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Zoquital, Part 1 of 3

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Published on 04 Mar 2022 / In Travel & Events

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MoreBach
MoreBach 6 months ago

I googled question of non-Mexicans buying land in Mexico. Google says: "Outside the restricted zones—50 kilometers (about 31 miles) from shorelines and 100 kilometers (about 62 miles) from international borders—foreigners can hold direct deed to property with the same rights and responsibilities as Mexican nationals. ". So, do you plan to buy land? No restaurants, no stores. How would you feed yourself?

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rambetter
rambetter 5 months ago

I already do own two plots of land. I have the deeds in my name.
The problem arises when foreigners try to own irrigated farm land. That is, farm land that is part of an "Ejido" and receives irrigation water through a system that is government-controlled. It seems to be nearly impossible to own such land unless you have Mexican papers. But outside of that, yes, it's possible to own land with only an American passport. So if you want to do some simple farming, e.g. agave or an orchard of trees, you can buy land and set up your own irrigation system. In fact there were some Americans who did that nearby, in Tehuixltla.

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MoreBach
MoreBach 6 months ago

Interesting travel log. I bet these villages don't have internet. How can you possibly
live there?

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

They do have internet. Some form or another. It may be using some sort of satellite dish or something a-rather.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

What’s (roughly) the average rent for those areas?

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

I will be mentioning that in part 3 of the video. More specifically, I will be showing a 2000 square meter plot of land right next to the soccer field that is for sale for 50,000 pesos, which is approx. 2500 U.S. dollars.

As for rent - you would be able to rent a decent house for about 1000 to 2000 pesos per month. However in Zoquital there isn't really much for rent, at least not something that is close to our standards.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: thanks for the info. I’ve heard conflicting reports that Americans really don’t “own” land in Mexico but rather “rent” it. If I could own I’d consider buying a large plot of land as long as there’s a year round water source/aquifers. I know politicians in Mexico are corrupt like everywhere but as an outsider and and gringa I’d be fighting potentially an uphill battle and “would step on toes,”I’ve wanted to farm agave plants. Just some ideas I’ve been rolling around in my head.

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

@Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2: You can own land. I own land with just a passport. I could show you the documents. The problem arises when you want to belong to the "Ejido". That is, when you try to own farm land that is part of an "Ejido" is when you start to have problems. "Ejido" as in "Casa Ejidal". You can own residential property no problem. I don't know what the situation is with the lands out there. I don't know about the farmland there. But I did see remnants of agave being farmed in that exact area. We passed by one such plot of land.

For example I own 6000 square meters of residential area, but it's on the outskirts of town. Not technically farm land, but you can pretty much do what you want with it. It's a beautiful plot of land. I don't use it currently. It's up on a hill, the last property before the mountain, with a panoramic view.

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

@rambetter: I could find out if land out near Zoquital belongs to an Ejido or not.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: it’s quite appealing esp. with the Jewish hellscape Americas become

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

@Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2: Mexico isn't free of jewish influence, you have to remember. The money is controlled by them, in this country. And there are many, many symptoms because of that. Also, the weapons that were exported to Mexico was a U.S. government operation intended to further destabilize this country. Operation Fast And Furious or something like that. "Rapido y Furioso". The Mexicans know about it.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: why do you choose Mexico over the US to reside? What is the general attitude toward Americans?

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

@Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2: I didn't really "choose" Mexico over the U.S. to reside. I was getting attacked viciously and found it necessary to leave. In retrospect I believe that there are better places than here at the moment, for a white person. Probably closer to Russia or Japan would be two guesses.

The general attitude towards Americans. Is as follows. They generally see you as a source of money. And they try to rob you in various ways. It's a fact.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: thanks for the response. I’ve been to Mexico a few times and concur. I’m beginning to think “Gilligan’s Island” is the best option. ;)

Great vids. Looking forward to Part Two. 👍

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rambetter
rambetter 6 months ago

@Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2: Forgot to mention... one of the last "free" places on Earth seems to be Iran. Of course the Western jew media will tell you that it's a country of least freedoms. I have never been there. I think Iran is a target because the jews hate it, and so even though it's "free" that "freedom" may come at a huge cost. Also Syria was relatively free.

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: I like Puerto Rico. I’m a boater and there are many islands to island hop to. Many American expats there but it’s got its troubles too. Overall like the people though.

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rambetter
rambetter 5 months ago

@Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2: I though it was Costa Rica more for expats?

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

@rambetter: there are many American ex-pats scattered all over the world. Yes, there seems to be is a higher concentration in CR. PR is decent because it’s an American territory yet largely ignored (sadly) plus there are many islands close enough to reach via small crafts to escape to if necessary. I lived on my boat for a while—it didn’t suck.

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jimmyhugo
jimmyhugo 6 months ago

is it possible to direct Montezuma's revenge towards the small hat supremacy?

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Fuckthejewsandtheirshabbos2

Sick burn 🔥 😎

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