A friend asked me why I would consider living in Costa Rica, since its government has been subjugated by the Jesuits. I listed it as one of the few countries to move to, in my book Who Really Owns Your Gold, Third Edition. The following article grew from a letter to another friend who lives in Costa Rica. In it, I explain how some countries are designed to fail while others, like Costa Rica, are designed for some measure of success.
If you look at the world as a grand game, a board of states with well-defined borders, it becomes easier to see how the Jesuits lay out these borders, confine citizens within, restrict movement across borders, and restrict undesirables from entering. It’s all a fascinating game to me, because so much can be learned by simply examining things from afar, putting the results together in coherent fashion, and making good sense of them. Read more