Feeling Guilty About Leaving?


When the Titanic was sinking that dark cold night in April 1912, those few survivors climbing into the scarce lifeboats were not feeling guilty about fleeing the doomed ship. The Titanic was sinking, and there was nothing they could do about it. 

If you are reading this, you are one of the fortunate. Many others refuse to face the facts: the United States, as well as the U.K. and other Western nations, long thought to be "too great to fail," are sinking ships. Those in denial, will go down with the ship. Those who can, despite the cognitive dissonance they experience, see The Writing on the Wall, and take appropriate actions, will survive the coming collapse. Those who can't and don't, will ... well, what happens to them is yet to be seen. 

Titanic Survivors

At the very least, one should be making plans, considering options, providing future safeguards, for both themselves and their loved ones. 

You may just want to flee the hectic life - the consumerism, crime, the hum-drum existence, and find a better life in an exotic locale, to start your life over.  A new, fresh and exciting life.

That is where FleeAmeica can be of help to you. We provide the information you need to make your plans, choose the location best for you and make your move.  

Remember Lot and his wife. They were told, "... escape to for thy life; look not behind [an Aramaic idiom meanng: have no regrets] flee to the mountain, lest thou be consumed." It was the wife who looked back, i.e. had regrets, and turned into a pillar of salt, a symbol of lifelessness, death.

Lot Fleeing

Lesson? Flee and don't look back.