A society full of idiots.

A society full of idiots.


As if that’s the only nefarious thing
that’s going on in the u.s. right now. So, I know I’m going to get some shit for this one but I’m gonna say it anyway. If anyone tells you it’s not cheaper
here, well, they’re either lying, or they haven’t traveled enough. So many people
felt like they were owed something for doing nothing. I think it’s only a matter
of time before the shit hits the fan, so to speak. At the end of the day it’s just
creating a society full of idiots. Good morning Tangerineys! I’m Maddie,
and I’m Jordan, and we are Tangerine Travels. After lots of deliberation and planning,
we finally, five months ago, packed up just a few suitcases after selling
everything that we owned, and decided to travel through Mexico. At this point,
we’ve traveled to over 15 cities in five Mexican states, and so we’ve learned a
thing or two. And then ended up settling in Guadalajara for a while. We won’t be
here forever but this is our new temporary home. And with all these
experiences that we have, and all the cities that we’ve been to, lessons that
we’ve learned, we thought that we could share something with you guys today. Why
you should move to Mexico. Or if you’re considering it, why you should retire in
Mexico. And we thought this was a well-timed video because recently we’ve
been getting a ton of people commenting Saying that they’re considering moving
to Mexico. Do we think they should? What is this like? What is that like? So we
thought we’d give you a compact list. This sidewalk is… Wow! [Laughter] We thought we’d give you a compact list of why you should move to Mexico and why
you should retire here. So, you gotta know We’re gonna touch on this one, and that
is safety. Is Mexico safe? We’ve talked about this in a bunch of other videos,
but if you’re using that as something to determine whether you are or aren’t
going to move here, we would say that It’s pretty safe if you’re not an idiot.
If you’re not buying or dealing drugs, or doing anything crazy, or illegal, or
something like that. It’s pretty much Your average, safe country. Yes, it is. Yes. [Laughter] In summary, yes it’s safe. Don’t be an idiot. Use your common sense and you should be fine. Another reason is there is super super fresh food here! You are going
to be hard pressed to find processed food, food with lots of chemicals, preservatives,
probably not a whole genetically modified food. And that is
great, if you’re someone like me dealing with a bunch of health issues and food
allergies to know always what is in what you’re eating. And even if you’re not,
it’s a great place to be if you want to eat healthier and have less processed, more wholesome food. So regardless of what kind of landscape or climate you’re
looking for, Mexico has something for you. Whether you’re looking for beaches, or
mountains, or a nice climate year-round. Whatever else it might be, you’re gonna
find it here. Very diverse! Laska really did not Want to be part of this video today. [Laughter] Hope you guys are digging this information so far. If you haven’t already, please
subscribe to our channel to see more videos that we’re putting out about our
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it. Another reason we think Mexico is a great place to move, is if you are
looking to get away from the materialistic culture of the US. It’s a
great place to be here and you can live Much more of a simple life where you can
just have things that make you happy, not a whole bunch of stuff. The stuff, you
know? Stuff. Next up, prices. I’m going to have to do
some generalizing here because the u.s. is a huge country and Mexico is a huge
country, so obviously there’s places Where it’s going to vary a lot, but in
general, It’s about one third of the cost here for most things. And this is
especially comparing to Phoenix, but Then you have other places, like more
expensive ones like New York or San Francisco, It might be 1/5 or 1/7 of the cost of
those places, or if you’re from small town Minnesota where I grew up, it’s
probably going to be about half the cost of what it is to live there. If anyone
tells you it’s not cheaper here, well, they’re either lying or they haven’t
traveled enough. Yes, anywhere in the world You could spend a lot of money or equal
to what you’re spending in another place, But if you’re living an average
lifestyle, not trying to go to fancy, expensive restaurants every single day,
then you should be spending significantly less than you would be in
the US. And you can if you want. If you have a fixed amount of income that you
can spend anywhere in the world, you’re going to be able to eat at a lot fancier
restaurants here and live in a much nicer house! If you want to move
internationally, it’s probably going to help you out a lot to learn new language.
Learning Spanish in Mexico, it’s going to be easier than learning a new language
in a lot of new countries because people are going to be so helpful. And for
instance, I’ve had plenty of friends that have gone to France, specifically,
and say that people have absolutely no patience with you when you’re making
mistakes, or you don’t know a word or some things. Or, I mean, even in the US! People
trying to learn English, it’s disgusting How people say “Ugh! Learn English already!” Or some stupid thing like that. There’s like no patience for you there. Where, in
Mexico, we would never, I can’t even imagine hearing something like that here
because people are just so patient. [Laughter] So I Know I’m gonna get some shit for this
one but I’m gonna say it anyway. If you want to be somewhere with less weather
manipulation, then Mexico is probably a great place for you to move. And if
you’re going to disagree with me on this, You can’t tell me that the countrywide
heat wave that’s going on in the US has nothing to do with weather manipulation.
I have to butt into myself here and say something, because I mentioned weather
manipulation, as if that’s the only nefarious thing that’s going on in the
u.s. right now. That the government, or powerful rich companies, or whoever else
might be trying to keep from the public’s eye. So to keep this brief, there
are a whole lot of other things beyond weather manipulation that I think fall
into this category – Like genetically modifying foods, and potentially things
that are being put into vaccines, or flu shots, or things like that. But I’m not
gonna get all conspiracy theorist on you guys. I just figured it would be good to
clarify that weather isn’t the only thing that’s possibly being messed with.
I was skeptical about things like weather manipulation – like that can’t
actually be a thing, right? But I’ve actually seen released US government
documents from like 80 years ago that they were putting dry ice into clouds to
make it rain a lot more to win a war. So if they were doing that 80 years ago,
think about what technology they have now. If you’re looking for a place to
move internationally, Mexico’s pretty close. So, it’s a pretty obvious choice. If you still have friends and family there, and you Want a relatively short plane ride back,
well then, Mexico is going to be a lot better option than Ecuador, or Colombia, or
something like that. So if you’re considering several Latin American and
South American countries, well, in terms of location, proximity to the US, Mexico is going to be your best option there. Why else should you retire in
Mexico or move to Mexico? Well, if you, like us, we’re getting pretty tired of the
“Go go go go go!” Culture of the US, then it’s a great
place to be, because it’s way more relaxed. You’ll be around people who are
working, [Siri starts giving directions on the phone] Thank You Siri. [Laughter] You’ll be around People who are working really, really
hard, but then they know when to call it quits, and how to take time off, and how
to enjoy time with friends, and family, And generally enjoy life without just
spinning your wheels until you’re completely burnt out. Along those same
lines, there’s not so much of an entitlement culture here. I really felt
like, that in the US, so many people felt like they were owed something for
doing nothing. And here, you have a bunch of hard workers, who at the same time,
know how to take time for themselves and for family and friends. Even for
something like homeless people, or people who don’t have a job, they’re not just
standing on the corner asking for money, Saying with a sign: “Hungry, just want
food” but then you hand them food, and they say “No, no, I want your money instead.” Well, the majority of the time you’re Gonna find people trying to sell like De La Rosa Mazapan, or wash your window for you, or do something, anything, so they
can actually earn the money. That’s like Jordan’s saying, it’s not people are entitled
like “Give me money just because you have more money than me.” Or something. Whatever, whatever the mentality is, that’s not really the case here in Mexico. Mm-hmm. By and large. So something else about coming to Mexico is that they have a super
relaxed immigration policy! It’s one of the few countries I know about where you
can literally just walk across the border. There’s no one to stop you,
there’s no one to check your bags, ask you questions, and show your passport to.
You can just walk across. I did this exact thing when I was going to get some
dental work done in Los Algodones. Just about anyone can
get a six month tourist visa, and then if you want to get a permanent residency or
temporary residency, in that case, there’s some Income requirements, but the process
itself is pretty simple. We hope you’re enjoying this information so far! We’re
gonna get right back to it but first we wanted to say that if you are enjoying
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questions that we don’t have time to answer in the comments of our videos. And the link will be down below for that. We’ll put the link down in the
description. You should move to Mexico if you like being around people who still
value personal relationships, in person. Something that I was really getting
fed up with, before we left to Mexico, was the fact that you could go out and hang
out with a bunch of people, and Everyone’s on their phone. They care more
about posting something on Instagram, Sending a text to someone, or scrolling
through Facebook. It doesn’t even matter, Just being on their phones. [Laughter] Instead of being present or spending time with people. Spending quality time. It’s more
about being online, and having a social presence, and seeing how many likes you
can get, or whatever your prerogative is online. It’s not like that here. People
actually spend time with each other. It’s amazing! This is one of the reasons why I
personally wanted to come to Mexico, well One of many reasons. But, not only is the
US the biggest debtor in the world, It’s the biggest debtor in the history
of the world. And in my knowledge of history, that doesn’t
end well. I think it’s only a matter of Time before the shit hits the fan so to
speak. And when that happens, I’d prefer to be elsewhere. Mexico is a great place
to retire or move if you like your Society to have more personal freedoms
and not be so much about rules, laws, Regulations, and people suing people all
the time. What we mean about personal freedom: You can cross the street without
getting a $200 fine for not crossing in a crosswalk. And you can get hit by a car,
and that’s part of your personal freedoms as well. And go hiking without a
guardrail everywhere, it’s like the metaphorical guardrail of life. And you
can go to a restaurant and there aren’t going to be so many laws about whether
you can have a beer on the patio, or no You can have it right here, but you can’t
have it 4 feet over this way otherwise you could get arrested. And yes, we do realize that some of those rules are put into place to make people
safer, but honestly, like at the end of the day, it’s just creating a society
full of idiots that know that there’s rules and laws to protect them, so they
don’t even bother looking out for themselves anymore. Yeah, I don’t want someone else deciding how I’m going to be safe. That’s up to me. [Laughter] For better or worse. Another cool thing is Mexico is full of history and culture! And this isn’t just the culture in the history from the Europeans, but in every
city there is going to be a Plaza, Buildings surrounding that Plaza that are
super super old, with tons of history. But It goes beyond that! There’s lots of
archaeological sites, and pyramids, and so Much to discover here! Last, but certainly
not least, why should you move to Mexico? Well, the food! Oh my damn! [Laughter] The food is so good! And whatever you might possibly think that Mexican food is: nachos, tacos,
burritos It’s so much more than that! I am confident in
saying that Mexico food diversity is so much more complex than anything in the
US. And it’s not just Mexican food! There is somewhat of like new-age food mixed
in, pre-hispanic food, and fusions from cultures all across the world! These are just some of the reasons that we could come up with why it would be a great
idea and why you should move to Mexico. Or why you should retire in Mexico, if
you are considering it. If you liked this video, give it a thumbs up and subscribe
to our channel if you haven’t already! We Are putting out videos just about every
day about our life and adventures in Mexico. And! GONG THAT BELL! [Laughter] So you get notified the next time we put out a new video, and we will See you there!

100 thoughts on “A society full of idiots.

  1. Your videos are very entertaining, illustrative and informative; I can't wait to see them all, but I can't eat all the cake of a bite either. Get warm greetings from Monterrey, NL, Mexico.- José Luis G.

  2. America is now run by an evil decadent, diabolical elite. They are using the government to lie to & abuse the people under their control. You were lucky to escape to Mexico.

  3. I looove your videos ! You are such a cute couple!! There a plenty of Americans and Europeans already living in Mexico or at least own rental properties there, I go every single vacation and I have the best time every time! People are super sweet and they treat us amazingly well for half of what I would spend in the US

  4. u three are awesome, thank you for your videos and for representing americans in a good way..:) …all my best..I need to get out of america, it is crazy what is happening here, the hate, the craziness, greed and materialism……so I am an elderly retiree female with a dog and cat…looking at Tulum, Rosarita, Nuevo Vallarta, Merida? just wanting a peaceful place with nature and warm people to live a simple life in my elder years…Wondering if it is safe to buy a small home as my monthly budget is social security …is it safe ot purchase a home there as a ca realtor told me that it isn't, that the govt can seize your property. I have a budget of (100-200k) thanks so much!

  5. I hope I’m not putting u on the spot but… why are some risking their life and the lives of their young family members; to leave Mexico?

  6. If you want to become a part of Mexico then dump all the garbage from the United States. Wearing your hat on backwards is a part of that stupid United States mentality. I remember when that wearing you hat on backwards first came out, only gang members and thugs did it. Don't be a hypocrite..lose that ridiculous garbage from the U.S. if you can't wear your hat the right way then trash the damn hat. Don't act like a thug. You are bringing the hypocrisy from the U.S. to Mexico. Those people don't need that crap.

  7. What about clean water? Last time I was there I got very sick…..do you drink all boiled water? Bottled water?

  8. Your videos are great, but you need to leave out the politics of living in the US. Weather Manipulation, food additives. You are now in Mexico, forget the US and tell us about Mexico.

  9. I'll back you two up on the Flu shot-Pneumonia shot poison…I'm one that had a reaction to those shots..same time Lou Ferrigno checked into a hospital after his shots….they are trying to say it was a dirty needle not the vaccine that is BS….Look up all the poisons in those shots very scary and sometimes it sets off your immune system and it starts to shut down your body functions…My legs are still weak and might never be the same again….

  10. The U.S is full of unhealthy zombies who wander around aimlessly looking for a fight. There are nice people here and there but there is no passion or energy here! Everyone is afraid of everything and everyone! I'm tired of hearing all the fake news, chemtrails almost every damn day, pesticide filled food and lack of humility from everyone! I will be off to Mexico City next month and haven't been there in 8 years. I miss the food, the energy, the people, the city and the overall energy of Mexico City!

    Ciudad De Mexico, aqui vengo!

  11. I DONT GET IT !! It's Beautiful there !! WHY THEN are So many Mexicans by the Thousands trying to get into the United States RIGHT NOW !?! It was sad to see a father & his daughter on News few days ago FACE DOWN in the WATER trying to get here.. getting sick staying in cages at the border.. it's like they're dying to get in here

  12. What are the chemtrails like? Those definitely affect everything in humans existence..just look up daily, its pouring down on us here in El Paso.. looks like a checker board all day, every day..

  13. its safe ! how does that dog get along with all the chihuahuas ? firecrackers ! you can buy bottle rockets . m 80s anything short of dynamite . no one bats an eye ! and in pharmacys you dont need a dr. prescription !

  14. I agree with you guys %110 . even my 10 years old son know that quality of life in Mexico is better then here in California which is suppose the be best place in US . he hate when we want to come back to US and after pass board he have to wear his seat belt and he already miss ride in bake my truck in town and go to river and fishing . good food friendly people that's always have time to talk with you and a lot and a lot of celebration and fiesta . you newer get bored or hear of word depressed .

  15. I've been wanting to join my mother down in Mexico for years now! My husband has really been dragging his feet, but your videos have truly helped to reassure him and give him the motivation to want to be in Mexico.
    We have converted an RV to be off grid capable and are now saving up a bit before heading down this winter!
    Just keep up the great work, you guys are awesome!

  16. I agree. When I’m older I would like to be able to hire someone to clean the house, without them saying they don’t do this or that. I heard all they do in the US is the deep cleaning, but the real work is in daily work like cooking, and dishes. I’m sure I could find a service there who does it all who would be happy for the work. Even so I would eat out a lot at restaurants because I’ve done more then enough cooking to have what I do. I would live near the best medical care, and get pretty Spanish architecture (that I have now), and their tile. I want to live in a culture where there’s no shame in an honest job…we have people in the US who won’t even take them. The best job you have is the one you have now. It would be cool to listen to and view the ocean on your patio as the sun rises as you get over the monstrosities experienced in life. My brave soul went out and got everything.

  17. Addiction of a foreign style or intolerance of Mexican style of living is the No 1 reason for transplant failures. The average length of time is 6-7 years of residency. Usually, the bubble bursts when something happens like an auto accident or getting hassled by a cop. Afterward, the sun always seems to be in your face, and small things become intolerable. Then you see MOVING BACK TO US EVERYTHING MuST GO signs pop up. Take advantage of these panic sales! I have lived here 50+ years.
    Most of my friends 99>% are Mexicanos. I have seen too many gringas bailout because they limit their experience to gringo communities and they begin a feud with other gringas. 10-to-1 more common than men.
    I have not spoken English in five years.
    None of my neighbors are foreigners.
    My daughter asks me "Papi do you have enough dinero for one of the granddaughters to buy new shoes?" I reply "No this month is tortillas, salt, chili and musica. The house rocks with laughter.
    I splurged and purchased both a Kindle and a Nook.
    Two things I insist on. Do not drive at night. And stay secure against petty theft. I insist on Jealous Husband's Window Bars. And reinforced doors, locks, and jams. Petty theft has always been problematic in Mexico so cure your vulnerability to it and don't have a hissy fit worrying over it.

    If your kids hide on the floor while you drive them to their US school it is perfect for Mexico, Something that looks muy macho is hazardous. Like dragging a 50 dollar lure through a school of barracuda.

  18. "Dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery."

    I'm from Mexico but lived in the US for 11+ years.

    It gave me some great times and beautiful places, but the rigidity of the laws and rules is so over the top that it feels non-organic and couldn't stand it no more.

    I'm back to my organic Mexico and couldn't be happier. In charge of my safety ;).

  19. We have been here for 11 years. Our daughter is our little Mexicana . Inm the begining i didnt like it for many reasons. But after all this time i have grown to like these people

  20. I'm retired and had to pick a country to retire in. I had mexico on my list,but move to thailand to give it a try. The things I look at is owning a home in a beach city and health care. In thailand my rent was $165.00 on a large studio apartment,but I wanted to buy a home not rent. Of course thailand will not let foreigner's own land. Mexico also has these laws stopping for foreigners buying in beach cities. A other thing I looked at was safety. You can pretty much walk around anywhere in thailand and feel safe. The biggest reason "not" picking outside the US to live is health care.
    You need to do your home work on the cost of a health care policy in a country. I get my health care by way of the VA which is free and if I wanted to signup for medicare it would be $135.00 per month. Now when I was in thailand a good heath care policy was around $350.00 per month and had a payout cap of around $60,000. The policy could stop at time they didn't want to renew it for the following year.
    I ended up buying a 3 bedroom,2 1/2 bath,one car garage condo in vegas. Oh,because america is my home country I got a bank loan on it. These are the things along with health care you must consider before you move outside your home country. My father's family is from mexico. So I been there many times taking trip from california. I still feel safer in thailand then mexico. Do your home work and include the cost on what the health care policy covers and doesn't cover and make sure you ask them what the policy cost when you reach the age of 62 yrs.

  21. What it surprises me a lot is that, you guys are so young and came up with this idea of moving out of the country. I really like your videos keep it up, hopefully one day I’ll randomly see you guys on the street.

  22. I don't know about weather manipulation… maybe? I don't know about that capability but I'm not onboard with the anti-vax movement. Vaccines are pretty much very regulated in every country and Mexico is a strong believer in vaccines. There have been pretty horrible diseases in the past like smallpox and tetanus that thank God are very rare now

  23. Just today discovered you. Thank you. I traveled all over Mexico alone in the mid 1980’s; probably would not now . I discovered Play Del Carmen after being disgusted in Cancun, wanting to escape the mega resorts too many Texans, I took a $2 cab ride share with two others from Cancun and found a sleepy town with dirt roads, no mega resorts, almost no tourists. No one gouging. Wandering around on foot I saw a dock that posted a ferry schedule. I thought, how fun- an inexpensive boat ride. It landed on Cozumel, no mega resorts there then either or gouging- I found I could hang on the island all day and ride the ferry back later in the day for very little money. I rented a scooter for super cheap , road everywhere corner to corner around the island. I found a shack on the beach opposite side of island from ferry. No other businesses around and popped in to a hopping place with live music, lots of prawn and seafood dishes – yummy garlicky scampi super inexpensive and great priced Marguerite s . Sad : Too many people on the planet nowadays driving up the prices of everything everywhere.

    I’m headed to Nica to hire help . But I’m planning a permanent move to a country much further South I’ve heavily investigated and would say which, but wish to avoid enticing more North Americans inundating there too. Any chance you two might head South. Love to read your stories.

    A car . My investigation thus far indicates it’s not wise to drive that far and shipping is a problem there in that the government there often doesn’t release the car from the docks forever …pricey . Not like when I moved to OAHU and shipped my car on Matson from Oakland in 1994 for $750 about.

    Your luggage tips!
    I just returned a Travelpro I got for a super price through Kohl’s . A 62” hard sided with spinners, a bit over $100 from the $400 tag .travelPath line airline employees use. I hadn’t used it but got cold feet about keeping it after reading reviews about wheels being broken by airline employees: you kept your spinner safe handling your luggage usually without airline people. And I decided to stick with my soft sided usual choice.

    I decided to buy Kensie based on your ad but it’s sold out at Amazon through your youtube, some at Overstock but in paisleys and flowers – I like your Navy color. Finally found it on another site and looked and looked to just buy the two sizes I want . Unlike you I don’t want to create a job for myself having to OfferUp one of the three. Too bad they only sell three at a time or I’d buy .

    Great travel tips . Thank you . I’ll take a fire stick and another phone – my 7+ is three and a half years old cause I’m moving and the Anker power storage charger you recommend ! Yeah – packing a flat iron. I’ve not completed my pricing research on if it’s wise to ship anything : partial container…I really want my car, I’ll find out more February 2020 exploratory visit .

    Leaving USA in global times of unrest which will exacerbate with continued human population expansion – dwindling resources food and water globally exacerbated unstable historically climate patterns worldwide . Is scary – much more so than decades ago, to me . Plus I’m no longer in my 20’s…. I bareboat Captain sailboats to 40 feet- if not for caring for my Mom I’d sail there…

    My biggest worry is moving without a man – thinking to hire one preferably Spanish speaking but in patriarchal societies even a guy who doesn’t speak Spanish is better than no man. Woman have fought hard in USA for suffrage equal pay not to be beaten to death in marriages or raped at work and be jailed for complaining: all which exists worldwide. Even in the USA we continue to fight to be safe and treated fairly – Jeffrey Epstein, Kavenaugh and Thomas (DeBlasio and Anita Hill horror story in nationally televised court hearings) are actually on the Supreme Court due to men in Congress voting them in who don’t mind misogyny.

    You two are so lucky to have each other and I know it’s more than luck that you resolve differences and stick together to travel, share your lives.
    Send me a private email about my new adventure South . [email protected]
    Aloha, Cornelia
    PS: I long ago de cluttered- best advice.

  24. Hello, Tangerines! I am happy to find your channel. I want to ask about your dogs. What documents do I have to prepare to bring my "baby" there?

  25. My major problem is the fact that I am not allowed to have any income coming from Mexico while I am there… Must come from an outside source… The ability to go out and sell my silly things that bring me trickel money, – here I have to worry about having a licensee to do so, and code enforcement… Unless I am in a city that is mostly Mexican people… The laws are there but not enforced… I'm learning how to fix cell phones, but no matter how good I get at it it will be against the law in Mexico. IS THERE ANY WAY AROUND THIS? I am trying to figure out a way to get something started HERE that sends me money there… Don't trust YouTube… They have too much power… Don't want to do all that work to build a channel that brings a little money only to have them delete it and destroy all my work…

  26. The divided states of America has really gone downhill since a dictator took over along with the greedy rich. I can see where Mexico is a much better place and not an S-hole country like the DSA. You guys are great and so helpful and honest.

  27. Mexico is so Beutiful less stressful than USA I can’t tell you enough USA is so stressful we only here for the work. I love your videos ❤️✌🏻

  28. Mexico 🇲🇽 Is Full Of Drug Gangs and Murderers . The People Of Mexico Are illegally Moving To USA and Canada.

  29. Thanks for your comments, love to know how do you feel my conutry, it really makes me proud, you shuold have know it 20 years ahí, anyway thank you very mucho, traje care.

  30. Thanks for your help with the decision about moving or retiring to Mexico. And I'm in full agreement about the stuff hitting the fan in the US due to the economy and just like the stock market, what goes up must come down, and the stock market is an indication of the overall economy and it's been over inflated for years and years and it's bound to go through another big contraction or downward adjustment or crash… Whatever you want to call it it's the same thing. And I just saw a video on YouTube today about California and I grew up in SoCal and I was so depressed when I saw all of the people living out of big campers and some of them were not in the best condition and the mom of the family that they were interviewing started crying when she was asked what the future holds for them and she was worried that her kids were going to be made fun of when they reached school age. And I could see how that would be a concern. And I thought about all of the freedom that I had growing up because of my parents and they let me live at home while I was working full time and going to university and I was able to do so many things that I took full advantage of knowing how fortunate that I was. Now people are moving home because they lost their job and maybe even their own home. And they brought up that California used to be the sixth largest economy in the world and now it's on the verge of being bankrupt. So in addition to everything you have said, the financial situation is not working properly anymore and I know that you are not from California but I'm sure things are not going very well in the rest of the country.

  31. Guys you 2 have had my fool Attention throughout this vedio Mexico is definitely cheaper and one of the greatest states in the world low key

  32. I really enjoy your videos but I can't help wondering Why the hell the Mexicans are trying to get into America if Mexico is as wonderful as it looks? I just don't understand.

  33. I love the US but everything you said is true! They are turning us into something different! The weather, the food, the pharmaceuticals, etc. ENJOY!

  34. It is false to believe people should do something like wash your car window if one is down and out. Thus those who should help this person didn't. INCLUDES A GOVERNMENT. And drug addicts should be vacationing to heal. Away from drugs. CUDOS FOR MENTIONING WEATHER MANIPULATION.

  35. You're absolutely correct in your citations concerning weather manipulation. Regarding rain, the term "cloud seeding" was used in Flagstaff, Arizona. They said in on KEOS radio and told everyone to plan accordingly. I didn't think much about it then nor did I look at it as being the tip of the ice berg. It is.

  36. Nice video you guys are doing a wonderful thing . I'm 60 years old and live in So. California and will be retiring at age 69 with my wife who will be 62. My concern is I have a Son who has a mental illness and needs a blood draw once a month required for the medication that he needs, I realized he will be living with me for the rest of my life. I'm just hoping we can live near the ocean like Puerto Vallarta (we all are swimmers) to keep active and stay healthy. I just love your videos and the two of you are so cute together and of course informative. Much appreciative ☺️

  37. Yes, I am a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and agree 100% on what you said. I have read the proof as well and want to leave…thanks for sharing!

  38. I spent my teenaged years living in Mexico (Nuevo Laredo). Yeah, I was in a border town and could go to America after a 15 minute walk to the bridge if I wanted which usually I didn't. Also, our family has a home in Acapulco and one on the family ranch in Oaxaca. All different. The ranch is primitive. No running water, waste treatment, and electricity is sporadic. Huts made of sticks. The family raises cattle which they milk and make Oaxaca cheese and sell milk (all not pasteurized). I can tell you this: Mexico is great if you have money. If you don't, then it isn't all that great but it isn't that bad either. As for ultra far-left attitudes, well, Mexico is a male-dominant society. Homosexuality is frowned upon and openly gay people often have trouble with the police as well as residents. So yeah, if you're thinking that living in Mexico is somehow leftist think again. The only leftist policy they have in Mexico is NO GUNS (except cops and criminals). It is virtually impossible to ever become a citizen but you CAN get their equivalent of a green card, provided that you can prove that you have a foreign income that meets their minimum standard. So no, you can't run to Mexico, jump on welfare, get a few state-funded abortions, and eat off of food stamps. You'll be deported if you attempt to get involved in their politics in any way (no marching, no protesting, no campaigning). They can keep you in jail up to 2 years without even charging you, just while they "investigate". Oh yeah, you can bribe your way out of almost anything and they know it. Get a job? Legally? Fat chance. Non-citizens are not legally allowed to work in Mexico, not even at their own business (which will be taxed heavily if you're not a citizen or have a 51% partner who IS). Wait, you CAN manage your own business but you can't WORK unless there is not a Mexican available to do the job. All the things we should be doing HERE, about immigration, they ARE doing in Mexico. Go leftists!

  39. We have decided to retire in Mexico, so we're about to start our own Tangerine travels. (My Mazda is blue, though.) We are comparing San Miguel to Ahihic, and appreciate your insights. If you want to offer comparisons, we're all ears. Thanks for being so open and offering specifics in your Mexican travel. Gong!

  40. New subscriber. I've been bingeing on your videos all day. Love your videos. Really appreciate that you are really telling us how it is in Mexico, and are giving us such GREAT information! Thank you so much!!

  41. Yes mama I'm when with you on the NWO control actions taking place. It's incredible how much real data is widely available on this stuff and people still don't want to believe it. ✌ I'm in the process of planning a move out of the US as well.

  42. You have to ask the question. Is the wall to keep Mexicans out or Americans in? Signs are strong that 2020 is going to be a new depression year and may signal increased migration. Mexico is easy. I'm on Vancouver Island and travel to Mexico every winter and its number one on my retirement prospect. Keep up the good work in educating us all.

  43. Glad that majority of people realizing the value of a simple life. I yearn to get out of the daily madness of the advanced culture. One day perhaps. Thanks for the information, I liked it.

  44. Glad to see you guys are woke …We are screwed here in America & most are to blind to see it. I'm praying for God to provide me a way to make this work out for me. I want to be in Mexico in the next 6 months…I'm a single woman and I'll be moving down alone.Wish me luck.Bless u guys…Much love

  45. Weather manipulation…..mmmmmm? You had me until you posted a video with a heat wave hovering over the US and suggested that this phenomena was gov't controlled. Sorry guys….it's just not possible to manipulate pressure systems and air masses over a land mass this large, at will. On the flip side, awesome travel videos and especially love the Vegas videos. Keep on truckin' ! < 3 !!

  46. Life and culture in mexico is so beautifull , here in the us alot of people are very materialistic they only care about money and they dont even spend time whit their family , this country have a lack of humanity and money make people blind here

  47. I am considering leaving the US and Mexico is at the top of my list, I am retired and have a decent pension and social security. However with the massive debt America faces hyperinflation is not only possible but likely at some point and if that happens the dollar could drop lower than the peso, much lower. What then happens to American retirees that moved to Mexico.

  48. I'm so glad that you mentioned the poison that is in our skies. I'll lay on my hammock in IL and decide to go inside because the skies are blanketed with chemicals. The GMO's are a concern but the bigger concern is how toxic the farms are becoming because of Monsanto. I want to be healthy and natural! And you're right – every person I hang out with here is on their phone! Get me out of here! I think Mexico is calling me! Thanks for your video.

  49. The choice whether or not to leave your home country is a deeply personal one. While I can certainly appreciate the motivation to leave discordant place like the US, a decision I might make for myself one day, I can also understand the motivation to stay in your home country and try (fight) to make it better. Either choice is fine, but no one should be a passive participant in any toxic society or culture. If you decide to remain in the US or wherever you live, become an active citizen. Engage with other like minded citizens to take action aimed at improve life in your country. Ignore those who say, "if you don't like it leave" because that's not the only option. Transformative change can only happen if millions of people from all walks of life join together and start working toward cleaning up government, reforming policies, and pushing for all the changes we need to create a healthier society. People always have to fight for progress, it never just comes.

  50. Love you guys! I subscribed and hit the bell. You guys are not annoying like other travelers on youtube. Don't give up the Mexico secret I have years left in the US then I'm there we don't want more Americans to know how good it is there.

  51. Wow did you just list Mexico one bedroom one bath for $200-$500 LA county here cost $1500- $2000 as an average and sometimes parking is not included in the price … 🔥💵 🔥💵

  52. Totally agree with you guys.
    We are in Phoenix,Az but me and my wife ..thinking to purchase property in San Felipe BC..small town by the Sea of Cortez…

  53. We plan to spend the winter with our 34 ft 5th wheel pulled by a diesel, in Mexico after we retire in a year. We plan to follow the gulf coast around to the Merida area. Do you have any good advice to offer?

  54. I want to plan a move to mexico and want a calmer small town feeling that is affordable for a single lady. I am going to start saving and planning towards this and am wondering what are the good areas for me to focus on and how much money I need to pull this off.

  55. We're definitely making our plans to retire there in the next three years, for all the reasons you listed in this video! Your videos have offered a wealth of information and enjoyment. Travel On!

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