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Latin American Secret- Uruguay...safe haven and safe country...

While Panama has actively promoted itself as an offshore financial haven, Uruguay has maintained an enviable low profile. But the fact is, Uruguay is South America's only low-tax, offshore jurisdiction that is not widely known as an offshore haven.

Uruguay offers a number of financial vehicles for those who are concerned with privacy, anonymity, and favorable tax treatment.

Hmmmmmm.....and away from US influence....


They also mention this company Capital Conservator:



Uruguay.(official full name in Spanish: República Oriental del Uruguay; Spanish pronunciation: [reˈpuβlika oɾjenˈtal ðel uɾuˈɣwai], Oriental Republic of Uruguay[3][4]) is a country located in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to 3.46 million people,[1] of whom 1.7 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area.

It is bordered by Brazil to the north, by Argentina across the bank of both the Uruguay River to the west and the estuary of Río de la Plata to the southwest, and the South Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. Its surface is 176.215 km² being by its territorial extension the second smallest country in South America, larger only than Suriname and the French overseas department of French Guiana.

Montevideo was founded by the Spanish in the early 18th century as a military stronghold. Uruguay won its independence in 1825-1828 following a three-way struggle between Spain, Argentina and Brazil. It is a constitutional democracy, where the president fulfills the roles of both head of state and head of government.

The economy is largely based on agriculture (making up 10% of GDP and the most substantial export) and the state sector, Uruguay's economy is on the whole more stable than in its surrounding states, and it maintains a solid reputation with investors.

According to Transparency International, Uruguay is the second least corrupt country in Latin America (after Chile),[5] with its political and labor conditions being among the freest on the continent.[1]

In November 2007 it became the first Latin American country and the second in all of the Americas (after Canada) to recognize same-sex civil unions at the national level.[6]

94.6% of the population are of European descent.[7] 66% of Uruguayans are declared Roman Catholics.[8] Uruguay is South America's most secular country, where there is no official religion, and in which church and state are separate.[9]

more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uruguay

CIA factbook on Uruguay:


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I need to get hold of as

I need to get hold of as many South American friends as I can. I'm trying to sway Chilean friends on waking up to this whole thing by writing to editors in newspapers (the online ones but still). I'm telling my Chilean college friends too about the whole thing. I know I must be crazy but South America might be the last showdown with the NWO. I'm going to tell my friends to have us all get together and make sure that W and his cronies aren't welcome over here. I'm telling them about how the UNASUR is just a tool of the NWO corporatists. It's going to take nerves of steel to beat these c-suckers, there's no use to get into panic and get hyped up, even though I feel like doing it. You guys have been amazing, 1000% non-stop but you've done everything you could (although I know many of you will keep going). I want all us ex-pats (and freedom lovers who want to pitch in) to unite and try to convince those countries that haven't realized what's going on. Chile knows about the crisis but I need to tell them what plans the corporatists have for all of us.