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Thousands flee the United States.

Postby 1stworldview » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:19 am

Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.
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Re: Thousands flee the United States.

Postby Anatol » Sat Jul 26, 2014 8:09 am

1stworldview wrote:Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.


Hello,

The editor is in serious delusion! By 2025, there will probably be MORE people from China and India coming here, as the world continues to be globalised and the culture becomes more homogeneous {(as per current trends. One can never be sure but he can make a guess based on patterns)}.

It is AMAZING how many madmen are always predicting the gloom-and-doom of countries {(probably just for attention, or perhaps they are misanthropic/paranoid men)}, as if things happen in 4 months while forgetting that empires don't get made in a year. Nor are they normally destroyed within a year and if they are, it is often some cataclysmic event that precipitates their abrupt end {(such as entry into a great war, invasion, natural disaster, revolt, etc.)}.

Also, thousands leave the U.S.A. every year. But at least 100,000 come in every year through the legal-system. Also, thousands are born each year here. The net result is a great influx into U.S.A.




~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!
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Re: Thousands flee the United States.

Postby nicho12 » Sat Jul 26, 2014 2:43 pm

Anatol wrote:
1stworldview wrote:Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.


Hello,

The editor is in serious delusion! By 2025, there will probably be MORE people from China and India coming here, as the world continues to be globalised and the culture becomes more homogeneous {(as per current trends. One can never be sure but he can make a guess based on patterns)}.

It is AMAZING how many madmen are always predicting the gloom-and-doom of countries {(probably just for attention, or perhaps they are misanthropic/paranoid men)}, as if things happen in 4 months while forgetting that empires don't get made in a year. Nor are they normally destroyed within a year and if they are, it is often some cataclysmic event that precipitates their abrupt end {(such as entry into a great war, invasion, natural disaster, revolt, etc.)}.

Also, thousands leave the U.S.A. every year. But at least 100,000 come in every year through the legal-system. Also, thousands are born each year here. The net result is a great influx into U.S.A.




~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


What you forget is that china and India's birthrates are falling rapidly, so you can't have more Chinese and Indians coming in by the year 2025. Another thing to remember is that the United States destruction began 100 years ago, so this empire has not been destroyed in one year or 4 months as you claim
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Re: Thousands flee the United States.

Postby Anatol » Sat Jul 26, 2014 2:59 pm

nicho12 wrote:
Anatol wrote:
1stworldview wrote:Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.


Hello,

The editor is in serious delusion! By 2025, there will probably be MORE people from China and India coming here, as the world continues to be globalised and the culture becomes more homogeneous {(as per current trends. One can never be sure but he can make a guess based on patterns)}.

It is AMAZING how many madmen are always predicting the gloom-and-doom of countries {(probably just for attention, or perhaps they are misanthropic/paranoid men)}, as if things happen in 4 months while forgetting that empires don't get made in a year. Nor are they normally destroyed within a year and if they are, it is often some cataclysmic event that precipitates their abrupt end {(such as entry into a great war, invasion, natural disaster, revolt, etc.)}.

Also, thousands leave the U.S.A. every year. But at least 100,000 come in every year through the legal-system. Also, thousands are born each year here. The net result is a great influx into U.S.A.




~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


What you forget is that china and India's birthrates are falling rapidly, so you can't have more Chinese and Indians coming in by the year 2025. Another thing to remember is that the United States destruction began 100 years ago, so this empire has not been destroyed in one year or 4 months as you claim


Hello,

You are saying that the United States was beginning its destruction in 1914 or so, with its entry into World War I? World War I and World War II made U.S.A. the most powerful nation on earth! Culturally, it was still doing okay and would have STAYED okay if it had controlled feminism in the early 1970s and unbridled capitalism in the late 1970s. How can one say U.S.A. was beginning its end 100 years ago?


~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!
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Re: Thousands flee the United States.

Postby nicho12 » Sat Jul 26, 2014 3:31 pm

Anatol wrote:
nicho12 wrote:
Anatol wrote:
1stworldview wrote:Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.


Hello,

The editor is in serious delusion! By 2025, there will probably be MORE people from China and India coming here, as the world continues to be globalised and the culture becomes more homogeneous {(as per current trends. One can never be sure but he can make a guess based on patterns)}.

It is AMAZING how many madmen are always predicting the gloom-and-doom of countries {(probably just for attention, or perhaps they are misanthropic/paranoid men)}, as if things happen in 4 months while forgetting that empires don't get made in a year. Nor are they normally destroyed within a year and if they are, it is often some cataclysmic event that precipitates their abrupt end {(such as entry into a great war, invasion, natural disaster, revolt, etc.)}.

Also, thousands leave the U.S.A. every year. But at least 100,000 come in every year through the legal-system. Also, thousands are born each year here. The net result is a great influx into U.S.A.




~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


What you forget is that china and India's birthrates are falling rapidly, so you can't have more Chinese and Indians coming in by the year 2025. Another thing to remember is that the United States destruction began 100 years ago, so this empire has not been destroyed in one year or 4 months as you claim


Hello,

You are saying that the United States was beginning its destruction in 1914 or so, with its entry into World War I? World War I and World War II made U.S.A. the most powerful nation on earth! Culturally, it was still doing okay and would have STAYED okay if it had controlled feminism in the early 1970s and unbridled capitalism in the late 1970s. How can one say U.S.A. was beginning its end 100 years ago?


~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


First of all both World War 1 and World War II were unnecessary wars but I won't get into that now, first of all feminism didn't start in the 1970's, it's radical feminism that started in the 1970's but feminism as a whole started in the last part of the 18th century, that's when women were allowed to vote. Radical feminism started in the 1970's. The destruction of the US started as soon as the NWO elites and other bankers established the federal reserve system around 1900 to 1917 to milk the population, then they started both World Wars in order to reduce the male population and get women into the work force thus weakening the society, that's not the only reason for the world wars but it's one of the reasons
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Re: Thousands flee the United States.

Postby Anatol » Sat Jul 26, 2014 3:38 pm

nicho12 wrote:
Anatol wrote:
nicho12 wrote:
Anatol wrote:
1stworldview wrote:Thousands flee the United States. According to the web site EscapingAmerica.org, each year thousands of Americans leave the U.S. for a new home aboard. According to the main contributors of the site, there are many reason for this, including economical issue such as wages continuing to decline. Also crime is on the rise. The cost of health care in the US is a big problem, too. Americans pay more for health care than any other country, yet America ranks only 38th in the world in terms of health care. Lastly, education in the U.S. is extremely expensive. And getting in to a college can be very difficult even if you can afford it. [Name] is a 30 year resident of the U.S.. He moved his family back to Japan due to the cost of health care and education. Health care in Japan is free and the education is extremely high quality. Why should this concern us? He took his high income and his company back to Japan. Meanwhile, America continues to allow many immigrants in to the country, and most are primarily poor. When Americans leave they take their social security, their retirement benefits and IRAs with them. And many times the company jobs.

Education: Each year thousands of students travel abroad for education. Again this is a case of U.S. dollars flowing out of the country. One such student we talked with told us he was not able to get into medical school here, even with a 4.0 GPA and an IQ of 185. But he was able to get student loans totaling $250,000 and he qualified for medical school in the Dominican Republic. That's more money flowing out of the U.S.. More and more Americans now travel abroad for education. Each year thousands of doctors come from India because America cannot educate doctors fast enough for the growing demand of an ailing society. The U.S. allows roughly 70,000 work visas for highly educated foreigners to come and work in the country. These companies insist that they cannot find skilled labor here, and that Americans just do not have the education needed to fill these jobs.

Health Care: Statistics show that for every one person coming to the U.S. for medical care, more than 12 travel outside the U.S. to countries like Thailand that average over 5,000 foreigners each day for medical care. Think about that: 35,000 patients each week travel to Thailand for medical care, while the U.S. averages only about 60,000 foreign patients per year who come for medical treatment. Most of the 60,000 come from poor countries with little or no medical care, while over 700,000 leave to get medical treatment in foreign countries.

Standard of living: The cost of living in many countries is a fraction of the cost needed to live in the U.S.. One expatriate, James, tells us, "Because many counties have such great transportation system there is no need to own a car. This saves me about $750 a month alone, with no need for gas, no car payment and no need for insurance. I can now afford a maid. I can afford a massage several times each week. I eat at restaurants every day. I wasn't able to do any of those things in the U.S.. Medical care is so inexpensive for me now, I can just pay as I go and there is no wait. I can see doctors, same day, without an a appointment."

The Editor of Escaping America states that by the year 2025 there will be more people leaving the U.S. than coming to it.


Hello,

The editor is in serious delusion! By 2025, there will probably be MORE people from China and India coming here, as the world continues to be globalised and the culture becomes more homogeneous {(as per current trends. One can never be sure but he can make a guess based on patterns)}.

It is AMAZING how many madmen are always predicting the gloom-and-doom of countries {(probably just for attention, or perhaps they are misanthropic/paranoid men)}, as if things happen in 4 months while forgetting that empires don't get made in a year. Nor are they normally destroyed within a year and if they are, it is often some cataclysmic event that precipitates their abrupt end {(such as entry into a great war, invasion, natural disaster, revolt, etc.)}.

Also, thousands leave the U.S.A. every year. But at least 100,000 come in every year through the legal-system. Also, thousands are born each year here. The net result is a great influx into U.S.A.




~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


What you forget is that china and India's birthrates are falling rapidly, so you can't have more Chinese and Indians coming in by the year 2025. Another thing to remember is that the United States destruction began 100 years ago, so this empire has not been destroyed in one year or 4 months as you claim


Hello,

You are saying that the United States was beginning its destruction in 1914 or so, with its entry into World War I? World War I and World War II made U.S.A. the most powerful nation on earth! Culturally, it was still doing okay and would have STAYED okay if it had controlled feminism in the early 1970s and unbridled capitalism in the late 1970s. How can one say U.S.A. was beginning its end 100 years ago?


~~~~ [{(Out of the frigid ice to the North that no man had ever laid foot on, evil in the form of a man called Agahnim The Wizard came and he cast a type of magic never seen before by mortals. But together with the Ball-And-Chain Trooper and his faithful Master Sword, Link repulsed him and the IMPRISONING WAR was ended, to become the things of legend!)}] ~~~~

The evil that is the purest evil possible is feminism and it must be pushed back into its keep!


First of all both World War 1 and World War II were unnecessary wars but I won't get into that now, first of all feminism didn't start in the 1970's, it's radical feminism that started in the 1970's but feminism as a whole started in the last part of the 18th century, that's when women were allowed to vote. Radical feminism started in the 1970's. The destruction of the US started as soon as the NWO elites and other bankers established the federal reserve system around 1900 to 1917 to milk the population, then they started both World Wars in order to reduce the male population and get women into the work force thus weakening the society, that's not the only reason for the world wars but it's one of the reasons


Hello,

You're right, voting was not a good idea for females! And yes, the Reserve System and all did start during the '20s and is what caused the stock-market to fall in 1929. Also, the elite here in U.S.A. (Rockefeller, etc.) changed from having a gold-standard for the dollar, to a paper-standard. In effect, unlimited amount of money could be printed but it's obviously worthless without a physical asset to exchange it for. This also will cause major problems in the long-run.

Still though, I think if the U.S.A. had been SMART, it could have arrested a lot of the problems that happened later on.
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Postby ladislav » Sat Jul 26, 2014 4:37 pm

They are not fleeing. They are moving. It's actually 300,000 a year. Half are naturalized ciiizens going home.

At the same time, one million is moving in. Every year.

Public transportation in some countries can be problematic. It can be dangerous. There's also the race problem. If you are wrong color, you may not get admitted, you can also be assaulted. Some people may start cussing you. It becomes stressful.

In Japan, many people just don't want to sit next to you. They go by, see you and walk on. Not very pleasant. Same in Thailand- many don't feel comfortable next to you. This affects your sense of self respect. Blacks in the US used to complain about it. It hurts.

In some countries as the Philippines they don't give you change ot overcharge you. And some jeepneys have been reported to have a No Arabs and No Poreners policy. And they can steal things from you.

In Russia, black or dark looking people have been beaten or even killed in public transport.

In Latin countries, it's better.

Public transportation is good in places where you look like the locals. And where they don't hate you and your kind.
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Postby Jester » Sat Jul 26, 2014 11:40 pm

ladislav wrote:
Half are naturalized ciiizens going home.



Leaving the Promised Land???

They still count!! After all, folks with weird accents are people too...


At the same time, one million is moving in. Every year.



Not relevant. If masses of ball-cap-wearing short-term thinkers are moving in, it doesn't negate the fact that every man with foresight, who does not have a good job, and is mobile and unattached, wants to leave.
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