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I have decided to leave USA b4 the end of the year...destination unknown

I have alot of questions. Where is the liberty-minded, cheap living, and etc....country? I want to go where the government is afraid of the people and not the other way around. I need imput from the Daily Paul people...

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I'm no expert on these things

I'm no expert on these things but I heard international trends predictor, Gerald Celente, talk about this once. He actually was considering leaving the United States too because of the coming problems. After a lot of research and contemplation, he finally decided it would be better to "fight" this here than abroad. He bought four historical buildings (Revolutionary era) on four corners of Kingston, NY to restore. To him, he thought this is a new Revolution (of ideas) and concluded there was nowhere else to go better than here. He does regular video updates on youtube of coming trends by following what is going on around the world; quite accurate too.

Look into

Chile and New Zealand.

Panama was recommended to me by one international relocation service, but there are some negatives too.

There are many sites online that provide info, but here is one that let's you weight areas to your particular tastes.


Our family's journey from the Rocket City to the Redoubt: www.suburbiatosimplicity.com

There isn't really anywhere

There isn't really anywhere to go. This is it.


travel quotes. i post this because a bunch of these folks ending up living abroad as well.

South America

I've read good things about Uruguay.

There's also Casey's gulch in Argentina.

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Uruguay rocks!

I had a conversation with a friend of mine and we were discussing where we would like to live if it wasn't the US. Here are my top 15 reasons why:

1. It’s a democratic constitutional republic
2. No official religion, but religious freedom is guaranteed.
3. Church and state are officially separated.
4. The culture is strongly European, with 88% of population white.
5. The national dish is Asado, a kind of barbecued beef.
6. Beef is fundamental to Uruguayan cuisine and the country is one of the world’s top consumers of red meat per capita.
7. It is known for having the lowest rate of crime in Latin America.
8. Stable economy.
9. They don’t tax foreign source income.
10. Comfortable climate. 70-80 in the summer and 50-60 in the winter. Freezing temps are almost unknown.
11. Has never had an earthquake or a hurricane.
12. It has first world infrastructure. Good roads, safe drinking water, good public transportation, broad cell phone coverage, and high-speed internet.
13. Residency is pretty easy to obtain. Applying for residency in Uruguay includes a criminal background check, a health checkup, and a verification of a regular source of income, such as social security or a pension. The current income requirement is just 500 US dollars per month (considered the minimum amount a person can live on). New residents are allowed to bring in their household goods without duties or taxes.
14. You can go from the city to the countryside or the beach in less than 30 minutes.
15. Many Uruguayans speak English as a second language.

Have Friends Moving There

...next month. I will post their experience.


33 acres, unlimited water

33 acres, unlimited water http://www.viviun.com/AD-198000/

Really good info

Thanks for posting this!

Our family's journey from the Rocket City to the Redoubt: www.suburbiatosimplicity.com

Look into Belize ... that is

Look into Belize ... that is my destination.



W W W W D ???

What would William Wallace do?

remind yourselves of these words from William Wallace (Mel Gibson)


Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?


isn't that where the British are dumping their toxic waste (in the ocean) there and there is alot of babies born with deformities. I guess I could become a pirate....aaaarrrr matey :)

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win!"

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