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Whossane
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Incept: 2018-01-25

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One should immediately recognize that the government has chosen to benefit in the short term but they couldn't care less about the future. As such they are not fit to lead the country. They should be removed immediately, preferably by vote but if not, "When in the course of human events...."
John117
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Incept: 2009-02-19
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Damn Karl. We knew this answer 10 years ago. STARVE TO BEAST. Reduce your footprint and get ready for the blast with a few close friends on whom you trust your life.
I've trained and prepared for years, but the sadness was too much and I went back into my coma to avoid the pain. I was on a Trump high for a while, but as I remind all my younger co-workers trading like mad and "making money" in this market, nothing has changed since 2008 and nothing was fixed.

And when the next down leg of the GFC happens (and it will) it will be nuclear and unstoppable. God, I hate saying those words.

And with that, I'm off to Ruck some and buy more ammo/food.

FWIW, Should the day come, I'll be on the line. I won't be the first, but I'll be there long before the 100th monkey.

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Now we face the danger which in the past has been most destructive to the human - plenty, comfort and ever increasing leisure. No dynamic people have ever survived these dangers. - John Steinbeck
Whitehat
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Incept: 2017-06-27

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2nd shot at the original question, you get alarmed when you first become aware of the ramifications of this plan of action, and then you do everything in your ability to stop it and enlist others to work with you within the parameters of the system. when this fails you have only two options, leave or revolt. as an aside during the first part of the process active shunning of everyone and everything that supports the dangerous plan including those who support them as third parties. when the situation goes Schumeresque those who were shunned might become targets.

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There are two ways to be rich: One is by acquiring much, and the other is by desiring little.
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"Be not deceived; God is not mocked; for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" (Gal. 6:7)
Daninkansas
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Incept: 2018-07-06

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Isn't this an analogy to the non-sustainability of debt based finance? So we're in deep do-do. Major conflict and disruption is near certain. The problem is not in the stars. Engage? Disengage?
Radiosity
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Incept: 2009-03-05

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Flashy - Just an FYI that Hungary has INSANE tax burdens and is corrupt as ****. Poland might be a better bet if you don't want your hard work being taxed into oblivion.

If you've heard Orban ranting about the EU or Soros, just know that it's little more than political grandstanding. At the end of the day, Orban and his pals don't like having their cronyism upstaged by a foreign crony like Soros.

Further reading, but you should absolutely do your research yourself before moving there:

https://meanwhileinbudapest.com/2016/06/....
Flashy
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Radio,
Thanks, I have lived in Budapest before with a Hungarian girl.
Everywhere is corrupt, the UK and USA more so than most other places, it's just that the propaganda is better at hiding it from the masses.
From a tax perspective I'm a non dom in Cyprus, the lowest tax rates in Europe, zero income tax and zero dividend tax, with a requirement of only 60 days residency per year. Fully legal and above board. The climate is great too :)
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