Questions and answers
If you have any questions about being and becoming stateless, don’t hesitate to contact me. Below is a list of questions I have been asked so far. Maybe yours is already among them?
The denationalize.me blog exists because there are states. As long as this "big fiction" continues to be a twisted reality that haunts people's minds, there will be a need for alternatives for those who don't want to join the majority. Living denationalized or stateless is a decision to shape your life according to your own will. Nobody has to do the things that are accepted by many people without question. Everyone can be free. The denationalize.me blog wants to inspire, motivate and inform.
As I think back on my many travels, an acquaintance once asked me if I was “stateless” now. This comment inspired the name of this blog. My previous (now decommissioned) blog was called Freedom Paths and was meant to go in the same direction. denationalize.me or stateless may sound less positive, but it is a much more familiar term. Above all, the definition means something completely different than originally intended.
Servus, I am Christoph and am 24 years old. You can easily get an overview of me by googling me. Besides this heart project here, I write about the future and new technologies at the Huffington Post, about Europe and politics at Campus Europe, and I write for other publications as well. As a denationalized person, I am of course an ambassador for the revolutionary State 2.0 company BitNation and I am involved in various freedom initiatives such as Students for Liberty. Feel free to contact me by mail, on Facebook, Twitter or however you choose!
You can do a lot! Tell your friends and colleagues about it, share it on social media and spread the good news of denationalize.me whenever you can. Not only can everyone live freely, they should do so! In addition, you can buy my eBooks, Booklets, video courses, and other digital content to educate yourself and help spread the word.
By reading the denationalize.me blog carefully and diving into any additional information. Also sign-up for our free newsletter and receive free eBooks to educate yourself. Furthermore, be an avid reader of other books, and remember one thing: the best way to become denationalized is to take action. Why haven't you started yet?
Yes. Anyone who wants can become denationalized. No matter what age you are, what your financial situation is, or what other starting conditions you have - a denationalized life is possible for you. It may be easier for some, harder for others. Be aware that you do not need huge sums of starting capital to become stateless or denationalized. You could start your new free life tomorrow - by crossing the border armed with a laptop and starting to work independently from a place of your choice!
Blog articles are limited in length. It takes more than 1000 words to get a small idea across. A book is the logical next step for me. And it something that can be sold - or at least finally make me feel like an author. Ultimately, the message of denationalize.me wants to be spread - a book is a great start.
To be honest, a considerable amount of time flows into the denationalize.me blog, so naturally I also hope for a certain financial return. I do not advertise, but I earn income from affiliate links, consulting sessions, and my own products. If you would like to support me beyond that, I am happy to accept donations. Especially in Bitcoin: 1Jx884e6H7bFotNkM1CL7t6FTyCpMZ5ve3
The blog is offshore in the Netherlands - arguably one of the countries with the best data protection legislation in the world. Iceland, for example, would be better, but for a good blog experience for the readers, you also have to pay attention to speed and the like, with the distance from the server to the reader playing a role. With Dutch servers you are quickly reached as a German, Austrian or Swiss (our main customer base for now). The hosting provider itself is based in the USA. I definitely recommend Siteground's WordPress-optimized hosting!
Yes. I offer limited to write for you for a fair price. If you want that, just contact me.
Because it is an uncontroversial truth. Your life is yours - would you disagree with me? If so, I am always looking for willing writers for this blog. If not – fine! But have you also realized that this saying is often overturned in practice? Does your life really belong to yourself if you have to pay high taxes for your privilege to work or are restricted in all kinds of actions?
I use a Dell Chromebook 11 - fantastic for traveling. Light and portable, long battery life, fast access, cloud backup of all data and all for only €400. Contrary to rumours, you can do anything with it even without the internet – many of the texts on this blog were written offline, for example.
Why fear? States are just fiction. They are made up of people who are mostly ignorant. People who like to criticize but are lazy. Will they turn the state against the denationalize.me blog? Hardly likely. There are a bunch of nastier sites circulating on the web. Especially since everything that the denationalize.me blog reveals is completely legal. denationalize.me focuses on your personal freedom - not a collective revolution! At most a spiritual evolution!
Do you find it unreal that I read so many books? Then you will learn to read faster yourself. A lot of reading has been one of my main paths to statelessness and is a habit I am happy to maintain. It is not just about accumulating knowledge, but about broadening perspectives. Reading can bring you confidence that you can surely use on your journey to statelessness. Combine reading with fun instead of effort and create opportunities to do so - on the go, in bed or on the park bench - and you'll soon be reading more than you ever thought. If you then complete a course in speed reading, no one can stop you!
Absolutely not. Of course, it is important to me that more people become denationalized or stateless. Nevertheless, the majority of my readers will not be persuaded to do so, at least in the short-term. However, given current and future developments, I believe that statelessness will soon be more and more accepted and desired. Until then, of course, you can only use what is useful for you and skip the rest. You can disagree with me on almost everything - and still benefit from the information. That is entirely your decision!
Yes of course. I offer personal and voice message consultations, based on your budget and needs.
Have you ever wondered what morality actually is? If not, I recommend you take a look at my Staatenlos Manifesto, which describes the moral trap you are likely to be caught in.
The morals of a denationalized person are only personal. Every denationalized person has different morals. The morality of the denationalize.me blog, for example, sees it as the highest morality to avoid taxes - e.g. so that your money is not used for the practical jokes that you have to endure every day by government. After all, your life is yours - or is this sentence immoral? Would it be moral then if you were a slave… ?