Starting a topic on where to move to
Again, I feel very compelled to discuss international options to move out of the US. Chris mentioned that the time is now to finalize resilience plans. I don’t see the US being a viable option anymore. I see Venezuela in play here… maybe worse!
For the time being I am interested in developing countries. We just recently took a trip and were in a country where the name Covid or Vaxx never came up. (goes to show how powerful the media really is with plandemic).
Are any of you looking to leave the US? I remember Mike in New Jersey mentioning Mexico but wondering what all the options are? How do we know those countries will also not start mandating passports and become Canada or Austrailia? Are any of you thinking the way I am? Our family is on the verge of leaving permanently for at least for a very long time…. just need more data around which countries work best. We have a short list of faves but wonder if we could crowdsource our research on a forum here!
I think about this every day.. though circumstances will likely cause me to have to fight it out at home in the US.
Although this interview was not about Freedom from Covid insanity per se, rather about pleasant, low cost places to expatriate… I thought it was pretty info. rich. Argentina and Uruguay both sound like better options vs Venezuela. The guy being interviewed is a world traveler – I have heard elsewhere that Uruguay is very laid-back and inviting to all expats.. not just those coming from the US.
Sorry Jim! I did not mean I was interested in Venezuela! I was implying that US=Venezuela! 🙂
Thanks for sharing video!
First question: what’s their current covid situation and do they have free access to Ivermectin and do they offer home kits like e.g. El Salvador?
Second question: what’s their medical system like and do you have to have e.g. malaria shots?
Uruguay has been consistently very highly rated by International Living Magazine as a retirement destination. The magazine has heaps of research on various countries.
Getting a second passport is a not-unimportant factor. Panama, for example, does not permit dual nationality so if you wanted to obtain its citizenship you would have to give up your current passport.
Here are the questions I ask when considering a new country:
1) death rate from covid = how did they handle? Early treatment available?
2) Is IVM available and accessible?
3) does food grow year-round?
4) how much reliance on supply chain?
5) safety.. can you own firearms?
Does anyone else have other questions they can start adding to the list?
Take it from an Argentine choose Uruguay hands down. But for me it is more about being rural and agrarian both of which you will find there. Ivermectin is readily available in both places. If I remember correctly Uruguay gets all electrical needs from hydro. Both countries have a long history of immigration but I would assume that Uruguay would be an easier transition. They are organized and their income gap is less than argentina.
From weather standpoint, Uruguay is at a great latitude. There’s quick access to Buenos Aires from Montivideo, and a lot of coastline to boot. The cost of living is less than the US and healthcare is rated well, too. A good handle on Spanish would be helpful.
This is the guy you want to dig into.
We are in Canada and amazingly I was doing some research on how to go about seeking asylum in the States (Montana) if things got really bad here. Can’t believe I’m saying that……no offence 😉
I know it’s crazy there too but at least only half your population is injected…….and you have lots of guns.
If our government follow through with their threat of Vax passes for domestic and international travel then that makes things really restrictive (aka tyranny).
more questions to consider that I copied from gameuprising.
Topics to think about in the meantime…
Language difficulty (learning it to fluent level),
can you get by with only English?
cost of living and average salaries,
do they hire English teachers?
Mandatory vax status,
Vax passport required?
Is their tracking malicious (China) and/or are you comfortable with it?
requirements for visa and residence,
what is the basic culture and attitude?
do they like Westerners?
what rights do citizens have?
can you own firearms?
can you buy a house and have a family?
can you get along with the natives and will they get along with you?
what jobs are in demand?
what are they like politically?
what are they like religiously?
is the food affordable and healthy enough?
What careers from your country can transfer to a foreign country?
Is the country corrupt enough that you will have problems?
Do you have enough money to move? Flight, downpayment on rent, required licenses, transit pass.
Plenty more to think about I’m sure, but this is what I’ve got on my mind.
Start collecting information so we can put together a clear picture of what exactly we can do, where we can go.
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