Below are a list of some of the web sites and individuals who can help you with the process of researching your eventual move away from the collapsing Western world.
Look at the news from just the last 10 days:
– Hillary Clinton getting away with felonies.
– Bernie Sanders’s endorsement of Hillary. (Told ya.)
– The police shooting of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling.
– The failed coup in Turkey.
– The assassinations of multiple police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge.
– Trump’s painfully moronic recent speeches. (This guy could actually be president.)
– The massacre of 84 civilians by a Tunisian in Nice, France.
None of this points to a civilization that’s on the rise. A lot of people I know are very upset by one or more of the above recent news stories. I’m not. Because in 2025, I’m outta here. The stuff going on lately is just the usual events endemic to a collapsing civilization.
Below are some web resources to help you research the possibility of you moving to another country. While I like all of these guys and they’ve all helped in my research, I do not agree with everything said by these guys. Let me say that again: I don’t agree with everything these guys say. Sometimes these guys say some really wacky shit. Regardless, they provide a lot of valuable data and insight as to the good places to live and the bad places to live in the world.
Here they are listed in no particular order:
Jeff Berwick – Dollar Vigilante – A Canadian expat who lives in South America. He’s made a lot of money in international investments. Some of his stuff is a little out there, but he’s a good resource.
Andrew Henderson – Nomad Capitalist – Really, really good information about living abroad, investing abroad, taxes, and all kinds of goodies.
Simon Black – Sovereign Man – Fantastic newsletter and blog, Simon has a comprehensive set of knowledge of the world that’s really impressive.
Doug Casey – International Man – Doug Casey has been one of my heroes for many years. I don’t agree with everything he says, but the man is a genius and an Alpha. His information skews more towards older, higher income men who have money to invest, but he’s still a great resource for everyone.
Jim Rogers – He’s on my short list of mentors from afar, and one of the few men where you can emulate just about everything he’s done in his life. He’s one of the most amazing men who have ever lived, right up there with people like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Brian Tracy. He doesn’t really have a web site, but he has many books and is featured on YouTube all the time. Just do a Google/YouTube/Amazon search for him and absorb the goodness. Highly recommend everything he says, both about money and life.