Where to Escape When Europe Conflict Starts

DÜSSELDORF - Germany - You may be right in fearing for the future of your children, as Europe descends into conflict through the incompetence of clueless and profligate leaders.

Where to go?

You pay your taxes, some in Scandinavian socialist ‘paradises’ pay 80% tax and they are rewarded by being flooded with rapists and potential Jihadists.

The European project is over, and the rise of Fascism is once again growing because the ingredients within the unholy smelly soup are the right consistency and are reaching boiling point.

As Europe’s Jews leave in their thousands daily, you should take their action as a warning, because they have never forgotten the lessons of history as the lackadaisical foolish bureaucrats who run Europe seem to have done.

The unelected EU officials may have diamond plated pension schemes, unlimited expense accounts and free International travel but you don’t.

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Here is a list of the world’s safest places to escape to from the EU and the future conflict

  1. New Zealand
  2. Canada
  3. Madagascar
  4. Iceland
  5. Tuvalu
  6. Switzerland
  7. Fiji
  8. Australia

Do not be daunted by the intricacies of moving, because the lives of you and your family are far more important. Those who stay behind will have nowhere to go when the conflict starts, as happened in WW2, where borders were sealed by Nazi occupiers.

One must plan ahead for survival, as the signs lead to future conflict, if one is dazzled by the headlines and chooses to stay put, there will be a heavy price to pay in the end.

The EU is no longer a place of safety, it is a place of uncertainty, where your daughters and children are raped, where there is no help from the authorities who deny such crimes occur, where useless diktats and heavy taxes are foisted on the workers to bolster a crumbling regime of waste, foolishness and corrupt greed.

Every empire eventually crumbles, as did the Roman empire, invaded by barbarians; their leaders too lazy and concerned with their own luxury to even care when the end came swiftly.

Jean Claude Juncker toasts you with his fifth jug of cognac and it’s not even 9.30 am as you pack your bags and leave for good.