So I bought Tinder Plus and after having swiped a thousand times I am still not getting any matches when swiping in Colombia. I got one match who is less attractive than any woman in my extended family, and she promptly unmatched me. So it appears I am internationally ugly.
A couple of mitigating factors: 1) Using Tinder location change seems to lower the number of matches you get in my experience, 2) If they want an American passport holder then my Americanness will be more perceptible to them in person than in pictures since I am not white.
But getting Colombian women is still a hell of a struggle. It just may be a little easier and realistic than impossible America. And takes less of a toll on one's self esteem since young women don't act like rude bitches for no reason. But it's still hard.
The best and most realistic way for me to get a girlfriend is to follow through with my original plan of becoming a cult leader. I can think of two instances in my life when 10/10 girls approached me and had extended conversations with me. They were both at Bahai gatherings, and the reason they were speaking to me is probably because they saw me and thought I was a cult leader.
Lately I have been advancing as a religious leader. My gathering broke a record last time in attendance, and won the attention of an intelligent and knowledgeable member of the community who had previously gone inactive, and he wants to help organize it. No young women yet, but I have a feeling they will start coming. I will continue to try other routes, but in my opinion this is the most realistic way for me to get a girlfriend.
I think moving them away from globohomo/liberalism would be a later step, and it would be an easy step once the earlier steps are complete. The hard part will be the earlier step of getting them to go against their leadership. Bahais pretty much unanimously believe their leadership is infallible. But these days there is some variation in how they define "infallible", with some believing the leadership is the "mouthpiece of God" as one Bahai last week put his views, and others like my father having a much more limited view of infallibility, considering it acceptable to attack anything decreed by the leadership but not the leadership itself. So when I organize my movement, I am looking for people with the latter view. Because people with my views are too rare. Then I will have to be sneaky to some degree and attack the ideas of the leadership and support others in doing the same, while hiding my real views about the leadership. This is the tricky part.