You Are Living In A Country You HATE, Where Do You Want To Live Instead?

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posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 08:43 PM
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Everywhere is trouble if we are not situated correctly within ourselves. Ofcourse it takes a whole country to be situated happily within themselves so as not to harrass the other citizens of their country or other countries in the world .
Australia is agreat country , but suffers the same unscruplous merchantile , political , class who want to sell the country down the drain for profits of a few people
So we have a moral problem in the world today . We have people who want to endlessly take adavantage of other countries liberal welfare law for refugees who are actually not refugees, or who are part of the EU from one part that doesn't pay welfare benefit so they travel to the part that will pay them instead of staying where they are and working and being happy with a simpler life .
So many people are involved as they are always wanting a better deal and that usually results in messing up the deal in the countries they flood into .
Live simple happy lives in natural settings , working together to grow nice foods and feast together as in an epicurian village
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posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 08:53 PM
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I'm disappointed with people not actually listing where they would want to live

Personally

What would attract me would be these things

Has to be HOT in the summer, a proper summer IE not much rain and plenty of beautiful clear skies (near a coastline) although not essential

Has to be very cold in the winter with "proper blizzards" deep snow cover Christmas card scenes all round

What are my options? Never land?

If I had to pick a country it would have to be the Canada, but then I would have to move to somewhere like the the Maldives in Summer



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 08:56 PM
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Take me to North Korea, haha.


Nah, i love my country, Australia...wouldn't change it for anything else.

With that said, i wouldn't mind seeing Scotland or New Zealand though.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 09:00 PM
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I would love to move to Germany, but seeing as how I've damn near got to sign my life away and/or claim a country as my official homeland for a passport I am stuck here. I want to leave the U.S. to get away from this mess, not sign a bunch of paperwork giving you permission to keep tabs on me. Like you s.o.b's aren't doing that already.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 09:11 PM
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I love America and the entrepreneurial spirit that exits here. I feel blessed to have been able to work hard and succeed in businesses that I owned and operated.

Still my happiest moments are spent on the west coast of Mexico where I'm able to pursue the finer things in life; surfing, fishing and hanging out in bars.

A que hora comienza la fiesta?
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posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 09:14 PM
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Well, I keep saying Finland. We have talked about Ireland, Italy and Iceland. The Scandinavian countries are very appealing.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 09:19 PM
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I have wanted to live in France since I was a kid. I remember at around 8 saying I wanted to live in France. My mom said I have been saying this my entire life.

I live in the states and would move to France in a heartbeat and never come back....but it's not that easy to move to France and well I can't afford it. I'd sell everything I have if it would help but it wouldn't. I have always loved the French and the culture and the way of life. I am drawn to a little place called Nievre. It's about an hour and a half south of Paris.

Oh I can dream.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 09:31 PM
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mblahnikluver
reply to post by soulpowertothendegree
 


I have wanted to live in France since I was a kid. I remember at around 8 saying I wanted to live in France. My mom said I have been saying this my entire life.

I live in the states and would move to France in a heartbeat and never come back....but it's not that easy to move to France and well I can't afford it. I'd sell everything I have if it would help but it wouldn't. I have always loved the French and the culture and the way of life. I am drawn to a little place called Nievre. It's about an hour and a half south of Paris.

Oh I can dream.


I wish you the best if you ever decide to chase that dream.


Men have it easier, as far as i can tell. All we have to do is join the French Foreign Legion and we can get French citizenship/nationality...but yeah, one has to be crazy to join those guys, lol.
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posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 10:24 PM
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Perhaps your desire to go there is rooted in a past life...often we are drawn to things because of familiarity.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 10:33 PM
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Well every place you could choose has an upside and a downside, the key is knowing which benefits you prefer over which ones you would prefer to do without. For instance, I would prefer having running hot water, but I am glad to not have to deal with rude drivers. I suspect I could give you a rather large list of pro and con at this point, but I am trying to keep the identity of the the 2 countries in question that I am referring to. I am trying to not allow bias to infiltrate this thread. If I did tell the name of the 2 countries certainly it would be open season on either. I don't personally hate either country, but I do have a preference of one over the other; the reasoning is hard to explain. The main one is my spouse has to be where they are for personal reasons and I refuse to be apart at all cost.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 10:39 PM
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You are absolutely correct about acceptance. However, having the choice is not always the case. Deciding how to deal with something and the effects it has on you is often determined by the circumstances which brought you there in the first place; those circumstances are not always determined by the individual. I think we like to believe we have free will all the time; that is just not possible when other decisions are being made that affect you are being done so without your input.

Yes, perhaps acceptance is up to each individual, but it is not cut and dried so to speak.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 10:50 PM
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First off I should say...I love my country

I spent six months in Germany, and I just loved it, I want to experience more of what life has to offer, I love being immersed in a whole new culture, everything is so brand new.

I would love to spend a year in China for it's history. I'd like to spend sometime in India as well as Brazil, well what I really want is to live on a river boat on the Amazon river for a year or two, it's my ultimate dream. Morocco, Spain, and Ireland are also places i'd love to have extended stays in.

I'd always come back to the US though, this is home.



posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 11:32 PM
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I don't hate my country...

but if I ever had to leave, I'd choose one of my nordic neighbours, or Iceland.



DexteramLucifer
I would love to move to Germany, but seeing as how I've damn near got to sign my life away and/or claim a country as my official homeland for a passport I am stuck here.

If the US Gov. keeps deteriorating your fundamental rights, you might soon be eligible to apply for dual-citizenship in Germany as a political refugee.



posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 12:41 AM
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Hadn't thought of that but now that you bring it up, I'll shall keep a better eye on the political theater here in the U.S.



posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 02:40 AM
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Same country but Natives instead of the money loving horde. The land wasnt founded by the Federal Reserve.



posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 09:01 AM
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Costa Rica. Great place, lots of very friendly people. Looked into/visited and spoke with attorneys. Unless one is wealthy as hell, setting up a business and trying to make money there is a nightmare. If you have enough to live on it is pretty great.

Next choice?

I really like Santa Barbara, Ca. Close enough to L.A. to be able to make a run into the city, far enough away to not have top deal with L.A. This is where I might end up as I can move my business down there pretty easily.



posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 09:58 AM
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I wouldn't move from where I am, just to an area near the college if it was my choice specifically. Government wise, Norway.

But love Canadians. And my friends and family. In fact spend much time worrying about everyone we've met and would really like to help some of the kids who lived in the ministry group homes and various groups, some were native youths, and were getting into bad things, that used to show up at our house when we lived in the lower mainland. And we ended up with a lot of things stolen.

But if it was up to me, and had the resources, would make some eco farms in the interior, and move all of those kids into their own homes and ensure they had part time work, part time meditation, martial arts, and creative pursuits, and the video games they like, and let them grow up without street mafia experiences. Just healing up and being loved. And choosing talents to develop. And having some money to buy what they want.

Wouldn't leave, too involved with people. Even as a hermit. And so, have many to worry about and send prayers for, and in addition. To try and get some problem solving businesses started that might help some of these kids down the line, or those in the same situation.
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posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 02:35 PM
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I know not everyone else lives in America here in ATS but I do live in America and I love it.

I love it because of what it should be.

What I hate is the complacency of the majority of my fellow citizens to never live up to its potential. The fact people care more about the name of Kanye and Kim's baby and not the condition of their State and Government make me





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