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Colorado Libertarian Self-Sustained Community - Lots $700/DN - Deed In-Hand After No-Interest Payments

The land is already purchased. Spectacular views. River access. Large enough area/population potential to establish our own recognized TOWNSHIP government re-establishing the constitution as the law of the land and common law being the way controversy is decided.

1) Mind your own business.
2) If you can't mind your own business... at least take your neighbor's business to your neighbor first.
3) Handle things with a jury of peers from the community if one and two fail you.

Now these lots are 1/4 acre - $1,400 - 4 lots gets you by basic standards on municipal code for a septic system - after we have established our local governance however municipal codes would not even be able to be presented via deception because the presumption they apply would be rebutted by our government of the people - in law - and filed into that county's records.

1) Virtual elimination of outside interference in community affairs.
2) Aside from your up front acknowledgement of the general guidelines (see sample above 1-2-3) which binds us all together with the community that we will not INVITE outside interference into our affairs - you have complete freedom.
3) Productivity increase up to 900% - imagine what you can do when 90% of your labor energy is not being waysted on bankster banquet tables?

If you would like to be part of a community that seeks to be both self-sustained without having to be "communistic" in nature and are tight on cash... I MAY -> MAY be able to get you in for $700 on a quarter acer with the REMAINDER TO BE PAID INTEREST FREE in 6 months.

So that's it... the price of freedom from a majority of tyranny out there is just $700 up front - while supplies last.

There are roughly a total of 100 lots. Let me know if you are interested in getting more information and I can set up a three way skype call so that you can interview the owner. I may consider a talkshoe however certain sensitive information cannot be released until local governance has been established in law - for obvious reasons.

We're just a group of folks that wish to be left alone. No talk of violence going on here. Peaceful independence comes from being ALLOWED to be self-sufficient by those that would much rather you were dependent on a system they feed off of.

I look forward to hopefully filling up these lots for someone I consider an accomplished patriot who is doing the rights things. When the SHTF - it is your local community that will largely decide whether you live or die. There's just no simpler a way to put it than that IMO.

If you would like to participate in the local governance before physically moving, thereby ensuring you know what rules apply with full and honest disclosure, get with us ASAP and we can get you to work with us right away on making sure your concerns are addressed in YOUR government.


P.S. So we are CLEAR - you could likely have some sort of interum deed to the property until the remainder is paid - at which time 6 months later you will have a warranted deed and full rights, title and interest to the property. Simply put: $700 and hitch up your home and bring it to Colorado and let's get started on our survival plan with respect to what is potentially brewing on the horizon.

This is for brave and free people. If that's you I'm talking to... I would be honored if you would join us.

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I do aquaponics. It still

I do aquaponics. It still takes space and there are only so many things you can grow in it. Trust me, I've grown it all. Even poppies.

fodder feeding

is the other half of the equation if you want to raise goats on small acreage.

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So.... goats for milk and

So.... goats for milk and cheese and butter (which is much harder to get from than a cow but let's ignore that)... and maybe meat too if you want to kill of your small supply of milk. It's gonna be small because you have nowhere to put them. Now, do you want to grow just fodder for the fish to eat in your aquaponics system? If so then how about the rest of your vegetables and what are the goats going to eat?


You feed the goats the AP waste and fodder. You feed the fish duckweed and leftover veggies. You also feed your chickens sprouts, part of the fodder process. You have one greenhouse devoted to fodder. You have another one for AP. You have fish, eggs, chicken and the offspring of your dairy goats for meat.
You would have to buy grain, but you could buy a couple tons of it once and be done for years, if you had good storage. It is possible to finish grains out to seed in an AP system, although we have not tried that yet and do not know how big a system you would need to reach zero inputs.

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Thank you. Finally someone

Thank you. Finally someone with some knowledge.

I have trouble finding good

I have trouble finding good land websites. You have any recommendations?

Partially correct.

You can buy land in a lot of places for a lot cheaper.


1,400... enough for a house and a small garden hmm? Umm... okay if that's your dream home brother... God bless ya!

A bunker requires more than 1/4 acre?

I meant the price for just

I meant the price for just the land, duh. And yes, 1 acre is nothing. You can put a house and a garden on it and you'd have nothing left. Unless you think you're going to build self-sufficient bunker that runs on the same supply as your house (meaning electric, water, septic, air, storage, defenses, escape hatches). Good luck with that.

You do realize how small a quarter acre is yeah? It's like 10X30 yards. You might want to live in a "libertarian" New York City, but I doubt many people do.

I know exactly how much a quarter acre is.

It's a quarter acre more than I have now. The premium price is for the views and the practicality of self-sufficiency.

Oh I just noticed that this

Oh I just noticed that this post was made by you. Hahahahaha, NOW I GET IT.

You are quite

the queer fellow aren't you? What exactly do you got and dare say I hope it's not contagious?

You guys would make great

You guys would make great neighbors! Hatfields and McCoys!


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If you want to put your money

If you want to put your money into it and go build a house there I say go for it. But I don't think it's worth it. If it IS in fact true, then you could do worse with your money. Land is land, but i just think that there would be cheaper and better land. Also, it looks to me by what he is saying is that you pay for the first 1/4 acre and you have to pay for the other 3/4 within 6 months. So, you HAVE to buy 1 acre is seems to me. In any case, go for it. I wish you luck.

I said what I meant I said.

Your comment is irrelevant. Restating what I said would be redundant. Stop pretending you are my old roommate and somehow have discovered my evil plan to do... whatever is in your suspicious... irrationally over-paranoid mind.

You will NEVER get

You will NEVER get self-sufficiency from 1/4 acre or even 1 acre. No way no how. I'm a country boy. I know what you can grow on land and what you can't. 1 Acre would never get you self-sufficient. You'd need almost an acre just to get your grain, and that's if you were good at it.

Haysoose,Look up the book on


Look up the book on amazon...

'Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre'

and friggen go learn something. I'm tired of reading your retarded posts.

Go read the book Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson and learn why consuming grains is BAD for you.


“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

I'm just curious, since you've read the book

Why does that amount of land only provide 85% of the food a family of four would need? Also, what about having to rotate the land use? Does he have a way to replenish the land so that you can continually grow on it that's practical?

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I'm pretty sure the

I'm pretty sure the production of grain was the reason men were able to stop foraging. I don't care what some dude writes in a book. Go try it out for yourself dipshit.

LOL You're one of the biggest


You're one of the biggest idiots on this forum. I'm not going to even try to explain proper nutrition to you.

You keep following the government food pyramid and telling others how important 'grains' are. No wonder most Americans are obese.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Still think it's the

"Hatfields and McCoys?" - I think it's just this arsehole and the rest of the world. I think he's basically a paid heckler.

Not only do I know it, I live

Not only do I know it, I live it and do it. Go ahead and try living a year on 1 acre. I'll laugh at your dying bag of bones.

Mr. Grain...please stop

Mr. Grain...please stop embarrassing yourself. You have no idea what you are talking about.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Prove it.

Prove it.



“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Ever hear of hydroponics?

With an intelligent set-up you can grow enough veggies for two people in one small room. Chicken coop doesn't require a lot of space. If you need/want a bunker you put it underneath the house which seems like the most logical place to put it for a handy escape to the "bat cave" if the case see's fit for it... what else have you got?

You obviously need to do more

You obviously need to do more research and testing. Hey, go for it. I say set it up and be all you can be. Go for it right now. You obviously have it all figured out. Good luck, buddy.

Yes, actually, I do

Yes, actually, I do aquaponics but you'll never get enough grain from doing that nor will grain actually grow well in a hydro/aquaponic system. This is not the first time I've seen you be very unrealistic. Do you actually research crap you talk about or have your ever tried it? You still need space to do any kind of growing system. Do yourself a favor and look up how much grain you can grow per foot and you'll how it would not be possible. You cannot grow enough food to be self-sufficient on one acre. It is totally impossible. That is unless you want to live on wheat bread and die within 6 months.

LMAO... Haysoose knows


Haysoose knows nothing about health or nutrition. Go read the book Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson and quit talking your 'grain' nonsense.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul