Tag: honduras

The Narrative vs. The Truth: Prospera ZEDE Takes on Media’s Lies

 

Próspera housing project designed by world-famous firm, Zaha Hadid Architects.

A promising community is bringing investment, jobs, and technology to the poor nation of Honduras. Unsurprisingly, the Left wants to snuff it out.

Próspera is located on Roatán, a Caribbean island about 40 miles east of the mainland. With approval from the government and security via international treaties, a group of investors created an oasis of low regulations, fair taxes, and the best legal protections offered by common law. This Zone for Economic Development and Employment (ZEDE) is a special jurisdiction anchored in the Honduran Constitution that allows Próspera to establish semi-autonomous legal, administrative, and regulatory institutions.

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That the country you are ‘fleeing’ is a stinking cesspool of corruption and poverty.  The United States did not make your country what is now—YOU DID!  Either by voting in politicians who used their office to rob the poor and inflict injury upon its population, or because they promised ‘free’ stuff, or used fear and […]

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I’m intrigued by the concept of setting up zones in poorer areas that have separate legal, economic, administrative, and political (LEAP) protections than their host country does. John Fund talks today about one such project taking place in Honduras: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/383899/honduras-says-yes-leap-zones-john-fund Preview Open

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