If the world seems like it’s falling apart, then perhaps it is time to figure out where you could go to avoid the worst of it.
With so many factors building up to global turmoil, and a number of trigger points for civil unrest and economic collapse inside the United States, where would you go?
While every place has its problems, and no place is guaranteed to remain calm, certain pockets of relative safety like Scandinavia, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile or New Zealand could prove to be a bit more prone to stability, than to collapse. Compared to other hot spots, these places could be a harbor.
With that said, the global economic collapse will not spare any region from fallout, and there will be great damage to all countries lined up in the chain of dominoes. Moreover, there are few, if any, places that are immune from natural disasters and other major problems.
The United States, on the other hand, may have simply harbored too many problems as a whole – and thus, stability is anything but guaranteed. Border issues with Mexico; political siege by the permanent war coalition; internal strife between left and right, and conflict between identity politic groups and disenfranchised, angry hoards all make things unstable.
The U.S. has many military targets that could be hit if a major world war should ever take place… though, of course, there are many suitable places to lay low and insulate yourself from disaster.
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Wherever you go (or remain), keep in mind that safe harbors are few and far between, and there may be many barriers to entry, especially concerning paperwork and financial proof of self-reliance (for immigration purposes). The systemic toxicity is putting off a strong odor, and many places will be hard hit. Any place that has a natural resistance to these destructive tendencies does not want to take on additional burdens, and your family will only be allowed in if it can pay its own way.
And while not every analyst is going to agree on which places are strategically best to run away to, there are some important trends that you should fit to your unique situation, carefully weighing any repatriation or evacuation plans you may have with great caution.
Strategist Joel Skousen has one of the leading reputations on where to go, and how to weigh the options of acceptable risk with locations that are too dangerous to knowingly adopt: