AS AMERICANS LOOK TO ESCAPE THE GROWING THREAT OF ANARCHY, CHAOS & CIVIL WAR - we look at 1 option, THE ECODREAM COMMUNITY IN SOUTHERN CHILE...

originally published Friday, November 13, 2020

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Following massive vote fraud, which included intervention of software in swing States that automatically increased the number of Democrat votes to the level required to win, the New World Order controlled mainstream media declared an unequivocal Biden win. There is sufficient evidence of malfeasance for the Republican party and the courts to overturn this declared result and get Trump a 2nd term, if they have the stomach to press ahead with it. However, if they do then millions of Democrats, who have been told by the MSM that they have won the election are going to go berserk and on the rampage, possibly burning many cities. If they don’t then Harris will quickly become President which will mean that the country is finished. Either way, anarchy and chaos seem assured, even before the hyperinflation kicks in.


In the face of this prospect, many Americans who can “see the writing on the wall” are thinking of getting out and going and living someplace else. In this one-off article I am going to present one option to you that I happen to know about, because it’s just up the road from me in southern Chile, and in doing so I am not going to gloss over the downside of living here, or the problems and possible future problems that it may involve.

This option is a development known as the Ecodream Community, which is about 8 miles from Villarrica in the region of Araucania in the Lake District of southern Chile. Before describing this community project, or rather linking to its website, which is the easiest and most straightforward way of presenting it, I will attempt to tell you what it is like living in southern Chile, where I have been for the last 15 years. The EcoDream Community was started by a couple of friends of mine, an American from Iowa and his Australian wife.

The Villarrica volcano from EcoDream's land…


The Lake District of southern Chile is a really beautiful part of the world with 10 massive lakes stretching from just north of Pucon – Villarrica, where I live, starting with Lago Collico, and stretches right down to north of Porto Montt near the big island of Chiloe in the south, ending with the giant Lago Llanquihue above which towers the symmetrical cone of the Osorno volcano. These lakes are so big and extensive they make the English Lake District looks like a series of puddles. The lakes and associated rivers have many rapids and waterfalls and many freshwater fish, mainly salmon and trout.

“Monika” at Salta de Leon, Palguin, Araucania…


There is still a considerable length of shoreline on many of these lakes that is not developed, as you can see on the aerial photo of the northernmost of these big lakes called Lago Collico below. The climate is cool and temperate usually with a lot of rain in Winter, although it has got noticeably drier and sunnier in recent years. The Andes mountains to the east have huge stretches of natural forest.

Lago Collico, the northernmost large lake in the Chilean lake district…


The area in which the EcoDreams community is situated has its own special magic, with the 4 elements in abundance, fire in the form of sunshine and the lava of the volcanoes, which erupt from time to time, earth in the form of lush countryside and native forests, clean air in abundance with fresh winds either from the mountains or the Pacific Ocean and water in huge lakes, rivers and of course rain. This is in stark contrast to the capital Santiago where the air is thick with pollution and the water contaminated – the environmental devastation there is a big contributory cause of the terrible endless crime and delinquency.

Huerquehue National Park near to Pucon has thousands of ancient Monkey Puzzle trees…


Chile is a very varied country geographically. It is the longest country in the world and is shaped like a stick, but because it runs north-south, there is only one time zone (apart from Easter Island which belongs to Chile). Because of its length it crosses many different climate zones and the north part of the country is desert – that’s where the big gold and copper mines are. Towards the extreme south is Patagonia (where I live is at the northern edge of Patagonia which is famous for windswept islands and glaciers. For reasons that are not entirely understood, Israelis have been buying large tracts of land in Patagonia and I have personally met a couple of their scouting parties, who claimed to be on vacation after leaving the army. This is thought to be a backup plan in case Israel comes under existential threat, perhaps due to the collapse of the US.

With several active volcanoes nearby, there are abundant thermal springs, here is a famous one called geometricas that has 17 different shaped pools…

There is virtually no culture in Chile in the accepted Western sense - what there is, is either stolen, burned or destroyed by earthquakes. A few weeks ago for example a rampaging mob burned down a couple of the larger churches in the capital Santiago. If you like visiting museums, concerts, great cathedrals or the opera, forget it – a few years ago a mob ransacked the main cathedral in Santiago and dragged a big crucifix out into the street and destroyed it. Most of the older buildings in the larger towns have been shaken down by the violent earthquakes which occur at intervals here. The native Mapuches do have a culture of sorts which is probably rather similar to that of native Americans. They have some interesting traditional herbs and remedies and treatments etc., which are available around here. To want to live here you have to be an outdoors man, or woman – somebody who appreciates nature and wide open spaces, and perhaps sports too. With respect to this there are great opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, and skiing etc. It is also a place that appeals to people with practical skills who like building their own home and working on their own piece of land.

Typical farmland near to the Villarrica volcano…


You should be aware that generally speaking, Chileans don’t like foreigners very much. This isn’t discrimination on their part as much as you might think. They don’t like each other all that much other either and are continually fearful of being robbed. So they tend to huddle together as families partly because the youth often can’t afford a place of their own. So it is difficult to make friends here even if you speak the language, and it is not helped by Chilean Spanish being slurred and fast spoken. Unlike in say Germany, where if they detect you are a foreigner trying to learn the language they show interest and will help you, here they say “No speak English, in English.” and then often shut down and won’t talk with you. A cousin of mine returning home from here got into a taxi in Temuco and said “Holiday Inn por favor” to which she got the reply “No speak English”. She was going frantic, saying it slowly and clearly, but it didn’t make any difference. However, it does get better with time and there are good people everywhere, and with the right attitude you will find them.

”If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere” – Chileans are not friendly to foreigners, although this is a generalization…


For a far flung country with a low population, the cost of living in Chile is quite high. While I don’t have data on this, I can tell you that cars and electric appliances for example are expensive, and utility bills are high. On the other hand land and property are relatively cheap and the cost of labor is low. Before any of you run away with the idea that Argentina is better because it is much cheaper, which it is, it needs to be understood that Argentina is so mired in corruption that any contract you make to buy a piece of land might well not be worth the paper it’s written on, as after paying for the land, they could tear the contract into pieces right before your eyes and say “What are you going to do about it, then?” Up to now, at least, the rule of law with respect to such matters applies in Chile.

The big rivers around here are good for rafting…


The huge income inequality in Chile fuels deep resentment which is partly what was behind the widespread riots in the country last year’s although the worst of it was due to communist style infiltrators. The virus was a very well timed godsend to the government here because it meant that they could place the population under house arrest (oh, I’m sorry, lockdown), which certainly put a stop to the rioting. The senators in the government award themselves massive salaries while the minimum wage is barely enough to keep a cat alive. This is a big factor driving the huge property crime here which runs at 5 or 10 times the level in the US, that and the low morals of the population. If you attempt to live here as a foreigner, especially if you do not know the language, you can expect them to be trying to rob you every opportunity they get, either via outright theft of your property or by swindling you. This is the reason why you have to be very careful where you elect to live if you move here. Santiago is out of the question – burglar alarms and high metal perimeters don’t stop them and if you shoot them you’ll get much longer jail time than the burglar - and you are always at risk of a “portonazo” which is where you arrive home at your gated place and while you are waiting for the gate to open they drag you out of the car and then take it . The ideal sort of place is a house in a gated community away from the big cities and preferably up a hill – an isolated farmhouse is an invitation to trouble. The EcoDreams community that is the subject of this article is a good place because you would be amongst a group of like-minded people, including some expats, quite far from the big cities and with a more cohesive rural community who look out for each other, and with an on-site source of water and the ability to grow your own food.

Dawn view from Maund Acres…


A peculiarity of this region where the EcoDreams community is situated, which is the Araucania, is that it has a terrorist problem, although, up to now, it has been confined to the north and central part of the region about 100 - 150 miles north and not affected us here. The Araucania has a high percentage of native peoples, something like half or more of the population who are known as “Mapuches” and while most of them want to live normal lives and go about their business in peace, a percentage of younger ones have a grudge against the state, and they believe, with some justification, that the “immigrants”, which is everyone who has arrived here or the past 150 – 200 years, and the government have exploited their people and abused them, an obvious example being the chopping down of native forest and replacing it with eucalyptus and pine plantations for profit, and they seem intent on driving out the “invaders” and creating a “nacion Mapuche”. The problem is that the route they have taken to achieve this is violent, and it includes burning churches and trucks, which either involves them raiding depots and burning all the vehicles there or stopping trucks on the highway, and ordering the driver out before torching it. This happens every week and sometimes every few days, and the government and State security and the judicial system, which is infiltrated by communists / socialists are too weak and ineffectual to do anything to stop it. Sometimes the truck drivers stage a national stoppage but that has no effect either. I mention this because you need to be aware of two things with respect to this situation if considering living here. There first is that this violence could spread to here, and secondly most goods arrive here by truck from Santiago or from the ports to the west of it via one north – south freeway, called Ruta 5, which could be blocked or disrupted by these terrorists. One reason that the violence hasn’t spread to here is that many local Mapuches make a living from artisanal products and services that they sell to tourists, although like everywhere, tourists numbers have been severely impacted by the virus scam.

Mapuche silver jewellery…


How will “The Great Reset” that the New World Order have planned for us all affect things here? The 1st point to make concerning this is that the current President of Chile, billionaire Sebastian Piñera, is a Harvard educated NWO stooge. This is why, with respect to the scamdemic, anything that happens in the northern world happens here. Thus, they are all going round wearing masks now, and even though we are approaching Summer there has been a lockdown in force for weeks where I am. Unlike in a place like Germany, where some people are still capable of thinking for themselves, they unquestioningly believe everything they see on the television, and have no more idea what this virus scam is all about than a Labrador retriever. A consequence of all this unthinking compliance is that, as in most other countries, the lockdowns are wrecking the economy, as they are intended to. This will mean more unemployment, more poverty and desperation and more people on the prowl looking for victims to rob at knifepoint or gunpoint, and unlike in the US where it is relatively easy to get a gun, it’s quite a complicated process here, but that of course does not stop delinquents from having them. In order words it’s harder for you to legitimately defend yourself here. Another important development that must be kept in mind in respect to Chile, is that a few weeks back there was an election to decide on whether there will be a new constitution, to replace the one that dates from the days of General Pinochet, and the vote went in favor of a new constitution, although it will take 2 years to implement. The danger of this new constitution is that it could open the door for communists to take control. There are a lot of communists here, presumably because they didn’t get the memo about what Stalin did or what goes on China. If the commies do take over they can be expected to wreck whatever is left of the economy that is not already destroyed by the NWO, and they are likely to seize any private property that is deemed to be surplus to what you require to subsist etc.

General Augusto Pinochet continues to be reviled as a hate figure by the Left and the commies here, as you would expect, and is placed in the same category at Hitler. Yet General Pinochet understood the mindset of criminals and delinquents – he knew that the right way to deal with them was harshly, he made an example of offenders, so that those considering following suit would think twice. The result was a peaceful and prosperous society where there was little crime and women could walk the streets safely at night. Now he has gone and the judiciary here is comprised of daffy liberal women dressed in jeans and T-shirts who show more concern for the welfare of criminals than for their victims, and let criminals back out onto the streets weeks or even days after committing a crime, which may be motivated by them receiving threats to themselves or their families. It is actually amusing to see countries in the northern world, who have hypocritically portrayed General Pinochet as a Nazi, sinking into a quagmire of chaos and crime that their liberal policies have engendered, although lately of course they have come up with a novel solution that is generally worse than anything Pinochet did, by locking people up in their houses.


Practical problems that exist for persons wanting to live here that are believed to be considerably more difficult than when I moved here are obtaining citizenship, driving licenses and opening bank accounts etc. I do not know what the situation is now and if you are interested in moving here this will be one of the first things to address.

Finally, you have to ask yourself if you really want to uproot yourself from where you live and may have lived for many years and even grown up, to come to a place where initially you don’t know anyone and are effectively cut off from everyone in your life up to now. It is a very long way from the northern world to here and an expensive and exhausting journey to make, with most of the flights being “red eye” overnight flights now made worse by the health damaging mask wearing dictates. The way the world is headed you could very well end up never seeing your family and old friends again if you do come here.

The sort of people who would most appreciate moving to a place like this are younger, fit, independent, capable and who don’t care too much for their present company and are into making a new life from scratch, and who are outdoor nature loving sporting types who enjoy practical tasks. One big advantage of living here is the relatively low number of people.

Parasailing on Lake Villarrica, Villarrica volcano in background…


Given that the New World Order plan to kill a large percentage of the population and intend to do it either by means of forced vaccination or by mass starvation caused by economic collapse, or a combination of the two, you clearly have more chance of survival in a place with a low population where you can grow your own food. The population of Chile is only about 18 million, and of those more than 8 million live in the capital, Santiago, which means that you have a population of less than 10 million strung out along a country about 2,650 miles long, although it only averages 110 miles from east to west. Even taking into account that a large slice of the north of the country is mostly uninhabitable desert, that stills leaves a large area of fertile land with a relatively low population – this is why the Israelis have been buying up a lot of land here, and is why the EcoDream Community plots are such good value compared to what you would get in the northern world, with the added bonus of being surrounded by like-minded neighbors, which is clearly important in times of anarchy and chaos.

The Llaima volcano, which is the most active in South America, erupting at sunset…


If I haven’t succeeded in putting you off coming here by now by telling the truth about it perhaps you really are meant for this place, so here is the link to the EcoDream community…

EcoDream Community website


All photos by Maund, except the ones of Biden and the tombstones, and the paragliding one, because I was in the air.

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Posted at 1.30 pm EST on 13th November 20.

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