After 2 years research, I think I’ve finally found…
The Single Best
“Just In Case” Place
In The World
Did you know the world’s largest pyramid is not in Egypt, but in Mexico?
It’s called the Great Pyramid of Tepanapa (often referred to as The Great Pyramid of Cholula). And, according to The Guinness Book of World Records, it is not only the largest pyramid in the world… but also… the largest monument in the world.
Amazingly, it’s just one of thousands of pyramids spread throughout Mexico.
However, there’s also another Central American country that boasts many large pyramid complexes, too.… but… unlike much of Mexico these days, this country…
Is Actually Safe To Visit!
Further, not only is it safe to visit, but English is the official language. And still further, it’s just a short 2 1/2 hour flight from 3 major U.S. cities… and… I believe, it is…
The Single Best “Just In Case”
Place In The World!
But why am I telling you all of this?
Over the last several years our way of life in America has taken a definite turn for the worse… with very few signs whatsoever of it getting any better. To the contrary, all signs point to things getting worse…
MUCH, MUCH WORSE!
For example, consider these startling facts:
- There’s record unemployment: According to USA TODAY, only 45.4% of Americans had jobs in 2010, the lowest rate since 1983… with the number of jobless men at 66.8%… the lowest on record! And, even though unemployment fell to a four-year low in April 2013 to 7.5 percent (normal is 5.5% to 6%)… there are still 2.6 million fewer jobs today than when the recession began in December 2007.
- There’s record inflation: Inflation, using the reporting methodologies in place before 1980, hit an annual rate of 9.6 percent in February of 2011, according to the Shadow Government Statistics newsletter. But, you don’t need anyone to tell you that the price of EVERYTHING has gone up substantially… and… continues to do so.
- There’s record debt with a harsh day of reckoning coming: America closed the books on 2012 with debt at an all-time record $16.1 Trillion! (To give you an idea of how much $1 trillion is, if you spent $1 million every single day since the birth of Christ, you still would not have spent one trillion dollars by now.)
- Healthcare has spun out of control: Over the last decade, the number of Americans without health insurance has risen from about 38 million to about 52 million. And, according to a report published in The American Journal of Medicine, medical bills are a major factor in more than 60 percent of all personal bankruptcies in the United States. What’s maybe even more alarming is the fact that, of those bankruptcies that were caused by medical bills, approximately 75 percent of them involved individuals that actually did have health insurance.
And then there’s Obamacare… which… many predict—like similar systems in England and Canada—is going to lead to increased insurance premiums, increased medical and medicine costs, rationing, long delays… and… a lower quality of healthcare services!
- Another alarming healthcare stat: Back in 1965, only one out of every 50 Americans was on Medicaid. Today, one out of every 6 Americans is on Medicaid!
- China now owns the United States economically: The Chinese central bank is our largest debt holder at nearly $1 trillion dollars. That means the average American family with two children collectively owes around $12,000 dollars to China!
- We are still fighting in Afghanistan: This is costing us more than $100 Billion a year (not to mention the lives lost)… and there’s no real end in sight. (According to the research organization, the National Priorities Project, to date, we’ve spent over $1.4 trillion on Iraq and Afghanistan combined!)
- Big Brother is here: Maybe a little later than George Orwell’s classic book, 1984 suggested, but privacy is a thing of the past. The average American is caught on camera at least 200 times a day… and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
- The dollar is (and has been) on a major downswing: The American Institute for Economic Research released a report that said—and this should definitely alarm you—the purchasing power of the dollar has decreased by more than 95% since 1913.
Listen: I could go on and on. But I don’t see the need. Anyone with eyes to see and ears to hear can easily recognize that living “The American Dream,” has become harder and harder… and could rightly be referred to today as “The American Fantasy.”
I don’t know about you, but all these things have definitely rattled my sense of security.
But there is an alternative… and… a quite elegant alternative to safeguard you, your family, your assets and your privacy.
Hi, Jared Brewer here. Because of the increasingly worsening situation we have seen (and are) facing in America, for the last few years I have been visiting and studying a quaint little country that is the perfect “just in case place” should you desire safe harbor abroad. The fact that it’s also a tropical paradise doesn’t hurt either.
In fact, while I really like living here in my home country, I must confess, I’m in love with this little country. And my family loves it, too. So much so, I’m already a “resident” and I’m planning to open up a Powerful Living solar office there to serve that part of the world.
Don’t get me wrong, I love America. At least I love what America used to be like. It’s the America I grew up in. The America where…
- We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, doors, or cabinets, and when we rode our bikes, we didn’t have to wear a suit of armor…
- As children, we would ride in cars with no seat belts or air bags…
- Riding in the back of a pick-up on a warm day was always a special treat…
- We drank water from the garden hose and NOT from a bottle…
- We shared one soft drink with four friends, from one bottle, and NO ONE died from this…
- We ate cupcakes, white bread, and real butter, and we drank soda pop with sugar in it, but we weren’t overweight… because… we were always outside playing!
- We would leave home in the morning and play all day… with the only requirement that we had to be back when the streetlights came on…
- No one was able to reach us all day… and we were okay…
- We would spend hours building our go-carts out of scraps and then ride down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. After running into the bushes a few times, we learned to solve the problem…
- We did not have PlayStations, Nintendos, X-boxes — no video games at all, no ninety-nine channels on cable, no DVD movies, no surround sound, no cell phones, no personal computers, no Internet, and no Facebook… we had friends, and we went outside and found them!
- We fell out of trees, got cuts, broke bones, and knocked out teeth, and there were no lawsuits from these accidents…
- We ate worms and mud pies made from dirt, and the worms did not “live in us forever”…
- We were given BB guns for our tenth birthdays, made up games with sticks and tennis balls, and although we were told it would happen, didn’t put out very many eyes…
- We rode bikes or walked to a friend’s house. We knocked on the door, rang the bell, or just yelled for them!
- Little League had tryouts and not everyone made the team. Those who didn’t had to learn to deal with disappointment. Imagine that!
- The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke the law was unheard of. They actually sided with the law!
- We—because of our upbringing—produced some of the best risk-takers, problem solvers, and inventors… who subsequently have turned the last fifty years into an explosion of innovation and new ideas…
- We had freedom, failure, success, and responsibility, and we actually learned from it!
Was life simpler when we were allowed to play outside until the sun went down and dad came home from work? Yes, without a doubt, but I think it goes far deeper than that.
We knew our neighbors. In fact, the parents of our friends looked out for us, as our parents looked out for their kids. We dealt with things at home, and I am not sure about you, but there was corporal punishment in my home. If you lied, if you broke your neighbor’s window playing stickball, if you came home with anything less than a B on your report card, there were consequences…
Consequences We Were Very Aware Of!
Such as, in my case (and most of my friends’ cases), it involved picking a switch from outside with the stern warning of, “And don’t bring me back the smallest one. You’re just going to have to go back out there and get another one!”
I can still hear my dad saying this to me!
We had strict times when we could and couldn’t watch TV, which consisted only of a few channels—assuming, of course, the rabbit ears worked. I am not sure about you, but my parents didn’t have to worry about ratings on the shows because we watched everything with them, and they were our policing system. If they didn’t like a program, the TV got changed to a new channel or shut off. In our case, if a program went off, my parents didn’t owe me an explanation, which was another reminder that they set the rules in the house.
Although we had a telephone in our home, it never even crossed my mind to call my buddies down the street. No, I got on my bike, rode to his house, rang the bell, and asked his mother very politely (and whom I referred to by her last name), if her son could come out and play. I feared his mother as much as I feared my own. However, I don’t think it was really fear. It was just how I was raised. My mother took great pride when someone told her that I had good manners.
We walked to school and we got good grades because we were expected to do so. We studied hard, and we knew the consequences of even attempting to go outside without having finished all of our homework. The short term included facing my parents, and the long term meant not getting into college and making something of myself.
Again, nobody policed us except for our parents.
It was a shock when something bad happened in the neighborhood. And I don’t mean when I fell out of a tree and broke my arm. I mean when something happened that rattled our sense of security.
And I don’t know about you, but again…
My Sense Of Security
Has Definitely Become Rattled!
The life that we as Americans have come to know is eroding. You notice it in small things, and when they add up, it isn’t a pretty picture. Depending on what you value, you notice it popping up in different ways. Maybe you see the prices of groceries and gas going up, and you realize that they’re never going to go back down. Maybe, like many of us, you can’t understand why we need to be so dependent on foreign oil and why we can’t drill domestically.
But will this really solve the problem? It’s just one aspect of all the things that have gone awry, isn’t it?
Maybe you see the influx of illegal immigrants into the U.S. as a threat to your way of life. You used to compete with other Americans for jobs, but with outsourcing and hiring people without papers, you’re seeing the pool of available jobs shrinking, and many of them going to people who don’t value what you do, don’t speak the language, and only came here to make money and send it back to their relatives.
They’re not committed to
America the way you are.
But will creating tougher borders and strengthening the immigration policy make the difference? Perhaps it will change things temporarily, but will it permanently? Ask yourself seriously if you think so.
Equally disturbing is the thought of children across America who are being arrested and cited by boards of health for having the audacity to sell lemonade in front of their homes. Hardly isolated incidences, these are among the list of regions where the health department has come in and issued fines or, if you can imagine, have actually had these children arrested!
- Portland, Oregon
- Seattle, Washington
- Midway, Georgia
- Salem, Massachusetts (I guess the witches have now been replaced with illegal lemonade sellers.)
- New York City
- St. Paul, Minnesota
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (How ironic that the Liberty Bell is just around the corner.)
- Miami Beach, Florida
- Coralville, Iowa
- McAllen, Texas
- St. Louis, Missouri
- Los Angeles, California
Amid the ridiculousness of this situation, there are a whole host of other reasons to want to tell the government to back off.
Quite honestly, I could write a book on how things are changing in this country from what was once a carefree place to live to a place where…
It Won’t Be Long Before You Need To Show Papers To Go From State To State!
And to what end? To save its position as the richest nation? Excuse me, but even that is slipping rapidly. If projections are correct, Social Security benefits will be completely depleted by 2037. Our politicians are quibbling over reducing $3 trillion of spending over the next ten years when the debt amassed—as I mentioned earlier—in the last eight or so years taps out at over $15 Trillion.
Let me ask you: How long do you think it will be before the mounting debt catches up to us?
Look: This is not meant to be a rant, but rather, I am saying that maybe, just maybe it would be prudent to start thinking of an alternative.
And that’s where the aforementioned, quaint little country I’ve been visiting comes in. I tell you, one of my favorite things about this country (among many things) is how it resembles what life was like in the Midwest in the 1950’s.
But beyond that, there are some other truly great benefits you can expect to enjoy there…
- A great tropical climate that stays in the 70’s and 80’s year-round… where the sun shines nearly every day… giving you consistently breathtaking sunrises and sunsets…
- A diverse landscape in which to choose… from islands… to a mainland Caribbean coast with white-sand beaches… to a lush green interior with fertile farm land, mountains, rivers, waterfalls and caves…
- A simpler, slower, less stressful lifestyle… and… a much lower cost of living than in the U.S. or other first-world countries. For example: A couple can live well including regular meals out, a house keeper and gardener for under $2,000 per month… even less in some areas of the country…
- A stable government based on the Canadian constitution…
- English as the official language and an educational system that is English-based…
- Only a 2 1/2 non-stop flight from Atlanta, Miami or Houston… with other (albeit) slightly longer non-stop flights from Dallas, Charlotte and Newark…
- Secure international business structures…
- A fixed exchange rate of 2 to 1 with the U.S. dollar making banking, investing and business much more straightforward…
- Hi-speed Internet access… making it easy to conduct business and stay in touch with people back home…
- Tax advantages… even legal tax-free living in certain circumstances…
- A strong, stable, banking system that still maintains bank secrecy… unlike many other well-known banking “havens” around the world… and… (unlike Panama) you can open a bank account with ZERO dollars and without visiting the country…
- Government mandated bank liquidity rates of 24%… one factor that explains why not a single bank in this country failed during the recent banking crisis…
- Qualified Retired Persons program at age 45 which lets you enjoy the tax advantages of being a resident… even if… you spend as little as four weeks a year in this paradise…
- A strong economy… (6% growth a year) with low inflation (1.4% a year) the last six years…
- Abundant natural attractions… including… mountains, white-sand beaches, rainforests… and… the second-longest barrier reef in the world that offers world-class snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing… Sailing, swimming and windsurfing are nice options also…
- The world’s biggest concentration of ancient Mayan sites dating back thousands of years…
- Friendly, hospitable, independent and humble people…
So, what’s the name of this amazing little country? It’s…
You know, people have been touting the benefits of Belize for years… and for good reason. However, there are some insider secrets I have uncovered that you’d be hard-pressed to find in any other way… and…
You Absolutely Need To Know These
Insider Secrets If You’re Considering
Belize As A Permanent Or
Semi-Permanent Place To Live!
Over the last year alone, I’ve been to Belize three times researching, filming and gathering every single piece of useful information a person needs to relocate or retire in Belize and live off the grid.
And, I’ve put it all together into a complete course titled…
The Ultimate “Just In Case” Place