From Academic Rigor to Jungle Living: My Journey of Defiance and Self-Sustainability
Many followers and subscribers have been curious about why I chose to live in the Brazilian jungle. I want to share this personal story for those interested.
I am Simon. Once a researcher at a prestigious university, I now reside in the Brazilian jungle. Here's how this unexpected transition happened.
In early 2021, I publicly criticized the flawed peer-review process of Christian Drosten’s Covid PCR protocol paper. This led to significant repercussions: I was dismissed from my position at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, faced actions like the freezing of my bank account, and even had police encounters.
Being unvaccinated, which is still the case, made my life in the Netherlands increasingly difficult. I desperately needed a change.
My options at that time were very limited, as medical tyranny had taken the whole world hostage. Since I had already worked as a professor in Brazil in the previous years and Bolsonaro was critical of both the plandemic and the 'vaccination', my choice quickly fell on Brazil to be my refuge.
Seeking solace from the chaos, I purchased land in the jungle, situated on a 1500m high mountain accessible only by 4x4 vehicles, and just 30 minutes from the nearest small village. Utilizing my skills in Adobe Illustrator and QR code generation, I prepared required documents, got on a plane, and escaped the societal madness in mid-2021.
Now, I live a fully self-sustainable life:
🍅 I've built two greenhouses for growing tomatoes, strawberries, passion fruits, and various vegetables.
🐟 A recirculating aquaculture system allows me to cultivate trouts.
⚡ My home is powered by solar panels and a 50Ah battery system, ensuring 24/7 electricity.
💦 The property's multiple water sources are harnessed using a ram pump for water supply.
🔥 Water heating is achieved through solar collectors and a stove with a heat exchanger.
🍗 I raise Rhode Island Red chickens for eggs and meat.
🐗 Wild boars roam my land, providing an additional food source.
In the meantime, I lost another job when SINTEF terminated my contract in February for “exceeding my rights to freedom of expression on Twitter.” Currently, my livelihood depends on vitamin D and Omega-3 sales through Sunfluencer.com (Your support would be greatly appreciated, as it benefits not just me, but especially you! And don't forget: There is no flu season, only a vitamin D deficiency season.).
Life here can be lonely, distanced from home and Western culture. However, services like Starlink keep me connected, and I'm well-prepared for any future crises. Thankfully, I still have the freedom to travel, at least until new policies might restrict that.
As for transportation, my car runs on ethanol, produced from local biomass, making me self-reliant in that aspect too, so Klaus Schwab can kiss my a$$.
If you've read this far, let's turn this post into a platform for sharing ideas: How do you or would you resist the Great Reset?