Responsible travel

I think as uppity deluded do gooder idiots from rich countries you have a duty to travel responsibly and not visit corrupt countries, countries that make life difficult for their people
Something to think about
You can use the perceived corruption index as a guide
Because you're helping them whitewash their filthiness

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

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    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      You alright?

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ok I am nor going to america anymore

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The difference is that America has high wages and opportunity so that the effect of corruption on the ordinary person is blunted. You're going to countries where ordinary people sift through garbage to make ends meet and young people have no future, and taking Instagram pics

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >sift through garbage to make ends meet and young people have no future, and taking Instagram pics
        Yeah that sounds like america

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Intentionally being dumb
          Just say you can't afford to vacation in America

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        What the hell is wrong with recycling cans and bottles? LMAO at bleeding-heart cucks thinking that having homeless people sit on a donated bed in a donated tent collecting welfare and doing drugs all day is somehow superior to working and striving, no matter how humble the job. At least workers have hope of getting a better job and then finding a place to stay. American homeless people are so utterly devoid of hope, which is why all the millions and millions of dollars of handouts are unable to fix the homeless problem...and to the contrary, only increase hopelessness and welfare dependence.

        America has opportunity, what a joke. This isn't 1850 anymore...the opportunity floor in America is extremely high. Have you tried to get a job with only the clothes on your back? No, of course not. You're a soft little homosexual full of self-righteous pretension who has never faced hardship.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    name one (1) country that isn't ruled by a corrupt government

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I think
    I don't care what you think. I'm traveling to shitholes and using my superior currency to enjoy my time and life there (IN ALL ASPECTS).
    If the people there don't like their government that's on them, not me. From what I've seen in 40 years of life is that not everyone on earth wants """ democracy""".

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Trash
      Have to be 18 to post

      name one (1) country that isn't ruled by a corrupt government

      Reference the perceived corruption index

      You're all complicit if you go to these countries to get drunk and be degenerate

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        So I can't leave my corrupt country, as every other country is corrupt
        Really activates my almonds

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          There is corruption that takes a little off the top, and then there is corruption that takes the entire thing. You don't have to be a genius to understand the implications.

          What the hell is wrong with recycling cans and bottles? LMAO at bleeding-heart cucks thinking that having homeless people sit on a donated bed in a donated tent collecting welfare and doing drugs all day is somehow superior to working and striving, no matter how humble the job. At least workers have hope of getting a better job and then finding a place to stay. American homeless people are so utterly devoid of hope, which is why all the millions and millions of dollars of handouts are unable to fix the homeless problem...and to the contrary, only increase hopelessness and welfare dependence.

          America has opportunity, what a joke. This isn't 1850 anymore...the opportunity floor in America is extremely high. Have you tried to get a job with only the clothes on your back? No, of course not. You're a soft little homosexual full of self-righteous pretension who has never faced hardship.

          Deluded, 0 life experience. Sheltered keyboard pseud

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Your money as a tourist as a rule only benefits those in power and the wealthy. You're not doing the ordinary person any favors with your presence.
    What corruption means is that people don't have the opportunities to start businesses, work in certain jobs, etc etc etc
    You hurt that country more than you help it
    You rich people want to throw dollars and euros around and feel big, you're actually putting a boot on the face of everyone there.

    A very tiny minority of people in each of these countries benefits from tourism

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'd help their female family members out for 1000 baht.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        very based and charitable. I do the same.

        Your money as a tourist as a rule only benefits those in power and the wealthy. You're not doing the ordinary person any favors with your presence.
        What corruption means is that people don't have the opportunities to start businesses, work in certain jobs, etc etc etc
        You hurt that country more than you help it
        You rich people want to throw dollars and euros around and feel big, you're actually putting a boot on the face of everyone there.

        A very tiny minority of people in each of these countries benefits from tourism

        your worldview is destructive, negative, and ultimately unrealistic. You'd complain about anything. I will continue to travel and live my life the best I see fit. There's nothing you can do to stop that.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Complete, absolute and total bullshit. Traveling in America it's true, my dollars only go to governments and megacorporations. Often I go days on the road without using the services of any human being. Even the "local" or "craft" business are usually owned by some corporate entity who charges sky-high prices in order to pay off the bank israelite. 75% of every card payment I make in America ends up in the pockets of the top echelons in government, finance and business. It's fricking disgusting, and is the epitome of organized corruption.

      Overseas, my cash payments go directly into the pockets of the folks who work 12 hours a day at a street stall or restaurant, and to the middle-class family who owns a budget hotel. Being able to spend far less money AND spread my money around is one of the best things about geomaxxing. Sure, some money does get siphoned into the pockets of corrupt government officials, but even then, the percentage is far, far lower than what I am ultimately paying to the fat cats in America.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Fool
        That restaurant is owned by corrupt people and they opened it through corrupt means. Every act like that undermines the workers and everyone else who feels hopeless because they could never own a shop or a restaurant themselves without paying heavy bribes.

        You talk like this because you have never been on the ground and attempted to get anything done in these shit holes. All imaginary pseud talk

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          You are the clueless pearl-clutcher who doesn't know jack shit about life outside your corporate dystopia, where the only people who can open a restaurant are richgay investors who cozy up to banks and government officials to get all the mortgages, construction lones, zoning permits, building permits, building inspections, sanitary inspections, business taxes, payroll taxes, etc. etc. etc. Nothing but red tape ad nauseum, with the hired slobs who do the actual work only getting about 10% of the take in after-tax pay when all the numbers are crunched. The rest goes into the pockets of the wealthy and powerful. The system is specifically built by the wealthy and powerful to massively enrich themselves at everyone else's expense.

          Whereas in the Philippines for example, all you need to sell food is a platform with third wheel welded to a bicycle, on which you install a fryer or a grill. You find something nearby vendors are not already cooking, ride to your chosen spot, and fire up the grill. Oh, your cousin needs to make some money? He helps you cook for a cut of the nightly take. Everything in cash, earned 10 or 20 pesos at a time. 100% of the money goes to the people who do the work. Nobody pays stinking taxes or permits or bribes.

          This is real life on the street outside the First World. Not whatever bullshit you imagine after reading some israeli list of corruption perceptions.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            This.

            Though make no mistake about it, many countries, cities and popular towns all over the world are fast heading in this direction. This type of lifestyle wont last longer than a decade unless you are traveling way out in the sticks somewhere

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cool it with the antisemitism!
      If you want to blame the jooz for everything go leave where you came from.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    So stay overseas and excommunicate myself from the US?

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The more words you type the more you are working hard to rationalise your immoral behavior

    Look bro, it's simple. A corrupt country harms its citizens, the ways it harms them are too long to list. If you go to that country and inject your tourist money, you're propping up that government and political class, which they then use to sell the idea that the country is a success when it's actually a joke, and there is no incentive to make changes.
    Simple as

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    i think likewise

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Now to know if it's worth coming to protect your money, you need to know about a 4 criterias:

    >Few Taxes and Few Corruption
    >Few Taxes and Very Corruption
    >Very Taxes and Few Corruption
    >Very Taxes and Very Corruption

    A example is:
    >Switzerland (Few Taxes and Few Corruption)

    >Paraguai and Panama (Few Taxes and Very Corruption)

    >Uruguay, Norway and Denmark (Very Taxes and Few Corruption)

    >Brazil (Very Taxes and Very Corruption)

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Responsible travellers shouldn't travel by plane, but it's ok if you're taking your private jet to a business meeting every other day because those people can just funnel a bit of money to a vague government subsidised, tax exempt carbon offsetting business that they have ownership in

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