posted on Nov, 10 2011 @ 08:46 PM
I'm not sure where it's gonna start or how, but from what everyone can obviously see, something big's about to happen. If that turns out to be WWIII
and you're really considering Latin America, two things:
- We welcome you with open arms to Brazil. There are no more welcoming people in the world like us. Well, maybe other Latin Americans;
- Be aware that coming here you'll first-handedly experience the political turmoil we're going through. Corruption is killing this country. It's been
years since we voted the last time for someone for agreeing with their views. We now vote on who we think is less corrupt, even if that means
abdicating of laws we wanted to see passing or general views.
Of course some other parts of the world are way more unstable than Brazil is or will be, but it's not going to be safe and easy around here. For
anyone. I guess it isn't safe and easy anywhere, though...
Originally posted by enteri
Sub-Saharan Africa and South America will be least hit by the next major conflict. When it hits you should have assets in something tangible like
land. You can live off it. You unfortunately can't live off the technology industry once all infrastructure has been demolished.
As for this, how bad is the scenario you're predicting? Because Brazil is pretty ahead technologically speaking, unless everything becomes anarchy and
in a "I-saw-it-first" basis, technology is a viable way to sustain yourself. Hell, I wouldn't have a dime if my dad didn't work in technology. We're
not all sewers and growers in here, you know...
edit on 10/11/2011 by Dehast because: (no reason given)