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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    I like Canada. It's big and sparcely populated. Get rid of all the non-Nords and it would be paradise.
    If we are talking about at any time in the past, as in 60 to 100 years ago or more, I would probably say the coast of Mecklenburg, Pomerania, West or East Prussia. Today though, about half of those areas are in present day Poloand and the rest are overpopulated relative to the other places I am goeing to mention, as well as not being quite secluded enough from the horrors of modern day Jewish dominated liveing. There might still be some secluded parts of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern which would be desirable, but as far as a place to live well into the 21st century I think I will say the coasts of British Columbia, the Yukon Territories or Alaska.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lena_rus
    Edinburgh and Isle of Skye - Scotland.
    I'm living in one of those and visited the other. The latter is a nice gettaway from civilization. Edinburgh is fairly scenic and fairly green for a city; but it has more than it's fair share of morons. Morons are indigenous to all cities it seems.

    So I would like to remain put so long as the people improve. Failing that, somewhere north of the artic circle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki
    You've got to be kidding. I wouldn't live there if you paid me.
    I'm afraid not. I'm sick and tired of snow and cold, and there's always parties going on in Ibiza, best DJs and so on...

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    The Bahamas.

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    I've lived in a couple of central american countries, grew up part of my life on the caribbean, but I'd have to say I'd rather live right here in the old bluegrass state(kentucky for all you europeans 3: )than anywhere else , 'tis far from perfect but it's my native soil, blut und boden and all that, I love country livin' anyhow :laugh: I've always wanted to visit England, maybe Ireland and Germany, all lands whence came my forebears many moons ago.

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    I don't really get this desire to live in big cities some of you have. Whats so great about cities? They attract the worst type of people, and all types of lowlifes can hide in the masses there. I prefer the region I live in now to be sure. Rural Norway along the Fjords and mountains and forests, everything a human being can ever wish for. You keep your concrete cities, and I'll stick to my woods.

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    But lets face it. It is nice here on these northen degrees everywhere and Norways fjords are just breathtaking, but it is just too bloody cold everywhere. And too much snow. I would prefer personally New Zeeland, north island (warmer there). However summers are very nice here.

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    Indeed, I think I'll go to Estland again this summer, it was such a nice nation

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    I'd say Jämtland or Dalarna in the North of Sweden.

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    I would prefer to live somewhere where Winters were colder, it snowed in Winter and there was more of a noticeable difference in the seasons. Australian Summer is too hot for me - my ancestors lived and evolved in the colder climate of Northern Europe, so I would prefer to live anywhere that had a similar climate.

    If there were job opportunities I would prefer to live in a smaller town or village, where there would be more a sense of 'community' and belonging.

    So perhaps my ideal place to live in the 21st Century would be Svalbard, a territory administered by Norway. Perhaps the only 100% white place left on Earth. According to Wikipedia, Svalbard has a population of approximately 2,800 people. 60% of the people are Norwegian; 40% are Russian and Ukrainian :.
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