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United States Is World's Last Remaining Haven

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The way I see it,  the world is one big crappy neighborhood. The world is a very hostile neighborhood where the residents would like to be living in the safest house.  

If given the choice of what country to live in, most anyone wants to move to the United States.

The simple truth is that people and companies vote with their feet. As a result of that truth, the United States has more people — and their wealth — immigrating into it annually than all the other countries of the entire world combined.

China, Russia, India, Japan, South America, and Africa have no positive immigration.  Instead, they all face demographic time bombs. 

The European countries are being overrun with immigration which is actually a Muslim invasion.  Sort of like D-Day of World War II on the beaches of Normandy but without the armed hostility.  Instead of bombs, guns, and soldiers the weapon of this war is demographics. They do not intend to become European but intend Europe to become another Islamic state.

There has been an exodus of Europeans who have packed up their wealth along with themselves and are resettling in the US.

All this raises a question in my mind. Is the United States really the world's last great hope as a wealth and personal safe haven?

I say hope because the United States is facing  its most critical time in its history. Much of what is accepted as legitimate public policy is nothing more than doublespeak or, perhaps, even fraud. 

A lot of assumptions are made when explaining the strength of the United States.  As the dominant global economic superpower, there is an implication it will continue in its exalted status. 

Plenty of big hitters said that China is rapidly moving out of the  developing country category and maneuvering into becoming a real competitor.  Recent events are proving the truth of the old saying that with big hitters there are also big losers. Anyone who could convince themselves that a communist system would ever become economically successful has severe cognitive deficiencies.

There are many who still have fantasies that the European Union will eventually get its act together.  I think I am quite reasonable  in observing that betting on welfare states who sell off their heritage in return for all the benefits of multiculturism under Sharia law is a real long shot. 

Are there any  countries — or even continents — likely to restructure enough to become a  superpower and give America a run for its money?

I don't see any on my radar screen. 

The United States has lots of problems.  There's no denying that.

The only real danger to the United States comes from its own government. A situation building up a head of steam at least since the late 1960s — if not earlier.  Metaphorically speaking, the lid on the economic pot is about to blow off.

A necessary event in my book if the economy is ever become healthy.

The finances of the government are a disaster.  Runaway spending is accelerating. The tax system is as described in Frank Chodorov's book, "The Income Tax —The Root of All Evil." Dilusional politically driven policies have transformed the United States  into a captive welfare economy  so deeply indebted that it is insolvent. 

There is no growth in the economy because there is no productivity.  A result of precious capital being misallocated by government mandate away from private industry.

Instead of the free-market apportioning capital,  the Federal Reserve dictates a zero interest rate. The government has put itself and the economy in an impossible position.

Any rise of the interest rate,  even a quarter of a point,  will have disastrous consequences to the interest costs in maintaining the $20 trillion of federal debt and the continuing funding of the excessive spending necessary to politically maintain the status quo.

Wall Street, the governments co-conspirators, are equally in danger.  In the background looms hundreds of trillions of dollars of interest sensitive derivatives that the Fed either encouraged or, most certainly, failed to regulate.

Fortunately, there is a paradigm shift going on in the United States.  The established political guard is under attack.  The upcoming voters, nearly half of whom were not voters in the 1990s, want change. 

The last two presidential administrations have taught them that whatever the government does, it does badly.  The current administration is driving that bitter learning experience into the very fabric of their collective consciousness.

They want the government off their backs, out of their private lives, and out of their private parts. 

The United States is the only country in the world with the capability to change course to meet the demands of this new majority of voters.  Something which is clearly reflected in the presidential campaigns of the contenders considered the polling leaders.

What all this sums up to me is that the United States will remain as the world's last remaining safe haven.

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The United States is the only country in the world with the capability to change course to meet the demands of this new majority of voters. Something which is clearly reflected in the presidential campaigns of the contenders considered the polling leaders.
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