Some Helpful Advice

There have been so many requests from people wishing to avoid the horrors of national health care, that I thought I’d do what I can to help out.

First, for the many who tweeted that they were moving to Canada, I must tell you that Canada will not be appropriate. Canada is already plagued by universal health care. You must find someplace else.

Unfortunately, none of the more advanced nations will be suitable either, because they have all succumbed to the socialist nightmare, beginning with Norway in 1912 and ending with Israel in 1995. There is only one advanced nation smart enough not to fall into the trap, until now. The following are the advanced nations with the regrettable universal health care:

Norway, New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom, Kuwait, Sweden, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Netherlands, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Finland, Slovenia, Denmark, Luxembourg, France, Australia, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, South Korea, Iceland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland, Israel.

Among the less advanced nations who have also fallen, there are Brazil, Rwanda, Thailand, Moldova, Kuwait, Chile, and China. But China, with a population of 1.3-billion, will take a while, so you might still be healthcare-free there. A number of other countries have national health care or care in planning stages. These include South Africa, Argentina, Paraguay, New Zealand, Australia, Sri Lanka, Russia, Iceland, Greenland, Tasmania, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Costa Rica, Kyrgyzstan, and Cuba.

You should be warned that if you should move to any of the countries mentioned above, your health care costs will be about half what you pay in the US.

Now, let’s find you someplace to live.

There are several possible countries to consider. You should note that lack of a national plan now does not guarantee a similar condition in the future.

Here are some possibilities: Haiti, Jamaica, Peru, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guyana. Most African nations are healthcare-free, except for developing South Africa, so places like Congo, Somalia, Kenya, Eritrea, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Libya, and Chad are candidates. In the Middle East, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and Pakistan might fill the bill. Mongolia and North Korea might also work.

So you see, all is not lost. You can still find a lack of health care in most of these nations. Good luck and bon voyage!

Published in: on 2012/06/29 at 7:57 pm  Leave a Comment  

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