How to Move Away From the USAAmericans who do not want to live in the fascist USA any longer can migrate to another country without a great deal of difficulty.
America is rapidly becoming a fascist country and there is little that can stop it. If you are an American and would like to opt-out out the madness you may want to consider migrating to another country.
If you doubt that America is becoming a fascist country or don’t know what “fascist” means please watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjALf12PAWc
If you would like to stay in America and support the struggle for liberty keep in mind that a large percentage of Americans actively support fascist ideals and are heavily brainwashed. 30-40% of Americans lack the ability for independent thought and won’t support efforts to protect the constitution. It isn’t just about saving your country from the forces that seek to destroy it but saving it from the ignorance and apathy that make it possible for fascism to grow.
Many Americans are now moving away from the United States and living in countries that have greater liberty, freedom, economic opportunity and democracy.
It is not easy to migrate to another country but it can be done. Most desirable countries have substantial financial barriers to legal migrants. It can cost up to $500,000 to buy one’s way into many developed countries. Some countries have special programs to allow the entry of people from the US as skilled labor, farmers, artists or entrepreneurs at low cost. Most countries also have a quota and simply allow a certain number of new migrants who don’t have a lot of money.
Many countries have corrupt immigration programs and if one merely pays the right person enough money one can obtain a temporary permanent residence card. The Author obtained a one year residence permit in a South American country for the low price of $40, a residence permit in a middle eastern country was obtained for about $1,000.
Under NAFTA’s inter-company transferee program you can live and work in Canada or Mexico if you have a company which has been in business for more than a year and a half and it establishes a branch office in Canada or Mexico. Your company merely transfers you to the branch office for the purpose of developing the new business office, training new employees, etc. You are then legally able to obtain a work permit, and visa if needed.
Canada is a great place to live and desperately needs skilled workers. It has recently expanded the program to allow in skilled workers and all you have to do is get a company in Canada to offer you a job and apply for a work visa for you. Truck drivers, nurses, doctors, oil-field workers are all needed as are waiters and maids. It is also easy to start a business in Canada and you can simply work for your own business.
You don’t necessarily have to immigrate to another country to be able to live there. Many countries do not require visas for Americans and you can simply go there and live but you may have to leave once every 6 months or so and return to renew your visit. Working legally is usually a different story, unless you work in your own business.
There are a number of good sources online for country specific immigration informatin.