April 2004 Missive

From the Publisher's Desk
April - 2004

Fast Forward Ten Years!

"Opium and morphine are certainly dangerous, habit-forming drugs. But
once the principle is admitted that it is the duty of the government
to protect the individual against his own foolishness, no serious
objections can be advanced against further encroachments... Is not
the harm a man can inflict on his mind and soul even more disastrous
than any bodily evils? Why not prevent him from reading bad books and
bad plays, from looking at bad paintings and statues and from hearing
bad music? The mischief done by bad ideologies, surely, is much more
pernicious both for the individual and for the whole society, than
that done by narcotic drugs."

-Von Mises, Human Action

We've noticed recently an ever more encroaching phenomena. Ten years ago when PT Buzz was first published, nary an article, newscast or commentary discussed privacy or the theft of it. Fast forward ten years and it is an everyday occurrence. Whether that is good news or bad news is for you to determine.

Speaking for ourselves, we think it is very bad news indeed. The theft of your rights and privacy is now so common place and blatant, one can not help but to read, hear or experience it first hand on a daily basis.

The real issue is what to do about it? Some advocate you protest by writing congress, the courts, or in the schools, or you can try to catch the attention of the media, etc.

Our feeling is to PT, prepare thoroughly. We receive numerous mails every month from disgruntled persons who can not renew their passports due to owing back taxes, child support, or even having a minor criminal record, etc. Whether or not you believe this is fair depends on which side of the fence you're on. However with that kind of thinking, the US President, who has a criminal record and is the first US president to be elected(?) with a criminal record (drunk driving,) should NOT be allowed to travel abroad either!

During our recent sojourn, we ran into a long time, trusted associate who turned us onto a respected citizenship program in South America with a name change offering some very interesting and flexible possibilities. The country's passport is valid for ten years and is renewable for life thereafter at any host country's consulate.

Included are the usual cedula, drivers license, etc.. The documents are registered on the host countries computers so everything is registered and kosher.

Amazingly the process takes about 8 to 12 weeks depending on how fast you respond with the requirements. The cost of just Euro 25,000 for an excellent travel document allowing for visa free travel to most of Europe, Asia, Central and South America, offers excellent value for money.

Though PT Shamrock is not a party to any dealings between potential clients and the associate, we can and do vouch for their honestly and reliability, something sorely missing in today's world. We've known them for 13 years and they have never lost any of their clients money. They have always delivered the goods, or made full refunds in the few cases that merited it.

For the serious player remit our referral fee of Euro 1,000 direct to PT Shamrock. Once we receive your fee, we will place you in direct contact with source who will answer all your questions and process your application.

Please note: do not ask us for the name of the country. Also note that all funds are payable 100% up front to source NOT to us, so do not apply if you are not serious and ready to move forward

Time is of the essence. As with all things in life, the window of opportunity on a program like this doesn't last long!

See you next issue!


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