I’ve been thinking a lot lately about why I continue to live in the United States. The effort and cost of moving to another country would surely be substantial, but it is relatively minor compared to the decision of where you want to spend the rest of your life. Many of the American bourgeois (as well as most Europeans) list “traveling” as one of their favorite hobbies yet very few ever leave their own country for more than a few weeks every year.
The main source of immigration in the modern era is decidedly from poorer third-world countries to White first-world countries. It is primarily for economic reasons. Whether the Muslims in Europe or Latinos in America, most immigrants express outright hatred of their host country’s culture. They often continue to practice their culture as though they had never left their home country and sometimes, they outright subvert the culture that they are invading.
Unfortunately, culture of America has very little influence over me wanting to remain in the United States. In fact, there is none. America was once an outpost of Europe. What was once a dynamic mix of British and Teutonic culture has been eroded over the past century to complete cultural nihilism.
Despite all of this, I still feel a deep kinship with the land itself. While the industrial revolution destroyed much of the land in the populated areas of Europe and elsewhere, much of America has been untouched due to the sheer amount of area it covers. In many aspects, it is still very much a virgin land. I feel privileged to have grow up in an area where you could leave your backyard and walk for miles in forests untouched by modern development. I still take every opportunity I can afford to experience these lands.