Escape From 'The New Normal'?

I’ve been able to escape 99% of the lockdown BS by staying in Tier II-III Mexico.

Published a book about it. PM me your questions. I also do fortune telling and palm readings.

Bonus Mexico is a fat person’s dream. Have another taco! Swill it down with soda. Mmm. Fattening.

That damn secretary of health made the transnational witches slap a label on their fatten-me-up products. It will do nothing though. I am addicted to junk food and love my fat behind so much I am in denial about it.

Seriously, it’s been pretty livable here the past year. I can’t complain about the quality of life. I spend less than $1000/month to golf, surf, use a good gym with no mask, local bus and taxi no mask, sleep in an AC apt, shop locally, hangout in a chill cafe and surf hostel, date women half my age who are brain dead zoomers.

Yipee. Still praying the good lord to send me a skinny wife with manners who’s not brain dead. Please God. I’m trying so hard here.

Mexico never barred Americans (or anyone else). No test. No quarantine.

Cold cerveza. I like Indio best. Then Modelo Negra. Corona is good for hot days. I called that my corona virus cure. I have a nice vid on insta smearing it all over at the beach.

Big 3 cities and tourist areas had more restrictions though. You have to be strategic where you go to avoid the new normal.

Interesting and tongue in cheek update from Mexico - thanks for swinging by. How about Puerto Vallarta? I visited a few years ago and although it has its shady parts I think it was pretty damn livable at the time. Especially if you speak Spanish which both my wife and I do. I probably wouldn't want to live there all year but I could definitely sit out the winter here in Spain. It actually does get cold and rainy in Spain, much to the surprise of most people who expect it to be summer here all year LOL

Anyway, Spain still has its collective head up its ass regarding lockdowns and mask rules. All evidence to the contrary I may add plus the rules that have been implemented are completely nonsensical. E.g. foreigners are able to come here without issues but Spaniards are not supposed to leave their regions. Which isn't heavily involved however; if you jump in the car and drive through half the peninsula there is a good chance you'll never be stopped.
 
I did a Western Mediterranean cruise a few years ago in winter. I wanted to test the weather along the Italian, French, Spanish coast, including the islands from Malta to Sicily and Mallorca.

It was such bad weather! Cold rain and wind blasting my face at every port. F that noise.

They say there are 5 Mediterranean climates in the world. I’ll take SoCal’s “Mediterranean” winter any day over the actual Mediterranean. My first book was about following the weather around the USA in a camper van and RV.

I have a comparison in my second book (about international travel) of wintering in Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, and Baja. I don’t think any are particularly good compared to other less touristy and expensive areas.

I truly don’t understand why so many foreigners like to flush money down the toilet to sit on REALLY crappy beaches because there is a name attached to it.

In any of those three places you’ll spend ridiculous money compared to other areas with FAR more beautiful and CLEAN beaches.

If you had to pick I’d recommend Baja or Riviera Maya (Quintana Roo) over PV. You speak Spanish so you’re not dependent on being in Gringo heaven. Though even in my city there are plenty of Gringo owned businesses and English speaking Mexicans. I hardly ever speak Spanish.

The beaches around PV aren’t even that nice unless you take the boat to some of the small villages down the coast. Most are day trips and not places to live.

Even the nicer beaches in Oaxaca got strict under Covid and closed. They tried that here in Manzanillo, Colima for a few months. The enforcement started at 10am by which time I was already done surfing. I only had to stop surfing evenings for a few months (got more into golf).

I can hit a bucket on a nice golf course here for $5. Local greens fee with cart is $40. Far more affordable than other cities like GDL. I can play every week for a few hundred dollars. Membership is a bit expensive ($1500) but unlimited.

Manzanillo is Mexico’s largest port now so they can’t shut the city down. They mainly stopped Weekenders from Guadalajara crossing the Jalisco-Colima border unless they owned a house here.

Barra de Navidad up the coast in Jalisco is a good choice with a nice wave too. Great 27 hole golf course for $50 if you join the fraternal golf club (otherwise $200). I hop on the bus there sometimes for a weekend. I could go on and on. My book has a lot of detail, too.

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aynrus

Pelican
Kiyv, Ukraine is starting to allow to board public transportation by special permit only, over the fake hoax. (most people there don't own cars and depend on public transport)
They're only going to issue these e-permits to "essential workers", for a couple of weeks for now (plus a bunch of additional lockdown measures)

So it's over a year and seems like they're only just starting on their global imprisonment plans implementation (at first it was "just 15 days, to flatten the curve" lie, the lie the mayor of Kiyv just repeated: "just need to wait a little bit, the more you comply the sooner we can open up, this is for your safety").

Vaxx passport, by the way, is a natural logical step after what's been tested in countries like Russia in the spring of 2020 - e-permits to ride public transport and to leave the house, even. As some correctly observed back then, they were just testing something much bigger with those permits and no way that mass surveillance system was going away or stay unused. Turkey, Australia, Russia, etc had already run early tests for total tracking (through QR codes to enter venue, permits to move, etc). They're spinning fake 3rd wave of fake virus to push that next step with vaxx passport. Developments in Ukraine are concerning... I can only hope fake essential worker permits won't be too expensive to buy for the locals.
 
Yeah I kind of support a mass uprising at this point. The main problem for the last 40 years or so has been no real consequences for the rich and political elite + no consequences for average people being fat little lambs.

The problem with mass uprisings is that they’re usually even worse than before. Like czarist Russia becoming soviet.

The best option seems moving to an industrialIzed country like Japan that has minimized its clown world nonsense.
 

Louis IX

Pelican
The fact that EE is jumping on the COVID hoax bandwagon frustrates me to no end. At this point I believe only a global economic crisis alongside mass starvation and widespread riots will wake people up.
Ukraine is Jewish-owned to the maximum extend.
the "resistance" of EE is very often a fantasy from the western people - based on the fact that there is not much immigration there.
In front of the same facts , EE usually submits the same way than the west. Even sometimes more easily as there is always someone ready to get corrupt.
 
Yeah I kind of support a mass uprising at this point. The main problem for the last 40 years or so has been no real consequences for the rich and political elite + no consequences for average people being fat little lambs.

The problem with mass uprisings is that they’re usually even worse than before. Like czarist Russia becoming soviet.

The best option seems moving to an industrialIzed country like Japan that has minimized its clown world nonsense.
Funnily enough they are still traditional in their social rites and are one of the least multicultural countries on this planet. Nothing to learn here xD
 
Well Soviet socialism killed tens of millions and most of Russia is still a shithole. Average salary is below India I think.

The only thing I liked about Russia was women saying they weren’t feminist and didn’t care about it. They thought it was kind of a dumb movement and rolled their eyes (clown world BS).

As one Russian guy said to me, “Yeah, why would they. They have the best scam.”

Basically they get all the good stuff from feminism like education and independence but Russian men are still ATM machines for them.
 

aynrus

Pelican
Ukraine is Jewish-owned to the maximum extend.
the "resistance" of EE is very often a fantasy from the western people - based on the fact that there is not much immigration there.
In front of the same facts , EE usually submits the same way than the west. Even sometimes more easily as there is always someone ready to get corrupt.
2 things about EE.

1) yes, you can not expect "resistance" from former Socialist camp countries. These countries had elaborate/total surveillance societies (and often 100% closed borders) with generations living under those conditions without showing resistance. Submission to the authority is deeply entrenched into the mentality there. In some countries, this goes further back to old feudalism system that was never fully dismantled.

2) at the same time, widespread corrpution allows to skirt harsh laws and rules. Also, countries with larger territories, such as Russia, have wast rural areas, where lifestyles are very traditional, lack technologies, living off the land is common - Great Reset would be impossible to fully enforce in those

Ukraine in particular is having one of the lowest hoax vaxx rates in Europe right now (and high level of distrust of poison), I guess they're pushing another lockdown to force compliance with their injections. Only Belarus and North Macedonia have lower vaxx rates than Ukraine.
 
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aynrus

Pelican
Well Soviet socialism killed tens of millions and most of Russia is still a shithole. Average salary is below India I think.

The only thing I liked about Russia was women saying they weren’t feminist and didn’t care about it. They thought it was kind of a dumb movement and rolled their eyes (clown world BS).

As one Russian guy said to me, “Yeah, why would they. They have the best scam.”

Basically they get all the good stuff from feminism like education and independence but Russian men are still ATM machines for them.

Well....
Japan population density: 340 per square km
Russia population density: 8.4 per square km

Japan is a little too crowded to put it mildly. (unless one has a way to end up in uncrowded remote regions, not sure how doable this is )
Anyway, Japan is insanely expensive and average house cost 337K USD in 2016 (probably a lot higher now)
Countries with higher pays make sure they have prices to match, usually.
 
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aynrus

Pelican
Ukraine, Serbia and Albania had signed dangerous document that calls for bio-surveillance vaxx dictatorship and for globalist treaty to establish such state worldwide. This initiative only had been signed by very few countries so far, so this is very telling that they had signed.
These countries must be important on Big Pharma's list.

there will be other pandemics and other major health emergencies in the future”, and that “the question now is not whether it will happen, but when it will happen”.

Therefore, we are committed to ensuring that safe, effective and affordable vaccines, drugs and diagnostic tools are equitably distributed in current and future pandemics. Immunisation is a global public welfare, and we must develop, produce and deploy vaccines as soon as possible,” the statement said.
- which vaccines do they want to produce as soon as possible, before next pandemic even? - seems like they're up to endless stream of vaxx poison

[Communist wording] a stark and painful reminder that nobody is safe until everyone is safe
This includes greatly enhancing international cooperation to improve, for example, alert systems, data-sharing, research, and local, regional and global production and distribution of medical and public health counter measures, such as vaccines, medicines, diagnostics and personal protective equipment.
Such a treaty should strengthen mutual accountability and collective responsibility, transparency and cooperation within the international system, and abide by its norms and rules

Initiative text:
 

Easy_C

Peacock
To some extent the best place to be depends on your means. It’s going to impact your ability to get around official problems, store resources, etc.

At the moment I think fleeing the US and EU should be a top option. EU is entirely under Schwab’s control. In the US the leftist culture I’ve noticed the rhetoric has stepped up dramatically to where even “normie” left wingers are now hand wringing endlessly about how the extreme danger from “Christian Nationalists” needs to be dealt with. They’re mentally prepared to enact genocide.

Do we have any more information or field reports on how other regions are faring? One major issue I have trying to do research is that so much of what you find is clogged up by White girl “entrepreneurs” who travel around “finding themselves” and have an understanding of those countries which is superficial at best.


Ideally you’d be looking for an area that:

1: Has displayed no inclination towards exploiting CV to deliberately crash their economy.

2: Lacks the kind of widespread conflict rhetoric that you find in places like the US, Afghanistan, South Africa, etc. (yes. Lumping those together is warranted based on personal experience).

3: Isn’t a high priority target in a global war (like Ukraine, Taiwan, etc.)

4: Has enough of a functional government in place that you can deal with routine paperwork isn’t an issue.

5: Allows open practice of Christian religion and has not taken any actions to oppress said practice (e.g. Ireland has banned mass).
 

Watchman72

Sparrow
Ideally you’d be looking for an area that:

1: Has displayed no inclination towards exploiting CV to deliberately crash their economy.

2: Lacks the kind of widespread conflict rhetoric that you find in places like the US, Afghanistan, South Africa, etc. (yes. Lumping those together is warranted based on personal experience).

3: Isn’t a high priority target in a global war (like Ukraine, Taiwan, etc.)

4: Has enough of a functional government in place that you can deal with routine paperwork isn’t an issue.

5: Allows open practice of Christian religion and has not taken any actions to oppress said practice (e.g. Ireland has banned mass).
Vietnam seems to tick most if not all of these boxes. The economic growth has slowed down because of covid, but it seems that the government really wants to keep the plates spinning. AFAIK, everything is open here; schools, shops, bars and restaurants etc. A lot of people with face diapers in the cities. In the countryside not so much. Ik looks like they are trying to implement contact tracing via a government app that uses QR codes. I've only seen sheets of paper with those codes stuck on school buildings. Nothing in shops, bars and restaurants so far. In Cambodia contact tracing is being rolled out in bars and restaurants. The convid vax might become mandatory in Vietnam, but it's still completely unclear for the moment. I'm still happy with my life in Vietnam and hope things will work out fine for me. As long as the vax stays voluntary I don't see any reason to switch countries.
 
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Well Soviet socialism killed tens of millions and most of Russia is still a shithole. Average salary is below India I think.

The only thing I liked about Russia was women saying they weren’t feminist and didn’t care about it. They thought it was kind of a dumb movement and rolled their eyes (clown world BS).

As one Russian guy said to me, “Yeah, why would they. They have the best scam.”

Basically they get all the good stuff from feminism like education and independence but Russian men are still ATM machines for them.


Russian women are different sorts of feminists, similar to say French women.

They are "feminine feminists" as in they dress as though they were in the 1920s-1950s USA, maintain a fit and trim petite figure, have their hair done up nicely, they look presentable, and they put attention into their appearance and how they carry themselves. But they still believe in getting money from men, working to have their own money and "independence," and having the option to make the man work to support them if they decide to stop working.

The USA is running on 3rd-4th wave "obesity feminism" where looks don't matter and indeed trying to look objectively beautiful is actually offensive because no woman should lower herself by trying to be aesthetically pleasing to a man.

France and Russia are on 2nd wave feminism where women still care about how they look.

Tell a self-professed "traditional conservative submissive" woman from Russia or France, "I don't believe women should be allowed to vote, run for office, hold office, buy real estate, or own real estate except in rare circumstances as a widow" and then wait for their reaction. They're not traditional, they're not conservative, and they're certainly not submissive.
 

aynrus

Pelican
Vietnam seems to tick most if not all of these boxes. The economic growth has slowed down because of covid, but it seems that the government really wants to keep the plates spinning. AFAIK, everything is open here; schools, shops, bars and restaurants etc. A lot of people with face diapers in the cities. In the countryside not so much. Ik looks like they are trying to implement contact tracing via a government app that uses QR codes. I've only seen sheets of paper with those codes stuck on school buildings. Nothing in shops, bars and restaurants so far. In Cambodia contact tracing is being rolled out in bars and restaurants. The convid vax might become mandatory in Vietnam, but it's still completely unclear for the moment. I'm still happy with my life in Vietnam and hope things will work out fine for me. As long as the vax stays voluntary I don't see any reason to switch countries.
Is there a way to gain permanent residency/immigrate to Vietnam (without having Vietnamese wife)?
Officially, it seems to be only through Vietnamese family, barring exceptional contributions to Vietnamese society, really.
Interestingly, on paper they give asylum/permanent residency to oppressed fighters for socialism...
 

Watchman72

Sparrow
Is there a way to gain permanent residency/immigrate to Vietnam (without having Vietnamese wife)?
Officially, it's really only through Vietnamese family, barring exceptional contributions to Vietnamese society.
Foreigners can get a Temporary Residence Card (TRC) if they start their own company here. Legally there is no minimal capital requirement, but in real life you should invest at least 4-5k USD, otherwise immigration will think you're trying to con the immigration system. As long as your company is up and running, immigration will just renew your TRC when it expires (every 2 or 3 years). You could also work legally as an English teacher if you hold a university degree. Your employer will do the paperwork and you will get your TRC. As long as you are working, VN gov will extend your TRC indefinitely.
 

aynrus

Pelican
Foreigners can get a Temporary Residence Card (TRC) if they start their own company here. Legally there is no minimal capital requirement, but in real life you should invest at least 4-5k USD, otherwise immigration will think you're trying to con the immigration system. As long as your company is up and running, immigration will just renew your TRC when it expires (every 2 or 3 years). You could also work legally as an English teacher if you hold a university degree. Your employer will do the paperwork and you will get your TRC. As long as you are working, VN gov will extend your TRC indefinitely.
I see, but these rules can change any moment, especially with what's going on in the world. I'm only interested in permanent residency situation.
Thailand used to be a haven for easy "indefinite" long stays but they changed the rules before the hoax even and made it difficult. Then later, when they locked down, people who normally had the right to enter were not able to travel back to own homes - or condos, as I think only a condo can be owned by a foreigner outright there (weren't even able to get back to own wives).
I mean if one really wants permanent residency I guess there's always an option of buying it trough faux marriage there, but I don't want to deal with that.
 
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Vietnam seems to tick most if not all of these boxes. The economic growth has slowed down because of covid, but it seems that the government really wants to keep the plates spinning. AFAIK, everything is open here; schools, shops, bars and restaurants etc. A lot of people with face diapers in the cities. In the countryside not so much. Ik looks like they are trying to implement contact tracing via a government app that uses QR codes. I've only seen sheets of paper with those codes stuck on school buildings. Nothing in shops, bars and restaurants so far. In Cambodia contact tracing is being rolled out in bars and restaurants. The convid vax might become mandatory in Vietnam, but it's still completely unclear for the moment. I'm still happy with my life in Vietnam and hope things will work out fine for me. As long as the vax stays voluntary I don't see any reason to switch countries.

I'm happy for you but there are lot of us who wouldn't want to live in an Asian country. I've been to Asia and I love to visit but I just don't see myself getting old there. So at least for me personally the list of viable options is shrinking by the day.
 

Watchman72

Sparrow
I see, but these rules can change any moment, especially with what's going on in the world. I'm only interested in permanent residency situation.
Thailand used to be a haven for easy long stays but they changed the rules before the hoax even and made it difficult.
Rules can be bent with golden envelopes. There are thousands of English teachers working on 3 month business visa's, without degrees or work permits. There are many visa agents that will grease the right wheels at the immigration department, and they will do that for a very reasonable price.
 
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