Pavol Lupták: Global Opportunists, Parallel Societies & Crypto Anarchy

by | Sep 15, 2023 | Podcast

“Most people didn’t care, don’t care, and will not care about freedom, and this is a fact. So, freedom-minded people were, are, and will always be a minority. And this is really important because when you realise this, you stop trying to change the global society by voting or by trying to make political changes, because political changes are for the mainstream and mainstream people don’t care about freedom. They never cared.

Pavol Luptak scaled

This week on the podcast I’m speaking with Pavol Lupták.

Pavol is someone who I’ve been trying to talk to for quite a while.  So many people have mentioned his name to me but he had thus far proved to be a pretty elusive guy on account of the fact that he is (amongst other things) a perpetual traveler. Fortunately for me, I bumped into him at BTC Prague where his company Liberation Travel had a stand next to the Free Cities Foundation bureau, and I managed to sit down with him for a couple of hours to delve a bit deeper into his fascinating life.

Pavol has been involved in the crypto anarchy scene in Prague for many years.  As the founder of both an ethical hacking IT security company and Prague’s Paralelni Polis, arguably one of the world’s most infamous Bitcoin and crypto anarchy hubs, he has a unique perspective on the ins and outs of creating parallel systems and opting out of mainstream structures. In fact, Liberation Travel’s sole purpose is to help freedom-minded people to leave oppressive situations and relocate to a better jurisdiction or become what Pavol calls a ‘Global Opportunist’.

Interestingly, something I didn’t know before this conversation was that Pavol has been visiting intentional communities and Free Cities projects for quite some time already, conducting personal research on different governance models. Look out for a couple of interesting projects mentioned in this conversation that I’d never heard of before and don’t forget that you can meet Pavol and all our other speakers in person in Prague in a few weeks time at our ‘Liberty in Our Lifetime’ conference.

Enjoy the conversation.

Automatically Generated Summary

Section Overview: This section introduces the Free Cities Podcast and the upcoming Free Cities Conference in Prague. The host, Timothy Allen, mentions his conversation with Pavol Luptak, a speaker at the conference who has a unique perspective on crypto anarchy and parallel systems.

Introduction to Pavol Luptak (t=0:00:10s)

  • Timothy Allen introduces himself as the host of the Free Cities Podcast.
  • He mentions that Pavol Luptak will be speaking at the upcoming Free Cities Conference in Prague.

Background of Pavol Luptak (t=0:00:55s)

  • Pavol Luptak is a Perpetual Traveler (PT) and has been involved in the crypto anarchy scene in Prague for many years.
  • He is the founder of an ethical hacking IT security company and Prague’s Paralelni Polis, known as one of the world’s most infamous Bitcoin and crypto anarchy hubs.
  • His company, Liberation Travel, helps freedom-minded individuals leave oppressive situations and relocate to better jurisdictions.

Research on Governance Models (t=0:02:03s)

  • Pavol Luptak has been visiting intentional communities and free cities projects to conduct research on different governance models.
  • He mentions some interesting projects that he discovered during his research.

Invitation to Free Cities Conference (t=0:02:49s)

  • Timothy Allen invites listeners to attend the Free Cities Conference in Prague to meet Pavol Luptak and other speakers.
  • He encourages interested individuals to secure tickets through Liberty In Our


Section Overview: In this section, Timothy Allen discusses his previous attempts to contact Pavol Luptak for an interview. He shares how he finally managed to meet him by chance at BTC Prague. They proceed with introducing Pavol and his work.

Previous Attempts to Contact Pavol (t=0:03:26s)

  • Timothy Allen mentions that he had been trying to contact Pavol Luptak for a while, as recommended by others in the Swedish community in Prague.
  • He explains that he sent messages but never received a response until they coincidentally met at BTC Prague.

Introduction of Pavol Luptak (t=0:04:07s)

  • Timothy Allen asks Pavol Luptak to introduce himself and explain what he does.
  • Pavol starts by mentioning his involvement in the creation of Parallelni Polis, an important crypto project, and organizing the HCPP Hackers Congress.

History of Paralelni Polis (t=0:04:29s)

  • Paralelni Polis was created more than 10 years ago as the first Bitcoin cafe where Bitcoin was accepted as payment.
  • It is considered one of the most important projects in Pavol’s life.
  • The HCPP Hackers Congress is the largest crypto-anarchist conference associated with Paralelni Polis.

Significance of Parallelni Polis (t=0:05:13s)

  • Pavol explains that Paralelni Polis has historical significance due to its connection with Czechoslovakia’s communist regime during the normalization period.
  • During this time, secret agents infiltrated society, making it difficult for any attempts to change the system or demonstrate against it.

Collapse of Totalitarian Regime (t=0:06:09s)

  • In 1989, when the totalitarian regime collapsed, a list containing names of people who collaborated with secret agents was released.
  • This included around 100,000 individuals who were involved in espionage activities during that period.

07:20 The Importance of Charter 77 and Václav Havel

Section Overview: This section discusses the significance of Charter 77, an important organization in Czechoslovakia during the communist regime. Václav Havel, the founder of this organization, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and became the first Czechoslovakian Democratic president.

  • Charter 77 was a crucial organization in Czechoslovakia during the communist regime. 07:20
  • Václav Havel, the founder of Charter 77, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and became the first Czechoslovakian Democratic president. 07:20

07:48 The Role of Václav Benda in Prague’s Dissident Movement

Section Overview: This section highlights Václav Benda’s role as a strong Catholic religious person and mathematician in Prague’s dissident movement after the collapse of communism.

  • Václav Benda played a significant role in Prague’s dissident movement after communism collapsed. 07:48
  • He was a strong Catholic religious person with a mathematical background. 08:12

08:12 The Paralelní Polis Manifesto and Building a Parallel Society

Section Overview: This section focuses on Václav Benda’s Paralelní Polis Manifesto, which advocated for building a parallel society within totalitarian communism.

  • In 1977, Václav Benda wrote the Paralelní Polis Manifesto, declaring the need to live in a totally transparent society within closed borders. 08:12
  • The manifesto proposed building parallel culture, markets free from government control, and even parallel legal systems. However, these ideas were never implemented at that time. 08:42

10:33 Inspiration from the Cypherpunks Movement and Bitcoin

Section Overview: This section discusses the inspiration drawn from the Cypherpunks movement, including influential figures like Timothy May and Phil Zimmermann, as well as the discovery of Bitcoin.

  • The speaker and their colleagues were inspired by the Cypherpunks movement, particularly individuals like Timothy May and Phil Zimmermann. 10:33
  • In 2009-2010, they discovered Bitcoin, which provided powerful cryptographic tools to achieve a parallel society. 11:03

11:59 Founding Paralelní Polis and Spreading Ideas of Freedom

Section Overview: This section explains how Paralelní Polis was founded as a project to spread ideas of freedom and parallel society.

  • Paralelní Polis was founded in Prague as a project to promote the concept of parallel society and freedom. 11:59
  • The speaker emphasizes that freedom is the most important aspect, with Bitcoin being a powerful tool for liberation. 12:52

13:16 Liberation Travel: Helping Crypto People Obtain Residency

Section Overview: This section introduces Liberation Travel, a company that assists crypto people in obtaining residency in territorial taxation countries such as Panama, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

  • The speaker started Liberation Travel to help crypto individuals secure safe residency in crypto-friendly countries. 13:16
  • They focus on territorial taxation countries like Panama, Paraguay, and Uruguay. 13:50

14:11 Embracing Crypto-Friendly Banking and Opening Companies

Section Overview: This section discusses embracing crypto-friendly banking options and assisting customers in opening companies.

  • The speaker believes that fiat money is becoming obsolete and envisions a future where cryptocurrencies dominate. They aim to be crypto-only without traditional bank accounts. 14:11
  • They mention opening a bank account with the crypto-friendly Bank of Georgia and helping customers establish companies in favorable jurisdictions. 14:41

Note: The transcript provided does not specify the language, so the summary is written in English.

15:38 Understanding Global Opportunism

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker explains the concept of global opportunism and its connotations in different languages. They highlight the importance of taking advantage of legal arbitrage and choosing the best options from different countries for various aspects of life.

What is a Global Opportunist?

  • A global opportunist takes advantage of legal arbitrage and the competition between governments to choose the best options from different countries.
  • It involves selecting different countries for specific aspects of life such as tax residency, bank accounts, healthcare insurance, etc.
  • The speaker clarifies that while “opportunist” may have a negative connotation in English, they use it in a positive sense to describe individuals who seek freedom and do not want to be controlled by governments.

20:08 Priorities of a Global Opportunist

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the main priorities of a global opportunist and emphasizes the importance of being free, flexible, and utilizing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin for liberation.

Main Priorities

  • Freedom is considered one of the most important priorities for a global opportunist.
  • Being global and flexible allows individuals to decentralize different aspects of their lives across multiple countries.
  • Utilizing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can help achieve the first level of liberation.
  • The next levels involve exploring opportunities related to citizenships, tax residency, company location, currencies used, bank accounts, healthcare, etc.

21:58 Practical Strategy for an Individual

Section Overview: The speaker provides practical advice on developing a strategy for an individual who already uses Bitcoin but has a UK passport and resides in the UK.

Practical Strategy

  • Since you spend most of your time in the UK and have a UK passport, focus on optimizing your situation within that context.
  • Consider factors such as tax residency rules (183 days), family situation, and other personal circumstances.
  • Explore opportunities to diversify aspects of your life in different countries if it aligns with your goals and priorities.

Note: The transcript provided does not contain further information beyond this point.


Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses different scenarios related to tax residency and territorial taxation in various countries.

Tax Residency in Territorial Taxation Countries

  • If you renounce residency in the UK and don’t have a center of interest there, you have options to become a tax resident of territorial taxation countries like Paraguay, Panama, or Dubai.
    • 23:06 You can create residency and become a tax resident of Paraguay or Panama.
    • 25:06 As a physical person, you only need to pay taxes on local income in Central American countries.
    • 25:53 Having a British passport allows you to live in the UK as much as you want.

Scenarios for Discussion

  • The speaker suggests discussing four scenarios:
    • 24:21 Scenario 1: Not staying majority of time in the UK
    • 24:42 Scenario 2: Living majority of time in the UK
    • 25:29 Scenario 3: Having non-US customers only
    • 26:18 Scenario 4: Having US customers

Benefits of Territorial Taxation

  • If you don’t stay majority of time in the UK and don’t have a center of interest there, it is beneficial to have tax residency or permanent residency in territorial taxation countries like Paraguay.
  • In Central American countries, as a physical person, you only need to pay taxes on local income.
  • A British passport allows you to live in the UK without needing residency.

Property Ownership and Tax Residency

  • Owning property in the UK does not necessarily signify tax residency there.
  • In some countries like Czech Republic, properties may need to be permanently rented rather than kept for personal use.
  • Local taxes are usually paid on rental income from properties.

US LLC Disregarded Company

  • If you don’t stay in the UK majority of time and are not a UK citizen, you can create a US LLC disregarded company.
  • This allows you to do business outside of the US but not with US customers.
  • The tax duty of the US LLC company is transformed to the tax residency of the owner in territorial taxation countries like Paraguay.
  • In this combination, you may end up paying zero taxes as a physical person.

Note: The transcript provided does not include timestamps for all bullet points.


Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses different tax perspectives and strategies for individuals who have international customers.

Tax Perspectives for International Customers

  • If you have international customers, creating a Panamanian company can be beneficial from a tax perspective.
  • Owning a Panamanian company allows you to issue invoices to your US customers while avoiding taxes.
  • However, opening a bank account for a Panamanian company can be challenging as most banks are unwilling to do so.


Section Overview: This section focuses on the challenges of opening a bank account for a Panamanian company and suggests alternative solutions.

Challenges with Opening Bank Account for Panamanian Company

  • Banks are generally reluctant to open bank accounts for Panamanian companies.
  • As a result, individuals may need to use cryptocurrencies or send funds elsewhere instead of having a traditional bank account.


Section Overview: The speaker explains that there is no single solution when it comes to combining multiple strategies for tax optimization.

Combining Strategies for Tax Optimization

  • When an individual does not spend the majority of their time in any specific country, they can become tax residents of countries like Paraguay or Panama.
  • By using an LLC company in the US for non-US customers and a permanent company in Panama for US customers, one can achieve zero percent taxation on consulting income.
  • Accounting requirements need to be fulfilled, but overall it offers an easy and low-tax solution compared to other options.


Section Overview: This section highlights the advantages of being able to travel extensively while working as a consultant and achieving zero percent taxation.

Advantages of Zero Percent Taxation as Consultant

  • For consultants who travel frequently, becoming a tax resident of Paraguay or Panama and using the LLC and permanent company setup offers several benefits.
  • Zero percent taxation on consulting income makes it an attractive option.
  • Accounting requirements are minimal, with only one declaration needed in the US at the end of April.


Section Overview: The speaker emphasizes the significant difference between zero percent taxation with minimal bureaucracy and one percent taxation with more administrative burdens.

Difference Between Zero Percent Taxation and One Percent Taxation

  • Opting for zero percent taxation is highly advantageous compared to paying one percent taxes, which involves more bureaucracy.
  • The speaker highlights that brokers play a crucial role in this scenario.


Section Overview: This section discusses the scenario where an individual needs to reside in the UK and explores options for minimizing taxes.

Minimizing Taxes while Residing in the UK

  • If an individual wants to be tax-free in the UK, they cannot have personal income as a physical person.
  • Offshore companies can be used for business purposes without paying taxes, but dividends cannot be received as personal income.
  • To cover living expenses, alternative solutions such as crypto loans can be considered.


Section Overview: The speaker suggests using crypto loans from companies like to cover living expenses when residing in the UK without personal income.

Using Crypto Loans for Living Expenses

  • Companies like offer crypto loans where individuals can use their Bitcoin as collateral.
  • By putting up Bitcoin collateral, individuals can receive a loan (e.g., 100,000 pounds) at a low interest rate (e.g., 5% per year).
  • These loans can provide a comfortable lifestyle without having personal income subject to taxes.


Section Overview: The speaker explains that living off loans, as many wealthy individuals do, can be a way to avoid taxes.

Living Off Loans to Avoid Taxes

  • The speaker mentions that wealthy individuals like Elon Musk often live off loans to minimize tax obligations.
  • By not having personal income, individuals can avoid paying taxes.
  • Utilizing crypto loans backed by Bitcoin collateral allows for a comfortable lifestyle without the burden of taxation.


Section Overview: This section provides additional details on how crypto loans work and the repayment process.

Details of Crypto Loans

  • When obtaining a crypto loan, the loan amount is based on fiat currency (e.g., pounds) rather than the value of Bitcoin used as collateral.
  • For example, if someone requests a loan of 100,000 pounds with 5 Bitcoins as collateral, they would need to pay 5% interest on the pound value (not Bitcoin value).
  • Repayment can be made from the loan amount or other sources, but it is important to consider future Bitcoin price movements.


Section Overview: The speaker discusses the belief that Bitcoin will increase in value significantly in the future.

Belief in Future Value Increase of Bitcoin

  • The speaker mentions that many people believe Bitcoin will rise significantly in value (“go to the Moon”).
  • This belief influences decisions regarding taking out loans backed by Bitcoin collateral.


Section Overview: This section discusses the concept of using Bitcoin as collateral for a loan and how the value of Bitcoin affects the collateral.

Loan Collateral and Liquidation

  • When you give Bitcoin as collateral for a loan, the value of the Bitcoin determines the amount of collateral.
  • If the price of Bitcoin increases, you can ask for another loan or increase your collateral.
  • However, if the price of Bitcoin decreases, there is a risk of liquidation where your collateral may be sold to cover the loan.


Section Overview: This section explores using loans to obtain citizenship in Saint Lucia without spending Bitcoin.

Obtaining Citizenship

  • The speaker plans to use their Bitcoin as collateral to obtain a loan for acquiring citizenship in Saint Lucia.
  • By buying citizenship, they can enjoy benefits such as staying in the UK for six months with a Saint Lucia passport.
  • The speaker mentions that this strategy allows them to maintain their tax-free status while living in different countries.


Section Overview: This section discusses the stability of Bitcoin compared to fiat currencies and why trust is placed in cryptocurrencies.

Stability and Trust

  • The speaker believes that Bitcoin is more stable than most national currencies due to its limited supply.
  • They express distrust towards fiat money, especially with central banks continuously printing money.
  • The speaker’s preference for cryptocurrency stems from their lack of trust in governments and central banks.


Section Overview: This section explores how individuals who rely on cryptocurrency handle daily transactions like taxes and grocery shopping.

Peer-to-Peer Trading

  • A community of digital nomads uses peer-to-peer trading applications like Vexel (in Czech Republic/Slovakia) to buy and sell cryptocurrencies.
  • Vexel allows for almost anonymous trading without the need for KYC (Know Your Customer) verification.
  • The speaker mentions that this type of trading is reminiscent of the black market or gray market, where transactions occur outside government control.

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44:09(t=2649s) Cryptocurrency Options for Withdrawals

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses various options for cryptocurrency withdrawals and highlights the benefits of each option.

Options for Withdrawals

  • 44:09(t=2649s) Canadian residents can withdraw up to 1000 Euros without KYC (Know Your Customer) requirements.
  • 44:35(t=2675s) is a recommended crypto card service based in Gibraltar that offers convenient withdrawal options. However, it is no longer available in the EU.
  • 45:01(t=2701s) offers a product called Cryptocurrd, which allows users to pay with Bitcoin, Lightning Network, USDC, and other cryptocurrencies. It functions like a normal MasterCard or Visa card.
  • 45:20(t=2720s) If using cryptocurrencies or cash is not possible, another option is to use a crypto card as a tax resident of Paraguay. This requires registering and topping up the card with various cryptocurrencies.

46:09(t=2769s) Banking Considerations: CRS and Non-CRS Countries

Section Overview: This section focuses on banking considerations related to Common Reporting Standard (CRS), non-CRS countries, and the impact on opening bank accounts.

Common Reporting Standard (CRS)

  • 46:09(t=2769s) CRS stands for Common Reporting Standard, which is a global financial reporting standard.
  • 46:33(t=2793s) The United States has implemented FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act), which requires most countries to sign agreements for reporting U.S. citizens’ income and assets.
  • 47:20(t=2840s) EU countries, including the UK, have also signed CRS agreements, which require reporting of bank accounts and balances for their citizens.
  • 48:04(t=2884s) Georgia is a non-CRS country that does not automatically report financial information. This makes it an attractive option for banking purposes.

48:27(t=2907s) Georgia’s EU Aspirations and Changing Circumstances

Section Overview: This section discusses Georgia’s aspirations to join the EU, its geopolitical situation, and the potential impact on banking regulations.

Georgia’s EU Aspirations

  • 48:27(t=2907s) Georgia desires to become a member of the European Union (EU), but its geopolitical situation poses challenges.
  • 48:57(t=2937s) Approximately 20% of Georgian territory is occupied by Russia, which may complicate its path towards EU membership.
  • 49:20(t=2960s) If Georgia enforces CRS regulations in the future, alternative options like Armenia or Azerbaijan could be considered for opening bank accounts.

49:47(t=2987s) Embracing Flexibility and Adapting to Change

Section Overview: This section emphasizes the importance of embracing flexibility and adapting to changing circumstances in navigating global financial trends.

Embracing Flexibility

  • 49:47(t=2987s) Life is temporary and constantly changing; therefore, it is crucial to adopt a flexible mindset.
  • 50:10(t=3010s) Long-term expectations should be avoided as everything is volatile. Focus on short-term perspectives (1-2 years).
  • 50:31(t=3031s) The trend globally leans towards more surveillance and authoritarianism, particularly in the EU and the US.
  • 50:31(t=3031s) South America, specifically Paraguay, may offer a less rapidly changing environment with fewer surveillance measures.

Note: The transcript is already in English.

51:24(t=3084s) Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the implementation of CBDC and its potential implications on privacy and surveillance.

CBDC Implementation

  • The EU plans to implement CBDC, regardless of public opinion.
  • CBDC could be a privacy intrusion and enable global surveillance.
  • Governments can control transactions, imitate money, and freeze transactions with CBDC.
  • To enforce CBDC successfully, governments need to eliminate alternative cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

Feasibility of CBDC

  • Some economists believe that implementing CBDC is impossible due to various challenges.
  • From July onwards, the US will launch “Fed Now,” which is an initial implementation of CBDC.
  • Fed Now is not based on blockchain technology but operates as a centralized control system.

52:49(t=3169s) Future of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

Section Overview: The speaker shares their perspective on the future of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in relation to government control.

Government Control vs. Crypto Usage

  • The speaker predicts that millions of people will continue using Bitcoin despite it being illegal.
  • Small transactions may still occur using cryptocurrencies, but governments will dictate major purchases like houses or cars through central bank digital currencies (CBDC).
  • KYC regulations will limit certain activities unless conducted with a CBDC.

Physical World vs. Virtual World

  • Governments aim to increase control over the physical world by raising property taxes and regulating businesses more strictly.
  • In contrast, the virtual world offers more freedom due to decentralization and unlimited possibilities.
  • Thanks to Bitcoin, governments are losing their monopoly over issuing money.

55:13(t=3313s) Government Control in Physical vs. Virtual Worlds

Section Overview: The speaker discusses how government control differs between the physical world and the virtual world.

Control in the Physical World

  • Governments will have increased control and become more totalitarian in the physical world.
  • Property taxes and regulations on businesses are already increasing, with examples from Czech Republic, Slovakia, and California.

Freedom in the Virtual World

  • In the virtual world, individuals will experience more freedom due to decentralization.
  • The speaker refers to it as a “second realm” or parallel system where governments are losing control.
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) may challenge government monopolies over issuing business licenses.

57:50(t=3470s) Government Monopoly and Decentralized Companies

Section Overview: The speaker discusses how governments are losing their monopoly over money issuance and predicts the rise of decentralized companies.

Government Monopoly Erosion

  • Governments are losing their monopoly over issuing money due to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
  • The speaker believes that decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) will further erode government control by challenging their monopoly over business licenses.

Rise of Decentralized Companies

  • In the future, decentralized companies may replace traditional government-controlled entities.
  • This shift could cause complications for governments if major corporations like Twitter or Facebook transition to decentralized models.

59:29 Maintaining Physical Freedom in the Future

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses strategies for maintaining physical freedom in the future and the importance of having good cards, such as a good passport.

Strategies for Maintaining Physical Freedom

  • Having a good passport or ID card is crucial for physical freedom and freedom of movement.
  • It is recommended to have at least two passports from different countries to ensure flexibility in case one gets revoked.
  • The example of Edward Snowden is given, where his US passport was revoked remotely, leaving him stuck in Moscow.
  • EU passports are considered valuable, with Spanish and Maltese passports being among the best options but can be expensive.
  • Non-EU passports, such as those from St. Kitts and Nevis or Saint Lucia, can also provide citizenship and extra rights at a lower cost.

01:03:30 Anarchist Perspective on Citizenship and Passports

Section Overview: The speaker explains their ideological stance against borders and discrimination based on citizenship. However, they acknowledge that playing the game of government policies requires obtaining the best cards to win.

Anarchist Stance on Borders and Discrimination

  • Ideologically, the speaker opposes borders and discrimination based on citizenship or place of birth.
  • They refer to it as a “Global apartheid” game that discriminates against people based on where they were born.
  • Despite their opposition to these systems, they recognize the need to play by government rules when forced to do so.
  • In this situation, they aim to obtain the best cards (citizenship/passport) available to maximize their chances of success.

01:05:03 Cost and Options for Second Passports

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the cost and options for obtaining second passports or citizenships through various programs offered by different countries.

Cost and Options for Second Passports

  • The cost of a Saint Lucia passport is approximately $100,000 to $120,000.
  • For St. Kitts and Nevis, there are two options: buying property worth at least $200,000 or contributing to the government fund with a payment of around $150,000.
  • It is emphasized that citizenship and passports can be bought as products in the free market but undergo background checks.
  • Any criminal records or corruption accusations may cause problems during the application process.

Note: The transcript provided does not cover the entire video.

01:06:52 Naturalization Process and Dual Citizenship

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the naturalization process for obtaining citizenship in countries like Panama and Paraguay. They mention that these countries do not allow dual citizenship, so individuals would need to renounce their UK citizenship if they want to obtain citizenship in these countries. However, there are exceptions for individuals with Spanish or Italian citizenship.

  • In countries like Panama and Paraguay, individuals can apply for citizenship after living there for a certain number of years and obtaining permanent residency.
  • The naturalization process typically includes requirements such as speaking the local language (e.g., Spanish) and passing exams on the history of the country.
  • Dual citizenship is not allowed in Panama and Paraguay, so individuals would need to renounce their UK citizenship if they want to become citizens of these countries.
  • Exceptions exist for individuals with Spanish or Italian citizenship who can keep their original citizenship while obtaining Panamanian or Paraguayan citizenship.
  • The speaker suggests that having both EU (UK) and South American (Panama/Paraguay) citizenships, along with residency and tax residency in South America, is an ideal combination due to the privileges associated with passports.

01:07:14 Health Insurance Options

Section Overview: The speaker discusses health insurance options for international travelers.

  • The speaker personally uses global healthcare insurance that covers all countries except the US. This type of insurance allows them to receive medical treatment anywhere without needing to schedule appointments or wait.
  • There are different tiers of coverage within global healthcare insurance. Inpatient coverage includes expenses related to hospitalization, while outpatient coverage includes one-day visits and check-ups.
  • The speaker mentions that they only pay for inpatient coverage since they prefer seeking healthcare services in Southeast Asia as a perpetual traveler.
  • They recommend using hospitals in Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur, as they offer high-quality services at a reasonable price and minimal waiting times.
  • The speaker emphasizes the importance of not waiting when facing serious health problems and suggests traveling to countries like Bangkok for immediate medical attention.

01:09:38 Healthcare Tourism

Section Overview: The speaker discusses their preference for healthcare tourism and shares their personal experience.

  • As a perpetual traveler, the speaker is a fan of healthcare tourism, which involves seeking medical treatment in different countries based on affordability and quality.
  • They mention visiting Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur for health check-ups or minor surgeries due to the convenience and efficiency of the healthcare systems in these cities.
  • The speaker highlights that immediate access to medical services without appointments or long wait times is common in Southeast Asian hospitals.
  • They share their strategy of paying cash for medical services, which grants them higher priority and allows them to receive reimbursement from their global healthcare insurance by submitting invoices.

01:11:55 Healthcare Systems Comparison

Section Overview: The speaker compares healthcare systems in the UK, US, and Southeast Asia.

  • In the UK, healthcare is free but often involves long waiting times. In contrast, the US offers fast service but requires significant financial investment.
  • The speaker believes that utilizing hospitals in Southeast Asia provides a balance between quality service and affordable prices.
  • They highlight that hospitals in Bangkok are renowned for their high-quality service at reasonable costs compared to Czech or Slovak hospitals.
  • Kuala Lumpur is also mentioned as another destination with good hospitals offering quality care.

01:12:49 Benefits of Hyperinflation

Section Overview: The speaker mentions the benefits of hyperinflation when it comes to accessing affordable healthcare abroad.

  • One advantage of hyperinflation is that countries experiencing it often have lower costs for goods and services, including healthcare.
  • The speaker encourages people to consider healthcare options in countries like Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur, where high-quality hospitals offer services at a fraction of the cost compared to other regions.
  • They emphasize the importance of exploring and taking advantage of these options for better healthcare experiences.

Note: Timestamps are approximate and may vary slightly depending on the source video.

01:14:27 Intentional Community in Panama

Section Overview: The speaker discusses an intentional community in Panama that is completely self-sustainable and independent. They mention visiting this community and describe it as a nice experience.

Intentional Community in Panama

  • An American guy bought a lot of land in the Panamanian jungle and created a completely self-sustainable independent community.
  • The community uses solar panels and produces all their own food.
  • It is referred to as an ecological capitalist community, as they value free markets and ecology.
  • Property can be bought or rented in this community.
  • The speaker recommends checking the website for more information.

01:15:50 Privacy of Communities

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the privacy of intentional communities and mentions that some communities prefer to keep to themselves.

Privacy of Communities

  • Some intentional communities prefer to maintain their privacy.
  • Not all communities are listed in directories or openly accessible to visitors.
  • If someone wants to visit a specific community, they should contact them directly.

01:16:04 Reasons for Visiting Intentional Communities

Section Overview: The speaker explains why they personally visited intentional communities, expressing an interest in alternative societies and diverse forms of governance.

Reasons for Visiting Intentional Communities

  • The speaker is interested in free cities, villages, and alternative societies.
  • They believe that having more heterogeneous political systems would improve society.
  • Visiting intentional communities allows them to explore different ways of governance.

01:17:04 Mennonite Community in Paraguay

Section Overview: The speaker shares their experience visiting a Mennonite community called Las Mananitas in Paraguay. They discuss the self-sufficiency and productivity of the community.

Mennonite Community in Paraguay

  • Las Mananitas is a strong Mennonite community in Paraguay, similar to Amish people.
  • The community is completely independent from the government and has its own social and healthcare systems.
  • They value education and provide support for smart individuals.
  • The Mennonites are highly productive and contribute significantly to agriculture in Paraguay.
  • The speaker visited the capital of this Mennonite community, which is called Philadelphia.

01:19:07 History of the Mennonite Community

Section Overview: The speaker provides a brief history of the Mennonite community, tracing their origins from Germany and Netherlands to South Russia, Canada, and finally settling in Paraguay.

History of the Mennonite Community

  • The Mennonites originated from Germany and Netherlands.
  • They faced religious conflicts with Protestants and Catholics, leading them to seek asylum in South Russia.
  • Later, they encountered problems with Stalin’s regime and moved to Canada.
  • In Canada, they had disagreements with the government regarding education policies for their children.
  • Eventually, they settled in Paraguay after years of traveling.

01:21:26 El Charan City in Michoacan, Mexico

Section Overview: The speaker mentions another interesting community called El Charan located in Michoacan, Mexico. They highlight that there is a documentary available about this city.

El Charan City in Michoacan, Mexico

  • El Charan is a small city located in Michoacan, Mexico.
  • It was featured in an interesting documentary around 13 or 14 years ago.

01:22:26 The Pure Pecha Tribe and their Unique Governance Model

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses the Pure Pecha tribe, an ancient Mexican tribe that has banned political parties, billboards, and advertisements. They have formed a private army to maintain peace and security within their community.

The Pure Pecha Tribe’s Governance Model

  • The Pure Pecha tribe is an ancient Mexican tribe known for their unique governance model.
  • They have banned political parties, billboards, and advertisements in their community.
  • They have formed a private army to ensure peace and security within their territory.
  • This decision has led to a significant decrease in crime rates, making it a peaceful paradise with almost no murders or crimes.
  • The community follows a form of dark democracy with six women and six men as leaders. There is no single main leader; instead, they strive for consensus among the twelve leaders.
  • Elections are held to choose these leaders, but traditional politicians and political parties are not present.

01:23:47 Personal Interest in Visiting Alternative Communities

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker expresses personal interest in visiting alternative communities like the Pure Pecha tribe. They discuss their motivation for exploring different governance models and informing others about alternatives.

Personal Interest in Alternative Communities

  • The speaker visited the Pure Pecha tribe one year ago out of personal interest.
  • As the only tourist or “Gringo” in the community, they were checked for any association with narcos (drug cartels).
  • They had interviews with the leaders of the community who follow a form of dark democracy based on consensus-building.
  • The speaker’s motivation for visiting such communities is purely personal interest in exploring different governance models that deviate from political homogeneity.
  • They aim to document these experiences as an influencer and inform people about alternative options beyond homogeneous societies.

01:25:00 Exploring Other Communities with Different Governance Models

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses their plans to visit other communities with different governance models, such as a Norwegian city called Lieberstad. They explain their intention to promote awareness of these alternatives.

Exploring Other Communities

  • The speaker mentions their upcoming visit to Lieberstad, a Norwegian city or village known for its different governance model.
  • Lieberstad is associated with the HCPP (Hackers Congress Paralelni Polis) and crypto logistics conference.
  • The speaker intends to attend the Freedom Fest of Lieberstad organized from July 26th to July 30th.
  • They consider themselves an influencer and aim to inform people about alternative governance models and deviations from political homogeneity.

01:26:34 Famous Alternative Communities in Europe

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses Christiania in Copenhagen and Liberland as famous alternative communities in Europe. They share their opinions on these communities’ governance models.

Christiania and Liberland

  • Christiania in Copenhagen is considered one of the most famous alternative communities in Europe.
  • The Danish government initially wanted to destroy Christiania but later recognized it as a tourist attraction.
  • Christiania is known for its anarchical or anarchosyndicalist principles.
  • While it may be seen as a tourist attraction, any variation from traditional governance models is considered positive by the speaker.
  • Liberland, another community visited by the speaker, is seen more as a freedom PR project rather than an established alternative community.
  • The speaker wishes luck to Vít Jedlička, the president of Liberland, but believes there is still work needed for it to become fully established.

01:29:15 Other Communities with Different Governance Models

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker mentions Roatan, a beautiful island in Honduras, and Prospera, a Bitcoin-based community. They discuss their experiences and connections with these communities.

Other Communities with Unique Governance Models

  • The speaker visited Roatan before the Bitcoin Prospera community.
  • While they don’t provide specific details about Roatan’s governance model, they mention its beauty.
  • The speaker has friends involved in Prospera, a Bitcoin-based community that aims to establish a unique governance model.

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01:30:05 Exploring Czech Communities in Ratan

Section Overview: The speaker discusses their interest in visiting Czech communities in Ratan and mentions the Prosper project. They also mention other bitcoin-centric communities like Bitcoin Beach and Bitcoin Lake.

  • Villages in Ratan are known for their strong Czech community.
  • The speaker wanted to visit these Czech communities as they were unaware of their existence.
  • They express interest in exploring the Prosper project, which they had heard about from people they met in Guatemala.
  • The speaker mentions other bitcoin-centric communities such as Bitcoin Beach and Bitcoin Lake, but has not visited them personally.

01:31:22 Bitcoin Community in Guatemala

Section Overview: The speaker talks about visiting Atitlan, a popular lake in Guatemala, multiple times before the emergence of bitcoin communities. They express a desire to visit the bitcoin communities there during their next visit.

  • The speaker has visited Atitlan three times and finds it to be a beautiful lake.
  • They plan to visit the bitcoin communities in Atitlan during their next trip.

01:32:11 Prague’s Strong Bitcoin Community

Section Overview: The speaker highlights Prague as having one of the biggest and strongest bitcoin communities. They mention various crypto events and conferences happening simultaneously in Prague.

  • Prague is considered to have the biggest and strongest bitcoin community.
  • There are currently multiple crypto events and conferences taking place simultaneously in Prague, including BDC Prague (the biggest Bitcoin conference) and Atrium conference.
  • Several notable companies related to bitcoin operate out of Prague, such as Parallelni Polis, Tresor Labs, General Bytes (world’s largest Bitcoin ATM producers), and mining companies like Braiins.

01:33:29 Unfriendly Crypto Regulation in Europe

Section Overview: The speaker expresses disappointment with the Czech government’s stance on cryptocurrencies and mentions the unfriendly crypto regulations in Europe. They discuss the negative impact of these regulations on companies and their decision to move out of Europe.

  • The speaker criticizes the Czech government for being anti-crypto.
  • They mention that many companies are leaving Europe due to unfriendly crypto regulations.
  • The speaker refers to Mica (or Micah), a crypto legislation, which requires extensive reporting and privacy intrusion for all transactions.
  • Prague, historically known as a Mecca of crypto, is losing people and companies due to governments’ anti-crypto stance.

01:34:49 Digital Nomadism and Family Life

Section Overview: The speaker discusses their personal strategy going forward as a digital nomad. They reflect on the challenges of being a digital nomad with a family and express the importance of consistency for children.

  • The speaker acknowledges that being a digital nomad may not be natural according to societal norms.
  • They argue that historically humans were constantly moving until the Agricultural Revolution.
  • The speaker believes that moving all the time is natural, but acknowledges that having children requires more stability.
  • They share their experience of traveling with their family for almost a year and realizing the need for a base or consistent place to stay.

01:36:25 Waiting for “The Moon” and Property Ownership

Section Overview: The speaker talks about waiting for cryptocurrency prices to rise significantly (“The Moon”) before considering property ownership. They mention not currently owning any houses or properties.

  • The speaker humorously mentions that they are still waiting for “The Moon,” referring to significant price increases in cryptocurrencies.
  • They state that they do not currently own any houses or properties like many others who are also waiting for cryptocurrency prices to rise.

01:37:37 Living Arrangements and Travel Strategy

Section Overview: The speaker discusses their living arrangements and travel strategy, including staying in apartments with friends, using cheap hotels, and utilizing services like Airbnb. They also mention their goal of finding the most suitable country to settle down in but express confusion after visiting many countries.

Living Arrangements

  • The speaker currently lives in an apartment with friends or stays in affordable hotels.
  • They mention using services like Airbnb or similar platforms for accommodation.
  • Their strategy involves moving between countries they enjoy, such as Uruguay, Paraguay, Panama, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Guatemala, Montenegro, and Portugal.

Finding a Suitable Country

  • After eight years of traveling to nearly 100 countries, the speaker admits feeling more confused than when they started.
  • They have found around 10 countries that they really like but haven’t found one where they can imagine spending the rest of their life.
  • Comparing it to finding the best music to listen to forever, they realize it’s a futile question.

Philosophy of Movement

  • The speaker has come to the realization that they want to keep moving until it becomes physically challenging.
  • If movement is not possible anymore due to circumstances, they will settle somewhere for the rest of their life.
  • They believe in constantly following their dreams towards utopia and achieving a freer society.

01:40:04 Traveling with Family

Section Overview: The speaker talks about traveling with their family and how it is possible to lead a nomadic lifestyle even with small children. They mention taking vacations together and visiting various European countries as a family.

Traveling with Family

  • The speaker confirms that they travel with their family at times.
  • They give an example of going on a two-month vacation trip to the Polar Circle in Norway with their family.
  • They have visited all European countries with their family, including Israel, Turkey, and China.

Nomadic Lifestyle with Children

  • The speaker mentions meeting other families who also travel extensively with small children.
  • They state that for their kids, constant traveling is normal and they adapt to it easily.
  • While consistency may be a challenge, the speaker maintains online connections with friends and communicates regularly.

01:41:49 Online Communities Manifesting in Real Life

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the possibility of online communities eventually forming in real life. They mention having an online friendship group and question whether this manifestation has been observed by others.

Online Communities Becoming Real

  • The speaker acknowledges the idea of online communities manifesting in real life.
  • They mention Balaji’s concept of network states as an example of this phenomenon.
  • While they consider it utopian, they believe that following dreams towards utopia is important.

01:42:43 Anarcho-Capitalism and Property Rights

Section Overview: The speaker shares their perspective on anarcho-capitalism and property rights. They discuss different political systems based on voluntary agreements within society and express their preference for a society that respects property rights.

Voluntarism and Political Systems

  • The speaker identifies as a voluntarist and believes that people should voluntarily agree on the political system they prefer.
  • They are open to socialism, communism, or even fascism if all members of society willingly participate.
  • However, they see anarcho-capitalism as the most rational and feasible system due to its emphasis on property rights.

Importance of Property Rights

  • According to the speaker, respecting property rights leads to a more prosperous society.
  • They argue that anarcho-capitalism aligns well with property rights principles.
  • Historical examples, such as private legal systems in Iceland, support the feasibility of anarcho-capitalism.

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01:45:32 The Minority of Freedom-Minded People

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses how most people do not care about freedom and emphasizes that freedom-minded individuals are always a minority. They suggest that instead of trying to change society as a whole, it is more effective to focus on connecting with like-minded individuals who value freedom.

The Majority’s Lack of Interest in Freedom

  • Most people do not care about freedom and will never prioritize it.
  • Attempting to change society through voting or political means is futile because mainstream individuals are indifferent towards freedom.

Connecting with Like-Minded Individuals

  • It is important to recognize that freedom-minded people are a minority.
  • Instead of trying to change the mainstream society, it is more productive to connect with other like-minded individuals who share similar values.
  • Meeting and collaborating with these individuals can be more impactful than attempting to convince the majority about the importance of freedom.

01:46:04 Evolution of Tyranny and Desire for Freedom

Section Overview: In this section, the conversation explores whether there comes a point in the evolution of tyranny where everyone realizes their desire for freedom. The speaker suggests that different levels of freedom exist and questions whether individuals only seek it when they feel directly oppressed.

Levels of Freedom and Desire for Change

  • As tyranny grows, there may come a point where individuals realize their desire for freedom from oppression.
  • Different levels of freedom exist, and when faced with being locked in a cage or experiencing extreme limitations on personal liberty, anyone would want to be free.
  • However, it is uncertain if everyone reaches this realization or if some continue following dominant figures without questioning their actions.

01:47:53 Genetic Predisposition towards Following Leaders

Section Overview: This section delves into the genetic predisposition of most individuals to follow dominant figures or alpha males. The speaker suggests that this tendency is hard-coded in our brains and explains why many people follow politicians as alpha figures.

Genetic Predisposition to Follow Leaders

  • Most people have a genetic inclination to follow dominant figures, similar to how submissive males follow alpha males in animal societies.
  • If individuals lack the ability to make decisions or dominate, it is evolutionarily advantageous for them to follow alpha figures.
  • This tendency explains why many people unquestioningly follow politicians, who are perceived as alpha figures.

01:50:09 Awareness and Changing Society

Section Overview: In this section, the speaker discusses the importance of awareness and critical thinking in challenging societal norms. They emphasize the need to spread ideas of freedom but acknowledge that most people will continue following leaders rather than actively seeking change.

Importance of Awareness and Critical Thinking

  • Many individuals are collectivists because they have never considered alternative perspectives or questioned societal norms deeply.
  • Spreading awareness about freedom can attract like-minded individuals, but it is crucial to recognize that most people will still choose to follow leaders instead of actively pursuing change.

01:51:22 Focus on Like-Minded Individuals

Section Overview: This section highlights the speaker’s skepticism about changing mainstream society and emphasizes the importance of focusing on connecting with like-minded individuals. They share their personal experience with attempting to create change through organizations and suggest that finding members of one’s tribe, such as within the Bitcoin community, is more effective.

Focusing on Like-Minded Individuals

  • Attempting to change mainstream society may not yield significant results.
  • Instead, it is more meaningful to focus on connecting with like-minded individuals who share similar values.
  • Finding members of one’s tribe, such as within communities like Bitcoin enthusiasts, can be more impactful in pursuing freedom and privacy.

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01:53:03 Privacy and Taxation

Section Overview: The speaker discusses the importance of privacy and expresses concerns about contributing to government regulations like GDPR while paying taxes to protect privacy.

Privacy Concerns

  • The speaker emphasizes the significance of privacy and believes it is crucial not to pressure or tax people in order to protect everyone’s privacy.
  • They express their reluctance to contribute to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) or similar privacy acts through taxation, especially when many people do not care about privacy.

01:53:27 Lack of Interest in Privacy

Section Overview: The speaker questions why they should pay for government regulations on privacy when most people do not prioritize or care about it.

Disinterest in Privacy

  • The speaker raises the question of why they should bear the cost of government regulations related to privacy if a majority of individuals do not value or prioritize it.
  • They express frustration with having to pay for something that others do not appreciate or support.

01:53:50 Appreciation for Conversation

Section Overview: The speaker expresses gratitude for the enlightening discussion and appreciates the opportunity to connect with the person they are speaking with.

Gratitude and Connection

  • The speaker acknowledges that others had recommended talking with the person they are conversing with, but they did not initially realize their connection with Power Parallelni Polis.
  • Despite this, they express sincere appreciation for the conversation and thank the individual for taking their time.
  • They mention remembering previous conversations and recall various details about their interaction.

01:54:09 Request for City List

Section Overview: The speaker requests a list of all three cities mentioned by the person they are speaking with, expressing interest in visiting them in the future.

City List Request

  • The speaker asks for a list of all three cities mentioned by the person they are conversing with.
  • They express their intention to visit these cities in the coming years and show enthusiasm for the project and like-minded individuals living in those cities.
  • They mention promoting the project as an alternative and emphasize the importance of connecting with similar-minded people.

01:54:29 Positive Outlook on Project

Section Overview: The speaker expresses admiration for the project discussed and states their intention to promote it, highlighting the need for alternatives and connections with like-minded individuals.

Support for Project

  • The speaker reiterates their appreciation for the project mentioned earlier.
  • They express a desire to promote this initiative, emphasizing its significance as an alternative option.
  • They believe it is essential to know that there are alternative options available and that there are communities of like-minded individuals residing in these cities.