Is it time to leave America?
Before each major world war in history there was a short period of relative safety and peace that preceded the start of the imminent conflicts between nations. Always a series of “peace treaties” preceded these world wars.
I believe the Blood Moon Tetrad, the Great American Solar Eclipse, the Revelation 12 Sign and the super storms and volcanic eruptions we have witnessed are all signs that it is happening–world wars are about to begin.
Many Americans have expatriated to safer countries; it’s estimated that there are close to six million expatriates. What do they know? When interviewed, they make remarks like, “I’m going to write a travel book,” or something like that. Really? I think they are cool customers.
During the time preceding World War II, major peace treaties were signed with Nazi Germany. Other treaties were made between Germany and Russia, and also between Germany and England. They were precursors to the worst war in history to date–World War 2.
This recent treaty by North and South Korea could be a foreboding to a very great war.
Russia Feels Threatened
Our war footing with the USSR has never been higher. Russia is threatened by NATO and its defensive weaponry, which can be turned into offensive weaponry in a matter of days. In response, Russia has developed hypersonic nuclear weapons that cannot be stopped. And guess what? The US is set to roll out its own hypersonic nuclear arsenal in 2019. Russia knows this. This is a vitally important timeline.
The Haven of Belize for Expatriates
“If the world has any ends, British Honduras [Belize] would certainly be one of them. It is not on the way from anywhere to anywhere else. It has no strategic value. It is all but uninhabited.”
-Aldous Huxley, Beyond The Mexique Bay
Is it actually possible to find a country so perfect where you travel by golf cart or just walk, where everyone speaks English and you are surrounded by the Caribbean? Belize may just fit that category. Belize has no enemies, no civil unrest; it’s not even near any country that may become involved in a future major war and its natural beauty is unmatched.
Not only do you not have to learn a second complicated language (English is the official language), all newspapers and government documents are in English. Most importantly, too, Belize has a legal system based on English common law. This means you have property rights just as you have in the US. You don’t have to worry about squatters, as in some countries.
Belize, with a population of only 350,000 is bordered by Guatemala to the west and south, and Mexico to the north. It is 2.5 hours from Houston.
In the Cayo District (where a lot of the food is produced), you can rent a home from $300 a month to $800 a month. That’s inland. I’ve heard you can also get 10 bananas for 50 cents, and 100 oranges for $4 total. Once you move to Belize, your heating bills are over, too.
On the island of Ambergris Caye, you’ll pay $1,000+ a month to rent. If you buy, don’t worry about property taxes–they average $25 to $200 a year.
I recommend this site if you are considering expatriation, for strategies on where to go, also for tax counsel.
If you have a business you need to sell before expatriating, you need a professional business valuation. Here’s my recommendation to put that together.
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