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    Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    I have been thinking a lot about getting away from this feminist country
    i have been living in since birth (Germany).
    I really am fed up with state feminism, favoring women
    and discriminating against men.
    I am currently working on my undergraduate degree in computer science
    and after that i want to get away asap.

    I could spent my life fighting against manginas that don't
    want to end their delusions or lesbian manhaters,
    but i think i suffered enough already.
    I don't want to put my head on the block for people
    that won't thank me for it and more likely will hate
    me exactly because i am telling the truth.

    I just want to get away from it all and leave the cunts in their
    feminist cuntry behind me.
    But where best to go to?
    All western democratic countries are discriminating against men.

    The only one i can think of that is not a 3rd world country,
    is russia, but russia does not have a real democracy which i still value.

    Anyone have any ideas.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Hi EiziEizz,

    I don't the answer to your question, but, if I had to guess, I would guess Somalia. The Somalian government is headquartered outside the country and has very little control about what happens inside the country. It therefore has very little power, if any, to discriminate. Don't know the amount of discrimination within the society itself, but most likely less than Germany.

    My guess though, as a computer science graduate, you would have a better life in Germany than in Somalia, once all important relevent things are considered. I am certainly having a much better time in California than I would have had in Somalia.

    As for discrimination against me ? I can only think of two that are relevent to me:

    1) One legal one: I am barred from women only grants for starting or expanding a business.
    2) One government spending one: much less money is spent on research on health issues that might affect me that on health issues that affect women.
    3) One societal/cultural one: many women have been promoted to the leisure class by formerly thirsty betas:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIFmQHJEG1M
    And nobody is doing the same for me.

    Other than that, following the simple precautions I outlined in http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...s-2015-a-4719/ , I am having a much better life in California, even when you account for potential problems that might happen in the future, than I would have in Somalia.

    More generally, here is a good read Amazon.com: How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World: A Handbook for Personal Liberty (9780965603676): Harry Browne: Books on becoming more free by changing what you are doing instead of trying to change the society in which you are living.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Can you tell use more about Germany? What have they done to you that you are forced to leave the country?

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    I been thinking the same but for different reasons, not only feminism, I'm from Mexico and i'm so tired of all the BS in my country, but it's also kinda hard for my since i don't have studies (I have to choose between stay in school or eat when i was younger) and the income in Mexico is very low, so it's hard to get the money and live abroad u_u

    Anyway, I still thinking in work hard and leave my country in 2 or 3 years (I'm 35 in this moment), so I really want to know opinions about this. Sorry if my english is not the best.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    The only feminist free place left on the planet is Antarctica.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Germany is privileging women in hiring for public sector jobs.
    Germany is forcing all businesses with more than 100 employees to have
    a full time women advocate on company pay roll (No mens advocate ever).
    Germany is forcing big companies to hire at least 30% women in their boardrooms.
    Than all the programs designed to benefit only women.

    I am just fed up and don't want to contribute to this cuntry.
    Maybe i should look into russia.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    the solution isn't to find a non-feminist country, since in a way they all are. the solution is to find a way to live off the grid and not get caught.

    america has a ton of space where you can build small cabins on the cheap, on land that no one has any interest in buying. in my state, you can buy a metric fuckload of space for next to nothing (comparatively) and construct whatever you want. my current plan is to save up for an RV or mobile home situated just close enough to a town where I can boy commodities, but far enough away that I will never see another human being if I so choose.

    from there, the sky's the limit.
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    if it's a divorce you're looking for, I can tell you I don't have money.
    what I do have is a particular set of skills. skills I have acquired over a very long career (of ghosting and going my own way). skills that make me a nightmare for people like you (broads).
    if you let feminism go now, that will be the end of it. I will not not look for you, I will not not pursue you.
    but if you don't...

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Quote Originally Posted by EiziEizz View Post
    Germany is forcing all businesses with more than 100 employees to have a full time women advocate on company pay roll (No mens advocate ever).
    Very soon, there wll be a German word meaning "99 person company", connoting "the guys who you finally call when its time to actually get the work done."

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Trying to find a totally non-feminist country is a pipe dream; don't waste your time. However, as a computer science guy you should invest your skills in being location independent. Lots of IT guys have made the effort to find work that allows them to work in one country while living in another. The advantages are making a first world income (even if it is slightly less than if you sat in that cubicle) and paying cost of living in a third world country are substantial. Money can make a lot of irritants go away. being locally rich is where this happens. Even third world countries have internet access and phone conections at low cost. You should concentrate on being flexible and able to shift location as needed while flying under the radar. There is no perfect place, so be able to pick and choose and then choose again, and yet again.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Trying to find a totally non-feminist country is a pipe dream; don't waste your time. However, as a computer science guy you should invest your skills in being location independent. Lots of IT guys have made the effort to find work that allows them to work in one country while living in another. The advantages are making a first world income (even if it is slightly less than if you sat in that cubicle) and paying cost of living in a third world country are substantial. Money can make a lot of irritants go away. being locally rich is where this happens. Even third world countries have internet access and phone conections at low cost. You should concentrate on being flexible and able to shift location as needed while flying under the radar. There is no perfect place, so be able to pick and choose and then choose again, and yet again.
    I agree with Mike, think about how to have a mobile business and you have the power to live where you want. Places like elance allows you to offer your computer skills to online businessmen, you are paid for the work you do. As mike says 1st world prices, but can be working on a third world beach.

    Just something to think about...

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Hour View Post
    The only feminist free place left on the planet is Antarctica.
    Agreed, in other words feminism is everywhere. There is nowhere on the earth you can escape from it. All you can do is understand it and limit is impact/influence on your life. As with any other annoying bullshit that comes out of a woman's head-vag its best ignored.

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    Very soon, there wll be a German word meaning "99 person company", connoting "the guys who you finally call when its time to actually get the work done."
    In the https://dontmarry.files.wordpress.co...xualutopia.pdf eBook, F. Roger Devlin says that feminism thrives on its own failures. When old feminist rules create problems, new feminist rules are invented to address those problems: fpr example, crazy sexual harassment laws created from forcing big employers to hire women.

    So, in a few years, it will be illegal for Germans to discriminate against companies who employ 100 or more people. And, using the disparate impact doctrine, that will make it illegal to discriminate based on quality/price criteria. When you need work done, you would have to call the future government agency in charge of allocating contracts, who will then use some system to allocate the contract to some service provider, a system that makes sure no company is left behind.
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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    I'm looking at expatriating as well but I want to go back to school, so I am limited to Western countries for the most part.

    The replies are correct; feminism is everywhere.

    This is the best advice so far:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    as a computer science guy you should invest your skills in being location independent. Lots of IT guys have made the effort to find work that allows them to work in one country while living in another. The advantages are making a first world income (even if it is slightly less than if you sat in that cubicle) and paying cost of living in a third world country are substantial. Money can make a lot of irritants go away. being locally rich is where this happens. Even third world countries have internet access and phone conections at low cost. You should concentrate on being flexible and able to shift location as needed while flying under the radar. There is no perfect place, so be able to pick and choose and then choose again, and yet again.
    Learn multiple languages and try to find contract positions or piece work that allows for telecommuting. I'm working towards this goal of having a respected degree, learning eastern languages and avoiding a mortgage. The socioeconomic and geopolitical conditions are currently too unstable to find a permanent place to relocate. Travel light and be prepared to move.
    Last edited by juicemoney; March 6, 2015 at 8:35 PM. Reason: Grammar/formatting

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    Re: Expatriate, which country is not feminist?

    Quote Originally Posted by EiziEizz View Post
    Germany is privileging women in hiring for public sector jobs.
    Germany is forcing all businesses with more than 100 employees to have
    a full time women advocate on company pay roll (No mens advocate ever).
    Germany is forcing big companies to hire at least 30% women in their boardrooms.
    Than all the programs designed to benefit only women.

    I am just fed up and don't want to contribute to this cuntry.
    Maybe i should look into russia.
    Feminist love to say that they can do anything a man can do. Only better. Fine. So if women are better than men, why do they need special rights and set asides?


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