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What's The Best Country In The World For Americans To Relocate

Millions of American citizens have already left the United States in search of a better life.  As the economy continues to crumble and as our society slowly falls apart, millions of others are thinking about it.  But moving to another country is not something to be done lightly.  The reality is that there are a vast array of social, cultural, economic and safety issues to be considered.  If you have never traveled outside of North America, then you have no idea how incredibly different life in other parts of the world can be.  For those that are unfamiliar with international travel, it can be quite a shock to suddenly be immersed in a foreign culture.  In fact, no matter how experienced you are, choosing to relocate to a new country is never easy.  But things have gone downhill so dramatically in the United States that picking up and moving to a foreign nation is being increasingly viewed as a viable alternative by millions of Americans.  A lot of people have decided that they simply do not want to be in the United States when the excrement hits the fan.  So what is the best country in the world for Americans to relocate to in order to avoid the coming economic collapse?

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First place that comes to mind is Iran, only because the President is  so vocal against the Bush family and the Crown and because it was once pretty much democratic, the people educated in such, until the U.S. made moves to "protect" and control it's oil with the British in 1951 or 53...  Yes, right after Nazi Germany formed THEIR very own Israel:  The global seat of monopolies gained from war.  (King's men seeking refuge after raping and conniving the other countries with counterfeit Jew Supremacy of Rev. 2:9 and 3:9).  Spoken by a supposed real bloodline Jew who is for Jesus.


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