Where should I move to?
Considering: Canada, Australia, NZ, USA, Japan
USA is in worse situation than Europe. They let blacks run wild, and people can't do anything about it because of the fear of being called racist.
Come to Australia. People here are not insanely Politically Correct like the Americans, and it's a wealthy country.
So while I have been living in the UK for the past 2 years, I'm currently on a guest-researcher visit in the US. Things are pretty great here. Gotta love that big, empty country. Even the highly urbanised areas have their charm. The US has something for everyone.
The main thing that keeps me off looking for a job here after my current contract ends is issues with social security. People here have emergency funds and a very different approach to bookkeeping / saving. If you happen to lose your job for whatever reason, and you don't have some money stashed away - you are royally fucked. Every single matter, that in the UK or Europe is usually taken care of social security / NHS etc., is up to you to figure out. And if you happen to forget about whatever aspect of life, you might be fucked as well in the event of an outstanding circumstance.
So yeah, life's great here - but it requires a somewhat significant change in mentality.
I still have an offer from Utrecht and another one from Hamburg lying around, let's see..
In the past couple years I've seen a noticable influx of European immigrants here; particularly Italians, French, Brits and a mixture of Germans, Dutch and Scandinavians. I say bring it on, Europeans integrate fine here, and their children generally grow up as Aussies rather than second generation x.
people die here mostly because of drug trafficking and warfare between gangs and the police too. People don't die for no reason here
poor but friendly as fuck, more friendly than the south generally, also much more violent in some parts, because there people will kill each other if you mess with their wifes and got a much more traditional culture too, it's like southern italy 2bh when compared to northern italy
I really want to become a British citizen and join the military there
They used to allow all commonwealth citizens to join without restrictions but now you have to live there for 5 years man
well no, people most likely won't kill you to rob you because that will increase 12312312% the chances of you getting killed by a cop. I got mugged twice 2bh and none of them had the intention to kill
US. We've got shitskins, and we'll get more, but we've got tons and tons of room to escape them.
Plenty of 95% white places, and when shitskins move in, we'll just move someplace else and make it 95% white. We can keep doing it for at least a hundred years without running out of room.
This is what I was thinking, the US can't really be represented by its statistics because it's so huge.
What states are the best?
yeah i don't doubt that NZ is fairly well developed but who ever heard of anything exciting happening in NZ? your capital city has 400,000 people. i've been to wellington and to people used to london and new york the place feels like a backwater
Utah, Oregon, Washington, New Hampshire (if you're determined for the East Coast) are the best in my opinion. There's really no wrong answer. Some states are more expensive, others are significantly less. Some have more shitskins; others have less.
I lived in South Carolina which is almost majority black - if it isn't actually majority black - and it was okay. Cost of living is super cheap, and you don't see black people unless you hang out in crappy neighborhoods. Plus those white southern belles are nice and friendly.
I live in WA now, and I'd recommend it. If I were picking clean, I'd go to Utah. You'd probably have fun in a place like Idaho.
The economy thrives on the absence of people screwing things up. The only real industries are oil and tourism, and each person that comes and takes up space reduces the strength of those industries.
Also, I don't want to share my PFD with anyone.
It's almost entirely white, and Mormons are good neighbors.
If you want to get as close to 1950s America, living in Utah with the Mormons is your best bet.