My friends had concerns. They were living in New York before and didn’t like the trends they saw in their home country.
There was too much debt. Too much war. Too much money printing. Too many lies. Too much spying. Too much violence. Too much uncertainty.
They wanted to distance themselves from conditions that made them uncomfortable.
So they made a very deliberate plan and took steps that led them to where they are today– living in their own paradise.
And they couldn’t be happier…

Charlie Chaplin lived the textbook American Dream.
He came from nothing, took huge risks, and leveraged his tremendous talent, hard work, and pioneering spirit to become successful.
But that was the early 1900s. And Chaplin’s was a different America.
For the average person, the American Dream is rapidly fading.

Less than a week after India’s surprise move to scrap its highest denomination cash notes, another front in the War on Cash has intensified.
It’s happening across the planet, from Australia to India to Europe to North America.

This is how it works: