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    (Original post by SirKyrgystan)
    Yeah, so far my vote goes to the Netherlands. I don't like the xenophobia and right-wing-concealed racism this country has fallen prey to. So the Netherlands seem a safe bet, not for the weed or anything, but because they have sound policies & priorities that are both progressive and sensible, plus I'm monolingual so the fact most people in somewhere like Amsterdam can speak at the least broken English, is quite a contributing factor
    >Brexit
    >Waaaah the UK is made up of xenophobic right-wing racists I'm emigrating
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Anti immigration is hating foreigners who come TO UK.

    Anti LBGT doesn't mean gay marriage.. where did that come from?

    Nazi Germany was radical socialism, we have a thing called capitalist-socialism called the centre-left (Labour party)
    No, anti immigration means wanting control of the borders.

    It's a huge part of it. You can disagree or dislike homosexuality/LGBT community, long as you don't act upon it it's fine. In a free society you can hate/despise whatever you want.

    It was socialism underpinned by nationalism. Being patriotic about/loving your country shouldn't mean you are labelled as a Nazi.

    Pretty bigoted and intolerant tbh
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    (Original post by TheIr0nDuke)
    No, anti immigration means wanting control of the borders.

    It's a huge part of it. You can disagree or dislike homosexuality/LGBT community, long as you don't act upon it it's fine. In a free society you can hate/despise whatever you want.

    It was socialism underpinned by nationalism. Being patriotic about/loving your country shouldn't mean you are labelled as a Nazi.

    Pretty bigoted and intolerant tbh
    No anti-immigration isn't about controlling borders, its people saying British only, British are superior whille immigrants are inferior, it makes them unwelcome.

    Anti-LBGT is MAN-MADE, religion was made with no proof that made homosexuality illegal, 21st century is fixing it, why is hate even here? Because they can't have kids.

    Loving your country is one thing, but trying to set it back in time is worrying.

    I accept people with these " views " as a FREE society but don't expect people to like you.
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    Barbados or New Zealand or South Africa. If it wasn't a war zone id go to Afghanistan, the scenery there looks beautiful from the pictures I've seen. I'd love to go to Mexico or morrocobut the language barrier would be a problem
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    (Original post by TheIr0nDuke)
    >Brexit
    >Waaaah the UK is made up of xenophobic right-wing racists I'm emigrating
    Who said anything about brexit? insecure much? Heck I could have a big argument with you on my opinions on the UK's current mentality and choices, and at one point in my life I'd have actually enjoyed doing so. But I really don't give a **** for it, or people like yourself anymore. So kindly, go talk to a wall about the virtues of the quintessential right.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    No anti-immigration isn't about controlling borders, its people saying British only, British are superior whille immigrants are inferior, it makes them unwelcome.

    Anti-LBGT is MAN-MADE, religion was made with no proof that made homosexuality illegal, 21st century is fixing it, why is hate even here? Because they can't have kids.

    Loving your country is one thing, but trying to set it back in time is worrying.

    I accept people with these " views " as a FREE society but don't expect people to like you.
    It's British people wanting the NHS, schooling, GP placements, transport not to be swamped with too many people. Perfectly reasonable, justifiable opinion to hold.

    No, it really isn't. In almost every culture homosexuality was viewed as abnormal, without taking religion into account. Even homosexual animals are exiled/killed when it becomes apparent.

    'Traditionalism is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire'. Nothing to do with setting a country back in time. You have proven yourself intolerant of those with conservative/traditional moral opinions.

    Not fitting in with your close minded, narrow, intolerant view of things doesn't make one unlikeable.

    You're triggering me
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Eh, bye you won't see many English there.
    all the better
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For those of you in the UK, are you thinking of moving to another country after you have completed your education?

    If so, which country, and why?
    I'd love to live in LA because... It's LA
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    Definitely Italy, I love it there and can't wait for my year abroad next September.
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    (Original post by TheIr0nDuke)
    It's British people wanting the NHS, schooling, GP placements, transport not to be swamped with too many people. Perfectly reasonable, justifiable opinion to hold.

    No, it really isn't. In almost every culture homosexuality was viewed as abnormal, without taking religion into account. Even homosexual animals are exiled/killed when it becomes apparent.

    'Traditionalism is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire'. Nothing to do with setting a country back in time. You have proven yourself intolerant of those with conservative/traditional moral opinions.

    Not fitting in with your close minded, narrow, intolerant view of things doesn't make one unlikeable.

    You're triggering me
    Immigration isn't the problem for NHS, its been underfunded by conservative government, homosexuality isn't viewed as abnormal.
    No animals don't, they just don't care... example the dogs I have, the past isn't somewhere that we should be proud of, oh I'm the closed minded narrow and intolerant?

    Did you even read what i aid? I don't care what your views are just don't think I'll shut up, remember: free speech " traditional value " for ya.
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    (Original post by sugarflower)
    Definitely Italy, I love it there and can't wait for my year abroad next September.
    Warning ya... Italians are rubbish at timing.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Warning ya... Italians are rubbish at timing.
    Ha, believe me I know. My ex-SD was like that but I'm a laid back person, so I'd never stress out about it.
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    (Original post by sugarflower)
    Ha, believe me I know. My ex-SD was like that but I'm a laid back person, so I'd never stress out about it.
    It drives me crackers but getting used to it (dating an italian)
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    I'd love to move to Canada, maybe stay near to a french city, so I can keep up my french skills and have bilingual children!!
    I haven't yet decided if I want to spend my year abroad making contacts in Canada or developing my languages in a foreign country.
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    I want to live in multiple countries in multiple continents. If it's something long-term then I would go to Canada.

    The non-Saudi Gulf countries would give me luxury and lots of money, so it's tempting but I would avoid interacting with the natives due the racism among so many of them. After a while I would find the treatment of blue-collar workers too depressing.
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    If you make aliyah, the Israeli government will actually pay for your living for 1 year, teach you Hebrew for free and provide you with funds to make a down payment on a house.

    Furthermore, if your'e below the age of 27 and in good health, you'll be offered guaranteed employment in the IDF. Whilst this isn't for everyone, it certainly provides an easier path to general employment in Israel as you'll be taught a wide variety of transferable skills!
    Would they pay me if I already have a passport? I was born there so my Hebrew's not bad. I'm actually going to be there on my gap year (in sem)! Haha I don't think the IDF is for me plus they don't pay well. Thanks for your reply!!
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    (Original post by DW4)
    Would they pay me if I already have a passport? I was born there so my Hebrew's not bad. I'm actually going to be there on my gap year (in sem)! Haha I don't think the IDF is for me plus they don't pay well. Thanks for your reply!!
    I have no idea on the specific for citizens coming back, but I imagine there'll be some sort of reintroduction program. The government is very eager to attract more Jews to the country.

    I don't recommend IDF on the basis of long-term employment, just to gain skills that help with getting a good job after you're done
    (I think it's 7 years of not living in Israel for citizens to gain exemption for national service?)
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    No ****ing way! Britain's the BEST!!!!!!

    But if I had to move I'd go to the US.
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    I have no idea on the specific for citizens coming back, but I imagine there'll be some sort of reintroduction program. The government is very eager to attract more Jews to the country.

    I don't recommend IDF on the basis of long-term employment, just to gain skills that help with getting a good job after you're done
    (I think it's 7 years of not living in Israel for citizens to gain exemption for national service?)
    Cool! Yeah I just don't see myself going to the IDF at all... I've been living in England for much longer than that!
 
 
 
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