Best Christian Country to expat to by/before 2024

kel

Ostrich
Also, Kosovo has just implemented the vaccine passport as well, so if you want to go to a restaurant you need a vaccine or a PCR test that is negative lol. I am shocked that small countries like this are able to enforce these rules.
Unless it's changed since I was there, Kosovo (or Pristina at least) is a whole maze of NATO checkpoints and gated communities anyways.

Really makes ya think....
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Unless it's changed since I was there, Kosovo (or Pristina at least) is a whole maze of NATO checkpoints and gated communities anyways.

Really makes ya think....
When were you there? NATO is gone but a lot of the international NGO's remained, and it's still a hub for EU groups. U.S. military is still there in Bondsteel in Ferizaj. Kosovo is basically a colonized outpost in the balkans for the globalists, so I'm not shocked in the slightest bit that these mandates are happening. But I have my doubts that they will be enforced effectively...this is the hope for the balkans since I am sure they will put laws on the books. The key to balkans is that their appeasement of the EU is basically a facade to try to get money. That's the only reason I am still considering it over places like Central America or Mexico. I have hopes that the "on the ground" life will be ok. I might be very wrong about that but I guess we'll find out soon enough.
 

kel

Ostrich
Over ten years ago.

I'll be interested to hear your experiences. I think I'm sticking it out in the US and just trying to keep away from the hubs of the empire.
 

aynrus

Pelican
The vaccine system is just a step onto the beast system. Eventually it will become a microchip scenario. Thus, I don't even want to step foot on it. That's not even considering the multiplicity of health concerns. So there would have to be a very justifiable reason to want to get it at that point to travel. At the same time, if they actually allowed something like covaxxin to be utilized, it would be less of a big deal. But instead they don't allow you to get that vaccine and instead try to force you to take experimental RNA filled with toxic graphene. Why? That's incredibly nefarious. If they allowed novavax or covaxxin I would then have to deeply consider the pros and cons. Even then wouldn't want it and there would have to be a very good reason to get it.
There's no reason to want this satanic poison (which has sole purpose of making one slave of their Beast System forever), to travel.
There'll be ways out of the US, Southern border isn't impenetrable.
They won't mandate the vaxx for flights for a while, I think, without test exemption.
Then, there'll Southern border land crossings which have different rules than airlines.
Even illegal crossing would be an option. And out of Mexico, I'm sure there'll be airlines who'll profit off no-vaxx flights, plus charter flights, private planes and, worse comes to worst, boats.
(covaxxin is likely has the same level of garbage than others, there's no way to know the truth about adulterants and modified gene sequences in this garbage, the gene stuff isn't public anyway, these liars are not to be trusted on anything, they're up to major no good).
It's a matter of control at this point and even if they asked me to eat a chocolate cookie to enter a store at this point, I'd rather eat dirt and die than be back to their Soviet Union slavery again. What's happening is just a start of some very ugly stuff that will last a very long time.
 
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I'd opine differently. Grow where you're planted. Unless you have compelling connections to go somewhere else.

Personally if I had no ties to where I am I'd align with and move towards one of the west-coast pro-white groups that already exists. There are a few other groups like that that are either pro-white and pro-Christian or at least pro-white and anti-degeneracy. Southern Nationalists to me seem like the best of the lot for being both racially loyal and adamantly Christian, but I'm no southerner.

Have you looked into communities like that in America yet?
Yea I agree. I think its mostly naive to think you could effectively immerse yourself into a foreign country as a “local”. I think Americans don’t fully understand this because America isn’t a nation state. If you must go abroad, I think a better approach would to just embrace the “expat” role, and accept that you’ll always be a tourist to some degree, but you also may find stronger bonds with follow expats as well.
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
There's no reason to want this satanic poison (which has sole purpose of making one slave of their Beast System forever), to travel.
There'll be ways out of the US, Southern border isn't impenetrable.
They won't mandate the vaxx for flights for a while, I think, without test exemption.
Then, there'll Southern border land crossings which have different rules than airlines.
Even illegal crossing would be an option. And out of Mexico, I'm sure there'll be airlines who'll profit off no-vaxx flights, plus charter flights, private planes and, worse comes to worst, boats.
(covaxxin is likely has the same level of garbage than others, there's no way to know the truth about adulterants and modified gene sequences in this garbage, the gene stuff isn't public anyway, these liars are not to be trusted on anything, they're up to major no good).
It's a matter of control at this point and even if they asked me to eat a chocolate cookie to enter a store at this point, I'd rather eat dirt and die than be back to their Soviet Union slavery again. What's happening is just a start of some very ugly stuff that will last a very long time.
They won't mandate it for air travel just yet, I don't think. It seems like Biden doesn't want to pass any EO yet. Maybe when the pressure mounts he will end up doing that, but it will happen in the Fall/Winter. He would pull that before thanksgiving or Christmas to piss people off and prevent them from seeing family.

Also it's important to remember that the FDA withdraws its authorization for the PCR test on December 31. So in 2022 all bets for travel are off. My suspicion, however, is that even sooner it can become very difficult especially given that other countries will start to pass harsher border rules. In short, if you really feel you need to get somewhere, then leave sooner rather than later, but I think the PCR test option will likely still be in play for at least the next couple of months.
 

aynrus

Pelican
They won't mandate it for air travel just yet, I don't think. It seems like Biden doesn't want to pass any EO yet. Maybe when the pressure mounts he will end up doing that, but it will happen in the Fall/Winter. He would pull that before thanksgiving or Christmas to piss people off and prevent them from seeing family.

Also it's important to remember that the FDA withdraws its authorization for the PCR test on December 31. So in 2022 all bets for travel are off. My suspicion, however, is that even sooner it can become very difficult especially given that other countries will start to pass harsher border rules. In short, if you really feel you need to get somewhere, then leave sooner rather than later, but I think the PCR test option will likely still be in play for at least the next couple of months.
I was talking about Mexico crossing for Winter or later. There always need to be a back up plan.

I don't need PCR test to fly out, because of regulations that are applicable to me. But in addition, Mexico also doesn't require a test and one can cross there and then go from Mexico elsewhere (FDA approval for PCR test ending doesn't control its use outside the States)
 
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aynrus

Pelican
By the way, EUA authorization withdrawal in Dec 2021 is for real-time RT PCR test developed by CDC. There're multiple other PCR tests, not by CDC available, under EUA in the US included, and not affected by this withdrawal.
 
I was talking about Mexico crossing for Winter or later. There always need to be a back up plan.

I don't need PCR test to fly out, because of regulations that are applicable to me. But in addition, Mexico also doesn't require a test and one can cross there and then go from Mexico elsewhere (FDA approval for PCR test ending doesn't control its use outside the States)
I'm also looking at Mexico for those reasons. Emailing back and forth with a few consulates at the moment - each one has different requirements so making sure I have all my documentation lined up and hope to get it all approved and then head down to a INM in MX to get my residency card. I'm also nomadic at the moment so when I head down to the AZ area in a couple of months and things are getting wild in the US I can drop down there for a while (or at another time, assuming the Feds don't halt border crossings...).
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
I'm also looking at Mexico for those reasons. Emailing back and forth with a few consulates at the moment - each one has different requirements so making sure I have all my documentation lined up and hope to get it all approved and then head down to a INM in MX to get my residency card. I'm also nomadic at the moment so when I head down to the AZ area in a couple of months and things are getting wild in the US I can drop down there for a while (or at another time, assuming the Feds don't halt border crossings...).
I heard Calexico is a nice border town actually.
 
The current Mexican president may be a Covid skeptic, but I don't see much else to be impressed with. He's basically an anti-establishment Bernie type of socialist, which may be better than establishment liberalism, but a failed ideology nonetheless. He also seems cucked to the cartels. I guess from a tourism perspective, Mexico looks good right now, but I don't see much to be bullish on the future.
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
The current Mexican president may be a Covid skeptic, but I don't see much else to be impressed with. He's basically an anti-establishment Bernie type of socialist, which may be better than establishment liberalism, but a failed ideology nonetheless. He also seems cucked to the cartels. I guess from a tourism perspective, Mexico looks good right now, but I don't see much to be bullish on the future.
I thought his entire campaign was on defeating the cartels? Lol.
 

SeaEagle

Chicken
I feel like every Mexican president says that. Kind of like how Trump wooed us.

WIth regards to Poland, can an unvaxxed north american even get there without getting holed up for quarantine?
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
I feel like every Mexican president says that. Kind of like how Trump wooed us.

WIth regards to Poland, can an unvaxxed north american even get there without getting holed up for quarantine?
No, you need to quarantine. But it's not that bad probably. I'd rather quarantine than get the thing shoved in my nose tbh.

Edit: Nvm you need to get the nose thing anyways... :sad:
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
I think you can still get into Colombia without a Vax or maybe even a test. I've thought of going there myself for the long term but ive got responsibilities at home at the moment. Sad thing about being Canadian is I might not be able to get on a plane soon to leave this chunk of ice. There are women in Colombia looking for a solid man and a family, but being a gringo puts you a step back on the family man front. Still I know 3 euro guys who all married or in LTC with colombianas
 

SeaEagle

Chicken
Sad thing about being Canadian is I might not be able to get on a plane soon to leave this chunk of ice.

My parents escaped communism and the berlin wall only to have their son trapped in his own country for following Christianity and refusing cannabalistic gene therapy. The dominant narrative a sloppy hodge-podge of contraditions that can only be sustained by manipulating boomers' respect for people in suits on the Teevee.
 

4600_fan

Pigeon
Orthodox
Hi all. What do you guys think about Russia? Firstly, I know you cannot simply "move to Russia." I mean hypothetically if Russia decided to actually start issuing refugee visas for Americans and other Westerners fleeing globohomo, would you consider it?

I currently live in the USA and frankly I'm so depressed with my current situation. I have travelled extensively and lived overseas for years. Well, I'm back after returning in 2018 and with corona and the lockdowns, well you know, everything just got worse even though I live in a firmly red state. Frankly, I hate living in the United States. I know it could be worse, I could be born a Yemeni etc. But I just hate it here. Being an Orthodox Christian and having been exposed to the world outside the great satan I don't subscribe to the American narrative of history at all. Also, I think the entire culture is fake and basically a consumer society that has no real historical nationhood or ethnos to look back to as a method of resisting said globohomo. To me, America is just dead space, meaningless strip malls repeating themselves like the fractal expression of a deep spiritual cancer.

For me, traveling to (or living in) old world countries either in Europe or in Asia is the only time I actually feel like I fully exist as a human being. Well, that and Liturgy. To me real living is being surrounded by the sacred. Old things, things that weren't built for the sole purpose of extracting money as efficiently as possible, things with history, people with real cultures, that's whats real to me, and that's what counts as really human.

That being said, I also know that most other countries are closed societies. Some of them carve out a nice comfortable niche for foreigners (Thailand comes to mind) but you can never "join" them. You'll always be on the outside. Frankly, it's only the globohomo countries that even pretend to be "open" which makes sense considering the ultimate goal to produce a universal consumer that is completely interchangeable with any other human being. So, you'd have to carve out some kind of niche existance for yourself and hopefully make friends with fellow expats but at the same time assimilate as much as possible and learn the language and try to make some native friends too.

So, would you consider Russia? Does anyone actually know anyone who moved there and their experiences? Seriously if I was given the opportunity, I would consider it but I don't know how I could contribute to their society not knowing the language and being from a spiritually poisonous country.
 

Harrington

Chicken
Orthodox
Hi all. What do you guys think about Russia? Firstly, I know you cannot simply "move to Russia." I mean hypothetically if Russia decided to actually start issuing refugee visas for Americans and other Westerners fleeing globohomo, would you consider it?

I currently live in the USA and frankly I'm so depressed with my current situation. I have travelled extensively and lived overseas for years. Well, I'm back after returning in 2018 and with corona and the lockdowns, well you know, everything just got worse even though I live in a firmly red state. Frankly, I hate living in the United States. I know it could be worse, I could be born a Yemeni etc. But I just hate it here. Being an Orthodox Christian and having been exposed to the world outside the great satan I don't subscribe to the American narrative of history at all. Also, I think the entire culture is fake and basically a consumer society that has no real historical nationhood or ethnos to look back to as a method of resisting said globohomo. To me, America is just dead space, meaningless strip malls repeating themselves like the fractal expression of a deep spiritual cancer.

For me, traveling to (or living in) old world countries either in Europe or in Asia is the only time I actually feel like I fully exist as a human being. Well, that and Liturgy. To me real living is being surrounded by the sacred. Old things, things that weren't built for the sole purpose of extracting money as efficiently as possible, things with history, people with real cultures, that's whats real to me, and that's what counts as really human.

That being said, I also know that most other countries are closed societies. Some of them carve out a nice comfortable niche for foreigners (Thailand comes to mind) but you can never "join" them. You'll always be on the outside. Frankly, it's only the globohomo countries that even pretend to be "open" which makes sense considering the ultimate goal to produce a universal consumer that is completely interchangeable with any other human being. So, you'd have to carve out some kind of niche existance for yourself and hopefully make friends with fellow expats but at the same time assimilate as much as possible and learn the language and try to make some native friends too.

So, would you consider Russia? Does anyone actually know anyone who moved there and their experiences? Seriously if I was given the opportunity, I would consider it but I don't know how I could contribute to their society not knowing the language and being from a spiritually poisonous country.

You may find this video interesting.

 

4600_fan

Pigeon
Orthodox
You may find this video interesting.

Thank you. I almost mentioned that one, yes I saw it. He had a big "in" as a ROCOR priest and I think an ethnic heritage. I'd love to hear more stories of families that made the move. I wish the Russian government would start building Western refugee programs, but I get it, we all know the dangers of refugees lol... you never know what you're gonna get!
 

Harrington

Chicken
Orthodox
Thank you. I almost mentioned that one, yes I saw it. He had a big "in" as a ROCOR priest and I think an ethnic heritage. I'd love to hear more stories of families that made the move. I wish the Russian government would start building Western refugee programs, but I get it, we all know the dangers of refugees lol... you never know what you're gonna get!

Makes sense. May be worth reaching out to him directly if you're an Orthodox Christian. He could probably give you a very good sense of how realistic it is as a lay person. I'm sure he wouldn't be hard to get in contact with either.
 
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