The Exodus Of People Moving Away From California Is Becoming An Avalanche

The Exodus Of People Moving Away From California Is Becoming An Avalanche

There’s a pretty good rule that applies to the effect socialism has on a society – namely, that the more government you impose on people, the fewer people you’ll have to impose it on.

That’s one reason why the East Germans and Soviet Union had to put up the Berlin Wall and it’s why people end up sneaking out of Cuba and North Korea. It also explains the frighteningly-low birth rates in post-modern, post-Christian Western Europe.

And it also explains, to a large extent, why America’s socialist paradise of California is hemorrhaging population.

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From End of the American Dream:

Over the past ten years, approximately five million people have moved away from the state of California, and as you will see in this article this mass exodus appears to be accelerating.  So exactly why is this happening?  Once upon a time, it seemed like almost everyone wanted to live in California.  The nearly endless sunshine, the incredible weather, the pristine beaches and a booming economy motivated millions of young Americans to move out there to pursue “the California Dream”.  In fact, in the early nineties I actually explored the idea of moving out there myself.  But now the California Dream has become a nightmare.  Californians are being taxed to death, traffic in the major cities is absolutely horrific, violent crime and gang activity are on the rise, millions of illegal immigrants are putting an incredible strain on social support systems, and the ultra-liberal government in Sacramento seems to have gone completely insane.  In addition, the state faces constant threats from earthquakes, wildfires, droughts and mudslides, so it is quite understandable why so many people feel motivated to leave and never come back.

The unfortunate thing about all the Californians departing for places like Texas, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and Idaho is they tend to bring their politics with them and in doing so, export the terrible policies which made California so unlivable.

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