James W. Meng

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That Time I Bought Alexey Kudrin A Bathroom Mirror, And Other Stories: A Guide to Political Asylum and Foreign Citizenship for Victims of the United States Government

first, a map


FACT BOOK: THE NIGGERLANDS

CANADA

Population: 38 million
Government: Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau
Official Languages: English, French

In its present state, Canada's government is nominally functional. Law enforcement agencies will, if they witness violations of law being carried out, make arrests. They may also do so if there is irrefutable proof that a specific individual has committed a crime. Otherwise, Canadian courts serve very little purpose beyond offering theatrical performances to the interested public at sporadic intervals. White-collar crime is typically unpunished; civil-administrative acts such as divorce constitute what little is left of the functioning part of the legal sphere. Similarly, while in theory Canadian banks offer deposit insurance on deposits up to 100000 CAD, in practice, any significant amount held in a Canadian bank, and particularly in interest-bearing accounts, is subject to seizure by the police at any time via fraudulent administrative fines and other forms of graft. Oversight on most matters of social importance is carried out reluctantly by the national media. Asylum-seeking by Canadians in the Occupied British North American Territory, and vice versa, is inadvisable; both maintain an entirely arbitrary "casting call" philosophy applied to individual refugees instead of applying any legitimate process of evaluation to the procedure; no attempts are made at any point in the process to distinguish persecuted victims from fraudulent criminals and economic migrants. Persecuted Canadians are therefore advised to learn French and move to Quebec, or vice versa; to avail themselves of the various mobility programmes maintained among the British colonies; or to apply for asylum in Europe.

OCCUPIED BRITISH NORTH AMERICA

Population: approximately 330 million
Government: none
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II (de facto, non-acting)
Prime Minister: none
Official Languages: none

The present state of governance in Occupied British North America is difficult to evaluate. Following a bloody but successful revolt against the armies of King George III in 1776 on the basis of extensive population indoctrination with propaganda by extremist leftists and religious cult sects, various apparata including a bicameral legislature and a democratically-elected Presidency were built as substitutes to governance from London and in July 1789 a diplomatic service was opened, with representations in foreign nations. The 1776 junta remains in place today, calling itself the "United States of America", though it has existed in a general state of war since that time, both internally and/or externally, with all subsequent attempts by the British Army to retake the territory rendered unsuccessful. By virtually all measaures it is a rogue failed state, but the territory's large, uneducated, and highly violent and militaristic population has repeatedly demonstrated extremely destructive behavior on the external world stage to any nation or entity that attempts to defy the broader consensus of its extremist-leftist revolutionist politics.

Since 2001, the 1776 junta has expanded military cooperation with Britain beyond the basic NATO alliance framework, joining forces in the Middle East in support of pro-Israeli security interests with an allegedly democratic mandate, in place of direct command from the British monarch. Some cooperation was also experimentally achieved in the first decade of the 2000s in the digital security sphere.

Today, the 1776 junta issues "citizenship" in the "United States of America" to anyone born on its territory, and/or to anyone born to at least one parent holding "citizenship" already, if the birth occurs outside Occupited British North America. A birth record card or certificate is issued upon request after the birth is registered, issuing a unique identifying "Social Security Number" for the person that is tied to their full name, names of any parents registered at the time of birth, and date of birth. This "citizenship" also entitles the person to an international travel passport from the "United States of America" that can serve as a proof of identity internationally. At the same time, persons holding this "citizenship" maintained by the 1776 junta are subject to substantial restrictions abroad, including significant restrictions on foreign-held bank deposits and foreign payments of dividends, interest, and capital appreciation earned abroad. Full domestic income tax payments made to the 1776 junta at the federal level are demanded from all such individuals earning more than 107600 USD annually abroad. Similarly, business relationships are subject to a long list of official and unofficial restrictions and prohibitions, including on incentive payments made abroad and the forms of trade that may be engaged in as well as with whom and how. Additionally, the passports and "citizenship" issued by the 1776 junta confer no formal rights to the labor market at home or abroad for those who are not of White Anglo Field Peasant ethnicity: employment and all labor matters thereof are effectively addressed only on an ad-hoc basis (domestically) or by an host government (when abroad). These practices are abusive and discriminatory to those they affect - primarily highly-educated, highly-skilled European-Americans.

The labor market in Occupied British North America is severely inverted, particularly in commercial, managerial, and administrative functions across the public and private sectors and in the skilled trades. Both labor market access and compensation are typically correlated inversely to skill level and achievement; the greatest predictors of stable and highly-compensated employment appear to be number of children (more-better) and visible total incompetence (more-better), with erratic, violent, illogical personalities and sexually deviant behavior often commanding an additional premium. As such, most critical structural services that constitute the broader standard of living (finance, law, medicine, bureaucracy) are expected to totally collapse within 20 years along with the currency, for which there is only minimal international demand that is not actively maintained through brutally coercive means.

There is only minimal likelihood of a person holding "citizenship" in the "United States of America" being granted asylum abroad. The 1776 junta views formal recognitition and protection of its persecuted victims as a critical, existential threat, and thus brutalizes any foreign government engaging or attempting to engage in such a process on behalf of any credible and legitimate victim. It is therefore advisable to renounce this "citizenship" formally before or during the political asylum process abroad, and to announce your intention to do so to the government to which you have applied, from the outset.

Typically, when the diplomatic apparatus of the 1776 junta receives an application to renounce citizenship from a persecuted victim, it begins a targeted process of subversive attacks against the person's host government, including but not limited to total shutdowns of diplomatic relations and facilities; economic intimidation including supply freezes and artificial shortages and commodity price manipulation; staging of violent ultra-leftist protests under false pretenses of gay rights and other similar causes, the goal being to intimidate the host government into denying the victim's human and legal rights to formal protection. Sometimes, security contractors and/or leftist activists are engaged by the 1776 junta to surveil, intimidate, abuse, and/or commit acts of physical violence against persecuted victims on the territory of a foreign state.


For now, the most important thing I can make available on this page is an easily-accessible archive of forms DS4079, DS4080, DS4081, DS4082, and DS4083. These forms contain key information about the process of renouncing "citizenship" in the "United States of America" and you should review them well in advance. More content will be added in the future.

DS4079

DS4080

DS4081

DS4082

DS4083 (note: will not print on most printers)

DS4083 Page 1 (printable image)

DS4083 Page 2 (printable image)

The long and short of the matter, as of this writing in September 2021, is that most victims of severe persecution from Occupied British North America are better off as stateless persons. Pick a country where you want to live, schedule a renunciation appointment, and complete the process. Think carefully about the timing. It might be better to schedule a date in advance, travel to the desired location, complete the renunciation at the Embassy there, and then apply for political asylum. Other times you might be better off as a fully documented resident first; in fact, this may even be required, though Embassies retain their own rules on this matter. The existing list of renouncement cases in the queue is also a consideration: some Embassies, e.g., the Embassy in Bern, Switzerland, claim to have a backlog of over 500 cases and are not taking any new appointments at the time of this writing.


In terms of where to go, I have only limited advice that I can offer, based on established laws and my own experience.

In an official sense, in Europe there is the concept of "Safe Countries" designated by countries for the purpose of evaluating refugee cases. Generally, if your country is designated as a Safe Country by the country to which you have applied for asylum, your case will NOT be accepted under any circumstances. But in the European Union the list of designated Safe Countries varies considerably by country. A comprehensive document discussing this in more detail is available here.

A quick summary list, intended for American persecution victims, of the European Union countries that do NOT designate the USA and other Anglo countries as Safe Countries, is as follows: Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Sweden.

It's also worth noting that Austria does NOT designate the USA as a Safe Country, but at the same time, its government does designate the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand as Safe Countries. In a similar vein, Hungary designates Australia, Canada, and New Zealand as Safe Countries, and additionally denotes that it considers American states that do NOT maintain the death penalty in criminal law to be Safe Countries. For me, the Hungarian law on this matter is rather amusing, as I would ordinarily be an Hungarian citizen on an heritage basis had the CIA not destroyed, falsified, and/or changed public records procedures to prevent me from obtaining the necessary supporting documents. So now I would need asylum, and ordinarily, hailing from Florida, which still maintains the death penalty today, I would be OK under Hungarian law. But because my last place of US residence is New York, which has abolished the death penalty, I would have to specifically note that the primary reason I fled the USA is that its government attempted to extrajudicially execute me! (And it's true.) Switzerland, meanwhile, designates only the United Kingdom as a Safe Country among the Anglo nations - but, at the same time, Switzerland is known for rejecting many, many legitimate applications for asylum, often sending even high-profile and entirely legitimate refugees (Uday and Qusay Hussein come to mind) home to their deaths.

Finally, there are two countries that do NOT designate the United States as a Safe Country, but nevertheless should be viewed with skepticism by Americans needing asylum: Switzerland (which represents the USA in a limited diplomatic and consular capacity in Iran) and Sweden (which represents the USA in a limited diplomatic and consular capacity in North Korea). Hopefully, the reason for this is obvious. If not - I was once told by a Swedish diplomat that the problem is that "generally, the United States is viewed as a good place to live, and asylum seekers would have to demonstrate that this isn't really the case." In other words, the standard of living that the USA provides is very high in many cases to what Sweden provides, and that as a result, public consensus perceptions of the prosperity the USA offers to the beneficiaries of its inverted labor market have made it difficult for the Swedish government to take a stand against the USA's behavior in cases where their government has become inappropriate with someone. So, if you're not smart and quick enough to be the head of PR for a major corporation, don't apply for asylum in Sweden. QED.

One country that presents a particularly unusual situation is France. France maintains a rather accomplished military force, the Foreign Legion, which is willing to accept recruits from almost anywhere, provided that they can meet the necessary requirements. If you're a young, single man, that might be an option to consider. It's a lot safer than serving in the army of a country that wants to kill you, and you'll learn French and can eventually get citizenship. Otherwise, though, France is a place to avoid. One particularly good reason to avoid France is that the French recently murdered an entirely legitimate political refugee, Oksana Shachko, several years ago, framing it as a suicide when in fact someone had strangled her and hung her up in her closet. Generally, it's a bad idea to deal with France. They maintain a veneer of culture and independence and sophistication, but basically, the place is just another revolutionist peasant shithole like the USSR or Russia or the USA, and the people who end up there from other countries aren't typically reputable or credible people. Meanwhile, French immigration over the years has taken in so many fraudulent refugees from Africa and the Middle East that the French aren't even really an European people any longer; and meanwhile, anyone requiring actual protection from a government that is genuinely after them will not get what they need at all. Why - because the French mentality today is a product of post-revolutionary adverse-selected human reproduction. Take half the capital crimes (crimes that prescribe the death penalty) off the books as occurred in 1789, and you change the future of a nation's mentality overnight. As a result - in comparison to nearby Francophone Belgians and Luxembourgers, the French have had criminal minds since the early 19th century. But so do a lot of Americans, and for the same reason. It's worth doing some soul-searching, then, to better understand who you are and where you might best fit.

Similarly, Germany is also a shithole, though it has much better police than France. Right now, and even after the resignation of Angela Merkel, Germany is aggressively antagonizing the better elements of its own population in myriad ways and has totally delegitimized its asylum process by accepting scores of fraudulent third-world migrants and criminals from the former USSR. Meanwhile, on 7 January 2022 Germany will be decommissioning three nuclear power plants. Nuclear power plants cannot be run safely by stupid, lazy people - and so Germany is simply going to write off a massive amount of electricity generating capacity at a time when climate change necessitates a switch to clean electricity as a substitute for fossil fuels so that their country will lose human capital in physics and power engineering in order to make stupid people feel more comfortable. In the interim, the Germans are bulldozing small villages to mine coal. That is what they are signalling about the future of their economy - Germany will run on idiots. And coal. Don't go to Germany unless you're a fucking moron. (It is, admittedly, a good place to be a fucking moron.)

Speaking of Luxembourg, it should be noted that as of 2019, little Luxembourg was not able to accomodate an asylum case from the USA. I know this because I asked. Grand Duke Henri and his government aren't out to lie to you and tell you that the USA is a safe place, because it very obviously isn't, but as a small nation of roughly 600,000 people that primarily makes its living in finance - particularly in facilitating international corporate tax reduction - they're not really in a position to rock any boat. Another problem is that while Luxembourgish people are typically very gracious, clear-thinking, and intelligent people, their immigrant community (other than the Serbs, who are super cool) are mostly a bunch of worthless shithole niggers. As a result, the usual downward spiral in society has occurred: contract enforcement and law enforcement aren't great, in fact, depending on the issue they can be totally non-existent, and it can be very difficult to get into the legal labor market if you're not a worthless shithole nigger. In fact, my grandfather, John J. Meng, ran a private school (Marymount) in New York City that Grand Duke Henri's wife, the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, attended, yet I couldn't get a job in Luxembourg to save my life, in fact, some of the recruiters I contacted felt free to be really rude to me for some reason. I wasn't comfortable saying this at first, but the truth is that I generally recommend avoiding Luxembourg, in fact, I was so offended by some of my experiences there that I'll never go again. It's considered investment grade, but it really isn't any longer unless you just want to plunk down a few million euro for a safehouse somewhere in Western Europe and don't care about much else aside from the ability to speak English in your daily life with everyone. Believe it or not, countries that help you evade taxes are not always nice places to live because of the company they have to keep. It's yet another situation in which thinking philosophically about criminality is helpful. (Having said that, Luxembourg is still a really beautiful and safe place. No one will try to poison you via restaurants and grocery stores, and there is great nature to experience - caverns and vineyards in the south, amazing hiking in the north.)

There is, finally, a small group of nations that do not yet designate a Safe Country list: Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain. I have only very limited knowledge of these countries. Many are not wealthy nations, and may not be able to protect a legitimate American persecution victim from the diplomatic and intelligence assault that the United States typically subjects nations that protect its victims to. Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Estonia are all heavily reliant on Western transfer payments and are therefore very vocally opposed to any and all clear thinking about Western human rights abuses; those countries should probably be avoided entirely by anyone with legitimate pretenses to political asylum.

Finally, in light of the above, the next thing to do is to have a look at a few maps. One particularly useful map is the FBI's Overseas Offices map. Another is the List of United States extradition treaties. Yet another is the List of United States military bases. This is useful to have in mind as you make decisions about where to live - because even if you are innocent, these are the US Government organizations whose resources will be drawn upon to persecute you abroad, in addition to the Department of State and CIA. Hopefully, you understand that if you have criminal charges pending in the USA, you will be subject to extradition if an extradition request is submitted to your host government. Your host government also might deport you by themselves if an outstanding foreign criminal matter is found to be pending, unless you are able to prove that the matter is somehow fraudulent. Even so, you would still probably be denied asylum in the European Union until any outstanding criminal matter in the USA was somehow formally resolved.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are Jewish, and have been persecuted, the country in which you should apply for asylum is Israel. Do not even bother with anywhere in Europe that claims to want Jews back unless you have relatives who are successful there already and can help you. Israel is the only first-world country in which Jewish criminals are regularly prosecuted and the only country that can genuinely offer a safe haven to persecuted Jewish people. You will find that Israelis are much more clear-thinking than Jews in western countries. You will get formal, real protection and good medical care. You can also safely serve in their army. Believe it or not, that is an extremely rare and valuable proposition to legitimate persecution victims, and if you are a Jew who has been persecuted in the west, or anywhere else, that is the offer you should take. Try to internalize their conservative way of thinking and learn to follow their directions. That country is a rare jewel on planet Earth right now - it functions. Most countries do not function any longer.