Neither will the world end, nor will humans become extinct; however, the system we live in may collapse. That’s what they are preparing for at their farm, Finca Bayano, in western Panama. Those who are interested in a ‘Bug Out Location’ can buy land there to prepare together with others, to survive the crisis. They call their project ‘Survival Insurance’.
For decades it was possible to live passively and at the same time be in a comfortable position. This time is over. At the national level, there is the probability of rioting in many countries. And at the international level, the danger of a nuclear war is rising. Current events suggest that a major conflict is supposed to be provoked. Perhaps the struggle for Ukraine marks the beginning of the war for the ‘heartland’.
Finca Bayano is located about 200 miles west of Panama-City, at an altitude of about 1,600 feet above sea level. The area is sparsely populated and malaria-free. The size of the Finca is 75 acres, and according to their plans, about one hundred people are going to live in the village. The climate is ideal with an average temperature of 75°F (25°C). The soil is fertile and there is adequate rainfall. Firewood is available in abundance, and there is mostly a fresh breeze. A creek divides Finca Bayano into two equal halves. There is no industrial pollution and there are no power plants in this region. Also, there are no active volcanoes and no major earthquakes.
The idea of farming together with like-minded people emerged in 2010. By then, they were concerned that they would not have enough time to prepare. Up to now, these fears have fortunately not been met, and they are a lot closer to leading a virtually independent life at Finca Bayano. Most important, besides owning the land, is a good relation to their Panamanian neighbors. It’s their country that they live in.
Their attitude towards politics and religion is neutral. Although their project is of an exceptional nature, they do not represent politically extreme opinions. Neither do they assume that the crisis has anything to do with biblical principles, nor do they believe that seers of past centuries could have foreseen the crisis.
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