Where is it safe in case of WW3 – Bunker or Vanuatu?

Where is it safe in case of WW3 – Bunker or Vanuatu?

It is therefore important to note that the “safest country” question in the event of nuclear war is not really a meaningful question. Rather, it is important to do everything in our power to prevent such a war. This requires extensive international cooperation and diplomacy, as well as the elimination of tensions and conflicts between countries. But it certainly doesn’t hurt to be careful and instead of building a bunker and spending the rest of your life underground, there are obviously other options.

Bunker or Freedom and Security in Vanuatu?

In the individual forums one reads countries such as Thailand, Mexico, Africa and isolated islands, whereby it should be borne in mind that catastrophic effects after such a nuclear war on the areas still available would also have to be expected. We will go into more detail about the individual countries, but first our assessment of Thailand and Vanuatu. Since there is no possibility to buy a second citizenship in Thailand, we now report on Vanuatu.

Thailand fans could argue that you can get a residency permit, but as we all know, the government is always changing their policies and laws according to their whims. Even at the time of the pandemic, the foreigner could not go to Thailand with a VIP Residence Card that he had bought with a lot of money, although he had lived and built a house there for more than 20 years. We don’t want to imagine what would happen in such a case of nuclear war, or global war in general.


Vanuatu the best place in case of the WWW3 War

In addition, various international media have described the people of Vanuatu as the happiest people in the world and the archipelago itself as the last paradise on earth.
So why not live in paradise when most of the world is on fire? Why bunker when there is another way?
Add to that citizenship and the cost of living for at least
5 years, are far cheaper and more beautiful than a bunker.

Vanuatu, a South Pacific Island nation, is far from China and therefore unlikely to be directly affected by radioactive clouds. It’s in the middle of the Pacific and flying hours away from every continent. Even the countless types of fish around the entire archipelago would not even notice that something bad had happened.

The impact of nuclear war on the world economy and on global trade, including trade with Vanuatu, could be significant. Obtaining important goods such as medicines, machines and raw materials could become more difficult.

However, it is also important to note that Vanuatu has a relatively independent economy based on self-sufficiency and subsistence farming. The people of Vanuatu have a long tradition of working together and living in community, which could help them survive in a crisis situation.

When you live in a country like Vanuatu that has little to no wars, there is no need to build a bunker. The chances of being affected by a war are extremely low as Vanuatu has never been involved in a war.

Vanuatu also offers natural beauty and a laid-back lifestyle that appeal to many people. It is a place where one can live in a peaceful and friendly community without having to worry about threats of war.

One can also benefit from reduced exposure to pollution and other negative effects of war. Because Vanuatu is a small country with a low population density, there is less industry and traffic, which contributes to a cleaner and healthier environment.

Vanuatu is a tropical Pacific Island nation that produces a variety of fruits. Here are some examples:

– Coconuts are widespread in Vanuatu and are used in many different forms and preparations, including coconut milk, coconut oil and coconut meat.

– Papayas are another common fruit in Vanuatu. They are rich in vitamin C and have a sweet taste.

– Mangoes are also very popular in Vanuatu and are often eaten fresh or used in desserts or sauces.

– Pineapples are widespread in Vanuatu and are used both as a fruit and as an ingredient in many different dishes.

– Bananas are one of the most common fruits in Vanuatu and are often used in various dishes and snacks.

– Oranges, grapefruits and limes are also common in Vanuatu and are often freshly squeezed or used in sauces and desserts.

– In addition, there are also many other tropical fruits that grow in Vanuatu, such as guavas, star fruit, jackfruit and papayas.

best seafood and fruits in Vanuatu

Vanuatu also has other key foods that are locally grown and contain important nutrients such as iron, calcium and vitamin D. Here are some examples:

Vegetables: A variety of vegetables are grown in Vanuatu, including taro, yams, sweet potatoes, squash, beans, peppers and eggplant. These vegetables contain important nutrients such as iron, calcium, vitamin D as well as vitamin C and other antioxidants.

Fruit: In addition to the tropical fruits already mentioned, Vanuatu also has fruits such as avocado, guava and passion fruit that are rich in vitamin C, calcium and iron.

Nuts and Seeds: Coconuts are common in Vanuatu and provide a variety of nutrients, including iron, calcium and vitamin D. Other nuts and seeds such as cashews and sesame seeds are also good sources of these nutrients.

Seafood: Tuna is common in Vanuatu and is an important source of protein, which also contains iron. Other seafood, such as mussels and crabs, also contain important nutrients. Typically, Pacific tuna is considered one of the best as it is high in omega-3 fatty acids and protein.

A nutritionist would probably say, given such opportunities, that eating healthier is next to impossible.

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