Real Estate Agenda:
Buy rural land and develop private townships. There is millions of undeveloped acres of land both nationally and internationally that we will seek to purchased and developed into thriving centers of commerce and tourism. We will invest our money in our own communities developments, in order to create and control our own economic infrastructure.
The vision of the Trubian Village private corporate township (State) is to create American Aborigine cultural business centers who’s main industries is tourism, entertainment and education.
A private corporate state is the American Aborigine solution to solving the problems of inequality and dependence, creating a foundation toured self reliance and independence within the global framework of abiding international and national laws as an international private corporation.
The fundamental aspect of family wealth is family organization. True family organization is built on the collective purpose and responsibility to survive and advance as a group. Thus the key is not only how you raise your children, but what you instill in them and how you educate them. You can’t send your children off to be educated by others and expect them to come home and follow a family plan.
The trick to wealth is knowing how to use and maintain it. Money is to be used as a tool and not a means, tools produce and a means is just to reach an end. We have come up with a plan to increase black family wealth for generations to come. In most American Aborigine communities both the commercial property is owned by others and the businesses that service the community. This creates a social economic problem that prevents the circulation of the American Aborigine dollar within it’s own community. To own and develop our own private community townships give us a social economic advantage that enables us not only to control our social, economic environment but our social economic destiny. Thus our land development project has many investment opportunities for our members.
The Earthship Development
Earthships are predicated upon the idea that there are six human needs which can be addressed through environmentally sustainable building design:
- Energy: Thermal and/or solar heating and cooling, solar and wind electricity
- Garbage Management: Reuse and recycling built into construction and daily living
- Sewage Treatment: Self-contained sewage treatment and water recycling
- Shelter: Building with natural and recycled materials
- Clean Water: Water harvesting and long term storage
- Food: In-home organic food production capability
Earthship structures are intended to be “off-the-grid-ready” homes, with minimal reliance on public utilities and fossil fuels. They are constructed to use available natural resources, especially energy from the sun and rain water. They are designed with thermal mass construction and natural cross-ventilation to regulate indoor temperature, and the designs are intentionally uncomplicated and mainly single-story, so that people with little building knowledge can construct them.