I have spent a lot of time living in the 3rd world (not Europe so can't speak for that) and I can say from my experience there is no better place than the USA even as bad as it can get. You are far better off looking for a state and a local government within the United States where you are around like minded people. Not as exciting as moving somewhere else hoping to escape, but that's the reality in my experience. If you are single, have a lot of crypto cash flow, want to be quasi-invisible, then Brazil or a similar place would be interesting, but in the end, there is no escape from what's happening domestically in the US. Possible exceptions might be if the country you move to is an ancestral home or you have family there. Whatever you do, you'll need to become a fluent speaker of the native language as a bare minimum req to integrating into a new society. You don't want to be one of these expats that sticks out like a sore thumb, especially if the local government gets a little overzealous. You'll have a hard time ever getting a job, or buying property if you're not an actual resident, so keep in mind that unlike the USA, even the poorest of governments do not want expats unless they are going to invest back into the country. Also, keep in mind most countries are vassal states of some other bigger alpha such as the USA or EU. In my travels, I found pockets of Christianity, but certainly no more than you would otherwise find in the South or another location with the US. In fact, I would guess that there are very few places that are more densely Christian than in the bible belt (note: I have not lived in the South). Think long and hard before you attempt a move like this, because if you don't have a solid plan to gain stability, it may be a big waste of time and effort. On the other hand, if you're single and want to get away from the influence US culture has on dating, then leaving the USA may be an experience worth investing in, just don't go in there with high expectations. The USA is still the one to beat for overall quality of life.