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Are you prepared to deal with a world of uncertainty from a position of strength? Are you unable to buy additional properties in your home country as your Government has placed restrictions on purchases in a effort to dampen speculation and rein in prices? It is time you look abroad. The future is bright to invest for the long term. Now is the time to invest in real estate. It provides an excellent hedge against inflation.

Own acres of land available to produce a robust source of organic food. Land with multiple sources of water, tremendous potential for renewable energy to generate electricity, solar, wind and geothermal, is secure, located within a stable society with healthy economic fundamentals, is independent and isolated.. but not remote. Is absolutely gorgeous, with excellent weather, where you can actually spend time. Allows freedom to rule, where people can be left alone, and act like grown adults.

If you are one of the few people, who values slow paced living, who understands the eventual outcome of events in the developed world, who understands that a great civilization is not conquered from without, until it has destroyed itself from within. The essential causes of Rome's decline lay in her people, her morals, her class struggle, her failing trade, her bureaucratic despotism, her stifling taxes, and her consuming wars, maybe it is time you consider owning these spectacular acres of land now offered for sale on the strikingly beautiful island of the Commonwealth of Dominica (15" 30 N & 61' 30 W) in the caribbean sea between the French Dependences of Martinique and Guadeloupe, and 1400 miles south of Miami, Florida.

The island's official name is the Commonwealth of Dominica, with is mostly referenced only in official communiqué and to distinguish the island from its northerly caribbean sister, the Dominican Republic. The island is one of only a couple in the Caribbean still with populations of the pre-colombians carib Indians. About 80% of the population is Roman Catholic. English is the official language, spoken with a melodic French lilt, but a large portion of the population speaks
Kwèyòl (Creole), with a few northern villages speaking KoKoy.

The world renown National Geographic Traveler has selected Dominica among the world's twenty top best destinations for 2011. The countries were handpicked by the magazine's editors and are considered among the best of 2011. In selecting Dominica, the magazine had this to say about the country:
"A lack of white sandy beaches and an overabundance of rainfall keep the mountainous island of tropical rain forest off typical caribbean vacation itineraries, a plus for adventure seekers."