The quest for interference freedom.
The quest for intereference freedom, is going on quite a while now. The more state entities, regulatory enties, private entities, city regulators, wrap any activity on the planet in politics, red taping, interference, delay, permit processes, lawyer interference, coding appliance, taxing, and similary hindering - the more surges the need for a “interference free ambient” - free trade zones, offshore banking, outsourcing, are the strategies to balance and neutralize interference. But most business owners see this as an uphill battle that is basicly lost - more and more interference from more and more “entities” is to come, less and less space for entrepeneurs individuality, new ideas and out of the box projects, on the planet is to expect.
Main Thread interference freedom : http://concretesubmarine.activeboard.com/t56351996/business-and-third-party-interference-freedom/
As Peter Thiel puts it: “…In our time, the great task for libertarians is to find an escape from politics in all its forms…” – Peter Thiel
“…there are no truly free places left in our world…” – Peter Thiel
“Politics is about interfering with other people’s lives without their consent.” – Peter Thiel
Visionaries who think it radical, unevitably come to the conclusion that there is only one way out of “redtaping hell” the “oceanic solution”.
Business Tycoons like Roman Abramovich show the way – they run global business empires from a yacht as headquarters, making their operations country independent, interference independent, free of ruling, taxing, and redtaping of any regulation entity, on the planet.
Going oceanic like Captain Nemo is the ultimate tool to asure interference freedom for an individual. Doing Business worldwide, staying outside of “jurisdiction” of anybody all the time. Moving from opportunity to opportunity on planetary scale. Mobilis in Mobili. (Captain Nemo’s Motto). From sea you can approch any important city on the planet and ask your local partners to take a 5 minute tender for a meeting in your floating headquarters.
Eventually all business ventures and business leaders will go for “interference freedom” and discover “going oceanic” as the best and most feasible solution available. Globalization requires mobility as a base condition, the ocean gives a maximum of mobility. Floating Headquarters are only the first wave, floating production facilties (LNG terminals, tourism ventures) are already in use, many more in plan (data centers, breweries) - eventually all business ventures will discover the benefits of a interference free floating space that can follow resources and customer demand around the globe, and avoid third party interference by floating out of jurisdiction.
SabMiller floating Brewery
SabMiller Floating Brewery Concept following resources and customers around the globe “mobilis in mobili” interference free and efficient …
Nkossa Barge a oil production installed on a concrete honeycomb barge off the shore of Africa. The “mobile offshored oil industry asset” is interference free and can be moved to the next field when production runs dry.
adriatic floating honeycomb
A gas tanker is unloding liquid gas at the Adriatic LNG floating terminal (9 miles offshore). It is a floating regasification plant that transforms the supercold liquid into gas usable for urban gas networks of a energy hungry Europe. Out at sea the process is safe convenient, AND interference free. Adriatic LNG is a industrial plant mounted on a concrete honeycomb floating founation.
A gas tanker is unloding liquid gas at the Adriatic LNG floating terminal (9 miles offshore). It is a floating regasification plant that transforms the supercold liquid into gas usable for urban gas networks of a energy hungry Europe. Out at sea the process is safe convenient, AND interference free. Adriatic LNG is a industrial plant mounted on a concrete honeycomb floating foundation.
What is true for large scale industry, also applies for the small business owner. You can not sell “stinky fish” from your garage (neighbour interference) but you can from a little barge a couple of meters offshore…