Ladies and Gentlemen of means,

For thousands of years, the privilege of extraordinary wealth was reserved for political rulers. Only in the last decades has it become possible for more people worldwide to achieve such wealth. How? Success due to greater degrees of economic freedom. Today, according to Forbes magazine, there are 2153 billionaires in the world.

Wealthy individuals fulfill an important social task: They can realize new ideas that are too utopian for most of us, such as private space travel. If they fail, it costs only them. But if they succeed, these ventures can move humanity forward.

In this respect, I would like to ask you to support the establishment of a Free Private City.

It is indeed a disruptive technology on the “market of living together” that is capable of mitigating numerous political conflicts and creating prosperity for all. Unlike all other social arrangements on offer today, participation is voluntary and the rules are set beforehand.

The philosopher Rolf W. Puster evaluates Free Private Cities as follows:

“For the first time in history, the idea of freedom gets a chance to be realized undistorted together with its peace core.”

Free Private Cities have the potential to change the world and make those pioneers involved immortal. About $300 million is needed to make a first Free Private City work. We are already negotiating with governments about a possible territory.

If you are interested, I am at your disposal.

Yours sincerely,

Titus Gebel