What do you think the first question on any nations census form should be?

US census form 1940.

US census form 1940.

Hi guys it’s Barry in D.R. Thanks for the many emails we’ve received regarding these two topics. First, the many kind words about how fresh and different our approach is to better surviving the upcoming train wreck and secondly understanding the reason for not posting everyday. For the last three weeks its been nonstop and we’re so humbled by the tremendous response. To date everyone that’s  come out on the tour has been nothing short of amazed. Everyone has already opened their own offshore bank account and most have already seen the value in securing a place to kind of bug out with a bit more relaxation… so to speak. These people have experienced for themselves that you don’t have to be rich to do this and that there’s a whole lot more to do here than just sit on some beach, even though they are beautiful. I’ve mentioned more than once in previous posts that: the costliest thing one can own is a “CLOSED MIND” A closed mind will cost you family and relationships, fortunes, health and a host of other valuable treasures that are presently in your life. It may even cost you your life or the lives of your loved ones, as who knows what will be in the not to distant future.

I’ve got a good question for all of you. What do you think should be the first question on any nations census form? Hold your thought for a moment as we’ll get back to it later in the article. But first another question. Do you feel it’s necessary to have such a question as the following on a CENSUS FORM:

Is this house, apartment, or mobile home

A. Owned by you or someone in this household with a
mortgage or loan? Include home equity loans.

B. Owned by you or someone in this household free and
clear (without a mortgage or loan)?
C. Rented?
D. Occupied without payment of rent?

I don’t see the need for a question like this on a census form… perhaps you do and that’s cool with all of us, but a census is about population. Should it include various ethnic categories to better break down the percentages of each. Quite possibly yes. Are you male or female…  for sure but do you own with or with out a  mortgage, I don’t think so.

If you have a minute go over to www.2010.census.gov/2010census/ Which is the official site of the Governments census bureau. When you hit the home page notice the very first of the five scrolling pictures. Now if it’s true about what many of the web sites say about hidden messages in both the pictures and symbols of the nations currency and it’s ways of relaying messages through various visual effects on their sites then this one might be worth some thought.

Census Coverage Measurement

I’ve copied here to this post just in case you didn’t have the chance to check it out on the site. It’s a picture of several fish about to be trapped in a net. What this has to do with anything regarding the census bureau is beyond me. However what did catch my eye shortly after  was the following. Why is every fish going straight into the net? Why is the net large enough so no possible escape plan can be orchestrated? Why are they all GOLD fish?  Why is the background visioned as an open never ending abyss of blue?

Look if they have over 20 symbols hidden in the one dollar bill and not to even get started on the seemingly never to be released new gold sided hundred dollar bill I wonder if this is really that far fetched. I’ve never been big on the “tin foil hat” stuff but have done extensive research on symbols and where they originated from. Now from my study in that area TRUST ME you would be very surprised and I do mean VERY. Just look at what’s on each side of the main stage of the house of congress or on the back side of a silver dime as a simple example. As for now back to the original question.

What do you think should be the first question asked on any nations census form? How about, “Are you a citizen of that nation”. Are you a U.S. citizen should be the question to be asked. BUT, it is not even on the form today.  I’ve checked back into the archives and years ago they asked where were you born. That is pretty much the same question as anyone knows you’re a citizen of the nation you were born in. Even in the U.S. prior to 1977 a birth abroad clause had been in place if you were born while in the U.S. and both parents were not U.S. citizens. You were automatically given the rights to bear both countries citizenship and at the age of 18 DID NOT have to relinquish either. I know this to be true as that’s what happened to me.

So ponder that thought for a bit and see if it makes any sense you you. I did take the time and check out archived census forms and yes some form of that question was on the older census forms so why not today? I’m confident (NOT) throughout the nations leadership the wisdom for it being omitted is there somewhere. If you dig deep enough, there is some sort of reasoning for supporting  it. Perhaps the same reasoning there that was behind supporting the G.M. and the “to big to fail” bailout programs. It’s all for our benefit, RIGHT?? Just remember that Governments are an engine of consumption not an engine of production. I’ll be on tours for the balance of this week so until the next chance we have to get together this is Barry in DR and I’m out.

John Filer October 13, 2012 at 4:43 pm

Hi Barry. Thank you for everything you’re doing with the DYD tours. I hope to reserve a spot sometime in the near future.

I wanted to ask you guys about passports. I like the idea of having an escape plan for if/when the dollar crashes. We all know it’s coming sooner or later. Some people believe that they will eventually declare martial law in the US. If that happens do you think they will prevent anyone from leaving the country without a passport?

I think the DR will be a good place to go to avoid the chaos but what if we’re still stuck in the States when it all goes down? I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Thanks again. John

Barry October 14, 2012 at 5:50 pm

Hi John, Thanks for the comment. John while nothing is ever for sure I encourage you to look back at some of my older posts. It covers you question pretty well. If history is any sort of guide when it comes to your topic anytime nations have passed new laws regarding immigration it seems that it carries on from THE DATE that the new law has passed and there after. Anyone who has even started the process has been grandfathered in as long as the process has been started prior to the new law being passed. One doesn’t have to look back any further than Germany, Poland, during the second war. The people that had the papers (as they put it in movies) were the one’s that boarded trains headed for Switzerland. The others boarded trains but for a far less desirable destination if you get what I’m saying. While nobody can be certain about how anything will come to play it’s been my experience that the only exception to this has been when it comes to international banking and offshore accounts. There grandfathering doesn’t come into the picture from what I’ve seen.

Stay Blessed

Barry in DR

Paul December 16, 2012 at 4:39 pm

The only info you are REQUIRED to answer on a census form (U.S.) are number of people living in the house.
That’s all I do.

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