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Escaping to Mexico

Escaping to Mexico

So I just recently found myself Escaping to Mexico having no time to prepare.

I was going to go after New Years, but I heard that they were going to imprison us AGAIN even before Christmas, so I literally had one week to get myself together and run.

I left 90% of everything I owned behind.

Almost everyone awake is ESCAPING

There are TONS of Australians and Canadians doing the same thing, so I will start providing you with my stories, opinions about what Mexico is like, and helpful links to help you also escape from your tyrannical country that isn’t just trying to force you to take the death jab, but will stop you from doing ANYHING if you don’t have it. I knew that was going to happen last year.

Everything I say to you is my opinion and that should be obvious. Your experiences will always differ from mine because you are you and I am me. Also, until I’ve lived a full year in Mexico, I can only give you my experiences based on this time of the year.

I will also relay what I hear from others and I will try to verify it with others who have lived here for longer than a month since I don’t trust one person’s point of view here and I’ll explain why below.


I, in no way, am saying that Mexico is Nirvana, but for now, we don’t think that Mexicans (at least the cartels) will ever allow the evils to force inject all of Mexico.

Also, the indigenous people almost always stand up for themselves and don’t trust the government at all, so it’s a good idea to be near them.

Saying that, most expats gravitate towards living around other expats, which is a shame, because that’s what immigrants do when they go to live in the US, Canada, the UK, etc. and we always put them down for that and then most 1st world expats go ahead and do the same thing.

I personally want to be around some expats (only the really AWAKE ONES) and locals as well.

And frankly, I know what it’s like to be an expat and the people who are escaping to Mexico, I don’t consider them to be real expats.


Because they probably wouldn’t be leaving their country if it weren’t for the war.

An expat makes the conscious decision to leave their country when things aren’t as tyrannical as they are now.

I personally don’t like most expats.

I find most of them (this is online) mean spirited, they lie about the country they moved to either by saying everything is great, or omitting the truth about what it’s really like.

I find them very cliquish and if you don’t fit in, there’s tons of cyber bullying.

I once lived in Panama and the fights online were horrific.

Even in Costa Rica I was run off of their Yahoo group (this was years ago) for simply asking questions. That’s why I never moved to Costa Rica.

If you know me, I ask a lot of questions. It doesn’t matter what the topic is, I have a curious mind and I like to get the full picture on things so I can make a decision about something. Unfortunately some people get offended when I ask questions.

I also find (I have no idea why this is) most expats have cognitive issues. They are a very very strange breed indeed. And I generally mean ones who have been living in that country for at least 5-10+ years, not just 1 or 2 years.

Most people trust other expats when they arrive to the country they plan to live in, but what they don’t realize, is that expats can scam you as a newbie just like a local can, so you have to be very very careful.

I heard horror stories when I lived in Panama and I was scammed once by an expat.

Also, a lot of expats set up businesses and rely upon fresh “blood” coming to that country on a regular basis, which is another reason that they hide the truth about the country and it’s cons.

I will not charge you a dime for helping you because that’s not why I’m doing this. My goal is to help as many people as I can and that is what I’ve been doing since March 2020. I have no ulterior motive like some (not all) expats.

If you decide to make a donation or buy from one of the banners, it is much appreciated, especially now because I’m not working at all since I still don’t have a permanent place to live and my computers aren’t set up.

Getting here was very stressful and I’ve been traveling all over the country based on one guy’s recommendations only to realize he’s not all there upstairs, so now I’m back to square one about where to live.

Driving up the cost of living

Most expats will always charge you American and Canadian prices (or just below) and then try to justify it by telling you that normally they charge much more – SMH.

I don’t feel they should be doing that. They should be charging you local prices or maybe a smidgen more.

I also find that when they realize you can’t give them anything (like money by investing in their services, land, etc.), they often disappear.

Because they charge North American or European prices and they pay more to the locals when they arrive, this starts to drive UP the prices within that country and the next thing you know, the cost of living starts to go up, and it’s no longer affordable to live in that country, especially where most of the expats live.

This is what is happening in Mexico now, and from what I’ve heard it’s been happening for the last 4-6 months. I already figured out this was going to happen even before I heard this.

I don’t like this AT ALL. It’s terrible, and it upsets the locals (for good reason.)

In fact, when I lived in Panama which was back in 2012/2013, the food prices went up at least 10 times during the short time I was there.

Also, because the cost of living had risen soooo much in Costa Rica, the ticos (that is what the locals are called) got so angry, they didn’t just rob the expats once like they normally do, but they would rob the same expat upto 3 times.

Where are all the BRITS???

So there are even people from Europe escaping to Mexico, but not as many as the Canadians and Aussies. And as for the Brits, they are MISSING LOL

In fact, a Brit just wrote me the other day asking me if I was British because there are NO Brits escaping to Mexico.

The ONLY country (except a few Eastern European countries) who has been fighting back strong since the war started was the UK. So my assumption is that they are going to continue fighting until it gets so bad and then they will want to escape to Mexico.

So I will wrap this up for now and start on my notes article so you can skim through what I’ve learned so far.

I hope you ALL manage to escape your tyrannical mafia government for a safe haven.



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