choose one of these things, you are making a choice against freedom.
But if you want to build a life that matters and not live in fear, joining The Dollar Vigilante is a good start. Setting up residency in El Salvador, too…
“An important decision I made was to resist playing the Blame Game. The day I realized that I am in charge of how I will approach problems in my life, that things will turn out better or worse because of me and nobody else, that was the day I knew I would be a happier and healthier person. And that was the day I knew I could truly build a life that matters.”
― Steve Goodier