5 Best Countries to Move to Before Collapse of the West

It’s been two-and-a-half years since we posted a similar article to this. In just that short time, the national average gas price has gone up from $2.86/gallon to $3.72/gallon, a 30% increase. This is our updated list of where to bug out to.

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That which mathematically cannot continue will not continue. Western countries, led by the United States and Europe, are in deep economic trouble. Massive debt levels are strangling their economies, and once great nations like Greece and Spain have been reduced to third-world status with staggering unemployment levels and almost daily violent riots.

Those that say it can’t happen in the US are dead wrong. The value of the dollar has been slowly eroded over a century, but now that decline has accelerated and is destroying the savings of hard-working honest Americans. This erosion in dollar value is also threatening the reign of the dollar as the world reserve currency.

The ramifications if it is dropped as the reserve currency should not be underestimated, especially by Americans. At this stage of the game, the dollar only has value because of its supply and demand. A tsunami of supply has been flooding the banks since the 2008 financial crisis, while the global demand is dwindling as nations like the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India & China) have begun internal trading without dollars.

Meanwhile, Western nations (NATO) are entangled in endless wars that have nothing to do with protecting their nations. The so-called war on terrorism has led to spending huge sums of tax dollars building Big Brother control grids within these countries. In turn, any sense of civil liberties or individual freedom citizens had at one time is being snuffed out for perceived security.


It’s been two-and-a-half years since we posted a similar article to this, 5 Best Countries to Escape America’s Decline. In just that short time, the national average gas price has gone up from $2.86/gallon to $3.72/gallon, a 30% increase. Whose savings or wages went up by that amount?

Besides the threat from inflation, for the past two years Western governments have been operating on a “crisis management” approach, applying band-aids to a festering disease and they’re running out of band-aids.

In other words, it’s obvious that the United States and the West more generally are headed in the wrong direction for anyone who cares about peace, liberty, and economic stability.

Some say it’s cowardly or unpatriotic to abandon a sinking ship and escape to a better setting. Some say it’s important to stay and fight the corrupt system. Yet it can’t be denied that collapse is coming whether it happens in slow motion or abrupt upheaval. The ship is sinking and the corrupt system will collapse with or without you as a passenger. No amount of fighting can stop its inertia.

Luckily, there are some nations that still value these principles and moving to them is not nearly as difficult as you may think. It starts with making a simple decision to live by your principles and find a pleasant and accepting environment to spend your limited time on this planet. Do you want to be stuck in negativity while the system collapses around you?  Or do you want to be surrounded by joy, peace, and freedom?

Some changes have been made to our previous list of desirable locations. The criteria for determining the best safe haven countries has remained: social stability, economic freedom and opportunity, freedom of self-expression, relative self-sufficiency, reasonable cost of living, ease of visas and residency, and insulation to Western collapse.

Here is our updated list of the 5 best countries to move to before the West collapses:

Chile

The secret is out about the opportunities in Chile. Two of the most renowned “escape artists”, the Sovereign Man Simon Black and the Dollar Vigilante Jeff Berwick, both agree that Chile is the best country to escape to. Each is developing vast expat communities in Chile (SovereignValley.com and GaltsGulchChile.com). Chile is a fully developed country with modern cities and a rich countryside with stunning views of the Andes mountains from almost any location. Wikipedia tells the whole story; “Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations, a recognized middle power and an emerging economy. It leads Latin American nations in human development, competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, state of peace, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.  It also ranks high regionally in sustainability of the state.”

Chile maintains a lower cost of living than North America especially for rent and fresh food. Americans can get a tourist visa (good for 90 days) on entry to Chile for a cost of $160.  Residency requirements in Chile are relatively flexible. Escapees can qualify for a Chilean Retirement and/or Income Visa by proving an income of between $500-$1000/month. Entrepreneurs can get residency by starting a business and foreigners can easily get a visa by working for a Chilean company.

Uruguay

Uruguay was number one on our list last time around and it’s a close second this time. Uruguay, also in South America, is considered one of the freest, most libertarian countries in the world. This small peaceful country has the charm of Europe, modern infrastructure, a stable economy with agricultural self-sufficiency, world-class tourism activities, and a healthy banking system. Uruguay maintains the highest nominal GDP per capita in South America. The banking system in Uruguay still has some privacy protections (though less than in the recent past) and attracts many foreign investors including slews of Argentinians who are escaping their current inflation crises. While personal use of all drugs is already decriminalized in Uruguay, it is set to become the first nation to officially legalize cannabis. Finally, Uruguay is striving for energy independence through renewable sources by 2015 which adds to its overall stability.

Living costs are much lower than the United States, especially for rent, health care and food. Americans can buy real estate and own businesses, and they have a free automatic 90-day visa to explore Uruguay. For residency, expats only need to have a proof-of-income of $500/mth to qualify.

Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful peaceful country with a rich Buddhist culture, an excellent climate, and has the lowest cost of living on this list. Thailand is technically a kingdom with harsh laws against speaking ill of the royal family, yet there’s a significant amount of personal freedom on the ground due to the country’s organized chaos. Food and trinket kiosks, taxis and most small businesses are regulated by the word-of-mouth free market as opposed to government restrictions. This newly industrialized country is welcoming to Western expats who can enjoy a high level of modern comfort for much cheaper than almost anywhere else in the world with great food and $10 massages. Thailand also has world-class health care for pennies on the dollar compared to America. The beach town of Phuket, the comfortable city of Chiang Mai and small towns like Pai have become very popular with expats. Thailand is a great central hub to explore the rest of Southeast Asia.

Foreigners cannot technically buy property in Thailand, but they can buy condos through contracts that act similar to 50-year renewable leases. Americans are given a 30-day tourist visa upon arrival and it’s easy to get extended visas for a small fee. Retirees can get residency by proving around $2000/mth income only after they stay on extended visas for a couple of years.

Malaysia

Malaysia is the most developed country in Southeast Asia besides the city-state of Singapore. Malaysia has a booming economy, a well-educated population, excellent infrastructure, fantastic public transportation, and nearly everyone speaks English. It’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, is one of the most affordable and cleanest modern cities in the world. Wikipedia says Malaysia has “one of the best economic records in Asia” which is “relatively open state-oriented” but with the state having a “declining role in guiding economic activity”.  Malaysia has had a self-sufficient economy well before their tourism explosion in recent years. Now it is one of the most optimistic countries to be in.  Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures and religions living in complete harmony with each other and offering diverse foods and festivals. Forbes named Malaysia the 3rd best country in the world to retire in 2013.

The cost of living is not quite as low as Thailand, but significantly cheaper that North America, Europe, or neighboring Singapore. Fully-furnished 3BR apartments in Penang (highly desirable area) are around $650/mth. Foreigners can open bank accounts easily with just a passport and proof of a local address, they can own property (a rarity in the region) and run a business.  Free 90-day visas are given on arrival and they aren’t too strict about quick border runs to renew them. Residency can be gotten through starting a business, getting a job, or showing a bank deposit of $50,000 for retirees.

Mexico

Yes, Mexico. Not Ecuador, Costa Rica, or Panama like everyone else would say (although those deserve honorable mention). Panama uses the US dollar, Costa Rica’s bureaucracy can’t get out of its own way the last few years, and Ecuador is politically unstable and cheap for a reason. Mexico has gotten a lot of horrible press because of violence from the war on drugs, but that typically occurs in isolated areas and will begin to simmer down from the growing liberation of marijuana north of the border. Mexico is a large country with many stable attractive places for expats to live peacefully and ride out any economic storm comfortably. Mexico is an economic powerhouse and, although they rely heavily on trade with North America, they maintain a high level of food and energy self-sufficiency and have a much freer economy than the US. Also, Mexico’s national debt is about 43% of its GDP compared to America’s 106% debt-to-GDP.  Healthcare is an entirely free-market system with both public and private options for a fraction of US prices but with similar high-quality care.

Mexico’s cost of living is significantly lower than North America with average rents being around $500 for a 3BR house. Americans are given 180-day (6-month) visas on arrival and can easily get extended rentista visas with proof of monthly income of $1,000 for an individual and $500 for each dependent.

Tell us what countries you think are the best safe haven nations and why…

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  • Twister

    You’re to chicken shit to even post a name??? Hahaha…what a joke you are.

    • Joshua Robirds

      twister … thanks for proving his point …

  • Joshua Robirds

    did you even read the fucking article?

  • Joshua Robirds

    i’m american …
    i’m glad to see canadian tolerance is in full swing …

    you really ought to move to the states … .you have what it takes …
    you’re full of yourself… which really means that you’re full of shit.

    canada is a rad place … i have to assume you are the exception to the rule.

  • Joshua Robirds

    wow …
    tell me more of this “truth” from the bible.

  • Anonymous

    By thinking all Americans have some sort of mental illness just because their Government is corrupt, you yourself are apart of the problem. Ignorant fool.

    • Melody Szabo

      The American government is its corporations. It’s just as bad as any Muslim nation, which is its religion.

  • Anonymous

    We’ll see what tune you’re singing when America becomes a 3rd world power, collapsed underneath it’s own ignorance and greed. Good luck leaving then.

  • cmw

    I want to get out of here and get to Norway as fast as I can with my son. I’m drowning here and thanks to the growing ills of every system available, my son’s father lives better than we do and has NO financial responsibility for proving for his son out of his own pocket. I have to work and he does not. I have to get out so I can provide a better future for my son.

    • Alan

      Come down here, Albania! 🙂

  • Krass

    You sure like to ramble and go on and on don’t you? I wonder if your mentally ill or just stupid! Half of what you said is bullshit!

  • Krass

    Go to England! Their crime rate is higher than the USA but at least you won’t get shot! Stabbed maybe but not shot!

  • Guest

    I have friends that moved to Malaysia and they like it. They live very nice.

  • Krass

    I’m ready to get the crap out of here! Let Obama be the new Mexican president. But as for me, I’m not paying for him to wine and dine them anymore!

  • Krass

    You can stay here and be put a train to a concentration camp… I’m making an exit strategy.

  • ametallichick

    I fear for my children as well but my youngest is almost 18 and I want to move out of the USA so bad. My hubby owns his own business and I have a associates degree but I can only find work for $9 an hour. I am sick of paying exuberant taxes and have lazy pieces of shit sitting on their asses, immigrants coming to our country illegally and Obama feeling sorry for them. “Yeah, our borders are open. Give us all your crap!”

    • YaHabibtiColoosh

      If I were you I would send my child abroad if you want them to go to college. It’s a lot cheaper (in some places free even for foreigners) and at least you would be setting the foundation for him/her to get out.

      • Kent International Marketing L

        where is it free?

        • YaHabibtiColoosh

          I’ve heard it’s free in Germany.

  • P. Nym

    You can keep your socialist utopia. You couldn’t pay me to live in Canada.

    • Kent International Marketing L

      hey come on man, don’t hate. besides nobody in their right mind would pay you anything to live anywhere.

  • Krass

    Yup, sort of like the Mexicans who are flooding the American border who won’t assimilate and now we have to translate everything in spanish for them.

    • Melanie Heck

      I wish it was only Mexicans.

    • Melody Szabo

      You don’t have to, you WANT to. Build a wall already.

      • Carmen Park

        ANd you want to kill fascists? Seriously? Read much? Know definitions of words much? You are a typical American in every way.

        • Shawn Mary Reid

          Carmen Park , Would you mind explaining something to me ?.. What exactly do you consider the typical American to be these days ?

          • Carmen Park

            Let’s see…..uneducated, completely uninformed, gets most of their information from Fox News or talk radio, doesn’t bother checking facts, no critical thinking, attacking as opposed to positing a cogent argument, racist, ignorant, bloodthirsty, and largely interested in shopping and the Kardashians. Also prefers having enemies and blaming the symptoms rather than the causes (build a wall between us and Mexico! yeah). Shoot first ask questions never. Right wing nuts. Shall I go on?

          • Tommy William Brooks II

            Carmen, it is surely true that many US citizens are as you’ve described. I and many others strive to be better, but we’re in a sinking ship. Please be aware that those of us on this web page are likely preparing to jump ship, and looking for a new home. All I’m asking is that you keep an open mind and judge us as individuals and not where we come from. Have a nice day! 🙂

          • I totally agree. Building a wall will only complicate things even more. On top of that, people within the government, if they actually go through with building it, will have proved to be the most short-sighted and unqualified people on the planet. It’s not just about building the wall. It’s about building relations with other people. If Mexico, and other countries see that America is going to the crazily racist extreme of building a wall to keep Mexicans out, it will only make America look incredibly desperate and weak. Sure we definitely have the grandest fire work show in the world (as in military strength) but if people and leaders from around see America, the so called “melting pot,”using those weapons against a race of people? I think in the future America will have a lot more to worry about than just innocent people from Mexico.

  • Detroit Michigan

    The U.S. is built and sitting on lies. African Negro Slaves built America not the slave owning forefather!

    • Kent International Marketing L

      thank you african negro slave!

  • Bertha

    Not all of us are ill and remember, half of the people here came from the rest of the world so think about that for a minute…we ARE a by-product of world collision of cultures and corruption so don’t blame it all on the American people….we’re victims too. In fact, MOST of the organized crime syndicates ARE from other cultures sooo….what was that you’re saying?

    :ppp

    • kiran

      no you are white cancer rats who stole America and no races like nor want you!.

  • B

    By all means don’t have any compassion for US dupes, like you used to be. Not everyone has the capacity to move to another country, in fact most people don’t so chill with your high and mighty attitude. Or help US get out!

  • Bertha

    Exactly!!! Excellent point. There’s someone paying attention to the pattern of American history.
    And Chile was already used like that decades ago…so why not again: Pinochet (fascist) and Allende/Condor?

  • Carl

    Are you serious?? all these choices appear biased towards US citizens. Surely Scandinavia (particulary Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark), Switzerland, New Zealand are clearer choices. Possibly France too: despite its poor economy, it has serious worker’s rights/protections, and a large agricultural sector (self-sufficiency?). Canada maybe, although it is on the US’ doorstep and seems to have been lurching to the far right in recent years like most of the West. The UK doesn’t make the list, not just because of its history of banking/class system and current right-wing trajectory, but because the food supply is insufficient, covering only around 60 – 70% of the population today.

  • JRJB

    When the SHTF…. the entire world will be affected. Including your own little utopia….

    • fajlajl

      yeah but at least i get to see dead bodies , decapatated heads a few months before it is my turn.

  • JRJB

    I moved to the United States from Canada 9 years ago. I quite like it here. Good riddance to you!

  • JRJB

    Why is everybody posting on this board as anonymous… you are not anonymous. The NSA sees you now!

  • Maximus Aleixxus

    Really? lol! its funny how most US citizens think that anyone coming from the southern part of America is considered a Mexican.. lol! Believe or not.. there are more freedoms in Mexico..many US citizens are now setting up shop in many cities in Mexico.. running away from the IRS, NSA and corrupt congress.

  • Anonymous

    The ones voted for Obama are definitely ill, in my opinion. Sure, the government is corrupt, but who selected the president.

  • john

    absolutely nothing is correct in this statement. Expat communities which are targeted by thieves, passive aggressive people who act friendly to get a dollar out of you, secretly harbor animosity, carribean is over ran by crime, dollar is worthless, economically unstable with extremely high inflation year after year, no army except for when they have a flare up with Nicaragua and beg for other peoples armies to do there job that they don’t want to have to pay for, real estate is absolutely astronomically overvalued,

    • Melody Szabo

      Well said.

  • Lenard Ostby

    Sorry man, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies here in Norway. I sure as hell agree that it’s better presented then the USA but it’s not the best place in the world or definitely not the best while the western world goes under. Many other places give you safe havens, medical care, and subsidized public services. Jeg bodde I Norge og jeg helt ennig at det er fantastisk. Norge har nesten alt at du kunne tenke om. It has almost everything some young families could need and want. I do however value the life under the sun. Norway even in the summer time has some of the most short and poor summers i’ve ever experienced (last year was pretty dam awesome though). It’s truly beautiful or if not some of the most beautiful nature you can see in the summer or dark winter but it’s lacking some other qualities that make it not as pleasant as you portray it. It’s also not free for medical care, my norwegian girlfriend pays each time she visits the doctor(until a certain amount of visits) . She also has a higher student debt than me here in Canada since she can’t work while she goes to school. She has to pay her reise travel card, dental visits, and prescriptions. Doesn’t receive bursaries, can’t live at home since like most norwegian families parents are assuming the loan covers most. Has to pay very very high living costs with no income so all this adds up to as much debt or more. Not to mention she hates studying for 10months of the year versus 7 here in USA/Canada. It’s a safe haven for the Americans but there are many other countries that give what Norway has been giving. Take away your oil in Norway, and you are just another version of Romania. Be thankful of evrything but don’t puff your chest at the rest of the world

  • 752858189

    Pretty strong viewpoint for no supporting data or real substance.

  • BabalooMandel

    Nah. These places suffer from varying degrees of suckitude now. If the West collapses, they’ll be even worse. Better to move somewhere with a certain degree of economic isolation. Maybe live among the natives in New Guinea.

  • Sandra

    this last one is the smartest answer here..yes no country will be safe when the NWO comes and also the anti-Christ will arrive after that..But we who have Jesus will see His appearing and be gone from this Evil planet…the Bible written more than 200 yrs is our hope and truth and all the prophesies are coming true..so look up IF you have Jesus as your redemption is near!

    • kiran

      the bible is BS and Christianity is only1500 years old.

  • Sophia

    True that the US is a bully, but would you rather be under a super power like China or Russia? It’s humane nature and historical fact that there will always be a super power of one form or the other.

  • MissGruntled

    I lived in Malaysia for the past three years. This article does not mention the horrendous air pollution and water rationing that I have experienced. The Malaysian Ringgit has been going into the toilet, down 25% in the last year at my last count. The government is extremely corrupt. It is a very conservative country with 60% of the population Muslim. The beaches on the mainland are not great unless you go to the Perhentian Islands. The food is the worst Asian food I have ever had. It’s hard to give credence to the rest of the places on this list if they are not better researched than Malaysia.

  • Melody Szabo

    None of these nations are even remotely self sufficient. Malaysia and Mexico are among the least stable in the world. Mexico is on the verge of collapse. And Thailand is right in the middle of one of the most explosive regions when food and oil shortages hit us hard in the next decade. Clearly little thought went into this posting. I would recommend the following nations: Canda/USA (isolated from the rest of the world by the two major oceans) and agriculturally self sufficient. Australia and New Zealand are remote, yes, but Australia is not far from the most heavily populated region on the planet. They can expect millions of refugees to arrive by boat. They will not be agriculturally self sufficient for long. South America is also not a bad choice, their demographic shift is nearing stability then gradual decline so over population is not an issue, however, endemic feudalism still remains and poverty is pervasive which means violence will be more common place in the near future. The rest of the world is too geographically linked for it to avoid the worst regions: Africa/Central Asia. If Europe built a wall and began a witch hunt to execute the fascists ruining the economy and flooding the continent with terrorists they would have a chance.

  • Melody Szabo

    Norway is not Socialist, it is Capitalist with a well regulated economy. If it were Socialist every business would be a cooperative, the police would be an elected militia, etc..

  • Melody Szabo

    This is why armed revolution is necessary. A civil war that kills every fascist this time, that leaves no rich person alive, that ensures democracy and equality for all.

    • Carmen Park

      you are an idiot. You are basically saying “lets keep acting like the pigs we hate til they are all dead”. What do you think this is, the 1700’s? You got a bunker full of beanie-weanies and bullets? You do realize armed takeover is no longer possible? Do you have drones? military tech? An eye for an eye leaves us all blind.

  • Melody Szabo

    LOL @ deadly radiation and your promuslim antijewish nonsense.

  • Melody Szabo

    You didn’t read this one.

  • Melody Szabo

    I did not know that, and after a little research I discovered it is also not true.

    • Kent International Marketing L

      a hungarian doing research is like a child doing research LOL
      what did you do? ask google. idiot

  • Melody Szabo

    Bullshit. Reducing world population by 10% would cause catastrophic ecnomic failure that would take decades to survive. A 50% population loss would require a century or more to recover from. 90% could mean hundreds of years of recovery, something we probably could not do. Radiation does cross the equator. And this is a war against the ruling class: both capitalist and religious. It’s probably the last major conflict we will have, because a lot of us are going to die this time. And if you’ve been folowing world events the last 15 years, you know that we’re already in WWIII.

    • kiran

      that’s good whites should be exterminated.

  • Jason

    update on this article, now is the best time to move away from America. You have choices between Hillary or Donald? lol, prepare to pack our bags. Isn’t nothing worth fighting for anymore, when your fellow neighbor is too busy worrying about what model of iphone he has.

  • Carmen Park

    The only sensible reply i have read here.

  • Shawn Mary Reid

    I would love to live there . I definitely want to come for a visit . I would also like to experience the Buddhist culture first hand .

    • kiran

      no white turds are not welcome to our Buddhism go f yourself white devil!

      • Kent International Marketing L

        screw you, you are not welcome in Buddhism. My name is Sunny and everybody is welcome except for kiran

  • Shawn Mary Reid

    Very true you are so right . I stayed this long because of my family . My mother is getting very old she’s my everything . She’s all of the family I really have left. . She will not move . I told her I am ready to move, and that I am not happy in this Country anymore . She said she will never move . It will be hard to leave her , but I don’t won’t stay to see this once great country fall to complete and utter criminal madness and destruction . even more so than it is now .i have been trying to educate myself on where the best place to move would be . I will eventually be moving unless a miracle occurs . I can only hope she will change her mind and come with me . I am thinking Thialand would be a perfect fit for me . I suggest everyone who is not happy to leave . I won’t lie it’s kind of sad to me that I actually said that . I don’t own land here but it was once my home and I loved it a lot . Good bye America.

    • ljlj

      Leave. Make your mom come or leave her behind.

  • Daniel Pearson

    Add swing ding- dong clinton to thjat list

  • Daniel Pearson

    Unknown. In what ever country to go to live you need assimilate in learn there language and customs as you always be an outsider. Do not be arrogant American expecting them to assimilate to American ways. do not do as the Mexicans do and not be part of the U.S. and just want only the things.

    • Also I think that it would be important to remember that if we did build that wall, and Americans were trying to Mexico, that Mexicans may treat Americans the same way? It’s only fair.

  • ANONimo

    Panamá is way safer than Mexico.

  • The only place that I can think about being a safe “country” within the future would be “The Seasteading Institute.” Which is basically an idea for cities to be built upon water and run by green power. They have some of the designs ready… they just need the money now.

  • Philosopher

    I am ready to leave. I have lived in Europe, on two occasions. Once for several years and a second time for a three months. I have visited almost every European country, both in western and Eastern Europe.

    The issue of the invasion of Europe is a big concern. Quite frankly I don’t want to have to deal with Muslims abusing their host country.

    I will check back. Interesting article, nonetheless, can you do an update? Thanks!

  • kiran

    buddhism doesn’t even belong to thailand so shut up yellow urine colored oriental .Buddhism belongs to IndiA and we hate ricepickers

  • kiran

    whites are not true americans whites are terrorists who stole America from native Indians and removed the Indians on may 28,1830

  • kiran

    ya it was beautiful until you whites showed uP! don’t come to Asia you whites are not welcome you come to asia our people will kill you!

    • Zedzian

      I work for the NSA. We have located your IP and have instructed the CIA to target you for a drone strike. Bwa-ha-ha-ha!

  • Kiran

    if you are white stay out of Asia or else you will get murdered.we don’t like white trash. you whites talkallot of trash about colored people you come to our land you will be knifed

  • kiran

    not to muslims it aint. and you whites in Germany should quit calling yourself Aryans only india indians are Aryans. you whites are mlecchas sheer cultureless garbage also the swastika and yoga doesnt belong to whites either that too is indias.

    • Kent International Marketing L

      india indians are Aryans LOLOLOLOLOL you have me LOLing so hard i want to die LOLing to your garbage… Did you mistake this website for a comedy site? You crack me up baby girl. tell this to deepak or susinad and they will say, “what you talkin about kiran”?
      The aryan race of people are caucasian period. Nothing more to say there.

  • kiran

    you white turds are not true american nor canadian Kanata is a native indian word whites don’t belong in any non white lands apology or not you are set for genocide and that time is coming soon all races want you dead!let’s see your false superiority kick in play when you get your #$$% handed to you.

  • Herbert Finkle

    Whats it like for brown skinned men there? Any experiences you can share?

  • Kent International Marketing L

    Canadian here too! Agreed, we have the best DAM country ever.

  • Kent International Marketing L

    good luck when you are sent to the gulag.

  • Sams_1

    3 years ago and now look at the Caliphate

  • Steve

    If all Millennials would leave the U.S., it would be much better.

  • Boo

    Travel for americans is prohibitively expensive. I notice you didnt mention that while you were flapping your gums.

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