Politics November 1, 2016
Not to be confused with a “reality” show, Donald Trump will be the incoming President of the United States.
As he makes his way for the Oval Office, proving mainstream media, the intelligentsia, and even members of his own party wrong, many Hillary supporters have vowed they will head for the exits. Immigration outside of the U.S. that is.
For those Americans who promised to leave the country pursuant to a Donald Trump victory… ENTITY has identified five liberal nations where Hillary Clinton-supporting Democrats might feel at home.
Foreign born workers can work legally in Canada for up to four years. If Trump wins, an influx of exasperated Americans is expected, so much so that the Canadian island of Cape Breton has already offered to host refugees from the States. The campaign’s website describes the place as “Where women can get abortions, Muslim people can roam freely, and the only ‘walls’ are holding up the roofs of our extremely affordable houses.”
Denmark is officially the happiest country in the world, according to a 2016 World Happiness Report released on behalf of the United Nations. Health care and education are virtually free and if that’s not enough to get you packing your bags then consider how the country offers plentiful parental leave and strongly promotes gender equality.
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A compassionate, caring nation, Sweden has opened its doors to refugees to such an extent that they now make up 10 percent of the country’s population. Swedes have also opened their wallets to help others and give one percent of their nation’s gross national product to humanitarian aid programs.
The first post-Soviet republic to give civil rights to same sex couples, this progressive country has a balanced budget, flat rate income tax and almost no debt. There’s a growing modern industry, too. Did you know Skype was created and developed in Estonia?
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All you need to qualify for Irish citizenship is having one great grandparent who was born there. If that’s not you then you can still stay for three months without paperwork while you find an employer who can help you with the immigration documents. Great jobs are available, especially in tech, where companies such as Google, Twitter and Facebook all have European headquarters. Plus, you can drink enough Guinness to blot out the memory of Trump’s election.
And for those Trump supporters who believe the end is nigh if President Hillary’s campaign prevails, please see 5 Countries to Flee to if Hillary Wins.
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