Watch: Is it Time to Leave the Country? Interview with Robert Kiyosaki (

People have been leaving big cities for safer areas, but is it time they leave the US? Watch this interview as Andrew discusses going where you're treated best, getting a second passport, and more with Robert and Kim Kiyosaki from The Rich Dad Radio Show.

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Interesting interview. Americans talking about their country being maybe not the best place to live, even if US has been called for a long time "the greatest country in the world". Truly freedom, liberties and modern democracy had been a trade mark in US too. However, global and internal sociopolitical changes are changing the landscape. English is a global language, Internet and 4th IR techs are transforming work practices, where to invest resources and to live. What can we say? "The grass at the other side of the fence always seem greener". If you are American, tell us what you think.