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Old 03-04-2014, 01:05 AM   #122
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Argentina seems to be the least restrictive for homeschooling even compared to America. They should go there. They might even meet some families of German descent. Oops! Not as good economically though.

Or Ireland where the right to home education is guaranteed by the Constitution of Ireland. If these guys are Protestants then Ireland is out of the question.

Cripes the list of countries where it's illegal or legal but restricted is astounding. Mostly the socialist and commies countries and/or former. Ya' know places where they like to control what people think extensively. Cosmos' kind of countries.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homesch...and_statistics


But if they going to be deported--then how can they avoid Germany. They'll have to escape our budding police-state under the cover of dark like the Von Trapp family when the Germans were taking over Austria.
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