Recent content by brandwach

  1. B

    Argentine citizenship for foreigners?

    Ok, drilling down on this a little more. I travel a lot for business. What would be the estimate minimum time amount of days to be in the country per annum to satisfy this substantial presence requirement? like 100 days, 183 days? 250 days per year? Thanks
  2. B

    Argentine citizenship for foreigners?

    Ok, that makes sense.
  3. B

    Argentine citizenship for foreigners?

    I the first and only time I have ever been to argentina was in 2005 just for a visa run from Chile. I speak fluent spanish etc.
  4. B

    Argentine citizenship for foreigners?

    I don't currently live in Argentina and I would prefer not to live there full time as I am a business owner and have a lot going on here in Miami, FL. I would however like to get Arg citizenship. I would be willing to make frequent trips to AR and there is money available to pay for investments...
  5. B

    tax on world wide income

    "ponzi tax"-just great!. Right on!. I am glad that people see ss and medicare for what it is, finally.
  6. B

    Today’s Expat or Tomorrow’s Refugee?

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/todays-expat-tomorrows-refugee.html
  7. B

    Where’s the Land of Opportunity These Days?

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig11/hornig1.1.1.html
  8. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    No, to be clear, I pay my taxes because I am scared of the government. And for the aggression that you look for, just look up Irving Schiff on Wikipedia. And yes, I am not rotting in prison because I am more practical than I am commited to ideological consistency between thought and deed, ie...
  9. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    Dear City Girl, Consent is consent, that is what I meant to bring across. But I am sorry that my analogy offended you. "This "you just need a matrix of voluntary interactions/exchanges between two or more willing parties, ie a market/private property society" - please enlighten me - when and...
  10. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    Just because majority of people vote for one of the lesser of two evils doesn't make aggression just. Democracy can't justify aggression. And besides, the system is totally broken and controlled by the power elite. Think to the most recent election in the US: you had a choice between a...
  11. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    Dear Choripan, I’d like to respond to your post. Well, yes, I think government in any form in authoritarian, democracy is no exception. Taxation is authoritarian as it is foisted upon you against your will. Voluntary interactions are not authoritarian. Paying at a restaurant is totally...
  12. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    I never said that I wanted to gain another citizenship. But, I do see some disadvantages to keeping my US-citizenship. Anyway, I saw someone call not wanting to pay taxes "thrid-worldish." There is nothing lowly about wanting relations to be voluntary and free. There is something depraved...
  13. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    Some people asked about what I meant in my post. I just noticed a lot of pro-state retoric on the board critiquing the article on expatriation, things like, "oh everybody's got to pay their dues/fair-share" and "don't be greedy" and "we need state to promote the greater good." I just wanted...
  14. B

    American Expatriation Guide

    There is no coherent justification for state: It is nothing but force and agression. It flies in the face of natural law, based on property rights: starting with ownership of self, which are human rights. If state is so great and it creats so much value, then fine,sure reasonable people...
  15. B

    Having two passports a help wit entering and reentering Argentina

    Hum, interesting, I would be interested in more stories other people have in dealing with the whole dula nationallity thing, as I just found out I have both nationalities and havent used my new german passport since getting it a year ago. Thanks and best to you all.
Top