Cool places you will probably never visit (or visit again) due to the Covid hoax

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I think it's important for everyone to see a vastly different country than his own, if just once. It alters the mind, letting him understand himself and his own nation more clearly. It's just one of those things that changes you forever, like having children, having sex or getting into a fight the first time, getting a first car, or a near-death experience.
 

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Every man should spend some time in not just another country but in another culture.

When you come back you will see everything with fresh eyes. You will notice cultural aspects of your own area and country, both good and bad, that you have never really seen before.

And, there has never been a better time to do that than now. Travel costs a fraction of the price and your won't have to deal with crowds to say the least.

Yeah, you won't necessarily be able to go to the exact country you have dreamed of unless you take the Vax but that might be a good thing because most Americans dream of a western European country. That won't be as big of a culture shock as some others.

For example, go to Mexico or Costa Rica and an eastern European country. If you have the time and can quarantine also go to an Eastern Asian one.

Besides coming back with a fresh perspective you will:

1. Experience a country not controlled by Jews. You will see globohomo encroaching but you will find that you are more free in even Mexico than your are on the US. Many men on our side of the divide associate freedom simply with owning guns. You will find in Mexico, you get a lot of other freedom. Men and women flirt (even kiss when they see each other at work), you can be racist (they are) and you can openly say that men in dresses aren't women all without repercussions unless you are hanging out with white women.

2. When you go to Eastern Europe you can actually walk around a big city and see only white people. If you get off the tourist trail you can see what white poor and wishing class life is like without the Jews and you will see it isn't the same disfunction in the USA

3. Going to Mexico or another 3rd world country you will see a future that is worse overall than ours now but better than our future.you will be. You will also find that Mexicans don't hate you for being white or for being an American. That is Jews and white women. In fact the only negativity you are likely to run into will be from democrat white women who live there. That doesn't mean I want to flood the US with Mexicans but it is good to experience.

4. In both places you will find that women are more enjoyable to be around than western white women. When you come across American women they stand out like a sore thumb: far less feminine, more aggressive and way more entitled.

5. In Eastern Asia (e. g, Thailand, Philippines) you will experience what a society is like more focused on pleasing men than women. Going to a male centric society is good for men to experience and will make the matriarchal US seem even less appealing
 
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Cool places you will probably never visit (or visit again) due to the Covid hoax

If you want to get IN to the USA at the southern border, all you have to do is be a PoC. Their melanin is their travel pass.

 

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Every man should spend some time in not just another country but in another culture.

When you come back you will see everything with fresh eyes. You will notice cultural aspects of your own area and country, both good and bad, that you have never really seen before.

And, there has never been a better time to do that than now. Travel costs a fraction of the price and your won't have to deal with crowds to say the least.

Yeah, you won't necessarily be able to go to the exact country you have dreamed of unless you take the Vax but that might be a good thing because most Americans dream of a western European country. That won't be as big of a culture shock as some others.

For example, go to Mexico or Costa Rica and an eastern European country. If you have the time and can quarantine also go to an Eastern Asian one.

Besides coming back with a fresh perspective you will:

1. Experience a country not controlled by Jews. You will see globohomo encroaching but you will find that you are more free in even Mexico than your are on the US. Many men on our side of the divide associate freedom simply with owning guns. You will find in Mexico, you get a lot of other freedom. Men and women flirt (even kiss when they see each other at work), you can be racist (they are) and you can openly say that men in dresses aren't women all without repercussions unless you are hanging out with white women.

2. When you go to Eastern Europe you can actually walk around a big city and see only white people. If you get off the tourist trail you can see what white poor and wishing class life is like without the Jews and you will see it isn't the same disfunction in the USA

3. Going to Mexico or another 3rd world country you will see a future that is worse overall than ours now but better than our future.you will be. You will also find that Mexicans don't hate you for being white or for being an American. That is Jews and white women. In fact the only negativity you are likely to run into will be from democrat white women who live there. That doesn't mean I want to flood the US with Mexicans but it is good to experience.

4. In both places you will find that women are more enjoyable to be around than western white women. When you come across American women they stand out like a sore thumb: far less feminine, more aggressive and way more entitled.

5. In Eastern Asia (e. g, Thailand, Philippines) you will experience what a society is like more focused on pleasing men than women. Going to a male centric society is good for men to experience and will make the matriarchal US seem even less appealing
The people I know who lived in China or Taiwan were especially influenced. They felt like being back in the US was disillusioning, and, in some ways, like being imprisoned.

I think this may have something to do with Eastern Asia being the only non-European first world countries.
 

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The people I know who lived in China or Taiwan were especially influenced. They felt like being back in the US was disillusioning, and, in some ways, like being imprisoned.

I think this may have something to do with Eastern Asia being the only non-European first world countries.
China is strange, corrupt in every sense but very impressive society. It is like a culture on steroids. I guess that is what happens when you still have a patriarchy. Even with the corruption massive projects get done almost overnight it seems. Not always well built but there is really a can do attitude. China would not be celebrating that a woman quit her team in the Olympics. I recommend that everyone live there for a year if they can. Mainland Chinese are also incredibly politically incorrect and cynical when they talk to you one on one.

I also lived in Taiwan for years. Interesting counterpoint to the mainland. Big focus on work life balance. Government workers work hard because they feel that they are being paid by the people. Amazing to go down and pay your taxes and see people working faster than in private industry. There is so little crime that you can see people leave their computer on a cafΓ© table (even occasionally outside) while they go use the toilet. World's best diection giving too.
 

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I used to travel all the time, I don’t anymore unless I absolutely have to. I’ve flown 1 time this year when I would usually fly 10-20x a year. I’m sick of wearing a mask on the plane & listening to dumb bitch flight attendants talk to us all like we’re children. β€œPut your mask over your nose” blah blah blah. I have multiple friends on the same boat with me. We’ve had it with the airlines. & non of us are afraid of covid, at all
When the airline goes under that airhostess will be on her back
 

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China is strange, corrupt in every sense but very impressive society. It is like a culture on steroids. I guess that is what happens when you still have a patriarchy.
If you spend some time in China I don't see how you can come back to the US and think there is no way that China will surpass the USA. The USA of 1980s and earlier could beat China but not wahmen, tranny, soyboy and vibrant filled companies teaching CRT especially since we let Chinese steal our advances and often train them to replicate them
 

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If you spend some time in China I don't see how you can come back to the US and think there is no way that China will surpass the USA. The USA of 1980s and earlier could beat China but not wahmen, tranny, soyboy and vibrant filled companies teaching CRT especially since we let Chinese steal our advances and often train them to replicate them
Definitely. The US companies mostly handed over our advances and paid the Chinese replicate these things. Then sold them for the same price as USA made goods, leveraging the power of the brand name despite the much lower manufacturing cost and quality, fleecing Americans for two decades (THE PRICES NEVER WENT DOWN). It's not China's fault. It's our own companies' leaders and government who are to blame.

Now the Chinese, after a long bad spell that in the latter half was largely driven by the heebs and Mao, are continuing on their normal historical path. They are getting really good at mass-producing quality, precision modern goods and machines.

It's reaching the threshhold where I actually want to see "made in China" on certain machines and products. I almost never see USA, and I damn sure don't want to see Mexico or Bangladesh.

It's surreal to think about it this way, but when I look for USA made machinery and goods, I look for "vintage" or "classic" or "NOS" or whatever keyword. That right there is very telling, my friend.
 
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I will never do an African safari though for obvious reasons, unless the Boers rise up some day and just completely cleanse the South of Africa.
I did do one of them in South Africa and it was great. Private park I think it was. Mostly Boers too, all the rangers were boers, most of the tourists were white and the niggers you saw were just doing cleaning and that sort of menial labour.
 

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I left the military because I was tired of traveling the entire world, and all the gayness happening inside the military. How did you never leave the country? Unfortunately some service members stay on one boring base their entire enlistment.
The gayness was a big deciding factor on me getting out too. But yeah, you hit the nail on the head. I had one duty station my entire "career", and I never deployed.

One thing I've learned from all the travelling. Home is the best place ever
I found this out too. I never thought I'd say it, but I'd much rather be in the suburbs near my family where we all grew up and still live, than alone in some other place I'm unfamiliar with.
 

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I absolutely hate traveling precisely because of how much I had to do it for work. I no longer live in the US but if for some reason I lose my residency where I’m at I would just find some swamp in the backwoods or hills have eyes town in the Appalachians and call it good forever. Traveling gets old really, really fast.
Yeah I am not a traveling person. I’ve done it but I don’t really enjoy it, despite how everyone acts like it’s the best thing ever, I don’t really agree. Too much time, money, effort, to go places where the food will just make me sick and I’ll be uncomfortable in a strange bed. Now, if I had to live in a SHTF scenario I’d be ok but for some reason my mind in this β€œmodern” society asks why should I get sick from food and water, and walk around to see a bunch of the same general stuff I could see at home? Globalization has made people awful worldwide, and now that the USA is the world’s dumping grounds, I can see any flavor of diversity I want for half the price and probably all or more of the danger!

I’m with you on the cabin in Appalachia. More and more I want to go back there. I look at real estate there a lot now. I guess you can’t ever really leave.

Well I already live in Southern Appalachia and I don't plan on leaving anytime soon except maybe further in the woods. So ya'll need to come on down ya hear?
 

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I have 60,000 delta skymiles that I might sell to an online broker for $400.
Sounds like an ok price, because I don't plan to get on an airplane any time soon, and the longer term prospects for airlines may include bankruptcy and the miles are worth zero then, so I think I will sell.
Does that sound like an ok price?
[This is purely anecdotal, I live under a busy east/west airplane corridor that used to have a hundred jet trails every day, there have been zero (or just a few) jet trails since last spring, this is the climate change agenda overlapping with the chest cold hoax to eliminate mass air transportation. I love clear blue skies and peace and quiet, so I don't even really care how the airlines plan to fight this political headwind.]
My advice, if you can use the $400 sell them because Delta sucks. But if you don't really need the $400 keep them and give flights to friends or family members.

I have 300K AA miles. I've been collecting them for years, I was going to use them for first class somewhere ridiculous like the Malvides or Bangkok. I don't want to sit with a mask for 23 hours. I've been trying to give them away to friends and neighbors (fly back home to Saint Louis, it will cost you $12 man). No takers.
 

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Oh no, I will never be able to visit an Italian research station on Mount Everest.

I was never going to anyway.

Using this to try to get people on your side is kind of retarded since it effects a small number of people. In this case a really small number of the population. Most normies will not be taking trips to an Italian research station on Mount Everest. You would have to get something that impacts their daily lives. This doesn't. So it's a fail.

Anyway, everything is open and the mask mandate was lifted. It's not coming back either. People are allowed to go where they please. Want to go to a bar? You can. Want to go to a restaurant? You can. All without a mask. Everything is pretty much back to normal. It happened a lot faster than I thought it would. I figured it would be a slow process. But it all happened just a few months after the election stuff was over. My state started lifting stuff back in April. That's when Bars started being allowed to stay open after 10 and went to full capacity. After that it was restaurants open at full capacity and some time in May the mask mandate was done away with in my state.

Even back in early 2020 when the China virus first started over here people still went outside. I saw people outside all the time. Some had masks on and some didn't. I never wore a mask outside.

Truth is most Americans don't go anywhere anyway. They all just sit at home. Malls are closing, stores closing, theaters were and still are closing. I just heard some female actress is suing I believe Disney cause her contract said the movie she was in would get an exclusive theater release. The movie is getting a Disney + release alongside the theater release. Theaters are basically going to die. But malls, theaters and brick and mortar stores were closing even before China virus. All the normie mass gathering spots are basically dead.

I could see the need for all this worry about the virus spreading if it was 1992 and thousands of people would pack themselves inside a mall throughout the day. But that doesn't happen anymore. Not on the levels it did in the 90's or even the early, mid and late 2000's.
 

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Europe.

I went as a graduation present for a month and a half in 1994. I traveled around London, France, and Italy. I really wanted to travel the Baltics, Scandanavia, and the Germanic nations like Austria, Switzerland and Germany. I never got around to it because I figured I would have the time.

Now COVID and this garbage. Sad.
 

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I'm glad I'm well travelled because I can't see myself going anywhere anytime soon. My biggest problem is travelling from Ireland to GB, or hosting unvaxxed friends and family from there. Even if I could get over there unvaxxed on a ferry or plane, I wouldn't trust them not to change the rules while I was over there, leaving me marooned. The concept that I may never see these people in real life again is incredibly sad, and not a subject I want to bring up with them until it obvious.

The USSR lasted 70 years. I wonder how long this will last, and who of us will outlive it.
 

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I'm glad I'm well travelled because I can't see myself going anywhere anytime soon. My biggest problem is travelling from Ireland to GB, or hosting unvaxxed friends and family from there. Even if I could get over there unvaxxed on a ferry or plane, I wouldn't trust them not to change the rules while I was over there, leaving me marooned. The concept that I may never see these people in real life again is incredibly sad, and not a subject I want to bring up with them until it obvious.

The USSR lasted 70 years. I wonder how long this will last, and who of us will outlive it.
Multiple passports can be useful as you can appear to be of the nationality of the country, or continent in the case of the EU, which you want to visit.

Cast around to see if you have a qualifying grand parent for somewhere useful.
 

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I visited Europe quite extensively in the late β€˜90s and 2000s. I enjoyed myself immensely, especially before the Euro. Toward the end in 2012 I saw things starting to change, and not for the better. I’m glad I got it out of my system as I don’t see any compelling need to go back.

I have hiked the Appalachian trail, and I would like to hike the PCT and CDT in the next few years. But international is pretty much out.
 

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Token Japan enthusiast here. I was learning the Japanese language to be able to visit one day and be able to get by on my own. The hope of visiting Japan has been thoroughly smashed after 2020. I don't think I'll ever get to again, I should I have just gone in 2018 or 2019 even if my Japanese was not good.
 

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Token Japan enthusiast here. I was learning the Japanese language to be able to visit one day and be able to get by on my own. The hope of visiting Japan has been thoroughly smashed after 2020. I don't think I'll ever get to again, I should I have just gone in 2018 or 2019 even if my Japanese was not good.
I have a feeling Japan will be back on the menu before virtually every other place. I just think you'll need a good official excuse or reason on paper to go there.
 

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I have a feeling Japan will be back on the menu before virtually every other place. I just think you'll need a good official excuse or reason on paper to go there.
And vaxx, which I will never take.

Maybe within 30 years the system will have crumbled, I will have lived through the mad max period and we will have emerged back into technological society that allows for recreational tourism, so I'll get my chance then, but somehow I feel like I'm being too hopeful.
 
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