...access to a Comoros passport grants access to 58 countries visa-free or visa-on-arrival."
Where is Comoros?
Comoros, a tiny, fragrant, post-colonial island nation off the east coast of continental Africa is famous for being the world’s top producer of ylang-ylang and the world’s second-largest producer of vanilla (Madagascar is the world’s largest). Apart from being one of the world’s largest producers of cloves, vanilla and ylang-ylang, used in top perfumeries, Comoros is also known for the world’s most affordable citizenship-by-investment program.
Three of Comoros’ major islands gained independence from France, its former colonial ruler in 1975. Mayotte, the fourth major island continues as French territory. With ties to Islam dating back to the 7th century, Comoros is majority Sunni Muslim and its official languages are French, Comorian and Arabic. Comoros has an abundance of natural wonders and white beaches unspoilt by comparatively few tourists visiting each year.
Promising easy passage across international borders, fake documents allow thousands of people to change their identity..."
Imagine being at the government’s mercy - a government preventing travel if taxes are unpaid, as is the practice in the United States. Conflict-torn nations compelling their citizens to bear arms. Compulsory military service continues as an obligation of citizenship in Israel and South Korea and responding to the threat of Russia’s military, Lithuania reinstated conscription in 2016 with Sweden doing the same in 2017. Apart from military service, an indebted government, like the crisis in Venezuela may abuse economics, causing hyperinflation, driving down national savings. Authoritarian governments, such as Saudi Arabia are trampling on individual women’s freedoms and many try to escape.