Why I started the Find a Free Country Project

382338_430877440327826_960375771_nThe Find a Free Country Project was not established with the intention of creating a mass movement to effect change. Nor is it intended to communicate broadly in order to educate the masses. If you still believe in such things then I wish you the best of luck, but this may be the wrong place for you!

I set up the Find a Free Country Project hoping to find a small group of like-minded freedom lovers who are willing to consider doing something to preserve our lives and personal liberties in the event that the USA is no longer a safe place for freedom lovers to live.

As the saying goes: a wolf in a pack has a better chance of surviving than a lone wolf, but a sheep can at best hope to be well fed before being slaughtered.

I can only speak for myself, but I do not want to be a lone wolf or a sheep. If like-minded individuals join together, perhaps we can form our own pack?

I don’t want to change the world. I don’t want to rebel or start a revolution. I don’t believe any of that will work. I just want to find a place to live free, and I believe there are places out there waiting. Is that so much to ask?

Again, I am looking for a small group of like-minded people who will join together to at least consider doing something practical in order to protect ourselves and our families. Complaining is ok if it leads to progress, but just complaining and doing nothing is unacceptable! If you are interested in helping please contact me. If not I will continue with this project as a lone wolf, and I will continue to wish all of you the very best, but I will not lay down my life and liberty for sheep.

About fafc

The goal of the “Find a Free Country Project” is to research, explore and find a safe and secure free country outside the USA, that is not too large, has a relatively open immigration policy, has a friendly business climate, has a non-intrusive government committed to freedom, and then move to it.
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5 Responses to Why I started the Find a Free Country Project

  1. southlib says:

    Hi! interesting idea that you have, i’m sure many libertarians have the same idea. I was thinking about countries with more potential, that match requirements like low population, and i thought about the Falkland islands. They have only 5k or so inhabitants, in a much bigger area. There’s many immigrants from other countries. There’s also going to be a referendum about possible independence from the UK. If the Free State Project aims to relocate 20k people, in the Falkland only some 5k would be necessary to achieve majority, assuming you’re unable to convert the natives.

    • admin says:

      Well that is what this website is about. There are a lot of possible places out there. Maybe we can get together with enough people to agree to go?

  2. southlib says:

    That would be nice. Actually i just checked and the actual population of the Falkand is 2,800 people.

    • admin says:

      I will add the Falklands to the list, but it will be up to you to register and add to the wiki!

    • admin says:

      Well like I said, I added the Falklands to the Wiki. Now it is up to you. If you are not interested in participating I will go ahead and delete it.

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