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I would love to flee also. It is not as hard as you think. The big problem is trying to not get caught when your visa is up. That is the issue. But it really depends on what country you are considering.
Very few livable countries are accepting applicants for residency. In fact the country most easy to move to is... the USA.
I know people who went on and on about trying to leave the country when Bush won his second term. Not a one of them were granted a residency visa to ANY of the countries they applied to. Many didn't even bother to apply when they saw the difficulty of applying for residency visas.
It isn't easy to move somewhere else, most countries simply have very difficult residency requirements and are not accepting new residents.
"Not get caught when your visa is up" ???? How do you think other countries handle this kind of thing? Most don't allow you even a trial, you get deported or put in jail.
If people think they can just easily move to an other country, they will be very seriously surprised when they try. It's virtually impossible. UNLESS you can do a job that no one else in that country can do, have a LOT of money or do it illegally. And, Israel, as well as Canada, Sweden, Holland, England and most other countries Americans are likely to want to move to are all very careful and watchful about illegal aliens, more so than the USA, that's for sure.