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100 Ways To Disappear & Live Free (C) 1972 Eden Press Revised 1985 For other privacy oriented publications, write EDEN PRESS P.O.
BOX 8410 FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 INTRODUCTION To -live free- means to be able to control your own life and to avoid violence, or the threat of violence, by others.
What you do and how you do it will almost always determine whether or not freedom will be yours. But YOU must take the responsibility for creating your own freedom.
No one, especially the -government- will do it for you. To -disappear- means to make it impossible for other people to invade your personal world of freedom. Since most of such invasion is by means of electronic data gathering and cross-referencing, you must be able to short-circuit these procedures effectively. The most efficient method today is through the use of what we call -alternate identification-.
If the new names and numbers you plug into the networks don't match the old ones, you have not only -disappeared-, but have also been -reborn-.
And being reborn means leaving your past records where they can no longer affect you and your lifestyle. This -disappearing- of individuals is obviously discomforting to institutions and governments determined to control personal activities in the Land of the Free.
To them it appears downright seditious, since in reality their power depends directly on the number of people they can control -- through computerized records, of course. To those who actually -disappear-, however, the act is one of tremendous personal liberation.
Free men owe very little to those who restrict opportunities on the basis of past records.
An extreme example, which nevertheless applies to all of us, is this: When a person convicted of a felony has served his full sentence, is he then -free-? Hardly. What he will experience is really a LIFE SENTENCE of second-rate opportunity. And what happens to the convict, in practice, happens to *everyone* who manages to have negative personal information place...

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