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A Dutch refugee in Africa 30 Jul 2022 22:40 #76341

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Good day to you all and I hope everyone is fine. But seeing the need for MMS I'm afraid that's not entirely the case.
We "fled" Europe (The Netherlands) about 10 years ago. Wanted to leave much earlier but had to wait some time. Europe is going down and we saw that coming already 30 years ago. It's not a nice place to live anymore. So now living happily in the bush somewhere in The Gambia, West Africa hoping that the "western elites" will have not too much influence here. Since the end of 2014 the "we" has turned into "me". Unfortunately my love died here, and sometimes I wish I had died with her. Who wants to live forever when love must die. But I didn't. After a while found a new Gambian wife and we're trying to make the best out of it. Now I'm not into health as many other people are. The years that I have remaining I want to live as comfortable and pleasant and enjoyable as possible. Which means I make my own beer and grow my own tobacco. Yes, I smoke and drink. That doesn't look good on a health balance. So to even it a bit we catch our own fish, grow most vegetables ourselves and use medicine from our own garden, and there's a lot from that. As an example: I take 2 to 3 moringa seeds every day. Everybody around me gets malaria except me. (Not everybody wants to listen to good advice). We make antibiotics from moringa and other stuff from the garden. Apart from that I use MMS on a daily basis (not at the same time as the moringa seeds). We use Aloe Vera for skin problems and burns. I make mosquito repellent from Neemtree and Eucalyptus. There's still plenty to learn from nature.
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A Dutch refugee in Africa 02 Aug 2022 09:19 #76366

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Hello GOSSIL!! I think it's great that you moved to Africa, really great, I admire you, for such a big decision. I also thought about it 30 years ago, but I didn't dare!! If you have MMS, you don't need anything else for malaria. Humbel gave MMS to malaria patients and all were cured within 1 day. Don't you have such experience? Instead of tobacco, he prefers to grow cannabis, it is healthier. All the best!

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 02 Aug 2022 21:04 #76375

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Thanks Marti,
I know MMS is enough. Unfortunately I don't always have it available. So now I'm looking to make a larger quantity as soon as I find the right NaClO2. I live in the bush and it's quite far away from "the civilized" world. Also because of a very heavy rain season it's hard to get somewhere, not a lot of good roads here and most are destroyed. Even with my Land Rover it's a challenge.
As for growing cannabis.....very bad idea here. Not legal.

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 04 Aug 2022 07:23 #76389

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GOSSIP, hahaha, if you're in the wild there won't be any problems with legality, will you? But I wonder how you live there in the wilderness, what do you miss?
I wish you all the best!

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 05 Aug 2022 09:07 #76403

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Well Marti,
how I live here: mostly self sufficient. We have a well for the garden and a borehole for clean drinking water. Electricity comes from solar and I run everything on that, only when I'm welding I start the generator. Once a year we pay for land tax, which is a very small amount. No rent, no mortgage no other monthly costs. Only internet and shopping. We got a nice good producing vegetable garden and of course loads of groundnuts every year when the rain season ends. The ocean is about 1800 meters from here and a nice place to catch some fish. I'm always busy in the garden or in my workshop, doing woodworking, welding, fixing my Land Rovers etc. I try to make some extra money by trading on forex (sometimes you win, sometimes you loose). And I stay away from the manipulative facebook shit. There are better alternatives for fb. Life here is much better then life in Europe. Here is a lot of poverty but also a lot of freedom.

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 05 Aug 2022 11:57 #76404

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Thank you Gossil for sharing your experiences out there!! I believe it is very free there. Here in the EU, the last 2 years have been very bad, they locked us in our houses, introduced a curfew, mandatory wearing of masks, even though the holes in the masks are 20 times bigger than the virus. never mind! The war between Russia and Ukraine has raised the prices of gas, electricity, oil, food, everything...inflation is already 11%, gasoline has risen in price by 60% in a few months - all of this is being led in the background by multi-billionaire globalists, mainly from the USA. How do you spend your free time now?

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 05 Aug 2022 21:09 #76411

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About 30 years ago we already knew we had to get out of Europe. Took some time to make it happen. And guess what? They'll never see me again there.
How do I spend my free time? Well, all my time is free time. We got quite a big place here and the garden needs daily maintenance. Same for the vegetable garden. I plant trees where ever I can. Even outside the compound. Jump in the pool every now and then to relax my battered back. Permanent damage from too much/too long work. If time allows me I'll be in my workshop teaching my (adopted) son some woodworking skills and all kinds of other crafts. Clever little bastard he is. Great fun. This is Gambia, so education is a bit poor, better try and give him a head start. Two times a year (before and after the rain season) I drive around collecting broken blocks and do some road maintenance. That never stops because The whole of The Gambia is one big termite hill. We go to the beach every now and then, just to relax at a beach bar or do some fishing. When we first came here we had to drive 30 km to get some internet. Now we have internet at home, so I'm up to date with all the misery in the world. The west and the globalist are fucking it up big time. Here, whenever I meet somebody with some authority, I always tell them to stop listening to the west. The "West" don't give a damn shit about you. The Covid shit did not get a strong foothold here. They try, but Gambians are not interested, they have bigger problems. About my free time: I need more. Too much things to do.
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A Dutch refugee in Africa 06 Aug 2022 09:51 #76416

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very interesting to read you. When you mention COVID19 and The Gambia, I wonder if you wore masks, were you forced to get vaccinated, are there even any people vaccinated in your area. How about school, do you have a school for children? What about the language, how do you communicate with the locals? What does the rainy season mean - how long does it last and what do you do then? Are there a lot of mosquitoes and other critters?
all the best!

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A Dutch refugee in Africa 06 Aug 2022 09:54 #76417

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can you send me some pictures of the places where you live to the address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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