Where to escape coronavirus lockdowns/tyranny?

Parmesan

Kingfisher
Other Christian
This is rural small town Kansas by South Dakota border in the example...they're not run by leftists. They're run by Weiland Corporation ilk that owns most of America at this point and owns Fox and GOP.
Are you serious?
Jobs are hard to come by in rural America!
County Health Department is a super-desirable job with great retirement options often, only connected locals get it.
County Health Department has the power of guns, handcuffs, bars and tasers at their disposal and can enforce public health orders.
You have more experience than I do, but my experience has been these public sector types are the same everywhere.
 

aynrus

 
Banned
You have more experience than I do, but my experience has been these public sector types are the same everywhere.
Not in rural areas. It's all locals working for the County, they all know each other since elementary school, and good luck for an outsider to ever get one of those coveted cushy government jobs, especially positions with retirement package.
They'd never dare to challenge status the quo, working in any county position or even being a family member - or well-paid requirement bye-bye. In fact I saw some of them whine about masks back in 2020, but they zip it up and even their families all puts masks on in stores because they're afraid to get nixed. They're held by the balls, as there's little employment and can lose nice retirement money also.
 

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
Don't have good forecast for the US, especially since I've been traveling around the country full time.
US seems to be moving towards the worst medical tyranny with rapid speed and got some serious police state and military powers to enforce these things - of course, a home to Big Pharma and huge law enforcement apparatus. No protections had been given to employees, employers mandate vaxx and fire people all the time for refusing it. Indiana college case to fight against vaxx mandate had been thrown out by the US Supreme Court (by that indecent-dressing traitor rat Barret)

Some snapshots just from last days...
I'd entered the state of Kansas (one of the most conservative, heartland states) from South Dakota side (so from equally conservative side):
the first person I had seen after crossing the border, in very small town....was wearing a muzzle while driving (and of course extremely fat).
Big neon-lit billboard (the only one in that middle of nowhere town) urged vaxx poison, distancing, fear, etc, by the county health department.
Driving along Kansas - Oklahoma border (another super-"conservative" state).... the local radio station was reporting how testing got big surge of demand because people worried about "cases" (cases...which do not represent any disease).
There're news about overdoses on Invermectin in OK...these fools believe they need to take something for the fake "deadly virus" and live in fear.
And that's in very religious conservative state.
Same was earlier, when I had seen pretty much entire country quietly wear muzzles in stores, all over.
It's hopeless from my standpoint and one needs to get out.
Yeah, agree. I live in a rural area of Florida where things are very normal, very good. It almost makes me consider staying here. However, today I visited a city for the first time in months, and was stunned at how utterly horrible the U.S. has become. I didn't think it could get much worse but it really was almost apocalyptic. A bunch of black guys were on the sidewalk preaching, they had a blasphemous picture of Jesus with horns, and seemed to be preaching that white people were the devil. They started yelling at me, saying I was the devil or something because I had a white t-shirt on.

Beyond these psychotic anarchist-socialist groups, which are malicious and intend to cause violence, there is a malicious government apparatus with huge amounts of money. Your local politicians won't stop what is coming and are likely a part of it. I'm sick to my stomach with what this country has become, and I don't buy any of these arguments to stay here. I'm trusting my gut instincts on this one and getting out to somewhere poor, hopefully corrupt, and hopefully a bit out of a city.
 
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Easy_C

Peacock
I’m in one of the states. The media outlets are all fearmongering like crazy because they’re all corporate owned, but mask compliance is borderline nonexistent anywhere except medical facilities (and even there only enforced by the door Nazis). You’ll see a few boomers walking around in masks in the large stores but that’s it.
 

Jive Turkey

Kingfisher
Orthodox Catechumen
I have been to Moldova twice and this is quite accurate. Though I only stayed in the capital, as I didn't and still don't know enough Russian to be happy to wonder about elsewhere. I wrote a little on it here.

I don't know the best words to describe it, but you can feel the undercurrent of a low-trust, rootless, post-traditional society. In most places you will see people who look quite weather-beaten, wearing sports clothes and looking physically tough despite not being beefcakes. There is a meldding of the soul-crushing spirit of Russian communism with the more Southern Euopean nature of the careless Romanian. If there was one country in Europe I could pick not to have a fight with someone from - it would be Moldova.
There were some Moldovans at my high school. A freshman Moldovan told a senior girl where to put it after she mouthed off to him, her senior boyfriend jumped him at lunch at the 14 year old Moldovan beat the everyloving tar out of him in front of the whole school. All those guys were tough as nails. Some of them were white skinned and they were really cool. But there was a darker family and they were really scummy, I think they may have been gypsies or part gypsy or something. The kid who beat up the senior was one of the dark ones.
 

Enhanced Eddie

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
We need some on the ground intel from Mexico. @Enhanced Eddie in your view, do you think that eventually Mexico is going to put these rules at least on paper ? How do you see the future there?
It's hard to say... they're doing the agenda, but a lot more slowly than other countries. The Mexican president seems to be against lockdowns and vaccines, as long as he's in power I feel safer here than any other country.

What happens after the next winter (i.e. flu season with millions of flu patients having some mRNA mystery soup in their system), nobody knows. I'm in wait and see mode right now. See what happens this winter and how various countries respond to it.
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
This surprises me due to the religiosity of Georgia. I think the idea is that people will start waking up, and when they do, it is Georgia of all countries that might be able to pull off a resistance. I actually think this is possible in Georgia, I don't believe it is possible in many western countries where consumerism reigns supreme and people are divided amongst one another squabbling over the scraps of society.

I should add that masks in Churches were the norm there too.

I personally think you guys are misguided thinking these tiny countries won’t eventually succumb. They are too susceptible to EU or other regional or global influence. They might be able to get away with it for a while, but when the big dogs dangle trade or other penalties, they will have to listen. I don’t know much about Georgian politics, but some of these places it is likely more about a weak government than any sort of will to fight against Covidian cultists. If you are in the US, I’d encourage you to stay and fight, as it seems we are one of the only western powers that even have solid anti-Covidian politicians in a mainstream party.


One thing i noticed about Georgia is how much graffiti is in English. That's weird and a bad sign. A LOT of it is malign GloboHomo / Degen stuff too. Weird creepy stuff almost. I dont know if this is from some NGO type goons, or just degen locals, but it's weird and you dont see anything like that sort of stuff (certainly remotely to that level) in Armenia, or Ukraine. It felt to me that there were malign groups there operating an agenda.

Either way i really wouldnt expect any pushback against this stuff in Georgia, at least as yet.

One thing i should add is that although masks are mandated in the street, with a 20 lari (approx 8dollars) fine, i never wore one, walked past police and govt security officials all the time, and never was stopped.

However it was very hot when we were there, up in the mid to high 30s, and as i say, something like 75% people masking in the street.
 

brotherjimbob

 
Banned
Another thing to consider is smart cities/zones.

You're not gonna be able to move more than 10km eventually, probably, in urban areas at least.

A mother here in Belarus was telling me all the kids now have to scan in to school.
 

eradicator

Peacock
Agnostic
Gold Member
I should add that masks in Churches were the norm there too.




One thing i noticed about Georgia is how much graffiti is in English. That's weird and a bad sign. A LOT of it is malign GloboHomo / Degen stuff too. Weird creepy stuff almost. I dont know if this is from some NGO type goons, or just degen locals, but it's weird and you dont see anything like that sort of stuff (certainly remotely to that level) in Armenia, or Ukraine. It felt to me that there were malign groups there operating an agenda.

Either way i really wouldnt expect any pushback against this stuff in Georgia, at least as yet.

One thing i should add is that although masks are mandated in the street, with a 20 lari (approx 8dollars) fine, i never wore one, walked past police and govt security officials all the time, and never was stopped.

However it was very hot when we were there, up in the mid to high 30s, and as i say, something like 75% people masking in the street.
Do the cops there wear masks? Here in nyc, they usually don’t but some do
 

JohnKreese

Pelican
Catholic
This is rural small town Kansas by South Dakota border in the example...they're not run by leftists. They're run by Weiland Corporation ilk that owns most of America at this point and owns Fox and GOP.
Are you serious?
Jobs are hard to come by in rural America!
County Health Department is a super-desirable job with great retirement options often, only connected locals get it.
County Health Department has the power of guns, handcuffs, bars and tasers at their disposal and can enforce public health orders.
No wonder people are having trouble following your perspectives on this area. Did Nebraska disappear since the last time I drove west?
 

JohnKreese

Pelican
Catholic
I should add that masks in Churches were the norm there too.




One thing i noticed about Georgia is how much graffiti is in English. That's weird and a bad sign. A LOT of it is malign GloboHomo / Degen stuff too. Weird creepy stuff almost. I dont know if this is from some NGO type goons, or just degen locals, but it's weird and you dont see anything like that sort of stuff (certainly remotely to that level) in Armenia, or Ukraine. It felt to me that there were malign groups there operating an agenda.

Either way i really wouldnt expect any pushback against this stuff in Georgia, at least as yet.

One thing i should add is that although masks are mandated in the street, with a 20 lari (approx 8dollars) fine, i never wore one, walked past police and govt security officials all the time, and never was stopped.

However it was very hot when we were there, up in the mid to high 30s, and as i say, something like 75% people masking in the street.
I still don't understand why people continue to give Georgia so much attention on this forum. Just a strange place with a population that acts like literal NES NPCs. Go for the food and...nothing else.
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
I still don't understand why people continue to give Georgia so much attention on this forum. Just a strange place with a population that acts like literal NES NPCs. Go for the food and...nothing else.

I dont get it either. In happier times its a cool place with an interesting history, folk-culture, religious sites etc. But now? It's utterly Western simping politically, and will do whatever they're told in order to further their absurd designs on EU membership.

I also dont get how no one mentions Ukraine here either. It is WAY more chilled re covid, hardly anyone takes it seriously, nothing remotely like Georgia. The government / state is small and healthily scared of antagonising its population, who historically aren't afraid of kicking off and upsetting their nose-in-the-trough governmental gigs.

I'll now sit back until a Putin fanboy spews about 'muh JeWisH pReSiDeNt / nOt a rEaL cOuNtRy / I once stubbed my toe getting off a bus in Kiev'.
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
I'll add one last thing re Georgia, in the shopping mall in central Tbilsi (Galleria), they force you to walk past a video camera to enter. This is attached to a laptop, which shows all the people walking in, and presumably is recording them.

There's two aisle, one for entrance, one for exit, if you (as i did) happen to walk through the exit aisle (while entering), you are shouted at, and told to walk past the camera.

Obviously people are masked for this, but i can only conclude it is for some sort of Facial Recognition capture, which unless i'm mistaken still works on the masked.

It's very weird.

Also re the graffiti there, i took a few shots of some of it.

Saw this same "Anunaki" stencil quite a bit around there. It feels creepy and malign to me. There's also a lot of general poz and weirdly malign statements around written in English, which always feels unhealthy for a small country to do.

I got the feeling there's some sort of bad presence there, in terms on NGO's or weird occultist groups, i dont know, it just seemed a bit beyond the standard stuff.

Berlin also has a ton of this kind of stuff, as you'd expect. But to see it in a small, on the surface conservative Orthodox country like Georgia i found strangely unsettling.

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Grenadill

 
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I'll add one last thing re Georgia, in the shopping mall in central Tbilsi (Galleria), they force you to walk past a video camera to enter. This is attached to a laptop, which shows all the people walking in, and presumably is recording them.

There's two aisle, one for entrance, one for exit, if you (as i did) happen to walk through the exit aisle (while entering), you are shouted at, and told to walk past the camera.

Obviously people are masked for this, but i can only conclude it is for some sort of Facial Recognition capture, which unless i'm mistaken still works on the masked.

It's very weird.

Also re the graffiti there, i took a few shots of some of it.

Saw this same "Anunaki" stencil quite a bit around there. It feels creepy and malign to me. There's also a lot of general poz and weirdly malign statements around written in English, which always feels unhealthy for a small country to do.

I got the feeling there's some sort of bad presence there, in terms on NGO's or weird occultist groups, i dont know, it just seemed a bit beyond the standard stuff.

Berlin also has a ton of this kind of stuff, as you'd expect. But to see it in a small, on the surface conservative Orthodox country like Georgia i found strangely unsettling.

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You probably know but if you don't, these graffiti depict the idea that man was created as hybrid by the Anuniaki aliens.
 

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
I should add that masks in Churches were the norm there too.




One thing i noticed about Georgia is how much graffiti is in English. That's weird and a bad sign. A LOT of it is malign GloboHomo / Degen stuff too. Weird creepy stuff almost. I dont know if this is from some NGO type goons, or just degen locals, but it's weird and you dont see anything like that sort of stuff (certainly remotely to that level) in Armenia, or Ukraine. It felt to me that there were malign groups there operating an agenda.

Either way i really wouldnt expect any pushback against this stuff in Georgia, at least as yet.

One thing i should add is that although masks are mandated in the street, with a 20 lari (approx 8dollars) fine, i never wore one, walked past police and govt security officials all the time, and never was stopped.

However it was very hot when we were there, up in the mid to high 30s, and as i say, something like 75% people masking in the street.
Probably NGO's or Peace Corps trying to act like it is cool or revolutionary to be western.

Maybe the fake alien invasion will happen in Georgia! :alien:
 

Acerza89

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
Where do people reccomend a quick one week holiday in europe, say in mid september? Albania, bulgaria? Poland? I just want the beach and peace
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
Where do people reccomend a quick one week holiday in europe, say in mid september? Albania, bulgaria? Poland? I just want the beach and peace

If you're unvaxxd, why on earth would you bother?

My wife and I went to Georgia (we had to go), the whole trip in total resulted in 9 separate PCR tests = approx 375 dollars alone. Never mind the Covid insurance (relatively cheap, but still a pain), and the generally unpleasant experience that is travelling in the post Covid world.

I dont know where you're from, but i'd suggest finding something to do in your own country instead.
 

Acerza89

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
If you're unvaxxd, why on earth would you bother?

My wife and I went to Georgia (we had to go), the whole trip in total resulted in 9 separate PCR tests = approx 375 dollars alone. Never mind the Covid insurance (relatively cheap, but still a pain), and the generally unpleasant experience that is travelling in the post Covid world.

I dont know where you're from, but i'd suggest finding something to do in your own country instead.

I am from the UK, and was thinking of going to Tirana Albania, or Spain, just didnt want to go anywhere with passports for the V. Thanks anyway
 

El Draque

 
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Orthodox
I am from the UK, and was thinking of going to Tirana Albania, or Spain, just didnt want to go anywhere with passports for the V. Thanks anyway

Could be wrong, but as i understand if you're not vaxxd, pretty much everywhere requires PCR test. Albania have recently fallen into line here (as i understand).

In Georgia you need one to enter country, then one taken 72 hours later. Then again one to leave, and one on return to home country. Approx 40-50usd each time.

The whole thing is just a racket at this point. Pop up PCR tests all over Tbilsi. It's just another way to tax tourists. No doubt govt are wetting their beak from it all too.
 
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