Growing up I served the wealthy; that was my job in many forms. I worked at this private yacht club called Belle Haven. It's where the Moxley murder happened (Kennedy cousin dodged it for decades), and where many famous and wealthy people retired and relaxed. They paid a community tax, had a private security force and a club they all could enjoy on the long island sound shore. Tax havens are real and could be used by us too, right? Ethically even?
My wife has had cancer 3 times, has no thyroid and needs to see doctors constantly - this is non-negotiable. We love the Gerson therapy. We love essential oils. We love our team of doctors (traditional to naturapathic), accurate blood tests and emergency procedures too! I'm going to be paying for whatever I can afford without question for her care to be the best I can make it - if the community I moved into had an affordable plan that I could buy into, that could be the clincher for our family moving into it. I'd also like to know how they set their insurance up as a community, so I can do the same when we setup ours My wife is currently CANCER FREE (4 years running), just FYI. We cleansed for about 5 years. We are eating 90% local organic but off the Gerson now (once we render lard, we'll cut out the coconut oil!); the rest I grow or raise. Living close to earth eating from good soil is the key for us to a cancer free life. Anyway, if anyone knows a community who's figured this out, let me know I want to run a school-based community with communal spaces for resources and businesses, but private land around the communal space.
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