>I have friends who have moved to Europe
Yes schengen laws, but their case was especially interesting on what's actually possible, they had no income either.
>(Western) European women are not going to marry you unless you make six figures, at which point marriage is a non-issue.
That's bullshit, but of course women do prefer money or looks, or both. Anyway the usual rules to courting apply anywhere. Both men and women are pretty lonely these days anyway I'd say, women just express it differently by either becoming shutins like men or hypersocialized dead-inside sluts(which is the thing most people criticize)
Listen, I'm not saying its easy all I'm saying is that if there's a will there's a way, depending on where you go you'll have to work extra hard, again, depending on the country and what you do for a living, more international workplaces like finance, shipping, IT etc won't have too big of issues. The language barrier however in countries with small expat communities may be tough for job prospects and depending on where you'll have to work overtime on just getting a job these days with kike-rona especially. Europe has a bunch of "weird" but interesting cultures and cliques that set each country and the people that live there apart.
>I don't know where you get this optimistic idea that 1st worlders are allowed to change their nation they belong to without providing six figures or more worth of income to be taxed.
Where? Which country? I don't know where you get this idea from, the six figure rule is some American shit, additionally if a person gets their feet in the euro zone(just 1 country) or a job or a girlfriend to then get a job their prospects will be much easier.
>All of this is just entertainment for me since I don't have to be involved in any of it.
So you're not exactly arguing in good faith then and yeah moving to another country is definitely a faith thing.
>I'm just pointing out that even before expatriation fees and all the other bullshit the IRS will try to force on you if/when you leave, it is virtually impossible to get out unless you're willing to sacrifice your livelihood for the next 10-20 or more years to make it happen so it's not a decision that should be discussed lightly like some kind of "oh yeah, I'm just gonna leave my home country and live somewhere else lol" style remark.
LOL America has expatriation fees? Hahahaha
I've read that your embassies even send you veiled threat letters when Americans actually do escape, "Are you sure you really want to renounce your citizenship bro, you won't get it back" etc
I really get that Cowboys want to escape America with the impending bidet doom clown shit going on over there but IMO just stay put, if an American and comes to Europe i don't mind might be hard to find friends and network, most euros "don't like" Americans, on the same note I like the American "outgoing" and "revolutionary" attitude towards life and living better than I do the European in real life, I've always gotten along with them great. And I find that quite ironic. Just read what American expats who live in Europe say, like it's tough depending.